Goldsmith, Oliver; Pope, Alexander; Duncombe, John; Oglilvie, John. The Traveller and Edwin and Angelina, by Oliver Goldsmith; The Pleasures & Pursuits of Human Life, by Alex. Pope Esq.; Evening Contemplations in a College, by Mr. Duncombe; Ode to Evening, by R. Ogilvie, &c., &c. (Roach's Beauties of the Poets, No. II.). London: J. Roach, 1795. 
Full calf, red calf title label (Roach's Extract), rear joint cracked with board partly detached, 15.5 cm (6 x 4 inches), text block tight. 4 engraved frontis & title pages, 4 sections of 60 pp. each. This is four books in one, the other three titles are listed below. Dampstains to the first and last few leaves, front free end papers nearly detached. Good. Hardcover.
The other three items are:
1. - Roach's Beautiful Extracts of Prosaic Writers, No. IV. (1795) The way to Wealth, by Franklin; The dangerous effects of a wrong Education, by Griffiths; Yorick's Death, by Sterne; On the Great Historical Ages, by Voltaire; The Charcter of Francis the 1st, by Robertson; The Story of Obidah or the Journey of a Day, by Johnson; Mercy Recommended, by Sterne.
2. - Roach's Beauties of the Poets, No. II. (1794) Sir Eldred of The Bower and Bleeding Rock, by Miss Hannah More; The Splending Shilling, by John Philips; Scenes of My Youth and Damon and Alfreda, by John Rannie. &c.
3. - Roach's Beauties of the Poets, No. X. (1794) The Minstrel, by Dr. Beattie; The World Contemplated at a Distance, by Cowper; On Mr. Abraham Cowley's Death and Burial amongst the Ancient Poets, by Denham., &c.