Collectanea Anglo-poetica (volume 91); Or, A Bibliographical And Descriptive Catalogue Of A Portion Of A Collection Of Early English Poetry, With Occa by Thomas CorserCollectanea Anglo-poetica (volume 91); Or, A Bibliographical And Descriptive Catalogue Of A Portion Of A Collection Of Early English Poetry, With Occa by Thomas Corser

Collectanea Anglo-poetica (volume 91); Or, A Bibliographical And Descriptive Catalogue Of A Portion…

byThomas Corser

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1873 Excerpt: ... 15/.; and Gardner's ditto, No. 63S, 30l. There are copies in the British Museum, and in the Bodleian Library. Collation: Sig. A to X four leaves each, then A A to TT4 in fours. The Colophon is on the reverse of T T3 as given at the commencement. The last leaf on the recto is a repetition of the woodcut to the Dialogue of the Wolf and the Asse; on the reverse, those of "the Ape that wrote bookes, and of a beaste callyd Bubalus that was a shomaker." Bound by Charles Lewis. In Fawn coloured Morocco, gilt leaves. dialogues (The) of Creatures Moralised. Applicable and edifying to every merry and jocund matter, and right profitable to the governance of men. Edited by Joseph Haslewood. London, Printed by Bensley and Son, for Robert Triphook, 37, St. James's Street. 1816. 4to, pp. 296. Owing to circumstances of an unfortunate kind this very handsome repriut by Mr. Haslewood of the Dialogues of Creatures Moralised is now become almost as rare as the original work. Of the ninety-eight copies which were printed by Bensley all save forty-two were destroyed in the calamitous fire which took place on their premises, and proved so destructive. This elegant reprint contains a Dedication to James Bindley, Esq., and a copious Introduction by the Editor, giving an account of the original English edition and a list of some of those other numerous foreign editions, including a few other particulars, to which we have been ourselves indebted, shewing the popular nature of the subject. The reprint is profusely adorned with woodcuts of the fables belonging to the work, besides the representations of some of the curious ornamental capital letters given as head and tail pieces which add so much to the interest of the reprint. It is to be regretted however that the cuts belonging to t...
Title:Collectanea Anglo-poetica (volume 91); Or, A Bibliographical And Descriptive Catalogue Of A Portion…Format:PaperbackDimensions:86 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.18 inPublished:February 8, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217825125

ISBN - 13:9780217825122

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