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Poem, verses in Latin and English, Drunken Barnaby's Four Journey to the North of England, by Richard Brathwaite, 1638, published by William Williamson, Bride Street, Dublin, Ireland, 1762.
The edition has the Latin and English verses facing each other on recto and verso, even and odd, pages.
source type:- Brathwaite 1638
book feature (English pages):- title page & preface (pp.3-4) & errata (p.7) & introduction (p.9) & text (odd pp.11-131) & addendum (Bessy Bell, odd pp.133-137) & index (6pp) & advertisement (1pp)
inscription:- printed title page
Drunken BARNABY'S / FOUR JOURNEYS / TO THE / NORTH of ENGLAND. / In Latin and English Verse. / WITTILY and MERRILY (though above / One hundred Years ago) composed; found / among some old musty Books, that had a long / time lain in a Corner; and now at last made / public. / TO WHICH IS ADDED, / BESSY BELL, with a compleat INDEX. / Hic est quem quaeris, ille quem requiris, / Toto notus in Orbe Britannus. HOR. / Barnabus Ebrius. / / DUBLIN : / Printed for WILLIAM WILLIAMSON, Wholesale- / Stationer and Bookseller, at Mercanus's-Head, in / Bride-Street, MDCCLXII.
inscription:- printed start of text
The Famous / Barnaby Harrington's / TRAVELS to the NORTH, / Four Times backward and forward. / ...
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