Horace to Scaeva. Epist. XVII. Book I. Imitated.

[SAVAGE, John]

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Place Published: London
Publisher: John Brindly
Date Published: 1730

Description: Illustrated on title with a handsome engraved vignette of horse, printed in sepia; several other ornamental designs throughout are those used by William Boyer. Slim 8vo, bound in recent marbled boards with black leather spine label. London: John Brindly, 1730. First edition. A near fine copy of this scarce parody -- OCLC lists 19 copies.

Comments: A lampoon on John Savage, in verse, but from the dedicatory introduction it seems that the author is Savage himself. -- Foxon S88 [750 copies printed]; ESTC 36657.

Edition: First
Binding: hardcover
Condition: near fine
Language: English
Type: Books

Book ID: 226588


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