1802. London: Strahan for the author, 1802.
Large 4to, , (iv-xx), , 2-112 pp, (pages 61-112 printed music). With a hand-colored engraved frontispiece, drawn by Ibbetson and J. Smith and engraved by Rowlandson, and an uncolored tailpiece. Original leather-backed boards, printed label, all somewhat worn but sound.
§ Vol. two complete in itself of a three-volume set that opened with “Musical and Poetical Relicks...” (1784) and ended with “The Bardic Museum” (1820). Further volumes were planned but never completed due to Jones’s death in 1824. Included in this volume are grammatical rules of Welsh poetry, Bardic triads, British proverbs, odes and verses, and a dialogue between Arthur and Guinevere. Item #110658