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British and Commonwealth Literary Studies


British Poetry of the Romantic Period Catalog

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1
A. Farewell Address, delivered by Mr. Ward, April 5, 1811, in the Theatre-Royal, 
Manchester.  Manchester: Aston, Printer. [1811] 
Quarto in 2s. Single folded sheet as issued. 1 p. Piece torn from blank leaf. Ms. 
notes on verso blank leaf and in margins. 
	Johnson 1. The Johnson copy. 
2
ABBOT (Charles) Verses sacred to the memory of the most noble Francis Duke of 
Bedford, who died March the 2d. 1802. By Charles Abbot, M.A., F.L.S. Vicar of 
Oakley Raynes, Bedfordshire, and late Fellow of New College, Oxford. Bedford: 
Printed and sold by W. Smith. May be had of Messrs. Crosby & Co., London, and 
of the principal booksellers in the country. 1802 
Quarto in 2s and 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey boards. Paper label on spine. 
9 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 267. Johnson 2. The Johnson copy.
3
ABBOTT (Thomas Eastoe) The Soldier's Friend; or, memoirs of Brunswick; a poem, 
sacred to the memory of His Royal Highness Frederick, Duke of York and Albany, 
Commander-in-Chief of all His Majesty's forces. Hull: Printed and sold by I. 
Wilson, Lowgate; sold also by Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court, and 
W. Sams, St. James's-Street, London; Harwood and Hall, Cambridge; Parker, 
Oxford; Rodford and Co., Hull; Wolstenholme, York; Barnaby, Malton; Cole, 
Scarbro'; Scaum, Beverley; Forth, and Furby and Co., Bridlington; Barker, 
Dereham; and all other booksellers. 1828 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full red morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked 
in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. 72 pp. Frontispiece. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. List of subscribers (6 pp.). Contains the errata. Some 
scattered foxing. Spine 
dulled. Covers a little worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 541. Johnson 3. The Johnson copy.
4
ABDY (Mrs. [Maria]) Poetry. The greater part of these verses have appeared at 
various times, in different magazines and annuals. (For private circulation).  
London: Printed by J. Robins and Sons, Southwark. 1834
Octavo. Contemporary full russia, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spines 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles.  Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering 
piece. 78 pp. Author's presentation copy (verso of upper free endpaper). Rubbed. 
Spine repaired. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Abdy 1.  
5
ADAMS (M.) A Parody on the Political House that Jack built: or the real house 
that Jack built. With fourteen cuts. London: Published by C. Chapple, Pall-Mall, 
1820 [Printer: J. Johnson, Printer, Brook Street, Holborn]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Spine blocked in 
black. Unpaginated. Illustrated.  
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
6
ADAMS (Thomas) The Poetical Works of Thomas Adams, Warkworth: consisting 
of The Battle of Trafalgar, and some miscellaneous pieces. Alnwick: Printed by 
and for W. Davison. 1811 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century 1/2-red 
morocco, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and  
gilt. Raised bands. 208 pp. 1/2-title. Spine rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 5.
7
[ADAMSON (J.)(Ed.)] The Marriage of the Coquet and the Alwine. Newcastle upon 
Tyne: Printed by S. Hodgson, Union-Street. 1817
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Seal of the Signet Library blocked in gilt on upper cover. 8 pp. Vignette 
on title-page. Ex-Signet Library copy. Upper hinge cracked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 421. 
8
[ADDISON (Richard)] Carmina Excerpta; or, Gleanings from the writings of Richard 
of Raindale, the Moorish Bard. Hull: Printed by J. Hutchinson, 36 Scale-Lane, 
1833
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper covered boards, 
rebacked. Paper label on spine. [146] pp. Frontispiece.  6 pp. of advertisements 
at end. Some scattered foxing. Worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 572. Johnson 165. The Johnson copy.
9
ADDISON (Mrs.) Poetry on Different Subjects, by Mrs. Addison. With a few lines 
by Mr. Addison to a niece. Scarborough: Printed at the Office of G. Broadrick, 
Newburgh Street, Scarborough. [1812] 
12mo in 8s. First edition. Bound in cream paper covered boards. Paper label on 
spine. 16 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. Johnson 6. The Johnson
	copy.
10
[ADOLPHUS (John Leycester, of St. John's College)] Niobe: a prize poem, recited in 
the Theatre, Oxford, in the year MDCCCXIV. [Oxford: 1814] [Printer: Bertell and 
Norman, Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 6 pp. 
11
THE AGE. A poem. In eight books. London: Hurst, Chance, & Co., St. Paul's Church-
Yard. 1829  [Printer: Bradbury and Dent, Printers, Warwick-Lane]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on 
spine. 298 pp. Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on verso of U5. Hinges cracked. 
Spine faded and a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 543. 
12
THE AGE; a poem: moral, political, and metaphysical. With illustrative 
annotations. In ten books.  London: Printed for Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, 31, 
Poultry. 1810 [Printer: James Cundee, Printer, Ivy-Lane, Paternoster-Row, 
London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. 316 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine 
sunned and a trifle frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 335. 
13
[AGG (John)] The R---l Lover; or, a D-ke defeated: to which is added, a farther 
attempt at making love, by the same illustrious personage. A poem. By Peter 
Pindar, Jun. Sixteenth edition. London: Published by E. Wilson, 88 Cornhill. 1813 
[Printer: Maurice, Printer, Howford-Buildings, Fenchruch-Street]
Octavo in 4s. Sixteenth edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Label on upper 
cover. 19 pp. Ms. notes to text.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
14
[AGG (John)] Three R---l Bloods; or, a lame r----t, a darling commander, and a 
love-sick admiral. A poem. By Peter Pindar, Jun. Thirteenth edition. London: 
Published by E. Wilson, 88, Cornhill. 1813  [Printer: Maurice, Printer, Howford-
Buildings, Fenchruch-Street]
Octavo in 4s. Thirteenth edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Label on 
upper cover. 27 pp. Ms. notes to text.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
15
[AGG (John)] Turning Out; or, St. S------'s in an Uproar; containing particulars of 
the death and resurrection of the heaven-born ministers; or, the pilots that 
weathered the storm. A poem. By Peter Pindar, Jun. London: Published by 
Effingham Wilson, 88, Cornhill. 1812 [Printer: G. Hazard, Printer, 49, Beech-
Street, London]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Label on upper 
cover. 24 pp. Ms. notes to text. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 365.
16
[AGG (John)] Lord Byron's Farewell to England; with three other poems, viz. Ode 
to St. Helena, To my Daughter, on the morning of her birth, and To the Lily of 
France. London: Published by J. Johnston, 98, Cheapside, and 335, Oxford-Street, 
and sold by all booksellers. 1816 [Printer: Hamblin and Seyfang, Printers, 
Garlick- Hill]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-blue calf, linen textured boards, a.e.g. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. [32] pp. Lacks 1/2-title. 1 
p. of advertisements at end.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Wise, Byron, II, p.69. 
17
AIKIN (J.) Poems. London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church Yard. 
1791 [Printer: No imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-calf, marbled boards, uncut. 136 pp. 
Spine a little frayed.
 	Jackson, Annals, p. 168. 
 
18
AIKMAN (James) Poems, chiefly lyrical, partly in the Scottish dialect. Edinburgh: 
Printed for Macredie, Skelly, and Muckersy, 52, Prince's Street; Brash and Reid, 
Glasgow; and T. and G. Underwood, London. 1816 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label 
on spine. 253 pp. Dated ink signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Some 
scattered foxing. 
 	Jackson, Annals, p. 410. 
 
19
[ALEXANDER (Disney)] Horë Poeticë, or poems, with notes. By a Retired Physician. 
London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co. 1837 [Printer: Rowland Hurst, Printer, 
Wakefield]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original brown morocco grain cloth. Gilt 
lettering piece. [183] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Author's signed dated 
presentation copy (upper paste-down endpaper). 
	Johnson 9.
 
20
ALLAN (Robert) Evening Hours: poems and songs. By Robert Allan, Kilbarchan. 
Glasgow: David Robertson; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; and Simpkin, Marshall 
and Co., London. 1836 [Printer: Paterson, Printer, Glasgow]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original dark green patterned sand grain 
cloth. Paper label on spine. [227] pp. 
	Johnson 11. The Johnson copy.
 
21
ALLEN (Robert) The Parricide, a tragedy, in five acts, as it was performed at 
the Theatre Royal, Bath. Bath: Printed by Wood, Cunningham, and Smith, Union-
Street. 1824
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 99 pp. 
Slight scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 12. The Johnson copy.
 
22
THE AMULET or Christian and literary remembrancer. London: W. Baynes and 
Son, and Wightman and Cramp. 1827 [Printer: No printer's imprint]. 
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original green full morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. [414] pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette on title-page. Eight plates. Two facsimiles. A trifle scuffed.
	Faxon 1052. Contains poetry by Montgomery, Mrs. Hemans, W.L. Bowles,
	Bernard Barton, Miss Mitford and John Clare.
 
23
THE AMULET; or Christian and literary remembrancer. London: W. Baynes & Son, 
and Wightman & Cramp. 1828 [Printer: London: Littlewood & Co., Old Bailey].
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original green silk covered boards, a.e.g. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Card slip-case. [432] pp. Presentation leaf. Frontispiece. Vignette title-
page. Eleven plates. 4 pp. of advertisements at end.  
	Faxon 1053. Faxon's copy differs in pagination having only 418 pp. 
	Contains poetry by Coleridge, Montgomery, Clare, 
	Barton and Hood.
 
24
THE AMULET, or Christian and literary remembrancer. Edited by S.C. Hall. 
London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis, and Wightman & Co. 1829 [Printer: 
London: R. Clay, Printer, Devonshire Street, Bishopsgate]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original green silk covered boards, a.e.g. Spine blocked 
in gilt. [396] pp. Frontispiece. Engraved vignette title-page. Presentation leaf. 11 
plates. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Tail of spine a little chipped. Card slip-case. 
	See Faxon 1054. Faxon gives a different pagination. Contains poetry by 
	Mrs. Hemans, Montgomery, John Clare and Coleridge.
 
25
THE AMULET. A Christian and literary remembrancer. Edited by S.C. Hall. 
London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 1832 [Printer: London: Printed by 
John Westley and Co., Ivy Lane]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original full black morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 318 pp. Presentation leaf. Frontispiece. Vignette 
title-page. Eight plates. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. Dated ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. Lower hinge cracked.
 	Faxon 1057. Faxon calls for one more plate but in fact it is a tailpiece. 
	Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans and Cornwall.
 
26
THE AMULET. A Christian and literary remembrancer. Edited by S.C. Hall. 
London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 1833 [Printer: John Haddon and Co., 
27 Ivy Lane]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original full black morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 312 pp. Frontispiece. Additional engraved 
title-page with vignette. Eight plates and 2 vignettes in text. 1 p. of 
advertisements at front. 5 pp. of advertisements at end.
	Faxon 1058. Contains poetry by Coleridge.
 
27
THE AMULET. Edited by S.C. Hall. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 
1834 [Printer: J. Haddon and Co., 27 Ivy Lane]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 318 pp. Frontispiece. Ten plates. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Ink inscription on verso of upper free endpaper. Hinges cracked. Piece missing 
from spine. 
	Faxon 1059. Contains poetry by Leigh Hunt.
 
28
THE AMULET. Edited by S.C. Hall. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 
1835 [Printer: London: J. Haddon and Co. Doctors' Common]
Octavo. First edition. Original sand grain cloth, a.e.g. Rebacked. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 286 pp. Frontispiece. Nine plates. One plate loose. 
Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. 
	Faxon 1060. Contains poetry by Cornwall and Hogg.
 
29
THE AMULET. Edited by S.C. Hall. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis, 
Stationers' Hall Court. 1836 [Printer: London: J. Haddon and Co., Doctors' Common]
Octavo. First edition. Original full black morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 304 pp. Frontispiece. Nine plates. Ink inscription 
on title-page. Hinges repaired. 
	Faxon 1061. Contains poetry by James Hogg.
 
30
THE AMULET: an elegant literary present. Edited by Charles Cecil. Illustrated 
with steel engravings. London: Published by R.A. Charlton; J. Cumming, Dublin; J. 
Campbell, Glasgow; and all booksellers. n.d. [Printer: W.J. Sears, Printer, 4, Ivy 
Lane, Newgate Street]. 
12mo in 6s. First edition. Original red roan, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 320 pp. Frontispiece. 5 plates. Rubbed and a 
little frayed.
	Not in Faxon.
 
 
31
ANDERSON (Edward) The Sailor; a poem.... By Edward Anderson, Many years 
Master of the Jemima, in the Lisbon Trade. Eleventh edition. Hull" Printed for the 
author, by John Hutchinson, Silver-Street. 1825 
Octavo in 6s. Eleventh edition. Uncut in the original plain blue paper wrappers, 
stitched as issued.  72 pp. Dated ink inscription on title-page. Wrappers frayed. 
	First published in 1800. This edition not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 15.
	The Johnson copy.
 
32
ANDERSON (R.) Poems on Various Subjects. By R. Anderson, of Carlisle. Carlisle: 
Printed by J. Mitchell, for the Author, and sold by W. Clarke, New Bond-Street, 
London. 1798
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf, rebacked, original 
backstrip laid-down. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece. [228] 
pp. Contains the errata. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,362. Jackson, Annals, p. 229. 
 
33
ANDERSON (R.) Ballads in the Cumberland dialect, chiefly by R. Anderson, with 
notes and a glossary; the remainder by various authors, several of which have 
been never before published. Wigton: Printed by R. Hetherton, and sold by B. 
Crosby and Co., Stationsers' Court, London and by F. Jollie and Sons, Carlisle. 1808 
Octavo. New edition. Contemporary green crushed morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 258 pp. Frontispiece. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Edges slightly rubbed.
	First published in 1805. NCBEL III,362. Jackson, Annals, p.316. Johnson 18.
	The Johnson copy.
 
34
ANDERSON (Robert) Ballads in the Cumberland Dialect, by Robert Anderson and 
others, with notes; and remarks on the manners & customs of the Cumberland 
peasantry; to which is added the Borrrowdale Letter. Carlisle: Printed for John 
Jollie; and sold by Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; Mozley, Derby; and most other 
booksellers. 1823  
12mo. in 4s. New edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. 84 pp. Edges rubbed.
	First published in 1805NCBEL III,362. Jackson, Annals, p. 489. Johnson 19.
	The Johnson copy.
 
35
ANNETTE DELARBRE AND OTHER POEMS. Exter: Printed by Trewman and Co., 
High Street. 1824 
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 110 pp. Edges 
rubbed. Hole rubbed in title-page, text affected, rubbing out the pseudonymous 
attribution.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 23. The Johnson copy.
 
36
THE ANNIVERSARY; an elegant literary present. Edited by Horace Harvey; and 
illustrated with beautiful engravings on steel. London: Published by R. A. 
Charlton; and sold at all booksellers. n.d. [Printer: W.J. Sears, Printer, 4 Ivy Lane, 
Paternoster Row]
Octavo. First edition. Original red embossed ribbed grain cloth, rebacked, a.e.g. 
Covers blocked in blind. 312 pp. Frontispiece. Seven plates. Covers and edges 
rubbed.
	Faxon 1065. Faxon does not give a date. 
 
37
THE ANNIVERSARY; or, poetry and prose for MDCCCXXIX. Edited by Allan 
Cunningham. London: Published by John Sharpe, Duke Street, Piccadilly. 1829 
[Printer: Chiswick: Printed by C. Whittingham]
Octavo. First edition. Original green moire cloth covered boards, a.e.g. 
Rebacked. Spine blocked in gilt. 320 pp. Frontispiece. Two presentation plates. 
Vignette title-page. Sixteen plates. Worn. 
	See NCBEL III,718. Faxon 1066. Contains poetry by Montgomery, Clare,
	Hogg, Southey and Cornwall. 
 
38
ANSTER (John) Xeniola. Poems, including translations from Schiller and de la 
Motte Fouque. By John Anster, LL.D., Barrister at Law. Dublin: Milliken and Son, 
Grafton-Street; booksellers to the University. Longman, Rees, Orme, and Co., 
London. 1837 [Printer: Printed by R. Geaisberry]
Octavo. First edition. Original patterned diagonal grain cloth, uncut. Paper label 
on spine. 174 pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements on verso of 1/2-title. Spine 
faded. Covers a little faded. 
	NCBEL III,363. 
 
39
ANSTICE (J.) Selections from the Choric Poetry of the Greek Dramatic Writers. 
Translated into English verse by J. Anstice, B.A. Professor of Classical Literature 
at King's College, London, and late Student of Christ Church, Oxford. London: B. 
Fellowes, Ludgate Street. 1832 [Printer: London: R. Clay, Printer, 
Bread-Street-Hill]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind and 
gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind insided dentelles. Raised bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. 246 pp. School prize binding with dated presentation on upper 
fly-leaf.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 570. 
40
ARCHER (W.J.) The Two Brothers; or villany detected. A tragedy. By W.J. Archer, 
of Maryport. Workington: Printed by William Dixon. 1824 Octavo in 6s. First 
edition. Uncut in the original blue printed paper wrappers. 71 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 24. The Johnson copy. 
 
41
ARMINIUS Reinstatement of the Commander in Chief. Stockton: Printed by and 
for Christopher & Jennett; and for Messrs. Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, Poultry, 
London. 1811 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Stitched as issued, uncut. 43 pp. Partly unopened. Ink 
signture on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson cites an edition of [1812] as the first. 
	Johnson 747. The Johnson copy.
 
42
[ARMSTRONG (William)] The Effusions of a Youthful Mind. Commenced in the 
twelfth year of his age, and concluded before the writer first went to Eton, in 
1828. Penzance: Printed by T. Vigurs, Book-seeler, etc. 1828 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full green calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. 48 pp. 
Ms. notes to text. Ink signature of author's sister on upper fly-leaf. Long ink 
inscription on upper fly-leaf describing history of this copy. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 26. The Johnson copy.
 
