Sober Advice from Horace to the Young Gentleman about Town. As deliver'd in his Second Sermon. Imitated in the Manner of Mr. Pope
Griffith 347; Foxon P-968; NCBEL II, 507
by POPE, ALEXANDER
London: Printed for T. Boreman, , 1734. First edition. Griffith 347; Foxon P-968; NCBEL II, 507. Edges slightly rubbed; title lightly soiled and creased at the inner margin; fine, large copy.. Folio, 20th century dark green half morocco, green cloth boards, gilt decorations and lettering, untrimmed. Parallel English and Latin texts. Something of a crude but humorous satire by Alexander Pope, published anonymously. Bookplate of Henry Carlisle Tuttle on the front paste-down. (Inventory #: 27108)
English & American Literature, Americana, First Editions, Bibliography
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