A. G. Little
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Who is A. G. Little?
A. G. Little is an author.
- born in (152 years ago)
- died in (70 years ago)
- written works: "Prior Park, its history and description", "Catholic churches since 1623", "Bristol, the public view", "The colleges of Cambridge, 1286-1973", "The city and county of Bristol", "The Monmouth episode", "Architecture in Norman Britain", "Abbeys and priories in England and Wales", "English cathedrals in colour", "Crusoe's captain", "The life and work of James Gibbs, 1682-1754", "Cambridge discovered", "Portrait of Exeter", "The Franciscans and Dominicans of Exeter"
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by Sir Leslie Stephen, Sir Sidney Lee
A. G. Little (Gh-ey Friars in Oxford, pp.
by Frank Leslie Cross, Elizabeth A. Livingstone
A. G. Little attempts the difficult task of listing Bacon's complete works, pp. 71—122). Many items ed. (not very satisfactorily) by R. Steele and others ...
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There are three ""too much"" and three ""too little"" that can bring a fool down: too much spending and too little money; too much talking and too little knowledge; and too much boasting and too little earnings.
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