Gilbert, An Amatory Rural Poem (London, 1809) with a FORE-EDGE PAINTING of Blackfriars Bridge and St. Paul's. (2)" /> FORE-EDGE PAINTINGS -- James THOMSON (1700-48). <I>The Seasons, Hymns, Ode, and Songs.</I> London: A. Wilson, 1809. Small 8° (165 x 100mm). 4 wood-engraved plates (some spotting and staining). Contemporary tan straight-grained morocco gilt (rubbed, some staining). <I>Provenance</I>: Ann Fox, 1811 (signature); "Bound by Taylor & Hessey" (inscription). WITH A FORE-EDGE PAINTING OF RICHMOND BRIDGE. The poet James Thomson was born in Richmond (Surrey). With James Templeman's <I>Gilbert, An Amatory Rural Poem</I> (London, 1809) with a FORE-EDGE PAINTING of Blackfriars Bridge and St. Paul's. (2) | Christie's