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    Randolph, Thomas. Poems: with the Muses Looking-Glass, And Amyntas: Whereunto is added, The Jealous Lovers. By Tho. Randolph, M.A. late Fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge. The Fifth Edition with several Additions Corrected and Amended. Oxford: for F[rancis] Bowman, 1668. 8vo. A-2F8. [28], 436p. Contemp. calf, gilt rules, rebacked and cornered, title in gilt on red leather label, booklabel of "W. A. Pope" on front paste-down, several early leaves are darkened, corner of A5 and margin of R2 restored (no text affected), some foxing. Old owner's name "James Augustus Whitley" on A3r. "Fifth Edition." From the Krown & Spellman Collection.
    Krown & Spellman retail: $450

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    9th Thursday
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