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STEPHENS, William (d. 1718)
Dick and Tom: a dialogue about addresses.
London: printed for B. Bragg, 1710.
16 p. ; 18.1 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. Attributed to William Stephens on the basis of a MS. note on Trinity College, Dublin's copy. At foot of imprint: 'Price Two Pence.'. ESTC t31835; Goldsmiths' 4645.

Copy Notes Tipped in at the end of part 2 of The history of addresses, 1711, attributed to John Oldmixon (q.v.), together with The modern addresses vindicated, 1710, spuriously attributed to Defoe (q.v.). Part of a uniformly bound 48-volume set of works by or attributed to Defoe which on the evidence of endleaves variously watermarked '1814', '1808', etc. was presumably assembled around 1810--15.

Binding C19th half calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt-tooled spine direct-lettered in gilt 'Defoe's Works' and 'History Of Addresses Vol. II.'.

Reference Number 842


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