(21 cm), xxxv (1), 373 (3) pp. Publisher’s cloth, dust jacket (torn without loss). - The novels are by Arthur Blackamore (Luck at last: or, the happy unfortunate), [William Pittis] (The Jamaica lady: or, the life of Bavia), Eliza Haywood (Philidore and Placentia: or, L’amour trop délicat), and Mary Davys (The accomplished rake: or, Modern fine gentleman). ¶ Very good, unmarked copy.
(24 cm), vi (2), 585 (1) pp., frontispiece, plates. Publisher’s cloth, dust jacket. Twenty-six contributions and a “Selected bibliography of Frederick A. Pottle”, Professor of English at Yale, and Boswell specialist. ¶ Small defects to dust jacket; a good, unmarked copy.
(21 cm), xx, 151 pp. Publisher’s printed wrappers (paperback). - With introduction (”Fielding as playwright”) and valuable appendices. ¶ Rust-stain from paperclip; otherwise a very good, unmarked copy.
(22.5 cm), xxx, 682 pp., frontispiece. Publisher’s cloth, dust jacket. - The poems are presented in chronological order of composition. The editor uses the text established by Harold Williams (Clarendon Press, 1937; second edition, 1958), incorporating Swift’s final corrections, made for the collected edition of 1735. ¶ Fine, unmarked copy.