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British and Commonwealth Literary Studies


British Poetry of the Romantic Period Catalog

Davidson to Millar

312
DAVIDSON (Henry) Waterloo, a poem. with notes. By Henry Davidson, Esq. 
Advocate. Second edition, with additional poems. Edinburgh: Printed for Manners 
and Miller; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1816 [Printer: 
Printed by James Ballantyne and Co.]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 143 pp. 
1/2-title. Ex-library copy. 
	First published in 1816. Jackson, Annals, p. 414.
313
DAVIDSON (Robert) Poems. Jedburgh: Printed for the author, by W. Easton. 1825 
12mo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 168 
pp. 1/2-title. Ownership rubber stamp on upper fly-leaf. Text marked. Hole in 
E3, page number affected. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 515. Johnson 255. The Johnson copy.
314
[DAVIS (John)] Saint Cross, etc. with the execution of the Earl of Kent before the 
Castle-Gate at Winchester. A poem. Winchester: Printed for the author, 
bookseller and stationer, King's Gate St. Sold in London by Hamilton and Adams, 
and Shepherd and Sutton. 1836 [Printer: Printed by J. Lordan, Romsey]  
24mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full black morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 
[238] pp. Frontispiece. Errata slip. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine a little 
rubbed and frayed. 
	Johnson 256. The Johnson copy. Johnson incorrectly notes that this title is 
	not in the British Library Catalogue. A copy with ms. notes is in the British 
	Library.
315
DAWSON (Charles) Don: a poem. With large notes, giving an account of the 
ancient families, castles & curiosities, on Don and its branches: also, a full acoount 
of the battles of Harlaw, Brechin, Alford, &c. By Charles Dawson, schoolmaster of 
Kemnay. A new edition, corrected and enlarged. Aberdeen: Printed by J. Brunett, 
Castlestreet; and sold by him, and the other booksellers. 1805 
Octavo in 6s. New edition. Bound in 1/2-black morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 47 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Upper hinge cracked. Spine a trifle frayed. 
	First published in 1797. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 258. The Johnson 
	copy.
316
DAY (W.) Lines affectionately Addressed to Young Persons, written with a view 
to preserve them from the contaminating influence of scepticism & immorality; 
to which is added extracts from authenticated accounts of the miserable deaths 
of several noted infidels. By W. Day, of Southampton. Southampton: Sold at the 
Infant School House, near Zion Chapel; and printed by W.E. Jones, 111 High 
Street. 1836 
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
12 pp. A little marked. 
	Johnson 259. The Johnson copy.
317
DAYE (Eliza) Poems, on various subjects. Liverpool: Printed by J. M'Creery; and 
published for the author, at the Subscription Library, Lancaster; also for Mr. 
Walmsley and Mr. Holt; for Mr. Jones, Mr. Gore and Messrs. Wright and Ormandy, 
Liverpool; and for Mr. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard, London. 1798 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 258 pp. List of subscribers 
(8 pp.). Errata leaf. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Corner torn from 
G1. Slight scattered foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 229. Jackson, Women, Daye 1. Johnson 260. The Johnson 
	copy. 
318
DEACON (S.) The Young Convert, or the history of Johnny Trueman. A poem. In 
which is represented, his conviction, conversion, experiences, batism, application 
to study, improvement, wisdom and piety, and consequent promotion in the 
Church. Intermixed with reflections, anecdotes, curious incidents, and 
entertaining dialogues; particularly calculated for the amusement and the 
instruction of young people of both sexes. Under the simitude of a dream. Derby: 
Printed for the author by G. Wilkins; may be had on application to the General 
Ministers. 1803
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [286] pp. 
Frontispiece. Contains the errata. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Gatherings A-C 
bound in twice. In one set A5 is missing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 263. 
319
[DEACON (Samuel)] The Widower, a poem in two parts: I. A soliloquy on a 
widower's state. II. Advice to married people. To which are added, an important 
letter to a young woman; the day-book's and ledger's advice to their master. By 
a Widower. Derby Printed and sold by G. Wilkins; And sold in London by Crosby 
& Co., No. 4, Stationer's Court; Champante & Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate; 
Tipper and Richards, No. 37 Leadenhall-Street, and may be had of all other 
booksellers. [1805]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Drab paper wrappers, stitched. [56] pp. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at end. Marked and worn. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 262. The Johnson copy.
320
DEARDEN (William) The Star-seer: a poem, in five cantos. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, Green & Longman; and Leyland & Son, Halifax. 1837 [Printer: 
Leyland and Son, Printers, Halifax]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original sand grain cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 
[174] pp. 1/2-title. Lacks upper free endpaper. A little grubby.
	Johnson 266.
321
[DEARMAN (Richard)] Portraitures of Persons in Public and Private Life, real and 
caricatured, with a few fictitious ones; in blank verse. By Matthew 
Bramble.London: Published by Baldwin, Cradock & Joy, Paternoster Row; and R. 
and W. Dean, Manchester. 1820 [Printer: R. & W. Dean, Printers, Market-street, 
Manchester] 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original blue printed paper boards. Covers and 
spine printed in black. [112] pp. Frontispiece. Covers marked and warped. Spine 
frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 266. The Johnson copy. NcD lists this title 
	as by [MACDONALD (Andrew)] but his dates make this impossible. The 
	author was alive in 1820 promising further volumes. Macdonald was 
	already long dead. Halkett and Laing suggest that the author was William 
	Davis but list Macdonald as an alternative. The British Library names him 
	as Dearman.
322
THE DEATH-BED OF POLITICS; or, the coming of the comet in seven days. With 
humourous etchings. A vision, by a planet-struck poet. London: James Ridgway, 
Piccadilly. n.d. [1833] [Printer: Marchant, Printer, Ingram-Court, Fenchurch-
Street]
Octavo. First edition. Newly rebound in paper boards, paper label on spine. 40 
pp. Frontispiece. Two plates. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Halkett and Laing give a doubtful attribution of 
	Lord Shelbourne?. The British Library catalogue lists it as anonymous.
323
DELAP (J.) Dramatic Poems, comprising the following tragedies: Gunilda, Usurper, 
Matilda and Abballa. Lewes: Printed by W. and A. Lee. 1803 [J267]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound by ?J. Baxter in contemporary full tree calf, 
rebacked, original backstrip laid-down. 295 pp. List of subscribers (6 pp.). 
Contains the errata. Binder's label on upper paste-down endpaper (J. Baxter, 
Book-binder, Book and Music-seller, Stationer, and Medicine Vender, At the 
Circulating Library, Lewes). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 269. Johnson 267. The Johnson copy.
324
DENNISTON (Capt.) The Battle of Craignilder, a very ancient Gallovidian ballad; 
arranged for publication, with an introduction and notes. Edinburgh: Published 
by R. Cadell; & R. Griffin and Co. Glasgow; and sold by J. Sinclair, Dumfires; J. 
Aitken, Castledouglas; J. Nicholson, and J. Cannon, Kirkcudbright; J. Campbell, 
Gatehouse; T. Michael, Creetown; J. M'Kay, Newgalloway; T. Tait, Wigtown; J. 
M'Nairn, Newton-stewart; and the other booksellers. 1832 [Printer: J. M'Nairn, 
Printer, Newton-Stewart]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, paper boards. 104 pp. 
Pleasantly worn. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
325
DE PLEDGE (John) The Muse's Scrip: containing poems on a variety of subjects, 
familiar and descriptive. Sheffield: Saxton and Chaloner, High Street. 1838 
[Printer: Saxton and Chaloner, Printers, Sheffield]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink wavy grain cloth, rebacked, 
hinges strengthened, new paper label on spine. 195 pp. Dated ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. 
	Johnson 268.
326
DERMODY (Thomas)  Poems, Moral, and Descriptive. London: Printed by J. 
Crowder, Warwick-Square; for Vernor and Hood, 31, Poultry; and Lackington, 
Allen, and Co., Finsbury-Square. 1800
Octavo. First London edition. Contemporary full tan mottled calf. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 112 pp. Two plates. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Foxed.
	NCBEL III,377. See Jackson, Annals, p. 246. Jackson cites an edition 
	published by Cadell and Davies.
327
DERMODY (Thomas) The Life of Thomas Dermody: interspersed with pieces of 
original poetry, many exhibiting unexampled prematurity of genuine poetical 
talent; and containing a series of correspondence with several eminent 
characters. By James Grant Raymond. In two volumes. London: Printed for 
William Miller, Albemarle Street; and J. Archer and M. Mahon, Dublin. 1806 
[Printer: S. Gosnell, Printer, Little Queen Street]
Octavo. Two volumes. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf, rebacked, 
original backstrip laid-down. Spines blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece 
on each spine. 258;[348] pp. 1/2-title in each volume. Frontispiece in volume 1. 2 
pp. of advertisements at end of volume 2. Volume 2 contains the errata for that 
volume. Some scattered foxing throughout.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Dermody. Jackson, Annals, p. 298. 
328
[DE VERE (Aubrey) (originally Hunt)] Julian the Apostate. A dramatic poem. By 
Sir Aubrey de Vere Hunt, Bart. London: John Warren, Old Bond Street. 1822 
[Printer: London: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [204] pp. Binder's 
label on upper paste-down endpaper: Purcell & Sons, Bookbinders, Cork. Lacks 
lettering piece. Upper hinge cracked.
	NCBEL III,377. Jackson, Annals, p. 482.
329
[DE VERE (Aubrey) (originally Hunt)] The Duke of Mercia, an historical drama. 
The Lamentation of Ireland; and other poems. By Sir Aubrey de Vere Hunt, Bart. 
London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co., 90, Cheapside; and 8 Pall Mall; and 
Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1823 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-maroon calf, marbled boards. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. 292 pp. 1/2-title with advertisements on verso. A trifle 
scattered foxing. 
	NCBEL III,377. Jackson, Annals, p. 491.
330
[DEWAR (James)] Philosophy and Matrimony: or, the two shown to be 
incompatible. By A Student of the University of Glasgow. Glasgow: W.R. M'Phun, 
Trongate. 1828 [Printer: Curll, Printer] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 117 
pp. 2 pp. of advertisements at front. Spine a trifle rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 700. The Johnson copy.
331
DIBB (Robert) The Minstrel's Offering: or wreath of poetry. By Robert Dibb, the 
Wharfedale Poet. London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Paternoster Row; J.Y. Knight, 
39, Briggate, Leeds. 1839 [Printer: T. Wray, Printer, Leeds]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original bluish green diaper grain cloth. Upper 
cover blocked in gilt. [150] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (13 
pp.). Worn.
	Johnson 270.
332
DIBDIN [(Charles)] A Collection of Songs, selected from the works of Mr. Dibdin. 
[In five volumes]. London: Published and sold by the Author at his Warehouse, 
Leicester-place, Leicester-square. [1792-]1799 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. Five volumes bound in three. Volume 1 is third edition, others 
apparently firsts. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spines blocked in 
blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece on each spine. [239]; [199];[204];[198];199 pp. 
1/2-title in volume 5. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Charles Dibdin, the elder. The copies of the first 
	three editions of this title in the British Library are all incomplete. 
333
DIBDIN (C., Jun.) Mirth and Metre: consisting of poems, serious, humorous, and 
satirical; songs, sonnets, ballads, & bagatelles. Written by C. Dibdin, Jun. of  
Sadler's Wells. London: Printed for Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, 31, Poultry; at the 
Union Printing-Office, St. John's Square, by W. Wilson. 1807
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Library binder's cloth, uncut. 260 pp. Ex-library copy.
	NCBEL III,1129. Jackson, Annals, p. 310.
334
DIBDIN (C.) Young Arthur; or, the child of mystery: a metrical romance. London: 
Printed by Strahan and Spottiswoode, Printers-Street; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row. 1819
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers and 
spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. 322 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the 
errata. Dated ink signature on title-page. 
	NCBEL III,1129. Jackson, Annals, p. 450. 
335
DICKEN (Alldersey) Deborah. A poem. By the Rev. Alldersey Dicken, M.A. Fellow 
of St. Peter's College. Cambridge: Printed by J. Smith, Printer to the University; 
sold by Deighton & Sons, and Nicholson & Son, Cambridge; and Hatchard, 
Piccadilly, London. 1818
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 22 
pp.
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 431. Jackson gives a different pagination for this 
	item. 
336
DIFFERENT AUTHORS Musë Richmondienses; or, poetical effusions. 
Richmond: 
Printed by T. and A. Bowman, High Row. 1830 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original plain grey paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 
34 pp. Tear to E3, text unaffected. Wrappers frayed.
	Not in Jackson. Johnson 645. The Johnson copy. The authors of some of the 
	poems are identified as J.L. or L. Although this item does not exactly collate 
	as one might wish it to, it is so patently in its original state that it is clear 
	that nothing has been removed or added to cause the strange collation.
337
DILLON (Henry Augustus, Viscount)  Eccelino da Romano, surnamed the tyrant of 
Padua. A poem, in twelve books. London: E. Lloyd and Son, Harley Street. 1828 
[Printer: London: Shackell and Baylis, Johnson's-Court, Fleet-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. 420 pp. 1/2-
title. Edges and spine a little rubbed. Author's presentation copy (title-page).
	Jackson, Annals, p. 537. 
338
THE DISAPPOINTED WHIG. A most excellent parody upon a most excellent old 
song. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Black. n.d. [c.1820]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. 4 pp.
339
DIX (John)  Local Legends and Rambling Rhymes. With illustrations by "A. Pen". 
Bristol: George Davey, Broad Street. 1839 [Printer: J. Chilcottt, Printer, Wine 
Street, Bristol]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original blue diaper grain cloth, a.e.g. Upper cover 
blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 132 
pp. Frontispiece and vignette title-page. Twenty-two plates. A trifle grimed. 
	Johnson 273.
340
DOBELL (S.) A Floweret for the Wreath of Humanity with other pieces in verse. 
Cranbrook: Printed for the author by S. Waters. 1812 
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [136] 
pp. Frontispiece. Engraved vignette on title-page. List of subscribers (12 pp.). 
Contains the errata.
	Jackson, Annals p. 358. Johnson 274. The Johnson copy.
341
DODSWORTH (Mrs.) Fugitive Pieces. Canterbury: Printed by Simmons and Kirkby. 
1802 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 107 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Dodsworth 1. Johnson 275. The 
	Johnson copy.
342
THE DORCHESTER GUIDE; or a House that Jack built. With thirteen cuts. London: 
Printed and published for the author, by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle- street; 
Sold also by Wilson, and Chappell, Royal-Exchange; Johnston, Cheapside; Simpkin 
and Marshall, Stationers'-Court; Rivington, Waterloo Place, Pall Mall; Knights, 
Sweeting's-Alley; and all other booksellers. n.d. 
Octavo in 2s and 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards. 35 pp. 
Illustrated. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
343
DOUBLEDAY (T.) Babington. A tragedy. Edinburgh: William Blackwood; and T. 
Cadell, Strand, London. 1825 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 140 pp. 
	NCBEL III,378. Jackson, Annals, p. 510.
	422
	[DOUBLEDAY (Thomas)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1828. Newcastle: Printed 
	for Emerson Charnley. 1828 
	423
	[DOUBLEDAY (Thomas)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1829. Newcastle: Printed 
	for Emerson Charnley. 1829
	424 
	[DOUBLEDAY (Thomas)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1830. Newcastle: Printed 
	for Emerson Charnley. 1830
	426
	[DOUBLEDAY (Thomas)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1832. Newcastle: Printed 
	for Emerson Charnley. 1832]
344
DOUGLAS (Alexander) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. By Alexander 
Douglas, Strathmiglo. Cupar-Fife: Printed by R. Tullis, for the author. 1806 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Bound in green pebble grain cloth. Spine blocked in 
gilt. [204] pp. Contains the errata. List of subscribers (10 pp.). Ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 277. The Johnson copy.
345
DOUGLAS (Jonathan) Miscellaneous Poems. Maryport: Printed by Robert Adair, 
and sold by Whittaker and Co., London; and Bancks and Co., Manchester. 1836 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original blue grey pebble grain cloth. Paper label on 
spine. 235 pp. Unopened.
	Johnson 279. The Johnson copy.
346
DOUGLAS (Jonathan Percy) A Dream of Youth, and the Minstrel's Harp. &c., &c. 
Maryport: Printed by Christopher Maugham, Crosby-Street. 1838 [J278]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on spine. 74 pp. 
1/2-title. Ink signature on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Johnson 278. The Johnson copy.
347
DOVASTON (John F.M.) Fitz-Gwarine, a ballad of the Welsh border; in three 
cantos. With other rhymes, legendary, incidental, and humourous. By John F.M. 
Dovaston, A.M. Shrewsbury: Printed and published by and for W. Morris. 1812
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [287] pp. 1/2-title: Dovaston's Rhymes, Legendary, Incidental, 
and Humorous. London: Sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Co. for Wm. 
Morris, Printer, Shrewsbury. Vignette on title-page. Errata leaf. Review laid-
down on upper free endpaper and fly-leaves. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 358. Johnson 280.
348
DOWNEY (Thomas) Naval Poems. Pleasures of the naval life and the battle of 
Trafalgar. London: Printed by T.C. Hansard, Peterborough-court, Fleet-street, for 
C. Cradock and W. Joy, 32 Paternoster-Row; and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly. 1813
Folio in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, paper label on spine, uncut. 
184+[xxviii] pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentaiton copy (upper fly-leaf). Tear to U4.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 370. 
349
[DOWNMAN (Hugh)] Poems to Thespia. To which are added, Sonnets, &c. Exter: 
Printed by R. Trewman and Son. 1792
Octavo. Contemporary full green calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. 
Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 210 pp. Initialled ms. poem by 
Downman on upper fly-leaf. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Upper 
cover detached.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 285. Although this title was first published 
	in 1781 there are poems by Polwhele and others at the end dated 1791.
350
DR. COMICUS or the frolics of fortune. London: Published by John Bennett, 4, 
Three Tun Passage, Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row. n.d. [1815?] [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo in 8s and 4s. First edition. Contemporary diaper grain binder's cloth. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 269 pp. Coloured engraved title-page. Coloured frontispiece 
and thirteen coloured plates. Lacks printed title-page. Foxed throughout. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. See Abbey, Life in England. 254 and 255. In fact 
	this copy does not agree fully with either and has a publisher's imprint on 
	title-page called for in 253, but the full complement of text and plates as in 
	254 and 255. 
351
THE DRAWING-ROOM ALBUM, and Companion for the Boudoir, an elegant 
literary miscellany, illustrated with beautiful engravings on steel. London: 
Edward Lacey, 76 St. Paul's Church Yard. n.d. [c.1839] [Printer: Printed by J. 
Trapp, 11 Budge Row, London].  
Octavo. First edition. Original patterned pebble-grained calf, a.e.g. Rebacked. 
Covers blocked in bilnd and gilt. Unpaginated. Frontispiece and other plates. 
Some ms. leaves bound in. Dedicatory leaf filled-in. Dated ink inscription on 
upper free endpaper. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Edges a little 
frayed. Covers a little marked. 
	Contains poetry by Clare, Mrs. Hemans, Barton and Cornwall.
352
DRAYTON (J.B.) Poems. London: Printed for Gale, Curtis, and Fenner, Paternoster-
Row; James Black, York-Street; Robert Jennings, Poultry; John Martin, Holles-
Street; and Henney, Cheltenham. 1813 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by James 
Ballantyne and Co.]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 203 pp. List of subscribers (13 pp.). Dated ink 
signature on upper fly-leaf. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 370. 
353
DRAYTON (J.B.) A Free Poetic Version of the first part of the Pilgrim's Progress, in 
ten books. With a brief memoir of John Bunyan, and notes selected and abridged 
from the Rev. T. Scott, Rector of Aston Sandford, Bucks. and late Chaplain to the 
Lock Hospital, London. Cheltenham: Sold by S. Bettison, G.A. Williams, T.E. Weller, 
and at the other libraries. n.d. [c.?1821] [Printer: J.J. Hadlley, Printer, Journal 
Office, Cheltenham] 
Octavo in 12s. Original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. [279] pp. 1/2-
title. List of subscribers (7 pp.) Contains the errata. Lacks upper free endpaper. 
Spine a little chipped and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 287. The Johnson copy.
354
DRAYTON (J.B.) Poetic Sketches from Bunyan: comprising some of the leading 
incidents in the first part of the Pilgrim's Progress. With a brief memoir of John 
Bunyan and notes, selected and abridged from the Rev. T. Scott, Rector of Aston 
Sandford Bucks and late Chaplain to the Lock Hospital, London. Cheltenham: 
Printed by Turner and Hadley, and sold by S. Bettison, and G.A. Williams. 1821 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces. Raised bands. 205 pp. 
1/2-title. Author's signed dated presentation copy (1/2-title).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 288. The Johnson copy. 
355
DRIVER (Henry Austen) The Arabs: a tale, in four cantos. London: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster Row. 1825 [Printer: 
London: Printed by J. Moyes, Bouverie Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in full black morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Blind inside dentelles. 99 pp. Scattered 
foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 510.
356
DRUMMOND (George Hay) Verses, social and domestic. Edinburgh: Printed by and 
for Mundell & Son and for Longman & Rees, London and Wilson & Spence, York. 
1802
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary marbled boards, uncut, rebacked. Spine 
printed in black. 189 pp. Errata leaf. 14 pp. of advertisements at end. Vignette 
on title-page. Ink signature on upper fly-leaf. Author's presentation copy 
(pencilled note by recipient on verso of upper fly-leaf). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 267.
357
DRUMMOND (William) The Satires of Persius Translated. By William Drummond, 
Esq. M.P. Fellow of the Royal Societies of London and Edinburgh. London: Printed 
by W. Bulmer and Co. for J. Wright, Piccadilly. 1799
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full mottled tan calf, rebacked, original 
backstrip laid-down. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Gilt edges. 189 pp. 
1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
358
DRUMMOND (Sir W.) Odin, a poem; in eight books and two parts. Part the First. 
London: Printed by A.J. Valpy, Tooke's Court, Chancery Lane; sold by Messrs. 
Law and Co.; Longman and Co. Paternoster-Row; Lloyd, Harley Street; Macredie, 
Edinburgh: Cumming, Dublin; and all other booksellers. 1817
Quarto. First edition. Only Part One published. Contemporary 1/2-blue calf, 
marbled boards. Covers blocked in gilt. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. [168] pp. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Edges 
a little browned. Warped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 422. 
359
DRUMMOND (William Hamilton) The Man of Age. A Poem. To which are added, 
The Sighs of Genius: an elegiac ode, occasioned by the death of Robert Burns, the 
Ayrshire Poet. By William Hamilton Drummond. Glasgow: 1798 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
12mo. in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 24 pp. Bound with: EDWARD 
AND EMILY. 1796 [item 373]; LOCHORE. The Foppish Taylor. 1796 [item 814]; 
[LOCHORE]. Willie's Vision. n.d. [item 816]; EPISCOPUS. Dulness, a poem. 1807 
[item 393]; QUIZ'EM. Economy. 1811 [item 1138]; [RODGER]. Hints to the 
Disaffected "Sooty Rabble". 1816 [item 1189]; [HANISTON] Elegy on the Much 
Lamented Death of the late Rev. Dr. Balfour. 1818 [item 551] and HOLY WILLIE. 
A Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item 627]. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Lower cover rejointed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 291. The Johnson copy.
360
DRUMMOND (William Hamilton) The Battle of Trafalgar, a heroic poem. By the 
Rev. William Hamilton Drummond, Member of the Literary Society of Belfast, &c. 
Belfast: Printed by J. Smyth and D. Lyons. Sold by Archer and Ward, Belfast; and 
J. Archer, Dublin. 1806 
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. 124 pp. Folding coloured frontispiece. 
	Jackson, Annals p. 295. Johnson 289. The Johnson copy.
361
DUCAREL (P.J.) Poems, Original and Translated. London: Printed for James 
Carpenter, Old Bond Street. 1807 [Printer: Printed by Ellerton and Byworth, 
Johnson's Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edtiion. Contemporary full mottled tan calf, rebacked, original 
backstrip laid-down. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt inside dentelles. 174 
pp. 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ink signature on 1/2-
title. Corners chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 312. 
362
DUCAREL (P.J.) De Wyrhale: a tale of Dean Forest. In five cantos. London: 
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 1836 [Printer: London: 
Printed by Manning and Smithson, Ivy-Lane, Paternoster-Row]
Octavo. First edition. Original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on spine. 232 pp. 
1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. Vignettes as head-pieces throughout. Contains 
the errata leaf. Spine a little worn.
363
[DUNBAR (William)(Ed.)] The Nithsdale Minstrel; being original poetry, chiefly by 
the bards of Nithsdale. Dumfries: Printed by C. Munro & Co. for Preacher and 
Dunbar, Dumfries; and sold by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London; J. Ogle, and J. 
& J. Robertson, Edinburgh; and Francis Orr, Glasgow. 1815
Octavo in 6s. Unct in the original drab paper boards, rebacked, new label on 
spine. 314 pp. Contains the errata. Tear to I1. Ink inscriptions on upper free 
endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Burns. Johnson 292.
364
DUNCOMBE (Mrs.) A Search after Happiness; or, the vision of worldly hope; an 
allegorical poem. Dedicated by permission, to the Right Hon. the Countess of 
Albemarle. London: Printed for the Authoress's particular friends. 1809 [Printer: 
Printed by S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, London]
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Disbound. [12] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women.
365
[DUNLOP (John)] Oliver Cromwell, a poem, in three books. Edinburgh: Published 
by Oliver & Boyd; and Simpkin & Marshall, London. 1829 [Printer: Greenock: 
Printed at the Columbian Press] 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-blue calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. [209] pp. 1/2-title. Some 
scattered foxing.
	Jackson, Annals p. 546. Johnson 293. The Johnson copy.
366
[EAGLES (John)] Felix Farley, Rhymes, Latin and English. By Themaninthemoon. 
Bristol: Printed and published by J.M. Gutch, at the Office of Felix Farley's Bristol 
Journal. 1826 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards, uncut. Spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 158 pp. Additional engraved title-page. Two 
plates. One double-sided plate. Contains the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 521. Johnson 295. The Johnson copy. 
367
EAGLES (Thomas) Mountain Melodies, &c. &c. &c. London: Whittaker and Co. 
1839 [1835] [Printer: T. Kaye, Printer, Castle-Street, Liverpool] 
Octavo. Original green patterned diagonal grain cloth. Gilt cloth label on spine. 
236 pp. Dated initial on upper free endpaper. A second initial on upper free 
endpaper. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Johnson 296. The Johnson copy. A date of MDCCCXXXIX appears to be laid-
	down over the original printed date of ?1835. Johnson suggest that this is 
	the copy belonging to the dedicatee but since the initials are dated 1859 - 
	twenty or even 24 years after publication of the book - they could be 
	those of another member of the family. 
368
EAGLES (Thomas) Relvedder, Baron Kolff, &c. London: Published for Longman, 
Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman. 1837 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original black patterned sand grain cloth. Paper label 
on spine. 246 pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Spine a little rubbed 
and frayed. Upper cover a little damp-bubbled. Text a trifle marked.
	Johnson 297. The Johnson copy. Johnson gives the printer as "[Liverpool?:] 
	no printer given". Other than that the earlier published Mountain Melodies 
	has a Liverpool printer it is unclear from where this information has been 
	obtained. 
369
EAST (John) The Sea-side: a series of short essays and poems, on various 
subjects, suggested by a temporary residence at a watering place. By the Rev. 
John East, A.M. Lecturer of St. Philip's, and Curate of St. James's, Bristol. Bristol: 
Published by W. Richardson, Clare Street; and Hamilton, Adams, & Co., 
Paternoster Row, London. 1827 [Printer: Fuller, Printer, Bristol]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 
Gilt lettering piece. 416 pp. Endpapers marked. Worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
370
EDEN (Frederick Morton, Bart.) The Vision a poem. Addressed to the late Rev. 
Jonathan Boucher. [Second edition]. London: Published by William Harrison 
Ainsworth, Old Bond Street. 1828 [Printer: C. and C. Whittingham, Chiswick]
Quarto. Second edition. Bound in full morocco, a.e.g., rebacked. Covers blocked in 
gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 44 pp. Additional engraved title-page: Epsom a vision. 
Seven plates, one double-sided. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ink 
signature on verso of upper free endpaper and on upper fly-leaf. Slight staining 
to A3.  
	First published in 1820. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
371
EDGAR (C.F.) Original Poems. London: Whittaker, Treacher & Arnot; T. Inchbold, 
Leeds. 1830 [Printer: Leeds: Printed by T. Inchbold, 62, Briggate] 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original green printed paper boards, 
rebacked. Upper cover printed in black. Spine blocked in blind. [91] pp. Dated 
pencilled signature on upper fly-leaf. A trifle foxed. A little rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 300. The Johnson copy.
372
EDMESTON (James) The Woman of Shunem, a dramatic sketch; Patmos, a 
fragment; and other poems. London: Henry Goode and Co., Queen's Head Passage, 
Paternoster Row. 1829 [Printer: London: J. Moyes, Took's Court, Chancery Lane]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-morocco, boards. Upper cover rejointed. 
Upper cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 124 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 549. 
373
EDWARD AND EMILY. A tale. Glasgow: Printed for and sold by Cameron & 
Murdoch, booksellers and stationers, Trongate. 1796 [J303]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 16 pp. Bound with: LOCHORE. 
The Foppish Taylor. 1796 [item 814]; [LOCHORE]. Willie's Vision. n.d. [item 816]; 
DRUMMOND. The Man of Age. 1798 [item 359]; EPISCOPUS. Dulness, a poem. 
1807 [item 393]; QUIZ'EM. Economy. 1811 [item 1138]; [RODGER]. Hints to the 
Disaffected "Sooty Rabble". 1816 [item 1189]; [HANISTON] Elegy on the Much 
Lamented Death of the late Rev. Dr. Balfour. 1818 [item 551] and HOLY WILLIE. 
A Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item 627]. Lower cover 
rejointed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 303. The Johnson copy.
374
EDWARDS (Frederick) Inez, a Spanish story, founded on facts, illustrating one of 
the many evils of auricular confession, in two cantos. Lyme: Printed for the 
Author by W. Landray. 1829
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 76 pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements tipped- in at end. Errata slip at end. Backstrip defective. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
375
EDWARDS (John) Kathleen; a ballad: from an ancient Irish tradition in the valley 
of Glandilough, County of Wicklow. By John Edwards, Esq. of Oldcourt, in the 
same county. London: Printed by Henry Reynell, No. 21, Piccadilly, for C. Chapple, 
66, Pall-mall. 1808
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary full tan diced calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 20 pp. 
Engraved musical plate. Ink signature on title-page. Some damp-staining to 
margins. Title page marked. Bound with: CROKER. Talavera. 1812. [item 281]; 
GRENVILLE. Portugal. 1812 [item 531]; and BARBAULD. Eighteen Hundred and 
Eleven. 1812. [item 65].
	 Not in Jackson, Annals.
376
EDWARDS (John) The Tour of the Dove; or a visit to Dovedale, &c. A poem. Second 
edition. Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, Paternoster 
Row, London. n.d. [?1825] [Printer: Wilkins and Son, Printers, Queen Street, 
Derby]
12mo. in 6s. Second edition. Uncut in the original printed paper boards. Upper 
cover and spine printed in black. [124] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at 
end. Dated ink signatures on upper free endpaper. Backstrip a little frayed.
	First published in 1821. Jackson, Annals, p. 518. Johnson 306.
377
EDWARDS (William) A Collection of Poems on various subjects, in the English and 
Scottish dialects. By William Edwards, Gardener, Delgaty, Turreff. Aberdeen: 
Printed by D. Chalmers & Co. 1810 [J307]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 71 pp. Bound with: CUNNINGHAM. An Elegy on a Pile of 
Ruins. 1806. [item 294]; MORLEY. Elegant, Original, and Select Poetry. 1811. [item 
1005] and WHITE. Clifton Grove. 1803. [not catalogued]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 307. The Johnson copy. 
378
EGAN (Pierce)  Matthews's Comic Annual; or the snuff-box and the leetel bird: an 
original humourous poem. With eight original designs by Robert Cruikshank, 
engraved by M.U. Sears. London: Alfred Miller, 137, Oxford Street; Constable, 
Edinburgh; Griffin, Glasgow; and Milleken, Dublin. 1831 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
12mo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-red morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [22] pp. Vignette on title-page, six plates 
and tail-piece by Cruikshank. A trifle marked.
	NCBEL III,1280. Jackson, Annals, p. 561. Not in Faxon. 
379
EKINS (Jeffery) Poems. By the Rev. Jeffery Ekins, D.D., late Dean of Carlisle. 
London: Printed by Luke Hansard & Sons, near Lincoln's- Inn Fields. 1810
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. 134 pp. Spine a little frayed and worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. 
380
AN ELEGY ON THE LATE SAMPSON STAWELL, Esq. of Kilbrittain. Cork: Printed by 
J. Connor, 19 Grand-Parade. 1821
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
8 pp. Ink signature on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 311. The Johnson copy.
381
E[LLIOT] (R.) Detached Pieces, in verse, with glossary and notes. By the Rev. R.E. 
Doncaster: Printed by W. Sheardown, High-Street. 1807 
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked. 
58 pp. A little worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 294. The Johnson copy.
382
ELLIOT (Robert) The Battle of Stamford Bridge. York: Printed by W. Blanchard 
and Son. 1810
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
Contains original upper wrapper. 36 pp. Ink signature on upper wrapper. A little 
worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 314. The Johnson copy.
383
[ELLIOTT (Ebenezer)]  The Vernal Walk, a descriptive poem. The second edition, 
corrected. Cambridge: Printed and sold by B. Flower; sold also by C. Sutton, 
Nottingham; T. Conder, Bucklersbury; Crosby and Co. Stationer's Court, and E. 
Vidler, Strand, London. 1802 
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 62 pp. Frontispiece. Bound with: LEYDEN. 
Scenes of Infancy. Edinburgh. 1803. [not catalogued].
	NCBEL III,380. First published in 1801. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
384
ELLIOTT (Ebenezer) The Splendid Village; Corn Law Rhymes; and other poems. 
London: Benjamin Steill, Paternoster Row. J. Pearce, Sheffield. 1833 [Printer: 
Printed by T. Richardson, 245, High Holborn, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-roan, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. 284 pp. Frontispiece portrait of the author. Errata on final 
leaf of text.  
	NCBEL III,380. Jackson, Annals, p. 577.
385
ELLIOTT (Edward B.) The Omnipresence of the Supreme Being. A Seatonian Prize 
poem. By Edward B. Elliott, A.M. Fellow of Trinity College. Cambridge: Printed at 
the University Press, by J. Smith; and sold by Deighton & Sons, Cambridge; and 
Hatchard, London. 1821
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Edges blocked in blind. Blind inside dentelles. Spine blocked in blind and 
gilt. Raised bands. 34 pp. Bound with: ELLIOTT. Antiochus Epiphanes. 1825. [item 
386].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 472. 
386
ELLIOTT (Edward B.) Antiochus Epiphanes. A Seatonian Prize Poem. By Edward 
Elliott, A.M. Fellow of Trinity College. London: Printed by Henry Teape, Tower 
Hill. 1825
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Edges blocked in blind. Blind inside dentelles. Spine blocked in blind and 
gilt. Raised bands. 56 pp. Bound with: ELLIOTT. The Omnipresence of the 
Supreme Being. 1821. [item 385].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 510.
387
ELLIOTT (Mary) The Sunflower; or, poetical truths, for young minds, religious, 
moral, miscellaneous, and historical; forming a collection of original poems, and 
intended as a continuation of "Simple Truths in Verse". By Mary Elliot (late 
Belson). London: William Darton, 58, Holborn Hill. n.d. [Printer: W. Darton, 58 
Holborn Hill]
12mo. in 6s. ?First edition. Contemporary 1/4-roan, marbled boards. 108 pp. 
Frontispiece. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Preliminaries loose. 
A little rubbed.
	Not in NCBEL listing that includes Mary Elliott. NCBEL lists "Simple Truths 
	in Verse".  See Jackson, Annals, p. 487. Jackson, Women, Elliott 6(b). 
	Jackson gives the same title with a dated - 1822 - title-page the reference 
	6(a). It is not clear from his entry why the dated, rather than the undated 
	title-page is the first appearance.   
	231
	ELLIS (William)(Ed.) 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]
	232
	ELLIS (William)(Ed.) The Christian Keepsake, and Misionary Annual. Edited 
	by the Rev. William Ellis. 1837. London, Paris and America: Fisher, Son & 
	Co. [1837]
388
ELTON (Charles A.) Poems. London: Printed for T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 
Paternoster-Row; by N. Biggs, Crane-Court, Fleet-Street. 1804
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in contemporary 1/2-calf, boards. 164 pp. 1/2-title. 
Worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 281. 
389
EMANCIPATION; or Peter, Martin, and the squire. A tale in rhyme. To which is 
added a short account of the present state of the Irish Catholics. Second edition. 
London: Printed for S.A. and H. Oddy, 27, Oxford Street; and C. Le Grange, Nassau 
Street, Dublin; W. Lewis, Printer, Paternoster-Row. n.d. [1808] 
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards, paper label on spine. 108 
pp. Folding plate. 
	First published in 1808. See Jackson, Annals, p. 317. Jackson cites a first 
	edition of the same year. 
390
EMMANUEL: a Christian tribute of affection and duty; for the year of our Lord 
1830. Edited by the Rev. William Shepherd. London: Printed for Samuel 
Maunder, Newgate Street. 1830 [Printer: London: Printed by William Clowes, 
Stamford Street]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original patterned diagonal grain cloth. Covers and 
spine embossed in blind. Paper label on spine. [340] pp. Vignette title-page. 
Frontispiece. Four plates. Presentation leaf. Spine a trifle faded. 
	Faxon 1208. Contains poetry by Montgomery and Strickland. 
391
THE ENCYCLOPíDIA OF WIT, or Momus's cabinet of amusement, consisting of a 
choice collection of bon mots, puns, epigrams, humourous tales in verse, and 
anecdotes of eminent excentric [sic] characters, the whole calculated to enliven 
the mind and exhilarate the spirits, in these hard times. London: Printed for John 
Bumpus, St. John Street, and sold by all booksellers. 1811 [Printer: Plummer and 
Brewis, Printers, Love Lane, Little Eastcheap]
24 mo. in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 
276 pp. Frontispiece. Edges a little rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
392
ENGLISH TRANSLATIONS, from ancient and modern poems, by various authors. 
In three volumes. London: Printed for J. Johnson; J. Nichols and Son; R. Baldwin; 
F. and C. Rivington; W. Otridge and Son; Leigh and Sotheby; R. Faulder and Son; G. 
Nicol and Son; T. Payne; G. Robinson; Wilkie and Robinson; C. Davies; T. Egerton; 
Scatcherd and Letterman; J. Walker; Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe; R. Lea; J. Nunn; 
Lackington, Allen and Co.; J. Stockdale; Cuthell and Martin; Clarke and Sons; J. 
White and Co.; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme; Cadell and Davies; J. Barker; John 
Richardson; J.M. Richardson; J. Carpenter; B. Crosby; E. Jeffery; J. Murray; W. 
Miller; J. and A. Arch; Black, Parry, and Kingsbury; J. Booker; S. Bagster; J. 
Harding; J. Mackinlay; J. Hatchard; R.H. Evans; Matthews and Leigh; J. Mawman; J. 
Booth; J. Asperne; P. and W. Wynne; and W. Grace. Deighton and Son at 
Cambridge, and Wilson and Son at York. 1810 [Printer: C. Whittingham, Printer, 
Goswell Street, London]
Octavo. Three volumes. First edition. Bound in contemporary 1/4-pebble grain 
cloth, marbled boards. Covers of volumes 1 and 3 rejointed. Spines blocked in 
blind and gilt. 747; 775;[784] pp. Corners rubbed and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
393
EPISCOPUS Dulness. A poem. Edinburgh: Printed by John Orphoot, for James Ogg, 
22 St. Andrews Street. 1807
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 14 pp. Bound with: EDWARD 
AND EMILY. 1796 [item 373]; LOCHORE. The Foppish Taylor. 1796 [item 814]; 
[LOCHORE]. Willie's Vision. n.d. [item 816]; DRUMMOND. The Man of Age. 1798 
[item 359]; QUIZ'EM. Economy. 1811 [item 1138]; [RODGER]. Hints to the 
Disaffected "Sooty Rabble". 1816 [item 1189]; [HANISTON] Elegy on the Much 
Lamented Death of the late Rev. Dr. Balfour. 1818 [item 551] and HOLY WILLIE. 
A Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item 627]. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Trimmed with some loss of letters. Lower cover rejointed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
394
ERSKINE (D.) King James the First of Scotland: a tragedy, in five acts. By Capt. D. 
Erskine, York Rangers, F.A.S. Ed. N.M.A. of Scot. and Border Society, Ed. Kelso: 
Printed by Alex. Leadbetter; sold also by T. Hill, Great King-Street, Bloomsbury, 
London; R. Aitkin, 79 Queen-Street, Edinburgh; W. Renwick, Jedburgh; and J. 
Scott, St. Boswells. 1827  
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-maroon morocco, marbled boards, 
uncut. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 14 pp. Frontispiece. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down and on upper free endpapers. Spine a little 
rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 315. The Johnson copy.
395
ERSKINE (Mrs. Esme Steuart) Isabel, a tale in two cantos; and other poems. By 
the Honorable Mrs. Esme Steuart Erskine. London: Printed for James Ridgway, 
No. 170 opposite Old Bond Street, Piccadilly, by T. Robinson, Essex Press, 
Romford. 1814 
Octavo. Contemporary full green morocco, a.e.g Covers and spine blocked in blind 
and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 148 pp. Edges a little 
rubbed. Hinges cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Erskine 1. Johnson 316. The 
	Johnson copy.
396
ERSKINE (Henry) The Emigrant. A poem. To which is added Dr. Smollet's Ode to 
Levenwater. n.d. [c.1796] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
8 pp. 
397
ERSKINE (Thomas, Lord) The Poetical Works of the Right Honourable, Thomas, 
Lord Erskine, K.T. &c., &c. With a biographical memoir of his life. London: Printed 
and published by J. Limbird, 143, Strand. 1823
24mo. in 6s. First edition. Disbound. 36 pp. Frontispiece. 
	NCBEL III, 1281. Jackson, Annals, p. 496. 
398
ESPENER (Mrs.) Sentimental Poetry, Acrostics, &c. By Mrs. Espener, Widow of the 
late Mr. Charles Espener, Woollen Draper, of Kingston-upon-Hull. Hull: Printed by 
J. Hutchinson, Silver-Street. 1826 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [59] 
pp. List of subscribers (9 pp.). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Espener 1. 
399
EVERETT (James) Edwin; or, Northumbria's royal fugitive restored; a metrical tale 
of Saxon times. London: Published by Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Paternoster-
Row; and by J. Blackwell, Sheffield. 1831 [Printer: Printed by John Blackwell. 
Sheffield] 
Octavo in 12s. Original pink linen texture cloth, uncut. Paper label on spine. 192 
pp. 1 p. of advertisements at front. Ink signature on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Spine faded, frayed and chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 560. Johnson 320. The Johnson copy.
400
THE EVERGREEN; a selection of religious and preceptive poetry. Seventh edition. 
London: William Darton and Son, Holborn Hill. n.d. [c.1837] [Printer: J. May, 
Printer, Cannon Street, Dover]
32mo. in 8s. Seventh edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 248 pp. Frontispiece. Dated ink 
inscriptions on upper fly-leaves. Some scattered foxing. A little rubbed.
	See Faxon 1218-1219. Contains poetry by Heber, Mrs. Hemans, Campbell, 
	Wordsworth, Byron, Moore, Barton, Burns, Scott, Coleridge and Rogers. 
401
FABER (Frederic) The Knights of St. John: a prize poem, recited in the Theatre, 
Oxford; June 15, 1836. By Frederic Faber, University College. Oxford: Printed and 
published by J. Vincent. 1836
12mo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 19 pp. 
	NCBEL III,521. 
402
[FAIR (James)] The Haunted Priory, a romance. In three cantos. Hawick: Printed 
by Robert Armstrong. 1815
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original plain paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 10 
pp. Author's presentation copy (title-page and upper cover). Lacks original 
stitching thread. Wrappers frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 322. The Johnson copy.
403
[FAIR (James)] The Jed, a poem. Hawick: Printed by Robert Armstrong. 1816 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 12 
pp. Author's presentation copy (A2). Small hole at top of A6, page number 
affected recto and verso. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 323. The Johnson copy. 
404
FAITH'S TELESCOPE; or, views of time and eternity: with other poems. Edinburgh: 
Sold by Oliver & Boyd; and Simpkin & Marshall, London. 1830 [Printer: Oliver & 
Boyd, Printers]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original red cloth, modern paper label 
on spine. 184 pp. 1/2-title. Ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Covers a trifle marked. Label chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
405
FALSE SANCTITY, [versified] or, the modern Tartuffes. To my country. London: 
Roake and Varty, 31, Strand, November, 1831 [Printer: London: Roake and Varty, 
Printers, 31 Strand]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [40] 
pp. Lacks 1/2-title. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
406
FAWCETT (Joseph) Poems. To which are added Civilised War, before published 
under the Title of The Art of War, with considerable alterations; and The Art of 
Poetry, according to the latest improvements, with additions. London: Printed by 
J. Johnson, in St. Paul's Church-yard. 1798 [Printer: No imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 277 
pp. Errata on verso of T8. Dated signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine 
a little rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 228. Jackson also cites an earlier edition of 1792.
407
FAWCETT (Stephen) Wharfdale Lays; or, lyrical poems. London: Simpkin and 
Marshall; E. Keighley, Bradford; and all booksellers. 1837 [Printer: E. Keighley, 
Printer, Bradford]
Octavo. Original pink patterned sand grain cloth, uncut. [134] pp. Lacks 1/2-title. 
Ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Some scattered foxing. Covers and spine a little 
faded.  Upper hinge cracked. Shaken.
	Johnson 326. The Johnson copy.
408
FEIST (Charles) Breathings of the Woodland Lyre! Newark: Printed for the author 
by M. Hage, Stodman-Street. 1815 
12mo. in 8s. Contemporary blue calf. Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. 
Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 95 
pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 390. Johnson 327. The Johnson copy.
409
FEMINIANA, or the poets' beauties. Being approved selections from British 
authors, ancient and modern, descriptive of women. Third edition. Edinburgh: 
Bell & Bradfute, Bank Street. 1835 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew 
Shortrede, Thistle Lane]
Octavo. Third edition. Original purple ribbed grain cloth, paper label on spine. 
215 pp. 1/2-title. Ink inscription on title-page. Dated ink inscription on upper 
free endpaper. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine a little faded.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Scott, Bloomfield, Crabbe, 
	Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, Hogg, Rogers, Wordsworth and Moore.
410
FENBY (Thomas) Wild Roses. Liverpool: Printed for the author, and sold by R. 
Rockliff, 49 Castle Street, and the other booksellers. 1824 [Printer: Printed by R. 
Rockliff] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream cloth, drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 136 pp. Author's dated signature on upper free endpaper. Spine frayed.
Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 328. The Johnson copy.
411
FENWICK (R.O.) The Goblin Groom; a tale of Dunse. Edinburgh: Printed by Alex. 
Lawrie & Co. for Alex. Lawrie, Edinburgh: and J. Ridgway, London. 1809
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original boards, reback in 1/4-cloth. Gilt 
lettering piece. 125 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 329. 
412
FERNYHOUGH (W.) Poems on Various Occasions. By the Rev. W. Fernyhough, Vicar 
of Aspartia, in the County of Cumberland, and formerly a Member of Baliol 
College, Oxford. Newcastle: Printed for the author, by M. Smith; and sold by 
Longman, Hurst & Co, London; and by all booksellers. 1814 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 232 pp. Scattered foxing. Lacks 
backstrip.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 385. Johnson 331. The Johnson copy. 
413
[FINCH (Mrs. B.)] Sonnets, and other poems: to which are added tales in prose. 
London: Printed for Blacks and Parry, Leadenhall-Street. 1805 [Printer: T. 
Plummer, Seething-Lane, Tower-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked. Gilt 
lettering piece. [128] pp. Contains the errata leaf. Dated ink signature on upper 
fly-leaf. Bound with: [MACKENZIE]. The Sorrows of Seduction. 1805. [item 849]. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 292. Jackson indicates that the initials B.F. appear on 
	the title-page. Jackson, Women, Finch 1. 
414
FINLAY (John) Wallace; or, the Vale of Ellerslie, with other poems. Second 
edition, corrected and enlarged. Glasgow: Printed by and for R. Chapman. Sold by 
J. and A. Duncan; Brash & Reid; and A. Molleson; Edinburgh: Manners & Miller; 
Constable & Co.,; and J. Anderson; London: Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme; and 
Vernor, Hood & Sharpe. 1806
12mo. in 8s. Second edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 170 pp. Frontispiece. 2 plates. 
	First published in 1802. Not in Jackson, Annals.
415
FINLAYSON (William) Simple Scotish [sic] Rhymes. By William Finlayson, 
Pollokshaws. Paisley: Printed by S. & A. Young; and sold by M. Ogle and R. 
Hutchison, Glasgow: H. Crichton and T. Auld, Paisley; and T. Nelson, Edinburgh. 
1815 
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in full green morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Raised bands. 168 pp. Some scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 334. The Johnson copy.
416
[FIONN (Mac Cumhaill)] Fingal, a Fine-eirin; a poem, in six cantos. With notes, 
intended to delineate the manners and state of society of ancient Ireland. 
London: Printed for John Miller, 25, Bow Street, Covent Garden. 1813 [Printer: 
J.G. Barnard, Skinner Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 164 +[18] pp. Errata leaf.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 368. 
417
THE FIRST VOLUME OF POETRY; revised, improved, and considerably enlarged, 
containing the most favorite pieces, as performed at the Noblemen and 
Gentlemen's Catch Club, the Glee Club, the Harmonists' Society, the Argyll Glee 
Club, the Lodge of Antiquity, the Somerset House Lodge, the Lodge of Inverness, 
and the Lodge of Prudence, 122 of Freemasons, the Amateur Glee Club, evening 
parties, and all public societies, in general. Compiled by Richard Clark. London: 
Printed for the editor: and may be had of him, No. 25, Stangate Street, Bridge 
Road, Lambeth; at the Argyll Rooms, and of Messrs. Clementi's and Co., 25 
Cheapside. 1824
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-roan, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. [540] pp. Dated ink inscription 
on title-page. Ex-library copy. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Scott and Peter Pindar.
418
FISHER (James) Poems on Various Subjects. Dumfries: Printed by Robert Jackson, 
for the author. 1790 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 160 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 160. Johnson 335. The Johnson copy.
419
[FISHER (John)] Residence. Two letters in verse. London: Printed for the author, 
and sold by Rivingtons, Waterloo Place, and St. Paul's Church Yard; Manning, 
Newport Pagnel, and Dodd, Woburn. 1821 [Printer: Barnard and Foley, Skinner 
Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 47 
pp. Unopened. Wrappers faded.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 474. 
420
FISHER (John) The Valley of Llanherne, and other pieces in verse. London: 
Printed for J. Hatchard, (Bookseller to the Queen), no. 190, Opposite York-House, 
Piccadilly. 1801 [Printer: Brettell and Bastie, 34 Great Windmill Street, Hay 
Market]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, amateurishly 
rebacked. Hand-lettered paper label on upper cover. 110 pp. 1/2-title. 
Frontispiece. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 259. 
421
THE FISHER'S CALL, FOR 1827. [By William Greene]. Newcastle: Printed for 
Emerson Charnley. 1827 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 7 pp. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Faxon. Westwood and Satchell list this under North Country. It is 
	their item 9 in this listing. They identify W.G. as William Greene. "Seven of 
	the verses were first published in the "Newcastle Magazine" for May, 1822, 
	signed "Izaak Walton, the younger". 300 copies were printed for Charnley 
	with woodcut on title altered from vignette at page 154 of Select Fables 
	1820.
422
THE FISHER'S GARLAND, FOR 1828. [By Thomas Doubleday]. Newcastle: Printed 
for Emerson Charnley. 1828 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 7 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. 
	Not in Faxon. Westwood and Satchell list this under North Country. It is 
	their item 10: The fisher's call. 1828. Signed T.D. Written by Thomas 
	Doubleday for Mr. Alaric Watts's "Annual Souvenir". 300 copies were 
	printed for Charnley, Nov. 25, 1829, with woodcut altered from a vignette 
	in "Select Fables", 1820, p. 142. This block is introduced as Bewick's in 
	Bohn's "Walton," 1856, p. 101.
423
THE FISHER'S GARLAND, FOR 1829. [By Thomas Doubleday]. Newcastle: Printed 
for Emerson Charnley. 1829 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 8 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Faxon. Westwood and Satchell list this under North Country. It is 
	their item 11: The old fisher's challenge. 1829. Signed T.D. By Thomas 
	Doubleday. 300 copies were printed for Charnley, with wood-cut altered 
	by "plugging in" an angler in place of two horses, from a vignette in "Select 
	Fables," 1820, p. 60.
424
THE FISHER'S GARLAND, FOR 1830. [Signed R.R. but by Thomas Doubleday]. 
Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1830 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 8 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Faxon. Westwood and Satchell list this under North Country. It is 
	their item 12: The old angler's triumph. 1830. Though signed R.R. this 
	garland is from the pen of Thomas Doubleday, probably revised by Roxby. 
	Printed for Charnley with woodcut on title altered from vignette in "Select 
	Fables", 1820, p. 70.
425
THE FISHER'S GARLAND, FOR 1831. [By William Gill Thompson]. Newcastle: 
Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1831 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 8 pp. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Faxon. Westwood and Satchell list this under North Country. It is 
	their item 13: The Tyne fisher's call. 1831. By William Gill Thompson. 
	Printed for Charnley, with woodcut on title altered from vignette in "Select 
	Fables", 1820, p. 70.
426
THE FISHER'S GARLAND, FOR 1832. [By Robert Roxby and Thomas Doubleday]. 
Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1832 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 8 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Faxon. Westwood and Satchell list this under North Country. It is 
	their item 14: The fisher's invitation to his friend in Newcastle. 1832. The 
	joint production of Robert Roxby and Thomas Doubleday. Signed R.R. 
	Printed for Charnley with woodcut altered from vignette in "Select Fables," 
	1820, p. 40. This block appears as Bewick's in Bohn's "Walton", 1856, p. 42, 
	and in "Hofland's angler's manual", 1848, p. 274. Martin ("Bibliographical 
	Record") states that 300 copies of this and the two preceding garlands, 
	were printed. This concludes the first collective issue.
	1018
	[FITZ-GERALD (William-Thomas) and NEELE (Henry)] Poems for the 
	Anniversary of the Literary Fund. 1819. London: Printed by J. Nichols and 
	Son, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street. 1819
427
[FITZPATRICK (Patrick V.)] Thaumaturgus. By Ryrie Bjolla Padring. London: 
Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, and Co. and Richard Milliken & Son, Dublin. 
1828 [Printer: Printed by Bentham & Hardy]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-red, blue paper boards. 137 pp. 
Engraved title-page. Text marked and grimed. Worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
428
[FITZ WYGRAM FAMILY] Poems by members of the Family from the age of 
twelve to twenty. London: Printed by Richard Taylor, Red Lion Court, Fleet 
Street. 1835
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [101] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 589. 
429
FLOCKER (George) The Age of Christian Zeal: a poem. Hull: Printed by Richard 
Wells and Co. At the Hull Packet Office, 36 Scale Lane. 1819
Octavo. Rebound in green paper boards. Paper label on spine. 15 pp. Ms. poem on 
verso of A8. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 336. The Johnson copy.
430
FLORIMEL; a tale of the thirteenth century. London: Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert 
Street, Haymarket. 1832
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on 
upper cover. 32 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
431
FORBES (Peter) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: Printed by R. 
Menzies, Lawnmarket, for the author, and sold by J. Anderson and A. Black, 
Edinburgh; also by P. Lyle and A. Duncan, Dalkeith. 1812
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Upper cover 
rejointed. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 176 pp. List of 
subscribers (10 pp.). Bound with: RAMSAY. The Gentle Shepherd. 1817 [not 
catalogued]. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
432
FORBURY HILL: a poem. Inscribed to the memory of the late Francis Annesley, 
Esq. London: Printed by Law and Gilbert, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell; for F.C. 
and J. Rivingotn, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1813
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 
[35] pp. Errata leaf at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 368.
433
FORGET ME NOT; a Christmas, New Year's, and Birth-day Present, for 
MDCCCXXXII. Edited by Frederic Shoberl.  London: Published by R. Ackermann. 
[1832] [Printer: London: F. Shoberl, jun., Long Acre]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original red silk covered boards, a.e.g. Rebacked and 
recased, original backstrip laid-down. 360 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. 
Ten plates. 4 pp. of advertisements (continuously paginated with text). Piece 
torn from upper free endpaper. Edges a trifle rubbed.
	See Faxon 1307. Faxon gives a pagination that does not include the 4 pp. of 
	advertisements which are continuously paginated with the text. His 
	imprint also differs, including Philadelphia: Carey and Lea. Contains poetry 
	by Hogg and Clare.
434
FORGET ME NOT; a Christmas, New Year's and birthday present. For MDCCCXXV. 
Edited by Frederic Shoberl. London: Published by Ackermann and Co. [1835] 
[Printer: London: F. Shoberl, jun., 4 Leicester Street, Leicester Square]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original full maroon morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [360] pp. Frontispiece. Nine plates. 4 pp. of 
advertisments at end. Inscriptions on upper free endpaper, upper fly-leaf and 
title-page. Upper hinge cracked.
	Faxon 1311. Contains poetry by Landon and Strickland. 
435
FRANKLAND (Sarah) Leaves of Poesy, original and selected. London: Harvey and 
Darton, Gracechurch Street; and Thomas Hodgson, Liverpool. 1838 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Joseph Rickerby, Sherbourn Lane] 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original bead grain cloth. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 274 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper free 
endpaper. Contains the errata. Some foxing throughout. Corners bumped. Upper 
cover a trifle marked. 
	Contains poetry by Barton, Montgomery, Mrs. Hemans, Byron, Shelley, Hogg 
	and Heber. 
436
FRANKLIN (Robert) The Miller's Muse; rural poems. By Robert Franklin, Ferrriby 
Sluice, Lincolnshire. Hull: Printed and sold by I. Wilson, Lowgate; sold also by the 
author; Baldwin, Cradock and Joy; Longman, Hurst and Co.; and G. and W.B. 
Whitaker, London; Rodford, Hull; Miss Wilbar, Barton; Brooke and Son, and Drury 
and Son, Lincoln; Stark, Gainsbro'; Jackson and Son, Louth; Turner, Beverley; and 
all other booksellers. 1824 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in cream paper boards, uncut. Spine blocked in black. [96] 
pp. Repair to tear in F2, some loss of words. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Some 
scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 339. The Johnson copy.
437
FRASER (James) A Pilgrimage to Craigmillar: with other poems. Edinburgh: 
Printed by Duncan Stevenson and Company, for Macredie, Skelly, and Co. 52, 
Prince's Street. 1817
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 
108 pp. Ink signature on title-page. Scattered foxing. Scuffed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
438
F[REEMAN] (G[age] E[arle]) Poems by "G.E.F." Stratford: Printed by J. Ward. 1839 
Octavo. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 60 pp. Some 
scattered foxing. 
	Johnson 343. The Johnson copy. 
