coll., London, was a contributor to the Penny Magazine and compiled or ed.
From a broadside in Mr. Hailstone's coll., collated with one penes me.
coll., was issued by the College, in three handsomely-printed quarto volumes, in 1860-62.
Had only my rucksack, left rest of my stuff at coll., to be forwarded later.
coll., London, became a barrister of the Inner Temple, but soon relinquished law for literature.
coll., a restless, busy person, and one afterwards as much noted for his infamy as any of the former for their learning or place.
coll., Dublin, where he had thought very little of his studies, and a good deal of his horses and dogs.
Taylors ostensible reasons for so doing as given by himself (Bixby coll., 182) were these: 1.
Collector's original number, in Grinnell coll.; rest of numbers, Mus.
coll.: I, 468-470 , as a work inaccessible to most readers at that time because of its extreme rarity.