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|All Authors / Contributors:||
François de Salignac de La Mothe- Fénelon; Ramsay, Chevalier; John Ozell
|Notes:||Headpieces, tailpieces, initials (some factotum).
"A discourse upon epick poetry; particularly on the excellence of this poem of Telemachus [by Andrew M. Ramsay]": v. 1, p. xix-li.
Vol. 2 is dated 1734.
"The adventures of Aristonous" is also by Fénelon.
Three pages at end of v. 1 are publisher's advertisements.
Errata, v.1, p. 325.
|Description:||2 volumes: illustrations, folded map ; 20 cm|
|Contents:||Errors and omissions in Mr Boyer's Telemachus, last edition. v. 1, p. [1-24] --
Some account of the Bishop of Cambray and his writings. v. 1, p. [i]-xviii --
Discourse upon epic poetry ; particularly on the excellency of this poem of 'Telemachus' / Andrew M. Ramsay. v. 1, p. xix-lvii --
Ode, v. 2, p. -297 --
Adventures of Aristonous, v. 2, p. -322.
|Other Titles:||Adventures of Aristonous.
Aventures de Télémaque.
|Responsibility:||Written by the Archbishop and Duke of Cambray. With a poem on a rural retreat, written by the same author ... and likewise, by another hand, the adventures of Aristonous. Translated into English from the best Paris and other editions, by Mr. Ozell. To which are added many large and explanatory notes, taken from the several editions of this work ...|