The phenix :
or, a revival of scarce and valuable pieces from the remotest antiquity down to the present times : being a collection of manuscripts and printed tracts, no where to be found but in the closets of the curious /
by a gentleman who has made it his business to search after such pieces for twenty years past.
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London : printed for J. Morphew, 1707-08.
For additional holdings, please see P3207.
A gentleman = John Dunton, the editor.
The titlepage to volume 2 reads 'The second volume of The phenix: ..'.
Tract VIII in Vol.1: "John Keymore's observations made upon the Dutch fishing..." (Goldsmiths' 4385) only, filmed on RPI microfilm set "Goldsmiths'-Kress", reel no. 263.
Library has: 1707.
Physical description: 2v. ; 8vo
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