Proposals for printing by subscription, A collection of original poems

Publication Date1754
RemainderBy Samuel Derrick. Subscriptions are taken in by Messrs. R. and J. Dodsley, in Pallmall; R. Manby, in the Old Bailey; P. Vaillant, in the Strand; H. S. Cox, and J. Bouquet, in Pater-Noster-Row, Booksellers in London; by Messrs. Whetstone and Edmonds, Booksellers in Dublin; by Mr. F. Gentleman, and by the Author. Conditions. I. That the Work, which has already met considerable Encouragement, shall be put to the Press as soon as Two Hundred are subscrib'd for. II. That it shall be printed on a superfine Paper, and an elegant Letter. III. The Price to Subscribers is Six Shillings, three to be paid at the Time of Subscribing, and three on Delivery of the Book, sew'd in Blue Paper. IV. A few will be printed off for the Curious on Royal Paper, and deliver'd, neatly bound, at Ten Shillings and Six-Pence each; 5 s. to be paid on subscribing. V. The Subscribers Names shall be printed. Receiv'd from the Sum of being the first Subscription for Volume of Poems, by


MoEML Location(s)

Mon Dec 04 19:54:47 CST 2023