User login

Try out the NEW Eighteenth-Century Book Tracker bookmarklet.

Chatterton, Thomas - Poems, Supposed to Have Been Written at Bristol, 1777 (ESTC T42675)

Author(s): 
Chatterton, Thomas
Title: 
Poems, Supposed to Have Been Written at Bristol, By Thomas Rowley, and Others, in the Fifteenth Century; The Greatest Part Now First Published From the Most Authentic Copies, With an Engraved Specimen of One of the MSS. To Which Are Added, A Preface, An Introductory Account of the Several Pieces, and a Glossary
Place of Publication: 
London
Printer(s)/Publisher(s): 
Printed for T. Payne and Son, at the Mews-Gate
Publication Year: 
1777
ESTC Number: 
T42675
Copies/Volumes: 
Oxford University - Bodleian Library, 2799 e.288
Does not have the Advertisement at c4, though the catchword at p. xxv (c3) is "Adver."
View this text at Google Books.
View/update this volume's entry at Eighteenth-Century Book Tracker.
Oxford University - English Faculty Library, XL25.26[Poe]
With the cancel Advertisement at c4: "The Reader is desired to observe, that the notes at the bottom of the several pages, throughout the following part of this book, are all copied from MSS. in the hand-writing of Thomas Chatterton."
View this text at Google Books.
View/update this volume's entry at Eighteenth-Century Book Tracker.
Stanford University, 821.5 .C491
With the cancel Advertisement at c4: "The Reader is desired to observe, that the notes at the bottom of the several pages, throughout the following part of this book, are all copied from MSS. in the hand-writing of Thomas Chatterton."
View this text at Google Books.
View/update this volume's entry at Eighteenth-Century Book Tracker.