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TAYLOR, John (1757--1832)
[Poems on various subjects. Prospectus]
Many friends of Mr. Taylor, late proprietor of the Sun newspaper, who was deprived of that and other property by the misconduct of a partner, lately deceased, propose to publish a volume of his poems, by subscription, ...
London: G. Woodfall, printer, [1826].
[2] p. ; 25.0 cm. (4º)

Drop-head title. The work was eventually published in two volumes in 1827 (q.v.). Subscriptions, priced at one guinea, were received by Mr. Murray, Payne and Foss, W. Nicol, Longman and Co., J. Richardson, and Mr. Woodfall; W. Nicol seems to have pulled out between the issuing of the proposal and publication.

Copy Notes Accompanied by an ALs from Taylor dated Octr. 27. 1826 / 92 Norton Street / Portland Place ... (Priv. Corr.III.T.7.113). This and the circumstances of Taylor's appeal to Soane are discussed in the entry for the work as published (q.v.).

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6205


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