439
FREEMAN (R.) Regulbium, a Poem, with an historical and descriptive account of 
the Roman station at Reculver, in Kent. Canterbury: Printed and sold by Rouse, 
Kirkby, and Lawrence; sold also by G. Robinson, 25, Patenroster-Row; and 
Richards and Co., No. 9 Cornhill, London; and at the Libraries at Margate, 
Ramsgate and Broadstairs. 1810 
12mo. in 8s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 78 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. One plate. Ink 
inscription on verso of lower fly-leaf. Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Covers and spine rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 344. Johnson 344. The Johnson copy.
440
FRENCH (R.N.) Verses, by the Rev. R.N. French, of Foremark, Derbyshire. Derby: 
Printed for the author, and sold by G. Wilkins, in the Queen-Street. And may be 
had of the following London booksellers: Millar, Albemarle-Street; Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster Row; Tipper, Leadenhall- Street; Ridgeway, 
Piccadilly; Crosby and Co., Stationer's Court; Stockdale, Piccadilly; and all other 
booksellers in town and country. 1808
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in full contemporary red morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 168 pp. Bookplate of Lord Belper 
on upper paste-down endpaper. Author's dated presentation copy (verso of 
upper fly-leaf). Author's dated, initialled ms. poetic presentation inscription on 
upper fly-leaves. Contains the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 325. Johnson 348. The Johnson copy.
441
[FRERE (John Hookham)] The Acharnians. n.d. [Malta: 1839] [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in modern binder's cloth. 70 pp. Presentation from 
author's son on first leaf of text. Bound together with: [FRERE]. The Knights. 
[1839] [item 443]; [FRERE]. The Birds. [1839] [item 442]; [FRERE]. The Frogs. 
[1839] [not catalogued]; [FRERE]. Psalms, &c. [?1839] [item 444]; and [FRERE]. 
Theognis Restitutus. [1842][not catalogued]. Together with a Memoir of the 
author and a facsimile with tipped in photograph of bust of the author. 
	NCBEL II,656. This is a presentation set of titles from Frere's son George to 
	Worgan J. Festing. It would appear that Frere bound his father's works for 
	presentation in this form since there is also a record of a similar set 
	presented by him to Sir Thomas Acland.
442
[FRERE (John Hookham)] The Birds. Intended to convey some notion of its effect 
as an acted play, and to illustrate certain points of dramatic humour and 
character discoverable in the original. [Malta: Printed at the Government Press. 
1839]
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in modern binder's cloth. [104] pp. Errata for The 
Birds; The Acharnians; and The Knights at end. Bound together with: [FRERE]. The 
Acharnians. [1839] [item 441]; [FRERE]. The Knights. [1839] [item 443]; [FRERE]. 
The Frogs. [1839] [not catalogued]; [FRERE]. Psalms, &c. [?1839] [item 444]; and 
[FRERE]. Theognis Restitutus. [1842][not catalogued]. Together with a Memoir of 
the author and a facsimile with tipped in photograph of bust of the author.
	NCBEL II,656. This is a presentation set of titles from Frere's son George to 
	Worgan J. Festing. It would appear that Frere bound his father's works for 
	presentation in this form since there is also a record of a similar set 
	presented by him to Sir Thomas Acland.
443
[FRERE (John Hookham)]  The Knights. [Malta: Printed at the Government Press. 
1839]
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in modern binder's cloth. 89 pp. Bound together 
with: [FRERE]. The Acharnians. [1839] [item 441]; [FRERE]. The Birds. [1839] [item 
442]; [FRERE]. The Frogs. [1839] [not catalogued]; [FRERE]. Psalms, &c. [?1839] 
[item 444]; and [FRERE]. Theognis Restitutus. [1842][not catalogued]. Together 
with a Memoir of the author and a facsimile with tipped in photograph of bust of 
the author. 
	NCBEL II,656. This is a presentation set of titles from Frere's son George to 
	Worgan J. Festing. It would appear that Frere bound his father's works for 
	presentation in this form since there is also a record of a similar set 
	presented by him to Sir Thomas Acland.
444
[FRERE (John Hookham)]  Psalms, &c. [London:] Printed by W. Nicol, Cleveland- 
row, St. James's. n.d. [?1839]
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in modern binder's cloth. 47 pp. Bound together 
with: [FRERE]. The Acharnians. [1839] [item 441]; [FRERE]. The Knights. [1839] 
[item 443]; [FRERE]. The Birds. [1839] [item 442]; [FRERE]. The Frogs. [1839] [not 
catalogued]; and [FRERE]. Theognis Restitutus. [1842] [not catalogued]. Together 
with a Memoir of the author and a facsimile with tipped in photograph of bust of 
the author. 
	NCBEL II,656. This is a presentation set of titles from Frere's son George to 
	Worgan J. Festing. It would appear that Frere bound his father's works for 
	presentation in this form since there is also a record of a similar set 
	presented by him to Sir Thomas Acland.
445
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING or the annual remembrancer. A Christmas present, or a 
New Year's gift for 1824. London: Lupton Relfe, 13, Cornhill. [1824] [Printer: 
London: Printed by D.S. Maurice, Fenchurch Street]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original cream paper wrappers, a.e.g. Covers embossed. 
Gilt lettering piece on spine. 222 pp. Presentation leaf. Coloured title-page. Ten 
plates including four of engraved music. 2 pp. of advertisements. Original 
printed board slipcase, coloured. Covers stained. Slipcase a little marked and 
frayed.
	See Faxon 1329. Faxon calls for only six plates. 
446
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING. A literary album edited by Thomas K. Hervey. London: 
Lupton Relfe, 13, Cornhill. 1826 [Printer: London: Printed by D. S. Maurice. 
Fenchurch Street]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original purple printed paper boards, a.e.g. 398 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. 12 plates. Spine slightly sunned.
Faxon 1331. Contains poetry by Barton, Bryon, Cornwall, Southey and Hood. 
447
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING. A literary album, and Christmas and New Year's 
present, for 1828. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 65, Cornhill. 1828 [Printer: London: 
Printed by D.S. Maurice, Fenchurch Street]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-calf, brown embossed paper covered 
boards, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. [386] pp. Presentation 
leaf. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten plates. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Spine frayed and chipped. Edges and joints rubbed. 
	Faxon 1333.
448
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING. A literary album and Christmas and New Year's 
present. For MDCCCXXIX. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65 Cornhill. 1829 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Littlewood & Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original full maroon calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. 420 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-page. 11 plates. 
Corners slightly rubbed.
	Faxon 1334. Contains poetry by Montgomery, Mrs. Hemans, John Clare, 
	Southey, Barton and James Hogg.
449
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING: a literary album, and Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXX. London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 65, Cornhill. 1830 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Littlewood & Co., Old Bailey]
12mo in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, black embossed paper 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. 
Frontispiece. Presentation plate. 11 plates. Hinges cracked. 
	Faxon 1335. Contains poetry by Montgomery, Hogg and Clare.
450
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING: a literary album, and Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXI. London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 65 Cornhill. 1831 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Littlewood & Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, maroon embossed paper 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 408 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Eleven plates. Edges a little rubbed. Hinges 
cracked.
	Faxon 1336. Contains poetry by Cornwall. 
451
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING: a literary album, and Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXII. London: Smith, Elder, and Co., 1832 [Printer: London: 
Printed by Littlewood & Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original maroon morocco embossed paper boards, a.e.g. 
Rebacked. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. Frontispiece and 
vignette title-page. Ten plates. Ink signature on upper fly-leaf. A little grimed. 
	Faxon 1337. Contains poetry by Cornwall, Montgomery and Clare. 
452
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING; and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present for MDCCCXXXIII. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65 Cornhill. 1833 
[Printer: London: Printed by Stewart and Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, maroon embossed paper 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten plates. Spine frayed with a piece missing. 
	Faxon 1338. Contains poetry by Tennyson and Mrs. Norton.
453
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING; and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXIV. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill. 1834 
[Printer: London: Printed by Stewart and Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, maroon embossed paper 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten plates. Upper hinge cracked. Spine frayed.
	Faxon 1339. Contains poetry by Cornwall and Coleridge.
454
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING; and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXV. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill, Booksellers, 
by appointment, to their Majesties. 1835 [Printer: London: Printed by Stewart 
and Co., Old Bailey] 
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, maroon embossed paper 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten plates. Edges a little rubbed and a little 
frayed.
	Faxon 1340. Contains poetry by Cornwall and Clare.
455
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING; and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXVI. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill, Booksellers 
to their Majesties. 1836 [Printer: London: Printed by Stewart and Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, maroon embossed paper 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 382 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Nine plates. 2 pp. of advertisements at end.
	Faxon 1341.
456
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING; and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present for MDCCCXXXVII. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill: Booksellers 
to Their  Majesties. 1837 [Printer: London: Printed by Stewart and Co., 15, Old 
Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-maroon morocco, maroon embossed paper 
covered boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 
pp. Frontispiece. Presentation plate. Nine plates. Some plates damp-marked. 
Edges slightly rubbed.
	Faxon 1342. Contains poetry by Cornwall. 
457
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXVIII. London: Smith, Elder and Co., Cornhill. 1838 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Stewart and Co., Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-morocco, maroon embossed paper boards, 
a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. Frontispiece. 
Vignette title-page. Nine plates. Spine slightly rubbed. 
	Faxon 1343. Contains poetry by Cornwall.
458
FRIENDSHIP'S OFFERING; and winter's wreath: a Christmas and New Year's 
present, for MDCCCXXXIX. London: Smith, Elder and Co., Cornhill. 1839 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Stewart and Murray, Old Bailey]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-morocco, maroon embossed paper boards, 
a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 384 pp. Frontispiece. 
Vignette title-page. Eight plates. Upper hinge cracked. 
	Faxon 1344. Contains poetry by Cornwall.
459
[FROME (Samuel Blake)] Frome's Poems, with a letter to the susribers [sic], and a 
critique of the work. London: Printed for the author, 6 Primrose-Street, 
Bishopsgate; and sold by R. Huntley, Bookseller, 4, Duke Street, Manchester 
Square. 1813 [Printer: T. Bore, Printer, Gainsford Street, Horselydown]
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. Paper label laid-
down on spine. [136] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (8 pp.). 
Contains the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 370. This title is incorrectly catalogued in the printed 
	British Library catalogue as Poems,... and is so listed by Jackson. Johnson 
	has agreed that the volume is in the British Library but has failed to note 
	that under the wrong title it is also listed in Jackson. Johnson 349. The 
	Johnson copy.
460
FRY (Caroline) Serious Poetry. Second edition. London: Printed for Ogle, Duncan, 
and Co., 37 Paternoster Row, and 295 Holborn. 1823 [Printer: London: Printed by 
J. Moyes, Greville Street]
12mo. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [118] pp. 
1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	First published in 1822. Jackson, Annals, p. 497. Jackson, Women, Fry 2(b). 
461
FURLONG (Thomas) The Doom of Derenzie, a poem. London: Joseph Robins, Bride 
Court, Bridge Street. 1829 [Printer: Robins & Sons, Printers, Southwark] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original 1/4-blue diaper grain cloth, drab paper boards. 
[158] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Shelf label on spine. Spine a 
little sunned.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 544. Johnson 351. The Johnson copy.
462
FURNESS (Richard) The Rag-Bag, a satire in three cantos. London: J. Limbird, 143 
Strand and A. Whitaker, Sheffield. 1832 [Printer: Sheffield: Whitaker and Co., 
Printers] 
12mo. Rebound in pink paper boards. Paper label on spine. 48 pp. Text a little 
marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 353. The Johnson copy. 
463
FURNESS (Richard) Medicus-Magus, a poem, in three cantos; with a glossary. 
Sheffield: Whitaker, 13 Fargate; Limbird, London; and all booksellers. 1836 
[Printer: Sheffield: Printed by A. Whitaker and Co.] 
Octavo in 12s. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers. Paper label on upper 
cover. 72 pp. Spine frayed.
	Johnson 352. The Johnson copy. 
464
FYFE (Archibald) [Poems] and Christmas. By the late Archibald Fyfe, Paisley. 
Paisley: Printed by Stephen Young, Bowling Green. 1806
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-morocco, boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 144 pp. Title-page repaired: [Poems] in manuscript. 
Foot of spine chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
465
FYLER (James C.) Stanley: or the infidel reclaimed; and other poems. A new 
edition, to which is added, Stanzas for the Coronation Day. London: Hamilton, 
Adams, & Co.; Weymouth: B. Benson. 1839 [Printer: Gilbert & Rivington, Printers, 
St. John's Square, London]
12mo. in 8s; 12mo. in 4s. New editition and first edition. Two parts in one. 
Original green wavy grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in blind and gilt. Lower 
cover blocked in blind. [88]+[8] pp. Part I contains the errata leaf. Part 2 has 
separate title-page: Stanzas for the Coronation Day: addressed to the Guardians 
of the Poor of England. By a Guardian. and has its own separate printer's imprint 
at end. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. 
	First published in 1838.
466
GADSBY (W.) A Dream. Manchester: Printed by M. Wardle, 101 Market-Street- 
Lane. n.d. [?c.1810] Octavo. Rebound in light grey paper boards, uncut. Paper 
label on spine. 16 pp. Ms. notes in Welsh on A8v. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 355. The Johnson copy. 
467
GAITES (Benjamin) A Basket of Wild Flowers; being a collection of poetic pieces 
by Benjamin Gaites, Bath. Bath: Printed by W. Meyler and Son. 1820 [J356]
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, t.e.g. Raised gilt bands. Three 
gilt lettering pieces on spine. [90] pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (2 pp). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 356. The Johnson copy.
468
GALLOVIDIAN PLOUGHMAN Rhymes at Random, by a Gallovidian Ploughman. 
Colchester: Printed and pubilshed by Cook and Brown, Booksellers, High Street. 
1838 [J751]
Octavo. Uncut in the original maroon diagonal grain cloth, rebacked. Paper label 
on upper cover. 200 pp. 4 pp. of advertisements bound in at end. Gathering N 
misbound. Text a little marked.
	Johnson 751. The Johnson copy. 
469
GALT (John)  The Tragedies of Maddalen, Agamemnon, Lady Macbeth, Antonia & 
Clytemnestra. London: Printed for Cadell and Davies. 1812 [Printer: W. Smith and 
Co., Printers, King Street, Seven Dials]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper wrappers, rebacked, hand 
lettered label on spine. 262 pp. Frontispiece. Lower cover chipped. 
	NCBEL III,722. Jackson, Annals, p. 365. 
470
GARLAND (R.T.) The Judgment Day: a sacred poem. By R.T. Garland, Harmony-
Row, Taunton. Twentieth edition. Watchet: Printed and sold by T. Whitehorn; 
sold also by the author, Taunton; Simpkin and Co.; and Wightman and Co. 
Paternoster-Row, London. 1836
Octavo. Twentieth edition. Uncut in the original printed drab paper wrappers. 35 
pp. Wrappers a little worn. 
471
THE GARLAND; a collection of miscellaneous poems. By the Author of "Field 
Flowers," &c. Published for the benefit of the Spanish and Italian refugees. 
London: T. & G. Underwood, 32, Fleet Street. 1829 [Printer: Ibotson and Palmer, 
Savoy Street, Strand]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-green cloth, marbled boards. Paper 
label on spine. [132] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Lacks upper 
free endpaper. Worn. Spine frayed. Scattered foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 545.  
472
A GARLAND OF LOVE, wreathed of pleasant flowers, gathered in the field of 
English poesy. London: Chapman and Hall, 186, Strand. 1836 [Printer: London: 
Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Original purple diagonal grain cloth. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [220] pp. 1/2-title. Presentation plate. Frontispiece. 
Ms. poetry on upper and lower endpapers. Spine slightly faded. 
	Contains poetry by Byron, Coleridge, Hogg, Rogers, Scott, Shelley and 
	Wordsworth.
473
GARRATT (Thomas) The Pastor; a poem. In two parts. London: Sold by Baldwin, 
Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row; Printed by W. Leak, Market-Place, Ormskirk. 
[1824]
Octavo. Rebound in full red crushed morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 72 pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (7 
pp.) Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Interleaved copy. Spine a little 
rubbed and frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 359. The Johnson copy.
474
GAUTHERN (William) The Tanner's Ass: his appeal to truest daylight, and the 
most tried Christian feelings; a poem, dedicated to the community at large. By 
William Gauthern, North-Newton, near Banbury, Oxfordshire. Banbury: Printed 
for & sold by the author; by T. Cheney, in the High Street. 1813 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original printed paper boards, rebacked. 100 pp. Tear 
to H4. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 361. The Johnson copy.
475
THE GEM. A literary annual. London: W. Marshall, 1 Holborn Bars. 1830 [Printer: 
London: Printed by W.J. Ruffy, 29 Budge Row]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original full crushed calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 275 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Eleven 
plates. 1 p. of advertisements on verso of last leaf of text. 
	See Faxon 1361. Faxon indicates that this item is edited by Thomas Hood. 
	According to NCBEL he only edited the edition of 1829. Contains poetry by 
	Clare, DeVere, Hogg and Montgomery. Also includes a prose sketch 
	"Saturday Night" signed Nepos but by Charles Lamb.
476
THE GEM. A literary annual. London: W. Marshall, 1, Holborn Bars. 1832 [Printer: 
Printed by W. J. Ruffy, 29, Budge Row, London]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original green morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [280] pp. Frontispiece. 11 plates. 4 pp. of advertisements at 
end. 
	Faxon 1363. Contains poetry by Barton, DeVere, Byron and Bayly. 
477
GENT (T.) Poetic Sketches. Yarmouth: Printed and published by John Beart, and 
sold by Messrs. Rivingtons, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London. [1805]
12mo. in 8s. Rebound in contemporary full red morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [120] pp. 1/2-title. Additional 
engraved title-page with vignette. Bookplate of Siegfried Sasoon on upper paste-
down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 291. Johnson 362. the Johnson copy.
478
GENT (Thomas) Poetic Sketches. A collection of miscellaneous poetry. The second 
edition. [Yarmouth:] Neptune Press: printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 
Paternoster-Row, London. 1808 [Printer: Keymer and Sloman, Printers, Old 
Broad-Row, Yarmouth] 
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original green paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [144] pp. Author's presentation copy (title-page). 2 pp. of critiques at end. 
Spine a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 323. Johnson 363. The Johnson copy.
479
GENT (Thomas) Poems. A new edition. London: Published by T. Cadell, Strand; W. 
Sams, St. James's Street; and W. Peacock, Salisbury Square. 1829 [Printer: Printed 
by James Bullock, Whitefriars]
Octavo. New edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, glazed cream boards, a.e.g. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 191 pp. Contains the 
errata. Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf).
	First published in 1820. Not in Jackson, Annals.
480
GENTLEMAN (A) Redmond's Bride, a fragment, and other poems. Pembroke: 
Printed and published by John Treble; sold by Treble and Bowers, Tenby; 
Messrs. Longman, Hurst & Co. and Baldwin, Cradock, & Joy, London. 1824 [J744]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece. 105 pp. 
Contains the errata. Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 744. The Johnson copy. 
481
[GERARD (E.)] Letters in Rhyme, to and from E. Gerard, portrait painter, 
Liverpool; with a number of humourous embellishments drawn on stone by the 
author. Liverpool: Printed by Rushton and Melling; sold by E. Smith and Co., 
Mercury Office, Lord-Street; at the Gazette Office, Manchester; Burks and 
Kinnebrook, Norwich; Hillyard and Morgan, Bristol; and all booksellers. 1825 
Octavo. Rebound by Carss of Glasgow in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 179 pp. Four plates. One 
folding facsimile of a pound note. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Dated ink signature on title-page. Binder's label on upper paste-down endpaper 
(Bound by Carss, Glasgow). Spine rubbed and faded.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 364. The Johnson copy.
482
GERRIE (John H.) Juvenilia; or, poems written in youth, on religious and moral 
subjects. By John H. Gerrie, Old Deer. Aberdeen: Printed by D. Chalmers & Co., and 
sold by A. Brown & Co., G. Clark, A. Stevenson, A. Watson, J. Strachna, D. Wyllie, 
W. Troup, & W. Collie, Aberdeen; Clark & Sangster, Peterhead; A. & J. Wilson, 
Banff; D. Petrie, Fraserburgh; G. Maitland & J. Rhind, Elgin; R. Troup, Rhynie; A. 
Black, Edinburgh; and by the author, at Stewartfield. 1822 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-green morocco, green pebble grain cloth boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 156 pp. 
Spine a little sunned.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 365. The Johnson copy. 
483
GERROND (John) Poems on Several Occasions, chiefly in the Scottish dialect. 
Glasgow: Printed by Chapman & Lang, Booksellers and Stationers, Trongate. 1802 
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in contemporary full calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 135 pp. Frontispiece. Text 
browned and foxed. Worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 264. Johnson 366. The Johnson copy.
484
GERROND (John) The Poetical and Prose Works, travels and remarks. Leith: 
Printed by Archibald Allardice for the author. 1812 
Octavo in 6s. Original 1/4-pink, grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. Top and 
bottom edges uncut. 216 pp. Frontispiece. One plate. Partly unopened. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 362. Johnson 368. The Johnson copy.  
485
THE GHOST OF THE INQUIRER; or a succedaneum for a recent publication, 
entitled, "A Dialogue between a Freethinking Christian, and a Minister; to which 
is added the last Gasp of the Inquirer, a Parody". Cranbrook: Printed and sold by 
S. Reader, Britannia Printing Office. 1820 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in grey paper boards. [24] pp. Spine sunned.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 369. The Johnson copy.
486
GIBSON (Francis) Streanshall Abbey: or, the Danish invasion. A play of five acts: 
as first performed at The Theatre in Whitby. Dec. 2d. 1799. Whitby: Printed by 
Thomas Webster. Sold by G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row, London. 1800
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper wrappers. Paper label on upper 
cover. [108] pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. List of subscribers (6 pp.).
Jackson, Annals, p. 248. Johnson 371.
487
GIBSON (F.) The Poetical Remains, with other detached pieces. Whitby: Printed 
and sold by R. Rodgers. Sold also by C. Law, Ave-Maria Lane, London. 1807
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-black calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 134 pp. List of subscribers (10 pp.). 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Signatures on upper free endpaper. 
Damp-staining to upper margin throughout. Some marking to text. 
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 313. Jackson indicates that only the author's initials 
	appear on the title-page. Johnson 370.
488
GIFFARD (James) Thornton Abbey, in the Reign of Richard II. A poem. By James 
Giffard, A.M., Vicar of Wootton, &c. Louth: Printed by J. and J. Jackson. 1823 
Octavo. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. Two gilt lettering pieces. 74 pp. Author's dated 
presentation copy (upper paste-down endpaper).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 372. The Johnson copy.
489
THE GIFT OF FRIENDSHIP; a present for all seasons. London: I.J. Chidley, 123, 
Aldersgate Street. n.d. [c.1839] [Printer: J. Billing, Printer and Stereotyper, 
Woking, Surrey]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original red patterned sand grain cloth, a.e.g. Upper 
cover blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 372 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Eight plates. Dated ink inscriptions 
on recto and verso of upper free endpaper. Edges slightly rubbed. Text a little 
grimed. 
	Not in Faxon. Contains poetry by Burns and Hood. 
490
GILBERT (G.)(Ed.) A Select Collection of Hymns, collected out of many authors; 
several of which are corrected, altered, and abridged, by G. Gilbert. East 
Grinstead: Palmer, Printer. 1792
24mo. in 8s. First edition. Original full mottled calf, metal clasp on fore-edges, 
rebacked, original back- strip laid-down. Covers blocked in blind. Raised bands 
on spine. 212 pp. Dated ink inscriptions on verso of title-page. 
491
GILFILLAN (Robert) Original Songs. Edinburgh: Published by John Anderson, 
Jun., 55, North Bridge; Whittaker, Treacher and Co., London; and James Burnet, 
Leith. 1831 [Printer: Lieth: Printed by James Burnet]
Octavo. Uncut in the original pink linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. 152 
pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). Spine sunned. Label a little 
chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 562. Johnson 373. The Johnson copy.
492
GILFILLAN (Robert) Poems and Songs. Third edition. Edinburgh: Edinburgh 
Printing & Publishing Company, and William Blackwood and Sons; London: Smith, 
Elder, and Co. 1839 [Printer: Edinburgh Printing Company, South St. David Street]
12mo. in 8s. Third edition. Rebound in 1/2-green morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 350 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. 
	NCBEL III,381. 
493
GILLESPIE (William) Consolation, with other poems. Edinburgh: Printed by James 
Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable and Co. Edinburgh; and Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1815
Octavo. First edition. Nineteenth century 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [320] pp. 1/2-
title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Contains the errata. Some damp-staining in 
last gatherings. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 391. 
494
GILLET (Thomas) Fashion, a didactic sketch; The Emigrants, a tale of the 
Nineteenth century; and other poems. Oxford: Printed and sold by Munday and 
Slatter; Sold also by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Browne, Paternoster-Row, 
London. 1819
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 120 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 443. 
495
GILLET (Thomas) The Midland Minstrel; consisting chiefly of traditionary tales 
and local legends. Oxford: Printed and sold by Munday and Slatter; sold also by 
G. and W.B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane, London. 1822
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [144] 
pp. 1/2-title with vignette. List of subscribers (1 p.). Additional poems tipped-in 
at end.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 483. 
496
GILMOUR (John) The Poetical Remains of John Gilmour, late student in the Moral 
Philosophy Class of the University of Glasgow. Paisley: Published by David Dick. 
1828 [Printer: Stephen Young, Printers] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in yellow linen texture cloth, uncut. 172 pp. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 375. The Johnson copy. 
497
GILPIN (Henry) The Massacre of the Bards, and other poems. First thousand. 
London: Hayward and Moore, Paternoster Row; Darton and Clark, Holborn Hill; 
George Davey, Broad Street, Bristol. 1839 [Printer: G. Davey, Printers, Broad 
Street, Bristol]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original purple diaper grain cloth. Paper 
label on spine. 188 pp. Covers and spine dulled. Label frayed.
498
GLASS (Willison) The Caledonian Parnassus, a museum of original Scottish songs. 
The fourth edition. Dedicated to the City of Glasgow. Glasgow: Printed by N. 
Douglas & Co., No. 161, Stockwell-Street, for the author. 1814
Octavo in 6s. Fourth edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 60 pp. 
Frontispiece. Scattered foxing. 
	First published in 1812. Johnson 377.
499
GLASS (Willison) Scenes of Gloamin': original Scottish songs. By Willison Glass, a 
Son of Auld Reekie. Carefully corrected. Stirling : Printed for the author by M. 
Randall, bookseller. 1814
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 48 pp. 
Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Lacks 1/2-title.
	Johnson 378. The Johnson copy.
500
[GLASSFORD (James)] Verses on the Institution for the Instruction of the Deaf 
and Dumb. n.d. [?c.1820] [Printed by the Deaf and Dumb Children, at the 
Institution Press, Glasgow] 
Single folded leaf. Disbound. 3 pp. Author's name - ?signature - on front. 
	Johnson 925. The Johnson copy. 
501
GLEANINGS or a selection of poems, moral and entertaining. Dublin: Graisberry 
and Campbell, 10, Back-Lane. 1819 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
24mo. in 6's. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 66 pp. Frontispiece (laid-down on 
verso of upper cover). Illustrated. Contents leaf bound in at end.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
502
GLEANINGS OF A POET'S POCKETS; being a small collection of poems. Aberdeen: 
1823 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 6s. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 230 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. 
Upper hinge cracked. A little worn. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 379. The Johnson copy.
503
GOLDSMITH (J.B.) Fugitive Pieces; chiefly written whilst the author was on 
service in Egypt, and a prisoner of war in France. To which is added Wellington's 
Triumph; or, the Battle of Waterloo. Derby: Printed by Stephen Glover, at the 
Minerva Press, Fall-Street; for the author; sold by the booksellers in Derby; and 
Messrs. Longman and Co., London. n.d. [?c.1815] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. [74] pp. 
Contains the errata. Corners a trifle frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 381. The Johnson copy.
504
GOMERSALL (A.) Creation, a poem. Newport: Printed for the author; and sold by 
Black, Young, and Young, 2,Tavistock-Street, London; and by J. Rowden, Newport, 
Isle of Wight. 1824 [Printer: Printed by Elias Tayler, Pyle-Street, Newport]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 89 pp. 
1/2-title. List of subscribers (9 pp.). Text browned.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 501. Johnson 382.
505
[GOMPERTZ (J.)] Dirge. J.G. Nov. 14, 1817. N.p.: 1817 
Single sheet, mounted. 1 p. Laid-down on upper paste-down endpaper of item 
506.
	Johnson 384. The Johnson copy. Johnson notes this is not in Jackson but 
	Jackson does not include items of less than 8 pp.
506
GOMPERTZ (J.) Devon, a poem. Teignmouth: Published by Sams, Royal Library, St. 
James's Street, London; Curtis, Bookseller, Plymouth; Upham, Bookseller, Exeter; 
and Croydon, Public Library, Teignmouth. 1825 [Printer [at end of 
advertisement]: Printed at the Public Library, Teignmouth, by E. Croydon] 
Octavo. Rebound in light grey paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. [55] pp. 
1/2-title. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. Errata slip tipped-in at end. [Gompertz 
(J.)]. Dirge. J.G. Nov. 14, 1817 [item 505] laid-down on upper paste-down 
endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 511. Johnson 383. The Johnson copy.
507
GOOCH (Rebecca) Original Poems, on various subjects. Southwold: Printed and 
sold by T. Gooch. Sold also by W. Baynes, 54 Paternoster Row, London; B. Gooch, 
Market-Place, Yarmouth; P. Mitchell, Bungay; C. Sewell, Harleston; and T. Tippell, 
Halesworth. 1821 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 144 pp. 1/2-title. Label a trifle chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Gooch 1(a).
508
GOOD (John Mason) Song of Songs: or, sacred idyls. Translated from the original 
Hebrew, with notes critical and explanatory. London: Printed for G. Kearsley, 
Fleet-Street, by Wilks and Taylor, Chancery-Lane. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[211] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink signatures on upper free endpaper. 
