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Villanies that are now practifedin
the Kingdome.

Profitable for Gentlemen, Lawyers, Merchants, Cittizens, Farmers, Mafters of Houfholdes, and all forts of feruants to marke, and delightfull for all men to reade.

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2864 DAY (JAMES). A NEW SPRING OF DIVINE POETRIE. | I. Day philomufus compofuit |—ineft fua gratia parvis. | Printed at London by T. C. for Humphry Blunden, at his fhop neere the Castle Taverne, in Corne-hill.


4to, bound in full mottled calf, gilt back, and inside borders, edges gilded on the rough, by RIVIÈRE. The title and a few other leaves cut close at bottom, touching a few words of text, OTHERWISE A FINE COPY.

2865 [DE FOE (DANIEL).] THE | True-Born Englishman. | A SATYR. etc | Printed in the Year MDCCI. (1701.)

4to, FIRST EDITION, bound in half crimson levant morocco, blank margin of one leaf repaired, small ink-mark on top edge of title. GOOD COPY.

2866 [DEKKER (THOMAS).] The Belman of London. | BRINGING TO LIGHT THE MOST NOTORIOUS| Villanies that are now practifed in | the Kingdome. | Profitable for Gentlemen, Lawyers, Merchants, Cittizens, Farmers, ma- | fters of Housholds, and all forts of seruants to marke, and delightfull for | all men to reade. Lege, Perlege, Relege. | The Fourth impreffion, with new additions. | Printed at London for Nathaniell Butter(s). 1616.

4to, Black Letter, bound in full polished brown calf, gilt back, edges, and inside borders, by FRANCIS BEDFORD. A. W. GRISWOLD'S COPY, with his gilt crest stamped on cover. WOODCUT OF THE BELMAN AND HIS DOG ON TITle. The title and a few following leaves have been most skillfully repaired, some w rds and the date having been supplied.

RARE AND CURIOUS. "A Discovery of all the idle Vagabonds in England: their conditions, their Lawes amongst themselves: their degrees and orders: their meetings and their manners of living, both men and women, etc."

2867 DENHAM (SIR JOHN). COOPERS | HILL | Written in | the yeare 1640. | Now printed from a perfect Copy; And A Corrected Impreffion. | By JOHN DENHAM Efq;\ LONDON, | Printed for Humphrey Mofeley, and are to be | fold at his Shop, at the Signe of the Princes | Armes in St Pauls Churchyard, 1655.

4to, half russia, name written on top margin of title, which is a trifle stained. According to an address "To the Reader," (signed J. B.) ALL (5) PREVIOUS EDITIONS OF THIS POEM WERE INCORRECT. Having read the original he obtained a transcript of same from the Author's own papers, and printed this ONELY TRUE COPIE."

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2868 DENHAM (SIR JOHN). POEMS and TRANSLATIONS, | with the SOPHY. | Written by the Honourable | Sir JOHN DENHAM | Knight of the Bath. | The Second Impreffion. | London, | Printed by J. M. for H. Herringman, etc.


12mo, old calf, neat, with gilt back and marbled edges. BOOKPLATe of George PRYME.

2869 DENNIS (JOHN). The Grounds of Criticism in Poetry, contain'd in some New Discoveries never made before, requisite for the Writing and Judging of Poems surely, etc. By Mr Dennis. London, 1704.

8vo, old calf. Largely devoted to MILTON'S "Paradise Lost."

2870 DIXON (ROBERT). CANIDIA, | or | THE WITCHES. | A | RHAPSODY. In Five Parts. | By R. D. | LONDON, | Printed by S. Roycroft, for Robert Clavell at the | Peacock in St Pauls Church-yard, 1683.

4to, old calf, blind panel tooling on sides, five parts bound in one volume. RICHARD FARMER'S COPY with his AUTOGRAPH on inside cover, and a MS. NOTE IN HIS HANDWRITING, ending "This is the only copy I have seen."-1785. FINE Copy. RARE. A perfect cyclopædia of slang. The Author in its pages has lashed all the vices of all ages and nations without mercy and without delicacy."—Hazlitt.

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PARADOXES | and | PROBLEMES, | Written By | I. DONNE. |
LONDON, | Printed by E. P. for Henry Seyle, and are to be fold
at the figne of the Tygers head, in Saint Pauls Church- | yard,
Anno Dom. 1633.



2872 DONNE (JOHN). POEMS, | By J. D. | With ELEGIES | on the Authors | Death. | LONDON. | Printed by M. F. for IOHN MARRIOT, | and are to be sold at his shop in St Dunftans | Churchyard in Fleet-street. 1633.

4to, FIRST EDITION, bound in half green crimped morocco, gilt back, carmine edges. FINE IMPRESSION of the PORTRAIT ENGRAVED by LOMBART, (inserted). WM. BELL SCOTT'S COPY, WITH HIS BOOKPLATE. A few leaves have been repaired, and MS. notes have been made in several places by an early owner. Contains the two leaves, "The Printer to the Understanders," often wanting.

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