43
ARNOULD (Joseph) Hospice of St. Bernard. A prize poem recited in the Theatre, 
Oxford, June 10, MDCCCXXXIV. By Joseph Arnould, Wadham College. Oxford: 
Published by J. Vincent. 1834 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Raised bands. 19 pp. Frontispiece. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endaper. A little scuffed. Bound with: CONGRATULATORY 
ADDRESSES....1834. [item 257]
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson cites a volume with this title and date but 
	another author and publisher, perhaps another prize poem. 
 
44
ASH (Charles) The Hermit of Hawkstone: a descriptive poem. Bath: Printed by 
Meyler and Son, Abbey Church-Yard; and sold also by G. and S. Robinson, 
Paternoster-Row, London, and most other booksellers. 1816
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original light drab paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. [102] pp. Spine worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 406. Johnson 29.
 
45
ASHFIELD (C.R.) The Protestant Cause, and other poems. By the Rev. C.R. Ashfield, 
one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the County of Bucks. Aylesbury: 
Printed by J. May, Martket-Place.1829 
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. 108 
pp. Backstrip chipped. Edges a little rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 32. The Johnson copy.
 
46
ATHERSTONE (Edwin) The Last Days of Herculaneum; and Abradates and 
Panthea. Poems. London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row. 
1821 [Printer: C. Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge-Street, London]
12mo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Evidence of gilt lettering piece. 137 pp. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Spine and edges rubbed. Spine repaired.  
	NCBEL III,363. Jackson, Annals, p. 470. 
 
47
ATHERSTONE (Edwin)  A Midsummer Day's Dream. A poem. London: Printed 
for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row. 1824 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Raised bands. [174] pp. Frontispiece. Two plates. Upper cover 
scuffed and spine slightly rubbed.
	NCBEL III,363. Jackson, Annals, p. 504.
 
48
ATKIN (John) Jonah Tink, a poem. By John Atkin, of North Muskham, 
Nottinghamshire. Newark: Printed for the author, by S. & J. Ridge; sold by 
Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row, London. 1823 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards, paper 
label on spine. 122 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 35. The Johnson copy.
 
49
THE AURORA BOREALIS, a literary annual. Edited by members of the Society of 
Friends. Newcastle upon Tyne: Charles Empson, Collingwood-Street; London: 
Charles Tilt, Fleet-Street. 1833 [Printer: Newcastle: Printed at the Courant Office 
by J. Blackwell and Co.]
Octavo. First edition. Original 1/4-green morocco, sand grain cloth, a.e.g. 
Rebacked, original backstrip laid down. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in 
gilt. [275] pp. Frontispiece. One plate. Frontispiece and plate damp-stained. Spine 
a trifle rubbed. 
	Faxon 1074. Contains poetry by Barton. 
 
50
[AVELINE (E.L.)] Simple Ballads; intended for the amusement and instruction of 
children. London: Printed by and for W. and T. Darton, 58, Holborn-Hill. 1810
24mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-morocco, paper covered boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 104 pp. Frontispiece. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. A 
little worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 345. Jackson, Women, Aveline 1.
 
51
AVELING (T.W.B.) Miscellaneous Poems. Wisbech: Printed and sold by H. & J. 
Leach; sold also by Rivingtons, and Longman & Co. London. 1834 
Octavo. First edition. Original dark green moiré silk covered boards, a.e.g. 
Upper cover blocked in gilt. 58 pp. List of subscibers (2 pp.). Lacks upper free 
endpaper. Rubbed and a little frayed. Upper hinge weak. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 36. The Johnson copy. 
 
52
B. (H.M.) The Mad Minstrel; or, the Irish exile; and other poems. London: Sold 
by J. Murray, Fleet-Street; W. Blackwood, Edinburgh; J. Cumming, Dublin; and 
Munday and Slatter, Oxford. 1812 [Printer: Printed by Munday and Slatter, 
Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full russia, rebacked. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. [280] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Ink signature 
on upper fly-leaf. Hole in N8 with no loss of text. Title page a little scuffed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 359. 
 
53
BADNALL (Richard) Zelinda: a Persian tale, in three cantos. London: Printed for 
Whittaker, Treacher & Co. 1830 [Printer: Liverpool: Printed by George Smith]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers. [70] pp. 1/2-
title. Errata slip. Unopened. Wrappers frayed. Piece missing from lower cover. 
Spine frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 39. The Johnson copy.
 
54
BAILEY (Thomas) What is Life? and other poems. London: Published by 
Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1820 [Printer: R. Goodacre, Printer, Nottingham]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper covered boards. 126 
pp. Spine frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals p. 466. Johnson 41. The Johnson copy.
 
55
BAILEY (Thomas) The Carnival of Death. A poem, in two cantos. London: 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. 1822 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. [124] 
pp. Largely unopened. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine rubbed and 
chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 478. Johnson 40. The Johnson copy.
 
56
BAILLIE (Joanna)  A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the 
stronger passions of the mind. Each passion being the subject of a tragedy and a 
comedy. The fifth edition. Volume 1. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
and Orme, Paternoster-Row. 1806 [Printer: S. Gosnell, Printer, Little Queen Street, 
Holborn] 
Together with:
A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of 
the mind. Each passion being the subject of a tragedy and a comedy. The third 
edition. Volume 2. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 
Paternoster-Row. 1806 [Printer: T. Gillet, Printer, Wild-Court, Wild-Street, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields]
Together with:
A Series of Plays; in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger passions of 
the mind. Volume 3. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 
Paternoster-Row. 1812 [Printer: Strahan and Preston, Printers-Street, London]
Octavo. Fifth edition/third edition/first edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled 
boards. Spines blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. 410;478; 
[320] pp. Volumes 1 and 2 lack 1/2-titles. No half-title called for in volume 3. 6 
pp. of advertisements in volume 3. Volumes 1 and 2 probably lack 
advertisements. Some of text is a little damp-affected. Ink signature on title-
page of each volume.
	NCBEL III, 363-64. The first volume was first published in 1798. The 
	second volume was first pubilshed in 1802. Volumes 1 and 2 are not in
	Jackson, Annals. He cites earlier editions. For volume 3 see Jackson, Annals, 
	p. 364. Volume 1 is not in Jackson, Women. Volume 2 is Jackson, Women, 
	Baillie 2(b). Volume 3 is Jackson, Women, Baillie 6(a). 
 
57
BAILLIE (Joanna) Epilogue to the Theatrical Representation at Strawberry-Hill. 
Written by Joanna Baillie, and spoken by the Hon. Anne S. Damer, November, 
1800 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Single folded sheet. First edition. As issued. 2 pp. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Bailllie. Jackson, Women, Baillie see also. 
58
BAILLIE (Joanna) Dramas. In three volumes. London: Printed for Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, Green & Longman, Paternoster-Row. 1836 [Printer: London: 
Printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Street-Square]
Octavo. First edition. Three volumes. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper 
label on each spine. 464;442;[496] pp. 1/2-title in each volume. Dated ink 
signature on upper fly-leaf of each volume. Note at end of volume 1: End of the 
first volume. (Being the fourth volume of the series of plays on the passions, - 
the first of the present publication). [See item 56].
	NCBEL III, 364.
 
59
BAILLIE (Marianne) Guy of Warwick: a legende, and other poems. Kingsbury: 
Printed by A. Baillie. 1817 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper covered 
boards. 74 pp. Author's presentation copy (upper free endpaper). Spine frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Baillie 1(a). Johnson 42. The 
	Johnson copy.
60
[BAKER (John)] The Christian House built by Truth on a Rock or, an antidote to 
infidelity. Embellish'd with engravings. London: Printed for the Author; & sold 
by W. Williams, Amen Corner, Paternoster-Row, & all other booksellers. 1820 
[Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards. 20 pp. Illustrated.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
61
BAKER (William Richard) Redemption: a poem, in four parts. Greenwich: 
Printed for the Author, by Elizabeth Delahoy, Deptford Bridge; and Sold by 
Baines, Paternoster-Row. 1819
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [136] pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Errata at end. Ink 
signature on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
62
BALFOUR (Alexander) Contemplation; with other poems. Edinburgh: Printed by 
William Watson; sold by Archibald Constable and Co. Edinburgh; and Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, London. 1820
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 340 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 452.
 
63
BALFOUR (Alexander) Characters, omitted in Crabbe's Parish Register; with other 
tales. Edinburgh: Published for the Author. Sold by A. Constable and Company, 
Edinburgh; Brash and Company, Glasgow; and Hurst, Robinson, and Company, 
London. 1825 [Printer: Printed at the Advertiser Office, Dundee]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 277 pp. Text a little 
marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 510. 
 
64
BAMFORD (Samuel) Hours in the Bowers. Poems, &c. Manchester: Printed for the 
Author, by J.P. Jennings and H. Cowdroy, Market-Place. 1834
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. [96] pp. 
Contains the errata. Upper free endpaper frayed. Spine frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 46.
 
65
BARBAULD (Anna Lëtitia) Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, a poem. London: 
Printed for J. Johnson and Co., St. Paul's Churchyard. 1812 [Printer: Printed by 
Richard Taylor and Co., Shoe Lane]
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary full tan diced calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 25 pp. 1/2-
title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Some damp-staining to margins. Bound with: 
CROKER. Talavera. 1812. [item 281]; GRENVILLE. Portugal. 1812. [item 531] and 
EDWARDS. Kathleen. 1808. [item 375].
	NCBEL II,640. Jackson, Annals, p. 357. Jackson, Women, Barbauld 3(a). 
 
66
BARBAULD ([Anna Lëtitia]) A Legacy for Young Ladies, consisting of 
miscellaneous pieces, in prose and verse. By the late Mrs. Barbauld. London: 
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, Paternoster Row. 
1826 [Printer: Printed by Richard Taylor, Shoe-Lane, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering 
piece on spine. [267] pp. Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	Not in NCBEL. Jackson, Annals, p. 522. Jackson, Women, Barbauld 5(a).
 
67
BARCLAY (L.) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish idiom. Glasgow: Printed by George 
Richardson, opposite the college. 1832 
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. [182] pp. Frontispiece. Scattered foxing throughout. Edges a little 
rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 48. The Johnson copy.
68
BARCLAY (Rachel)(Ed.) Poems intended to promote piety and virtue in the minds 
of young people. The second edition. London: Printed and sold by James Phillips 
and Son, George Yard, Lombard Street. 1797
12mo. in 6s. Second edition. Contemporary full tree calf, rebacked. Upper cover 
blocked in gilt. Spine blocked in blind. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. [172] pp. 
Contains the errata leaf.
	First published in 1795. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Barclay 
	1(b).
69
BARHAM (Thomas Foster) and MONTGOMERY (James) Abdallah; or the Arabian 
Martyr; a Christian drama, in three ats: with a poem on the same subject, by 
James Montgomery Esq. Second edition, revised and enlarged. By Thomas Foster 
Barham, Formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge. Printed for the author and 
sold by Hatchard, Piccadilly; Seeley, Fleet Street; Holdsworth, St. Paul's; Westley, 
Stationers' Court; Deighton, Cambridge; Binns, Bath; Bulgin, Bristol; Upham, 
Exeter; & Vigurs, Penzance. 1821 [Printer: Vigurs, Printer, Penzance]
Quarto. First edition. Bound in paper boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 45 pp. 1/2-
title. 
	NCBEL III,392: Montgomery's entry where it is listed as Abdallah and
	Labat. 1821. Montgomery's poem is actually titled: Abdallah and Sabat.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 467. Jackson cites it as: Abdallah and Labat. Johnson 49.
	The Johnson copy.
 
70
BARHAM (Thomas Foster) Elijah; a sacred poem; in four cantos. By Thomas Foster 
Barham, Formerly of St. John's College, Cambridge. Printed for the author, and 
sold by Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; Seeley, Fleet Street; Westley, Stationers' 
Court; Holdsworth, St. Paul's; Deighton, Cambridge; Binns, Bath; Bulgin, Bristol; 
Upham, Exeter; Congdon and Earle, Plymouth Dock; and Vigurs, Penzance. 1822 
[Printer: Vigurs, Printer, Penzance]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in light blue paper wrappers, uncut. 38 pp. 
1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 480. Johnson 50. The Johnson copy.
 
71
BARLOW (Joel) The Conspiracy of Kings; a poem: addressed to the inhabitants of 
Europe, from another quarter of the world. The third edition. London: Printed for 
and sold by the booksellers, 1796 [Printer: No imprint]
Octavo in 6s. Third edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on 
upper cover. 12 pp. 
	First published 1792. Jackson, Annals, p. 207. 
72
BARNARD (Edw. Will.) Fifty Select Poems of Marc-Antonio Flaminio, imitated by 
the late Rev. Edw. Will. Barnard, M.A. of Trinity College Cambridge, with a short 
memoir of the author. Edited by the Venerable Archdeacon Wrangham. Chester 
1829 [Printer: J. Fletcher, Printer, Chester]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 69 pp. Editor's initialled 
presentation copy on upper fly-leaf. Dated ink inscription on verso of upper free 
endpaper. A little rubbed. Upper joint repaired. Lacks lettering piece. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 544. 
 
73
[BARRETT (Eaton Stannard)] A Pastoral Epilogue to, and by the Author of All the 
Talents. London: Printed for John Joseph Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-Mall. 1807 
[Printer: T. Gillet, Printer, Wild-Court]
Octavo. First edition. Bound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked and 
recornered. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Hinges 
strengthened. 16 pp. 1/2-title. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Bound with: BARRETT. All the Talents. 1807. [not 
catalogued]; BARRETT. All the Talents....Dialogue the Fourth. 1807. [not 
catalogued] and SAYERS. Elijah's Mantle. 1807. [not catalogued].
	Not in the NCBEL entry for Barrett. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
74
[BARRETT (Eaton Stannard)] The Talents Run Mad; or, Eighteen Hundred and 
Sixteen. A satirical poem. In three dialogues. With notes. By the author of "All 
the Talents." London: Printed for Henry Colburn, Public Library, Conduit Street, 
Hanover Square. 1816 [Printer: B. Clarke, Printer, Well-Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards, paper label on spine. 70 
pp. Some scattered foxing. 
	NCBEL III,709. Jackson, Annals, p. 413.
 
75
[BARRY (----)] The City of the West; a fragment. Bath: Printed by Mary Meyler, 
Abbey Church-Yard. 1834 
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original dark purple moiré patterned cloth. Paper 
label on spine. 161 pp. Spine faded.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 38. The Johnson copy. 
 
76
BARTOLOMEO TO CAROLINE: an heroic epistle. Translated from the Italian into 
English. A second and improved edition. To which now is added, the Lady's 
Reply. London: Printed by and for W. Wright, 46 Fleet Street. 1821
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Label on upper 
cover. 31 pp. Ink signature on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
77
[BARTON (Bernard)] Metrical Effusions, or verses on various occasions. 
Woodbridge: Printed and sold by S. Loder, Bookseller; sold also by R. Baldwin, 
London. 1812 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. Paper 
label on spine. Preserved in a cloth box with gilt blocked spine. [224] pp. 
Contains the errata. 4 pp. of advertisements bound in at end. Bookplate of Simon 
Nowell-Smith on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine chipped and frayed.
	NCBEL III,365. Jackson, Annals, p. 359. Johnson 54. The Johnson copy.
78
BARTON (Bernard) Napoleon, and other poems. London: Printed for Thomas Boys, 
Ludgate Hill. 1822. [Printer: London: Printed by J. Moyes, Greville Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf, rejointed. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 256 pp. 1/2-title. Ex-Signet 
Library copy. Edges slightly worn.
	NCBEL III,365. Jackson, Annals, p. 483.
 
79
BARTON (Bernard) Devotional Verses; founded on, and illustrative of select texts 
of Scripture. London: Printed for B.J. Holdsworth, 18, St. Paul's Church Yard. 1826 
[Printer: Printed by J.S. Hughes, 66, Paternoster Row]
12mo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, rebacked, 
modern label on spine. 252 pp. Additional engraved title-page. 4 pp. of 
advertisements at end. Evidence of label on upper cover. Upper hinge cracked. 
Engraved title-page foxed.
	NCBEL III,366. Jackson,Annals, p. 521. 
 
80
BATTYE (E.) Giuliano de' Medici, and other poems. Southwell: Printed by J. 
Whittingham, Mansfield-Road. 1837
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original blue patterned diagonal grain cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 192 pp. Lacks upper free endpaper. The Johnson copy calls for a 
list of subscribers and an errata leaf which this copy lacks.
	Johnson 59.
 
81
[BAYLY (N.T.H.)] Rough Sketches of Bath: imitations of Horace; and other poems. 
By Q. in the Corner. Bath: Printed and sold by Meyler and Son, Abbey Church- 
Yard; and to be had of the other booksellers. Also by Messrs. Hoitt, Upper 
Berkley-Street, Portman-Square; Messrs. Ollier, Welbeck-Street, Cavendish-
Square; and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row, London. 1817
Octavo. First edition. Newly rebound in pink paper covered boards, paper label 
on spine. 50 pp. 
	NCBEL III,366. Jackson, Annals, p. 425. 
 
82
BAYLY (Thomas) Parliamentary Letters, and other poems. Second edition. 
London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row; and Meyler and 
Son; and Barratt, Bath. 1820 [Printer: C. Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge-Street, 
London]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, paper 
label on spine. 128 pp. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. Rubber-stamp on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Spine frayed with piece missing. Label frayed. A little 
scattered foxing. 
	NCBEL III,366. First published in 1818. See Jackson, Annals, p. 459. 
	Jackson says that the second edition was published pseudonymously. 
 
83
BAYLY (Thomas Haynes) Fifty Lyrical Ballads. Bath: Printed by Mary Meyler, 
Abbey Church-Yard. 1829
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original pink moiré patterned diagonal grain 
cloth, rebacked. New paper label on spine. 78 pp. Author's dated presentation 
copy (title-page). Additional inscriptions on title-page. Ms. notes to text. 
	NCBEL III,366. Jackson, Annals, p. 544. Johnson 60.
 
