Coryats crudities hastily gobbled up in five moneths trauells in France
|Creator:||Coryate, George, -1607 Coryate, Thomas, ca. 1577-1617|
anno Domini 1611.
Printed by W[illiam] S[tansby for the author],
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The t.p. is engraved by William Hole, and is followed by a supplementary printed t.p., which contains the imprint, reading: Three crude veines are presented in this booke ...
"Posthuma fragmenta poematum Georgii Coryati" has separate title page with imprint: Londini, Anno Domini 1611.
Imprint from leaf following engraved title page, which reads: Three crude veines are presented
Imperfect: engr. t.p. and Strassburg clock plate (facing p. 468) slightly bled.
"A character of the authour" and "Acrostic by Ben Jonson" bound after the "Epistle to the reader".
A3 is a cancel leaf, with additional text. 3A4 is also a cancel, and a different type setting. Bookplate of [Herschel?] V. Jones; former owners: Algernon C. Swinburne, T. Watts-Dunton, W.T. Spencer, Mr. Brooks.
98 p.l., 655 (i.e. 695),  p., 2 l. illus., 4 plates (3 fold.), port., coat of arms. 22 cm.
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