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JOHNSON, Thomas (fl. 1788)
The toast. A poem. Humbly addressed to his Royal Highness Henry-Frederick, Duke of Cumberland, right worshipful Grand Master of the honourable fraternity of Free and Accepted Masons; and to the royal patrons, and other governors and subscribers to the Royal Cumberland School. Embellished with a frontispiece. To which are added, an ode to charity; and a hymn for the use of the children. Set to music by Brother Dupuis, organist to His Majesty, and to Charlotte-Street Chapel, Pimlico. By Tho. Johnson, G. T. &c. &C. &c.
London: printed for the author, by J. Stevenson, 1788.
15, [1] p., engr. frontis., [1] pl. music ; 25.2 cm. (4°)

Masonic verse. Page 15 notes that 'This Collection of Poems, written by, and published for the Author's Benefit, is sold by him, at his House, No. 12, Prince's-Row, Pimlico. Price 1 s. Where may also be had, His Summer Productions; or Progressive Miscellanies, No. I. and II. ... A second Edition of his History of Free Masons, ...'. Not in ESTC. No other copies traced.

Copy Notes Wanting a half-title? Bound (14) in a collection of poetry.

Binding C18th half sprinkled calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt-tooled spine, green morocco spine label gilt-lettered 'Poems'. Later numbered '107' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 5460


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