The Decameron of Giovanni Boccacci, now first completely done into Engl. prose and verse by J. Payne (1886)
John Howard Payne (June 9, 1791 – April 10, 1852) was an American actor, poet, playwright, and author who had most of his theatrical career and success in London. He is today most remembered as the creator of "Home! Sweet Home!", a song he wrote in 1822 that became widely popular in the United States, Great Britain, and the English-speaking world. After his return to the United States, Payne spent time with the Cherokee Indians. He published accounts that suggested their origin as one of the Ten Lost Tribes of ancient Israel. In 1842, Payne was appointed American Consul to Tunis, where he served for nearly 10 years until his death. Payne was a distant cousin of the American parlor song composer Carrie Jacobs-Bond, born 10 years after Payne's death.
The fourth part of the Institutes of the laws of England: concerning the jurisdiction of Courts ... Authore Edw. Coke. - Printed at London : by M. Flesher for W. Lee, and D. Pakeman, 1644. - , 364,  p.,  c. di tav. : 1 ritratto ; 2°. - ((Frontespizio xilografico....
Text in English with quotations and examples in Greek.; Signatures: [A]² (-[A]1) B-E⁴ F² (-F2; F2=[A]2?).; Errata on t.p. verso.; Bookseller's advertisement at foot of leaf F1v.; Includes bibliographical footnotes.; Ornament on t.p.; ESTC,. T34420; Microfilm.; Woodbridge,...
Edition: 2; 2nd ed.
With preface and annotations by Thomas Wright ... With ten drawings by Cecil W. Paul Jones and seven photographs; "Strictly limited to two hundred ordinary copies and twenty-five large paper copies."
by John Payne; with an introduction by Thomas Wright
Repr. from the 9th vol. of the complete work.