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The second epistle of the first book of Horace imitated / By Mr. Gilbert
Bound with: Woodstock Park a poem.
Bib ID 2577308
Format BookBook
Author
Gilbert, Thomas, -1747
 
Description London : printed for T. Cooper, 1741 
19, [1] p. ; 35 cm. (fol.) 
Notes

Ornament.

Latin and English text on opposite pages.

Cited In

C & C 3984.

Foxon G147.

Subjects Horace -- Adaptations.

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    Label: Bound with: Woodstock Park a poem.
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