Commencement, A Poem: or Rather Commencement of a Poem. Recited before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, in their Dining Hall, in Cambridge, Aug. 29, 1811. By A Brother [pseud] [bound with:] Re-Re-Commencement: A Kind of Poem: Calculated to be recited before an "Assemblage" of New-England Divines, of all the various Denominations; but which never was so recited, and in all human probability never will be. By a Friend of Every Body and Every Soul. WILLIAM BIGLOW.

Commencement, A Poem: or Rather Commencement of a Poem. Recited before the Phi Beta Kappa Society, in their Dining Hall, in Cambridge, Aug. 29, 1811. By A Brother [pseud] [bound with:] Re-Re-Commencement: A Kind of Poem: Calculated to be recited before an "Assemblage" of New-England Divines, of all the various Denominations; but which never was so recited, and in all human probability never will be. By a Friend of Every Body and Every Soul.

Publisher: Salem: Printed by Thomas Cushing, 1811 [&] 1812.
Edition: First editions.
Bibliographical References: Stoddard & Whitesell 943 and 977; American Bibliography 22394 and 24872; Sabin 5344 and 5348.
Condition: Very good copy.
Book ID: 25680

Description

4to, two volmes in one, later wrappers with a manuscript title on the upper wrapper, 8 pages [&] 8 pages.

Comments

Two of William Biglow's mock-heroic poems on graduation and education. Biglow's occasional verse was later collected in Sawney, Redivivus et Restauratus (Boston, 1816).

Price: $275.00