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2. Print Record As
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Where available, the following details will display about the record you have selected:
Title: The full title(s) of the document as it appears in the original record
Additional titles: Alternative titles for the document. If you click an additional title, EEBO will execute an exact search for that title and take you to a List of Results.
Author: Standardised author name(s)
Variant name form: pseudonym or 'also known as' information, if available
Imprint: Publication information including publisher location, publisher, and publication date
Date: Date, corrected if necessary
Bib name/number: Name of bibliographies that include the item, and the number given by the bibliographer
Physical description: The number of pages or volumes, plus any additional information
Preceding/Succeeding title: any titles that the periodical used to be or will be known as
Notes: Comments, including additional author, title and editor information
Copy from: The source library for the original document
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Subject: Standardised Library of Congress Subject Heading(s)
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5. Durable URL
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