Upper joint cracked. Spine frayed with some loss of label. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 274. 
509
GOODCHILD (Lawrence) Hoel; a Cambrian Tale. In three cantos. London: Baldwin 
and Cradock; Tait, Edinburgh; and Marwood and Co., Sunderland. 1835 [Printer: 
Sunderland: Printed by Marwood & Co.]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in cream paper boards. Spine blocked in black. [127] pp. 
1/2-title. List of subscribers (1 p.). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 587. Johnson 386. The Johnson copy.
510
GOODWIN (George) Rising Castle, with other poems. Lynn: Printed for the author 
by W. Turner; and sold by all the booksellers in Lynn; Messrs. Robinson, London; 
Stevenson and Matchett, Norwich; and Gedge, Bury. 1798 
12mo. in 8s. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt 
lettering piece. 151 pp. Bound with: BENTLEY. Genuine Poetical Compositions. 
1791 [not catalogued]. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 230. Johnson 387. The Johnson copy. 
511
GORDON (John) Poems. Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. Sold by 
John Buchanan, North Bridge-Street, Edinburgh; and John Cawthorne, Catherine- 
Street, Strand, London. 1807
Octavo. First edition. Nineteenth century 1/2-tan morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. 114 pp. 1/2-title. H1 frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 312. 
512
GOULBURN (Edward) The Blueviad, a satirical poem. By Edward Goulburn, Royal 
Horse Guards. London: Printed for J. Maynard, Panton-Street, Hay-Market. By 
Barker and Son, Great Russell-Street, Covent-Garden. 1805
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full calf, rebacked. Spine blocked in 
blind. Original gilt lettering piece laid-down. [120] pp. Folding frontispiece. 
Characters identified in ms. in "Index to Characters". 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 285.
513
GOWER (Lord Frances Leveson) Translations from the German; and original 
poems. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1824 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in green moiré patterned cloth. Gilt lettering piece. 
[154] pp. A trifle scattered foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 508. 
514
[GOWER (Lord Francis Leveson)] Boyle Farm. A poem. London: Edward Bull, 
Holles Street, Cavendish Square. 1827 [Printer: London: Printed by S. and R. 
Bentley, Dorset Street]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in full olive green calf, a.e.g. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [48] pp. Bound with: 
LUTTRELL. Advice to Julia. 1820. [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
515
GRAHAM (Charles Vincent) Heads or Tails; a poetical epistle, addressed to the 
Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, Bart. M.P. on the reappearance of a Whig 
administration. London: Roake and Varty, 31, Strand. 1835 [Printer: Roake and 
Varty, Printers, 31 Strand]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 24 
pp. Lacks 1/2-title. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
516
GRAHAM (John) A Vision of Fair Spirits, and other poems. By John Graham, of 
Wadham College. London: T. and W. Boone, 29, New Bond Street; and J. Vincent, 
Oxford. 1834 [Printer: Marchant, Printer, Ingram-Court]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers. [120] pp. 1/2-
title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Bookseller's label on inside upper wrapper: 
P. Wood, 83 Bold Street, Liverpool. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 584. 
517
GRAHAM (John) Geoffrey Rudel: or, the pilgrim of love. London: T. & W. Boone, 
29 New Bond Street, and J. Vincent, Oxford. 1836 [Printer: Marchant, Printer, 
Ingram-Court]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full dark olive green crushed morocco, a.e.g. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt inside dentelles. 137 pp. Slip with ms. With 
the author's compliments" laid-down on upper fly-leaf. Upper cover a trifle 
rubbed. 
518
GRAHAME (James) The Sabbath, and Sabbath Walks. The third edition. 
Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne, for William Blackwood, South Bridge- 
Street; and T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, London. 1805
12mo. in 8s. Third edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, paper label 
on spine. 136 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Upper joint cracked. 
Spine frayed.
	NCBEL II,2026. First published in 1804. Jackson, Annals, p. 292. 
519
GRAHAME (James) The Birds of Scotland, with other poems. Edinburgh: Printed 
by James Ballantyne & Co. for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-row, 
London; and William Blackwood, South Bridge Street, Edinburgh. 1806
12mo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
blind. Edges blocked in blind. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. Raised 
bands. 248 pp. 1/2-title. Dated ink signature on 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL II,2026. Jackson, Annals, p. 295. 
520
GRAHAME (James) Poems. In two volumes. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-row; and William Blackwood, South Bridge-Street, 
Edinburgh. 1807 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne & Co.]
12mo. in 8s. Two volumes. First edition. First collected edition. Contemporary full 
tan calf, a.e.g. Covers and spines blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 
Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. Raised gilt bands. 219;248 pp. Dated ink 
signatures on upper fly leaves of both volumes. Piece cut from upper free 
endpaper of each volume. 
	NCBEL II,2025. Jackson, Annals, p. 312. 
521
GRAHAME (James) British Georgics. Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and 
Co. for John Ballantyne and Co. and Brown and Crombie, Edinburgh; and 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, and John Murray, London. 1809
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 342 pp. 1/2-title. 8 pp. of advertisements at end. 4 pp. of prospectus of 
The Edinburgh Annual Register at end (December 9, 1808).
	NCBEL II,2026. Jackson, Annals, p. 327. 
522
GRAVES (R[ichard]) The Triflers. To which are added The Rout, or a sketch of 
modern manners; and The Farmer's Son, a moral tale. London: Printed for 
Lackington, Allen, & Co., Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square. 1806 [Printer: 
Seale, Printer, 160 Tottenham Court Road]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, with 
remnants of material that had been used to cover it along inside edges. [180] pp. 
1 p. of advertisements at end. No free endpapers. Pieces missing from spine. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 303. 
523
GRAY (Charles) Poems, by Lieut. Charles Gray of the Royal Marines. Cupar: 
Printed and sold by R. Tullis, Printer to the University of St. Andrew's; sold also 
by W. Cockburn, Anstruther; Constable & Co. and Guthrie & Tait, Edinburgh; W. 
Reid, Leith; J. Dale, Woolwich; Vernor, Hood, & Sharpe, J.M. Richardson, and 
Longman & Co., London. 1811
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on spine. 
[168] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Ms. inscriptions on upper fly-leaf and 
1/2-title. Evidence of ink signature on title-page. Text a little foxed and marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 351. 
524
GRAY (Robert)  A Poem on the Death of the Princess Charlotte of Wales; with 
other poems. By Robert Gray, Yetholm. Jedburgh: Printed for the author. 1820 
[Printer: No printer's imprint] 
12mo. in 6s. Uncut in the original blue paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 32 pp. 
Wrappers a trifle frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 388. The Johnson copy. 
525
GREEN (William) The Art of Living in London. A poem. An improved edition with 
the addition of a correct map of London Westminster & Southwark and also a 
poetical description of London. London: Printed for the author & J. Hatchard, 
Piccadilly. n.d. [?1811] [Printer: John Martin, Printer, Walsall]
Octavo. New edition. Rebound in paper boards, paper label on spine, uncut. 71 
pp. Upper wrapper bound in as title-page. Three maps. 
Jackson, Annals, p. 347. Johnson 389.
526
THE GREEN BAG, a farce; as now performing with great applause, by His 
Majesty's Servants. In two acts. With four caricature plates. Second edition. 
London: Printed by E. Thomas, Denmark-Court, Strand. Published (for the author) 
by J. Onwhyn, 4, Catherine Street, Strand, and to be had of all booksellers. 1820
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 43 pp. Four coloured 
plates. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
	421
	[GREENE (William)] The Fisher's Call, for 1827. Newcastle: Printed for 
	Emerson Charnley. 1827 
527
[GREENSHIELDS (John Boyd)] Home. A poem. Edinburgh: Printed by James 
Ballantyne & Co. for William Blackwood, South-Bridge Street; and Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-Row, London. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [152] pp. 2 
pp. of advertisements at end.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
528
GREENSTED (Frances) Fugitive Pieces. Maidstone: Printed for the author by D. 
Chalmers. Sold by Mess. Wilkie, and H.D. Symonds, Paternoster Row, London; 
Hazard, Bath; Harold, Marlborough; Coveney, Faversham; Etherington, Chatham; 
and Bristow, Canterbury. 1796 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [73] pp. List of subscribers (26 pp.). Contains the errata. 
Lacks the 1/2-title.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 208. Johnson 390. The Johnson copy. 
529
GREENWELL (George) The Bard: a poem, in six cantos. Sunderland: George 
Richmond, High Street. 1839 [Printer: G. Richmond, Printer, Sunderland] 
Octavo in 4s. Original black moiré patterned diagonal grain cloth. 73 pp. 
Unopened. 
	Johnson 391. The Johnson copy. 
530
[GREENWOOD (William)] The Bar, with sketches of Eminent Judges, Barristers, &c. 
&c. A poem, with notes. London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson and Co., Cheapside; 
and Robinson and Hernaman, Leeds. 1825 [Printer: Leeds: Printed by Robinson 
and Hernaman] 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 160 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 510. Johnson 47. The Johnson copy. 
531
[GRENVILLE (George)] Portugal. A poem. In two parts. Londn: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown. By Thomas Davison, Whitefriars. 1812
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary full tan diced calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [114] pp. 1/2-
title. Some damp-staining to margins. Some foxing. Bound with: CROKER. 
Talavera. 1812. [item 281]; EDWARDS. Kathleen. 1808. [item 375] and 
BARBAULD. Eighteen Hundred and Eleven. 1812. [item 65]
	Jackson, Annals, p. 362.
532
[GRESWELL (William Parr)] The Monastery of Saint Werburgh: a poem, with 
illustrative notes. [Manchester:] 1823 [Printer: Manchester: Printed by Henry 
Smith, St. Ann's Square]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Original dark greyish blue diaper grain cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 48 pp. 1/2-title. Spine a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 494. Johnson 394.
533
GRINFIELD (Thomas) The Omnipresence of God; with other sacred poems. By the 
Rev. Thomas Grinfield, M.A. late of Trinity College, Cambridge. Bristol: Printed 
and published by J. Chilcott, and sold by Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, and Seeley 
and Son, London; Upham, Collings, and Binns, Bath. 1824 
12mo. Contemporary full olive green calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 200 pp. A trifle rubbed.  
Bound with: GRINFIELD. The Visions of Patmos. 1827 [item 534].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 398. The Johnson copy.
534
GRINFIELD (Thomas) The Visions of Patmos; a prophetic poem, illustrative of the 
Apocalypse; with an introduciton and notes. By the Rev. Thomas Grinfield, M.A., 
late of Trinity College, Cambridge. London: Printed for J. Hatchard & Son, 
Piccadilly; and J. Chilcott, Wine Street, Bristol. 1827 [Printer: Chilcott, Printer, 
Bristol]
12mo. in 6s. Contemporary full olive green calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 82 pp. A trifle 
rubbed. Lacks 1/2-title. Bound with: GRINFIELD. The Omnipresence of God. 1824 
[item 533]
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 399. The Johnson copy.
535
GRINFIELD (Thomas) A Century of Original Sacred Songs; composed for favourite 
airs. London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Paternoster Row; and J. Chilcott, Bristol. 
1836 [Printer: Bristol: J. Chilcott, Printer, Wine Street] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 240 pp. 1/2-title.
Johnson 396. The Johnson copy.
536
GRISENTHWAITE (William) Sleep, a poem in two books, with other miscellaneous 
poems, to which is prefixed A Dissertation on Poetical Composition. [Lynn:] 
Printed for the author, by W. G. Whittingham, and sold by R. Baldwin, 47, Pater-
Noster-Row, London. n.d. [1812] 
12mo. in 2s and 4s. Contemporary full diced calf. Covers blocked in blind and 
gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 82 
pp. Author's initialled apology on verso of upper free endpaper. Title-page 
altered by author. E4v and F1r heavily and F1v and F2r lightly altered in ms. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 364. Johnson 400. The Johnson copy.
537
THE GROANS OF THE TALENTS; or, private sentiments on public occurences. In six 
epistles from certain ex-ministers to their colleagues most wonderfully 
intercepted. To which are added notes, critical, explanatory, and edifying. 
London: Printed for Tipper & Richards, Leadenhall-Street. By J.D. Dewick, 
Aldersgate-Street. 1807
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper boards, rebacked, new 
endpapers. 75 pp. Ink signature on title-page.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 309.
538
GUINNESS (Mrs. John G.) Sacred Portraiture and illustrations, with other poems. 
Dedicated by permission to the Right Honorable the Viscountess de Vesci. Dublin: 
Richard Moore Tims, 85, Grafton-Street; and W. Curry Jun. & Co., Sackville-St. 
1834 [Printer: Dublin: Printed by P.D. Hardy, 3, Cecilia-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Original pink pebble grain cloth, paper label on spine. 168 
pp. Spine and covers faded. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 583. Jackson, Women, Guinness 1. 
539
[GURNEY (Hudson)] Cupid and Psyche: a mythological tale, from the Golden Ass of 
Apuleius. Second edition. London: Printed for J. Wright, Piccadilly; by W. Bulmer 
and	Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's. 1800
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, paper label on upper 
cover. Hand-lettered title on spine. 55 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. One plate. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine a little frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 241. 
540
GURNEY (Joseph John) Sabbatical Verses. London: Published by J. and A. Arch, 
Cornhill; sold also by Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street; E. Fry and Son, 
Bishopsgate Street; and J. Fletcher, Norwich. 1837 [Printer: Norwich: Printed by 
Josiah Fletcher, Upper Haymarket] 
Octavo. Rebound in full olive green calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering 
piece. 60 pp.  Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Bookseller's label on upper 
paste-down endpaper (Josiah Fletcher, Bookseller, Printer, &c. Norwich). Spine a 
little frayed.
	Johnson 401. The Johnson copy. 
	192
	[HALL (Mrs. C.)(Ed.)] 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. 
541
HALL (James) Widdrington, a tale of Hedgley Moor. In two cantos. Alnwick: 
Printed by J. Graham, Fenkle-Street. 1827
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 111 pp. Frontispiece. Contains 
the errata. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Evidence of ink signatures on title-page. A 
little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 534. Johnson 403.
542
HALL (S.B.) The Test of Faith; Israel a Warning to Britain; and other poems. 
London: Hamilton, Adams & Co., Paternoster Row; William Crofts, Chancery-Lane; 
and W. Birtwhistle, Halifax. 1839 [Printer: Whitley and Booth, Printers, Halifax] 
Octavo in 12s. Original brown ribbed grain cloth, uncut. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 256 pp. 1/2-title.
	Johnson 404. The Johnson copy. 
	24
	HALL (S.C.)(Ed.) The Amulet, or Christian and literary remembrancer. 
	London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis, and Wightman & Co. 1829 
	25
	HALL (S.C.)(Ed.) The Amulet. A Christian and literary remembrancer. 
	London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 1832 
	26
	HALL (S.C.)(Ed.) The Amulet. A Christian and literary remembrancer. 
	London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 1833
	27
	HALL (S.C.)(Ed.) The Amulet. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 
	1834 
	28
	HALL (S.C.)(Ed.) The Amulet. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis. 
	1835 
	29
	HALL (S.C.)(Ed.) The Amulet. Hall. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. 
	Davis, Stationers' Hall Court. 1836  
543
HALL (Thomas) Poems, on various subjects. Third edition. Oxford: Printed by J. 
Bartlett, for the author; and sold by J. Hatchard, Bookseller to the Queen, 
Piccadilly; Jordan, Strand; Kearsley, Fleet Street; J. Robbins, Winchester; Skelton, 
Southampton; and Collins, Salisbury. n.d. [c.1808]
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, marbled boards. Gilt lettering 
piece on spne. 52 pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Piece torn from top of title-page. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. Jackson gives the date as [1810?].
544
HALL (William) The Chief of St. Athans; and Words to Welsh Melodies; with 
other poems. London: Printed for W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Stationers'-Hall 
Court. 1822 [Printer: London: Printed by S.G. Lee, 3 Blewitt's Buildings, Fetter 
Lane]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 126 pp. List of subscribers (6 pp.). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 476. 
545
HALLORAN (Laurence) The Battle of Trafalgar, a poem. To which is added, a 
selection of fugitive pieces. Chiefly written at sea. By Laurence Halloran, D.D., late 
Chaplain of the Britannia, and secretary to Rear Admiral, the Earl of Northesk, 
K.B. London: Printed for the author, by Joyce Gold, Shoe-Lane; and sold by B. 
White, Fleet-Street; R. Faulder, Bond-Street; J. Asperne, Cornhill; and W.N. 
Gardner, Pall-Mall. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Repair at base of spine blocked in black. Gilt edges. 130 pp. Errata slip 
tipped-in at end. Lacks 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Lacks lettering piece on spine. Covers and spine chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 295.
546
[HALPIN (W.H.)] The Cheltenham Mail Bag; or, letters from Gloucestershire. 
Edited by Peter Quince, the Younger. London: John Warren, Old Bond Street. 1820 
[Printer: London: W. Shackell, Johnson's-Court, Fleet-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [140] pp. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Jackson, Annals, p. 452.
547
[HALPIN (W.H.)] The Cheltenham Mail Bag; or letters from Gloucestershire. Edited 
by Peter Quince, the Younger. Second series. London: Published by W. Simpkin & 
R. Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court. 1826 [Printer: W. M'Dowall, Printer, Pemerton-
Row, Gough-Square]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, rebacked, upper hinge 
reinforced. 135 pp. Largely unopened. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 520. 
548
HAMILTON (Eliza Mary) Poems. Dublin: Hodges and Smith, College-Green. 1838 
[Printer: Printed by R. Graisberry]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full blue calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
blind. Blind blocked edges. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 208 pp. Edges a 
trifle rubbed.
549
[HAMILTON (Sarah)] Sonnets, tour to Matlock, recollections of Scotland, and other 
poems. By a Resident of Sherwood Forest. London: Printed for J. Mawman, 
Ludgate Street. 1825 [Printer: Printed by A. Applegath, Stamford Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 260 pp. 
1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 518. Jackson, Women, Hamilton 1.  
550
[HANCOCK (Thomas)] Elegy, supposed to be written on a field of battle. London: 
Printed for John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill. 1818 [Printer: Printed by J. M'Creery, 
Black-Horse-Court, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 36 
pp. Slight scattered foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 431. 
551
[HANISTON (-)] Elegy on the Much Lamented Death of the late Rev. Dr. Balfour, 
Glasgow. Who died suddenly, 13th October 1816. Second edition, with additions. 
Glasgow: Printed in the Concord Office, Wallace Court, Bell Street. 1818 
12mo. in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [8] pp. Bound with: EDWARD 
AND EMILY. 1796 [item 373]; LOCHORE. The Foppish Taylor. 1796 [item 814]; 
[LOCHORE]. Willie's Vision. n.d. [item 816]; DRUMMOND. The Man of Age. 1798 
[item 359]; EPISCOPUS. Dulness, a poem. 1807 [item 393]; QUIZ'EM. Economy. 
1811 [item 1138]; [RODGER]. Hints to the Disaffected "Sooty Rabble". 1816 [item 
1189] and HOLY WILLIE. A Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item 
627]. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Lower cover rejointed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 312. The Johnson copy.
552
HANKINSON (Thomas E.) David playing the Harp before Samuel. A Seatonian 
poem. By the Rev. Thomas E. Hankinson, M.A., of Corpus Christi College, 
Cambridge. Cambridge: Printed by and for J. Smith, Printer to the University and 
sold by Deightons, Stevenson, Newby, and Hall, Cambridge; Rivingtons, London; 
and Parker, and Talboys, Oxford. 1831
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 26 pp. Ink ms. notes in margins. 
Bound with: HANKINSON. The Plague Stayed. 1832. [item 553]; HANKINSON. 
Jacob. 1834. [item 554] and HANKINSON. The Ministry of Angels. 1840 [not 
catalogued]. Edges a little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 560.
553
HANKINSON (Thomas E.) The Plague Stayed. A Seatonian poem. By the Rev. 
Thomas E. Hankinson, M.A., of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Cambridge: 
Printed by and for J. Smith, Printer to the University. John W. Parker, 445 West 
Strand, London; Dightons, and Stevenson, Cambridge; and all other booksellers. 
1832
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. [12] pp. 1/2-title. Dated ink 
signature on title-page. Bound with: HANKINSON. David Playing the Harp before 
Saul. 1831. [item 552]; HANKINSON. Jacob. 1834. [item 554] and HANKINSON. The 
Ministry of Angels. 1840 [not catalogued]. Edges a little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 569.
554
HANKINSON (Thomas E.) Jacob. A Seatonian poem. By the Rev. Thomas 
Hankinson, M.A., of corpus Christi College, Cambridge. Cambridge: Printed at the 
Pitt Press, by and for John Smith, Printer to the University. John W. Parker, West 
Strand, London; Deightons; and Stevensons, Cambridge; and the Booksellers at 
Lynn. 1834
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 24 pp. 1/2-title. Bound with: 
HANKINSON. The Plague Stayed. 1832. [item 553]; HANKINSON. David playing the 
Harp before Saul. 1831. [item 552] and HANKINSON. The Ministry of Angels. 
1840 [not catalogued]. Edges a little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 580. 
555
HANSLOPIENSIS A Variety of Poems, on Humorous and Amusing Subjects. 
Northampton: Printed and sold by J. Freeman. 1812 
12mo. in 8s. Uncut in the original plain paper wrappers, stitched as issued. [31 
pp.] Frayed and marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 923. The Johnson copy. 
556
HARDAKER (Joseph) The Bridal of Tomar; and other poems. Keighley: Printed and 
sold by Charles Crabtree, Change-gate. Published in London by Simpkin and 
Marshall, Stationers'-Hall Court; and sold by all booksellers. 1831
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-morocco, boards. 144 pp. 
Frontispiece. Contains the errata. Piece torn from lower board. Dated ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 559. Johnson 407.
557
HARDIE (John) Poems on Various Subjects. By John Hardie, formerly of 
Glasserton, Wigtownshire. Whitehaven: Printed by R. Gibson, King Street. 1839 
[Printer: R. Gibson, Printers, King Street, Whitehaven]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards, paper label on spine, edges 
uncut. 143 pp. Dated ink inscription tipped-in on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Addenda slip tipped-in on recto of I-8: "(Omitted.) The whole of this Poem is an 
embodiment of facts which actually took place. The author, a Cabinet-maker, by 
profession, is assiduously employed with his pen after work hours, his paper cap 
adorning his caput. Whilst writing, he falls asleep; is wakened by his impatient 
Spouse, who insists on his coming to bed; he promises compliance, when he has 
finished a couplet; he is again overcome by sleep, and awakened by the screams 
of his wife, on beholding the conflagration on the crown of his head". Text a little 
grimed. 
	Johnson 409.
558
HARDYNGE (Hal) Cheltenham Lyrics, and other poems. Cheltenham: Printed for 
G.A. Williams; Simpkin and Marshall, London. 1827 [Printer: J. Kershaw, Printer, 
4 Butcher Hall Lane, Newgate Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in pink paper boards. Paper label on spine. [48] 
pp. Ink signature on spine.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
559
HART (J.) Hymns. Conposed on various subjects. With the author's experience, 
the supplement, and appendix. By the Rev. J. Hart, late minister of the Gospel in 
Jewin-Street. London: Printed for E. Huntington, 55 High Street, Bloomsbury. 
1817 [Printer: Corrall, Printer, Charing Cross]
24mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full brown morocco. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Unpaginated. 1 p. of advertisements on verso of O-4. Dated ink inscription 
on upper free endpaper. A little rubbed. 
	36
	HARVEY (Horace)(Ed.) 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. 
560
HARTLEY (John) Poems of a Traveller. London: Published by R.B. Seeley and W. 
Burnside; and sold by L. and J. Seeley, Fleet Street. 1835 [Printer: Seeleys, 
Thames Ditton, Surrey 
12mo. in 8s. Original green patterned sand grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 
[103] pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 589. Johnson 413. The Johnson copy. 
561
HATT (Richard) The Poetical Works of Richard Hatt. Dedicated, (by permission) to 
Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Kent. London: Effingham Wilson, Royal- 
Exchange. 1837 [Printer: "Star Press", 20 Cross Street, Hatton Garden, James 
Turner]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century green calf. Covers blocked in gilt. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 
Two gilt lettering pieces. [187] pp. Errata leaf at end. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Lacks lower free endpaper. A little rubbed. Spine rubbed and 
worn. Lacks one lettering piece whilst the other is defective. 
562
[HAWKE (Martin)] Howell Wood; or, the Raby Hunt, in Yorkshire. A new hunting 
song, to the tune of Ballynamonaora. The third edition, with very considerable 
additions. Pontefract: Printed and published by John Fox, and to be had at 
Sotheran's, York; Sheardown, Doncaster; Heaton, Leeds; Hurst, Wakefield; E. 
Ridgard, Sheffield; and all booksellers in town & country. 1806 
Octavo. Contemporary full calf, rebacked. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. 
Preserved in a 1/4-morocco, cloth slip-case. Spine of case blocked in gilt. Raised 
bands. 15 pp. A little foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 297. Johnson 415. The Johnson copy.
563
HAWKINS (Francis) The Pantheon: a prize poem, recited in the Theatre, Oxford, 
in the year 1813. [Oxford: 1813] [Printer: Bartlett and Newman, Oxford]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
6 pp.
564
[HAWKINS (John) and RICHARDSON (Joseph)] Political Miscellanies. By the 
authors of the Rolliad and Probationary Odes. London: Printed for James 
Ridgway, No. 1, York-Street, St. James's-Square. 1790 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-morocco, boards. Spine blocked in gilt.  
156 pp. Ink signature on title-page. Bound with: [HAWKINS]. Probationary Odes. 
1791 [not catalogued]. Lower cover gouged.
	See NCBEL II,700 under entry for Rolliad, cross-refenced Joseph 
	Richardson, where it is in- correctly called "Poetical Miscellanies". Not in 
	NCBEL entry for Hawkins. Jackson Annals, p. 160.
565
HAY (James) Poems English and Scottish, on various subjects. Thurso: Printed for 
and published by the author. sold by the booksellers. 1829 [Printer: William 
Todd, Printer, Thurso]
Octavo in 12s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, old marbled boards retained. Spine blocked 
in gilt. 200 pp. Contains the errata. Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down 
endpaper. C10 ink-marked. Foxed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 419. The Johnson copy. 
566
HAYNES (James) Conscience; or, the bridal night: a tragedy, in five acts: as 
performed at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. London: Printed for Hurst, 
Robinson, and Co. Cheapside; and Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1821 
[Printer: London: Printed by J. Moyes, Greville Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in marbled boards. Paper label on spine. 94 
pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 467. 
567
HEALD (W.M.) Moscow: an ode; according to the arrangement of the ancient 
Greek. By W.M. Heald, A.M. Vicar of Birstal, near Leeds. London: Printed for 
Ridgeway, Piccadilly; and Johnson and Co. St. Paul's Church Yard; and sold by all 
other booksellers. 1813 [Printer: Printed by R. Hurst, Northgate, Wakefield] 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 27 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 422. The Johnson copy.
568
THE HEART OF OAK; consisting of a choice selection of new songs for the year 
1808. To which are added, toasts and sentiments. London: Printed by T. Maiden, 
Sherbourn-Lane, for Ann Lemoine, White-Rose-Court, Coleman Street, and J. Roe, 
No. 90, Houndsditch. Sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom. [1808]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
48 pp. Grimed, frayed and a little creased.  
569
HEAVISIDES (Henry) The Pleasures of Home, and other poems. London: 
Richardson, 91, Royal Exchange, and Jennett, Stockton. 1837 [Printer: T. Jennett, 
Printer, Stockton] 
12mo. in 4s. Original pink flower patterned fine ribbed grain cloth. Spine blocked 
in gilt. 138 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Printer/publisher's signed presentation 
copy (1/2-title). 
	Johnson 425. The Johnson copy. 
570
[HEBER (Reginald)] Palestine, a Prize-poem, recited in the Theatre, Oxford, June 
15, 1803. [Oxford: 1803] [Printer: S. Collingwood, Printer, Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-leather, marbled boards. Gilt lettering piece 
on spine. 41 pp. Ink signature on title-page. A trifle foxed. 
	NCBEL III,382. NCBEL describes this item as privately printed. Jackson, 
	Annals, p. 271. Jackson also cites this as "private". 
571
HEBER (Reginald) Europe: lines on the present war. Second edition. London: 
Printed for J. Hatchard, bookseller to Her Majesty, 190, Piccadilly. 1809 [Printer: 
Printed by S. Gosnell, Little Queen Street, Holborn]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 32 pp. Margin of C8 
frayed.
	NCBEL III,382. First published in 1809. Jackson, Annals, p. 328. 
572
HEBER (Reginald)  Poems and Translations. By Reginald Heber, afterwards Lord 
Bishop of Calcutta. A new edition. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1829 
[Printer: London: Printed by R. Gilbert, St. John's Square]
Octavo. New edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers blocked in blind and 
gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on spine. Raised bands. 143 pp. Ex-
library copy from the Signet Library.
	NCBEL III,382. First published in 1812. Jackson, Annals, p. 547.
573
HEBER (Reginald) A Ballad by the Revd. Reginald Heber late Bishop of Calcutta. 
Chester: Lithog by W. Crane. n.d. [1830?]
Long quarto. First edition. Original printed paper wrappers. Unpaginated. Eight 
plates. A trifle foxed. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Heber. Jackson, Annals, p. 550.
574
[HEMANS (Felicia Dorothea Browne)] Translations from Camoens, and other poets, 
with original poetry. By the author of "Modern Greece," and the "Restoration of 
the Works of Art to Italy". Oxford: Printed by S. and J. Collingwood; for J. Murray, 
London; and J. Parker, Oxford. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in cream paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 95 
pp. 
	NCBEL III,383. Jackson, Annals, p. 438. Jackson, Women, Hemans 6.
