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    John Lydgate. The Pilgrimage of the Life of Man Englished by John Lydgate From the French of Guillaume de Deguileville. London: Nichols and Son, 1905. First edition. Quarto. With list of the members of the Roxburghe Club on inserted sheet. Publisher's quarter brown roan over purple boards. A very good copy.

    More Information: John Lydgate. The Pilgrimage of the Life of Man Englished by John Lydgate From the French of Guillaume de Deguileville. London: Nichols and Son, 1905. First edition. Quarto. lxxvii, xvi, 736, [1, printer's slug], [1] pages. With list of the members of the Roxburghe Club on inserted sheet. Uncut and unopened. Publisher's quarter brown roan over purple boards, gilt spine lettering. Some sunning to top of boards and light foxing to first and last signatures. Overall, a very good copy; uncut and in the original binding.

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