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The Tryal of skill between 'Squire Walsingham and Mother Osborne. : an eclogue, in imitation of Virgil's Palæmon. To which are added, Horace to Fannius, and an Apology for printing a certain Nobleman's epistle to Dr. S--w--n. Preview this item
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The Tryal of skill between 'Squire Walsingham and Mother Osborne. : an eclogue, in imitation of Virgil's Palæmon. To which are added, Horace to Fannius, and an Apology for printing a certain Nobleman's epistle to Dr. S--w--n.

Author: Virgil.; Horace.
Publisher: London printed : Sold by J. Huggonson ..., 1734.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: John Hervey Hervey, Baron; William Arnall; James Pitt
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Virgil.; Horace.
OCLC Number: 12090171
Notes: Virgil's Eclogue III and Horace 's Ode 8 from Book II in Latin on pages opposite the English imitations.
"On Francis Walsingham (pseudonym of William Arnall ...) and F. Osborne (pseudonym of James Pitt ...). The other poems are satires on John, Lord Hervey ..."--Foxon.
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Description: 25, [1] pages ; 35 cm (fol.)

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