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HUDDESFORD, George (1749--1809)
Salmagundi: a miscellaneous combination of original poetry; consisting of illusions of fancy; amatory, elegiac, lyrical, epigrammatical, and other palatable ingredients. The second edition, with corrections.
London: printed by E. Hodson; for J. Anderson, 1793.
[2], 148, [2] p., add engr. t.-pl. ; 20.6 cm. (8º)

Anonymous. By George Huddesford. Originally published in 1791. The additional engraved title-page is dated 1792. Huddesford, a pupil of Sir Joshua Reynolds, and known as a scurrilous poet, became Vicar of Loxley, Warwickshire, in 1803. ESTC t47039.

Copy Notes Imperfect; wanting the additional engraved title-plate. Inscribed in ink on the title-page John Soane. Stitched, and bound (2) after John Taylor's Verses on various occasions, 1795 (q.v., copy 2).

Binding C19th half calf, marbled-paper boards, gilt double-ruled spine, red morocco spine-label lettered 'Taylor's Poems & Salmagund'.

Reference Number 1399


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