2 edition of The laureat. A poem. Inscribed to the memory of C. Churchill found in the catalog.
The laureat. A poem. Inscribed to the memory of C. Churchill
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1997 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 9377, no.03).
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Genre/Form: Electronic books Poems: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Laureat. A poem. Inscribed to the memory of C. Churchill. London: Printed for J. ‘The Laureat, a Poem inscribed to the Memory of Charles Churchill,’ by E.B.G[reene], 4to, London, 4.
‘An Essay on Pastoral Poetry,’ prefixed to ‘The Idylliums of Theocritus, translated from the Greek with notes by Francis Fawkes,’ 8vo, London, ‘The Laureat, a Poem inscribed to the Memory of Charles Churchill,’ by E.B.G[reene], 4to, London, 4.
‘An Essay on Pastoral Poetry,’ prefixed to ‘The Idylliums of Theocritus, translated from the Greek with notes by Francis Fawkes,’ 8vo, London, Joseph Ritson, The English Anthology (London: C. Clarke, ) Information about the collection: in 3 volumes, with line numbers but no headnotes; dates of birth and death of the author are listed where known; poem titles are listed above or before the name of the author; original sources and years of publication are given in the table of contents (see the entries.
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