Poems and translations, with the Sophy

the 4th ed. : to which is added, Cato-Major of old-age. by Denham, John Sir

Publisher: Printed by T.W. for H. Herringman and sold by Jacob Tonson ... and Thomas Bennet in London

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Other titlesCato Major of old age., Of old age., The Sophy.
The Physical Object
Pagination[10], 183, [6], 56, [4], 87 p.
Number of Pages183
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[John Denham, Sir]. Edition. The second impression. Bibliographic format. octavo. General notes "The destruction of Troy, an essay upon the second book of Virgil's Aeneis" has a separate dated title page; "The Sophy" has a separate dated title page, separate pagination and register beginning with quire 2A Printer's name from Wing With the Sophy book In verse Text is continuous despite pagination "The Sophy" is identified as.

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