The Agreeable variety:
being a miscellaneous collection, in prose and verse, from the works of the most celebrated authors.
In two parts. Viz. Part I. Containing, 1. Instructive discourses, on the most useful subjects, for the happy conduct of human life. 2. Characters of the most illustrious personages of both sexes, or our own, and other nations: particularly the remarkable manner of life of the excellent Princess of Parma; written by herself, and found among her papers after her decease, in the year 1577. 3. Choice poems, and select passages, extracted from Shakespeare, Milton, Waller, Dryden, Roscommon, Otway, Oldham, Prior, &c. Part II. Containing original poems, with sixty familiar letters, upon education, love, friendship, &c. By several eminent hands. None of which ever before printed. The whole collected and published by a Lady ...
London, Printed for C. Hitch, at the Red-Lion in Pater-Noster-Row, M DCC XLII. (1742)
Signatures: A2, A2-A6, B-Y8, Z.
, 338 p.
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