The History of Henry Fielding - Vol. 1

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VOLUME ONE
Henry FieldingFrontispiece
From an engraving by James Basire after a sketch by Hogarth.
Facing page
Sharpham House16
From an engraving in Richard Warner's History of the Abbey of Glaston, Bath, 1826.
House Inhabited by Henry Fielding at East Stour24
Two views: from an engraving by James Basire the younger after sketches by Thomas Backett the antiquary, in the second edition of Hutchins's History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset, vol. III, 1813.
Facsimile of Title Page to The Masquerade60
From a copy of the first edition in the Library of Yale University.
Kitty Clive as Philida116
From a mezzotint by Pieter van Bleeck after his own painting, 1735.
The Friary House, Salisbury: An Exterior View164
From a photograph, April 1918.
The Friary House, Salisbury: The Dining-Room166
From a photograph, April 1918.
Facsimile of Title Page to Pasquin180
From a copy of the first edition in the Library of Yale University.
Facsimile of Title Page to The Historical Register and Eurydice Hiss'd216
From a copy of the first edition in the Library of Yale University.
Reduced Facsimiles of Pages from The Champion254-256
From an original number in the New York Public Library.
Facsimile of Title Page to Shamela306
From Horace Walpole's copy in the collection of A. S. W. Rosenbach, of Philadelphia.
Facsimile of Title Page to Joseph Andrews316
From a copy of the first edition in the Library of Yale University.
Jonathan Wild404
From an old print dated 1725.

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