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About this Item: EEBO Editions, ProQuest, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1240845138

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About this Item: EEBO Editions, ProQuest, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Used: Good. Seller Inventory # SONG1240825986

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About this Item: Peter Parker and Thomas Guy, 1673. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. 2nd Edition. Octavo, contemporary sheep newly rebacked period style to match, covers worn, small wormhole, chip at foot of engraved frontispiece portrait affects a few letters, few edges with tiny chips, small wormhole occasionally pierces a letter of text at bottom, wormhole in upper outer blank margin occasionally pierces a marginal note, some shaving, a good tightly bound copy, complete with the engraved title and printed title, the engraved frontispiece portrait and the publisher's catalogue. Wing J 1292. The second edition of the first complete translation into English. Seller Inventory # 0593

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STAPYLTON, Sir Robert.

Published by London printed for Peter Parker. and Thomas Guy. (1673)

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About this Item: London printed for Peter Parker. and Thomas Guy., 1673. Third edition. 8vo, engraved portrait frontispiece and additional title page (frontispiece cut very close, and slightly shaved), and pp. [xvi], 245; an unsophisticated copy in contemporary sheep, leather on upper cover rather wormeaten, spine worn but sound; small wormtrack in first gathering, with minimal effect on text. Original ink shelf-mark on fore-edge. First published in 1644 (the first six satires only) and then complete in 1647, with another edition following in 1660. This is the vigorous and well-annotated translation of Juvenal by the royalist poet and dramatist Sir Robert Stapylton (1605?-69). Barten Holyday alleged that Stapylton had made use of his unpublished version (see Wood's Fasti). Wing J1292. This is one of the earliest publications of Thomas Guy (d. 1724), founder of Guy's Hospital and benefactor of St Thomas's: he had become a bookseller in 1668, but his real fortune was made through wise purchasing (and still wiser selling) of South Sea stock. Provenance. Inscription of John Bennet of Clare College Cambridge, dated 1754. The inscription was probably written later, as Bennet only went up to Clare in 1754 and he here describes himself as an alumnus: he was a Cornishman from St. Enoder, son of the vicar there. He became a fellow of the college in 1761 and returned to Cornwall later that decade to a vicarage of his own. Seller Inventory # 6945

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About this Item: Printed for Peter Parker.and Thomas Guy., London, 1673. Hardcover. Condition: Otherwise very good condition. Third edition. First published in 1644 (the first six satires only) and then complete in 1647, with another edition following in 1660. This is the vigorous and well-annotated translation of Juvenal by the royalist poet and dramatist Sir Robert Stapylton (1605?-69). Wing J1292. This is one of the earliest publications of Thomas Guy (d. 1724), founder of Guy's Hospital and benefactor of St Thomas's Hospital. He had become a bookseller in 1668, but his fortune was made through trading South Sea stock. 8vo, (xx) 246pp (last blank) 2 pp adverts, engraved portrait frontispiece and additional title page, all edges stained green. Original sheep boards quite rubbed at corners, nicely rebacked in brown calf with red & gilt title label, slt. rubbed. A very pleasant copy. Seller Inventory # 7547

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Juvenal's sixteen satyrs or, a survey of: JUVENAL. STAPYLTON, Sir

JUVENAL. STAPYLTON, Sir Robert

Published by Printed for Humphrey Moseley, London (1647)

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About this Item: Printed for Humphrey Moseley, London, 1647. First edition. [16], 287pp, [1]. Without terminal errata leaf. With an engraved portrait frontispiece of Sir Robert Stapylton, and an additional engraved title-page. Contemporary blind-ruled sheep, recently rebacked and recornered in morocco, lettered in gilt. Boards worn, small worm-hole to spine. Recent endpapers, slight shaving to fore-edge of frontispiece, very occasional spotting, water-stained throughout. The first complete translation of Juvenal into English, by playwright Sir Robert Staplyton (d.1699). The first six satyrs had been published in 1644, in the midst of the English Civil War; they are revised here and the whole extended to contain all of the known works of Juvenal. ESTC R12392, Wing J1291. Size: 8vo. Seller Inventory # AQ15019

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Juvenal

Published by Humphrey Moseley, London (1647)

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About this Item: Humphrey Moseley, London, 1647. Modern Half Calf. Condition: Very Good. First Complete Edition. Portrait, engraved and printed title pages, and errata all present. in a pleasant modern binding of half calf, with marbled boards. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 005829

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JUVENAL. Robert STAPYLTON, translator.

Published by London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley 1647. (1647)

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About this Item: London, Printed for Humphrey Moseley 1647., 1647. 8vo., pp. [16], 287, [1], with an additional engraved title-page by Thomas Rawlins and a facing engraved frontispiece portrait of Stapylton by William Marshall; a very good copy, bound without the final errata leaf in early mottled calf, rebacked and recornered, gilt edges.First edition of the first complete translation into English of Juvenal's satires; the first six satires had been published in 1644 and were slightly revised here. 'I have for my Country's sake taught him our Language', writes Stapylton, casting satire as a rectifier of manners, but it was not until the Augustan poets of the eighteenth-century that Juvenal exerted his most lasting influence on English literature.Raised as a Catholic, and an enthusiatic royalist during the Civil War, Stapylton had already published translations from Virgil and Pliny; he later turned playwright, but his rather slight productions, with plots from classical sources, have long been forgotten.Wing J 1291. Language: English. Seller Inventory # G1675

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STAPLETON, ROBERT, TRANSLATOR AND EDITOR

Published by London: Printed for Henry Moseley, 1647 (1647)

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About this Item: London: Printed for Henry Moseley, 1647, 1647. First complete edition in English. Small 8vo, late 19th century tan calf, brown morocco label, gilt decorations and lettering. Engraved frontis portrait by William Marshall and engraved title by Thomas Rawlins. Final leaf of errata present. ? Juvenal's famous and influential satires, as translated by Robert Stapleton, with useful annotations and a brief biography of the Roman poet. Juvenal's satires had enormous influence on 18th century English literature, most notably the tenth satire which Johnson imitated in his Vanity of Human Wishes. Prior to this edition, the satires had only been partially translated into English. Edges a little rubbed; some slight foxing; very nice copy. Wing J-1291; NCBEL I, 2171; Wither to Prior 816. Seller Inventory # 19241

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