ADDISON, Joseph. Cato. A Tragedy, London: J. Tonson, 1713. Half title [bound with:] The Life and Character of Marcus Portius Cato Uticensis ... Design'd for the Readers of Cato, a Tragedy, London: Bernard Lintott, 1713 [and:] Observations upon Cato, a Tragedy, London: A. Baldwin, 1713 [and:] Cato Examin'd: or; Animadversions on the Fable or Plot, Manners, Sentiments, and Diction of the New Tragedy of Cato, London: John Pemberton, 1713 [and:] Mr. Addison turn'd Tory: or, The Scene Inverted ... By a Gentleman of Oxford, London: J. Baker, 1713 [and:] John DENNIS. Remarks upon Cato, A Tragedy, London: B. Lintott, 1713. Together 6 works in one volume, 4° (a few spots and some light browning), contemporary panelled calf (rubbed, scuffed and stained, some very minor worming, joints splitting), armorial bookplate of John Rawdon, the front pastedown inscribed, "Left to Jane Hannah" and in an earlier hand, "A. W. Mowbray Baillie."
With Juvenal's The Satires ... Translated into English Verse. By Mr. Dryden (London, 1693). (2)