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HANOVER OR ROME ...
Hanover or Rome: shewing the absolute necessity of assisting His Majesty with such a sufficient force, as may totally extinguish the hopes of the Pretender's open and secret abettors.
Dublin: printed by James Carson, 1715.
27, 29--32, [1] p. ; 15.3 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. Sometimes attributed to Daniel Defoe; see J.R.Moore, 'Defoe acquisitions at the Huntington Library', Huntington Library Quarterly 28:1, Nov. 1964, pp. 45--57. Attribution disputed by P.N. Furbank and W.R. Owens, Defoe de-attributions (London: Hambledon Press, 1994). Pagination omits '28'. ESTC t109036; Moore, 342a.

Copy Notes Bound (8) in a collection of eleven political tracts by or associated with Defoe, dated between 1710 and 1717. 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 'Miscellanies'. Cased (18.8 cm) to match the set.

Reference Number 822


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