Bristol: Published by the Author, 1 March - 13 May 1796. First edition. "That all may know the... Read More about The Watchman. Numbers I-X [all issued
London: Edward Moxon, 1823; 1833. First edition, first issue of the first series; first English edition of the second series. A Lovely Copy. An irresistible copy of Lamb’s classic essays. Read More about Elia. Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine. [with:] The Last...
London: Edward Moxon, 64, New Bond Street, 1831. First edition. Read More about Satan in Search of a Wife with the whole process of His Courtship and Marriage and who danced at...
London: Henry Colburn, 1816. First edition. Lady Caroline Lamb's notorious and deliriously written roman à clé, to exact her revenge on Byron for her seduction and abandonment. When our protagonist Calantha encounters Ruthven Glenarvon (i.,e., Byron), her helplessness is described thus: "The eye of the rattle-snake, it has been said..... Read More about Glenarvon
London: Henry Colburn, 1816. First edition. Lady Caroline Lamb's notorious and deliriously written roman à clé to exact her revenge on Byron for her seduction and abandonment. When our protagonist Calantha encounters Ruthven Glenarvon (i.,e., Byron), her helplessness is described thus:"The eye of the rattle-snake, it has been said, once..... Read More about Glenarvon
London: J.M. Dent and Co, 1890. Number 26 of 100 copies for America in a total of only 225 copies: 125 to be sold in England, and 100 to be sold in the United States by Macmillan. Read More about Pericles & Aspasia. Edited by C.G. Crump
London: J.M. Dent and Co, 1890. Number 62 of 100 copies for English in a total of only 225 copies: 125 to be sold in England, and 100 to be sold in the United States by Macmillan. This is Landor's most famous novel, set in the Golden Age of Greece..... Read More about Pericles & Aspasia. Edited by C.G. Crump
London: Saunders and Otley[ Ibotson and Palmer, Printers], 1836. First edition, with one line errata slip pasted in blank margin of first page of the preface. Includes "Extract of a Criticism on the Satire. From the 'Not-Gentleman's) Magazine" Read More about Satire on Satirists, and Admonition to Detractors
London: Dropmore Press, 1948. First edition, one of 300 copies. Read More about The Sculptured Garland. A Selection from the Lyrical Poems of...arranged by Richard Buxton
London: J. Dodsley, Pall-Mall, 1783. Second edition. A Paean to Books. Second edition of Crabbe’s third publication, first published in 1781 when Crabbe was destitute, under the instigation of Edmund Burke“But what strange art, what magic can dispose“The troubled mind to change its native woes?“Or lead us willing from ourselves..... Read More about The Library. A Poem
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1925. First edition. INSCRIBED to publisher John Farrar while he was editor at THE BOOKMAN, “For John, with warmest appreciation, from Amy Lowell. February, 1925” with a few pencil notes to ffep, possibly in his hand. Christmas card announcing the publication of the..... Read More about John Keats
n.p: mid 20th century. Superb Modern Calligraphic Panel on Vellum. A beautifully designed and executed panel, demonstrating the scribe's command of the major calligraphic hands. Marcus's lettering shows the influence of the great English scribe and teacher Edward Johnston, and one could hardly wish for a finer influence than that..... Read More about A calligraphic panel on vellum with a watercolor of a stem of roses surrounded by poems and...
Paris: Bernard Grasset, 1923. First edition, Number 2901 of total of 3440 copies. Inscribed. Inscribed "en ----hommage de l'auteur à Mme. ---- André Maurois." Read More about Ariel ou la Vie de Shelley
London: Richard Bentley, 1834. First edition. Read More about The Angler in Wales, Or Days and Nights of Sportsmen
8 November 1824. Moore on First Meeting Byron. Moore writes to John Wilson Croker (1780-1857), author, MP and Secretary of the Admiralty. Croker, a frequent contributor to John Murrary's Quarterly Review, is thought responsible for the savage review of Keat's Endymion which Shelley and Byron would blame for the poet's..... Read More about Autograph Letter, Signed ("T. Moore") to John Wilson Croker
New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1867. Tenniel, John. Read More about Lalla Rookh
Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1885. Édition de Grand Luxe, No. 292 of 500 copies, on Imperial Japanese paper, signed by the Art Director. Read More about Lalla Rookh. An Oriental Romance
Part of a longer poem written in probably after 1807 and published in The New Monthly Magazine in 1835 with Lord Byron's Reply (a doubtful attribution). Dr. Henry Moyes (1750-1807) was blind from small pox in infancy. "As his blindness precluded Moyes from practising medicine, he became, in Edinburgh, a...... Read More about Manuscript Poem: "A Petition from the Ladies of Edinburgh to Dr. Moyes." Twelve lines....
London: Nonesuch Press, 1925. Blake, William. First edition, Number194 of 1500 copies. Read More about The Writings of ... Edited in Three Volumes by Geoffrey Keynes
Cambridge: Macmillan & Co, 1861. First edition, third issue (with points: four notes on page 323, gothic half-title, and no price on the spine). Inscribed by Matthew Arnold to Charles Augustin Sainte-Beuve. The most famous of all English anthologies of poetry. This copy is inscribed on the half-title from England's..... Read More about The Golden Treasury of the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems
London: Printed for Private Distribution, 1880. No. 10 of 50 copies for American (of an issue of 100). Read More about The Pedigree of Percy Bysshe Shelley now First Given from the Records of the College of Arms
Boston: The Bibliophile Society. Printed for Members Only, 1907. Onw of 470 copies. Letters between Mary Shelley and the unlucky John Howard Payne, who doted on her; the letters reveal her desire to use Payne to establish a relationship with Washington Irving. Read More about The Romance of Mary W. Shelley, John Howard Payne and Washington Irving. Introduction by Henry H....
London: Richard Bentley & Son, 1889. First Edition. Read More about The Life and Letters of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
London: Printed for private circulation [for the Shelley Society], 1888. One of three copies on vellum, signed by the printers, Richard Clay & Sons. Read More about Shelley's Philosophy of Love
Paris: Emile Paul Frères, . First illustrated edition, one of 1600 copies, this being no. 1107, on Vélin de Rives. Maurois’ fine interpretation of Shelley. Read More about Ariel ou la Vie de Shelley
New York: Bangs & Co, 24-28 May 1897. Fine Collection of Shelley and Shelleyana. “Mr. Frederickson, about 20 years ago conceived the idea of having the larger portion of his buying concentrated on Shelley. We say…that this Shelley library is the most remarkable ever collected in this country” (Preface signed..... Read More about Catalogue of the Library of the late Charles W. Frederickson. A Carefully Selected and Valuable...