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The Poetical works of Thomas Warton, with the life of the author (Bound with: The Poetical Works of Richard Glover, with the life of the author)

Author:
Thomas Warton (British, 1688?–1745)
Author:
Richard Glover (British, London 1712–1785 London)
Draftsman:
Warton frontispiece drawn by John Thurston (British, Scarborough, North Yorkshire 1774–1822 Holloway, London)
Engraver:
Warton frontispiece engraved by Abraham Raimbach (British, London 1776–1843 Greenwich)
Designer:
Warton plate designed by John Thurston (British, Scarborough, North Yorkshire 1774–1822 Holloway, London)
Engraver:
Warton plate engraved by Cosmo Armstrong (British, Birmingham 1781–1836)
Designer:
Glover frontispiece designed by John Thurston (British, Scarborough, North Yorkshire 1774–1822 Holloway, London)
Engraver:
Glover frontispiece and second plate engraved by Anker Smith (British, London 1759–1819 London)
Draftsman:
Glover plates drawn by John Thurston (British, Scarborough, North Yorkshire 1774–1822 Holloway, London)
Engraver:
First and third Glover plates engraved by Charles Warren (British, 1766/67–1823 East Hill, Wandsworth, London)
Publisher:
Warton and Glover published by Charles Cooke (British, 1759/60–1816)
Printer:
Warton printed by J. D. Dewick (British)
Printer:
Glover printed by J. Wright (London)
Published in:
London
Date:
[1800?]
Medium:
Illustrations: engraving on copper
Dimensions:
5 3/4 x 3 5/8 in. (14.6 x 9.2 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of William E. Baillie, 1920
Accession Number:
20.90.2
Not on view
Marking: Bookplate on inside front cover: Robert Louis Stevenson, / Skerryvore.
Robert Louis Stevenson (Scottish, Edinburgh 1850–1894 Upolu, Samoa)(ex libris); William E. Baillie (20th century); Donor: William E. Baillie (20th century)
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