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Printed at London by Tho. Cotes, and ard
Sf. Dunstans Church yard. 1640.
Facsimile of title-page of Shakespeare's Poems No. 484.
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ADDISON'S CAMPAIGN, THE FIRST EDITION, UNCUT
ADDISON, JOSEPH. The Campaign, a Poem, to His Grace the Duke of Marlborough. Folio, full calf, ENTIRELY UNCUT, by Zaehnsdorf. London: Jacob Tonson, 1705.
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THE ORIGINAL NUMBERS OF "THE SPECTATOR" 2 (ADDISON, JOSEPH.) The Spectator, Non Sumum.
To be continued every day, Thursday, March 1, 1711 (to Saturday, December 6, 1712). Folio preserved in a beautiful old calf binding. London: Printed by Sam Buckley, at the Dolphin in Little Britain and sold by A. Baldwin, in Warwick Lane. Numbers 1-555.
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[Æsop.] OGELBY, JOHN. The Fables of Æsop Paraphras'd in Verse, and adorn'd with Sculpture. PORTRAIT. ENGRAVED TITLE AND 81 PLATES BY HOLLAR. 4to, old English, black morocco e.ctra, gilt panelled sides, the back elaborately gilt, gilt edges. London: Thomas Warren for Andrew Crook, 1651.
Daughter, a Tale. WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY GEORGE CRUIK-
The First Edition. The Bruton copy.
5 AINSWORTH, WILLIAM HARRISON. Revelations of
London. Auriol; or, The Elixir of Life. [WITH 15 VERY FINE ETCHINGS BY "Priz.") 8vo, original parts (July and August numbers of the “New Monthly Magazine”), bound together with original covers and advertisements, in full levant morocco, uncut, t. e. g. London: Henry Colburn, 1845.
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