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Rair E. 261
"A rare volume:"
MS. note by W. Dyce in his copy at 5. Kensingtow
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POE M S.
The WANDERER, a moral Poem.
The BASTAR D.
BY THE LATE
RICHARD SAVAGE, Efq.
To which is prefixed
Giving fome ACCOUNT of them.
Printed for J. TURNER, near the Tower; and fold by all
[Price Two Shillings fewed.]
T may perhaps be expected I should give
fome Account of the unfortunate Author of the following beautiful Poems; but as this is already done in a masterly Manner, by the excellent Author of the Rambler, I shall refer my Readers to that elegant Writer for the Series of Misfortunes, and remarkable Circumstances which distinguished the Life of Mr. Savage, and only speak of the feveral Pieces now before us.
The Wanderer was published by Mr. Savage in 1729, at a Period of his Life when he was furrounded by Affluence and Plea