575
HEMANS (Mrs.) Poetical Remains of the late Mrs. Hemans. Edinburgh: William 
Blackwood & Sons; and T. Cadell, Strand, London. 1836 [Printer: Printed by John 
Stark, Edinburgh]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. [322] 
pp. 1/2-title. Bookseller's label on upper paste-down endpaper: Rees, Bookseller, 
31 College Green, Bristol. Spine and edges a little rubbed. A trifle foxed.
	NCBEL III,384.
576
HEMANS (Mrs.) The Works of Mrs. Hemans; with a memoir of her life, by her 
sister. In seven volumes. Edinburgh: Willilam Blackwood & Sons; and Thomas 
Cadell, London. 1839 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by Ballantyne and Hughes, 
Paul's Works, Canongate]
Octavo. Seven volumes. First edition. Uncut in the original greyish green diaper 
grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spines blocked in blind and gilt. 
352;356;390;343;326;326;[378] pp. Frontispiece in volumes 1 and 7. Vignette 
title-page in each volume. Volume 1 is partly unopened. 4 pp. of advertisements 
at front of volume 2 dated 1st July, 1839 and including one for this title: "Now 
publishing in monthly volumes,...the whole work will not exceed six volumes". In 
fact only volume 2 is called "In six volumes". The title-pages of all of the other 
volumes read "In seven volumes". Head of volume 5 a trifle nicked.
	NCBEL III,383. 
	
577
[HENDERSON (Mr.)] Verses written at the House of Mr. Henderson, at Longleeford, 
near Cheviot, Northumberland, during the Winter of 1817. Newcastle: Printed by 
T. and J. Hodgson, Union-street. 1823
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in pink paper boards. Paper label on spine. 4 pp. 
Vignette on title-page.  
578
HENDERSON (Alex) The Pilgrim: a poem. Canto the first. By the Rev. Alex. 
Henderson, of St. Blane's Rood, Dunblane. London: Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., and 
Ward & Co.; Dublin: W. Curry Jun. & Co., and John Cumming; Edinburgh: A. & c. 
Black, and M. Paterson; Glasgow: D. Robertson, and G. Gallie; Stirling: E. Johnstone, 
and J. Hewit. 1839 [Printer: Printed in the Stirling Observer Office]
Octavo. Rebound in brown binder's cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 104 pp. 1/2-title. 
Frontispiece. Some foxing. 
	Johnson 426. The Johnson copy.
579
HENNEY (William) A New and Improved Edition of Moral and Interesting 
Epitaphs, and remarkable monumental inscriptions; with miscellaneous poems, 
&c. to which is added an original letter of Harvey's (author of Meditations On The 
Tombs,) not published in his works. By William Henney, of Hammersmith. 
Brighton: Printed by W. Leppard, 17, East Street, and to be had of the author. 
1821
12mo. in 6s. New edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, paper wrappers. Paper label on 
upper cover. 48 pp. Rubber-stamp on title-page. Evidence of previous wrappers 
on first and last leaves.
	First published in 1814. Not in Jackson, Annals.
580
HERAUD (John Abraham)  The Legend of St. Loy; with other poems. London: 
Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster Row. J.M. Richardson, Cornhill; Rodwell 
and Martin, New Bond Street; C. Chapple, Pall Mall; R. Stevens, Bell Yard, Temple 
Bar; and B. Rowley, Library, Edmonton. 1820 [Printer: Printed by J. Nichols and 
Son, 25, Parliament Street, Westminster]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf. Covers blocked in gilt. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. [224 
pp. Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ms. emendations to text. Upper 
cover loose.
	NCBEL III,384. Jackson, Annals, p. 456. 
581
HERBERT (Hon. Capt. [Charles]) Translations, Imitations, and other poems. By the 
Hon. Capt. Herbert, of the Royal Navy. London: Printed for T. Reynolds and Sons, 
No. 137, Oxford Street; By J. Gold, Shoe-lane. 1808
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, drab paper boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 151 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Further errata leaf tipped-
in at end. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). Upper joint cracked. Spine 
chipped.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
582
[HERBERT (William)] Select Icelandic Poetry, translated from the originals; with 
notes. Part First. London: Printed for T. Reynolds, Oxford-Street; by I. Gold, Shoe 
Lane. 1804 
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 128 pp. 1/2-title [Miscellaneous Poetry. 
By the Hon. W. Herbert. Volume First]. Errata leaf for both volumes bound in at 
end. Ink signature on verso of upper free endpaper. Bound with: HERBERT. Select 
Icelandic Poetry. Part Second. 1806. [item 583]. Joints rubbed. 
	NCBEL III,385. Jackson, Annals, p. 283.
583
[HERBERT (William)] Select Icelandic Poetry, translated from the originals; with 
notes. Part Second. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, 
Paternoster-row; by I. Gold, Shoe-Lane. 1806]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [91] pp. 1/2-title [Miscellaneous Poetry. 
By the Hon. W. Herbert. Volume First]. Errata leaf for both volumes bound in at 
end. Ink signature on verso of upper free endpaper. Bound with: HERBERT. Select 
Icelandic Poetry. Part First. 1804. [item 582]. Joints rubbed. 
	NCBEL III,385. Jackson, Annals, p. 302. 
584
[HERBERT (William)] Translations from the German, Danish, &c. to which is added 
miscellaneous poetry. London: Printed for T. Reynolds, Oxford-Street; by I. Gold, 
Shoe Lane. 1804
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [84] pp. 1/2-title to volume from 
Miscellaneous Poems Volume 2. 1 p. of advertisements. Joints rubbed. Bound 
with: [HERBERT]. Translations from the Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, &c. 
1806. [item 585] and [HERBERT]. Ossiani Darthula Graece redditta. 1801. [not 
catalogued].
	NCBEL,III,385. Jackson, Annals, p. 284.
585
[HERBERT (William)] Translations from the Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, 
&c. To which is added miscellaneous poetry. Part Second. London: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-Row; by I. Gold, Shoe-lane. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 112 pp. Joints rubbed. Bound with: 
[HERBERT]. Translations from the German, Danish, &c. 1804. [item 584] and 
[HERBERT]. Ossiani Darthula Graece redditta. 1801. [not catalogued].
	NCBEL III,385. Jackson, Annals, p. 303. 
	149
	HERBERT (William) and BRAYLEY (Edward Wedlake) 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
		Not NCBEL entry for Herbert.
586
HERD (Richard) Scraps of Poetry. An essay on free trade. Kirkby Lonsdale: 
Printed by Arthur Foster. 1837
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink pebble grain cloth. Paper 
label on upper cover. [96] pp. 1/2-title. Inner margins of preliminaries repaired. 
Upper cover and spine faded.
	Johnson 428.
587
HERSEE (William) Poems, rural and domestic. Chichester: Printed by W. Mason. 
For Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, and Johnson and Co., London. 1810 
Octavo. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 176 pp. 1/2-title. List of 
subscribers (6 pp.). Bound with: [CROKER]. The Battles of Tlalavera. 8th edition. 
1810 [not catalogued]. Joints cracked. Spine chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. Johnson 429. The Johnson copy.
588
[HERVEY (Thomas Kibble)] The Devil's Progress. A poem. By the Editor of the 
"Court Journal". London: Lupton Relfe, Cornhill. 1830 [Printer: J. Unwin, White 
Lion Court, Cornhill, London]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original stiff printed paper wrappers, rebacked. 67 pp. 
1/2-title. Five plates. Vignette on title-page. Rebacking unpleasant. A little 
grimed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 551. Jackson gives a different description of format. 
	446
	HERVEY (Thomas K.)(Ed.) Friendship's Offering. A literary album. London: 
	Lupton Relfe, 13, Cornhill. 1826 
589
HETHERINGTON (William) Branthwaite Hall, and other poems. By William 
Hetherington, Cockermouth. Carlisle: Printed for the Author by Charles Thurnam. 
1837
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original pink sand grain cloth, rebacked. Spine blocked 
in gilt. 192 pp. 1/2-title. Ms. pencilled notes on lower endpapers. Dated ink 
signature on 1/2-title. Covers worn.
	Johnson 430.
590
HEY (Richard) The Captive Monarch. A tragedy. In five acts. By Richard Hey, of 
the Middle Temple, Esq. LL.D. and Fellow of Magdalen College, Cambridge. 
London: Printed for Vernor and Hood, No. 10, Birchin-Lane, Cornhill; J. Edwards, 
Pall Mall; and R. Faulder, New Bond-Street. 1794 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in marbled paper wrappers. [108] pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 189. 
591
HEYWOOD (Eliza) Ermangarde, a tale of the twelfth century: Royalist Lyrics; and 
other poems. Cheltenham: Printed for G.A. Williams, and Messrs. Longman and 
Co. London; and sold by all booksellers. 1837 [Printer: J.J. Hadley, Printer, Journal 
Office, Cheltenham]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full black calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
blind and gilt. Blind edges. Blind inside dentelles. 140 pp. 1/2-title. Upper free 
endpaper loose. 
592
HICKLIN (John) Leisure Hours. Nottingham: Printed by G. Stretton, Long Row. 
1826 
Octavo. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, paper label on spine. 162 pp. 
List of subscribers (4 pp.). James Montogmery's dated ownership inscription on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Upper cover loose. Spine worn and chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 522. Johnson 433. The Johnson copy.
593
HILL (Brian) Henry and Acasto, a moral tale, in three parts. By the Rev. Brian 
Hill, A.M. late of Queen's College, Oxford, and author of Travels through Sicily and 
Calabria. Embellished with three plates. London: Printed for William Stockdale, 
181 Piccadilly. 1816 [Printer: Printed by J. Brettell, Rupert Street, Haymarket, 
London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Rebacked. Paper 
label on spine. 99 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Two plates. Dated ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. Lacks backstrip. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
594
HILL (Isabel) Holiday Dreams; or, light reading, in poetry and prose. London: 
Thomas Cadell, Strand; and W. Blackwood, Edinburgh. 1829 [Printer: G. Woodfall, 
Angel Court, Skinner Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in brown paper boards, uncut. Paper label on 
spine. [186] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 545. Jackson, Women, Hill 3.
595
[HINCKS (Edward)] Buonaparte: a poem. Cork: Printed by Odell and Laurent, 
Tobin-Street, Grand-Parade, for J. Hunter, St. Paul's Church-Yard, London; and R. 
Millikin, Grafton Street, Dublin. 1816
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper warppers, stitched as issued. 63 
pp. Author's presentation copy (title-page). Lacks backstrip. Lower margin 
stained, text unaffected. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 403. Jackson does not give an author. Johnson 435.
596
HINDMARSH (Miss) The Cave of Hoonga, a Tongaen tradition, in four cantos, and 
other poems. Alnwick: Printed for the Author by W. Davison. 1818 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound  by Davison in full calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and 
gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 254 
pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Binder's label on upper paste-down endpaper: Davison, 
Bookbinder, &c., Alnwick. Spine rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Hindmarsh 1. Johnson 436. The 
	Johnson copy.
597
HIPKINS (James) The Grecian Wanderer, and other poems. London: Simpkin and 
Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court, Ludgate Hill; and sold by Messrs. Wilkin and 
Fletcher, Norwich. 1833 [Printer: Printed by Samuel Tymms, 58 Hollywell Street, 
Millbank, Westminster]
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Original bluish green sand grain cloth. [124] pp. 8 pp. 
of advertisements for J.B. Nichols and Son tipped-in at end (1833). Lacks upper 
fly-leaf. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
598
HIRD (James) The Prophetic Minstrel, and other poems. London: Published by 
Longman and Co., Paternoster-Row, and sold by all booksellers. 1839 [Printer: H. 
Wardman, Printers, Bradford] 
Octavo in 12s. Original purple moiré patterned cloth, a.e.g. Rebacked in calf. 
Upper cover and spine blocked in gilt. 156 pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). 
	Johnson 437. The Johnson copy. 
599
HITCHINS (Fortescue) The Sea Shore, with other poems. Sherborne: Printed for 
the author, by James Langdon; and sold by L.B. Seeley, Ave-Maria-Lane, and 
John Hatchard, Bookseller to Her Majesty, 150 Piccadilly, London. 1810
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
edges. Gilt lettering piece. [175] pp. 1/2-title. Errata leaf at end. List of 
subscribers (11 pp.). Corners and spine a little frayed. Lacks lettering piece. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 440.
600
[HOARE (Sarah)] A Poem on the Pleasures and Advantages of Botanical Pursuits, 
with notes; and other poems. By A Friend to Youth, addressed to her pupils. 
Bristol: Printed by Philip Rose, Broadmead. n.d. [?1825]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 134 
pp.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 515. Jackson, Women, Hoare 1.
601
HOBKIRK (D.) Miscellaneous Poems. London: Published by Baldwin and Cradock; 
and J.J. Macaulay, Darlington. Sold by James Robertson & Co., Edinburgh. 1828 
[Printer: Darlington: Printed by J.J. Macaulay]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 115 pp. Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). 
1 p. of advertisements tipped-in at front. Two ALs from Hobkirk tipped-in at 
front. Additional poem by Hobkirk laid-down on lower fly-leaf. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 442. The Johnson copy. 
602
HODGSON (Francis) Lady Jane Grey, a tale, in two books; with miscellaneous 
poems, in English and Latin. London: Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet 
Street, for J. Mackinlay, No. 87 Strand. 1809
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 352 pp. 
Contains the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 329.
603
HODGSON (Francis) Sir Edgar; a tale, in two cantos. With serious translations from 
The Ancients; and merry imitations of a modern. London: Printed for J. 
Mackinlay, in the Strand. 1810 [Printer: T. Bensley, Printer, Bolt Court, Fleet-
Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised bands. 318 pp. Contains the 
"additions and corrections". Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Some 
foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 345. 
604
HODGSON (John) Poems written at Lanchester. By John Hodgson, Clerk. London: 
Printed for the Author, and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme: and D. 
Akenhead and Sons, Newcastle. 1807 [Printer: Printed by D. Akenhead & Sons]
Octavo. First edition. Bound in 1/4-cloth, drab boards, paper label on spine. [134] 
pp. Errata leaf at end. Ex-library copy (label on upper free endpaper). A trifle 
foxed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 313.
605
[HOGG (James)] Dramatic Tales; by the author of "The Poetic Mirror". In two 
volumes. Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. for Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, Orme, and Brown, London; and John Ballantyne, Hanover-Street, Edinburgh. 
1817
12mo. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary 1/4-brown calf, marbled 
boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spines blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces. 
Raised bands. 274;271 pp. Ink signature of James Ballantyne, the printer of this 
title, on title-page of each volume. 
	NCBEL III,268. Jackson, Annals, p. 417.
606
HOGG (James) The Jacobite Relics of Scotland; being the songs, airs, and legends, 
of the adherents to the House of Stuart. Collected and illustrated by James Hogg. 
Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood, Prince's Street; and T. Cadell and W. 
Davies, Strand, London. 1819 [Printer: Oliver & Boyd, Printers]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound by J. Leighton in 1/2-morocco, green ribbed 
morocco grain cloth boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 424 
pp. Musical notation. 
	NCBEL III,268. Jackson, Annals, p. 444.
607
HOGG (James) The Jacobite Relics of Scotland; being the songs, airs, and legends, 
of the adherents to the House of Stuart. Collected and illustrated by James Hogg. 
Second series. Edinburgh: Printed for William Blackwood, Prince's Street; and T. 
Cadell and W. Davies, Strand, London. 1821 [Printer: Oliver & Boyd, Printers]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound by [J. Leighton] in 1/2-morocco, green ribbed 
morocco grain cloth boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 480 
pp. 1/2-title. Musical notation. 
	NCBEL III,268. Jackson, Annals, p. 470. 
608
HOGG (Thomas) The Fabulous History of the Ancient Kingdom of Cornwall. By 
Thomas Hogg, Master of the Grammar School, Truro. London: Printed for 
Longman, Rees, Orme and Co. 1827 [Printer: Printed by E. Heard, Boscawen- 
Street, Truro]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, reback, original 
backstrip laid-down. Paper label on spine. 508 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 529. Johnson 444.
609
HOLE (Richard)  Arthur; or, the northern enchantment. A poetical romance, in 
seven books. London: Printed for G.G.J. and J. Robinson, in Pater-Noster Row. 
1789 [Printer: No imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full calf. Spine blocked in gilt. [254] pp. 
Contains the errata leaf. Covers rubbed and gouged.
	NCBEL II,239. Jackson, Annals, p. 146.
610
HOLFORD (Miss [Margaret]) Poems. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown. 1811 [Printer: J M'Creery, Printer, Black-Horse-Court, Fleet-
Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in marble paper boards. 117 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 351. Jackson, Women, Holford 3.
611
HOLKHAM, A POEM; dedicated, without permission, to Joseph Hume, Esq., M.P., 
A.S.S. Second edition, to which is added Impudence, a poem. London: Printed for 
William Sams, bookseller to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, No. 1, St. 
James's Street. 1822 [Printer: London: Printed by William Clowes, 
Northumberland-Court]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 84 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. 
	First publshed in 1822. Jackson, Annals, p. 428. 
612
HOLLAMBY (John) The Unlettered Muse. Hailsham: Printed by G. Breads, and sold 
by him for the author; sold also by Baxter, Lewes; Heatherly, Eastbourne; and 
Bailey, Battle. 1828
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original cream printed paper boards, rebacked. Upper 
cover printed. 40 pp. List of subscribers (6 pp.). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 446. The Johnson copy.
613
HOLLAND (John) Sheffield Park, a descriptive poem. Sheffield: Printed by James 
Montgomery, Iris Office, and sold by A.& E. Gales, W. Todd, and all the other 
booksellers. 1820 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers. 44 pp. Frontispiece. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Gatherings C and E misbound. 
Wrappers and backstrip frayed.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 464. Johnson 451. The Johnson copy.
614
HOLLAND (John) The Village of Eyam; a poem in four parts. Macclesfield: 
Reprinted, by permission of the author, with notes, explanatory and illustrative; 
by J. Wilson. 1821 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in pink paper boards. Paper label on spine. 34 pp. Text a 
little marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 476/ Johnson 453. The Johnson copy.
615
HOLLAND (John) The Cottage of Pella, a tale of Palestine: with other poems. 
Sheffield: Printed for the author, by James Montgomery, Iris-Office, Hartshead: 
and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1821
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 80 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 468. Johnson 447.
616
HOLLAND (John) The Hopes of Matrimony: a poem. London: Printed for Francis 
Westley, 10, Stationers'-Court, and Ave-Maria-Lane. 1822 [Printer: T.C. Hansard, 
Printer, Peterborough-Court, Fleet-Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue boards. 68 pp. 
Frontispiece. 1/2-title. Lacks backstrip. 1/2-title repaired. Covers rubbed and 
frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 482. 
617
HOLLAND (John) Flowers from Sheffield Park; a selection of poetical pieces, 
originally published in the Sheffield Iris. London: Published by Hamilton, Adams, 
and Co.; and by John Blackwell, Sheffield. 1827 [Printer: Sheffield: Printed by J. 
Blackwell]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-red morocco, marbled boards, t.e.g. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 208 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 529. Johnson 448.
618
HOLLAND (John) The Pleasures of Sight: a poem. Sheffield: Printed and published 
by J. Blackwell. 1829 
Octavo in 6s. Original drab paper covered boards, rebacked. 96 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 546. Johnson 450. The Johnson copy. 
619
[HOLLAND (John)] Tyne Banks. A poetical sketch. By A Visitor in Newcastle. 
Newcastle: Printed for the author, for private presentation only, by J. Blackwell 
and Co., Courant Office. 1832 
Octavo in 4s. Stitched as issued. 40 pp. Unopened. Author's signed dated 
presentation copy (title-page). A little foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 571. Johnson 452. The Johnson copy. 
620
HOLLAND (Joseph) An Appendix to the Season of Spring, in the rural poem, "The 
Farmer's Boy". By Joseph Holland, Croydon Surrey. Croydon: Printed by Harding 
Jun. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Original pink paper boards, rebacked in 1/4-cloth. [202] pp. 
Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper paste-down and free endpapers. Hole in 
final leaf with loss of some letters. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 454.
621
[HOLLINGSWORTH (N.J.)] Fleurs. A poem, in four books. Newcastle: Printed for 
the author by Edw. Walker, Pilgrim-Street; and sold by Blackwood, Edinburgh; 
and Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London. 1821 
Quarto. Rebound  by Andrew Reid in 1/2-calf, pebble grain cloth. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [189] pp. Contains the errata leaf. Binder's label on 
upper paste-down endpaper (Bound by Andrew Reid, Newcastle on Tyne}. Ink 
signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Covers and spine rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 455. The Johnson copy. 
622
HOLLOWAY (William) The Peasants Fate: a rural poem. With miscellaneous 
poems. London: Printed for Vernor and Hood, Poultry, by James Swan and Co. 
Jerusalem Court, Gracechurch Street. 1802
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-maroon sand grain cloth, grey boards. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 128 pp. Frontispiece. Three plates. Ex-
library copy.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 263. Jackson's pagination of 182 is clearly a misprint. 
623
HOLLOWAY (William) Scenes of Youth; or rural recollections; with other poems. 
London: Printed for Vernor and Hood, Poultry; and Longman and Rees, 
Paternoster Row; by James Swan, Angel Street, Newgate Street. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 160 pp. Frontispiece. 
Some damp-staining. Dated ink signature on title-page. Modern dated ink 
signature on verso of upper free endpaper. Spine rubbed. Upper cover a little 
marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 274. 
624
HOLLOWAY (William) The Country Pastor; or, rural philanthropist; a poem. 
London: Printed for Gale and Curtis, Paternoster-Row. 1812 [Printer: Plummer 
and Brewis, Printers, Love-Lane, Little Eastcheap, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Two gilt lettering pieces. [133] pp. 1/2-
title. Contains the errata. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. Upper cover scuffed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 357.
625
HOLME (James) Leisure Musings and Devotional Meditations, in humble strains 
of poetry. By the Rev. James Holme, A.B., Perpetual Curate of St. Mary's Church, 
Low-Harrogate. London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 
Nisbet & Co.; J.Y. Knight, Leeds. [1835] [Printer: A. Pickard, Printer, Leeds] 
16mo. in 8s. Original moiré patterned cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 152 pp. 
Contains the erratum. A little foxed. Spine sunned. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 588. Johnson 456. The Johnson copy.
626
HOLMES (Robert) Ode for the Encënia held at Oxford, July 1793, for the 
reception 
of His Grace William-Henry-Cavendish Duke of Portland, Chancellor of the 
University. By Robert Holmes, D.D., Professor of Poetry. Set by Ph. Hayes, D.M. 
Professor of Musick. Oxford: Sold for the Benefit of the Radcliffe-Infirmary, by J. 
Cooke, and J. Fletcher. 1793 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in marbled paper covered boards. Paper label on 
upper cover. 15 pp. Margins trimmed with some loss of letters in rubrics.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 184. 
627
HOLY WILLIE A Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. Glasgow: Printed by 
William Lang. 1819 
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 11 pp. Bound with: EDWARD 
AND EMILY. 1796 [item]; LOCHORE. The Foppish Taylor. 1796 [item]; [LOCHORE]. 
Willie's Vision. n.d. [item]; DRUMMOND. The Man of Age. 1798 [item]; EPISCOPUS. 
Dulness, a poem. 1807 [item]; QUIZ'EM. Economy. 1811 [item]; [RODGER. Hints to 
the Disaffected "Sooty Rabble". 1816 [item]; [HANISTON] Elegy on the Much 
Lamented Death of the late Rev. Dr. Balfour. 1818 [item] and HOLY WILLIE. A 
Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item]. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Lower cover rejointed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 709. The Johnson Copy.
628
HOMFRAY (Francis) Thought on Happiness, a poem. The second edition. London: 
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row. 1817 
[Printer: Printed by A. Strahan, New-Street-Square, London]
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, paper label on 
spine. 232 pp. 1/2-title. 6 pp. of advertisements at end, 4 of which are dated 
September 1817.
	First published in 1817. Jackson, Annals, p. 427. 
629
[HONE (William)] The Political House that Jack built. With thirteen cuts. Fourth 
edition. London: Printed by and for William Hone, Ludgate Hill. 1819
Octavo in 2s and 4s. Fourth edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Hone. First published 1819. Not in Jackson, Annals.
630
[HONE (William)] The Green Bag: "a dainty dish to set before a king;" A ballad of 
the nineteenth century, by the author of "The Political A, Apple Pie." With 
thirteen cuts. London: Published by J. Robins and Co., Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row. 
1820 [Printer: J. Robins and Co., Albion Press, Ivy Lane]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. [24] pp. Illustrated. 1 
p. of advertisements at end. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Hone. Not in Jackson, Annals.
631
[HONE (William)] The Man in the Moon &c. &c. &c. With fifteen cuts. London: 
Printed by and for William Hone, 45 Ludgate Hill. 1820
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL III, 1285. Jackson, Annals, p. 457.
632
[HONE (William)] The Political "A, Apple-pie;" or, the "extraordinary red book" 
versified; for the instruction and amusement of the rising generation. By the 
author of "The House that Jack built." With twenty-three cuts. The second 
edition. London: Printed for the author; and sold by J. Johnston, No. 97 Cheapside. 
1820 [Printer: A. Owen, Printer, Doctors' Common, London]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Hone. First published 1820. Not in Jackson, Annals.
633
[HONE (William)] The Queen that Jack found. With thirteen cuts. Third edition. 
London: Printed and published by John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate-Hill. 1820
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Hone. ?First published in 1820. Not in Jackson, 
	Annals.
634
HOOD (J.) The Pegasus, or Ashby Guide. Comprising the ancient and modern 
history of the town and its venerable ruins; observations on the mineral water, 
and directions for bathing; also a description of the principal resorts in the 
neighbourhood, comprehending a circuit of ten miles. In four parts. By J. Hood. 
Proprietor of the Spar and Marble Works, Ashby-de-la-Zouch, where views of 
most of the principal Seats and scenes of local and historical interest, beautifully 
etched on polished marble, may be had; and orders for plain or inlaid Tables, 
ornamented with views of the same, will be promptly executed. Ashby-de-la-
Zouch: Printed and sold by T. Wayte. 1837 [J458]
12mo in 6s. Original yellow printed paper boards. 50 pp. Lacks backstrip. 
	Johnson 458. The Johnson copy. Although a further three parts are 
	advertised on the lower cover Part I appears to be all published.
635
HOOD (Thomas) Whims and Oddities, in prose and verse: with forty original 
designs by Thomas Hood. Second series. London: Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street. 
1827 [Printer: London: Printed by Ibotson and Palmer, Savoy-Street, Strand]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-green cloth, pink boards. 
Paper label on spine. [154] pp. Vignette on title-page. Forty plates. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at end. Proposed rules of the Ellesmere Book Society laid down 
at front of volume. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Shaken and a little 
worn.
	NCBEL III,359. Jackson, Annals, p. 534. 
636
HOOD (Thomas) The Epping Hunt. Illustrated with six engravings on wood by 
Branston and Wright, Bonner, Slader, and T. Williams; after the designs of George 
Cruikshank. London: Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street. 1829 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Anne Maurice, Fenchurch Street]
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-green morocco, cloth boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [30] pp. Frontispiece. Five plates. A little foxed. 
	NCBEL III,359. Jackson, Annals, p. 544. 
637
HOOD (Thomas)  The Dream of Eugene Aram, the Murderer. With designs by W. 
Harvey, engraved on wood by Branston and Wright. London: Charles Tilt, 86, 
Fleet Street. 1831 [Printer: London: Printed by Maurice and Co., Fenchurch 
Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-red morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [32] pp. Frontispiece. Vignette on title-
page, decorative tail-piece and five plates. A trifle foxed.
	NCBEL III,359. Jackson, Annals, p. 560. 
638
HOOD (Thomas) The Comic Annual. London: A.H. Baily and Co., Cornhill. 1836 
[Printer: London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in full mottled calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Two gilt lettering pieces. Raised 
gilt bands. 184 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette on title-page. Forty-eight plates. 4 pp. 
of advertisements. Original wrappers bound in at end. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,360. Faxon 1167. 
639
[HOOD (Thomas)] Hood's Own: or, laughter from year to year. Being former 
runnings of his comic vein, with an infusion of new blood for general circulation. 
London: A.H. Baily and Co., Cornhill. 1839 [Printer: London: Bradbury and Evans, 
Printers, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 568 pp. 
Frontispiece portrait of the author. Contains the errata leaf. Various leaves torn 
and repaired without loss. 2M2 repaired with loss of letters. Upper hinge broken. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Dated ink inscriptions on upper free 
endpaper. Publisher's signed, dated presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). 
	NCBEL III,359. 
640
[HOOLE (Barbara)]  A Season at Harrogate; in a series of poetical epistles, from 
Benjamin Blunderhead, Esquire, to his Mother, in Derbyshire: with useful and 
copious notes, descriptive of the objects most worthy of attention in the vicinity 
of Harrogate. Knaresbrough: Printed by G. Wilson, and sold by R. Wilson, 
Knaresbrough, and Harrogate; Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 
Paternoster Row, London; Robinson, Heaton, I. & I. Nicholls, and Baines, Leeds; 
Wolstenholme and Todd, York; Hunsley and Thomas, Doncaster; Langdale, Rippon 
[sic]; Edwards, Halifax; Miss Gales, Sheffield; and Wright, Liverpool. 1812
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in green sand-grain binder's cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 103 pp. Ink ms. identification of characters. Upper hinge cracked.
	NCBEL III,733. Jackson, Annals, p. 363. Jackson, Women, Hoole 3(a). 
	Johnson 460.
641
HORNBY (E.T.S.) Childhood, a poem. Second edition. London: Printed by C. 
Roworth, Bell-Yard, Temple-Bar. Sold by J. Murray, Albemarle Street, and by all 
other booksellers. 1822
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary full green crushed morocco. Covers 
blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 51 
pp.
	First published in 1821. See Jackson, Annals, p. 479. 