84
BAYLY (Thomas Haynes) Weeds of Witchery. London: Published by Ackermann 
and Co. 1837 [Printer: London: F. Shoberl, Jun., Leicester Street, Leicester Square]
Quarto in 8s. First edition. Original blue grey diaper grain cloth. Upper cover 
blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 32 
pp. Twelve plates. Plates a trifle foxed and a few have marginal damp-stains. 
Shaken. Edges rubbed and a trifle frayed. Covers a little marked.
 	NCBEL III,366. 
 
85
BEAUTIES OF THE SCOTTISH POETS or Harp of Renfrewshire. A collection of 
songs and other poetical pieces many of which are original. Accompanied with 
notes explanatory, critical and biographical and a short essay on the poets of 
Renfrewshire. Glasgow: Published by William Turnbull; J. Lawrence, Jun., Paisley; 
Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown, London. 
1821 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
12mo. in 6s. First edition thus. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [455] pp. Frontispiece. Errata leaf 
at end. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
86
BEDDOW (George) The Miracles in Egypt, sketches of socialism, and other poems. 
London: Hamilton, Adams, & Co. Paternoster Row; Dearden, Nottingham. 1839 
[Printer: Dearden, Printer, Carlton-Street, Nottingham]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original purple ribbed grain cloth, 
rebacked, original backstrip laid-down. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 240 pp. 1/2-title. 4 pp. of advertisements bound-in at end. Slight scattered 
foxing throughout. 
	Johnson 62. The Johnson copy.
 
87
BEDINGFELD (Thomas) and PICKERING (George) Poetry, Fugitive and Original. 
With notes and some additional pieces by a Friend. Newcastle: Printed and sold 
by S. Hodgson, Union-Street; sold also by Mr. Charnley, Messrs. Akenhead, and 
Mr. Finlay, Newcastle; and Messrs. Cradock and Joy, Paternoster-Row, London. 
1815
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in blue paper covered boards, uncut. Paper 
label on spine. 182 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Ms. notes on verso of 1/2-
title. Ink signature on title-page. Scattered marks to text. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 63.
 
88
THE BEE; a collection of poems, chiefly designed for the young. Dublin: Printed by 
J. Jones, 40, South Great George's-Street. 1824
12mo. in 6s and 12s. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. 180 pp. 
Frontispiece. Edges rubbed and a little frayed. F1 frayed. Lacks upper free 
endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 500. 
 
89
BELFOUR (John) Spanish Heroism; or, the battle of Roncesvalles. A metrical 
romance. London: Printed for Vernor, Hood, and Sharp, Poultry; Constable, 
Hunter, Park, and Hunter, Ludgate-Street; and J. Booker, New Bond-Street. 1809 
[Printer: W. Wilson, Printer, St. John's Square, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. Original backstrip 
laid-down. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt 
inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. [278] pp. Contains the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 334. 
 
90
[?BELL (Thomas)] Popular Opinions, or a picture of real life, exhibited in a 
dialogue between a Scotish [sic] farmer and a weaver, &c., &c., &c. To which is 
added, an epistle from the farmer to Elizabeth Hamilton, author of The Cottagers 
of Glenburnie. In Scotish [sic] verse. Glasgow: Printed by James Hedderwick & 
Co.; sold by Brash and Reid, and T. Ogilvie, Glasgow; Oliphant, Waugh, and Innes, 
Edinburgh; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1812 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper covered boards.  
Paper label on spine. 108 pp. 1/2-title. Spine chipped and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 714. The Johnson copy.
 
91
THE BENGAL ANNUAL. A literary keepsake for M.DCCCXXX. Edited by David 
Lester Richardson. Calcutta: Samuel Smith and Co., Hare Street. 1830 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound by R. MacCulloch, No. 143 Mirzapore, Calcutta 
in full maroon morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 352 pp. Binder's label on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Upper hinge cracked.
	See Faxon 1077. Faxon notes that there are "7 pl. (etchings; the only annual 
	so illustrated)". This copy does not have illustrations.  Contains poetry by 
	Emma Roberts. 
 
92
BENNETT (Charles Frederick) Donjon, prospect and reflection; a moral, 
sentimental and complimentary poem. Canterbury: Henry Ward, Sun Street; 
Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria Lane, London. 1834 [Printer: Henry Ward, Printer, 
Canterbury] 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. 83 
pp. 1/2-title. Spine chipped and frayed. Jackson, Annals, p. 579. Johnson 65. The 
Johnson copy.
 
93
BENNETT (John) The Bells, and other poems. Ipswich: Printed and published by 
S.H. Cowell; sold also by Longman and Co., G.B. Whittaker, and Hurst and Co., 
London. 1831
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-pink cloth, drab paper 
covered boards, rebacked, original backstrip laid-down. Paper label on spine. 
[291] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Author's presentation copy (title-page). 
Some slight scattered foxing. Spine slightly rubbed and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 66. The Johnson copy.
 
94
BENSON (Richard) Morni; an Irish bardic story, in three cantos; and The Pilgrim 
of Carmel; an eastern tale, in one canto. Dublin: Printed for Gilbert and Hodges, 
C.P. Archer, M. Keene, B. Dugdale, and T. Larkin, by Alexander Wilkinson. 1815 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper covered 
boards. Paper label on spine. [217] pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (9 pp.). 
Covers and spine worn. Label chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 395. Johnson 67. The Johnson copy.
 
95
BENTLEY (Elizabeth) Poems; being the genuine compositions of Elizabeth Bentley, 
of Norwich. Norwich: Sold by the author, near the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital; 
sold also by Messrs. Taylor and Hessey, 93 Fleet-Street, London; Stevenson, 
Matchett, and Stevenson, Norwich; Messrs. Deightons, Cambridge and all other 
booksellers. 1821 [Printer: Stevenson, Matchett and Stevenson, Printers, 
Norwich]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Bound in 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 168 pp. 
Frontispiece. List of subscribers (12 pp.). Bound with: BENTLEY. Miscellaneous 
Poems. 1835 [item 96]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Bentley 1(b). Johnson 70. The 
	Johnson copy.
 
96
BENTLEY (Elizabeth) Miscellaneous Poems; being the genuine compositions of 
Elizabeth Bentley, of Norwich. Third volume. Norwich: Printed by Matchett, 
Stevenson, and Matchett, Market-Place. 1835 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Bound in 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on spine. [96] pp. 1/2-
title. 1 p. of advertisements. List of subscribers (2 pp.). Bound with: BENTLEY. 
Poems, being the genuine compositions. 1821 [item 95].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 588. Jackson, Women, Bentley 2. Johnson 69. The 
	Johnson copy.
 
97
[BERTY (P.)(Ed.)] The Metres of Boethius, on the consolation of philosophy. 
London: Printed for the Author, by J. Crowder, and sold by G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 
Pater-Noster-Row. 1792
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. 108 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Joints and head and tail of spine a 
little frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p.175.
 
98
BETHAM (Matilda) The Lay of Marie: a poem. London: Printed for Rowland 
Hunter, (successor to J. Johnson,) No. 72 St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1816 [Printer: 
Rogers, Printer, 66 Red-Lion-Street, Clerkenwell, London]
Octavo. First edition. Large paper subscriber's copy. Contemporary full mottled 
calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. [278] pp. Contains the errata leaf. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Bookplate on upper paste 
down endpaper. Preliminaries a little foxed. Scuffed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 406. Jackson, Women, Betham 3.
 
99
[BETHUNE (M.E.D.)] The River Mole, or Emlyn Stream. A poem, with notes and 
illustrations. Privately printed in aid of the Fund for Building National Schools at 
Lethrede. 1839 [Printer: No printer's imprint] Folio in 8s. First edition. Uncut in 
the original greyish green diaper grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in blind and 
gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. 17 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Six 
plates. A little marked. 
 
100
BEVERLEY (Charlotte) Poems on Miscellaneous Subjects, composed and selected 
by.... Hull: Printed for E. Foster, Bookseller & Sold by C. Dilly, Poultry, London; J. 
Todd; and Wilson, Spence & Mawman, York. 1792 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full brown calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 261 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette on title-page. List of subscribers (7 pp.).  Lacks lower free 
endpaper. Some scattered foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 177. Jackson, Women, Beverley 1. Johnson 71. The 
	Johnson copy.
101
BIDDULPH (Thomas T.) Original Poems on Religious subjects. Bath: Printed and 
sold by S. Hazard; Sold also by the booksellers in town and country. 1798
Octavo. First edition. Bound in stiff marbled wrappers. [36] pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 228. Johnson 72. The Johnson copy.
 
102
BIDLAKE (John) Poems. By John Bidlake, Chaplain to His Royal Highness the Duke 
of Clarence. Plymouth: Printed and sold by B. Haydon, printer and bookseller to 
His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence; sold also by Law and Son, and Faulder, 
London; Trewman and Son, Exeter, Goadby, Sherbourne; and Liddell, Bodmin. 
1794
Quarto. First edition. Bound in 1/4-green cloth, marbled boards. Paper label on 
spine. [208] pp. Errata leaf. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 2C2 
repaired. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 193. Johnson 73. The Johnson copy. 
 
103
THE BIJOU; an annual of literature and the arts. London: William Pickering 1829 
[Printer: Thomas White, Printer, Johnson's Court]
Octavo. First edition. Original pink silk, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 288 pp. 
Frontispiece. Engraved title-page with vignette. 9 plates. Lacks upper and lower 
free endpapers. Edges a little frayed. 
	Faxon 1088. Contains poetry by Cornwall, Montgomery, Hogg and Mrs. 
	Hemans.  
104
BILLINGSHURST (J.) Poetical Chronology of the Kings of England, from the 
Conqueror to William the Fourth. A new edition, with corrections and additions. 
London: J. Masters, Aldersgate Street; sold also by all respectable booksellers in 
town and country. 1830 [Printer: J. Masters, Printer, Aldersgate Street]
Octavo in 6s. New edition. Original printed paper wrappers. 12 pp. Lacks 
stitching. Wrappers a trifle marked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
105
BINGHAM (Peregrine) The Pains of Memory, a poem, in two books. London: 
Printed by Richard Taylor and Co., Shoe-Lane; and sold by W. Anderson, 148, St. 
Martin's Lane. 1811
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-morocco, marbled boards, uncut. 
103 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 351.
 
106
BIRD (James) The Vale of Slaughden, a poem. In five cantos. Second edition. 
London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row. 1819 [Printer: C. 
Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge-Street, London]
Octavo. Second edition. Disbound. 107 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson only lists the ?first edition of the same 
	year. Johnson 81.
 
107
BIRD (James) Dunwich; a tale of the splendid city. In four cantos. London: Printed 
for Baldwin and Cradock. 1828 [Printer: Sloman, Printer, Yarmouth] 
Octavo. First edition. Nineteenth century full red morocco, a.e.g Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. [166] pp. Bound 
with BIRD. Francis Abbott, the recluse of Niagara. 1837. [item 110]; BIRD. The 
Emigrant's Tale. 1833. [item 109] and BIRD. Framlingham. 1831. [item 108]
	Jackson, Annals, p. 536. Johnson 75.
 
108
BIRD (James) Framlingham: a narrative of the castle. In four cantos. London: 
Baldwin and Cradock. 1831 [Printer: Yarmouth: Printed by Charles Sloman, King-
Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century full red morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. [183] pp. 
Frontispiece. Bound with BIRD. Dunwich. 1828. [item 107]; BIRD. Francis Abbott, 
the recluse of Niagara. 1837. [item 110] and BIRD. The Emigrant's Tale. 1833. 
[item 109]
	Jackson, Annals, p. 560. Johnson 77.
 
109
BIRD (James) The Emigrant's Tale; a poem, in two parts; and Miscellaneous 
Poems. London: Baldwin and Cradock. 1833 [Printer: Printed by C. Sloman, King- 
Street, Great Yarmouth]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century full red morocco, a.e.g Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. 192 pp. 1/2-
title. Bound with BIRD. Dunwich. 1828. [item 107]; BIRD. Francis Abbott, the 
recluse of Niagara. 1837. [item 110] and BIRD. Framlingham. 1831 [item 108].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 573. Johnson 76.
 
110
BIRD (James) Francis Abbott, the recluse of Niagara: and Metropolitan Sketches; 
second series. London: Baldwin and Cradock. 1837 [Printer: Printed by Charles 
Sloman, King-Street, Yarmouth]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century full red morocco, a.e.g Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. 192 pp. 
Scattered foxing. Bound with BIRD. Dunwich. 1828. [item 107]; BIRD. The 
Emigrant's Tale. 1833. [item 109] and BIRD. Framlingham. 1831 [item 108].
	Johnson 78.
 
111
BIRNIE (M.) Poems, consisting of epistles, satires, odes, tales, sacred melodies, 
songs, &c. and a poetical dedication to the Guildry of Aberdeen. Aberdeen: 
Printed by D. Chalmers and Co. and sold by Lewis Smith, P. Gray, and Sam. 
Maclean; W. Tait, Edinburgh; and G. Mudie, Peterhead. 1834  
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original grey pebble grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 
201 pp. Label on upper free endpaper. Upper margin of last few gatherings 
stained. Covers and spine marked. Edges frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 82. The Johnson copy.
 
112
BISHOP TOBY'S Pilgrimage; or, the method of procuring a mitre, in six stages. 
Narrated by himself by way of advice to his son. Newcastle: Printed for the 
author, by W., E., and H. Mitchell, and may be had of the booksellers. 1832 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers, stitched as 
issued. 54 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Unopened. Wrappers frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 84. The Johnson copy.
 
113
BISSET (J.) The Orphan Boy: a pathetic tale, founded on fact. Fifth edition. 
Birmingham: Printed by Grafton & Reddell, for the author; and sold by E. 
Newbery, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London. [1799] 
12mo. in 8s. Fifth edition. Contemporary marbled wrappers. [16] pp. 
Frontispiece. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on inside upper wrapper. 
Ink signature on upper fly-leaf. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 90. The Johnson copy.
 
114
BISSET (J.) The Orphan Boy: a pathetic tale. By J. Bisset, Museum, Birmingham. 
Ninth edition. Birmingham: Printed by Grafton & Reddell, No. 10 High Street, for 
the author; sold by E. Newbery, St. Paul's Church Yard; and T. Hurst, Paternoster 
Row; London. [1802] 
12mo. in 8s. Ninth edition. Bound in plain grey paper wrappers. [16] pp. 
Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on inside upper wrapper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 91. The Johnson copy.
 
115
BISSET (J.) The Converts: a moral tale. Recommending the practice of humanity, 
the utility of Sunday-Schools, and a due observance of the Lord's Day. By J. 
Bisset, Museum, Birmingham. Fifth edition. Birmingham: Printed by Wilks, 
Grafton & Reddell, and sold by Hurst, Crosby & Co., Ostell, Champante & Whitrow, 
&. London. [1803] 
12mo. in 8s. Fifth edition. Bound in plain grey paper wrappers. 16 pp. 
Frontispiece. Bookplate on inside upper wrapper. A trifle foxed.
	First published in 1802. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 85. The Johnson 
	copy.
 
116
BLACK (John) Poems, by the Rev. John Black, Minister of Butley, Suffolk. Ipswich: 
Printed and sold by John Bush; sold also, by G.G. and J. Robinsons, and T.N. 
Longman, London; W. Creech, Edinburgh; F. Bush, Yarmouth; Stevenson and 
Matchet, Norwich; P. Deck, P. Gedge, and J. Ingram, Bury; Clachar and Co., 
Chelmsford; Keymer, Colchester; and by R. Loder, and W. Alexander, Woodbridge. 
1799 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper wrappers, stitched as 
issued. [88] pp. Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink signature on 
upper cover. List of subscribers (11 pp.). Wrappers a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals p. 237. Johnson 98. The Johnson copy. 
 
117
BLOCK (Ben) [pseud.] Flagellum Flagellated; a satirical poem: with notes. London: 
Printed for John Joseph Stockdale, 41, Pall-Mall. 1807 [Printer: T.C. Hansard, 
Printer, Peterborough-Court, Fleet-Street]
Octavo in 4s.  First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards, uncut. Paper label 
on upper cover. [52] pp. 3 pp. of advertisements at end.
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 309. Jackson idicates that the item is undated on 
	the title-page. This copy has the date.
 
118
BLOOMFIELD (Robert) May Day with the Muses. Second edition. London: Printed 
for the Author; and for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1822 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 100 pp. Vignette on title-
page. Vignettes to text. A little scattered foxing. Ink signature on upper paste-
down endpaper. Bound with: BLOOMFIELD. The Banks of the Wye. 1811. [not 
catalogued].
	NCBEL III,367. First published in 1822. Jackson, Annals, p. 483. 
 
119
BLOOMFIELD (Robert) Hazelwood-Hall: a village drama. In three acts. London: 
Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1823 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas 
Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 72 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Lacks upper free endpaper. Scattered foxing. Edges a little 
rubbed.
	NCBEL III,367. Not in Jackson, Annals. This item is essentially a prose play 
	with poetic insertions. 
 
120
BLOOMFIELD (Robert) The Remains. In two volumes. London: Printed by Thomas 
Davison, Whitefriars, for the exclusive benefit of the family of Mr. Bloomfield; 
and published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy. 1824
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards, paper label on 
spine. [192]+11;216 pp. Two volumes bound in one. 1/2-title in each volume. 6 
pp. of advertisements at end of volume 1. Engraved musical notation at end of 
volume 1. Paper label on spine reads: Bloomfield/4 vols./vol. iv/Remains. 
	NCBEL III,367. Jackson, Annals, p. 507. 
 
