Addison, Joseph, 1672-1719. The campaign: a poem, to His Grace the Duke of Marlborough. By Mr. Addison. London: printed for Jacob Tonson, 1705 [1704]. [4],23,[1]p. ; 2⁰. (ESTC N26484; Foxon A27; OTA K014868.000)



    By Mr. ADDISON.

    — Rheni pacator & Istri.
    Omnis in hoc Uno variis discordia cessit
    Ordinibus; laetatur Eques, plauditque Senator,
    Votaque Patricio certant Plebeia favori.
    Claud. de Laud. Stilic.

    LONDON, Printed for Jacob Tonson, within Grays-Inn Gate next Grays-Inn Lane. 1705.

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