Posthumous Parodies and other Pieces, composed by several of our most celebrated Poets, but not published in any former Edition of their Works.

London: Printed for John Miller. 1814.

8vo., pp. xi, [I], 102, [2], with the half-title and final errata/ advertisement leaf. Original blue paper boards, discreet new drab paper spine and label, a very good copy.


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First edition. Shakespeare, Milton, Dryden, Pope and Johnson are among the poets parodied.

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