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Farquhar, George, 1677?-1707, The complete works of George Farquhar , MCMXXX 
The complete works of George Farquhar : in two volumes / edited by Charles Stonehill.
- Additional Title(s):
Half-title: Works of George Farquhar
- Bloomsbury : The Nonesuch Press, 16 Great James Street, W.C., MCMXXX 
Plymouth : William Brendon and Son, Ltd., 
- Physical Description:
- 2 volumes ; 26 cm
- Reference LibraryPR3435 A1 1930 (LC)Accessible in the Reference Library [Hours]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- "This edition has been printed and made in England for the Nonesuch Press. It is limited to 900 sets of two volumes on machine-made paper (numbered 101 to 1000) and 100 sets on English hand-made paper (numbered 1 to 100)."--Verso of title page.
Dreyfus, J. History of the Nonesuch Press, 66
BAC: British Art Center copy 1 is no. 41 of 900. One of 100 copies on English hand-made paper. Bound in quarter vellum with yellow and brown batik paper covered boards.
BAC: British Art Center copy 2 is no. 467 of 900. Bound in dark blue quarter buckram wih light blue paper covered boards.
- Subject Terms:
- English fiction.Hilles, Frederick Whiley, 1900- -- Provenance.Private press books -- England -- London -- Specimens.
- Private press books (Publishing) -- England -- London.
- v. 1. Introduction. Love and a bottle. The constant couple, or A trip to the jubilee. Sir Henry Wildair, being the sequel to the Trip to the jubilee. The inconstant, or, The way to win him. The twin rivals
- v. 2. The stage-coach. The recruiting officer. The beaux stratagem. The adventures of Covent-Garden. Correspondence. Love and business in a collection of occasionary verse and epistolary prose. A discourse upon comedy. Love's catechism. Three epilogues, with a prologue and miscellaneous poems. Barcellona.
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