Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss. Edward Ward, or Ned.
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss
Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss

Hudibras Redivivus, or a Burlesque Poem on the Times, in Twenty Four Parts, with An Apology and some other Improvements throughout the Whole; to which is now added, The Rambling Fuddle-Caps: or a Tavern Strugle for a Kiss

London: Printed for John Wren, Ca. 1722. Hardcover. Approximately 8 x 6.5 inches. Stated Fourth Edition, with general title page, but each part without any separate title pages. Two volumes in one, with the first volume ending with Part XII, Canto XVII and the second volume concluding with Part XII, Vol. 2 and succeeded by "The Rambling Fuddle-Caps." Each canto is around 20-28 pp. Bound in contemporary dark brown calf boards, well rubbed and worn with some old cello-tape still on the boards and recent cloth covering to spine and recent spine label, contents good to very good, but if there was a portrait (mentioned in some listings for some editions), it is not present here; otherwise, it appears to be complete. Good. Item #H16284

Price: $150.00

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