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Late Eighteenth Century Poetry]. 1. JERNINGHAM, Mr. [Edward]. The Ancient English Wake. A Poem. London: Printed by William Richardson... for James Robson, 1779. (iii-vii), 6-21, (1) pp., bound without the half title. [bound with] 2. [ROGERS, Samuel]. An Epistle to a Friend, with Other Poems... London: Printed by R. Noble for T. Cadell, 1796. 45, (1) pp. 3. [MAURICE, Thomas]. The Crisis, or the British Muse to the British Minister and Nation. London: Printed for the author, and sold by R. Faulder, 1798. 32 pp., bound without the half title. 4. SOTHEBY, W. Poems: Consisting of a Tour Through Parts of North and South Wales, Sonnets, Odes, and An Epistle to a Friend on Physiognomy. Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell and sold by R. Faulder, London and T. Baker, Southampton, 1790. (iii-viii), 5-93 pp., bound without the half title and possibly a rear blank. 5. SMITH, Charlotte. Elegiac Sonnets. London : Printed for J. Dodsley, H. Gardner, and J. Bew, [1786]. Third edition, "with twenty additional sonnets".
[1790's].. Eight works bound in one volume. 4to. Mid nineteenth century pink half calf over marbled boards, the armorial bookplate of E.H. Greenly to the front pastedown with their signature or those of a family member to several of the title pages. A lovely copy. An interesting collection of poetry of the period, some more uncommon institutionally than others. The final page of Smith's "Elegiac Sonnets" is signed by the author.
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