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Poems, supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and others, in the fifteenth century

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Poems, supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and others, in the fifteenth century
Title
Poems, supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and others, in the fifteenth century
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
CLU
Citation location within source
T42677
Citation source
ESTC
Illustrations
facsimiles
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Poems, supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and others, in the fifteenth century
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • With a half title
  • Edited by Thomas Tyrwhitt
  • A reissue of the 1777 2d ed., with new t.p. and the addition of an appendix
  • Signatures: [A]2 [a]1 b8 c4 B-U8 X2 Y8 Z4 [2A]1
  • "Appendix; containing some observations upon the language of the poems attributed to Rowley; tending to prove, that they were written ... by Thomas Chatterton," p. [309]-333, has separate half title
  • Errata: p. 307
Dimensions
23 cm. (8vo)
Edition
  • The third edition: /
  • to which is added an Appendix, containing some observations upon the language of these poems; tending to prove that they were written, not by any ancient author, but entirely by Thomas Chatterton.
Extent
[2], xxvii, [1], 333, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates
Note
  • Clark Library has two copies.
  • Clark Library copy 1: bound in contemporary calf, with marbled endpapers and edges; gold fileting and gilt-lettered label on spine; inscription: Thomas Holcroft of London sends this as a small but worthy present to his dear Friend M. de Bonneville of Paris March 12th..1784; bookplate of Charles Keene.
  • Clark Library copy 2: lacks half title, p. [1]-[2]; bound in (19th cent.?) vellum, with marbled endpapers and edges stained red; gilt-lettered black label on spine; blue double rule on covers; inscription: To Miss Hannah More, these poems which have conferr'd the highest celebrity on a place, of which she is the brightest ornament; are respectfully presented by her much obliged Friend and Servant, John Paine Be[r?]j[???] June 23d. 1788; inscription: And presented by her to Dr. Carrick her kind physician and highly valued Friend. Hannah More Decr. 20- 1830; hand-drawn coat of arms, with "A. Carrick" stenciled in ink; bookplate: A.N.L. Munby; from the collection of Roger Du Broff.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: Rebound in yellow buckram. Ex libris C.K. Ogden.
Other physical details
1 facsimile
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00568971
  • ucoclc568971
Label
Poems, supposed to have been written at Bristol, by Thomas Rowley, and others, in the fifteenth century
Publication
Note
  • With a half title
  • Edited by Thomas Tyrwhitt
  • A reissue of the 1777 2d ed., with new t.p. and the addition of an appendix
  • Signatures: [A]2 [a]1 b8 c4 B-U8 X2 Y8 Z4 [2A]1
  • "Appendix; containing some observations upon the language of the poems attributed to Rowley; tending to prove, that they were written ... by Thomas Chatterton," p. [309]-333, has separate half title
  • Errata: p. 307
Dimensions
23 cm. (8vo)
Edition
  • The third edition: /
  • to which is added an Appendix, containing some observations upon the language of these poems; tending to prove that they were written, not by any ancient author, but entirely by Thomas Chatterton.
Extent
[2], xxvii, [1], 333, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates
Note
  • Clark Library has two copies.
  • Clark Library copy 1: bound in contemporary calf, with marbled endpapers and edges; gold fileting and gilt-lettered label on spine; inscription: Thomas Holcroft of London sends this as a small but worthy present to his dear Friend M. de Bonneville of Paris March 12th..1784; bookplate of Charles Keene.
  • Clark Library copy 2: lacks half title, p. [1]-[2]; bound in (19th cent.?) vellum, with marbled endpapers and edges stained red; gilt-lettered black label on spine; blue double rule on covers; inscription: To Miss Hannah More, these poems which have conferr'd the highest celebrity on a place, of which she is the brightest ornament; are respectfully presented by her much obliged Friend and Servant, John Paine Be[r?]j[???] June 23d. 1788; inscription: And presented by her to Dr. Carrick her kind physician and highly valued Friend. Hannah More Decr. 20- 1830; hand-drawn coat of arms, with "A. Carrick" stenciled in ink; bookplate: A.N.L. Munby; from the collection of Roger Du Broff.
  • Spec. Coll. copy: Rebound in yellow buckram. Ex libris C.K. Ogden.
Other physical details
1 facsimile
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00568971
  • ucoclc568971

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