London: Henry Colburn, 1816. First edition. Lady Caroline Lamb's notorious and deliriously written roman à clé to exact... Read More about Glenarvon
London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill, 1850. First edition, 16 pages of ads at back of Vol.I is dated May, 1850. Read More about The Autobiography of Leigh Hunt; with Reminiscences of Friends and Contemporaries
London: Various publishers, 1840. First editions. Read More about A Legend of Florence a Play in Five Acts. WITH: Haynes, James Mary Stuart, An Historical Tragedy....
London: Smith, Elder, 1847. First Edition. Read More about Men, Women, and Books; A Selection of Sketches, Essays, and Critical memoirs, from his...
London: Freemantle & Co at 217 Piccadilly, 1902. Number 35 of 150 copies, signed by the artists Edmund Sullivan, C.A. Shepperson, Herbert Railton. With a tipped in Autograph Letter, Signed, from Leigh Hunt to Isaac Latimer of the Plymouth and Davenport Journal. Read More about The Old Court Suburb; or, Memorials of Kensington, Regal, Critical, and Anecdotical
London: Moxon, 1832. First edition. The Poetical works features "a long ‘gossiping’ preface in which Hunt reflects on imagination, versification, rhyme, and his own poems in the volume" (ODNB). Read More about The Poetical Works
London: Chapman and Hall, 1846. First Edition. Read More about Stories from the Italian Poets
Philadelphia: David McKay Company, . First Wyeth Edition, First Issue with top edge gilt. One of Wyeth's most desirable book. Read More about Rip Van Winkle
London & New York: Macmillan & Co, 1910; 1913. One of 50 copies on Fabriano hand-made paper. The only two issues published until the revival of the journal in the 1950s. Vol. I contains a catalogue of the library at the Keats-Shelley Memoiral. Read More about Bulletin of the Keats-Shelley Memorial Rome. No. 1 [… No. 2, all issued
London: for Taylor and Hessey, 1818. First edition, first issue. First edition, first issue, of the second of only three lifetime publications by Keats, comprising his longest single sustained poem, famous for its opening line: “A thing of beauty is a joy for ever”. This copy has the first issue..... Read More about Endymion
London: for Taylor and Hessey, 1818. First edition, second issue with imprint on verso of half-title reading "T. Miller, Printer, Noble Street, Cheapside." and with errata leaf in two states. First edition, second issue, a superb copy in original boards of the second of only three lifetime publications by Keats..... Read More about Endymion: A Poetic Romance
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1938. The Hampstead Edition, number 892 of 1050 sets, signed by John Masefield and H. Buxton Forman. Read More about The Poetical Works and Other Writings … edited by H. Buxton Forman. Revised with Additions by...
London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, . Read More about The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited with an Introduction and Textual Notes by H. Buxton Forman
14 Hanley Place [London]: 13 December 1840. The famous poet, philanthropist, friend of Coleridge, Wordsworth, Lamb, the Brownings, et. al. -- apologizes profusely for not answering "your kind letter of last winter"; and after several explanations of the lapse of time, "All this is to make myself out sufficiently meritorious..... Read More about Autograph letter signed, to "Mrs. [John] Hughes" [mother of the Thomas Hughes?],...
London: T. Bensley for John and Arthur Arch, 1798. First edition. First edition of this early publication of Lamb, to that point his most substantial collection. Thirteen of the poems are by Lloyd and seven by Lamb, including "The Old Familiar Faces" Read More about Blank Verse
London: Printed by T. Davison, Whitefriars, for the Juvenile Library, No. 41, Skinner-Street, Snow Hill, 1808. First edition. An adaptation for children from Chapman's edition of Homer, done following the popularity and success of “Shakespeare's Tales”. Read More about The Adventures of Ulysses
[Concord, Mass]: Arranged and put into type by Will Bradley, and issued from the Sign of the vine, 1904]. First thus. Read More about A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig
London: Thomas Davison for Taylor and Hessey (vol. 1); Bradbury and Evans for Edward Moxon (vol. 2), 1823; 1833. First edition of the first and First English edition of the second. IN ORIGINAL BOARDS. The celebrated essays of Charles Lamb (1775-1834) in original condition, with distinguished Philadelphia provenance. Read More about Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine [And:] The Last...
London: J. M. Dent and Co. 69 Great Eastern Street, 1888. Read More about The Essays of Elia & The Last Essays of Elia. Edited by Augustine Birrell
London: Printed by T. Plummer, Seething-Lane for G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, 1802. First edition. Lamb's first play and Mary's first appearance in print. Pages 106-7 contain Mary Lamb's poem "Helen", her first appearance in print. At the end are some "Curious Fragments extracted from a common-place book" ascribed to..... Read More about John Woodvil A Tragedy. ... To which are Added, Fragments of Burton
London: Charles Tilt, Fleet Street, 1836. "Tile's Miniature Classical Library" (half-title). Read More about Rosamund Gray, A Tale: and other Pieces
London: Edward Moxon, 1849. Read More about Rosamund Gray, Essays, Poems, Etc
London: Printed by the Golden Cockerel Press for Frank Hollings, 1928. Number 296 of 500 copies. Read More about A Tale of Rosamund Gray and Old Blind Margaret: With Introduction by R. Brimley Johnson
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea, and Carey, 1828. First American Edition of Elia, True First and First American Edition of Elia. Second Series. “Elia” (volume one) is a reprint of the original London edition. “Elia. Second Series” (volume two) is an unauthorized edition. The true “Second Series” was not published in England..... Read More about Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine [with] Elia. ...
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Carey, 1828. First edition. The American precedes the English issue of the Second Series. This is an unauthorized edition. The true “Second Series” was not published in England until 1833 under the title of “The Last Essays of Elia.” The editor of this present edition mistakenly..... Read More about Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine. Second Series
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea and Carey, 1828. First edition. The American precedes the English issue of the Second Series. IN BOARDS. This is an unauthorized edition. The true "Second Series" was not published in England until 1833 under the title of "The Last Essays of Elia." The editor of this present..... Read More about Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine. Second Series