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HOPE'S GARLAND ...
Hope's Garland. No. 2. The subsequent effusion is in Mr. Hope's best manner; this elegant writer and accomplished critic, with the equity of good breeding, has already declared that he is the first genius of the age, and surely, no one can pretend to know this better than himself: ...
[London]: printed by J. Barr, Brydges-street, Covent-Garden, [1805?].
[4] p. ; 27.8 cm. (4º)

Anonymous. Folded half-sheet, outer forme blank. Drop-head title. Satirical verse signed at the end with the letter 'T.'. Gives as a footnote a reference to Thomas Hope's Observations on the plans and elevations designed by James Wyatt, architect, for Downing College, Cambridge; in a letter to Francis Annesley, Esq. M.P. by Thomas Hope, 1804 (q.v.). This may be intended as a second part of a verse satire issued by Henry Tresham under the pseudonym of 'Dioganetto' as Advertisement. In the press and speedily will be published, a collection of poems, entitled, Hope's garland. A letter addressed "to Francis Annesley, Esq. M.P" by Thomas Hope, gave birth to this work, the interest of which is very much increased by the lucubrations of the celebrated Van Butchel ...(q.v.).

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6293


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