Manuscript copy of the third edition, published in 1810, of Byron's English bards and Scotch reviewers...a satire , inscribed 'With Miss Wilson's respectful compliments'. This is followed by a 22-line poem, entitled 'Enigma', and comprising a riddle on the letter H, by C.M. Fanshawe.
Byron's English bards and Scotch reviewers
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English bards and Scotch reviewers...a satire , was written by George Gordon Noel Byron, 6th Baron Byron of Rochdale, and first published by James Cawthorn of London in 1809.
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Bought from K.J. Bredon in 1965.
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10" x 8"; watermarked 1816.
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