The Dunciad. with Notes Variorum, and the Prolegomena of Scriblerus. the Second Edition, with Some Additional Notes

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British Library

T005550

Anonymous. By Alexander Pope. Titlepage in red and black. Sigs. D3, E2 and P3 are cancels. "Griffith 224-227, treating copies with some uncancelled leaves and without 2B1 [the final leaf of additional errata] as variants" (Foxon).

London: printed for Lawton Gilliver, 1729. 24, [2],19-232,6, [4]p.: ill.; 8°

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