[Samuel Rowlands?], Cornu-copiae. Pasquil’s Night-cap : or, Antidot for the Head-ache. London, Thomas Thorp, 1612. Bound with, Tis Merry When Gossips Meet. London, Iohn Deane, 1609. Both reprinted by C. Whittingham at the Chiswick Press, 1819 and 1818, respectively. There are two editions of Cornu-copiae, the first from 1612, the second from 1623. The text of this reprint is taken from a comparison of both of those editions. A view of the bank-side of the Globe Theatre is on the title page. 8vo, [viii; 119 pages; printer’s device on verso of p. 119; 40 pages ; final blank] Initial and final blanks foxed, but text block is bright and clean. Bound in quarter burgundy morocco on marbled boards, gilt lettering on spine: “Ancient Humorous Poetry.”. Binding has been bumped but is secure. A very good copy.