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The Grove; or, A collection of original poems, translations, &c. / By W. Walsh, Esq; Dr. J. Donne. Mr. Dryden ... [et. al.] And other eminent hands.

Related Names: Mears, W. active 1713-1729., Dryden, John 1631-1700., Donne, John 1572-1631., Theobald Mr. 1688-1744., Walsh, William 1663-1708.
Language(s): English
Published: London: : Printed for W. Mears ..., 1721.
Subjects: English poetry > 18th century.
Note: "The Hero and Leander of Musæus, translated; To which is prefix'd a short essay on the original, and its author. By Mr. Theobald." (half title): p. [18]-[27] of unnumbered sequence and p. [1]-32.
Errata: p. [11] of unnumbered sequence.
Subscribers list: p. [2]-[10] of unnumbered sequence.
Bookseller's device on t.p.; head- and tail-pieces.
Page 248 misnumbered as 228.
Verso of t.p. (i.e. p. [ii]), and p. [1] and [19] of unnumbered sequence blank.
Compiled by Lewis Theobald. Reissued in 1732 with a new t.p.: A Miscellany of original poems, translations, &c. Collected ... by Mr. Theobald. Cf. Case, A.E. Poetical miscellanies 319b; CBEL, II, p. 203.
Physical Description: v, [27], 352 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
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