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THE HUMOURS ...
The humours of Portsmouth, or, all is well, that ends well. A farce of three acts. By True Bleu.
London: printed and sold by T. Bailey; where tradesmens bills are printed off copper-plates, and at the letter-press, [1760].
30 p. ; 17.2 cm. (12°)

Anonymous. Imprint date from ESTC (Nicoll). ESTC n33502.

Copy Notes Armorial ink stamp of John Ker, 3rd Duke of Roxburghe (1740--1804) on page [2] at the foot of the 'Dramatis Personæ'. The famous library of the 3rd Duke of Roxburghe (1740--1804) was sold in 1812. The ink stamp is illustrated in David Pearson, Provenance research in book history: a handbook (London: British Library, 1994), p. 91 (fig. 3.45).

Binding C18th half dark green morocco, gilt roll-tooled borders, marbled-paper boards, gilt roll-tooled spine direct-lettered in gilt 'Humours Of Portsmouth'.

Reference Number 1509


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