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London, United Kingdom: Printed for Samuel Miller, at the Sign of the Star at the West End of St. Pauls , 1678. "English poet and satirist. It secured immediate popularity, and was a special favourite of Charles II. During the Puritan Revolution he served Sir Samuel Luke, a noted officer of Cromwell. After the restoration of Charles II, he wrote his famous mock-heroic poem Hudibras (pub. in 3 parts, 1663, 1664, 1678), an envenomed satire against the Puritans in which Luke was the model for the butt Sir Hudibras." CONDITION 19th century professional rebinding in Brown polished Calf with bright Gilt ruled borders and title, blind tooled dentille to edge and inside (spine has mild rubbing) pp 285 is bright and not foxed, nice engaved armorial book plate of Granville C Cunningham also named to first blank by him, a more current name to ffep, other sl faults are copper plate script notation of odd word to 5 pages but not effecting text, small and erasure rubbing to rear pastedown, paper may have been trimmed when rebound.. First Edition. Full-Leather. Near Fine/Not Issued. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall.