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Book Title: Omniana

Subtitle: or Horæ Otiosiores

Authors: Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge

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Book Description: Omniana, or Horæ Otiosiores, first appeared in Aikins Athenæum between 1807-08, and was published in book form in 1812. The (anonymous) authors were Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.

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Omniana
Authors
Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Editor
Phil Barker
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This work (Omniana by Robert Southey and Samuel Taylor Coleridge) is free of known copyright restrictions.

This ebook is based on Omniana, or Horæ otiosiores (1812) Vol.1 page scans and (somewhat corrupt) full text of the 1812 edition from California Digital Library available at archive.org.

Page scans are also available from Google Books: Omniana, or Horæ otiosiores (1812) Vol.1.

The page scans were transcribed using WikiSource, and then imported to this website. The numbers in the left margin link to WikiSource transcription for each page.

This ebook comprises work from the original Omniana of 1812, the additional work required to present it as an ebook, and some additional material from Wikimedia, Wikidata and other sources.

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The cover image is based on File:Okkulte Erlebnisse 1924.jpg By H.-P.Haack (eigenes Foto, Antiquariat Dr. Haack Leipzig.) [CC BY 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0)], via Wikimedia Commons, adapted by the publisher and licensed CC:BY. The image has been modified by Phil Barker.

Some of the information describing entities in the indices is taken from wikidata which is used under Wikidata’s CC0 license.

The fonts used are from Google, mostly IM Fell Double Pica by Igino Marini which are used under the Open Font License.

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