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Creator:
Marriott, James, Sir, 1730?-1803.
Title(s):

Poems written chiefly at the University of Cambridge : together with a Latin oration upon the history and genius of the Roman and canon laws, with a comparison of the laws of England, spoken in the chapel at Trinity-Hall, Cambridge, December 21, 1756 ...

Published/Created:
[London : Printed by James Bettenham, 1760]
Physical Description:
2 p.., viii, viii p., 1 leaf, 156 p. front., ill. 24 cm.
Holdings:
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR3545 M965 A17
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Copyright Status:
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Classification:
Books
Notes:
BAC : Front. and illustrations by A. Walker, Major, and J. Millar, after the author.
Published in London, according to the British Museum Catalogue; added t.-p. has imprint.
Dedicatory poem "To the Queen" signed by Marriott with note at end: "Published in the collection of the University of Cambridge, 1761."
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