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MICKLE, Wiliam Julius (1735--1788)
The concubine: a poem, in two cantos. In the manner of Spenser.
Oxford printed for Daniel Prince. Sold by J. Rivington; T. Payne; and J. Dodsley, London: and T. and J. Merrill, in Cambridge, 1767.
75, [4] p. ; 23.2 cm. (4°)

Anonymous. By William Julius Mickle, the translator of The Lusiads. Subsequently published under title: Sir Martyn. The final leaf contains an advertisement of the publication of 'Pollio: An Elegiac Ode. By The Same. Written in the Wood near R---- Castle'. ESTC t31134.

Copy Notes Bound (3) in a collection of poetry with the front free-endpaper inscribed in ink William Stroud/ March 16th: 1790.

Binding C18th marbled-paper boards, white paper spine lettered in ink 'Poems'. Numbered '57' in a series of pamphlet volumes.

Reference Number 4079


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