HISTORY Of FAIR ROSAMOND, Otherwise Eleanor Clifford; and Her Royal Paramour, Henry the Second, King of England. With an Affecting Account of her Melancholy and Horrible Death, at the Hands of the Injured Queen Eleanor in the Bower of Woodstock.
Glasgow: Printed for the Booksellers, . 1st printing (presumed - date taken from OCLC). 24 pp. Contains poem "Alonzo the Brave" on pp. 22-24. Woodcut of Rosamond to the front cover. 7" x 4-1/2". Beige printed paper. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. Modest wear to wrappers, light age-toning and rubbing to edges. Binding string visible. An about VG example. Item #40606
OCLC records 5 institutional holdings of this item (UF, Illinois State University, Public Library of Cincinnati, Cambridge & University of Glasgow).
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