London, Eng : Printed for and by the author, Selma in Morven, and Published by Him, 1871; 120 pages with full-text search [?]
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|Creator||Lidstone, James Torrington Spencer|
|Title||The third sixteenth Londoniad (complete in itself) : giving a full description of those principal establishments in the capital of England which are the most suitable for Canada etc ; being the continuation of an university great prize poem on the arts, also containing pieces on some of the most celebrated personages in United Kingdom and in Canada, forming altogether episodes in a grand national poem on the arts / by James Torrington Spencer Lidstone, of Torquay, Devon, late of Toronto and Ottawa, Upper Canada|
|Published||London, Eng : Printed for and by the author, Selma in Morven, and Published by Him, 1871|
|Document source||Toronto Public Library|
iv, 112 pages : illustrations
Chiefly in verse
"'Dulcique animos novitate tenebo'--Ovid "