PITT, Christopher (1699-1748). Poems and Translations, London: Bernard Lintot and Arthur Bettesworth, 1727. 8° (196 x 121mm.). Wood-engraved headpieces and ornaments. Contemporary panelled calf, spine with red morocco lettering-piece. (Lightly rubbed and stained, a few scuff marks). Foxon p.583.
JACOB, Hildebrand (1693-1739). The Works ... with the Fatal Constancy, a Tragedy; and Several Pieces in Prose. The greatest Part never before publish'd, London: W. Lewis, 1735. 8° (198 x 128mm.). Wood-engraved headpiece, errata leaf at end. Contemporary mottled calf, spine with tan morocco lettering-piece. (Joints split, rubbed, spine cracked, some erosion to head and foot of spine). Foxon p.384: "500 copies printed."
With 16 other works in 25 volumes including A Collection of Poems. By Several Hands (London, 1748, 3 vols.), The Works of the most celebrated Minor Poets (London, 1749, 2 vols.), The Muse's Mirrour. Being a Collection of Poems (London, 1778, 2 vols.), Richard Jago's Poems, Moral and Descriptive (London, 1784) and George Huddesford's The Poems ... Now First Collected. Including Salmagundi, Topsy-Turvy, Bubble and Squeak, and Crambe Repetita (London, 1801, 2 vols. in original boards). (27)