London: J. Dodsley, 1788. First Edition. 4to,  38pp; bound in full contemporary limp vellum, gilt title on front board and double rules front and rerar; white moire endpapers. Ownership signature on half-title; scattered spots and marks; covers slightly soiled; a nice copy. Item #205841
The most important early work of Crabbe, which was significantly revised by Samuel Johnson. Crabbe became a significant bridge between Johnson's age and the young Romantics that followed. This is a very appealing copy, with generous margins.