SOMERVILLE, William (1675-1742). Field-Sports. A Poem. Humbly Address'd to His Royal Highness the Prince, London: J. Stagg, 1742. 2° (349 x 215mm). 14 pages. Schwerdt II, p.168. [bound with various other works, namely:] The Whole Proceedings ... against Simon Lord Lovat, for High Treason (London, 1747), Chivalry, No Trifle -- or, The Knight and his Lady (Dublin, 1747), An Epistle to the Right Honourable William Pultney Esq; Upon his late Conduct in Publick Affairs (London, 1742, second edition), Ovid's The Art of Love (London, 1745), The St. James's Beauties: or the Real Toast. A Poem (London, ?1747), The Alarm. A Poem addressed to all Lovers of our Constitution in Church and State: Occasioned by the Present Rebellion in Scotland, and the Approaching Invasion (London, 1745), William Whitehead's Atys and Adrastus, A Tale (London, 1744), Abram Ben Saddi's The Chronicle of the Queen of Hungary (London, [n.d.]), Is this the Truth? A Poem (Newcastle, [n.d.]), The Universal Passion. Satire I. To His Grace the Duke of Dorset (London, 1725). Contemporary speckled calf (joints split, rather rubbed and scuffed). Provenance: Sr. Robt. Eden, Bart. (armorial bookplate).