The sixth Epistle of the first Book of Horace imitated.

London, L. Gilliver, 1737.

Folio, pp. [4], 15, [1 (blank)]; with half-title; typographic headpieces and factotum initials; outer leaves dusty, 2 closed tears to half-title and a few chips to margins, final 2 ff. worn with losses to lower margin; stab-stitched; backfolds worn.

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First edition. Foxon P965; Rothschild 1638; Griffith 476.

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