The second Epistle of the second Book of Horace, imitated by Mr. Pope.

London, R. Dodsley, 1737.

Folio, pp. 19, [1 (blank)]; woodcut ornament to title, woodcut headpiece and initial; first and final leaves a little dust-stained, lightly browned throughout, a few corners creased with small loss to B1; a good copy in modern cloth-backed boards with drab paper sides, with old central fold and evidence of earlier stab-stitching.


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First edition, the issue (presumably early) with the footnote on p. 12 misnumbered ‘16’ for 15.

Foxon P955; Rothschild 1631; Griffith 447.

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