121
BLOOMFIELD (Robert) The Poems of Robert Bloomfield. In three volumes. 
London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green; Baldwin and 
Cradock; Harvey and Darton; J. Booker; G. Cowie and Co.; and Hamilton, Adams, 
and Co. 1831 [Printer: London: Printed by W. Clowes, Stamford Street]
12mo. in 6s. Three volumes. Original bluish green moiré patterned diagonal grain 
cloth. Spines blocked in gilt. 125;237;[208] pp. Engraved portrait frontispiece in 
volume 1.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Bloomfield. Jackson, Annals, p. 563. Jackson calls 
	this "new edition". 
 
122
[BOAZ (H.)] The Angler's Progress; a poem. Developing the pleasures the angler 
receives from the dawn of the propensity in infancy, till the period of his 
becoming a complete angler. Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1820 
[Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
8 pp.
	Johnson 101.
 
123
BODIAM CASTLE: a poem, in six cantos. With notes. London: Printed for Baldwin, 
Cradock, and Joy, 47, Paternoster-Row. 1818 [Printer: C. Baldwin, Printer, New 
Bridge Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Original gilt lettering piece laid-down. Gilt inside dentelles. 300 
pp. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Boards a little worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 430. 
 
124
BOOKER (Luke) Tobias: a poem, in three parts. London: Printed for J. Booker, No. 
56 Bond-Street, by John Rann, Dudley. 1805
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. [88] pp. 1/2-title. Engraved vignette on title-
page. Bookplates on upper paste-down endpaper. Dated presentation copy from 
the Bishop of Worcester - the dedicatee of the poem (1/2-title). Edges rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 293. Johnson 105.
 
125
[?BOOTH (John)] The Battle of Waterloo: a poem. By a native of Edinburgh. 
Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close, for Macredie, Skelly and 
Muckersy, 52, Princes Street. 1815
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 64 pp. Ex-library copy. 
Not in Jackson, Annals.
 	
126
BOOTH (W.) Miscellaneous Pieces in verse, serious and moral. Leicester: Printed 
for the author, by Ireland & Son, East-Gates. 1805
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, marbled paper 
covered boards. [132] pp. Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Covers 
worn. Lacks backstrip.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 107. The Johnson copy.
 
127
BOSWELL (Alexander) Clan-Alpin's Vow: a fragment. Edinburgh: Printed by 
George Ramsay and Company. 1811
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards, uncut. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 48 pp. 1/2-title. Scattered foxing. Slight damp-staining 
to inner margin.
	NCBEL III,368. Jackson, Annals, p. 348. 
128
THE BOUQUET: a collection of tales, essays, and poems. By the most distinguished 
authors. London: Published by S. Robinson, Chapter Court, Pater- noster Row, and 
sold by all booksellers. n.d. [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
12mo. in 6s. Original maroon roan, a.e.g. Upper cover blocked in blind and gilt. 
Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 318 pp. Frontispiece. 
Engraved title-page with vignette. 5 plates. Lacks upper free endpaper. Upper 
hinge cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson cites a similarly titled and paginated item 
	published by Lacey in [1835]. 
 
129
BOUSFIELD (H.N.) The Power of Gold, a poem, in six cantos; with notes and 
miscellaneous pieces. By H.N. Bousfield, undergraduate of Queen's College, 
Cambridge. Newark: Printed and published by S. and C. Ridge; and sold by S. 
Ridge, Grantham; G. Ridge, Sheffield; Deighton, Cambridge; and W. Joy, St. Paul's 
Church-Yard, London. 1830 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original blue printed paper covered boards. 94 
pp. 1 p. of advertisements (a8v). List of subscribers (7 pp.). Errata slip bound in. 
Unopened. Upper cover bumped. Corners rubbed. Spine frayed.
Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 112. The Johnson copy.
 
130
BOUSFIELD (H.N.) The Chauntry House, Newark. [Newark: J. Bridges, Printer. 
1832] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound in yellow paper covered boards. 8 pp. Upper 
wrapper bound in. 
	Johnson 111. The Johnson copy. 
 
131
[?BOWDLER (H.M.)] Creation, and other poems; to which are added The Bowers of 
Happiness, a vision, and an essay on sacred poetry. London: Printed for Cadell 
and Davies, Strand; and Hatchard, Piccadilly. By William Mason, Chichester. 1818 
[J230] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. 
Paper label on spine. 155 pp. 1/2-title. Dated ink signature on 1/2-title. Lacks 
upper free endpaper. Rubbed and a little fraye. Label chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 431. Jackson, Women, Bowdler 1. Johnson 230. The 
	Johnson copy.
 
132
BOWDLER (John) Select Pieces in Verse and Prose. By the late John Bowdler, Jun. 
Esq. of Lincoln's Inn Barrister at Law. [In two volumes]. London: Printed by G. 
Davidson, Old Boswell Court, Carey Street. 1816
Octavo. Two volumes. First edition. Contemporary full tan crushed morocco. 
Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spines blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Two gilt 
lettering pieces on each spine. 263;-617 pp. Frontispiece in volume 1. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper of each volume. Dated ink signature on upper 
fly-leaf of each volume. Each volume lacks one lettering piece. Some scattered 
foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 413. 
 
133
BOWEN (Miss M.) Original Poems, on Various Subjects. Chepstow: Printed and 
sold by S. Rogers; sold also by B. Crosby and Co., London; Barry, Brown, and 
Sheppard, Bristol; and Watkins, Abergavenny. 1808
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. 88 pp. Frontispiece. Lacks 
1/2-title. Lacks fly-title between the errata and B1.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Bowen 1. Johnson 113. Jackson 
	calls for a list of subscribers that is missing from this copy.
 
134
BOWEN (Mrs. Lewis) Kenilworth Castle; and other poems. Wellington, Salop: 
Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold by Scatcherd and Letterman, 
Ave-Maria Lane, London. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound in 1/4-calf, diagonal ribbed grain cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 111 pp. Frontispiece. Spine rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Bowen 1. Johnson 114. The 
	Johnson copy. According to Jackson, Women, Johnson's identification of 
	Mrs. Lewis Bowen as Melesina Bowen is incorrect. 
 
135
BOWEN (Mrs.) A Wreath from the Willows. London: Printed for Houlston and Son, 
65 Paternoster Row; and at Wellington, Salop. 1829 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink paper covered boards, 
rebacked, new paper label on spine. [120] pp. Frontispiece. 4 pp. of 
advertisements at end. 20 pp. of additional advertisements bound in at end. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Some scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. Johnson 115. The Johnson 
	copy. It follows from the above that this title is also misattributed by 
	Johnson to Melesina Bowen.
 
136
BOWEN (Mrs.) Ystradffin, a descriptive poem, with an appendix, containing 
historical and explanatory poems. London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and 
Longmans; Llandovery, W. Rees. 1839 [Printer: W. Rees, Printer, Llandovery]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original very dark bluish green bead grain 
cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [191] pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Hinges cracked.
	Johnson 116. 
 
137
BOWICK (James) The Genius of Poetry. A poem, in two books. With odes, &c. on 
several occasions. Montrose: Printed for the author at the Review Newspaper 
Office, by James Watt. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Bound in grey paper covered boards, uncut. Paper label on 
spine. 141 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine sunned. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 117. The Johnson copy.
 
138
BOWLES (W.L.) The Grave of Howard. A poem. Salisbury: Printed by E. Easton; 
and sold by C. Dilly, Poultry; T. Hookham, New Bond Street; and J. Dodsley, Pall 
Mall, London. 1790 
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 11 
pp. Lacks 1/2-title. 
	NCBEL II,642. Jackson, Annals, p. 158. Johnson 120. The Johnson copy.
 
139
BOWLES (W.L.) Verses on the Benevolent Institution of the Philanthropic Society, 
for protecting and educating the children of vagrants and criminals. Bath: 
Printed by R. Cruttwell, and sold by C. Dilly, Poultry; T. Backet, Pall-Mall; T. 
Hookham, New Bond-Street; and J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London. 1790
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
27 pp. 1/2-title. Ms. corrections to text. 
	NCBEL II,643. Jackson, Annals, p. 162. Johnson 123. The Johnson copy.
 
140
BOWLES (W.L.) Sonnets, and other poems. By the Reverend W.L. Bowles, A.M. of 
Trinity College, Oxford. Seventh edition. To which is added, Hope, an allegorical 
sketch on recovering slowly from sickness. London: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and 
W. Davies, Strand, and J. Mawman, Poultry; and R. Cruttwell, Bath. 1800 [Printer: 
Cruttwell, Printer, Bath]
Octavo. Seventh edition. Contemporary 1/2-red calf, patterned sand grain cloth. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering 
piece. 180 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Three plates. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Bound with: BOWLES. Poems. 1809. [item 142]. 
	NCBEL II,642. First published thus in 1796. Jackson, Annals, p. 248. 
Together with:
BOWLES (Wim. Lisle) Poems. Vol. II. London: Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. 
Davies, Strand, and J. Mawman, Poultry; and R. Cruttwell, Bath. 1803 [Printer: 
Cruttwell, Printer, Bath]
Octavo. New edition. Contemporary full red crushed morocco. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [166] 
pp. 1/2-title. Four plates. Dated ink inscription on title-page. 
	See NCBEL II,642. First published in 1801. NCBEL says that this was 
	published in London, not London and Bath. Jackson, Annals, p. 272. This 
	volume was published as a supplement to Sonnets and Other Poems.  
141
BOWLES (Wm. Lisle) The Spirit of Discovery; or, the conquest of Ocean. A poem in 
five books: with notes, historical and illustrative. Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell; 
and sold by Cadell and Davies, Strand, and J. Mawman, Poultry, London. 1804
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in binder's cloth. Gilt lettering piece. 254 pp. 
Frontispiece. One plate. 1 p. of advertisements. 2 leaves of corrigenda. A8 
repaired. Ex-library copy.
	NCBEL II,643. Jackson, Annals, p. 283. NCBEL indicates that this was issued 
	as a supplementary 3rd volume to Poems 1801 [which was in fact 
	supplementary to Sonnets and Poems]. Jackson says that it was the third 
	volume supplementary to Poems 1803. Johnson 122.
 
142
BOWLES (Wm. Lisle) Poems, (never before published,) written chiefly at 
Bremhill, in Wiltshire. London: Printed for Cadell and Davies, Strand, and 
Cruttwell, Bath. 1809 [Printer: Printed by Richard Cruttwell, St. James's Street, 
Bath]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red calf, patterned sand-grain cloth. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering 
piece. 197 pp. Frontispiece. Contains the corrigenda leaf. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: BOWLES. Sonnets and other poems. 1800. 
[item 140].
	NCBEL II,643. Jackson, Annals, p. 332. Jackson indicates that the title-page 
	of his copy stated that this was "Vol. IV" of 4. There is no indication of this 
	on the present title-page. NCBEL indicates that this was published as a 
	supplement to The Spirit of Democracy.
 
143
BOWLES (W.L.) The Missionary; a poem. Second edition, corrected and enlarged. 
London: Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1815 [Printer: T. Davison, 
Lombard-Street, Whitefriars, London]
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, rejointed. 
199 pp. Scattered foxing. Spine darkened and frayed.
	NCBEL II,643. First published in 1813. Jackson, Annals, p. 395. 
 
144
BOWRING (John) Ancient Poetry and Romances of Spain. Selected and translated. 
London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 93 Fleet-Street, and 13, Waterloo-Place, 
Pall-Mall. 1824 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-blue morocco, marbled boards, a.e.g. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 328 pp. Dated ink 
signature on title-page. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. A trifle foxed. 
Spine a little sunned.
	NCBEL III,369. Jackson, Annals, p. 500. 
 
145
BOWRING (John) Hymns. London: Printed for the Author: sold by Rowland 
Hunter, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and C. Fox and Co., Threadneedle Street. 1825 
[Printer: G. Smallfield, Printer, Hackney]
12mo. in 6's. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-blue morocco, marbled boards, a.e.g. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. [144] pp. 1 
p. of advertisements at end. Foxed.
	NCBEL III,369. Jackson, Annals, p. 512.
 
146
BOWRING (John) M`pkdme Qpoqje Kweqle. Servian Popular Poetry. London: 
Printed for the author: sold by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row; and 
Rowland Hunter, St. Paul's Churchyard. 1827 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-blue morocco, marbled boards, a.e.g. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. [236] pp. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,369. Jackson, Annals, p. 533.
 
147
[BRADFORD (T.)] The Portfolio of the Martyr-Student. London: Printed for 
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, Paternoster Row; and Poole & Boult, 
Chester. 1830 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards, uncut. Paper label 
on spine. [193] pp. Author's dated presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 556. Johnson 716. The Johnson copy.
 
148
BRAND (Hannah) Plays, and Poems; by Miss Hannah Brand. Norwich: Printed by 
Beatniffe and Payne; and sold by Messrs. F. and C. Rivington, St. Paul's Church-
Yard; and Messrs. Elmsley and Bremner, in the Strand, London. 1798 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, grey paper covered 
boards. Hand-lettered title on spine. 424 pp. List of subscribers (11 pp.). 
Contains the errata. Signature of author on dedication leaf. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 228. Jackson, Women, Brand 1. Johnson 125. The 
	Johnson copy.
 
149
BRAYLEY (Edward Wedlake) and HERBERT (William) Syr Reginalde; or, the black 
tower. A romance of the twelfth century. With tales and other poems. London: 
Printed by J. Swan, Angel Street; for Vernor and Hood, Poultry. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Disbound. 168 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved vignette title-
page. Three plates.  
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 274. Jackson's copy was published anonymously. 
150
BRETTELL (J.) The Country Minister, a poem, in seven cantos: containing the first 
and second parts of the original work, with additional poems and notes. A second 
edition. London: Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave Maria Lane; and may be 
had of all other booksellers. 1827 [Printer: Rotherham: Printed by J. Bagley, 
High- Street]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[202] pp. Contains the errata leaf. Ex-library copy. 
	First published in 1821 and 1825. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 129.
 
151
BRETTELL (J.) Sketches in Verse from the historical books of the Old Testament. 
London: Printed for Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Paternoster-Row; and may be had 
of all booksellers. 1828 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. 
Paper label on spine. [186] pp. Additional leaf - both pages numbered 49 - 
bound in after G4. F1r is also numbered 49. Errata leaf bound in at end. 
Unopened.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 541. Johnson 130. The Johnson copy. Johnson makes no 
	mention of the strange pagination. 
 
152
[BREWER (Henry)] Bristol and its Environs. A descriptive poem in two books. 
Bristol: Philip Rose, Broadmead; London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and 
Longman, Paternoster Row. 1833
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound in 1/4-morocco, drab paper covered boards. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [128] pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 572. Johnson 132. The Johnson copy.
 
153
BRIDGES (Matthew) Jerusalem Regained, a poem. London: L.B. Seeley and Son, 
169, Fleet Street; J. Chilcott, 6, High Street, Bristol. 1825 [Printer: J. Chilcott, 
Printer, 6 High Street, Bristol] 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. Paper 
label on spine. 190 pp. 1/2-title. Lacks lower free endpaper. Label frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 512. Johnson 133. The Johnson copy.
 
154
BRIGGS (John) Poems, on various subjects. Ulverston: Printed for the author by J. 
Soulby, King-Street. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab printed paper covered 
boards. Rebacked, paper label on spine. [144] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. List of subscribers (16 pp.). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 134. The Johnson copy.
 
155
BRIGHTON!! A comic sketch. London: William Kidd, 6, Old Bond Street. 1830 
[Printer: C. Whittingham, 21 Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original printed paper wrappers. 36 pp. 1/2-title. 
Frontispiece. Four plates and vignette tail-piece. Advertisements on verso of 
title-page and on lower wrapper. Wrappers a little grimed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 550. 
 
156
THE BRITISH ALBUM. Containing the poems of Della Crusca [Robert Merry], Anna 
Matilda [Hanna Cowley], Arley, Benedict, the Bard, &c.,&c.,&c. Which were 
originally published under the title of the Poetry of the World. Revised and 
corrected by their respective authors. Second edition. Also, a poem, never before 
printed, called the Interview, by Della Crusca. And other considerable additions. 
London: Printed by and for J. Bell, of the British Library, Strand. 1790
Octavo. Second edition. Two volumes. Rebound in 1/4-tan calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spines blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece on 
each spine. Raised bands. [173];[173] pp. General title-page in each volume. 
Frontispiece in volume 1. Errata leaf in volume 1. Postscript in volume 2.  
	NCBEL II,412. First published in 1790. See Jackson, Annals, p. 155. Jackson 
	cites the third edition but not the second. Jackson, Women, Collections 5b. 
 
157
THE BRITISH CONSTITUTION TRIUMPHANT; or, a picture of the radical conclave. 
Eighth edition. London: Printed by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle-Street; for S. 
Knights, Sweetings-Alley, Royal-Exchange. n.d. 
Octavo. Eighth edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards. Unpaginated. 1/2-
title. Illustrated. Some ms. notes to text. 1/2-title reads: The Loyalist's House 
that Jack Built. Eighth edition.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
158
BROCKHURST (Joseph Sumner) Venice. A poem which obtained the Chancellor's 
Medal at the Cambridge Commencement, July 1826. By Joseph Sumner 
Brockhurst of St. John's College. [Cambridge:] 1826 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on 
spine. [13] pp.
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 525. Jackson gives a different pagination. 
 
159
[BROWN (George M.)] York Minster Screen. Being a specimen of the Yorkshire 
Dialect as spoken in the North Riding. Malton: Printed by R. Smithson, in 
Yorkersgate. 1833 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 11 
pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 136. The Johnson copy.
160
BROWN (H.) The Covenanters and other poems. By H. Brown, Ayrshire. Glasgow: 
John Symington & Company. 1838 [Printer: Bell and Bain, Printers, Glasgow] 
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Bound in full purple calf. Covers blocked in blind, black 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering 
piece on spine. 156 pp. 
	Johnson 137. The Johnson copy.
 
