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With an English Commentary and Notes: To which are Added Critical Dissertations. The Fourth edition. Corrected and Enlarged. In Three Volumes. Vol III only. 265 pp. Some light even intermittent browning of text. Light damp stain on prelims and rear eps. Hinges cracked. Full contemporary tan leather withgilt lettering on maroon spine title label. Volume label missing. Five raised bands on spine with gilt rule. Piece missing from top and bottom of spine. Splits developing at edge of spine at top and bottom. Corners rubbed. Damp stain on upper corners of boards. Overall condition Good+.
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- Owl Books (IE)
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- Q. Horatii Flacci Epistolae ad Pisones et Augustum
- Hurd, Reverend Mr:
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- London: A. Millar and W. Thurlbourn and J. Woodyer, 1766.
- Horace, Rev. Hurd, Literature
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