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Comedy and CrisisPieter Langendijk, the Dutch, and the Speculative Bubbles of 1720$
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Joyce Goggin and Frans De Bruyn

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9781789622201

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2021

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781789622201.001.0001

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Meijer’s Endnotes (1892)

Meijer’s Endnotes (1892)

(p.81) Meijer’s Endnotes (1892)
Comedy and Crisis
Joyce Goggin, Merlijn Erken, Frans De Bruyn

Joyce Goggin

Merlijn Erken

Frans De Bruyn

Henk Looijesteijn

Helen J. Paul

Lodewijk Petram

Liverpool University Press

Present editors: A selected number of Meijer’s endnotes have not been translated because they concern philological or other matters purely of interest to Dutch-speaking readers. These are indicated below as ‘Omitted’.

1.Quincampoix, or the coffeehouse. The name ‘Quincampoix’ was given to the English coffeehouse in the Kalver Street [Kalverstraat], the third house in from the Dam Square on the west side of the street, because that is where the largest part of the trade took place. A very clear representation of the coffeehouse after it was attacked by a rioting mob can be found in engraving no. 57 of ...

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