642
HORNE (George) Essays and Thoughts on Various Subjects, and from various 
authors, &c. Together with nine papers from the Olla Podrida; and poems. By the 
Right Reverend George Horne, D.D., late Lord Bishop of Norwich] London: Printed 
for F.C. and J. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church-yard. 1808 [Printer: T. Curston 
Hansard, Printer, Peterborough-Court, Fleet-Street]
12mo. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. 295 pp. Spine a little frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
643
[HOWARD (Frederick)] The Step-mother, a tragedy. By the Earl of Carlisle. 
London: Printed for R.H. Evans (Successor to Mr. Edwards), No. 26, Pall Mall; by G. 
Woodfall, No. 22, Paternoster Row. 1800
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on spine. 
[90]pp. A trifle foxed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 248. 
644
[HOWARD (Frederick)] The Tragedies and Poems of Frederick Earl of Carlisle. 
London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., Cleveland-Row, St. James's, for J. Wright, 
Piccadilly. 1801
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full calf, rebacked, original backstrip laid-
down. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. New gilt 
lettering piece. [302]pp. Vignette on title-page. Ex-library copy (from the Signet 
Library).  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 258. 
645
HOWARD (Nathaniel)  Bickleigh Vale, with other poems. York: Printed by T. 
Wilson and R. Spence, High-Ousegate, for Murray, 32 Fleet-Street; Harding, 36, St. 
James's Street; and Longman & Co., Paternoster-Row, London; and for Wilson & 
Spence, York. 1804
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 139 pp. Lacks 
frontispiece. Upper free endpaper does not match others. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 277. Johnson 465.
646
HOWE (John) Trifles, light as air; dedicated to his Grace the Duke of Devonshire. 
Sheffield: Printed by Wm. Todd, at the Mercury Office. 1816 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 112 pp. Ms. poem by 
unknown author on verso of a4. Later printed poem by "A Miner" tipped-in on 
M1. Dated ink signature on title-page. Ink inscription on title-page. Spine frayed 
and worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 466. The Johnson copy.
647
HOWELL (Samuel) The Wandering Minstrel, a collection of original poems; 
consisting of Chingford, or village rambles, Norwood, &c. &c. Second edition. 
London: Printed for the author, and sold by Messrs. Longman & Co. Paternoster 
Row. 1827 [Printer: Printed by W. Smith, King Street, Long Acre]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Uncut in the original drab paper covered boards, 
rebacked, new hand-lettered label. [131] pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). 
	First published in 1820. Jackson, Annals, p. 534. 
648
HOWES (Francis) Miscellaneous Poetical Translations. To which is added a Latin 
prize-essay. London: Printed by W. Flint, Old Bailey, for J. Mawman, in the 
Poultry. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. [144] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 299. 
653
HOWITT (Mary) and HOWITT (William)  The Forest Minstrel, and other poems. 
London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-row. 1823
	NCBEL III,1287. 
654
HOWITT (Mary) and HOWITT (William) The Desolation of Eyam: The Emigrant, a 
tale of the American woods; and other poems. London: Wightman and Cramp, 
Paternoster Row; sold also by Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; and W. Curry, Jun. and 
Co. Dublin. 1827
	NCBEL III,1287. 
649
HOWITT (Mary) The Seven Temptations. London: Richard Bentley, New 
Burlington Street. 1834 [Printer: London: Printed by Manning and Co., London 
House Yard]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [375] pp. 1/2-title. Spine chipped and a little frayed. Label dulled. 
	Not in NCBEL. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Howitt 3.
650
HOWITT (Mary) Birds and Flowers and other country things. The Christmas 
Library. Vol. I. London: Darton and Clark. 1838 [Printer: J. Green & Co., Bartletts 
Buildings]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original blue cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. 208 pp. Vignette fly title-page. Illustrated. Author's 
presentation copy (upper free endpaper). Foxed.
	See NCBEL III,1286. NCBEL cites only an edition dated [1855]. There is no 
	mention of The Christmas Library.  
651
HOWITT (Mary)  Hymns and Fire-side Verses. London: Darton and Clark. 1839 
[Printer: J. Green & Co., Bartletts Buildings]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original olive green diced cloth. Upper 
cover blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 202 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Illustrated. Ink inscription on 
upper free endpaper. Hinges cracked.
	NCBEL III,1286. 
652
HOWITT (Richard) Antediluvian Sketches; and other poems. London: Published 
by L.B. Seeley and Sons, 169 Fleet Street. 1830 [Printer: Printed by L.B. Seeley 
and Sons, Weston Green, Thames Ditton]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, drab boards, paper label. 
148 pp. 1/2-title. Text a trifle marked.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 550.
653
HOWITT (William) and HOWITT (Mary)  The Forest Minstrel, and other poems. 
London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row. 1823 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Thomas Davison,Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink cloth, rebacked. Spine blocked in 
gilt. [198] pp. 1/2-title. Ex-library copy. 
	NCBEL III,1287. Jackson, Annals, p. 492. Jackson, Women, Howitt 1.
654
HOWITT (William) and HOWITT (Mary) The Desolation of Eyam: The Emigrant, a 
tale of the American woods; and other poems. London: Wightman and Cramp, 
Paternoster Row; sold also by Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; and W. Curry, Jun. and 
Co. Dublin. 1827 [Printer: London: Printed by Littlewood and Green, Old Bailey]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in cloth, original backstrip laid down. [328] pp. 
1/2-title. Additional engraved title-page. 
	NCBEL III,1287. Jackson, Annals, p. 528. Jackson, Women, Howitt 2a. 
655
HUDDESFORD (George) Topsy Turvy: with anecdotes and observations illustrative 
of leading characters in the present government of France. By the editor of 
Salmagundi. The third edition, with corrections, and some additional notes. 
London: Printed for the author; and sold by J. Anderson, No. 62, Holborn Hill. 
1793 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. Third edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [67] 
pp. 1/2-title. Illustrated. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL II,660. First published in 1793. Jackson, Annals, p. 187. 
656
[HUDDESFORD (George)] Bubble and Squeak, a galli-maufry of British beef with 
the chopp'd cabbage of Gallic philosophy and radical reform. By the Author of 
Tospy-turvy, Salmagundi, &c. [London:] Printed for J. Wright, opposite Old Bond 
Street, Piccadilly. 1799 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards, paper label. 55 pp. Bound 
with: [HUDDESFORD]. Crambe Repetita. 1799. [item 657].
	NCBEL II,660. Jackson, Annals, p. 233. 
657
[HUDDESFORD (George)] Crambe Repetita, a second course of bubble and squeak, 
or British beef galli-maufry'd; with a devil'd biscuit or two to help digestion and 
"close the orifice of the stomach". By the Author of Topsy-turvy, Salmagundi, &c. 
[London:] Printed for J. Wright, opposite Old Bond Street, Piccadilly. And sold by 
J.White, Fleet Street; W. Richardson, Royal Exchange; and J.P. Bateman, 
Devonshire Street, Queen's Square. 1799 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards, paper label. 83 pp. Bound 
with: [HUDDESFORD]. Bubble and Squeak. 1799. [item 656].
	NCBEL II,660. Jackson, Annals, p. 233. 
658
HUDDESFORD (George) The Poems of George Huddesford, M.A., late Fellow of New 
College, Oxford. Now first collected. Including Salmagundi, Topsy-turvy, Bubble 
and Squeak, and Crambe Repetita. With corrections, and original additions. [In 
two volumes]. London: Printed for J. Wright, Piccadilly, by W. Bulmer and Co. 
Cleveland-Row, St. James's. 1801
Octavo. First edition. Two volumes. Contemporary full green straight grain 
morocco., a.e.g. Covers and spines blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 
Raised gilt bands. [147];176 pp. Errata leaf in each volume. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Covers and spines a little rubbed and dulled. 
	NCBEL II,660. Jackson, Annals, p. 255. 
659
HUDDESFORD (George)(Ed.) The Wiccamical Chaplet, a selection of original poetry; 
comprising smaller poems, serious and comic; classical trifles; sonnets; 
inscriptions and epitaphs; songs and ballads; mock-heroics, epigrams, fragments, 
&c., &c. London: Printed for Leigh, Sotheby and Son, York-Street, Covent-Garden, 
by T. Burton, Little Queen-Street. 1804
Octavo. First edition. Bound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, t.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands on spine. 223 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the 
errata. A trifle foxed. Pieces missing from head and foot of spine. Joints cracked. 
Rubbed.
	NCBEL II,660. Jackson, Annals, p. 284. 
660
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs. [London:] Printed by Gold and Walton, Wardour 
Street, for the author, Thos. Hudson, Grocer, No. 98, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. 1818
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 34 pp. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
661
HUDSON (Thomas) Songs. London: Printed for the author, T. Hudson, Grocer, &c., 
98, Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. 1820 [Printer: Printed by Gold and Walton, 24 
Wardour Street, Soho]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
662
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs. Collection the Fourth. [London:] To be had of 
Thomas Hudson, Grocer and Tea Dealer, 15, Wardour Street, Soho. 1821 [Printer: 
Printed by Gold & Walton, 24, Wardour Street]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
663
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs. London: Printed by Gold and Walton, Wardour- 
St. for T. Hudson, Grocer, &c., 98 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. 1822
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
664
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs. London: Printed by Brown, 26, St. John Street, 
Clerkenwell, for T. Hudson, 98 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. 1824
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Frontispiece. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 
660]; HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
665
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs. [London:] Printed by Brown, 26 St. John-street, 
Clerkenwell, for T. Hudson, 98 Shoe Lane, Fleet Street. 1824 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 38 pp. Folding frontispiece. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 
1818. [item 660]; HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. 
[item 662]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. 
[item 664]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. 
[item 667]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. 
[item 669]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 
1831. [item 671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
666
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs, Collection the Seventh. London: Printed by Gold 
and Walton, Wardour Street, Oxford Street, for Thomas Hudson, 98, Shoe Lane, 
Fleet Street. 1826
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
667
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs, the Eighth Collection. London: Printed by Gold 
and Walton, 24 Wardour Street, Oxford Street, for T. Hudson, Kean's Head, Russell 
Court, Drury Lane.... 1827
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item  
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
668
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs, the Ninth Collection. London: Printed by Gold and 
Walton, Wardour Street, Oxford Street, for T. Hudson, Kean's Head, Russell Court, 
Drury Lane. 1828
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
669
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs, Collection the Tenth. London: Printed by Walton 
and Mitchell, 24, Wardour Street. Published by Thomas Hudson, Kean's Head, 
Russell Court; and to be had of T. Tegg, Cheapside; Simpkin and Marshall, 
Stationers' Court; Onwhyn, Catherine Street, Strand; and all respectable 
booksellers.... 1829
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 670]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
670
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs, the Eleventh Collection. London: Printed by 
Walton and Mitchell, Wardour Street, Oxford Street, for T. Hudson, 6, Museum 
Street, Bloomsbury. 1830
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1831. [item 
671]. Edges slightly rubbed.
671
HUDSON (Thomas) Comic Songs, Collection the Twelfth. London: Printed by 
Walton and Mitchell, 24, Wardour Street. Published by Thomas Hudson, 6, 
Museum Street, Bloomsbury; and to be had of T. Tegg, Cheapside; Simkin [sic] 
and Marshall, Stationers' Court; Onwhyn, Catherine Street, Strand; Tiernay, 
corner of Russell Court: and all respectable booksellers.... 1831
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 36 pp. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Bound with: HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1818. [item 660]; 
HUDSON. Songs. 1820. [item 661]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1821. [item 662]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1822. [item 663]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 664]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1824. [item 665]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1826. [item 666]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1827. [item 667]; HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1828. [item 668]; 
HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1829. [item 669]; and HUDSON. Comic Songs. 1830. [item 
670]. Edges slightly rubbed.
672
HUGHES (Edward) An Elegy, to the Memory of the late Watkin Williams, Esq. 
Holywell: Printed by E. Carnes. 1808 
Octavo. Original marbled paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 15 pp. Ink 
inscription on inside of upper cover. Hole to title-page, no loss, repaired. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 467. The Johnson copy.
673
HUGHES (Joseph) Elegy on the much lamented death of D. Pennant, Jun. Esq., late 
of Downing; original written in Welsh, being a prize poem; to which is prefixed a 
free translation of the same into English. With a brief sketch of his character. 
Holywell: Printed by John Lloyd. 1837 
Octavo in 4s. Original brown sand grain cloth. Label on upper cover. 58 pp. List 
of subscribers (4 pp.). Shelf label on spine.
	Johnson 468. The Johnson copy.
674
[HUGMAN (John)] Original Poems in the amatory, heroic, pathetic, and other 
styles. By a Traveller. Cambridge: Printed for the author, by Harwood and Hall. 
1825
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
39 pp. Some ms. insertions into text. A little grimed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 514. 
675
HULBERT (Charles Augustus) Poetical Recreations: and thoughts in rhyme, on 
sacred and miscellaneous subjects. London: Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, 
Brown, & Green; and Charles Hulbert, Shrewsbury. 1828 [Printer: Shrewsbury: 
Printed by C. Hulbert] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original dark grey paper boards. 140 pp. 1/2-title. List of 
subscribers (6 pp.). Dated ink signature on 1/2-title and on title-page. Spine 
frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 470. The Johnson copy.
676
HULL (J.D.) The Reverie, and other poems. By J.D. Hull, A.B. Incumbent of 
Killaney. Belfast: William M'Comb; L.B. Seeley and Sons, and Hamilton, Adams, 
and Co., London; Waugh and Innes, and Wm. Oliphant, Edinburgh; Wm. Collins, 
and Geo. Gallie, Glasgow; W. Curry, Jun. and Co., and R.M. Tims, Dublin. 1833 
[Printer: Stuart and Gregg, Printers, Belfast] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original bluish green linen texture cloth. Paper label on 
spine. 276 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Dated ink signature on 1/2-title. 
Upper hinge cracked. A little worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 576. Johnson 471. The Johnson copy. 
677
HULL (Thomas)  Moral Tales in verse, founded on real events. Written by 
Thomas Hull, of the Theatre Royal, Covent-Garden. Dedicated, by permission, to 
His Grace the Duke of Leeds. [In two volumes]. London: Printed for, and under 
the direction of, George Cawthorn, British Library, Strand. 1797 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Two volumes bound in one. Contemporary full calf, 
rebacked, new upper free endpaper. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt 
lettering piece. 124;200 pp. Frontispiece to volume 1. "Encouragers" list (19 pp. 
with erratum). 
	NCBEL II,842. Jackson, Annals, p. 219. 
678
THE HUMOURISTS'S MISCELLANY: containing original and select articles of 
poetry, on mirth, humour, wit, gaiety, and entertainment. To which is prefixed, 
the celebrated lecture on heads; by the late G.A. Stevens. Second edition, with 
considerable additions. London: Printed by James Cundee, Ivy Lane: for B. Crosby 
and Co. Stationers'-Court. 1804
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. New endpapers. 176 pp. Foxed and a little grimed. Joints 
repaired. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 279. 
679
HUNT (Leigh) The Descent of Liberty, a mask. London: Printed for Gale, Curtis, 
and Fenner, Paternoster Row. 1815 [Printer: C.H. Reynell, Printer, 21 Piccadilly, 
London] 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-black morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 82 pp. Some foxing throughout. 
	NCBEL III,1218. Jackson, Annals, p. 391. 
680
HUNT (Robert) The Mount's Bay; a descriptive poem, in three books, and other 
pieces. Penzance: Published by J. Downing and T. Matthews. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-green cloth, drab paper boards. [100] pp. 
Errata slip tipped-in at end. List of subscribers (9 pp.). Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Spine frayed. Hinges cracked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 472. The Johnson copy.
681
HURDIS (James) The Favourite Village, with an additional poem, (now first 
published) and a tragedy. London: Printed by C. Whittingham, Goswell-Street; for 
Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, Poultry; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster- 
Row; Sharpe and Hailes, Piccadilly, and Taylor and Hessey, Fleet-Street. 1810
Octavo. First London edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 350 pp. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL II,661. First published in 1800. Jackson, Annals, p. 337. 
682
HURN (D.) Rural Rhymes; or, a collection of epistolary, humourous, and 
descriptive pieces. By D. Hurn, Farmer of Holbeach, Lincolnshire. Spalding: 
Printed and sold by T. Albin. Sold also by B. and R. Crosby and Co. Stationer's 
Court, London, and to be had of all other booksellers. 1813
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 160 pp. List of 
subscribers (7 pp.). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 475. Although gathering c is only a sinlge 
	leaf the pagination is as on the table of contents. 
683
[HUTCHINSON (Henry)] The Retrospect of a Retired Mariner. In nine cantos. 
Written by himself. Stockton: Printed and published by W. Robinson. and sold by 
R. Groombridge, Paternoster Row, London. 1836
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original blue patterned sand grain cloth, rebacked. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [207] pp. Errata slip tipped-in at end. Extra notes on verso 
of [T]2. Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf).
	Johnson 476. The Johnson copy.
684
HUTTON (W.) The Barbers; or the road to riches. By W. Hutton, F.A.S.S.  
Birmingham: Printed and sold by M. Swinney. 1793 
Octavo. Rebound in parchment, uncut. 32 pp. Ink inscription on title-page. 
Bookplate in on inside upper cover. Some foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 478. The Johnson copy.
685
HUTTON (W.) Edgar and Elfrida; or the power of beauty. By W. Hutton, F.A.S.S. 
Birmingham: Printed by M. Swinney; and sold by G. G. and J. Robinson, 
Paternoster Row, London; and J. Pridden, Fleet Street. 1794 
Octavo. Rebound in bluish grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. [64] pp. 1/2-
title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 190. Johnson 479. The Johnson copy.
686
HYMNS FOR CHILDREN. Northampton: Printed by J. Freeman. n.d. [c.1801] 
Single folded leaf. As issued. 8 pp. 
	Johnson 480. The Johnson copy. Johnson's reference that it is not in Jackson 
	is a nonsense since Jackson did not include hymnals in his Annals.
687
HYPOCHONDRIAC (A) The Blue Devils; or, new police. A poem in three cantos. 
London: George Henderson, 2 Old Bailey. 1830 [Printer: Printed by W. Dent, 9 
Castle Street, Holborn]
12mo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [36] 
pp. Frontispiece. Illustrated. 
	Jackson, Annals p. 550. 
688
AN IMITATION OF THE EIGHTH SATIRE OF JUVENAL, addressed to the rising 
nobility and gentry of the United Kingdoms. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. 
Davies, Strand. 1804 [Printer: G. Sidney, Printer, Northumberland Street, Strand]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 168 pp. Lacks 1/2-title.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 279. 
689
IMLAH (John) May Flowers. Poems and songs: some in the Scottish dialect. 
London: Baldwin, Cradock and Joy, Paternoster Row. 1827 [Printer: J. Wyness, 
Printer, Little Tower Street, City]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in drab paper boards. Spine blocked in gilt. [232] 
pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Dated ink inscription 
on recto of upper fly-leaf. Ink inscription on verso of upper fly-leaf. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
690
IMPEY (Elijah Barwell) Poems. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme 
and Brown, Paternoster-Row. 1811 [Printer: J. M'Creery, Printer, Black-Horse, 
Court, Fleet-Street, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan mottled calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on spine. Raised 
bands. [276] pp. Contains the erratum. Lacks the 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 351.
691
INGRAM (Henry) Matilda, a tale of the Crusades, a poem, in six books. London: 
Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. 1830 [Printer: N. Whitley, 
Printer, Halifax]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces. 390 pp. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 553. Johnson 481.
692
INGRAM (William) Poems, in the English and Scottish Dialects. Aberdeen: Printed 
for the author, by D. Chalmers and Co. and sold by A. Brown, bookseller, and F. 
Frost, Public Library. 1812 
12mo. in 6s. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 
126 pp. Joints cracked. Spine and edges frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 361. Johnson 482. The Johnson copy.
693
IÖLANDE, a tale of the Duchy of Luxembourg; and other poems. London: T.  
Cadell, Strand; and W. Blackwood, Edinburgh. 1832 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, paper label on 
spine. [112] pp. 1/2-title. Ink signature on upper cover. Spine frayed with pieces 
missing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 567. 
694
IRELAND (W.H.) Rhapsodies. London: Printed by D.N. Shury, Berwick Street, Soho; 
and sold by Longman and Rees, Paternoster-row. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece. 200 pp. Frontispiece. Lacks upper free 
endpaper. A little rubbed. 
	NCBEL III,386. Jackson, Annals, p. 273. 
695
[IRELAND (W.H.)] All the Blocks! or, an antidote to "All the Talents." A satirical 
poem. In three dialogues. By Flagellum. London: Printed by J. Smeeton, 148, St. 
Martin's Lane, for Mathews and Leigh, 18, Strand. 1807
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in gilt. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Two gilt 
lettering pieces. 76 pp. Bound with: BARRETT. All the Talents. 1807 [not 
catalogued].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 306. 
696
IRELAND (W.H.)  Neglected Genius. A poem. Illustrating the untimely and 
unfortunate fate of many British poets; from the period of Henry the Eighth to 
the ëra of the unfortunate Chatterton. Containing imitations of their 
different styles, &c.,&. London: Printed by W. Wilson, 4, Greville-Street, Hatton-
Garden, for George Cowie and Co., 31, Poultry; and Sherwood, Neely, and Jones, 
Paternoster- Row. 1812
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary tree calf, rebacked, new endpapers. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [152] pp. Edges rubbed and a little frayed.
	NCBEL III,386. Jackson, Annals, p. 360.
697
[IRELAND (W.H.)] Chalcographimania; or, the portrait-collector and printseller's 
chronicle, with infatuations ov every description. A humorous poem. In four 
books. With copious notes explanatory. By Satiricus Sculptor, Esq. London: 
Printed for R. S. Kirby, London-House-Yard, Pater-Noster-Row. 1814 [Printer: J.G. 
Barnard, Skinner-Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green crushed calf, a.e.g. Covers 
blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 
Raised gilt bands. [216] pp. Frontispiece. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Errata leaf at end. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL III,386. Jackson, Annals, p. 377. Jackson ascribes the authorship of 
	this title to [W.H. Ireland, Thomas Coram, James Caulfield?]. 
698
THE IRIS: a religious and literary offering. Edited by the Rev. Thomas Dale. 
London: Sampson Low, Lamb's-conduit Street; Hurst, Chance, & Co., St. Paul's 
Church-yard. 1831 [Printer: London: Printed by S. Manning and Co., London-
House Yard, St. Paul's]
Octavo. First edition. Original purple moireéý cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 
334 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Nine plates. 6 pp. of advertisements. 
Spine faded and frayed. 
	Faxon 1452. Contains poetry by Montgomery. 
699
J. (T.B.) Exodus; or the curse of Egypt, a sketch from scripture; and other 
poems. Glasgow: W.R. M'Phun. 1830 [Printer: James Starke, Printer, Glasgow]
Octavo in 6s. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 176 pp. Lacks upper free endpaper. Some foxing. 
Upper joint cracked. A little worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 484. The Johnson copy. 
700
JACK AND THE QUEEN KILLERS. London: Sold by T. Dolby, 299, Strand; J. 
Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate-Hill; and all booksellers. Printed by J. Swan, 76, 
Fleet Street. 1820 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper covered boards. 30 pp. 1/2-
title. Frontispiece. Illustrated. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
701
JACKSON (Ferdinando) Poems, descriptive and miscellaneous. By Ferdinando 
Jackson, of Rainow, Cheshire. Macclesfield: Sold by J. Swinnerton; and by 
Whittaker, Treacher, and Arnott, London. 1829 [Printer: Printed by J. 
Swinnerton, Macclesfield] 
Octavo in 12s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. Spine blocked in 
blind. Two gilt lettering pieces. 168 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 485. The Johnson copy.
702
JACKSON (John) An Address to Time, with other poems. By John Jackson, of 
Harrop Wood, near Macclesfield, Cheshire. To this second edition, is added, an 
appendix; containing various letters of the author to his friends. Macclesfield: 
Printed by J. Wilson; and sold in London by Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme. 
1808 
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. 
Rebacked. Spine hand-lettered in black. 72 pp. Contains the errata. Label on 
upper paste-down endpaper: H. Whitmore, Market Street, Opposite the Talbot 
burn, Manchester. Bound with: M. Carmen Jubilantis. Addressed to R.D. and S.H., - 
P.H. and E.H., - P.H. and S.H. - J.J. and A.M.J. - and J.P. - by T.M. January 27, 1826 
[item 832]. Also at end is ms. poem by John Jackson: The Soliloquy of a Bachelor 
on the Anniversary of his Birthday, a little trimmed with loss of letters.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 316. Johnson 486 with fourteen letters. The Johnson 
	copy.
703
JACKSON (John) An Address to Time, with other poems. To this second edition is 
added, an appendix; containing various letters of the author to his friends. 
Macclesfield: Printed by J. Wilson; and sold, in London, by Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
and Orme. 1808
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Uncut in the original grey paper boards, rebacked in 
1/4-cloth. Modern paper labels on spine and upper cover. 76 pp. Contains the 
errata. Editor's dated presentation copy (title-page). 
	First published in 1807. Jackson, Annals, p. 316. Johnson 487 with fifteen 
	letters.
704
JEPHTHAH; THE MOURNER, and other poems. London: Printed for Geo. B. 
Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane. 1825 [Printer: London: Printed by William Clowes, 
Northumberland-Court]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [163] pp. Lacks the errata slip. Ink inscription 
on upper fly-leaf. Upper cover rejointed. A little worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 512. 
705
JINGLEJOINTS (Joshua) [pseud.] The History of an Election. Date unknown. 
[Cantos I and II] Gateshead: Printed by W. Stephenson, No. 2, Bridge-End. n.d. 
[?1826] 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-black calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 30 pp. Bound with: SCANWELL. Northumberland Election. 
[?1826]. [item 1237] 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 438 and 439. The Johnson copy. Johnson 
	catalogues this as two separate items but it is clearly just one with 
	continuous pagination and lacking the title-page to Canto II. In any case 
	his item 439 is incomplete, if separate, without its wrapper/title-page.
706
JOHN CHURCHILL, Duke of Marlborough. An historic play. In five acts. Leyburn: 
Printed and sold by T. Fall. Sold also by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 
London; J. Wolstenholme, York; G. Andrews, Durham; T. Jennett, Stockton; and T. 
Bowman, Richmond. 1820
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper wrappers. [66] pp. Contains the 
errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 455. Johnson 490.
707
JOHNS (Henry Incledon) Poems addressed by a Father to his Children; with 
extracts from The Diary of a Pedestrian; and a memoir of the author, &c. By 
Henry Incledon Johns, Professor of Drawing to the Plymouth New Grammar 
School. Devonport: W. Byers, Bookseller to His Majesty, Fore-Street; Longman & 
Co., London. 1832 [Printer: W. Byers, Printer to His Majesty, Fore-Street, 
Devonport] 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-blue calf, blue diagonal grain cloth. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. [194] pp. List of subscribers 
(9 pp.). Scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 491. The Johnson copy.
708
JOHNS (J.) Dews of Castalie; poems, composed on various subjects and occasions. 
London: Published by R. Hunter, 72 St. Paul's Churchyard; S. Hedgeland, Fore-
Street, Exeter; and W. Curtis, Whimple Street, Plymouth. W. Roberts Printer, 
High-Street, Exeter. 1828 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, brown paper boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [231] pp. Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Tear to 
title-page, text unaffected.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 536. Johnson 492. The Johnson copy.
709
JOHNSON (Benjn.) Original Poems. Doncaster: Printed for the author by D. Boys, & 
sold by Messrs. T. and C. Rivington, Saint Pauls Church Yd. & Mr. W. Miller, Bond 
Street, London. [1798] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, marbled paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 223 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. List of subscribers (15 pp.). 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. ALs of previous owner tipped-in at 
front. Spine chipped and frayed. Upper cover worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 228. Johnson 493. The Johnson copy.
710
JOHNSON (Mary F.)  Original Sonnets and other poems. London: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme, Paternoster Row. 1810 [Printer: T. Davison, 
Lombard Street, Whitefriars, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full russia. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. [161] pp. 
Contains the errata leaf. Ink inscription on title-page with ms. notes to text. 
Lettering piece frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 342. Jackson, Women, Johnson 1. 
711
JOHNSTONE (John) Poems on Various Subjects; but chiefly illustrative of the 
manners and superstitions of Annandale. By John Johnstone, Craighouse, Corrie. 
Dumfries: Printed at the Dumfries & Galloway Courier Office, by J. M'Diarmid & 
Co. 1820
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-vellum, red diagonal grain cloth boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 142 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 494. The Johnson copy. 
712
JOHNSTONE (John) Specimens of Sacred and Serious Poetry, from Chaucer to the 
Present Day; including Grahame's Sabbath and other poems and Blair's Grave. 
With biographical notices and critical remarks. Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 
Tweeddale-Court; and Geo. B. Whittaker, London. 1827 [Printer: Oliver & Boyd, 
Printers]
12mo. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers blocked in blind and 
gilt. Spien blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 560 pp. Frontispiece. Additional 
engraved title-page with vignette. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Wordsworth, Southey, Scott, 
	Coleridge, Moore, Campbell, Lamb, Hogg, Barton, Crabbe, Hogg, Mrs. Grant 
	of Laggan and Mrs. Hemans.
713
JONES (Joseph) Moral Hours, a poem. London: Printed for F.C. & J. Rivington; 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown; and G. & W.B. Whittaker; Oliver and 
Boyd, Edinburgh; and Beilby & Knots, Birmingham; by J. & J. Haddock, Horse-
Market-Street, Warrington. 1823 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original cream printed paper boards. 501 pp. 1/2-title. 
Errata leaf bound in. Signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine frayed and 
chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 494. Johnson 497. The Johnson copy.
714
JONES (Thomas Cambria) Mortality; a poem, sung in solitude. Chester: Printed by 
John Dixon, Northgate-Street; and sold by Hugh Hughes, St. Martin's-Le-Grand, 
London, and Robinson and Co., Castle Street, Liverpool. 1835 
Octavo in 6s. The spurious edition [see note in introduction to item 715]. Original 
very dark green pebble grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in gilt. 122 pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements tipped-in at end. Contains the errata leaf. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 589. Johnson 499. The Johnson copy. 
