Eccentricities for Edinburgh; Containing Poems, Entitled, A Lamentation to Scotch Booksellers, Fire; or the Sun Poker, Mr. Champernoune. The Luminous Historian or Learning in Love, London Rurality; or Miss Bunn and Mrs. Bunt
by Colman, George (The Younger)
London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1817. First edition. Hardcover. good+. 1817. First edition. Hardcover, 12mo, measuring 3.5 by 6 inches, in leather and paper boards with handwritten title to front board. 88pp, frontis. Good+. Heavy staining and chipping to paper of front board. Loss to spine leather. Ownership signature to rear board and front flyleaf. Foxing throughout. Contents remain intact and unmarked. Housed in mylar. A collection of British dramatist George Coleman the Younger's verse, including 'A Lamentation to Scotch Booksellers.'. (Inventory #: z09953)
Literature, Arts & Photography, Western Pennsylvania, General Scholarly
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