161
BROWN (John Pennycook) Poetical Ephemeras. Aberdeen: A. Brown & Co. and 
Lewis Smith; H. Constable, Edinburgh; and Smith, Elder & Co., London. 1831 
[Printer: D. Chalmers & Co., Printers, Aberdeen]
Octavo. First edition. Bound in 1/2-green morocco, marbled boards, t.e.g. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 208 pp. A trifle scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 138. The Johnson copy.
 
162
BROWN (William Laurence) Philemon; or, the progress of virtue; a poem. In two 
volumes. By William Laurence Brown, D.D. Principal of Marischal College and 
University, Aberdeen, etc. Edinburgh: Printed 
 by James Ballantyne and Co. for Oliphant and Balfour, and Brown and Crombie, 
Edinburgh; and sold by 
 Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; F. and C. Rivington; J. Murray and Vernor, 
Hood, and Sharp, London; 
 and N. Mahon, Dublin. 1809
 Octavo. First edition. Two volumes bound in one. Contemporary full calf prize 
binding. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. 
 Gilt lettering piece. [209];[292] pp. Errata leaf at end of each volume. Prize 
inscription on upper free and paste-down endpapers. A 
 little rubbed. 
 See Jackson, Annals, p. 331. Jackson seems to indicate that this was published 
as a single volume with 520 pp.
 
163
BROWNE (Mary Ann) Mont Blanc, and other poems. By Mary Ann Browne, in her 
fifteenth year. London: Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; Seeley,                                                             
169 Fleet Street; and W. Benning, 52 Fleet Street. 1827 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Littlewood and Green, 15, Old Bailey]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink linen cloth, paper label on spine. 
[178] pp. 1/2-title. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Spine and label 
chipped. Spine darkened. Corners a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 531. Jackson, Women, Browne 1. 
 
164
BROWNE (Mary Ann) Repentance; and other poems. London: Longman & Co.; 
Hatchard & Son, Piccadilly; and Saunders & Benning, Fleet-Street. 1829 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Samuel Manning and Co., London-House Yard, St. Paul's]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, paper label on spine. 
118 pp. 1/2-title. 12 pp. of advertisements at front (March 1829). A little damp-
affected. Spine slightly frayed and label chipped. Corners slightly rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 548. Jackson, Women, Browne 3.
 
165
BROWNE (Mary Anne) Ignatia, and other poems. London: Hamilton, Adams & Co., 
Paternoster Row; Liverpool: D. Marples & Co., Lord-Street. 1838 [Printer: D. 
Marples & Co., Lord Street, Liverpool]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original green wavy grain patterned 
cloth. Upper cover blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. 176 
pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements on verso of 1/2-title. Dated ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. Rubberstamps on upper free endpaper. 
	Johnson 140. The Johnson copy.
 
166
BROWNE (Thomas) Poems on Several Occasions. By the late Rev. Thomas Browne, 
of Kingston-upon-Hull. London: Printed for Vernor & Hood, by R. & W. Dean, 9, 
Spring-Gardens, Manchester: and sold by Merritt and Wright, Liverpool, and 
Thomas Browne, Hull. 1800
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. 179 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette on title-page. List of subscribers 
(13 pp.). Contains the errata. Spine a trifle frayed. 
 
167
BROWNELL (William) Original Poems on various subjects. Sheffield: Printed for 
the author, and sold by William Todd, and other booksellers. 1815 
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-cream, lilac boards. Paper label on 
spine. 114 pp. 1/2-title.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 142. The Johnson copy.
 
168
BRUCE (George) Poems, Ballads and Songs on various occasions. Edinburgh: 
Printed by Oliver & Boyd, and sold by all the booksellers there; also, by William 
Turnbull, Glasgow; and A.K. Newman and Co., London. 1813
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. 
Paper label on spine. [216] pp. Contains the errata. Dated ink signature on upper 
free endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
169
BRYDSON (Thomas) Poems. Glasgow: John Wylie; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; 
Whittaker, Treacher & Arnot, London. 1829 [Printer: James Hedderwick and Son, 
Printers, Glasgow]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original dark drab boards. Paper label on 
spine. 136 pp. First and last leaves heavily foxed. Spine chipped and frayed.
Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 145. The Johnson copy.
 
170
BUCHANAN (Andrew) Rural Poetry. Stirling: Printed, for the author by J. Fraser. 
Sold by W. Blackwood, Edinburgh; M. Ogle, Glasgow; J. Forman, Stirling; J. Peddie, 
Perth; W. M'Donald and J. Laird, Crieff. 1817 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-drab, blue paper covered 
boards. Paper label on spine. 144 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Bookplate on 
upper free endpaper. Ink signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Ink 
inscription on upper cover. Spine chipped and frayed. Label chipped. 
Jackson, Annals, p. 425. Johnson 146. The Johnson copy.
 
171
BUCHANNAN (John) Albert: a poem, in two cantos. Hilda; and other poems. 
Second edition. London: Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster-Row. 1831 [Printer: 
Whitby: Printed by Robert Kirby, Bridge-Street]
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 240 
pp. Author's dated presentation copy (verso of upper free endpaper). Covers and 
spine rubbed.
	First published in 1828. Jackson, Annals, p. 559. Johnson 149.
 
172
[BULWER-LYTTON (Edward)]  Richelieu: or, the conspiracy: a play, in five acts. To 
which are added, historical odes on the Last Days of Elizabeth; Cromwell's Dream; 
the Death of Nelson. By the author of the "Lady of Lyons," "Eugene Aram," &c. 
Seventh edition. London: Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. 1839 [Printer: 
London: Printed by W. Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street]
Octavo. Seventh edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on spine. 
144 pp. 1/2-title. Advertisements on verso of 1/2-title. A trifle foxed.
	NCBEL III,918. First published in 1839.
	753
	BURGES (James Bland) The Birth and Triumph of Love. With the original 
	designs by an illustrious personage. By Sir James Bland Lamb, Bart. 
	Engraved by P.W. Tomkins, historical engraver to her late Majesty Queen 
	Charlotte. London: Printed for the proprietor, by T. Bensley, Crane-Court, 
	Fleet-Street. Sold by R. Jennings, No. 2, Poultry; and P.W. Tomkins, No. 53, 
	New Bond Street. 1823
		NCBEL II,644. 
173
[?BURNEY (William)] Original Sacred Poems: or Middle-Watch Reflections. By a 
Naval Officer. London: Published by Westley and Davis, Stationers' Court, and W. 
Baynes and Son, Paternoster-Row; also by R. Williams, Devonport. 1827 [Printer: 
Williams, Printer, Devonport] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. [164] 
pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Author's signed presentation copy (upper fly-
leaf). Joints cracked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 531. Johnson 677. The Johnson copy.
 
174
BURNS (John) Poems and Songs, English & Scottish. Ashton-under-Lyne: Printed 
by Thomas Cunningham. Sold by Messrs. Longman and Co., London; and T. 
Sowler, Manchester. 1827 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. 
Paper label on spine. [92] pp. Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on upper free 
endpaper. Spine a trifle frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 532. Johnson 151. The Johnson copy. 
 
175
BURNS (Robert) Tam O'Shanter and Souter Johnny, a poem. Illustrated by 
Thomas Landseer. London: Marsh and Miller, Oxford Street; Printed by S. 
Bentley, Dorset Street. 1830
Octavo. Original printed paper wrappers. [18] pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-
page. Four plates. Tail piece. Additional engraved slip tipped-in at end. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at end. Advertisements on lower cover.
	NCBEL II,1994. First published in 1791. Not in Jackson, Annals.
 
176
BURNS (Robert) An Address to the Deil, with explanatory notes. Illustrated by 
numerous engravings on wood, after designs by Thomas Landseer. London: 
William Kidd, 6, Old Bond Street. 1830 [Printer: C. Whittingham, 21 Tooks Court, 
Chancery Lane, London]
Octavo in 4s. Original printed stiff paper wrappers. [24] pp. Frontispiece. 
Engraved title-page. Six plates. Head piece. Tail piece. 8 pp. of advertisements at 
end. Lacks back-strip.
	Not in NCBEL. First published in 1795.  Not in Jackson, Annals. The imprint 
	on the cover is : London: Orlando Hodgson, 10 Cloth Fair, West Smithfield. 
	The cover calls for "eleven first-rate engravings on wood" which are the 
	cover, the frontispiece, the title-page, the head and tail pieces and the 6 
	plates. 
177
BURTON (Charles) The Bardiad, a poem; in two cantos. Second edition, with 
copious critical ntoes and illustrative selections. London: Sold by Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, Orme and Brown; and by J. Gleave, Deansgate, Manchester. 1823 [Printer: J. 
Gleave, Printer, Manchester]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, light blue paper 
covered boards. Paper label on spine. [290] pp. Some foxing thorughout. Spine a 
little frayed.
	Not in Jackson. Johnson 152. The Johnson copy.
 
178
BURTON (Joseph Mitchell) The Drama of Nature; a poem, in three books. London: 
H. Fisher, Son & Co., 38 Newgate-Street; and sold by T. Sowler, 22 St. Ann's 
Square, Manchester. 1830 [Printer: T. Sowler, Printer, Manchester] J153]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original olive green cloth. Paper label on spine. 
187 pp. 1/2-title. Piece cut from upper free endpaper. Label a little worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 153. The Johnson copy.
 
179
BUTLER (W.J.) Roche Abbey, and other poems with a few essays in prose, which 
have been read before The Literary Society of Nottingham. By the Rev. W.J. 
Butler, M.A. of St. John's College, Cambridge. Nottingham: J. Hicklin and Co., 
Journal Office. 1835 [Printer: J. Hicklin and Co., Nottingham] 
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original rose linen texture cloth. Gilt 
lettering piece on spine. [181] pp. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Spine sunned. 
Lettering piece chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 590. Johnson 154. The Johnson copy.
 
180
[BUTT (George)] A Peep at the Wiltshire Assizes: a serio-ludicrous poem. By One 
Who is But an Attorney. Salisbury: Printed and sold by Brodie and Dowding; sold 
also by Mr. Wilkie, Bookseller, Paternoster-row, London. n.d. [1819] 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 
92 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 446. Johnson 155. The Johnson copy. 
 
181
BUTTERWORTH (J.) The Rustic Muse. A collection of poems. Oldham: Printed and 
sold by J. Clarke, Market-Place; sold also by the author. 1818 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Bound in 1/4-roan, blue paper boards. Lower cover 
printed in black. 70 pp. One plate. Scattered foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 157. The Johnson copy.
 
182
BYERLEY (J. Scott) Love's Lyrics, or, Cupid's carnival. Original and translated. 
London: Printed for C. Chapple, Pall Mall. 1807 [Printer: Hayden, Printer, Brydges 
Street, Covent Garden] 
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-morocco, paper boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. 174 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 310.
183
BYRON (Lord) The Works of the Right Honourable Lord Byron. In four volumes. 
London: Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1815 [Printer: T. Davison, 
Lombard-Street, Whitefriars, London]
Octavo. Four volumes. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spines blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 218; [204]; 228; 
203 pp. Ink signature on title-page of volumes 1 and 3. Lacks 1/2-titles.  
	NCBEL III,271. Coleridge: Collected Editions: III.. These are Coleridge's later 
	issues of volumes 1 and 3.  Kohler, Byron, 242. Jackson, Annals, p. 401. 
184
[BYRON (Lord)] Fare Thee Well! [J. Davison for private distribution, April 1816]
Quarto in 2s [but now octavo in 2s]. First edition. Contemporary drab paper 
wrappers: bound with BYRON. The Lament of Tasso. [not catalogued], in plain 
brown linen box with gilt blocking on spine. 3 pp. Cut down. Creased. 
	NCBEL III,282. Wise, Byron, I, pp. 110-11. Randolph, p. 119. Coleridge: Fare 
	Thee Well. II. Not in Kohler, Byron. Fare Thee Well! was "privately printed 
	in an edition of 50 copies, of which only a handful has survived" according 
	to Randolph. Wise called it "practically impossible to acquire". 
 
185
BYRON (Lord) Poems on his Domestic Circumstances. I. Fare thee well! II. A 
sketch from private life. By Lord Byron. With the Star of the Legion of Honour 
and other poems.London: Printed for W. Hone, 55, Fleet Street. 1816 [Printer: 
Hay and Turner, Printers, Newcastle Street, Strand]
Octavo. First edition of this piracy. Rebound in 1/4-black morocco, marbled 
boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [32] pp. Lacks 1/2-title. A 
trifle foxed. 
	NCBEL III,282. Not in Wise. Not in Randolph. Coleridge: Poems on His 
	Domestic Circumstances: I. Kohler, Byron, 135. Jackson, Annals, p. 410.
186
BYRON (Lord)  Tales. In two volumes. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 
1837 [Printer: London: Printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Street-Square]
12mo. Two volumes. First edition thus. Original green wavy grain cloth, a.e.g. 
Upper covers blocked in blind and gilt. Lower covers blocked in blind. Spines 
blocked in gilt. [264];260 pp. 1/2-title in volume 1. Engraved vignette title-page 
in each volume. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper of each volume. 
	NCBEL,III,273. Coleridge: Miscellaneous: XV. Kohler, Byron, 383.
187
BYRON (Lord)  Miscellanies. In three volumes. London: John Murray, Albemarle 
Street. 1839[37] [Printer: London: Printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Street-
Square]
12mo. Three volumes. Original green wavy grain cloth, a.e.g. Upper covers 
blocked in blind and gilt. Lower covers blocked in blind. Spines blocked in gilt. 
316;305;288 pp. Engraved vignette title-page in each volume. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper of each volume. Upper cover of volume 2 damp 
affected. 
	See NCBEL III,273. Volume 1 is dated 1839 although plate is dated 1837. 
	Volumes 2 and 3 are dated 1837. Coleridge: Miscellaneous Poems: XIV. He 
	gives only 1837. Kohler, Byron, 382.
 
188
[C.] Village Rhymes. London: Printed for R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside; sold by L.B. 
Seeley and Sons, Fleet Street, London. 1831 [Printer: L.B. Seeley and Sons, 
Thames Ditton, Surrey]
Octavo. First edition. Original pink moiré patterned cloth. Gilt lettering piece on 
spine. 112 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. Six plates. A trifle foxed. Upper 
hinge cracked. Spine faded and a little frayed. Covers a little marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 158. The Johnson copy.
  
189
THE CABINET OF MODERN ART, and Literary Souvenir. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. 
Second series. London: Published for the Proprietor, by Whittaker & Co., Ave-
Maria-Lane. 1836 [Printer: London: Printed by James Taylor, Crane-Court, Fleet-
Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in contemporary paper covered boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 224 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Twenty-two plates. Ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. Joints cracked. Spine darkened. Covers a little 
marked.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Watts. Faxon 1121.
190
THE CABINET OF MODERN ART, and Literary Souvenir. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. 
Third series. London: Whittaker & Co., Ave-Maria-Lane. 1837 [Printer: London: 
Printed by John Keys, at the Office of the United Service Gazette, No. 1, Crane 
Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition. Original full maroon morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 225 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Twenty-
two plates. Spine sunned.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Watts. Faxon 1122.
 
191
CAIUS & JUNIUS The Wish, with other poems. Norwich: Printed by Stevenson, 
Matchett, and Stevenson. 1813 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original grey boards, rebacked. Paper 
label on spine. 64 pp. F4 repaired. Some foxing and a little staining. Covers 
marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 987. The Johnson copy.
 
192
THE CAMEO, an interesting and instructive miscellany for young people. Edited 
by Mrs. C. Hall. With beautiful steel plates. London: Published by Westley & 
Davis, Stationers Court and sold by all booksellers. n.d. [Printer: W.J. Sears, 3, 
Ivy-Lane, Newgate-Street]
12mo in 6s. First edition. Original red ribbed grain cloth, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 248 pp. Frontispiece. 4 plates. Ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. Covers marked. Spine repaired. 
	Not in Faxon. 
 
193
CAMPBELL (D.P.) Poems. Inverness: Printed and published for the Authoress, by 
J. Young, bookseller. 1811
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 
Gilt edges. 198 pp. Lacks 1/2-title and upper free endpaper. Some damp-
staining. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 351. Jackson, Women, Campbell 1. Johnson 159.
 
194
CAMPBELL (Hugh Y.) Midwatch Ideas, preserved from Shipwrecks and prisons. 
By Hugh Y. Campbell, naval cosmopolite. Kilmarnock: Printed for the author by H. 
Crawford. 1815 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in green linen texture cloth, uncut. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [190] pp. Some scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 160. The Johnson copy.
 
195
CAMPBELL (Hugh) The Wanderer in Ayrshire: a tour, in search of public spirit. 
by Hugh Campbell, Cosmopolite. Kilmarnock: Printed by Hugh Crawford, for the 
author. 1817 [J161]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. [175] 
pp. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Spine a very trifle frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 161. The Johnson copy. 
 
196
CAMPBELL (James) The Judgment of Babylon; the siege of Masada; with other 
poems. London: Printed for John Churchill, Leicester Square. 1826 [Printer: 
London: Ibotson and Palmer, Printers, Savoy Street, Strand]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards. Paper label on 
spine. 200 pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Evidence of bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Ink signature on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Spine a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 522.
 
197
CAMPBELL (Robert Calder) Lays from the East. London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 
Cornhill. 1831 [Printer: Printed by A. Sweeting, 31, Bartholomew Close]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, grey paper covered boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 252 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 561. 
 
198
CAMPBELL (Thomas) Specimens of the British Poets; with biographical and 
critical notices, and an essay on English poetry. In seven volumes. London: John 
Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1819 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Seven volumes. Uncut in full linen texture cloth. Gilt 
lettering piece on each spine. [320]; 397; 424; 488; [400]; 456; [448] pp. 
	NCBEL III,262. Jackson, Annals, p. 449. Volume 7 includes poetry by 
	Robert Burns, Wiliam Cowper, Chrisopher Anstey and Erasmus Darwin.
199
CAMPBELL (Thomas) Theodric; a domestic tale; and other poems. London: 
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster Row. 
1824 [Printer: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, new backstrip 
and new label on spine. 149 pp. 1/2-title. Erratum at end. A trifle foxed.
	NCBEL III,262. Jackson, Annals, p. 508. 
 