715
JONES (Thomas Cambria) Mortality: a poem sung in solitude; with notes; to which 
are added Sonnets and Songs. London: James Fraser, 215 Regent Street. 1837 
[Printer: C. Ingram, Printer, Mail Office, Liverpool] 
Octavo. First authorised edition. Original olive green sand grain cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 259 pp. Errata slip tipped-in. Ink signatures on upper free 
endpaper. Binder's label on upper paste-down endpaper: Jno. Atherton, 
Bookbinder, Liverpool. Sprung.
	Johnson 500. The Johnson copy.
716
KAY (Mrs. [Mary]) The Widow's Offering. Third edition. London: Simpkin and 
Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court. 1834 [Printer: R. Aked, Printer, Keighley]
Octavo in 12s. Third edition. Original patterned ribbed grain cloth, uncut. 
Rebacked. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 180 pp.1/2-title.
	Not in Jackson, Annals although the 1833 edition is listed. Not in Jackson, 
	Women. Johnson 501. The Johnson copy. 
717
THE KEEPSAKE for 1828. London: Published for the proprietor by Hurst, Chance 
& Co., St. Pauls Church Yard & Robert Jennings, Poultry. 1827 [Printer: London: 
Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Original red silk covered boards, a.e.g. Recased. 312 pp. 
Sixteen plates. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	See Faxon 1489. Faxon's copy does not have the Jennings imprint.
718
THE KEEPSAKE for MDCCCXXIX. Edited by Frederic Mansel Reynolds. London: 
Published for the proprietor, by Hurst, Chance, and Co., 65, St. Paul's Churchyard, 
and R. Jennings, 2, Poultry. 1829 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary binder's cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and and gilt. Raised bands. 360 pp. Frontispiece. Presentation 
plate. Vignette title-page. Sixteen plates. Errata on verso of title-page. Signed 
dated presentation inscription from Princess Victoria's mother (upper fly-leaf). 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper.
	See Faxon 1490. Faxon's copy does not include Jennings in the imprint. 
	Contains poetry by Scott, Shelley, Wordsworth, Moore and Coleridge. 
719
THE KEEPSAKE for MDCCCXXXIV. Edited by Frederic Mansel Reynolds. London: 
Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman; Paris: Rittner 
and Goupil; Berlin: A. Asher. [1834] [Printer: Printed by William Wilcockson, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, a.e.g. 312 pp. Frontispiece. 
Presentation leaf. Vignette title-page. Fourteen plates. Title-page reinforced. A 
very trifle foxed. 
	See Faxon 1495. Faxon's copy does not contain the Paris and Berlin 
	imprints.
720
THE KEEPSAKE for MDCCCXXXV. Edited by Frederic Mansel Reynolds. London: 
Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman; Paris; Rittner 
and Goupil; Berlin: A. Asher. [1835] [Printer: Printed by William Wilcockson, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards, a.e.g. 296 pp. 
Frontispiece. Presentation leaf. Vignette title-page. Fourteen plates. Evidence of a 
signature on title-page. Title-page reinforced.
	See Faxon 1496. Faxon's copy does not include the Paris and Berlin 
	imprints. 
721
THE KEEPSAKE for MDCCCXXXVI. Edited by the Honorable Mrs. Norton. London: 
Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. Paris: Rittner 
and Goupil. Berlin: A. Asher. 1836 [Printer: Printed by William Wilcockson, 
Whitefriars]
In 6's. First edition. Original moirè patterned cloth boards, a.e.g. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 324 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Seventeen plates. Edges 
rubbed and a little frayed. 
	See NCBEL III,544 where this is alluded to. See Faxon 1497. Faxon's copy 
	does not include the Paris and Berlin imprints. 
722
THE KEEPSAKE for MDCCCXXXVII. Edited by the Lady Emmeline Stuart Wortley. 
London: Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman; Paris: 
Delloy and Co. [1837] [Printer: London: William Wilcockson, Rolls Buildings, Fetter 
Lane]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, a.e.g. 328 pp. Frontispiece. 
Vignette title-page. Sixteen plates. Upper hinge cracked. 
	See Faxon 1498. Faxon's copy does not include the Paris imprint.
723
THE KEEPSAKE. Edited by Frederic Mansel Reynolds. London: Published by 
Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans; Paris: Delloy and Co. n.d. [1839] 
[Printer: Printed by William Wilcockson, Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane]
Octavo. First edition. Original full red morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands on spine. 272 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Eleven 
plates. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Upper cover and spine a trifle 
rubbed.
	See Faxon 1500. Faxon's copy does not include the Paris imprint. The 
	vignette title-page does not appear on the list of plates nor does it appear 
	to be included in Faxon's total of plates.
724
[KEITH (Charles)] The Har'st Rig, and the Farmer's Ha': two poems, in the Scottish 
dialect. Second edition, corrected. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ruthven and Sons. 
1801
12mo in 4s. Second edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 64 pp. Additional engraved title-page. Ink 
signature on upper paste-down endpaper. A little grimed. 
	NCBEL II,2027.  NCBEL only gives the date of the second edition. Jackson, 
	Annals, p. 252. 
725
KENNEDY (George Blair) The Curse of Dunae; and other poems. Jedburgh: Printed 
for the author. 1822 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo in 12s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 179 pp. 1/2-title. 
Bookseller's label on upper paste-down endpaper: Sold by J. Moodie Miller, 
Bookseller, 2 Lindsay Place, Edinburgh. Lacks backstrip. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 505. The Johnson copy. 
726
KENNEDY (James) Glenochel; a descriptive poem. In two volumes. Glasgow: 
Printed by R. Chapman, and sold by Brash & Reid, G. Lumsden, J. Steven & Co., 
and W. Turnbull, Glasgow; A. Constable & Co., Edinburgh; Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, 
and Longman & Co. London. 1810 
Octavo in 4s. Two volumes. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spines blocked in gilt. 308;408 pp. !/2-title in each 
volume. Folding coloured map as frontispiece in volume 1. Largely unopened.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 338. Johnson 506. The Johnson copy.
727
KENNEDY (William) Fitful Fancies. Edinburgh: Published by Oliver & Boyd, 
Tweeddale Court; and Geo. B. Whittaker, London. 1827 [Printer: Oliver & Boyd, 
Printers]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-maroon calf, brown sand grain cloth 
boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 191 pp. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 529. 
728
KENYON (John) Rhymed Plea for Tolerance. In two dialogues. With a prefatory 
dialogue. Second edition. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1839 [Printer: 
London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers to the Queen, Whitefriars]
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary full brown calf, rebacked, original 
backstrip laid-down. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering 
piece. Raised gilt bands. [135] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). Piece cut from 1/2-title (presentation 
affected). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ex-library copy. Covers a 
little worn.
	NCBEL III,387. First published in 1833. NCBEL says that this edition is "rev. 
	with addns". 
729
KERR (Symon) Scotish [sic] Poems, Songs, &c. Perth: Printed by R. Morison, for 
Will. Morison; W. Creech, Edinburgh; and Longman & Rees, London. 1802 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in full mottled calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. [137] 
pp. Errata leaf at end. Spine worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 266. Johnson 509. The Johnson copy. 
730
KESTRTONE (A.) [pseud.] Satan versus the Tee-totals. A satire. By A. Kestrtone, 
ex-Governor of his Satanic Majesty's House of Correction. London: Printed by J. 
Taylor, 119 Fleet Street. 1837
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 30 pp. Four plates. 
731
KING (Harriet Rebecca) Poems. Salisbury: Printed and sold by Brodie and 
Dowding. Sold also by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row, London. 1823
Octavo in 8s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [64] 
pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 495. Jackson, Women, King 1(a). Johnson 510.
732
KING (James)  A Poem on Leigh Park, the seat of Sir George Thos. Staunton, Bart. 
London: Published by Whittaker, Treacher and Co., Ave-Maria Lane. 1829 
[Printer: Skelton, Pr., Havant] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original plain drab wrappers. 54 pp. Vignette on title-page. 
Tear to C3. Lacks backstrip. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 511. The Johnson copy. 
733
KINGLAKE (William Chapman) Byzantium. A poem, which obtained the 
Chancellor's Medal at the Cambridge Commencement M.DCCC.XXX in Prolusiones 
Academicë prëmiis annuis dignatë et in Curia Cantabrigiensi 
recitatë Comitiis Maximis A.D. M.DCCC.XXX. Cantabrigië: Typis 
Academicis excudit Joannes Smith. 1830
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-blue calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 91 pp. Bound with: Prolusiones 
Academicë...M.DCCC.XIX. see: TENNYSON. Timbuctoo. 1829. [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
734
[KINGLAKE (William C.)] The Taking of Jerusalem in the First Crusade. 
[Cambridge: 1832] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. 12 pp. Ink inscription on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
735
KNIGHT (H.Gally) Phrosyne: a Grecian tale. Alashtar: an Arabian tale. London: 
John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1817 [Printer: J. M'Creery, Printer, Black Horse 
Court, Fleet Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper wrappers, uncut. 112 pp. Damp-stained.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 423. 
736
KNIGHT (Henry Gally) Eastern Sketches, in verse. Second edition. London: John 
Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1819 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
edges. Blind inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. [208] pp. 1/2-
title. Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Edges a little rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 442. 
737
KNIGHT (Henry Gally) Poems on Various Subjects. Fourth edition. London: John 
Murray, Albemarle Street. 1837 [Printer: G. Woodfall, Angel Court, Skinner 
Street, London]
Octavo. Fourth edition. Rebound in 1/4-brown calf, drab linen texture cloth 
boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 184 pp. 1/2-title. 
738
KNOWLES (James Sheridan)  The Daughter. A play, in five acts. London: Edward 
Moxon, Dover Street. 1837 [Printer: London: Printed by Bradbury and Evans, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper wrappers, hand-lettered title on spine. 
108 pp. Some worming to first two gatherings, text unaffected, some neatly 
repaired. A trifle foxed. 
	See NCBEL,III,1132. Title listed only as part of Plays...1838
739
KNOWLES (James Sheridan) Woman's Wit or, love's disguises. A play, in five acts. 
Second edition. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1838 [Printer: London: 
Bradbury and Evans, Printers to the Queen, Whitefriars]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 120 pp. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Knowles. 
740
KNOX (Patrick) Poems. By Patrick Knox, Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Printed for George 
King, 38 St. Nicholas Street. 1827 [Printer: Aberdeen: Printed by R. Cobben & Co.] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original cream printed paper boards. [124] pp. 
Evidence of an ink signature on upper free endpaper. Some foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 517. The Johnson copy.
741
KNOX (William) The Lonely Hearth, and other poems. North Shields: Printed for 
the author by J.K. Pollock, 15 Union-Street. 1818 
Octavo in 6s. Contemporary 1/2-tan morocco, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. [145] 
pp. 1/2-title. Errata leaf tipped-in at end. Bound with KNOX. Songs of Israel. 
1824 [item 742]
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 518. The Johnson copy.
742
KNOX (William) Songs of Israel; consisting of lyrics, founded upon The History 
and Poetry of the Hebrew Scriptures. Edinburgh: John Anderson, Jun., 55, North 
Bridge Street; and Simpkin and Marshall, London. 1824 [Printer: Edinburgh: 
Arch. Allardiece and Co. Printers, Gosford's Close]
Octavo in 12s. Contemporary 1/2-tan morocco, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 
140 pp. 2 pp. of advertisements at end (April 1824). 
Bound with: KNOX. The Lonely Hearth. 1818 [item 741]
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
 
743
[L. (J.M.)(Ed.)] The Sacred Harp. Second series. London: Darton and Clark. Holborn 
Hill. n.d. [1839] [Printer: City Press, 1 Long Lane; D.A. Doudney]
32mo. in 8s. First edition. Original black diaper grain cloth, a.e.g. Upper cover 
blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 208 
pp. Engraved title-page. Frontispiece. Upper hinge cracked. Ink inscriptions on 
upper free endpaper. 
	Contains poetry by Barton, Campbell, Coleridge, Mrs. Hemans, Milman and 
	Montgomery.
744
LADY (A) Poems, Moral & Entertaining. Doncaster: Printed by W. Sheardown, 
High-Street; at his Office, High Street Buildings. 1808 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in grey paper boards, uncut. [155] pp. List of subscribers 
(7 pp.). S2 marked. A trifle foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 323. Jackson, Women, Lady 27. Johnson 707. The 
	Johnson copy. 
745
LADY (A) "Time Well Spent;" or, amusement combined with useful instruction for 
children of from five to twelve years of age, by a well-wisher to the promotion 
of religion and virtue. A new edition. London: Printed for Sherwood, Neely, and 
Jones, Paternoster-Row. 1816 [Printer: John M'Creery, Printer, Black Horse Court, 
London]
12mo. in 6s. New edition, [with additions]. Contemporary full mottled calf. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece. 36 pp. Dated ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. Gilt prize label on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. 
746
LAING (Alexander) The Caledonian Itinerary; or, a tour on the banks of the Dee. 
A poem, with historical notes, from the best authorities. In two volumes. 
Aberdeen: Printed for the author. 1819
Octavo in 6s. Two volumes in one. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-brown calf, old 
marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 218;199 pp. Errata leaf 
in volume 2. K-4 in volume 2 is frayed with loss of some letters. List of 
subscribers in volume 2 (6 pp.). Text browned and marked. Some foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 520.
747
LAING (Alexander) The Eccentric Magaziner; a collection of anecdotes, eptiaphs, 
bon mots, conundrums, &c. &c. Selected from reviews, magazines, and other 
publications. In prose and verse. Aberdeen: Printed for and sold by the author. 
1820 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 70 pp. 
Contains the errata. Bound with: LAING. The Caledonian Itinerary. 2 volumes. 
1819 [not catalogued] and LAING. The Eccentric Magaziner. 1821 [item 748].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 521. The Johnson copy.
748
LAING (Alexander) The Eccentric Magaziner; a collection of anecdotes, eptiaphs, 
bon mots, conundrums, &c. &c. Selected from reviews, magazines, and other 
publications. In prose and verse. Aberdeen: Printed for and sold by the author. 
1821 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 72 pp. 
Contains the errata. Bound with: LAING. The Caledonian Itinerary. 2 volumes. 
1819 [not catalogued] and LAING. The Eccentric Magaziner. 1820 [item 747].
	Not in Jackosn, Annals. Johnson 521. The Johnson copy.
749
[LAING (Alexander)] The Raid O'Fearn; or battle o' Sauch, a legendary ballad. 
Breechin: Printed for A. Black, Bookseller. 1835 [Printer: Printed by Black and 
Co.] 
Octavo in 12s. Single folded leaf. A little foxed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 740. The Johnson copy. Johnson incorrectly 
	gives the printer as A. Black.
750
LAKE (J.W.)  Fridolin, translated from Schiller's Ballad of Fridolin, oder der Gang 
nach dem Eisenhammer, into English verse. With eight illustrations from Retzsch. 
London: Ackermann, Repository of Arts, 96, Strand; Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street. 
1829 [Printer: Paris: Printed by Rignoux, 8, Francs-Bourgeois-Saint-Michel's 
Street]
Long 12mo. in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 23 pp. 1/2-title. No plates.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 544. 
751
LAMB (George) The Poems of Caius Valerius Catullus translated. With a preface 
and notes. In two volumes. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1821 
[Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. Two volumes in one. First edition. Rebound J. Leighton in 1/2-brown 
morocco, cream morocco grain cloth boards. Upper cover and spine blocked in 
blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Raised bands. [180];160 pp. 1/2-
title in each volume. Errata slip for both volumes tipped-in in volume 1. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Dated signature label on upper free 
endpaper. A trifle foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 473.
752
LAMB (Sir James Bland, Bart.) The Birth and Triumph of Love. With the original 
designs by an illustrious personage. 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 
Octavo. New edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, greyish green boards. Hand 
lettering on spine. 56 pp. 1/2-title Twenty-five plates. Evidence of dated ink 
inscription on upper paste-down endpaper.
NCBEL II,644. First published in 1796. Lamb is listed under his original name, 
	Burges. Jackson, Annals, p. 489. Jackson calls both this and the edition that 
	appeared in 1822, new. 
753
LAMB (William) Epilogue to the Comedy of the Fashionable Friends, performed 
at Strawberry-Hill, 1801. Written by the Hon. William Lamb & spoken by the 
Hon. Anne S. Damer, in the character of Lady Selina Vappour. 1801 [Printer: 
London: J. Barfield, Printer, No. 91, Wardour-street, Soho]
Quarto single folded sheet. First edition. [2] pp. 
754
[LANDON (Lëtitia E.)] The Poetical Works of L.E.L. New edition. London: 
Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green. 1827 [Printer: London: 
Printed by A. & R. Spottiswoode, New-Street- Square]
Octavo. First edition. Three volumes. Contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. Covers 
and spines blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised 
bands. Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. 326; 310;[328] pp. 1/2-title in 
each volume. Frontispiece and vignette title-page in each volume. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at end of volume including the Improvisatrice. A trifle foxing 
and damp-staining.
	NCBEL III,531. Jackson, Annals, p. 532. Jackson, Women, Landon 5(a). 
755
[LANDON (Lëtitia E.)] The Easter Gift, a religious offering. By L.E.L. London: 
Fisher, Son & Co. 1832 [Printer: London: Printed by Fisher, Son & Jackson]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in full black morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt inside dentelles. 40 pp. Engraved title-
page. Thirteen plates. Ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Covers marked. 
	See NCBEL III,532. NCBEL only records a copy of [1838]. Not in Jackson, 
	Annals. Jackson, Women, Landon 8(a). 
756
[LANDON (Lëtitia E.)] The Miscellaneous Poetical Works of L.E.L. London: 
Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. 1835 [Printer: London: J. Moyes, Castle 
Street, Leicester Square]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. 352 
pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on verso of title-page. Foxed. 
	NCBEL III,531. Jackson, Annals, p. 588. Jackson, Women, Landon 9.
757
[LANDON (Lëtitia E.)] The Vow of the Peacock, and other poems. By L.E.L. 
London: Saunders and Otley, Conduit Street. 1835 [Printer: London: J. Moyes, 
Castle Street, Leicester Square]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers blocked in blind and 
gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 352 pp. Frontispiece. 
	NCBEL III,532. Jackson, Annals, p. 592. Jackson, Women, Landon 10. 
758
LANDSBOROUGH (David) Arran: a poem. In six cantos. By the Rev. David 
Landsborough, Minister of Stevenston. Edinburgh: William Blackwood; and T. 
Cadell, Strand, London. 1828 [Printer: P. Neill, Printer]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-rose calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 167 pp. 1/2-
title. Additional engraved title-page with vignette. Upper cover a little bumped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 535. 
759
THE LASH; a satire without notes. London: Printed for Bone and Hone, Opposite 
Somerset House, Strand. 1809 [Printer: W. Lewis, Printer, Paternoster-Row]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on upper 
cover. 48 pp. 1/2-title.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 330. 
760
[LATROBE (Charles J.)] The Solace of Song. Short poems suggested by scenes 
visited on a continental tour, chiefly in Italy. London: Published by R.B. Seeley 
and W. Burnside; and sold by L. and G. Seeley, Fleet Street. 1837 [Printer: Printed 
by L. and G. Seeley, Thames Ditton, Surrey]
Octavo. First edition. Original red morocco grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in 
blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 243 pp. 1/2-
title. Additional engraved title-page with vignette. Eleven plates. Binder's label 
on lower paste-down endpaper (Bound by Westleys & Clark, London). Ex-Signet 
Library copy. Lacks lower free endpaper. Joints cracked. Covers a little marked.
761
THE LAUREL. Fugitive poetry of the nineteenth century. A new edition. London: 
Charles Tilt, Fleet Street. 1838 [Printer: Chiswick: Printed by C. Whittingham]
12mo. New edition. Uncut in the original purple diced cloth. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 368 pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. 
Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Prize presentation tipped-
in on upper free endpaper. Spine a little faded.
	First published in 1830. Contains poetry by, among others, Byron, 
	Coleridge, Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth, Rogers, Scott, Clare and Southey.
762
[LAW (Elizabeth Susan), Lady Colchester] Il Vilaggio Abbandonato; dall'Inglese di 
Oliver Goldsmith. Recato in verso italiano con altri poemi. Da E.S.L. London: J. 
Rodwell, New Bond Street. 1832 [Printer; London: Ibotson an dPalmer, Printers, 
Savoy Street, Strand]
Octavo. Second edition. Original blue morocco grain cloth. Upper cover and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. 36 pp. 1/2-title. Author's 
dated signed presentation copy (upper paste-down endpaper). Bound with her: 
Il Viaggiatore. 1832 [item 763].
	First published in 1825. Jackson, Annals, p. 567. Jackson, Women, Law 
	1(b). Contains poems by Law.
763
[LAW (Elizabeth Susan), Lady Colchester] Il Viaggiatore, dall'Inglese di Oliver 
Goldsmith. Recato in verso Italiano, con altri poemi, e dedicato a sua eccelenza il 
duca di Somerset da E.S.L. Not published. [London:] Printed for J. Rodwell, New 
Bond Street. 1832 [Printer: London: Ibotson and Palmer, Printers, Savoy Street, 
Strand]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original blue morocco grain cloth. Upper cover and 
spine blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. [60] pp. 1/2-title. 
Author's dated signed presentation copy (upper paste-down endpaper). Bound 
with her: Il Villaggio Abbandonato. 1832. [item 762].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 567. Jackson, Women, Law 2. Also includes translations 
	of Scott and Byron.
764
[LAW (Elizabeth Susan)] Miscellaneous Poems. Dedicated to Joseph Jekyll, Esq. By 
E.S.L. Not published. 1832 [Printer: London: Ibotson and Palmer, Savoy Street, 
Strand]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Full contemporary russia, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 104 pp. Author's initialled 
presentation copy (verso of upper free endpaper). Bound with: [LAW]. Giustina. 
1833. [item 765]
	Jackson, Annals, p. 568. Jackson, Women, Law 3. 
765
[LAW (Elizabeth Susan)] Giustina: a Spanish tale of real life. A poem in three 
cantos. By E.S.L. Not published. 1833 [London: Ibotson and Palmer, Savoy Street, 
Strand]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Full contemporary russia, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 63 pp. Author's initialled 
presentation copy (verso of upper free endpaper). Bound with: [LAW]. 
Miscellaneous Poems. 1832. [item 764].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 573. Jackson, Women, Law 4. 
766
LAW (James Sylvius) The Irish Catholic; a patriotic poem, in five cantos. 
Dedicated, by permission, to the Right Honourable, the Earl of Fingall. Belfast: 
Printed by Joseph Smyth, published by H. Fitzpatrick, Capel Street, Dublin, and to 
be had of the principal booksellers throughout the Kingdom. 1813
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 116 pp. 1/2-
title. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 525. The Johnson copy.
767
[?LAWLER (C.F.)] Bonaparte in Paris! or, the flight of the Bourbons! A poem, by 
Peter Pindar, Esq. London: Published by John Fairburn, 2, Broadway, Ludgate-
Hill. n.d. [1815] [Printer: W. Marchant, Printer, Ingram-Court, Fenchurch-Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper wrappers. 26 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 390.
768
[?LAWLER (C.F.)] R---l Loggerheads! or, the Congress of State Tinkers!! A poem, 
by Peter Pindar, Esq. London: Published by John Fairburn, 2, Broadway, Ludgate- 
hill. [1815] [Printer: Printed by W. Marchant, Ingram-Court, Fenchurch-Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
26 pp. Hole on title-page, date obliterated. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 399.  
769
LAWRENCE (Mrs. [Rose]) The Last Autumn at a favourite Residence. With other 
poems. Second edition, with many additions. Liverpool: Printed for G. and J. 
Robinson; and Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green, London. 1829 [Printer: 
George Smith, Printer]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Uncut in the original pink paper boards. 160 pp. 
1/2-title. Contains the errata. Some worming to inside margin. Spine faded and a 
little frayed.
	First published in 1828. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Lawrence 
	1 (b). 
770
LAWSON (Edward)  Relics of Melodino. Translated by Edward Lawson, Esq. from 
an unpublished manuscript, dated 1645. London: Printed by T. Davison, 
Lombard- Street, Whitefriars; and published by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 
Paternoster-Row. 1815
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original green paper boards, rebacked in 1/4-
diagonal grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 244 pp. Text a 
trifle marked. Covers and spine worn, boards frayed with pieces of paper 
covering missing. Lacks lettering piece.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 399.
771
THE LAWYER. [A satirical poem]. n.d. [London: c.1800] [Printer: No printer's 
imprint] 
Folio. Disbound. [3] pp. Vignette at head of poem.
	Anonymous in the British Library catalogue which suggests [London 
	c.1800].
772
LAYTON (G.) Castle-Barnard, a poem. Barnard-Castle: Printed by and for J. 
Atkinson; and for G. Atkinson, Darlington. 1823  
12mo. in 6s. Original printed paper boards. [62] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. One 
plate. Two folding plates. Vignette on title-page. Spine chipped. Upper cover 
loose.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 526. The Johnson copy.
773
LEACH (Stephen) The Gospel Versified: or, spiritual songs for Messiah's Kingdom, 
showing the constitution and joy thereof. Never before published. Southampton: 
Printed & sold by T. Baker, in the High Street; sold also by G. Wilkie, Paternoster 
Row, London; and by the author, Romsey. 1800 
12mo. in 6s. Contemporary full mottled calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 209 pp. Upper 
joint amateurishly repaired. Edges rubbed and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 527. The Johnson copy. 
774
LEADBEATER (Mary) Poems, by Mary Leadbeater, (late Shackleton) to which is 
prefixed her translation of the thirteenth book of the íneid; with the Latin 
original, written in the fifteenth century, by Maffëus. Dublin: Printed for 
the author; and published by Martin Keene, College-Green; and Longman, Hurst, 
Rees and Orme, London. 1808 [Printer: Colles, Printer, Cope-Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 
[420] pp. Contains the errata leaf. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Slight scattered foxing. Joints cracked.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 322. Jackson, Women, Leadbetter 1. 
775
LEE (R.G.) The Ransom of Manilla; or, England's Ally. An historical play in five 
acts. London: Printed and sold by T. Wilkins, No. 23, Aldermanbury. Sold also by 
J. Parsons, No. 57, Paternoster Row, and Mr. Lewis, Ruffel Street, Covent Garden. 
1793
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. 88 pp. Bookseller's label on upper paste-down endpaper 
(T.Connolly, Bookseller, 10, Up. Ormond Quay, Dublin).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
776
LEECH (Miss [Margaret]) Poems, on various subjects. By Miss Leech. London: 
Printed by Whittingham and Rowland, Goswell Street. 1816
Quarto. First edition. Original blue paper boards. Rebacked in cream paper, 
original label on spine. 195 pp. Errata list on 2C1. Ink signature on upper paste-
down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 410. Jackson, Women, Leech 1. 
777
LEES (Edwin) Christmas and the New Year; a masque for the fire side. Second 
edition. Worcester: Printed for the author, and sold by all booksellers. n.d. 
[?c.1828] [Printer: Lees, Printer, Worcester] 
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Original printed paper boards. 48 pp. Frontispiece. 
Spine rubbed and a trifle chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 530. The Johnson copy. 
778
LEFANU (Alicia) Rosara's Chain: or, the choice of life. A poem. By Alicia Lefanu, 
niece to the right honourable Richard Brinsley Sheridan. Third edition. London: 
Printed for M.J. Godwin and Co., at the Juvenile Library, 41 Skinner-Street. 1815 
[Printer: Printed by Joyce Gold, Shoe-Lane, London]
12mo. in 8s. Third edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 108 pp. Frontispiece. 
Four plates. Spine slightly rubbed.
	First published in 1812. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Lefanu 
	2(c).  
779
LEIGH (Chandos) Epistles to a Friend in Town, Golconda's Fàte, and other poems. 
New edition, with additions. London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, New 
Burlington Street. 1831 [Printer: London: Printed by Samuel Bentley, Dorset 
Street, Fleet Street]
Octavo. New edition. Original black sand grain cloth. Gilt lettering piece. [328] pp. 
Spine a trifle frayed.
	First published in 1826. Jackson, Annals, p. 560. 
780
LEIGH (Lord) Poems, now first collected. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 
1839 [Printer: London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers to the Queen, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original brown ribbed grain cloth, rebacked, 
original backstrip laid- down. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 402 
pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at front. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Rubber-stamp on title-page. Largely unopened. 
781
LENNOX-CONYNGHAM (Mrs. George) [(Elizabeth Emmet Lennox-Conyngham)] The 
Dream, and other poems. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1833 [Printer: 
Printed by J. Harrison and Son, Orchard Street, Westminster]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full brown diced calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Raised gilt bands. [168] pp. Edges a little rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 572. Jackson, Women, Lennox-Conyngham 1.
782
LENNOX-CONYNGHAM (Mrs. George) [(Elizabeth Emmet Lennox-Conyngham)] 
Hella, and other poems. London: Edward Churton, Library, Holles Street. 1836 
[Printer: Printed by J. Harrison and Son, Orchard Street, Westminster]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full brown diced calf. Upper covers rejointed. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Raised gilt bands. [242] pp. Boards 
detached. Spine and edges rubbed.
783
[LEVEL (Lubin)] Stanzas on the Intended New Line of Road from Potticar Lane to 
Leyburn Hole; with an account of the memorable events which have occurred on 
Gateshead Fell; and additional notes by the publisher. Newcastle: Printed for and 
published by John Sykes, bookseller, Johnson's Head, Newcastle. 1825 [Printer: 
Newcastle: Printed by T. & J. Hodgson, Union Street] 
Octavo. Rebound in grey sand grain cloth. [16] pp. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 533. The Johnson copy.
784
[LEYDEN (John)(Ed.)] Scotish [sic] Descriptive Poems; with some illustrations of 
Scotish [sic] literary antiquities. Edinburgh: Printed by and for Mundell & Son; 
and for Longman & Rees, London. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-blue morocco, patterned sand grain 
cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. 
