|Part I.||The Evening Walk. On the right uses of Literature||p. 3-20.|
|II.||The Cabinet. Outline of Foreign and Domestic Bibliography||p. 23-92.|
|III.||The Auction-Room. Character of Orlando. Of ancient Prices of Books, and of Book-Binding. Book-Auction Bibliomaniacs||p. 103-139.|
|IV.||The Library. Dr. Henry's History of Great Britain. A Game at Chess. Of Monachism and Chivalry. Dinner at Lorenzo's. Some Account of Book Collectors in England||p. 143-207.|
|V.||The Drawing Room. History of the Bibliomania, or Account of Book Collectors, concluded||p. 211-463.|
|VI.||The Alcove. Symptoms of the Disease called the Bibliomania. Probable Means of its Cure||p. 467-565.|
Published by the proprietor (for the new edition) of the Rev. Dr. Dibdins Bibliomania, 1840.
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