Provenance: Andrew Kavanagh (old signature on title of first play)." /> BINDING -- Richard STEELE (1672-1729). <I>The Funeral: or, Grief a-la-Mode. A Comedy.</I> London: T. Johnson, 1721 [<I>bound with</I>:] Edmund SMITH (1672-1710). <I>Phaedra and Hippolitus.</I> London: Company of Booksellers, [n.d.] [<I>and</I>:] Thomas OTWAY (1652-85). <I>The Orphan.</I> London: Company of Booksellers, [n.d.]. 3-page publisher's advertisement at the end [<I>and</I>:] Colley CIBBER (1671-1757). <I>Love's Last Shift.</I> London: Company of Booksellers, [n.d.] [<I>and</I>:] Colley CIBBER. <I>The Non-Juror.</I> London: Printed for T. J., [1718]. Together 5 works in one volume, 8° (147 x 85mm). Contemporary German vellum, the covers with coloured floral designs in green, orange and black within a panelled border with a motto in German ["Die Hertzentz=pflicht ver gist nur nicht. C.E.R."] contained in a heart-shaped panel, spine with raised bands, old clasps (rebacked with old spine relaid, corners repaired, joints rubbed). <I>Provenance</I>: Andrew Kavanagh (old signature on title of first play). | Christie's