See the Tale of Louisa, in Poems & Essays by the late Miss Bowlder of Bath./ Louisa While thus with agonizing Sighs They view'd the fatal place, Louisa's mild, yet steadfast Eyes Were fix'd on Henrys face. Louisa My life! my joy! my only love! A voice at distance cries: That voice her inmost soul could move She starts with wild surprise.
London Pubd. April 10th. 1789 by J.R..Smith, No. 31, King Street Covt. Garden.
Pair of stipple engravings, printed in dark sepia. Each plate 495 x 380mm. A minor crease on each plate.
[Ref: 4298] £420.00