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Fragmenta aurea : a collection of all the incomparable peeces / written by Sir John Suckling ; and published by a friend to perpetuate his memory ...
Suckling, John, Sir, 1609-1642
London : Printed for Humphrey Moseley, and are to be sold at his shop ... , 1646.
, 119, , 82, 64, , 52 p.,  leaf of plates : port. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
Behrman, Howard T. (Howard Taft), 1912-
Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834
Frederickson, Charles William, 1823-1897
VanderPoel, Halsted B.
Pirie, Robert S.
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Each division in the contents has special title page.
Signatures: A⁴ [2nd]A-G⁸, H⁴, [3rd]A-[2nd]E⁸, [2nd]F⁴, [4th]A-[3rd]D⁸, [5th]A-[4th]C⁸, [4th]D⁴ (A4 a blank)
Princeton copy 3 Imperfect: portrait wanting; lacks Actus V of Aglaura; t.p. of The goblins torn.
Princeton copy 1 Full calf, gilt spine.
Princeton copy 2 (Ex) 3948.7.335 copy 2: Bound at the Club Bindery, New York City, in the late 19th century. Red crushed morocco, gold-tooled with onlaid black hollow-lozenge within a border.
To the reader
Letters to divers eminent personages: written on several occasions
An account of religion by reason. A discourse upon occasion presented to the Earl of Dorset
The goblins. A comedy
Brennoralt. A tragedy.
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Princeton copy 3 Charles Lamb's annotated copy; the annotations reflect Lamb's interest in the influence of Shakespeare on Suckling.
Princeton copy 3 Lot 48 at Bartlett & Welford's private sale of Lamb's books (February, 1848) purchased by [--] Woodman for 5 dollars.
Princeton copy 3 Provenance: Halsted B. VanderPoel (Christie's London, 3 March 2004, lot 106) -- Collection of Robert S. Pirie, Sotheby's NY, 2 Dec. 2015, lot 988 (acquired by Pirie from Bernard Quaritch).
Princeton copy 1 Gift; John H. Scheide, Class of '96.
Princeton copy 2 Gift; Howard T. Behrman, 1986.
Behrman Coll. of Amer. Lit., p. 260.
Frederickson, C.W. Catalogue of the library of the late Charles W. Frederickson 964
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