POEMS BY OLIVER GOLDSMITH. Viz. The Traveller, The Deserted Village, The Hermit, Retaliation, Double Transformation, A New Simile, in the Manner of Swift, Songs, Elegies, Epitaphs, &c. Printed by G. Nicholson and Co. Palace Street, Manchester.
Sold by T. Knott, No. 47, Lombard-street; and Champante & Whitrow, Jewry-street, London, 1795. Bound with: THE LITERARY MISCELLANY: or, An Assemblage of Classical Beauties, in prose and verse. Imprint as above. 1796. Comprising: SATYRICAL, HUMOUROUS, & FAMILIAR PIECES. Poetry. 1. Phillip’s Splendid Shilling. A Medicine for the Ladies. Lord Chesterfield’s Advice to Lady Fanny Shirely. The Cookmaid Mary’s Letter to Dr. Sheridan. Cowper’s Facetious History of John Gilpin. A receipt to make a Love Letter. The Seeker, by Matth. Green. Imprint as above. 1795. Bound with: POEMS by William Collins, containing Oriental Eclogues, Odes, Dirge in Cymbeline, Song, &c.; with an Account of the Author. Imprint as above. 1796. Bound with: SATIRICAL, HUMOUROUS, & FAMILIAR PIECES. Prose. 1. THE HISTORY OF NICHOLAS PEDROSA. By Mr. Cumberland. ADVENTURES OF A BASHFUL MAN, from “Variety.” Imprint as above. 1795. Bound with: Moral Tales. LA ROCHE: from the Mirror. WOLKMAR AND HIS DOG: from the Spectator. INKLE & YARICO: from the Spectator. Imprint as above. 1796. Bound with: Gothic Stories. SIR BERTRAND, by Mrs Barbauld. SIR GAWEN, from the Spectator. EDWIN, from the Universal Magazine. Imprint as above. 1797. Bound with: MORAL TALES 3. EUGENIO. From The Adventurer. MR. V. From the Life of Lieut. Hen. Foley. THE BEGGAR AND HIS DOG. From the French, by F. Ashmore, Esq. Imprint as above. 1796. The seven titles bound as one in in quarter untitled calf over marbled boards with vellum tips. 136 x 85 mm. All title-pages have the inscribed name of Christian Rose. A very good clean copy. The part containing, The History of Nicolas Pedrosa, and the Adventures of a Bashful Man would appear to be extremely scarce.