Catalog Record: Lost valentines found, with other trifles in rhyme | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Lost valentines found, with other trifles in rhyme.

Related Names: Du Broff, Roger , former owner., Wordsworth, William 1770-1850., More, Hannah 1745-1833., Allman, J. , bookseller., Allman, Thomas 1792-1870, bookseller.
Language(s): English
Published: London : Printed for T. and J. Allman, Princes Street, Hanover Square, 1821
Subjects: Parodies.
Bookplates (Provenance) > 20th century.
Note: Includes the poem, "To Mrs. Hannah More, from W------ W---ds---th."
Preceded by 12 pages of printer's advertisements: "Modern Publications, and New Editions of Valuable Standard Works, printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London." Dated February, 1821.
Signatures: pi⁶ chi1 A⁶ B-E¹²
Anonymous parodies of Scott, Moore, Crabbe, and Wordsworth, etc.
Physical Description: x, [2], 96 p. ; 19 cm
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