• Media type: E-Book
  • Title: Virgil's Pastorals : translated into English prose; as also his Georgicks, with such notes and reflexions as make him appear to have wrote like an excellent farmer. To which is added, an appendix, shewing Scotland's chief and principal worldly interest. By James Hamilton Schoolmaster in East-Calder
  • Contributor: Virgil [Author]; Virgil [Other]; Virgil
  • Published: Edinburgh: printed by W. Cheyne, in Craig's Closs opposite to the Cross. Sold by J. Traill and G. Crawford, Booksellers in the Parliament-Closs; and by J. Barry bookseller in Glasgow, 1742
    Online-Ausg.: Farmington Hills, Mich: Cengage Gale, 2009
  • Other titles: Bucolics. <engl.>
    Virgil: Bucolics. <engl.>
  • Extent: Online-Ressource (xvi,123,[1];60p); 8°
  • Language: English
  • Reproductino series: Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Type of reproduction: Online-Ausg.
  • Place of reproduction: Farmington Hills, Mich: Cengage Gale, 2009
  • Reproduction note: Electronic reproduction; Available via the World Wide Web
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  • Keywords: Latin poetry Translations into English Early works to 1800 ; Pastoral poetry, Latin Translations into English Early works to 1800
  • Footnote: English Short Title Catalog, T139770
    Reproduction of original from British Library
    The appendix has separate pagination and register
    With a list of subscribers
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