200
CANNING (George) The Poetical Works of the Right Hon. George Canning.... 
Comprising the whole of his satires, odes, songs, and other poems; with a 
biographical memoir of the author. London: Published by J. Limbird, Strand; and 
sold by all booksellers. [1823] [Printer: B. Johnson, Printer, Beaufort Buildings, 
Strand]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on 
upper cover. [54] pp. 
	NCBEL II,645. Jackson, Annals, p. 495. 
 
201
"CANNY SHIELDS". [Newcastle: J. Clark, Printer. n.d.] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Single folded leaf as issued. 4 pp.
	Johnson 162. The Johnson copy.
 
202
CAREY (David) Craig Phadric, visions of sensibility, with legendary tales, and 
occasional pieces. Inverness: Printed for the author, and sold by J. Young, L. 
Grant & Co. and Smith & Clark; L. Forsyth and W. Young, Elgin; Archd. Constable 
& Co. and W. Creech, Edinburgh; and Vernor, Hood and Sharpe, London. 1811 
[Printer: Printed by J. Young, Inverness] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper covered 
boards. Rebacked, paper label on spine. [226] pp. Some scattered foxing.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 348. Johnson 163. The Johnson copy. 
 
203
CAREY (David)(Ed.) Beauties of the Modern Poets; being selections from the 
works of the most popular authors of the present day; including many original 
pieces, never before published, and an introductory view of the modern temple 
of fame. London: Printed for William Wright, 46 Fleet-Street. 1820 [Printer: W. 
Shackell, Printer, No. 11, Johnson's-Court, Fleet-Street, London]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, paper 
label on spine. 324 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Lacks upper free endpaper. Label a trifle frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 451. Contains poetry by Byron, Southey, Wordsworth, 
	Montgomery, Crabbe, Scott, Moore, Rogers and Coleridge.
 
204
CARLYLE (Robert) De Vaux, or the Heir of Gilsland, a poem, in five cantos. 
Carlisle: Printed and sold by B. Scott; sold also by J. Richardson and W. Clarke, 
London; and A. Constable and Co., and Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh. 1817
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original gray paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. 192 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 417. Johnson 164. The Johnson copy.
 
205
CARMICHAEL (Miss [R.]) Poems. Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, and sold by 
Peter Hill. 1790 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards. 92 pp. List of 
subscribers (5 pp.). Ms. notes to text identifying some of the anonymous 
characters. Charles Lamb's copy (see bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper). 
Spine frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Carmichael 1. 
 
206
CARNEGIE (George Fullerton) The Destinies of Zohak, or the halls of Argenk. A 
poem, in three cantos. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, George Street. 1834 
[Printer: J. Burnet, Printer, Leith]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original purple diaper grain cloth. 118 pp. 1/2-
title. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ms. date inscription on a3. Spine 
faded.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 579. Johnson 166.
 
207
CARNEGIE (G.F.) Poems on Various Subjects. Edinburgh: William Blackwood, 
George Street. 1834 [Printer: J. Burnet, Printer, Leith] 
Octavo. First edition. Original black patterned ribbed grained cloth, uncut. Paper 
label on spine. 112 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Label a little 
frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 582. Johnson 167. The Johnson copy.
 
208
CARRINGTON (N.T.) The Banks of Tamar; a poem with other pieces. A new 
edition. London: J. Murray, Esq., Albemarle-Street. 1828 [Printer: Roberts, 
Printers, Devonport] 
Octavo in 4s. New edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
blind. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. [158] pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). 
Bookplate on upper free endpaper. A trifle foxed.
	First published in 1820. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 168. The Johnson 
	copy. 
 
209
CARRINGTON (N.T.) Dartmoor: a descriptive poem. With notes by the late W. Gurt, 
Esq., Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, Plymouth; and eight vignettes and 
four views, illustrative of scenery, drawn and etched by P.H. Rogers, Esq., 
London. Second edition. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1826 [Printer: 
Devonport: Printed by R. Williams]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in blind. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. [218] pp. Frontispiece. Eleven 
plates. 10 pp. of "critical opinions in favour of this volume" at end. List of 
subscribers (2 pp.). Bookplate on upper free endpaper. A little rubbed.
	First published in 1826. Jackson, Annals, p. 520. Johnson 170. The Johnson 
	copy. 
 
210
CARRINGTON (N.T.) The Collected Poems of the late N.T. Carrington. Edited by his 
son, H.E. Carrington. [In two volumes]. London: Longman and Co. 1834 [Printer: D. 
E. Carrington, Printer, Bath]
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary full green calf, a.e.g. 
Covers and spines blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece on 
each spine. 270;[260] pp. Ink inscription on upper fly-leaf of volume 1. Lettering 
pieces a trifle chipped. Scattered foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 579.  Johnson 169.
 
211
CARTER (George R.) The School-boy's Reverie: a collection of poems, epic and 
descriptive. By George R. Carter, of Deal. A youth of fifteen; late pupil at F. 
Gorbell's Academy. Dover: Printed and published by T. Rigden, at the Albion 
Library and Cinque Ports Herald Office, Snargate-Street. 1826  
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper covered 
boards. Paper label on spine. [186] pp. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Contains the 
errata. 2 pp. or advertisements at end. A little foxed. Covers marked. Spine a 
little frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 172. The Johnson copy. 
 
212
CARTWRIGHT (William) The Battle of Waterloo, a poem. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown & Green; Burlton, Leominster; and Merricks, Hereford. 1827 
[Printer: Burlton, Printer, Leominster]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. Paper 
label on spine. 71 pp. 1/2-title. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Spine and 
edges a trifle frayed. Piece missing from label.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 173. The Johnson copy.
 
213
CARY (Henry Francis) The Birds of Aristophanes. Translated by the Rev. Henry 
Francis Cary, A.M. with notes. London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet-
Street, and 13, Waterloo-Place, Pall Mall. 1824 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards. Paper label on 
spine. [180] pp. 1/2-title. Joints cracked. Spine chipped. 
	NCBEL III,371. Jackson, Annals, p. 500. 
 
214
CARY (Henry Francis) Pindar in English Verse. By the Rev. Henry Francis Cary, 
A.M. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1833 [Printer: Chiswick: Printed by C. 
Whittingham]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, rebacked. 
Paper label on spine. 214 pp. 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Rubber-stamp on upper free endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,371. Jackson, Annals, p. 575. 
 
215
CASTIGATOR Peter Nicked; or, the devil's darling. A mock-heroic poem, in three 
cantos. London: Printed by James Cundee, Ivy-Lane, for Thomas Hurst, Pater- 
noster-Row. 1804
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on 
spine. [36] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 280. Canto I was all published. 
 
216
CASTIGATOR The "Old Youth" detected; or, the meddling fool chastised for his 
folly. [Darlington: W. H. Blackburn, Printer, High-Row. n.d.] 
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards, uncut. Paper label 
on spine. 4 pp. Bound with: FEMALE (A) An Appeal to the Consciences of 
Christians, on the Subject of Dress. 1815. [not catalogued] and OLD YOUTH A New 
Book, containing animadversions on a pamphlet recently written and published 
by a Female. 1816. [not catalogued].
	Johnson 668. The Johnson copy. 
217
CATALONIA, A POEM; with notes illustrative of the present state of affairs in the 
Peninsula. Edinburgh: Printed for John Ballantyne & Co., Hanover-Street; and for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1811 [Printer: Edinburgh: 
Printed by James Ballantyne & Co.]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on 
upper cover. 48 pp. Trimmed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 348. 
 
218
[CATTERMOLE (Richard)] Becket, an historical tragedy; The Men of England, an 
ode; and other poems. London: E. Moxon, New Bond Street. 1832 [Printer: 
London: J. Moyes, Castle Street, Leicester Square]
Octavo. First edition. Original patterned morocco grain cloth, uncut. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 206 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 566. 
 
219
[CAUNTER (Richard McDonald)] Attila, a tragedy; and other poems. London: T. 
and W. Boone, New Bond-Street. 1832 [Printer: Marchant, Printer, Ingram-Court, 
Fenchurch-Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 316 pp. Author's presentation copy 
(upper paste-down endpaper). A little marked. Covers scuffed and a little 
frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 566. 
 
	30
	CECIL (Charles)(Ed.) The Amulet: an elegant literary present. Edited by 
	Charles Cecil. Illustrated with steel engravings. London: Published by R.A. 
	Charlton; J. Cumming, Dublin; J. Campbell, Glasgow; and all booksellers. n.d.
 
220
CHALMERS (Margaret) Poems. By Margaret Chalmers, Lerwick, Zetland. 
Newcastle: Printed by S. Hodgson, Union-Street. 1813 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Spine blocked in 
black. 160 pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (6 pp.). Ms. notes by author on verso 
of 1/2-title and on title-page. Some foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, 370. Jackson, Romantic Women, Chalmers 1. Johnson 176. 
	The Johnson copy.
 
221
CHAMBERS (James) The Poetical Works of James Chambers, Itinerant poet, with 
the life of the author. Ipswich: Printed for and sold by the editor, J. Gissing; sold 
also by Cowell, Butter-Market, and all other booksellers. 1820 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint] 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original brown paper covered boards, 
rebacked. Paper label on spine. [168] pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (1 p.). 
Contains the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 461. Johnson 177. The Johnson copy. Although Johnson 
	cites C. Ragan as the printer there is no printer's imprint in this volume.
 
222
CHARLES MARTEL, a prize poem, and a prize essay on novels and novelists, 
recited in Rugby School, Wenesday, April 25th, 1832. Rugby: Printed and sold by 
Rowell and Son. [1832]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Newly rebound in paper covered boards. Spine 
blocked in black. 16 pp. Dated ink signature on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
223
CHARLTON (W.H.) Poems. By the Rev. W.H. Charlton, A.M., Curate of St. Mary's, 
Bryanston Square. London: Printed for the author; J.G. & F. Rivington, St. Paul's 
Church Yard, and Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. 1834 [Printer: J. Langdon, Printer, 7 
Wyndham-Street, Bryanston-Square] 
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-black calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt 
bands. [308] pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (21 pp.). Contains the errata leaf. 
Ink signature on title-page. Upper joint cracked. Edges rubbed. 
Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
224
CHATER (R.C.) The Burning of Moscow, a poem. By the late R.C. Chater, Esq. of 
Magdalen Hall, Oxford. London: Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longmans; E.M. 
& E. Tayler, High Street, Camberwell. 1838 [Printer: Lymington: Printed by R. 
Galpine]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original brown ribbed grain cloth, a.e.g. Upper cover 
blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. [40] pp. 1/2-title. List of 
subscribers (4 pp.). A little worn.
 
225
[CHEEK (Elizabeth)(Ed.)] Miscellaneous Poems. Manchester: Printed at the Office 
of W. Shelmerdine and Co., No. 5 Hanging Ditch. n.d. [1801] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, light green paper boards. 145 pp. 
Folding frontispiece. Contains the errata leaf. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Lacks 
lower free endpaper. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks backstrip.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 253. Jackson, Women, Collections 14. Johnson 179. The 
	Johnson copy. 
 
226
CHEETHAM (Robert Farren) Poems. By Robert Farren Cheetham, of Brasen-Nose 
Coll., Oxon. Stockport: Printed by J. Clarke. 1798 
Quarto. Brown linen texture cloth. Evidence of label on upper cover. [45] pp. 1/2-
title. Contains the errata. Bound with ms. poems by the author. Covers and spine 
rubbed and worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 228. Johnson 181. The Johnson copy.
 
227
CHESSHYRE (E.) Posthumous Songs, etc. Manchester: Wilmot Henry Jones, Market-
Street. 1837 [Printer: W.H. Jones, Printer, Manchester] 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan morocco, marbled boards, t.e.g. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 48 pp. Frontispiece. Leather 
bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Johnson 182. The Johnson copy.
 
228
CHESTER (Harry) The Lay of the Lady Ellen, a tale of 1834. London: Saunders and 
Otley, Conduit Street. 1835 [Printer: London: Ibotson and Palmer, Printers, Savoy 
Street, Strand]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards. Paper label on 
spine. 117 pp. 8 pp. of advertisements at front (August 1835). Ink inscription on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks upper free endpaper. Spine chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 588.
 
229
THE CHIEFTAIN'S FETE; a poem, in four parts. Inverness: Printed by James 
Fraser, and sold by W. Ettles, L. Grant and Co., and J. Smith, Inverness; N. Douglas, 
Tain; J. Habrower, Fort Augustus; D. M'Intyre, Fort William; W. Milne, Forres; I. 
Forsyth, and W. Young, Elgin; A. Brown and Co., Aberdeen; D. Peat, Pert; Brash 
and Reid, Glasgow; W. Blackwood, Edinburgh; and J. Murray, Albemarle-Street, 
Piccadilly, London. n.d. [1818] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in cream paper covered boards, uncut. Spine 
blocked in black. [80] pp. Title-page rubbed. Foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 430. Johnson 183. The Johnson copy. 
 
230
CHOWN (William) Original Miscellaneous Poems, on moral, religious and 
entertaining subjects. By William Chown, schoolmaster, of Moulton, Near 
Northampton. Northampton: Printed by F. Cordeux. And may be had of Longman 
& Co., St. Paul's Church Yard, London; Abel, Northampton; March, 
Wellingborough; Dash, Kettering; and of the author, at Moulton. 1818 
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces. Raised gilt bands. 
[99] pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Some foxing. A little rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 185. The Johnson copy. 
 
231
THE CHRISTIAN KEEPSAKE, AND MISSIONARY ANNUAL. Edited by the Rev. 
William Ellis. 1836. London and Paris: Fisher, Son & Co.; and W. Jackson, New 
York. [1835] [Printer: Fisher, Son & Co., Printers, Newgate Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original full black roan, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 202 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-page with 
vignette. 15 plates. 6 pp. of advertisements at end. Dated ink inscription on 
upper fly-leaf. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Faxon 1146. Contains poetry by Barton and Montgomery.
 
232
THE CHRISTIAN KEEPSAKE, AND MISSIONARY ANNUAL. Edited by the Rev. 
William Ellis. 1837. London, Paris and America: Fisher, Son & Co. [1837] [Printer: 
London: Printed by Fisher, Son & Co., Newgate Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original full yellow morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 206 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved vignette 
title-page. Fourteen plates. Upper hinge repaired. 
	Faxon 1147. Contains poetry by Montgomery. 
233
CHRISTMAS BOUQUET, being a new selection of riddles, charades, &c. for the 
exercise of the imagination. Liverpool: Printed by Smith and Glaway, and sold by 
E. Willan, Bold Street, and the other booksellers. 1818 
12mo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. 23 pp. Bound with: LLWYD. Gayton Wake, or Mary Dod. 1804. [not 
catalogued] and LLOYD. A syllabus of a Course of Lectures on Astronomy. 1816. 
[not catalogued]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 186. The Johnson copy.
 
234
CLARE (John) Poems descriptive of Rural Life and Scenery. By John Clare, a 
Northamptonshire Peasant. London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, Fleet Street; 
and E. Drury, Stamford. 1820 [Printer: T. Miller, Printer, Noble Street, Cheapside, 
London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards, uncut. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [232] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the erratum. 10 
pp. of advertisements at end. Lacks blank [b1], as usual [see Tinker 636].
	NCBEL III,357. Jackson, Annals, p. 461. Hayward 236.
 
235
CLARK (John) Poems on Several Subjects, and Occasions, both moral and 
entertaining. Trowbridge: Printed for the author by T. Long and sold by T. 
Chapman, No. 151, Fleet Street, London; W. Bulgin, and R. Edwards, Bristol; S. 
Hazard, Bath; and all other booksellers. 1799 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf, rebacked. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 188 pp. Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 190.
 
236
CLERGYMAN Poems by a Clergyman. Lichfield: Printed and sold by T.G. Lomax, 
and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1820
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
39 pp. Contains the erratum slip. Lacks 1/2-title. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 705. The Johnson copy. 
 
237
CLERGYMAN, LATE OF OXFORD The Castle and Tomb of the Patriot Monarch; or, a 
visit to Windsor, on occasion of the funeral procession of George the Third. With 
a sketch of his character, and an engraving by Cruikshank. A poetical narrative. 
By a Clergyman, late of Oxford. London: Printed by R. Gray, Wine-Office-Court, 
Fleet-Street. Published by J. Hatchard and Son, 190, Piccadilly. Sold by F. 
Westley, Stationers'-Court; G. Greenland, Finsbury-Place; E. Wilson, Royal 
Exchange; and all other booksellers. 1820
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 66 pp. 
Frontispiece. One plate. A little shaken. Bound with: PIGGOTT. Guide to Youth. 
1818 [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
238
CLIFFORD (M.M.) Egypt; a poem, descriptive of that country and its inhabitants. 
Written during the late campaign. By M.M. Clifford, Esq. of the Twelfth or Prince 
of Wales's Light Dragoons. London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. for R.H. Evans, 
(Successor to Mr. Edwards,) Pall-Mall. 1802
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf, upper cover rejointed. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 79 pp. Dated ink signature on title-page. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 261. 
 
239
CLUBBE (William) Six Satires of Horace, in a style between free imitation and 
literal version. Ipswich: Printed and sold by George Jermyn. Sold also by F. and C. 
Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard, and T. Paine, Mewse-Gate, London. 1795
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards, 
rebacked. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 136 pp. 1/2-title. List of 
subscribers (12 pp.). Dated ink signature on upper paste- down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 204. Johnson 191.
 
240
COATES (James) Bridlington-Quay. A descriptive poem; second edition, enlarged 
and improved: to which is added a list of the lodging-houses. Scarborough: 
Printed for the Author by G. Broadrick, New- brough-Street. [1813]
12mo. in 4s. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. 
Rebacked. Spine blocked in gilt. 48 pp. Folding map as frontispiece. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. D2 trimmed with loss of letters on verso. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 192.
 
