bibliomania is, of all species of insanity, the most rational and praise-worthy.
Duplicates, first buying of, 16—most virulent form of bibliomania, 173.
The possession of a private printing-press is, no doubt, a very appalling type of bibliomania.
This discovery may be considered, in some measure, as the result of the bibliomania.
He is introduced under the name of Prospero in Dibdin's bibliomania.
See the note p. 11, in the first edition of the bibliomania.
In the first place, the disease of the bibliomania is materially softened, or rendered mild, by directing ourB.
Of his attachment to the bibliomania there are innumerable proofs.
And thus I close the account of my recipes for the cure of the bibliomania.
Yet there are other departments of the bibliomania which may be successfully discussed.