Poems and songs. By Thomas Flatman. The third edition with additions and amendments. Me quoque Vatem Dicunt Pastores, sed non Ego credulus illis. Virgil.

London: Printed for Benjamin Tooke, at the Ship in St. Paul’s Church-Yard, 1682. Third edition, with sixteen new poems appearing for the first ti.

Octavo, 71 x 46 inches  Third edition, with sixteen new poems appearing for the first time A8, a-b8, B-K8, L7, M8 (Complete, collating just as the Grolier copy, with the signature L7) The engraved portrait frontispiece of Flatman which appears for the first time in this edition is present in this copy It is bound in modern quarter brown calfskin, with marbled paper boards Although the decorated paper on the boards is not entirely in keeping with the style of work of the period, the spine is very neatly and tastefully done, and looks quite well on the shelf The contents are occasionally lightly browned and spotted, with no extraordinary defects

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