241
COBBOLD (Richard)  Valentine Verses; or, lines of truth, love, and virtue. By the 
Reverend Richard Cobbold, A.M. Ipswich: Printed and sold by E. Shalders. 1827
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-green calf, patterned ribbed grain cloth. 
Uncut. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [265] pp. 1/2-title. 
Frontispiece by Cobbold. 103 plates (of which 101 are by Cobbold). Errata slip 
and original label laid-down, together with cut-out singnatures of previous 
owner. Ink inscription on upper fly-leaf.
	NCBEL III,717. Jackson, Annals, p. 534. Johnson 197.
242
COCK (James) Simple Strains; or, the homespun lays of an untutored muse. By 
James Cock, Weaver. Aberdeen: Printed for the author; and sold by William 
Gordon, Upperkirkgate, and the other booksellers; J. Chalmers & Co., Printers. 
1810  
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original cream boards, rebacked. 156 pp. 
Lacks lower free endpaper. Some scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 199. The Johnson copy.
 
243
COCK (James) Hamespun Lays, or the simple strains of an untutored muse. By 
James Cock, Weaver. Aberdeen: Printed by D. Chalmers & Co., for the author; and 
sold by W. Collie, Upperkirkgate, and the other booksellers. 1824 
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper 
wrappers. 144 pp. Spine slightly frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 198. The Johnson copy. 
 
244
THE COCK OF COTTON WALK, and Maid of All Work, alias "Non mi Ricordo," and 
"Je ne me rappelle pas;" introduced as principal supporters to the wonderful 
Green Bag. A poem. Second edition. London: Printed for and published by C.E. 
Pritchard, Islington Green. 1820 [Printer: W. Flint, Printer, Angel Court, Skinner 
Street]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards. [16] pp. 
Illustrated. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
 
809
[COLERIDGE (S.T.)] Nugë Canorë. Poems by Charles Lloyd. Third edition, with 
additions. London: Printed for J. and A. Arch, Cornhill. 1819
	Not in NCBEL entry for Coleridge but BL catalogue includes reference to 
	poem by him.
 
245
COLLIER (J.P.) Fridolin, or the road to the iron-foundery; a ballad, by F. Schiller. 
With a translation by J.P. Collier, Esq. Illustrated with eight engravings in outline 
by Henry Moses, from the designs of Retsch. London: Published by Septimus 
Prowett, 269, Strand. 1824 [Printer: London: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset 
Street]
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-sheep, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. 43 pp. Eight plates. Some foxing. 
	Not in NCBEL. NCBEL notes that "Collier also made trns. from Schiller 
	1824-5". Jackson, Annals, p. 502. 
 
246
COLLIER (Mary) Poetic Effusions. Second edition, with additions. Derby: Printed 
for the authoress, by G. Jewitt, Curzon Street. 1835 
12mo. in 6s. Second edition. Uncut in the original green moiré grain cloth. Paper 
label on upper cover. [96] pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (4 pp.). A little 
rubbed. 
	First published in 1823. Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. 
	Johnson 205. The Johnson copy.
 
247
COLLINS ([John]) Scripscrapologia: or, Collins's doggerel dish of all sorts. 
Consisting of songs adapted to familiar tunes, and which may be sung without 
the chaunterpipe of an Italian warbler, or the ravishing accompaniments of 
Tweedle-dum or Tweedle-dee. Particularly those which have been most 
applauded in the author's once popular performance, call'd The Brush. The 
gallimaufry garnished with a variety of comic tales, quaint epigrams, whimsical 
epitaphs, &c. &c. Birmingham: Publish'd by the Author himself, and printed by 
M. Swinney. 1804
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 184 pp. 1/2- title. Frontispiece. Contains the errata. Covers worn. 
Foxed and a little stained.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 283. Johnson 207.
 
248
COLLINSON (E.) and FARRAR (M.A.) Poems. London: Simpkin and Marshall, 
Holdsworth and Ball; E. Keighley, Kirkgate, Bradford; and all other booksellers. 
1836 [Printer: E. Keighley, Printer, Bradford] 
Octavo. First edition. Bound in black morocco binder's cloth. [220] pp. Dated ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. Shaken, title-page and some others loose. 
	Johnson 208. The Johnson copy. 
 
249
[COLMAN (George, the Younger)] Eccentric Tales. In verse. Ascribed to George 
Colman, the Younger, Esq. Forming a new volume to his Broad Grins. The second 
edition. London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, 111, Cheapside; and William Allason, 
31, New Bond Street. 1812 [Printer: Printed by J. Haddon, Tabernacle Walk, 
Finsbury]
12mo. Second edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 144 pp. Coloured folding frontispiece. Bound with: 
COLMAN. Broad Grins. 1811 [not catalogued].
	?First published in 1812. Not in Colman's entry in NCBEL. Jackson, Annals, 
	p. 357. The British Library Catalogue does not list this title under Colman 
	and does not have a copy of this edition. A book with a similar title was 
	published in 1808 by Cornelius Crambo, a pseudonym for W.B. Rhodes. 
	NCBEL only lists the 1808 edition in the entry for Rhodes and the title 
	given is Eccentric Tales by Cornelius Crambo. 
 
250
COLTON (C.) Hypocrisy. A satire in three books. Book the first. By the Rev. C. 
Colton, A.M. Cantab. Tiverton: Printed and sold by T. Smith, sold also by W. 
Button, 24 Paternoster-Row, London; and by all other booksellers. 1812 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 296 pp. Ink signature on title-page. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 359. Johnson 210.
 
251
[COMBE (William)] Six Engravings by H. Thielcke, after the designs of Her Royal 
Highness The Princess Elizabeth. With illustrations in verse. London: Published 
by R. Ackermann, Repository of Arts, 101 Strand; printed by William Bulmer and 
Co. Shakspeare Press. 1813
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary marbled boards, paper label on upper cover, 
rebacked in 1/4-calf. 38 pp. Frontispiece. 6 plates. Upper cover scuffed. Sprung.
	NCBEL II,648. See Jackson, Annals, p. 373: Six Poems, Illustrative... and 
	published by Ackermann with the same date and pagination and 
	attributed to William Combe. There is no reference to this item in the 
	British Library's entry for William Combe. It is listed under Elizabeth...
 
252
THE COMIC SONGSTER: a collection of Scotch, English and Irish comic songs. First 
series. Glasgow: W. Hamilton, Renfield Street. 1839 [Printer: J. Neilson, Printer, 
Paisley]
24mo. in 12s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 368 pp. 
Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on title-page. Foxed. 
 
253
THE COMMON-PLACE BOOK of British Song; consisting of an original selection of 
the finest songs or vocal poetry in the English and Scottish languages, including 
many songs never before published. Edinburgh: John Anderson, Jun., 55 North 
Bridge-Street. [1823] [Printer: Printed by Walker & Greig, Edinburgh]
12mo. First edition. Contemporary full calf, a.e.g., rebacked, original backstrip 
laid-down. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt 
bands. 438 pp. Frontispiece. 
	Contains poetry by Clare, Campbell, Shelley, Byron, Moore, Scott, Leigh 
	Hunt, Wordsworth and  Burns.
 
254
[COMPTON (Margaret, Marchioness of Northampton)] Irene, a poem, in six cantos. 
Miscellaneous poems. London: Printed by Mills, Jowett, and Mills, Bolt-Court, 
Fleet-Street. 1833 [Not published.]
Octavo. First edition. Original purple morocco grain cloth. Spine blocked in blind 
and gilt. 206 pp. Spine faded. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 574. Jackson, Women, Compton 1.
 
256
[CONDER (Joan), CONDER (Josiah) and TAYLOR (Jane)] The Associate Minstrels. 
Second edition. London: Printed for Josiah Conder, Bucklersbury; Gale, Curtis, and 
Fenner, Paternoster-Row; and John Ballantyne and Co., Edinburgh. 1813 
 
255
CONDER (Josiah) The Star in the East; with other poems. London: Printed for 
Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet-Street; and 13, Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall. 1824 
[Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary maroon 1/2-calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. [204] pp. 
Contains the errata. 8 pp. of advertisements at end (January 1, 1824). Some 
pencilled scorings to text. Text a little grimed. Ms. notes on upper and lower 
endpapers. Edges a little rubbed. 
	NCBEL III,373. See Jackson, Annals, p. 508. Jackson gives a different 
	pagination for this item.  
 
256
[CONDER (Josiah), CONDER (Joan) and TAYLOR (Jane)] The Associate Minstrels. 
Second edition. London: Printed for Josiah Conder, Bucklersbury; Gale, Curtis, and 
Fenner, Paternoster-Row; and John Ballantyne and Co., Edinburgh. 1813 [Printer: 
Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne & Co.]
12mo. in 8s. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-olive green calf, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 222 pp. 
Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. A little foxed.
	NCBEL III,373. First published in 1810. Jackson, Annals, p. 366. Jackson, 
	Women, Collections 22(b). Jackson does not cross reference this to Jane 
	Taylor, only to Joan Conder.
 
257	
CONGRATULATORY ADDRESSES recited in the Theatre, Oxford, at the installation 
of his grace the Duke of Wellington, Chancellor of the University, M DCCC XXXIV. 
Second edition. Oxford: Published by J. Vincent. 1834 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary full morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 69 pp. Frontispiece. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Bound with: ARNOULD. Hospice of St. Bernard. 1834. [item 43]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
 
258
THE CONTENTION, a dream, on the lamented Malibran. Second edition. Brighton: 
Printed by William Fleet, Herald Office. n.d. [?c.1834]  
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Rebound in marble paper wrappers, uncut. 12 pp. 
Author's presentation copy (title-page).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. Johnson 211. The Johnson 
	copy.
 
259
COOK (Henry) Adrian, a tale of Italy, in three cantos; also, the star of destiny, and 
other poems. London: John W. Parker, West Strand. 1839 [Printer: London: John 
W. Parker, St. Martin's Lane]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf, a.e.g., rebacked, original 
backstrip laid-down. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside 
dentelles. [112] pp. Rubbed.
 
260
[COOKSON (C.)] Glastonbury Abbey; a poem. Taunton: Printed and published by 
W. Bragg; and sold by Longman & Co., Paternoster Row, London. 1826
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary full maroon calf. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. [160] pp. Joints cracked. Piece missing from 
tail of spine. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 212.
 
261
CORDINGLEY (John) Poems. Ipswich: Printed and published by R. Deck; sold also 
by Longman and Co., Hamilton, Adams, and Co., and G.B. Whittaker, London; Deck, 
Bury; Shalder, and Cowell, Ipswich; Swinborne and Walter, Colchester; Guy, 
Chelmsford; and Stacy, Norwich. 1827
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-linen, boards, paper label on 
spine. 159 pp. 1/2-title. Lacks upper and lower free endpapers. Rubber-stamp 
on upper cover and on 1/2-title. Scattered foxing. Covers and spine somewhat 
worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
262
THE CORONAL; an annual of literature and the fine arts. With fine engravings. 
London: Edward Lacey, 76 St. Paul's Church-Yard. [1834] [Printer: Printed by W. 
J. Sears, 7, New Court, Bow Lane, Cheapside]
Octavo. First edition. Original 1/4-morocco, embossed ribbed grain cloth covered 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 312 pp. 
Frontispiece and vingette title-page. Nine plates. Hinges cracked. A trifle rubbed. 
	Faxon 1184. His copy has only seven plates together with the vignette 
	title-page.
 
263
[COTES (Henry)] Metres addressed to the Lovers of Truth, Nature and Sentiment. 
By the author of "Sketches of Truth". Second edition, enlarged. Newcastle: Printed 
by S. Hodgson; and sold by E. Charnley and Son, and the other booksellers in 
Newcastle; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; and Cradock and Joy, London. 1810
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, paper 
label on spine, upper cover rejointed. 246 pp. Some very neat scorings to text. 
Joints cracked. Covers grimed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 216.
 
264
COTTLE (Joseph)  A New Version of the Psalm of David. London: Printed for T.N. 
Longman and O. Rees, Paternoster-Row, by Biggs and Co., Bristol. 1801
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 240 pp. Ink signature on title-page. Dated ink signature on 
verso of upper free endpaper. A trifle scuffed. 
NCBEL III,374. Jackson, Annals, p. 254.
 
265
COTTLE (Joseph)(Ed.) Selection of Poems, designed chiefly for schools and young 
persons. Third edition. London: Printed for T. Cadell, Strand, by T. J. Manchee, 
Bristol. n.d. [1823]
12mo. Third edition. Bound in 1/2-roan, morocco grain cloth boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [360] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Some ms. notes to text. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Cottle. Jackson, Annals, p. 497. This is the earliest 
	edition cited by Jackson. Contains poetry by Cowper, Cottle, Southey, 
	Bowles, Crabbe, Scott, Campbell and Montgomery.
266
COTTLE (Joseph) Malvern Hills, with minor poems, and essays. Fourth edition. [In 
two volumes]. London: Printed for T. Cadell, Strand. 1829 [Printer: P. Rose, 
Printer, Broadmead, Bristol]
Octavo in 12s. Fourth edition. Two volumes. Uncut in the original drab paper 
boards. Paper label on each spine. 239;[-522] pp. 1/2-title in each volume. 
Frontispiece in each volume. Five plates in volume 2. Contains the erratum. 1 p. 
of advertisements at end of volume 2.
	NCBEL III,374. First published in 1798. Jackson, Annals, p. 545. This is the 
	first edition to contain the essays. Contains poetry by Coleridge and 
	Southey.
 
267
COULTON (C.) Hypocrisy. A satire, in three books. Book the first. Tiverton: Printed 
and sold by T. Smith. Sold also, by W. Button, 24, Paternoster-Row, London; and 
by all other booksellers. 1812
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. 296 pp. Rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 359. Apparently all published.
 
268
COUPER (Robert) Poetry Chiefly in the Scottish Language. By Roubert Couper, 
M.D. &c. [In two volumes]. Inverness: Printed by J. Young for Vernor and Hood, 
31 Poultry, London. 1804
Octavo. Two volumes. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-green calf, cloth boards, a.e.g. 
Covers and spines blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. Raised 
gilt bands. 285;310 pp. 1/2-title in each volume. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper of each volume. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 220. The Johnson copy.
 
 
269
COWAN (Alexander) Remains of Alexander Cowan consisting of his verses and 
extracts from his correspondence and journals. Printed for the use of his 
relatives and friends. Edinburgh: Thomas Constable. 1839 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-black crushed morocco, linen texture cloth 
boards, t.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 306 pp. 
Frontispiece. Evidence of bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
 
270
[COWELL (Elizabeth Susan)] Historical Reveries, by a Suffolk Villager. Sudbury: 
George Williams Fulcher; London: Longman, Orme, Browne & Co. 1839 [Printer: 
G.W. Fulcher, Printer, Sudbury] 
Octavo in 6s. Original greyish blue diaper grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in 
blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. 118 pp. 1/2-title. Text a trifle 
marked. Spine a trifle frayed.
	Johnson 221. The Johnson copy. 
 
271
COX (James) The Wanderings of Woe, or conjugal affection. A tribute to the 
memory of a beloved wife, with an appendix containing The Wrongs of the 
Academical Clergy, &c., &c. By the Rev. James Cox, D.D. of Wadham College, 
Oxford, and Master of Gainsborough School. London: Published by Mawman, and 
Cadell and Davies; Parker and Cooke, and Bliss, Oxford; and Mozley, Trevor, and 
Stark, Gainsborough. 1813 [Printer: Printed by H. Mozley, Gainsborough] 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards. Paper 
label on spine. 123 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Contains the erratum. Lacks upper 
free endpaper. A little foxed. A little rubbed and frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 375. Johnson 223. The Johnson copy.
 
272
COXON (William) Sacred and Moral Poems. London: Sold by Baldwin and Cradock; 
and Scott and Tomkinson, Burton-upon-Trent. 1831 [Printer: Scott & Tomkinson, 
Printers, Burton]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, blue paper covered 
boards. Paper label on spine. 392 pp. Contains the errata. Text a little marked. 
Spine frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 224.
 
273
COYTE (Joseph William) A Cockney's Adventures, during a ramble into the 
country. In three parts. Addressed to his country friends on his reutrn to 
London. A true tale. Lewes: Printed and Sold by J. Baxter: Sussex Press. 1811 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards, uncut. Paper label 
on upper cover. 56 pp. 1/2-title. Hand-coloured frontispiece. Two hand-coloured 
plates. Repair to B3, a few letters affected. Foxed and marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 225. The Johnson copy.
 
274
CRABBE (George) The Village, the Parish Register, and other poems. People's 
Edition. Edinburgh: Published by William and Robert Chambers; W.S. Orr and 
Company, London; W. Curry Junior and Company, and G. Young, Dublin; John 
Macleod, Glasgow; and sold by all booksellers. 1838 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed 
by W. and R. Chambers, 19, Waterloo Place]
Octavo. People's Edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 32 pp. Ex-library copy.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Crabbe. There is no entry of any kind in the NCBEL 
	for Crabbe dated 1838.
 
275
[CRANE (John)] Rhymes after Meat. By a Bird at Bromsgrove. Second edition. 
Birmingham: Printed for the author, by Messrs. Swinney and Hawkins, and sold 
wholesale by Walker & Beck, No. 46, Fish-Street Hill, London. n.d. [c.1800] 
24mo. in 6s. Second edition. Original marbled paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 
36 pp. Frontispiece. First published in 1800. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 228. The Johnson copy.
 
276
[CRANE (John)] Poems. Dedicated, without permission to John Bull. By A Bird at 
Bromsgrove. Volume the First, perhaps the last.The fifth edition, with additions 
of forty pages. Bromsgrove: Printed for Crane & Son, Booksellers, by G. Nicholson, 
Stourport. n.d. [?1816] 
12mo. with a variety of gathering lengths. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 274 pp. Folding frontispiece. 1 plate. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 410. Johnson 227. The Johnson copy. The collation of 
	this title is very haphazard but it appears to be complete. It is literally - as 
	well as figuratively - at 6s and 7s - and 8s as well.
 
