Rejected Addresses, or the new Theatrum Poetarum [bound with] Horace in London: Consisting of Imitations of the first Two Books of Horace.

London: Printed for John Miller; Printed for John Miller and John Ballantyne and Co., Edinburgh, 1812, 1813.

First editions. Pp. [iii]-xiii, [3],126, [1 page publisher's advertisements; xi, [1], 173 lacking half-title in first work, contents leaf of the first work on a stub. 1 vols. 12mo. Later half green morocco, spine with a neat paper label showing a printer. Rubbed, spine faded to brown, ex-library with partially removed label on title, and first leaf endpapers and blanks at front and back removed, extensive manuscript notations (some contemporary, some cropped) and identifications in pen and pencil, splashmarks on pages 34, 35 and 38 of second work, well-read, else a very good copy Sadleir 3106; 3101. Item #36549

Parodies of contemporary poets including Byron, Moore, Coleridge, Southey, Scott, and Crabbe, apparently Campbell complained of not being included. The Coleridge piece has a slip tipped on noting Coleridge's death the 25th July 1834.

Price: $150.00