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Nova Solyma The Ideal City; Of Jerusalem Regained. An Anonymous Romance Written In The Time of Charles I. Now First Drawn From Obscurity, And Attributed to The Illustious John Milton. Intro, Translation, Literary Essays/Bibliography -Rev. Walter Begley


Published by Scribners, New York, 1902
From G. W. Stuart, Jr., ABAA(emeritus) (Yuma, AZ, U.S.A.)

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Two volumes, octavos, original quarter vellum gilt, top edge gilt, others uncut, inner joint of first volume strained, else fine. Publication was shared by Scribners and the London purblisher John Murray; title pages can have either imprint and apparently the New York and London printings were issued simultaneously. Coleridge 262 lists the 1649 original Latin edition, and notes that the misattribution to Milton finally was cleared up in 1910. First editioin in English. Bookseller Inventory # 1237

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Title: Nova Solyma The Ideal City; Of Jerusalem ...

Publisher: Scribners, New York

Publication Date: 1902

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