Publisher: London: Printed for Nathaniel Brook, 1662.
Edition: Third edition, preceded by editions of 1659 and 1660.
Bibliographical References: Wing C-4676; NCBEL I, 1305; ESTC R1323.
Condition: A little browning to the edges of the portrait and prelims; a fine copy in original state.
Book ID: 26958
DescriptionSmall octavo, contemporary blind-ruled calf. Frontis portrait.
CommentsCleveland's major poems, with a preface by E. Williamson, elegies by other poets to Cleveland and the publication of several of his orations and essays, including the amusing character study of the university student: "Midsummer Moon: or, Lunacy Rampant. Being an University Character . . ." At the conclusion of the text is an epitaph on Cleveland by W. Winstanley: " Who with true fire a Just Poetick rage / Did scourge the Furies of this cursed Age . . ."