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Mr. Pope's literary correspondence : volume the second, with letters to and from Lord Parker, Lord Harrington, Lord Somers, Bishop Atterbury, Judge Powys, Mr. Dryden, Mr. Secretary Harley, Mr. Secretary Addison, Matt. Prior, Esq., Mr. Steele, &c
Bib ID 2476994
Format BookBook
Author
Pope, Alexander, 1688-1744
 
Uniform Title Correspondence
Edition The second edition. 
Description London : Printed for E. Curll, 1735 
xxxii, [2], 228 p. : ports. ; 17 cm (12mo) 
Notes

Frontispiece port. of "Mr. Pope ; Kneller, pinx 1722, Parr, Sculp." -- caption.

'E.C.' monogram on t.p.

Head- and tail-pieces ; ornate initials ; footnotes.

Key to first volume of Mr. Pope's literary correspondence:p. 217-220.

Library's copy bound in stamped leather.

From the collection of Sir Brian Hone.

Subjects Pope, Alexander, - 1688-1744 - Correspondence.
Other authors/contributors Curll, Edmund, 1675-1747  |  E. Curll (Publisher)

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