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About this Item: London: printed, and sold by B. Bragge, 1709. No Binding. Condition: Very Good. VII. Fair warning to seditious scribers. VIII. A lampoon on the Cambridge beaus. IX. Britain's wish for the Duke of Marlborough's return. In imitation of the fifth ode of the fourth book of Horace. Inscrib'd to his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. X. On Mr. Day, that liv'd at the Sign of the Horse-Shoe, who lay'd the key under the door, and out-ran his landlord. XI. On Clarinda, mask'd. XII. The genius of London, to Sir Charles Duncombe, on his being chose Lord Mayor for the year 1709. Made the beginning of October. Part the tenth. To be continu'd occasionally. By several good hands. London: printed, and sold by B. Bragge, 1708. 24 pp. [With:] Poetical reflexions, moral, comical, satyrical, &c. on the vices and follies of the age. Containing, I. A palinode, to the Lord Halifax. II. A New-Year Gift, in a short dehortatory poem to a claret-prone kinsman and god-son of mine, against immoderate drinking. By Dr. Baynard. III. A satyr against love and women. IV. A song, to the tune of the Dame of Honour. V. Verses found upon a tomb in Westminster-Abby. VI. Abigail's lamentation for the loss of her mistress's secretary. From the Greek of Homer. Left imperfect by Mr. Walch. VII. The dream. From the French. VIII. On Sir H---y D---d C---t's being dismember'd by twelve voices. IX. High-church; or, the cross above the crown. X. On his governess. XI. On his confidant. XII. A Pindarick ode to both houses of Parliament, in behalf of the poor insolvent debtors. Part the eleventh. To be continu'd occasionally. By several good hands. 24 pp. Together two parts, sm. 4to, disbound. Parts X-XI of an amusing periodical in verse, published in twelve numbers, under various titles, in 1708-9; each number sold for sixpence. The individual numbers of this miscellany are very rare; the only complete set recorded by the ESTC is one at the Turnbull Library, which has an additional general title-page, dated 1710. The only single number to survive with any frequency is Part I, entitled Satyrical Reflections on the Vices and Follies of the Age; of this the ESTC lists seven copies (L, Dt, E; CaOHM, DFo, DLC, WU). Parts II-VIII were called Reflections, Moral, Comical, Satyrical; of these the ESTC reports runs at the Bodleian and Folger, along with copies of Parts II, III, IV, and VII at the British Library and the Library of Congress, and a copy of Part IV at Michigan. Parts IX-XII were called, as here Poetical Reflexions; of these the ESTC lists a set at Folger, as well as Parts IX-X at the Bodleian, Part X at Cambridge, and Part XI at McMaster. The title-pages and last pages of the two parts offered here are rather dusty, but they are otherwise in very good condition. Not in Case; CBEL II, 345. Seller Inventory # 781h-p

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