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William Shakespeare: A collection of poems : viz. I. Venus and Adonis. II. The rape of Lucrece. III. The passionate pilgrim. IV. Sonnets to sundry notes of musick  s:en:Index:Shakespeare Collection of Poems.djvu
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London : Printed for Bernard Lintott, at the Cross-Keys between the Two Temple Gates in Fleet-street
A collection of poems : viz. I. Venus and Adonis. II. The rape of Lucrece. III. The passionate pilgrim. IV. Sonnets to sundry notes of musick
The publication history for the edition of the Poems printed for Bernard Lintott is complicated. Three states have been identified. State 1: A vol. lacking "vol." designation was individually issued in July 1709, followed by the second vol. identifying itself as "the second volume" in Feb. 1711. The two vols., issued at different times, had no general t.p. State 2: The two vols. were immediately re-issued together with an undated general t.p. in 1711, with the same setting of type. State 3: The two vols. were re-issued again together with an undated general t.p., ca. 1711, lacking the first vol. t.p., with slight changes to dates on the divisional poem title pages. A later undated issue published ca. 1712, not cataloged on this record, has a different imprint which includes O. Lloyd--Folger Shakesepeare Library catalog
Language English
Publication date 1709
publication_date QS:P577,+1709-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
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