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The campaign: a poem to His Grace the Duke of Marlborough
By Mr. Addison.
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|Pagination||16 p. 19 cm.|
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The appointment was gazetted early in November, and a month later the verses were ready. On 14 December Tonson published The Campaign, a Poem, to His Grace the Duke of Marlborough. By Mr. Addison in a folio of twenty-four pages. It was a defining moment in the author's career: second and third editions were soon required, and even the. THE CAMPAIGN, A POEM, To His GRACE the DUKE of MARLBOROUGH. () AN ODE TO Dr. HANNES, An Eminent PHYSICIAN and POET. () AN ODE To the Learned Dr. Thomas Burnett, AUTHOR of The Theory of the EARTH. (); TO That GREAT-THINKER, Dr. THOMAS BURNET, On His SACRED THEORY of the EARTH. ().
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