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The Remarkable Story and Sudden Death of a Cock-Fighter Who Died on the Pit Hill as He Was About to Descend Into a Coal-Pit: Together With a Copy of Verses Upon the Occasion; By the Famous Poet, William Cowper, Esq

Cowper, William
Format
Book
Published
London : Printed and sold by John Evans, No. 42, Long-lane, Westsmithfield, sold also by F. Collins, No. 60, Paternoster-Row, and by J. Nisbet, 15, Castle-street, Oxford-street, [ca. 1810]
Language
English
Variant Title
Remarkable story and sudden death of a cockfighter
Description
8 p. ; 18 cm.
Notes
  • Title vignette.
  • Cowper's poem (1st line: Where Humber pours its rich commercial stream) first published in The Arminian Magazine, Jan. 1783 (p. 51-53) under title: A tale founded on a fact.
  • "The following authentic account of the melancholy death of another cock-fighter, presents an awful contrast to the foregoing.": p. 6-8.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Scott Collection. Fund.
Cited in
Russell, N. Bibl. of Wm. Cowper to 1837, 253.
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    a| Remarkable story and sudden death of a cockfighter
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    a| Title vignette.
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