The mouse-trap : a poem.

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Author / Creator:Holdsworth, E. (Edward), 1684-1746.
Imprint:London : Printed for E. Curll at the Dial and Bible against St. Dunstan's Church, and E. Sanger at the Middle-Temple-Gate, in Fleetstreet, 1712.
Description:[6], 23, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
Subject:Welsh -- Poetry.
Welsh -- Satire.
Welsh poetry.
Sammelbands (Provenance)
Format: Print Book
Local Note:University of Chicago Library's copy is number 2 of 6 titles bound together; bound with: [1]. Holdsworth, E. Muscipula, sive, Kambromyomaxia. Londini : E. Curll, 1709; [3]. Evans, Abel. The apparition. London and Westminster, 1710; [4]. Parnell, Thomas. An essay on the different stiles of poetry. London : Benj. Tooke, 1713; [5]. Philips, John. Cyder. London : H. Hills, 1709; [6]. Pope, Alexander. An essay on criticism. London : W. Lewis, 1713.
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Other authors / contributors:Gucht, Michael van der, 1660-1725, ill.
Knight, Eloas, active 1709, ill.
Lloyd, Robert, 1689?-1734, dedicatee.
Curll, Edmund, 1675-1747, publisher.
Sanger, Egbert, active1707-1711, publisher.
Cobb, Samuel, 1675-1713.
Notes:8vo: A-C⁴ D⁴( -D4).
Dedication "To Robert Lloyd ..." (A2r-A3v) subscribed "Magd. Coll. Oxon. 1709. E. Holdsworth."--Engr. frontis.: "E. Knight Iin. M V dr Gucht Sculp"; central figure and cat facing right. -- Following imprint: Price 6d. -- "Books lately printed for E. Curll ... and E. Sanger": p.[24] -- A satirical poem on the Welsh people, written at Sacheverell's instigation.
Foxon C250 has half-title (pi1), p.[1] is unnumbered, & 1st line is "Sing muse, the Briton, who on mountains bred"; in this copy, h-t wanting?, p.1 is numbered, 1st line is "Sing muse, the Briton, who, on mountains-bred"
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Call Number: PA8527.H6M9 1709
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