The select works of Mr. John Dennis, in two volumes: consisting of plays, poems, &c. I. Iphigenia, a Tragedy. II. Liberty Asserted, a Tragedy. III. Appius and Virginia IV. Plot and No Plot, or Jacobite Credulity, a Comedy. V. Grounds of Criticism in Poetry. VI. To Mr. Dryden, upon his Translation of the third Book of Virgil's Georgicks: Pindarick Ode. Vii. To a Painter drawing a Lady's Picture. Viii. The Court of Death, on the Memory of Q. Mary. IX. The Passion of Byblis. X. The Monument sacred to the Best of Kings, K. William III. XI. Britannia Triumphans, or a Poem on the Battel of Blenheim. XII. The Battel of Ramillies, a Poem. XIII. On the Accession of King George. XIV. Priestcraft dangerous to Religion and Government. XV. Essay on Publick Spirit. XVI. Essay on the Operas, &c. To which is added, Coriolanus, the invader of his country: or, The Fatal Resentment, a tragedy.

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London: printed for J. D. [John Darby] and sold by D. Browne, W. Mears, S.Illidge, F. Clay, T. Bickerton, T. Corbet, W. Chetwood, and T. Payne, 1721.
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A reissue of the sheets of vol.2 of 'The select works' London, 1718, with the addition of 'The invader of his country'which has a separate titlepage, dated 1720, pagination and register.

Possibly issued with vol.1 of the 1718 edition.