The Praise of Folly

The Praise of Folly

Made English From the Latin of Erasmus. By W. Kennet, of S. Edm. Hall, Oxon. Late Lord Bishop of Peterborough. Adorn'd With Forty-eight Copper-plates, Including the Effigies of Erasmus and Sir Thomas More. All Neatly Engraved From the Designs of the Celebrated Hans Holbeine. To Which Is Prefix'd, A Preface by the Translator

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Publisher: London : printed for R. Dodsley, in Pall-Mall; H. Chappelle, in Grovesnor-Street; J. Jolliffe, in St. James's-Street; W. Sare, in Long-Acre; O. Payne, in Popes's-Head Alley, Cornhill; C. Marsh, in Round Court, in the Strand; and F. Noble, in St. Martin's-Court, 1740
Edition: The sixth edition
Characteristics: [22],xvi,iii-vi,184,[4]p.,plates : ports. ; 12⁰

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