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Tragical tales, and other poems
1837 - Vey good copy in green buckram with gilt lettering on spine and red speckled edges. Label mark on spine, spotting throughout, mainly light, but more on preliminaires and title-page, otherwise a fine copy. Provenance; Bookplate from the library of Quenn May College (University of London). Physical conditon; x, 406 p. ; 180 mm x 260 mm. Notes; One of a limted printing of 50 copies; Edinburgh, printed for private circulation, 1837. Ex-academica library, with plates on front end-papers, blind-embossed stamps on title-page, last page and the margins of one or two others. Edited by James Maidment. The tales are taken mainly from Boccaccio and Bandello. Original title: Tragical Tales, translated by Tvrbervile, In time of his troubles, out of sundrie Italians, with the Argument and Lenuoye to eche Tale . Imprinted at London by Abell Ieffs, dwelling in the Forestreete without Crepelgate at the signe of the Bel. Anno Dom. 1587. Subjects; George Turbervile (1540?-1610?). Poetry. Scottish. 16th-17th-centuries. Genres; Illustrated. Poems - Scotland - 1837. 2 Kg. 406 pp. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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