This work discusses several English poets and demonstrates a selection of their work. Lacking the plates of Mr Croxall and Mr John Philips, therefore...
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The first edition, posthumously published, as most of Bacon's works were. This is the first volume of this work, a second volume followed in 1694.... Two volumes bound as one, Jeremy Collier was an English theatre critic, non-juror bishop and theologian. Find out more »Price: £325.00 A very scarce two volumes set of works in a handsome uniform calf binding. Complete in two volumes, volume one is dated 1716 and the second volume is dates 1717....
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With a portrait frontispiece to volume I and a red and black title page to all volumes.
With Memoires Pour Servis Aux Essais de Michel Deigneur de Montagne bound to the rear...