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Miscellaneous pieces of antient English poesie.
Facsim. reprint. Original t.p., reads: Miscellaneous pieces of antient English poesie. Viz. The troublesome raigne of King John, written by Shakespeare, extant in no edition of his writings. The metamorphosis of Pigmalion"s image, and certain satyres. By John Marston. The scourge of villanie. By the same. All printed before the year 1600. London, Printed for Robert Horsefield, 1764.
|Other titles||Troublesome raigne of John, King of England.|
|Statement||John Bowle, ed[itor]|
|Contributions||Marston, John, 1575?-1634., Bowle, John, 1725-1788, ed.|
|LC Classifications||PR1125 .M5 1764a|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||79112081|
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Octavo 17 x 11cm, pp. 8 4. Contemporary tan full polished calf with raised bands, gilt titles to green Miscellaneous pieces of antient English poesie. book, further gilt decoration to spine; gilt marginal decoration to boards, all edges speckled brown; marbled endpapers. Hand-written bookplate to front pastedown.
Miscellaneous Pieces of Antient English Poesie: Viz. the Troublesome Raigne of King John, Written by Shakespeare, Extant in No Edition of His Writings. the Metamorphosis of Pigmalion's Image, and Certain Satyres.
by John Marston. the Scourge of Villanie by. Vol No. 2 of the journal Cervantes, published by the Cervantes Society of America (Fall, ) is dedicated to John Bowle.
On its cover is the only known portrait of Bowle. Other works. Bowle published in Miscellaneous Pieces of Antient English Poesie, containing Shakespeare's King John, and some of the satires of John Marston. Miscellaneous Pieces of Antient English Poesie: Viz.
the Troublesome Raigne of King John, Written by Shakespeare, Extant in No Edition of His Writings. the Metamorphosis of Pigmalion's Image, and Cert. John Marston $ Readers who take up a book merely for the indolent amusement of a leisure hour, cannot endure the labour of unharbouring a fine thought from the cover of perplexed expression.
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