Bristol: Published by the Author, 1 March - 13 May 1796. First edition. "That all may know the... Read More
Liverpool: The Liverpool Booksellers, 1911. First edition.
London: Chatto & Windus, 1907. First edition.
London: Printed for John Stockdale, 1793. First Stockdale edition and first with the Blake plates, first issue with the long 's' throughout. With 12 Plates by Blake. A tall copy in contemporary binding of the Stockdale edition of Gay’s Fables with 12 engravings by Blake, who freely adapted his source...
London: George Bell and Sons, 1904. First edition. FIRST STUDY OF BLAKE BY A WOMAN.
London: Trainon Press for the William Blake Trust, 1970. Copy Number 50 of 882 copies.
New York: The Beechhurst Press, . One of 2500 copies. Facsimile of the "Rinder" copy. Printed in France.
London: Quaritch, 1886. No. 40 of 50 copies, signed by Muir. Muir Facsimile. Includes the title-page and All Religions are One, and Muir's own version of the missing plate b5. The "Preface," dated 1886, indicates that the facsimile is based on plates "in the British Museum [copy A] and from...
[Edmonton: 1885]. No. 39 of 50 copies, on Hodgkinson wove paper. Muir Facsimile.
London: Bernard Quaritch, 15 Piccadilly, 1893. First Edition, limited to 500 copies. There was a large paper edition (One of 150) bound in leather but the regular edition, as here, is more desirable on account of the lavish gilt publisher’s binding. Superb Set of the Yeats & Ellis Edition of...
Bath: R. Cruttwell, 1789. Second edition, "corrected, with additions" The second edition of Bowles' sonnet sequence, which was a major source of inspiration for a young Samuel Taylor Coleridge and helped revive the sonnet form in English.The first edition, published as Fourteen Sonnets, Elegiac and Descriptive, in 1789, is exceedingly...
Iowa City: University of Iowa [Printed at the Torch Press], . First edition.
Inscribed below portrait:"for Mr. J.L. Eraham jr.Sustained and soothedByron unfalterng trust approach thy graveLike one who wraps the drapery of his couchAbout him, and lies down to pleasant dreams.November 18th 1864. W.C. Bryant."The last lines of his most famous poem Thanotopsis.
New York: December 24, 1838. William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878) was an American romantic poet, a lawyer, a journalist, and an editor of the Washington Post. His most famous poem (from his youth) is "Thanatopsis" but he is perhaps better known for his journalistic enterprises, in which he was one of...
London: Thomas Davison, 1819. First edition. A finely bound first edition in 4to format of the first two cantos of Byron's Don Juan, a work that eventually spanned to 16 cantos in 6 volumes.
London: Printed by S. Gosnell … for Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 1813. First edition. This poem was for Byron something of an experiment, which is why he adopted a pseudonym. After a rather lukewarm reception, Byron disowned the poem entirely. A small cache of uncut copies was discovered at some...
London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street, 1818. First edition, second issue (see Wise for list of ponts). In the author's estimation, the most successful canto of his masterpiece.
London: John Murray, 1821. First edition, first issue.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, .
London: John Murray, 1816. First edition, (presumed) first state with recto of E8 (p. 61) blank and with both Murray’s list of Byron’s poems and the imprint on p. 62. Souvenir of Geneva. “There are seven pillars of Gothic mold”Byron's very free interpretation of the imprisonment of sixteenth century Genevan.....
Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin, (1905). Cambridge Edition.
Newark: S. & J. Ridge, 1807. First edition, Large Paper (second issue), with half-title. LARGE PAPER. Byron's first regularly published book, following the privately printed Fugitive Pieces and Poems on Various Occasions. This copy has the second issue points as follows: leaf D3 (i.e., pp 21-22) is not a cancel;...
London: John Murray, 1821. First edition, second issue, with 6 pp addenda at back; 2500 copies of the entire edition printed. The recipient of the letter was its publisher, John Murray.
London: Printed for Charles Knight, 1824. First edition. Dallas was a miscellaneous writer of modest talent who became friendly with Byron partly on the strength of his sister's marriage to Byron's uncle, George Anson Byron. Byron gave Dallas some letters he had written to his mother during his eastern travels...
London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street, 1833. Third edition.
[London]: Printed [by the Curwen Press] for the First Edition Club, 1925. First Edition, no. 479 of 500 copies printed. ‘every book and pamphlet which Byron is known to have written’. Elegantly produced catalogue of the major Byron exhibition mounted by the First Edition Club in 1925. Though not the...