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Expeditio Militaris Addisoniana: Poema Duci De Marlborough Inscriptum ,  ( The Campaign,  a Poem to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough &c.) Latinč reddidit, T.G., anon, T.G. ,     Addison,    Joseph Addison 1672-1719

Author Name    anon, T.G. , Addison, Joseph Addison 1672-1719

Title   Expeditio Militaris Addisoniana: Poema Duci De Marlborough Inscriptum , ( The Campaign, a Poem to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough &c.) Latinč reddidit, T.G.

Binding   Paperback

Edition   First Edition

Size   13.5 x 20.5cm Approx

Publisher   London Non Given, printed by R.G. 1808

Seller ID   001184

75 page paper Pamphlet, Latin & English text. Latin Title page then The Latin and English poetry text are on facing pages. Front/rear poor with minor loss, Contents good clear printing, the odd minor fault ( some odd minor stains, edge dirt etc.). actually has 73 pages & Starts at the title page, so may have had a half title front page? from a quick net check 1st printed in 1705 though did not find one listed in any library inc. BL. So at time of listing this is the earliest edition for sale. This one is printed & published anonymously , later Joseph Addison added his name, In fact the author published under various names, i.e. Addison, J Addison, Addison Steel, Jodeph Addison to name a few.

Price = 450.00 GBP


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Caps Well Fit : or, select epigrams. Serious and comic. By Titus in Sandgate
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A Lamentation for the Scattered Tribes, who are exiled into captivity, and are now mingled among the heathen, and are joyned to the oppressor, and refuses to return : Presented unto all the separated congregations, under what name or form soever, in love to the Lost., By a servant of truth, and a friend to righteousness, who suffers with the seed, which is held in oppression, waiting and labouring for its return; F.H. ( Howgill, Francis Howgill 1618-1669)
A Lamentation for the Scattered Tribes, who are exiled into captivity, and are now mingled among the heathen, and are joyned to the oppressor, and refuses to return : Presented unto all the separated congregations, under what name or form soever, in love to the Lost.
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