Title: Alfonso, King of Castile; A Tragedy, in Five...
Publisher: Printed for J. Bell, London
Publication Date: 1801
Binding: No Binding
Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good
Edition: First Edition
Disbound. Pages (i-iii) iv-vii (viii) and (1) - 110 (1). Uncut page bottoms. Light scattered foxing. In the Preface the author "confesses that the situation at the end of the Second Act was suggested by the well-known anecdote of Charlemagne and his daughter Emma. It seems more likely to have been suggested by the story of Sigismunda and Guiscardo -- only the fact happens to be otherwise." ".the siege of Algesiras took place, at which the first use of gunpowder is said to have been made." Characters include: Alfonso XI; Orsino; Father Bazil; Henriquez; Ricardo; Amelrosa; Estella; etc. Last page contains advertising of other works by M. G. Lewis such as: The East Indian; Rolla, or the Peruvian Hero; The Love of Gain; etc. Bookseller Inventory # 5026
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