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London : a poem and The vanity of human wishes / by Samuel Johnson ; with an introductory essay by T.S. Eliot
Bib ID 1891918
Format BookBook
Author
Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784
 
Description London : Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald, 1930 
44 p. ; 35 cm. 
Series

Haslewood books.

Notes

"Of this edition, printed in England by the Chiswick Press, 450 numbered copies have been issued of which 150, numbered 1 to 150 and signed by Mr. Eliot, have been printed on Kentish rag paper"--p. [5]

Other authors/contributors Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965  |  Johnson, Samuel, 1709-1784. Vanity of human wishes

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