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Dryden, John
A Collection of all the Dialogues Written by Mr. Thomas Brown: One of them Entituled, Democratici Vapulantes, Being a Dialogue Between Julian, and Others, was never Before Printed. To which are added, His Translations and Imitations of Several Odes of Horace, of Martial's Epigrams, &c
John Nutt, near Stationer's Hall, London, 1704. Full brown leather-covered boards with gilt spine lettering. 388 pp. Text only. Pages 71-94, 199-201, 257-266, 313-315, 349 (i.e. 351)-352 numbered in roman./ "The dying thoughts and last reflections of Mr. Thomas Brown . in a letter to a friend": p. 385-388. This particular copy was last sold at acution in 1922, before that in 1915. Very scarce! VG- rubbing/scuffing and chipping to boards. re-backed. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Mullen Books, ABAA [Marietta, PA, U.S.A.]

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