277
CRICHTON (Arthur) The Festival of Flora. A poem with botanical notes. Second 
edition. London: Printed for N. Hailes, London Museum, Piccadilly. 1818 [Printer: 
C. Whittingham, Printer, Chiswick] 
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original yellow sand grain cloth. Paper label 
on upper cover. [80] pp. 1/2-title. Additional engraved title-page. Seven plates. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 231. The Johnson copy. 
 
278
CROCKER (Charles) Kingley Vale and other poems. Chichester: William Hayley 
Mason, sold by R. Groombridge, London; and J. Taylor, Brighton. 1837 [Printer: 
William Hayley Mason, Printer, East Street, Chichester]
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt 
bands. 88 pp. List of subscribers (5 pp.) A trifle foxed. 
	Johnson 233. The Johnson copy. 
 
279
[CROKER (John Wilson)] The Amazoniad; or, figure and fashion: a scuffle in high 
life. With notes critical and historical, interspersed with choice anecdotes of Bon 
Ton. Dublin: Printed by John King, No. 2, Westmoreland-Street. 1806
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, boards, paper label on upper 
cover. 70 pp. 1/2-title. Some ms. identifying notes to text. Text a trifle grimed.
	NCBEL III,1275. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
280
[CROKER (John Wilson)] The Battles of Talavera. A poem. Sixth edition, corrected, 
with some additions. London: Printed by Harding & Wright, St. John's-Square, for 
John Murray, 32 Fleet Street; Manners and Miller, Edinburgh; and Gilbert and 
Hodges, Dublin. 1810
Octavo. Sixth edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. [40] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Croker. First published in 1809. Jackson, Annals, 
	p. 335. 
 
281
[CROKER (John Wilson)] Talavera. Ninth edition. To which are added, other poems. 
London: Printed for John Murray, Fleet Street. William Blackwood, Edinburgh; 
and M.N. Mahon and J. Cumming, Dublin. By Harding and Wright, St. John's 
Square. 1812
Quarto. First edition thus. Contemporary full diced tan calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 110 
pp. Frontispiece. First few gatherings damp-affected. Frontispiece and title-page 
damp-stained. Bound with: GRENVILLE. Portugal. 1812. [item 531]; EDWARDS. 
Kathleen. 1808. [item 375]; and BARBAULD. Eighteen Hundred and Eleven. 1812. 
[item 65].
	NCBEL III,1275. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
282
CROKER (T. Crofton)(Ed.) The Popular Songs of Ireland. Collected and edited, with 
introductions and notes by T. Crofton Croker. London: Henry Colburn, Publisher, 
Great Marlborough Street. 1839 [Printer: London: Printed by James Moyes, Castle 
Street, Leicester Square]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-black calf, maroon diaper grain 
cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 340 
pp. Illustrated. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Hinges strengthened 
some time ago. 
 
283
CROLY (George) Gems, principally from the antique, drawn and etched by 
Richard Dagley, with illustrations in verse. By the Rev. George Croly, A.M. 
London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co.; and Archibald Constable and Co., 
Edinburgh. 1822 [Printer: London: Printed by James Moyes, Greville Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked in 
morocco, t.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 52 pp. 1/2-
title. Frontispiece. 20 plates. Bookplate on upper paste-down and free endpapers. 
	NCBEL III,375. Jackson, Annals, p. 481. 
 
284
CROLY (George) The Poetical Works of the Rev. George Croly, A.M. H.R.S.L. In two 
volumes. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. 
1830 [Printer: London: G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner Street]
Octavo. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary 1/2-green morocco. Covers 
and spines blocked in gilt. 352;[344] pp. 20 plates in volume 1. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at end of volume 2. Ex-library copy.
	NCBEL III,375. Jackson, Annals, p. 555. 
 
285
CROMWELL (Thomas)  The School-Boy: with other poems. London: Printed for F.C. 
and J. Rivington, St. Paul's Church Yard; and Whittingham and Arliss, Paternoster 
Row. 1816 [Printer: Whittingham and Rowland, Printers, Goswell Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. 98 pp. Author's presentation copy (title-page). Dated ink inscription on 
upper free endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 413.
286
CRONHELM (Frederic William) Poems: with an hexametrical translation of Part of 
the 2nd book of Klopstock's Messiah. London: Sold by Messrs Longman & Co., J. 
Walker, J. Richardson, Vernor & Hood, B. Crosby & Co. and Williams & Smith; by 
Mundel, Doig & Stephenson, Edinburgh; and by all booksellers; Printed by T. 
Wood, Rochdale. n.d. [?1820] 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-grey, marbled paper covered boards. 
Paper label on spine. [204] pp. Dated ink signature on title-page. Piece cut from 
title-page. A trifle foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 461. Johnson 235. The Johnson copy. Johnson 
	incorrectly says that this title is not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
287
[CROSS-BUCHANAN (J.)] Edith, a Tale of the Azores, and other poems. Glasgow: 
John Smith and Son; Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons; London: William 
Pickering. 1838 [Printer: Glasgow: Printed by George Brookman] [J236]
Octavo. First edition. Bound by J. Carss & Co. in full red morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. [212] pp. 
Author's dated presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Binder's label on verso of 
upper free endpaper: J. Carss & Co., Bookbinders, 51 Argyle Street, Glasgow. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks 1/2-title.
	Johnson 236. The Johnson copy. 
 
288
[CULHAM (B.P.)] The Fig-Leaf, a satirical and admonitory poem. Dedicated, 
without permission, to the fashionable world. Second edition. Henley: Printed 
and sold by C. Norton; sold also by Vernor and Hood, Poultry; Matthews, Strand; 
Ebers, Old Bond-Street; Hatchard, Piccadilly; and Goddard, (Military Bookseller,) 
Pall Mall. 1805
Quarto. Second edition. Rebound in paper covered boards, uncut. Paper label on 
upper cover. 16 pp. Title-page frayed and marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 286. Johnson 235.
 
289
[CULHAM (B.P.)] The Fig-Leaf, a satirical and admonitory poem. Dedicated 
(without permission,) to the fashionable world. The third edition, with 
considerable emendations and additions. Henley: Printed and sold by G. Norton; 
Sold also by Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, Poultry; Maxwell and Wilson, Skinner-
Street, Ebers, Old Bond-Street; Hatchard, Piccadilly; and Goddard, Pall Mall. n.d. 
[?1805] 
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in drab paper covered boards, uncut. Paper 
label on upper cover. 31 pp. Frontispiece.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson cites The Fig-Tree with the same 
	pagination. Johnson 239. The Johnson copy. 
 
290
CULLED FLOWERS. Carlisle: Printed and published by Hudson Scott; Ball, Arnold & 
Co. London, 1839
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt raised bands. Gilt lettering 
piece. [176] pp. Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Some foxing. Spine a 
trifle sunned. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans, Montgomery, Barton, Heber, 
Hogg, and Campbell. 
 
291
[CUMMING (John)] The Stabliad. Aberdeen: Printed by J. Booth, Jun. and sold by 
the booksellers. 1825 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-black morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 28 pp. Ink signature on upper free 
endpaper. Ms. notes to text and on endpapers. Rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 240. The Johnson copy. 
 
292
CUNNINGHAM (Allan) Sir Marmaduke Maxwell, a dramatic poem; The Mermaid 
of Galloway; The Legend of Richard Faulder; and Twenty Scottish Songs. Second 
edition. London: Printed for Taylor and Hessey, Fleet-Street. 1822 [Printer: C. 
Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge-Street, London]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 237 pp. 
Lacks 1/2-title. 
	NCBEL III,717. First published in 1822. Jackson, Annals, p. 487. 
 
293
CUNNINGHAM (Allan) The Maid of Elvar, a poem, in twelve parts. London: 
Edward Moxon, 64, New Bond Street. 1832 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Bradbury and Evans, Bouverie Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in binder's cloth. Gilt lettering piece. [216] pp. 1/2-
title. Engraved title-page. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Dated ink signature on 
1/2-title. 1/2-title repaired. Inner margins of prelims and B1 repaired. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Cunnigham. Jackson, Annals, p. 568. 
 
	37
	CUNNINGHAM (Allan)(Ed.) The Anniversary; or, poetry and prose for 
	MDCCCXXIX. Edited by Allan Cunningham. London: Published by John 
	Sharpe, Duke Street, Piccadilly. 1829 
		NCBEL III,718.
 
294
CUNNINGHAM (J.) An Elegy on a Pile of Ruins. With explanatory headlines, and a 
sketch of the life of the author by the Rev. J. Evans. London: Printed by Dewick 
and Clarke, Aldersgate-Street; for R. Dutton, Gracechurch-Street. 1806 
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. 16 pp. Frontispiece. Bound with: MORLEY. Elegant, Original, 
and Select Poetry. 1811 [item 1005]; WHITE. Clifton Grove. 1803. [not catalogue] 
and EDWARDS. A Collection of Poems. 1810. [item 377]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
295
CUNNINGHAM (John) A Collection of Poems, on various subjects. Published by 
John Cunningham. Carlisle: Printed for the publisher by J. Cockburn. 1833
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in marbled paper wrappers. 79 pp. Text 
marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 241. The Johnson copy.
296
CUNNINGHAM (J.W.) De Rancä. A poem. By J.W. Cunningham, A.M. Vicar of 
Harrow. Second edition. London: Printed for T. Cadell, and W. Davies, in the 
Strand; and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly. 1815 [Printer: Printed by G. Sidney, 
Northumberland Street, Strand] 
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary basket-weave patterned calf. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 142 pp. 
1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Dated ink signature on 1/2-
title. 
	First published in 1815. Jackson, Annals, p. 391. 
 
297
CUPID'S ANNUAL CHARTER; or, St. Valentine's Festival, in which all true lovers 
have free leave to declare their sentiments for each other. London: Published by 
W. Perks, 21 St. Martin's Lane. n.d. [c.1810] [Printer: G. Smeeton, Printer, 139 St. 
Martin's Lane, London]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers, stitched 
as issued. 24 pp. Coloured frontispiece. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
 
298
CURNICK (Thomas) Jehoshaphat; with other poems. Bristol: Printed by M. Bryan, 
51, Corn-Street. 1815
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. [128] pp. Ink 
signature on title-page. Rubber-stamp on verso of upper free endpaper. Bound 
with: BLOOMFIELD. The Farmer's Boy. 3rd edition. 1800. [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 242.
  
299
[CURSHAM (Mary Ann)] Martin Luther, a poem. London: Printed for the 
authoress; and published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, 
Paternoster-Row. 1825 [Printer: S. Bennett, Printer, Nottingham] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 82 pp. 
Lacks lower free endpaper. Spine frayed. Joints cracked. Boards loose. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Cursham 1(a). Johnson 243. The 
	Johnson copy.
 
300
CURSHAM (Mary Ann) Poems, sacred, dramatic and lyric. London: Hamilton, 
Adams & Co. Paternoster Row; and S. Bennett, Nottingham. 1833 [Printer: S. 
Bennett, Printer, Nottingham]  
Octavo in 12s. Uncut in the original purple sand grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 
[289] pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (3 pp.). Partly unopened. Faded. Text 
browned. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Cursham 3. Johnson 244. The 
	Johnson copy.
 
301
CURTIES (Marianne) Classical Pastime, in a set of poetical enigmas, on the planets 
and zodiacal signs. Reading: Printed by Snare and Man, Seven Bridges; sold by J. 
Richardson, Royal Exchange, London. 1813 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. New paper label on 
spine. 103 pp. 1/2-title. Errata slip tipped-in. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 367. Jackson, Women, Curties 1. Johnson 245. The 
	Johnson copy. 
 
	1492
	[DACRE (Lady Barbarina Brand, previously Wilmot)] Ina, a tragedy; in five 
	acts. By Mrs. Wilmot. Second edition. London: Printed for John Murray, 
	Albemarle Street. 1815 
		NCBEL III,370. 
 
302
[DACRE (Lady) (Barbarina Brand, previously Wilmot)]  Due Canzoni del Petrarca. 
Tradotte in verso inglese da una cultissima dama di quella nazione. Stampate 
privatamente in Londra alcuni anni fa in Roma nel 1818 e in Napoli 1819 
[Napoli: Da'Torchi di Agnello Nobile strada S. Brigida n. 27]
Octavo. First edition thus. Contemporary paper covered boards. Boards rejointed, 
spine repaired. Covers blocked in gilt. [28] pp. ALs from T.J. Mathias tipped in on 
verso of upper fly-leaf. His initialled presentation on title-page and his signature 
at end to poem dedicated to Barbarina Wilmot and written by him in Italian. 
Mathias was responsible for the publication of this item and for the final, 
dedicatory poem.
	NCBEL III,371. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Wilmot 2 (c). 
 
303
DACRE (Barbarina, Lady)  Dramas Translations and Occasional Poems. In two 
volumes. London: John Murray. Not published. 1821 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. Two volumes. First edition. Original dark green full calf. Covers and 
spines blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. Gilt edges. Blind 
inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. [252];[272] pp. 1/2-title in each volume. 
Errata slip for both volumes at end of volume 2. Dated ink inscription on upper 
fly-leaf of volume 1.
	NCBEL III,371. See Jackson, Annals, p. 468. Jackson indicates that the name 
	Barbarina Brand appears on the title-page. Jackson, Women, Wilmot 3. 
	Here Jackson notes that the name on the title-page is Barbarina Lady 
	Dacre. 
304
[DAGLEY (John)] The Life of John Dagley; including his conversion and call to the 
ministry. A poem. Written by himself. London: Published by F. Westley, 
Stationers' Court; and sold by the author at Chapel-End, Warwickshire. 1821 
[Printer: Henry Mozley, Printer: Derby] 
Together with:
[DAGLEY (John)] Grace Abounding, in the life of John Dagley; including his call to 
and work in the ministry. In lines. Written by himself. Coleshill: Printed for the 
author by W. Tite. 1822 
12mo. in 6s. Two volumes. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on 
each upper cover. 60;103 pp. Ink signature on title-page of each volume. A little 
foxed. 
	Grace Abounding is clearly the second half of the autobiography beginning 
	as it does immediatedly with Part IV. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 247 
	and 246. The Johnson copies. 
 
305
DALE (Thomas) The Widow of the City of Naãn; and other poems. By the Rev. 
Thomas Dale, B.A. of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Seventh edition. London: 
Printed for J.M. Richardson, 23, Cornhill; J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; and Deighton and 
Sons, Cambridge. 1824 [Printer: Marchant, Printer, Ingram-Court, London]
Octavo. Seventh edition. Contemporary full ribbed morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 85 pp. 
Edges rubbed. Spine chipped.
	First published in 1819. Not in Jackson, Annals.
 
	699
	DALE (Thomas)(Ed.) The Iris: a religious and literary offering. London: 
	Sampson Low, Lamb's-Conduit Street; Hurst, Chance, & Co., St. Paul's 
	Church-Yard. 1831
 
306
DARLEY (George) Sylvia; or, the May Queen. A lyrical drama. London: Published 
for John Taylor, Waterloo Place, Pall-Mall, by James Duncan, Paternoster-Row; 
and sold by J.A. Hessey, Fleet-Street, and John Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly. 1827 
[Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [218] pp. 1/2-title. 12 pp. of advertisements at end (April 1827). Author's 
dated presentation copy (1/2-title). In own cloth box. Two bookplates on inside 
of box. Joints cracked. 
	NCBEL III,376. Jackson, Annals, p. 534. Hayward 240. 
 
307
[DARLEY (George)]  The New Sketch Book; by G. Crayon, Jun. In two volumes. 
London: Printed for the Author, and sold by all booksellers. 1829 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary full green calf. Covers and 
spines blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 
330;294 pp. Spines and edges a little rubbed. Labels missing from spines. 
Evidence of bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper of each volume. Hinges in 
each volume cracked. Upper cover of volume 2 chipped.
	NCBEL III,376. NCBEL cites a copy with The Labours of Idleness in volume 
	2. Not in Jackson, Annals. Volume 1 is the sheets of Darley's The 
	Labours of Idleness published in 1826 under the pseudonym of Guy 
	Penseval. Volume 2 contains the anonymous The Recollections of a 
	Wanderer. This agrees with the Bodleian copy of this title. See Anne 
	Ridler's note in The Book Collector, Summer 1975, pp. 295-96. 
 
308
DARLING (Ralph) A Poetical Version of the Four Gospels. Hull: Printed by Robert 
Peck, in Scale-lane; and sold in London by J. Mathews, No. 18, Strand; J. Deighton, 
Cambridge; Wilson and Spence, York; Ogle and Co. Edinburgh; and Rawson and 
Rodford, Hull. n.d. [1801]
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, light blue paper boards. 
391 pp. List of subscribers (3 pp.). Some scattered foxing throughout. Unopened.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 256.
 	
309
DART (H.) The Swallow's Repast, a series of poems. Torquay: Printed and 
published for the author, by E. Cockrem, and sold by all other booksellers. 1830 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in blue paper wrappers. [48] pp. List of 
subscribers (3 pp.). Contains the errata. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 252. The Johnson copy.
 
310
DARWALL (Elizabeth) The Storm, with other poems. London: Printed for J. 
Ridgway, 170 Piccadilly, by Knott and Lloyd, Birmingham. 1810 
Octavo. First edition. Full contemporary calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in gilt. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece. 159 pp. Author's 
initialled presentation copy to her mother (upper free endpaper). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Darwall 1. Johnson 253. The 
	Johnson copy. 
 
311
DASH (Mary) Sacred and Moral Pieces. Brighton: To be had at No. 29 Ship Street; 
No. 2, Prince's Place, and at No. 29 East Cliff. 1827 [Printer: Elliott and Co., 
Printers, Guardian Office, 32 North Street, Brighton] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 102 pp. List of subscribers 
(5 pp.) Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Dash 1. Johnson 254. The Johnson 
	copy.

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