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Rossetti subsequently edited and reprinted some of them, making substantial changes in the text along the way. Bentley Portland: Mosher, Tall 8vo, xx, 59pp, including 17 woodcuts after Blake and vignettes by Selwyn Image. Original boards rebacked, printed paper label, fine in very good printed white dust jacket. The woodcuts the only ones WB ever did are here reproduced for the first since since their original appearance in Samuel Palmer said of the woodcuts: "They are visions of little dells, and nooks, and corners of paradise: models of the exquisitest pitch of intense poetry.

I thought of their light and shade, and looking upon them found no word to describe it. Intense depth, solemnity, and vivid brilliancy only coldly describe them. There is in all such a mystic and dreamy glimmer as penetrates and kindles the inmost soul, and gives complete and un reserved delight London: Bernard Quaritch, Original green cloth elaborately blocked in gilt with designs after Blake, top edges gilt.

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Bentley "The enthusiasm and comprehensiveness of this work are of considerable historical importance The biography is by him. Blake, William. London: Henry Colburn, This interesting collection of biographical anecdotes about and around Nollekens by the keeper of prints and drawings at the British Museum includes a section on Blake in vol. II, pp. Of great interest is the listing of Blake's books and prints in the collection of Richard Thomson, with sufficient detail to merit being regarded as a preliminary bibliography; Smith also touches on Blake's techniques of print-making.

Many well-known anecdotes about Blake and his wife appear here for the first time. Brown cloth, gilt lettered on red morocco spine label, front hinge starting, otherwise good. Haywood BLOT, Professor. London, Ont. Brown cloth, blindstamped ruled borders and dec.

Much more than documents.

One of "two works from which [Canadian] historians can extract useful material" ibid. OCCLH, p. London: Kegan, Paul, Trench, Miles VI. London: Longman, Hurst, Hartnoll pp. London: Edward Bull, Original boards, paper spine labels worn, lacks ffep in vol.


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His knowledge of the theatre is apparent in his biographies of famous actors" Hartnoll p. This is one of the most substantial early biographies of a leading and scandalous English actress of the 18th century. Lowe Lowndes p. NCBEL London: Printed for Awnsham Curchill, White after Titian.

Shakespeare utilized several of the tales in his plays and over fifty other English plays of the period drew from the Decameron. Lowndes I, p. Wing B Together with a Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides. London: Bickers and Son, Later quarter green morocco over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine, black stamped ornaments, fine. Bowring , noted linguist, political writer, and traveller, was the friend, biographer and compiler of the works of Jeremy Bentham, founder of the radical philosophical journal, Westminster Review, which Bowring edited and managed.

Prior to the edition under notice, Bowring published Batavian Anthology, as well as translations of Polish, Serbian, Russian, and Magyar poetry, ultimately writing thirty-six books including works on Siam, China, and the Philippines. Allibone I, p. London: Elliot Stock, Plain wrappers with onlaid bookplate, untrimmed, some wear to spine, otherwise very good. Not found in the standard references, nor in NUC. Olive linen, half cream parchment, spine lettered in gilt, edges uncut. A fine copy.


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  5. McKay Hatchard, Modern quarter calf over marbled boards. Binding fine, marginal foxing throughout text. Overall, very good. The Maniac, written by Bristow, is an allegorical poem, somewhat Gothic in tone, about the recent Irish Rebellion Bristow is sympathetic to the Irish cause, and her epilogue to the poem runs, "Unfortunately, there is not much of exaggeration in this melancholy tale. Instances of insanity, from distresss of mind, occurred during the late unhappy rebellion in Ireland: and scenes similar to that here represented, as having occasioned that catastrophe, were, alas!

    The writer has only blended circumstances; scarcely heightened any. This ingenuousness of this claim is vitiated by two facts: first, the name of the author is not supplied, whereas authorial attributions are made for the other poems translated within this book; second, Bristow writes that her copy of the original French was "very scarce" and that it was "the only one that had then reached this country. They best polish the manners; they impress the sentiment of decorum; they are the true preceptors in elegance and refinement of taste.

    Men who know how to prize them as they ought to be prized, are rarely barbarians. The Maniac and the The Merits of Women are followed by several other poems. The book is quite rare: only one copy, at the Huntington, is found in NUC. By Currer Bell. London: Smith Elder, It was rejected by several publishers, until Mr. Williams of Smith, Elder, was sufficiently impressed to encourage Charlotte to continue writing; the result was Jane Eyre and her subsequent novels.

    Parrish p. Sadleir Wise 8. New York: Charles L.

    Webster, Frontis by Dan Beard. Cloth a bit spotted, soiled and darkened; a very good copy. A presentation copy, inscribed in pencil on the front free endpaper, "Julian Hawthorne, from The Author. Late in his life, Hawthorne settled in Pasadena; there is perhaps a California connection between the two authors.

    Wright III, Browing, Robert. London: Swan Sonnenschein, New York: C. Francis, Barnes E2.

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    Printed wrappers. Fine copy. The cost of printing the pamphlet was paid by the Brownings and the proceeds were given to the Ragged Schools. It has been suggested that the format of this pamphlet inspired that used by Thomas J. Wise and Buxton Forman for many of their forgeries of 19th century pamphlets. Broughton A Ashley I, London: Smith, Elder, Quite scarce. A fine copy, entirely unopened. Broughton, p. Wise Illustrated by James D. Dillingham, Besides this volume extolling the beauties of Yosemite Valley he wrote a poem and a guidebook on the Hudson River.

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    Rocq A Bank Holiday Interlude. London: Robert Buchanan, []. Black cloth with red letter and silver embossed design of a contemplative devil on upper cover. Signature of Paul Jordan Smith on front free endpaper, manuscript annotation on final flyleaf, extremities slightly rubbed. Small 8vo, ix, 97, 4, ads pp. In The Spectator for Sept. A famous and very public war centered around this book; included in the school was Charles Baudelaire and, while the bulk of the text is concerned with Rossetti and the Pre-Raphaelites, there is an interesting and lengthy note on Walt Whitman.

    Buchanan , one of the most prolific authors of his day, who published, apart from poetry and criticism, a novel almost every year and produced a large number of his own plays. Ashley I, p. Tinker London: Privately printed, White cloth, gilt lettered and ornamented, teg, partially unopened, mild soiling, otherwise near fine. Shadwell, and the notorious John Wilmont, Earl of Rochester, whose explicit Sodom, or the Quintessence of Debauchery, is definitely not to be found in the present collection of gallantiana. A very nicely produced volume. With Memoir and Bibliographical Notes.

    Illustrations by W. Gunston and others. Engraved by R. London: John Walker, Gunston et al. Delivered Under The Similitude of a Dream. Complete in Two Parts. Newton, Dr. Hawker, and Others. Boston: Isaiah Thomas, Jun. Publisher Isaiah Thomas, Jr. Tall 8vo, xii, pp, frontispiece. Cambridge: W. Metcalf, London: Printed for the Author, The pamphlet, of legendary rarity, contains a short but clear account of the main rites connected with the pilgrimage.

    Penzer writes of the great rarity of this pamphlet and knew of only 6 copies in Penzer p.