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Poems written chiefly at the University of Cambridge

Marriott, James Sir

Poems written chiefly at the University of Cambridge

together with a Latin oration upon the history and genius of the Roman and canon laws, with a comparison of the laws of England, spoken in the chapel at Trinity-Hall, Cambridge, December 21, 1756.

by Marriott, James Sir

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Published by Printed by James Bettenham in [London] .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination[3], viii, viii, [1], 156 p., [1] leaf of plates :
Number of Pages156
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Open LibraryOL20828211M

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While these works differ markedly in genre, their margins demonstrate a shared fascination with the vernacular traditions of Scottish folk culture. Appendix 3 Manuscript poems inscribed in copies of Poems, written chiefly in the West Indies () (a) Cambridge University Library, c, inscribed on the flyleaf (autograph).

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