Three odes. To which is added, the Miss and the butterfly, a fable, in the manner of the late Mr Gay

TitleThree odes. To which is added, the Miss and the butterfly, a fable, in the manner of the late Mr Gay
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1739
CityEdinburgh
LibraryClements Collection National Art Library
Call NumberCLE R6
BindingBound in calf with stamp 1 on the covers and stamp 2 at the head of the spine in gold
BookplateBookplate of Percival Hinton, 1923
Stamp(s): 
Stratford, Edward, 2nd Earl of Aldborough  (Stamp 1)
Dimensions:
Arms Quarterly 1 & 4. Barry of ten a lion rampant (Stratford) 2. Two lions combatant supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist in chief three estoiles in base waves of the sea therein naiant a salmon (O'Neill) 3. A sword erect between four crosses patty fitchy (Paul) impaling Per pale three lions rampant (Herbert) Supporters Dexter A winged female figure representing Fame holding a trumpet and Sinister An olive branch and a man in complete armour with a sword, shield and tilting spear Crest An arm in amour embowed holding a scimitar