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Zameo: a melo dama, in two acts / by Medora Gordon Byron. The only ediiton correctly marked, by permission, from the prompter's book; to which is added, a description of the costume [etc.] 
Year: 1840 
Call No: Writers' Sequence BYR 
Zapolya: A Christmas Tale, In Two Parts: The Prelude Entitled "The Usurperís Fortune;" and the Sequel Entitled "The Usurper's Fate." By S. T. Coleridge, Esq. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1817 
Call No: Writers' Sequence COL 
Zayde, histoire Espagnole. Par Mme. de La Fayette. 
Year: 1780 
Call No: Writers' Sequence LAF 
Zeal and experience: a tale. In Two Volumes. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1819 
Call No: Writers' Sequence BUS 
Zelie in the desert: or, the female Crusoe. Translated from the French. 
Edition: 1st English ed. 
Year: 1789 
Call No: Writers' Sequence DAU 
Zélie, Reine Des Braves, Ou Le Génie Du Bien, Conte Moral Et Politique, Suivi De Quelques Poésies; Par Madame La Comtesse Montpezat De Redern 
Year: 1819 
Call No: Writers' Sequence RED 
Zeluca; Or, Educated and Uneducated Woman. A Novel. In Three Volumes. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1815 
Call No: Writers' Sequence ANON/ZEL 
Zeluco. Various views of human nature, taken from life and manners, foreign and domestic. In two volumes. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1789 
Call No: Writers' Sequence MOO 
Zenobia, Queen Of Palmyra; A Narrative Founded On History. In Two Volumes. By The Author Of Patriarchal Times. 
Edition: 1st ed. 
Year: 1814 
Call No: Writers' Sequence OKE 
Zingis: A Tartarian History. Written In Spanish, and Translated into English. By J. M. Humbly Dedicated to the Earl of Dalkeith, Apparent Duke of Bucclugh. 
Edition: 1st English ed. 
Year: 1692 
Call No: [B.37] 
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