420pp., 8vo, half 19th century leather,( rubbed & chipped; front cover detached). London: Printed by T.W. for the Assignes of H.H., 1705. The Seventh Edition with several Additions, Never before Printed.
Lacks frontispiece portrait. Waller was known for the smoothness and harmony of his verse, highly praised by Dryden. "Although Waller was banished from England for participation in a Royalist plot during the Civil War, he later wrote a panegyric on Cromwell and a lament for his death." --Benet, 1069.