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English Poets, Poetical Register & Freeman Sermons 1720 by  Giles Jones  Thomas Cox - First Edition - 1720 - from The Franklin Bookstore (SKU: 519)

English Poets, Poetical Register & Freeman Sermons 1720

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English Poets, Poetical Register & Freeman Sermons 1720

by Rev. D. James Freeman, Thomas Cox, Giles Jones

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McNamee, 1720. Very Good. Original Edition Three books in One. Three older valued books were combined in this volume & rebound around 1900 by bookbinder John H.H. McNamee of Cambridge.
----Contents-----
-English Poets Before 1720
-The Poetical Register , or, The lives and Characters of all the English poets, with an account of their writings : adorned with curious sculptures engraven by the best masters 1723
-Giles Jones- Books Printed for Thomas Cox at the Lamb under the Royal-Exchange 1734
- Sermons by Rev. J. Freeman Boston 1829 Printed by E. W. Metcalf and Co.
-Signature of Rev. James Freeman!

This is a very interesting book with an array of events. When first opening book on the inside of the front board is a small sticker with McNamee Binder Cambridge, Mass. John H. H. McNamee was the binder of this book. McNamee was the Mayor of Cambridge Jan 1902 - Jan 1904 and before that he was the Book Binder for Harvard University. He wrote The Essential of Good Binding in 1899. So this binding is probably done in the late 1890 s or early 1900s Inscriptions: On the first end paper is inscribed in pencil From the library of ?? friend of Thorau ??friend ??? John Br?? 6 fine copperplate portraits the 1720 s. ? contains early Bibliography of books printed by Thomas Cox. O n a end page before The Sermons By the aged and venerable Senior Pastor of Kings Chapel the Rev. D. James Freeman April 13th, 1829 Size and Page Count: 5 X 7.5 Tall, total of 656 Pages, 366 pages of the Poetical Register, 18 pages of Thomas Cox Books, 282 pages of Freeman Sermons Condition: Very Good , light brown buckram cloth with a red label on spine with gilt lettering. Text block is much older material (some from the 1723, 1734 and 1829), foxing, some stain spots Engravings: William late Duke of Devonshire Reverend Mr. Creech Reverend Mr. Croxall Mr. John Philips Mr. Alexander Pope Mr. Prior -------- An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher or historian ---------

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Bookseller
The Franklin Bookstore US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
519
Title
English Poets, Poetical Register & Freeman Sermons 1720
Author
Rev. D. James Freeman, Thomas Cox, Giles Jones
Book condition
Used - Very Good
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
McNamee
Date Published
1720
Keywords
Sermons-1720
Bookseller catalogs
Religion;
Size
5 X 7.5

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