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THE IDYLLIUMS OF THEOCRITUS WITH RAPIN'S DISCOURSE UPON PASTORALS
by Creech, Mr
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London: E. Curll, 1713. To Which is prefix'd, The Life of Theocritus, by Basil Kennet, M.A. of C.C.C. Oxon.. Original Latin made into English by Mr. Creech. Second Edition. 105 pages + 3 pages of Contents and 4 more pages listing other books by the same publisher. One of the previous owner's name and date 1797 on front paste-down endpaper. Full brown leather, spine is new with raised bands, gilt trim and titles on spine. VG+.. Leather, Hard Cover.
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