THE DEATH OF MARQUESS CAMDEN, LATE CHANCELLOR OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, A POEM WHICH OBTAINED THE CHANCELLOR'S MEDAL AT THE CAMBRIDGE COMMENCEMENT, M.DCCC.XLI.

Cambridge: Excudit J. Gul. Parker, 1841. 13,[1]pp. Octavo. Extracted from nonce pamphlet volume. Half (or cover)-title present but detached. About fine. Item #WRCLIT82132

First edition. OCLC locates five copies in North America, all of them evidently divorced from the actual context, which is established by the cover leaf: PROLUSIONES ACADEMICAE ... M. DCCC.XLI. The entries in COPAC and OCLC for the BL copy do reference the cover-title, but also cite its appearance in the collective: A COMPLETE COLLECTION OF THE ENGLISH POEMS WHICH HAVE OBTAINED THE CHANCELLORS GOLD MEDAL, vol. 1. 1859. OCLC:13307565.

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