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'An address to the deil, by Robert Burns, with explanatory notes. Illustrated by eleven first rate engravings on wood, after designs by Thomas Landseer' (London, William Kidd and Henry Constable), 1830; containing vignette of the devil's head as a headpiece, devil's tail as tail piece with pun 'the tail ends', and 7 full-page wood-engravings after Landseer. Together with illustrated title-page, frontispiece showing a man looking into the flames of hell where men are being tortured by demons and second title-page with Kidd's device. First title-page and last page of the book printed in thick paper. Bound in brown leather with gold border on covers, gold lettering on spine, marbled endpapers.
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Height: 191 millimetres (approx. sheet size of each page)
Width: 123 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See 1900,0613.154, 1900,0613.131, 1900,0613.500 and 1867,1214.448, 1900,0613.235, 1900,0613.127, 1900,0613.129, 1900,0613.130, 1874,0711.563 and 1900,0613.128 for other impressions of the images.
Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: An address to the deil
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