[256] pp. Advertisements paginated continously at end.  Ink signature on 
dedicatory leaf.
	NCBEL III,388. Jackson, Annals, p. 274.
785
LICKBARROW (Isabella) Poetical Effusions. By Isabella Lickbarrow, Kendal. 
Kendal: Printed for the authoress, by M. Branthwaite & Co. sold by J. Richardson, 
91 Royal Exchange, London and by all other booksellers. 1814 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original blue paper boards. 131 pp. Errata slip tipped-
in at end. Dated ink signature of Anne Frederica Elizabeth le Fleming, one of the 
subscribers. Spine frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 385. Jackson, Women, Lickbarrow 1. Johnson 535. The 
	Johnson copy.
786
LIETCH (D.Ross) Poetic Fragments. Tynemouth: Printed and published by J. 
Philipson, Tyne Street; and Simpkin, Marshall and Co. Paternoster Row, London. 
1838 
Octavo in 4s. Original black diaper grain patterned cloth. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 232 pp. Errata slip tipped-in at end. Shaken. Spine frayed. 
	Johnson 536. The Johnson copy. 
787
THE LIFE AND DEATH OF TOM CARELESS: to which is added, the history of Will 
Worthy & Nancy Wilmot; giving an account of the sudden death of Nancy 
Wilmot, as she was dancing with Will Worthy on the Green, on the evening of the 
day they were married; the serious reflections made by Will on that awful event, 
and the happy consequences that followed. London: Printed and sold by J. Evans 
and Sons, Long-Lane; sold also by F. Collins, 60, Paternoster Row; and by J. 
Nisbet, 15, Castle-Street, Oxford-Street. n.d. [c.1815]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. 8 pp.
788
LILLEY (Thomas) The Battle of the Nile. And other poems. Ashby-de-la-Zouch: 
Printed and sold by T. Wayte, sold also by W. Hextall. 1835
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original greenish blue patterned sand 
grain cloth. Paper label on spine. 56 pp. A little worn. Paper label frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 585. Johnson 537.
789
LINDSAY (Lord) Poems and Poetical Fragments. Wigan: J. Brown, Standishgate. 
1838 [Printer: J. Brown, Printer, Wigan] 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in full black morocco. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 107 pp. Scattered foxing.
	Johnson 538. The Johnson copy.
790
LINNECAR (Richard) The Miscellaneous Works of Richard Linnecar, of Wakefield. 
Leeds: Printed by Thomas Wright. 1789 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. 309 pp. List of 
subscribers (33 pp.). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Backstrip 
frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 149. Johnson 1881. The Johnson copy.
791
THE LIONS' LADY; or, "how come you so?" A burlesque burletta, in two acts. 
London: Printed by C. Whiting, Beaufort House, Strand. 1st April, 1838
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Stitched as issued. 32 pp. Erratum slip tipped-in at 
front. 
792
LISTER (Thomas) The Rustic Wreath. Poems, moral, descriptive, & Miscellaneous. 
By Thomas Lister, Barnsley. Leeds: Printed for the author, by Anthony Pickard, 
Cross-Court, Top of Briggate; and sold by Darton and Harvey, London. 1834
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in cream paper boards, paper label on 
spine, uncut. 204 pp. List of subscribers (20 pp.).
	Jackson, Annals, p. 583. Johnson 541. 
793
[LISTER (Thomas Henry) Epicharis, an historical tragedy. By the author of 
Granby. Represented for the first time at Drury Lane Theatre, October 14, 1829. 
London: Henry Colburn and Richard Bentley, New Burlington Street. 1829 
[Printer: London: Ibotson and Palmer, Printers, Savoy Street, Strand]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [116] pp. 
1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). 
	NCBEL III,945. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
794
THE LITERARY CORONAL, for 1828. Glasgow: Printed for Richard Griffin & Co.; J. 
Lothian, Edinburgh and T. Tegg, London. 1828 [Printer: Greenock: Printed at the 
Columbian Press]
12mo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-brown morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 383 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Dated ink signature on upper fly-leaf. A trifle 
scattered foxing. 
	Not in Faxon. Faxon assigns the number 1554 to The Literary Coronal for 
	1825-6 and says it is in 3 vols. Contains poetry by Montgomery, 
	Wordsworth, Hemans, Hood and Coleridge.
795
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR; or, cabinet of poetry and romance. Edited by Alaric A. 
Watts. London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson and Co., 90, Cheapside, and 8, Pall-
Mall. And A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1825 [Printer: R. Bensley, Bolt Court, 
Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full maroon calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 394 pp. Frontispiece. 
Vignette title-page. Eight plates. Three facsimiles. A little rubbed. 
	See NCBEL III,405. See Faxon 1559. Faxon's copy does not include the 
	Edinburgh imprint. Contains poetry by Scott, Montgomery and Mrs. 
	Hemans.
796
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR; or, cabinet of poetry and romance. Edited by Alaric A. 
Watts. London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co., 5, Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall; 
and A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1826 [Printer: London: Printed by T. and J.B. 
Flindell, 67, St. Martin's-Lane]
24mo. in 6s. First edition. Original full green morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt raised bands. [411] pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten 
plates. Watts's postscript and 9 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	See NCBEL III,405. See Faxon 1560. Faxon's copy does not include the 
	Edinburgh imprint. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans, Montgomery, Barton, 
	Hogg, Clare, Southey and Coleridge.
797
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR; or cabinet of poetry and romance. Edited by Alaric A. 
Watts. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green; and John Andrews. 1827 
[Printer: London: Printed by T. and J.B. Flindell, 67 St. Martin's-Lane]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original red moirè silk cloth, a.e.g. Gilt lettering 
piece on spine. 402 pp. Dedicatory leaf. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Nine 
plates. 
	See NCBEL III,405. See Faxon 1561. Faxon calls for a total of twelve plates 
	but "XII. External Decorations" is not present in this copy. His copy does not 
	have the Andrews imprint. Contains poetry by Hood, Hemans, Coleridge, 
	Southey, Byron and Hogg. 
798
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR; or cabinet of poetry and romance. Edited by Alaric A. 
Watts. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green. 1828 [Printer: London: 
Printed by Bradbury & Co., Bolt Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original cream paper boards. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 406 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten plates. 2 pp. of advertisements 
at end. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Pieces missing from spine. 
Covers marked and a little frayed.  
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1562. Contains poetry by Coleridge, Hemans, 
	Montgomery, Barton, Southey and Clare. 
799
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, & Green. 1829 [Printer: London: Printed by Samuel Manning and 
Co., London-House Yard, St. Paul's]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original red silk, rebacked, original backstrip laid-
down, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 352 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. 
Eleven plates. 16 pp. of advertisements at end. Edges a little rubbed.
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1563. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans, Cornwall 
	and Coleridge. 
800
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown & Green. 1830 [Printer: London: Printed by Samuel Manning and 
Co., London-House-Yard, St. Paul's]
Octavo. First edition. Original pink cloth, t.e.g. Gilt lettering piece on spine. [364] 
pp. Frontispiece. Eleven plates. 16 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine faded and 
frayed. Covers a little faded. Evidence of signature on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Sprung.
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1564. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans, Byron, 
	Cornwall and Montgomery.
801
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown & Green. 1831 [Printer: London: Printed by S. Manning & Co., 
London-House Yard, St. Paul's]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original red moirè cloth boards, a.e.g. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 346 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Eleven plates. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at front. 16 pp. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Edges rubbed and frayed. Covers and spine stained. 
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1565.
802
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, & Green. 1832 [Printer: London: Manning and Smithson, Printers, 4 
London-House-Yard, St. Paul's]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original green morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 344 pp. Frontispiece. Eleven plates. 2 pp. of advertisements 
at front. Upper hinge cracked. 
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1566.
803
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 1833 [Printer: London: Manning and 
Smithson, Printers, 4 London-House-Yard, St. Paul's]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original green morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [308] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Nine plates. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at front. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine a trifle rubbed.
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1567. Contains poetry by Wordsworth and Mrs. 
	Hemans. 
804
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman. 1834 [Printer: London: Manning and Smithson, 
Printers, 4 London-House-Yard, St. Paul's]
12mo. [in 6's]. First edition. Original green morocco, a.e.g.  Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 306 pp. Frontispiece. Nine plates. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at front. Evidence of dated ink signature on upper free 
endpaper. 
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1568.
805
THE LITERARY SOUVENIR, and Cabinet of Modern Art. New Series. Edited by 
Alaric A. Watts. London: Published for the Proprietor, by Whittaker and Co., 
Ave-Maria Lane. 1835 [Printer: London: Printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-Street- 
Square]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full blue crushed morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt raised bands. 224 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette-title page. 
Twenty-three plates. Lacks upper free endpaper. 
	See NCBEL III,405. Faxon 1569.
806
LITTLE (Janet) The Poetical Works of Janet Little, the Scotch Milkmaid. Air: 
Printed by John & Peter Wilson. 1792
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-brown calf, marbled boards, uncut. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt morocco lettering piece. 207 pp.  List of subscribers (17 pp.). 
Contains the errata. Ink signature on upper fly-leaf. Additional poem: To the 
Countess of Loudon - dedicatee of the volumes - before C1.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 178. Jackson, Women, Little 1. Johnson 542.
807
LLEWELLYN (Henry) The Wizard; or, the fatal banquet. A poem. Liverpool: 
Printed for the author, by Thos. Kaye, 42 Castle-Street; sold by Baldwin, Cradock 
and Joy, London; and all booksellers in town and country. 1819 
Octavo. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in blind. 38 pp. 
Covers and spine rubbed and worn. Upper hinge cracked.
	Not in Jackson. Johnson 543. The Johnson copy. Johnson has used the end 
	pagination figure for an imperfect item bound with this item.
808
LLOYD (Charles) The Tragedies of Vittorio Alfieri; translated from the Italian. In 
three volumes. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 
Paternoster Row. 1815 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co.]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Three volumes. Uncut in the original pink paper 
boards, rebacked in grey. New printed paper label on each spine. 365;[372];413 
pp. 1/2-title in volumes 1 and 3. Volume 2 lacks 1/2-title. 
	NCBEL III,389. Jackson, Annals, p. 401.
809
LLOYD (Charles) Nugë Canorë. Poems by Charles Lloyd. Third edition, 
with additions. London: Printed for J. and A. Arch, Cornhill. 1819 [Printer: J. 
M'Creery, Printer, Black Horse Court, London]
Octavo. "Third edition" but actually a new work. Bound in 1/2-calf, marbled 
boards by B. Hunt & Sons, 75 High Street, Birmingham. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. 332 pp. 
1/2-title, still bound as Y5, the conjugate of which is the cancellans of pp. 171-2. 
The original leaf is also present, but slit for cancellation. A little rubbed.
	NCBEL III,389. Jackson, Annals, p. 445. 
810
LLOYD (Charles) Poems. London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, and C. 
and H. Baldwin; and Beilby and Knotts, Birmingham. 1823 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Original drab paper boards, rebacked in 1/4-blue morocco. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [97] pp. Errata leaf at end. 
	NCBEL III,389. Jackson, Annals, p. 495.  
811
LLOYD (John Vaughan) Glyndwr. A poem. By John Vaughan Lloyd, Jesus College, 
Oxford. Ruthin: Robert Jones, Upper-Clwyd-Street. 1826 [Printer: R. Jones, 
Printer, Ruthin]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in cream paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 39 pp. 
Ownership blind-stamp on title-page. Author's signed presentation copy (title-
page). Bound with LLWYD. Beaumaris Bay. [1800] [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 545. The Johnson copy.
812
LLWYD (Richard) Gayton Wake, or Mary Dod; and Her List of Merits. A poem in 
four parts. Chester: Printed by J. Fletcher; and sold in London by E. Williams, No. 
11 Strand, Bookseller to the Duke and Duchess of York, and bookseller of Wales. 
1804
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. 
[63] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Largely unopened. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 278. Johnson 547.
813
LLWYD (Richard) Poems. Tales, odes, sonnets, translations from the British, &c., 
&c. In two volumes. Chester: Printed by J. Fletcher; and sold in London by E. 
Williams, No. 11, Strand, bookseller to the Duke and Duchess of York, and 
bookseller of Wales. 1804
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Two volumes in one. Uncut in the original light blue 
paper boards, rebacked in blue calf, new endpapers and fly-leaves. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. [213] pp. 1/2-title. Volume 2 has only a fly-title. 
Decorative headings throughout. Contains the errata leaf. 1 p. of advertisements 
at end. Ink inscription on 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 281. Johnson 548.
814
LOCHORE (Robert) The Foppish Taylor; or, Francy disgraced. A true tale. Glasgow: 
Printed and sold by Cameron & Murdoch, booksellers and stationers, Trongate. 
1796
12mo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 14 pp. Bound with: EDWARD AND 
EMILY. 1796 [item 373]; [LOCHORE]. Willie's Vision. n.d. [item 816]; DRUMMOND. 
The Man of Age. 1798 [item 359]; EPISCOPUS. Dulness, a poem. 1807 [item 393]; 
QUIZ'EM. Economy. 1811 [item 1138]; [RODGER]. Hints to the Disaffected "Sooty 
Rabble". 1816 [item 1189]; [HANISTON] Elegy on the Much Lamented Death of 
the late Rev. Dr. Balfour. 1818 [item 551] and HOLY WILLIE. A Poetical Epistle to 
the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item 627]. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Lower cover rejointed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 550. The Johnson copy.
815
[LOCHORE (Robert)] Margret and the Minister. A true tale. II. A Morning Walk. 
Glasgow: Printed for and sold by Brash & Reid. n.d. [1796] [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. 8 pp.
816
[LOCHORE (Robert)] Willie's Vision; or the De'il personified by Tam the Collier. A 
true tale. To which are added, A Young Kintry Laird's Courtship and A Jest. By 
the author of The Foppish Taylor, &c., &c. Glasgow: Printed for and sold by 
Cameron & Mudorch, booksellers and stationers, Trongate. n.d. [Printer's imprint:  
[1796] 
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 16 pp. Bound with: EDWARD 
AND EMILY. 1796 [item 373]; LOCHORE. The Foppish Taylor. 1796 [item 614]; 
DRUMMOND. The Man of Age. 1798 [item 359]; EPISCOPUS. Dulness, a poem. 
1807 [item 393]; QUIZ'EM. Economy. 1811 [item 1138]; [RODGER]. Hints to the 
Disaffected "Sooty Rabble". 1816 [item 1189]; [HANISTON] Elegy on the Much 
Lamented Death of the late Rev. Dr. Balfour. 1818 [item 551] and HOLY WILLIE. 
A Poetical Epistle to the Catholic Vindicator. 1819 [item 627]. Lower cover 
rejointed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 551. The Johnson copy.
817
[LOCHORE (Robert)] Tales in Rhyme, and minor pieces; in the Scottish dialect. 
Glasgow: Printed by James Cameron, opposite the College. n.d. [1821] 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in grey paper boards, uncut. Spine blocked in black. 96 pp. 
Slip with author's presentation laid-down on upper paste-down endpaper, 
perhaps when volume was rebound? Two bookplates on upper paste-down 
endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 891. The Johnson copy. The preface notes 
	that "Most of the following Tales were published about twenty-five years 
	ago..." The BL lists under Robert Lochore an 8 pp. poem entitled "Margaret 
	and the Minister" and dates it 1796. So a date of 1821 is more likely than 
	Johnson's 1817. And the author is more conclusively identified as Lochore, 
	as noted in pencil on the upper free endpaper.
818
LOCKHART (Charles) Poems on Various Subjects, in which are blended the 
humourous and pathetic. By Charles Lockhart, Dundonald. Second edition, 
enlarged. Irvine: Printed and published by E. Macquistan. 1830 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original yellow printed paper boards, rebacked. Paper 
label on spine. [156] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Lacks lower free 
endpaper. Marginal tear to E2. Corner torn from M6. Text and boards marked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 552. The Johnson copy. 
819
[LOÊVE-VEIMARS (Franáois Adolphe, Baron)(Ed.)] Popular Ballads 
and Songs, from traditional manuscripts, and scarce editions. Paris: Printed by 
Paul Renouard, No. 22, rue de l'Hirondelle, for Antoine-Augustin Renouard. 1825
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 92 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. A trifle foxed. 
A little faded. Includes items by Scott, Campbell, Moore, Wordsworth, Lewis, 
Burns, Hogg, Cowper and Southey. 
820
LOGAN (Maria) Poems on Several Occasions. Second edition. York: Printed for the 
author, by Wilson, Spence, and Mawman. 1793 
Quarto. Rebound in 1/2-morocco, red morocco grained cloth boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 64 pp. List of subscribers (13 pp.). Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Piece cut from b3 with loss of text. Spine rubbed and a trifle 
frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 185. Jackson, Women, Logan 1(b). Johnson 553. The 
	Johnson copy. 
821
LONDON: a descriptive poem. Illustrated with engravings. London: Printed for 
William Darton, Jun., 58, Holborn Hill, Corner of St. Andrew's Court. 1811 
[Printer: No printer's imprint]
16mo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 28 pp. 
Eight plates. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Dated ink inscription on upper fly-
leaf. A little grimed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
822
THE LOST MUTTON FOUND!! or, the R---l Fly-by-night; a poem: being a despatch 
extraordinary from W-----r Castle. London: Printed and published by John 
Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate-hill. n.d. [1820]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on upper 
cover. 24 pp. Some foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 256. 
823
A LOUNGE IN THE TUILERIES; or, rhymes in the gardens: a satirical poem, in two 
cantos. To which is prefixed an introductory prosaic letter, addressed to the 
English, and which, indeed, some think much more poetical than the poetry!!! 
Second edition, altered and enlarged, with notes, illustrative of sayings and 
doings in Paris. Paris: Printed for the author, by J. Smith, rue Montmorency, No. 
16. 1824
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers. 72 
pp. Piece cut from the title-page. 
824
[?LOVER (Samuel)] The Valentine Post-Bag, containing letters to public 
characters; with notes. By the editors of the Parson's Horn-book. Dublin: Printed, 
published, and sold, by Browne and Sheehan, at the Comet-office, 10, D'Olier-
Street. 1831
12mo. First edition. Uncut in the original cloth boards, paper label on upper 
cover. [108] pp. Frontispiece. Two plates. 4 pp. of advertisements at front. A little 
worn.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Lover. Not in Jackson, Annals. Samuel Lover is the 
	named contributor to the Parson's Horn-book in the BL entry for that item. 
825
THE LOVES OF THE SAINTS; or, the diverting history of Sandy and Bobby: 
shewing how the one came up from Teith and the other from Tophet; and how, 
by the woeful sin of backsliding, they both went to the ----- together. In three 
parts. London: Printed for Knight and Lacey, Paternoster Row; and Westley and 
Tyrrell, Dublin. 1825 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Late 19th century 1/4 cloth, marbled boards, uncut. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 32 pp. Publisher's advertisements at foot of verso of B8 at end of 
text of poem. Tear to B8. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. BL catalogue lists this under "SANDY". 
826
LOWE (John, Jun.) Poems. Manchester: Printed for the Author, by R. & W. Dean & 
Co., Market-Street-Lane. 1803
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, rebacked. 
Paper label on spine. [144] pp. Contains the errata. Some foxing. A little worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 272. Johnson 555.
827
[LOWER (Richard)] Tom Cladpole's Jurney to Lunnun, told by himself, and written 
in pure Sussex doggerel, by his Uncle Tim. Brighton: Printed for the author, and 
sold by W. Leppard; R.W. Lower, Lewes; and all booksellers. 1831 [Printer: 
Leppard, Printer, Brighton] 
12mo. in 8s. Original printed paper wrappers, stitched as issued, disbound. 32 
pp. Dated ink inscription on inside upper cover. A trifle foxed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 565. Johnson 556. The Johnson copy.
828
THE LOYAL MAN IN THE MOON. With thirteen cuts. By the author of The 
Constitutional House that Jack built. London: Printed for C. Chapple, 66, Pall Mall, 
bookseller to His Majesty, and His Royal Highness the Duke of York, and J. 
Johnston, Cheapside. 1820 [Printer: W. Shackell, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, 
London]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 28 pp. Contains 1 p. of 
advertisements at front. Spine a little frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
829
[LUCAS (Charles)] The Old Serpentine Temple of the Druids, at Avebury, in North 
Wilsthire, a poem. Marlborough: Printed by E. Harold, and sold by W. Meyler, 
Bath. 1795 
Octavo in 4s. Original marbled paper wrappers. Evidence of hand-written label 
on upper cover. 31 pp. Folding map. Folding plate.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 201. Johnson 558. The Johnson copy.
830
LUNN (Joseph) Horë Jocosë; or the doggerel decameron. Being ten 
facetious tales in verse. To which are added, some miscellaneous pieces. London: 
Printed for G. and W.B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane. 1823 [Printer: Westminster: 
Printed by G. Hayden, Little College Street]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 199 pp. 1/2-title. 
Bookplate on upper free endpaper. Spine a trifle rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
831
LYTE (Rev. H.F.) Poems, Chiefly Religious. London: James Nisbet, Berners Street; 
and W. Marsh, Oxford Street. 1833 [Printer: Ellerton and Henderson, Printers, 
Gough Square, London]
Octavo. First edition. Original green moiré patterned diagonal grain cloth. Gilt 
printed paper label on spine. [167] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. Roger Senhouse's copy with his signature and 
ms. notes on upper paste-down endpaper. Hinges strengthened. 
	NCBEL III,390. Jackson, Annals, p. 575. 
832
M. (T.) Carmen Jubilantis. Addressed to R.D. and S.H., - P.H. and E. H., - P.H. and 
S.H. - J.J. and A.M.J. - and J.P. January 27 1826 
Single sheet. 1 p. Bound with: JACKSON. An Address to Time. 1808 [item 702].
833
M. (S.) The Asses' Jubilee; a poem, occasioned by a festival held at Northwich, in 
the County Palatine of Chester, commemorative of His Majesty George III having 
reigned fifty years. By S-L-A-N-S  M-T-R-M. Manchester: Printed by J. Gleave, 
Deansgate. 1809
Quarto in 4s. Original blue paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 9 pp. 1/2-title. 
Wrappers frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 34. The Johnson copy.
834
MCCOLL (Evan) The Mountain Minstrel; or, Clörsach nam Beann; consisting of 
original poems and songs, in English and Gaelic. By Evan McColl, Lochfineside. 
Glasgow: Printed for the author. Sold by Maclachlan & Stewart, Edinburgh; W.R. 
M'Phun, and Dugald Moore, Glasgow; J. Lusk, Greenock; and J. Smith, Inverness. 
1836
Octavo in 6s. Original patterned diagonal grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 239 
pp. Contains the errata. List of subscribers (13 pp.). Partly unopened. Spine 
sunned. 
	Johnson 561. The Johnson copy. 
835
M'COLL (Evan) The Mountain Minstrel, or Poems and Songs, in English. Second 
edition, enlarged. Edinburgh: M'Lachlan & Stewart, South Bridge Street; Blackie 
and Son, Queen Street, Glasgow; and F. M'Pherson, Holborn, London. 1838 
[Printer: Glasgow: Printed by W.G.Blackie & Co., Villafield] 
12mo. in 6s. Second edition, enlarged. Original olive green linen texture cloth. 
Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 232 pp. 2 pp. of 
advertisements tipped-in at front. Contains the errata. A little dulled. 
	Johnson 562. The Johnson copy.
836
M'COMB (William) The Dirge of O'Neill; and other poems. Belfast: Printed by 
Francis D. Finlay, Joy's Court. 1817 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-linen, marbled boards. Paper label on spine. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 134 pp. Lightly marked throughout. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 563. The Johnson copy.
837
M'COMB (William) The School of the Sabbath; a poem. Belfast: Printed by T. Mairs 
& Co., Donegall-Street; and sold by the principal booksellers, in the United 
Kingdom. 1822
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in full calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt 
inside dentelles. 144 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-page. 1 plate. Lacks 1/2-
title. Bound with: A SABBATH AMONG THE MOUNTAINS. 1823 [item 1216]. 
Frontispiece and engraved title-page a little damp-stained. 
	Not in Jackson. Johnson 564. The Johnson copy.
838
M'DIARMID (John)(Ed.) The Scrap Book; a collection of amusing and striking 
pieces, in prose and verse: with an introduction, and occasional remarks and 
contributions. [In two volumes]. Fourth edition, revised and improved. [Vol. 2 is 
third edition, revised and improved]. Edinburgh: Published by Oliver & Boyd, 
Tweeddale-Court; and Geo. B. Whittaker, London. 1825 [Printer: Printed by 
Oliver & Boyd]
Octavo. Fourth edition/third edition. Two volumes. Newly rebound in 1/4-calf, 
boards. Spines blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece on each spine. 
494;476 pp. 
	First published 1821. Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Byron, 
	Wordsworth, Southey, Scot, Hogg, Moore, Montgomery, Crabbe and 
	Campbell.
839
MACDONALD (David) The Mountain Heath; consisting of original poems and 
songs. By David Macdonald, Inverness. Inverness: Printed for the author. Sold by 
M'Lauchlan & Stewart, Edinburgh; W.R. M'Phun, Glasgow; D. M'Pherson, Ebury 
Street, Pimlico, London; K. Douglas, Inverness; and J. Wilson, Forres. 1838 
[Printer: Inverness: Printed by A. Fraser] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on spine. 204 
pp. 1/2-title. Dampstain to preliminaries. Slightly foxed throughout. Spine 
slightly frayed.
	Johnson 566. The Johnson copy. 
840
MACDONALD (John Paul) A Keppoch Song: a poem, in five cantos; being the origin 
and history of the family, alias, Donald, Lord of the Isles, carried down to its 
extinction, with a continuation of the family of Keppoch; the whole combined 
with the history of Scotland, with notes and references, and concluding with an 
analysis of the Scotch Acts of Parliament, relative to the Douglas Association; and 
an address to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, &c. &c. By John Paul 
Macdonald, private teacher in Stonehaven. Montrose: Printed for the author at 
the Review Office, by James Watt. 1815 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/4-calf, linen texture cloth boards, uncut. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised bands. [264] pp. Contains the errata. Title-page relaid. Title-page a 
little frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 394. Johnson 567. The Johnson copy.
841
MACDONALD (William) Poems. Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsay and Co. for 
the author; and sold by Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh, and Constable, 
Hunter, Park, and Hunter, London. 1809
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, grey paper boards. 
[172] pp. List of subscribers (14 pp.). Partly unopened. Upper free endpaper 
frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
842
[MACFIE (C.)] Stolen Hours: a collection of pieces, chiefly poetic. By C.M.E.M., the 
wife of a naval officer. Glasgow: W.R. M'Phun; London: Simpkin & Marshall; 
Dublin: W.F. Wakeman. 1836 
Octavo in 6s. Original patterned sand grain cloth. Paper label on spine. 224 pp. 
Dated ink signature on title-page. Marked throughout. Shaken. Spine frayed. 
Label chipped.
	Johnson 569. The Johnson copy.
843
MACGREGOR (James) Albyn's Vale, and other poems. Edinburgh: A. Constable & 
Co., and Oliver & Boyd; Robertson & Atkinson, and Reid & Henderson, Glasgow: J. 
Hislop, Greenock; Longman & Co., London. 1824 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound by Smith of Glasgow in 3/4-blue morocco, blue linen 
cloth. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 120 pp. Binder's label on 
lower paste-down endpaper: John Smith & Son (Glasgow), Ltd., Bookbinders, 
57/61 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow. Corners bumped. Some foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 570. The Johnson copy.
844
MACINTYRE (W.) Poems, Sentimental and Humorous. By W. Macintyre, 
Argyllshire. Glasgow: Robertson & Atkinson; James Robertson and Co., Edinburgh; 
William Ralston, Campbelton. 1825 [Printer: N.p.: J. Starke, Printer] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in full green linen texture cloth. Gilt lettering piece on 
spine. Uncut. [160] pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Some scattered foxing 
throughout.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 571. The Johnson copy.
845
MACKAY (Alexander) Original Songs and Poems, in English and Gaelic. By 
Alexander Mackay, Butler at Moyhall. Inverness: Printed at the Journal Office. 
1821 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, marbled boards, uncut. [196] pp. Errata leaf 
at end. List of subscribers (18 pp.). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Some foxing throughout.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 572. The Johnson copy.
846
[MACKEN (John)] Lays on Land. By Ismael Fitzadam, formerly able seaman on 
board the --- Frigate....London: John Warren, Old Bond-Street. 1821 [Printer: 
London: Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland-Court]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Two 
gilt lettering pieces. [168] pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 470. Halkett & Laing identify the author as Macken. The 
	British Library identifies the author as Macker. Jackson calls him Macker 
	and Kohler calls him Macken. Take your pick!
847
M'KENZIE (Andrew) Poems and Songs, on different subjects. Belfast: Printed by 
Alexander Mackay, News-Letter Office. 1810 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original grey paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. 180 pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (26 pp.). Contains the errata. 
Scattered foxing throughout. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 573. The Johnson copy.
848
MACKENZIE (John) Ocean, Stella, and other poems. By John Mackenzie, D.D. 
Minister of Portpatrick, and one of His Majesty's Chaplains in Ordinary in 
Scotland. Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close, for Macredie, Skelly 
and Muckersy, Princes Street. 1815
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-purple cloth, grey paper covered boards, 
uncut. Spine blocked in gilt. 158 pp. 1/2-title. Ink signatures on 1/2-title and 
title-page. No H8 present but includes I9. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
849
[MACKENZIE (William)] The Sorrows of Seduction, with other poems. London: 
Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-Row, and A. Constable 
and Co., Edinburgh. 1805 [Printer: Printed by J. Roach, Russel-Court]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards, rebacked. Gilt 
lettering piece. [143] pp. Frontispiece. Contains the errata leaf. A trifle foxed. 
Bound with: FINCH. Sonnets and other poems. 1805. [item 413].  
Jackson, Annals, p. 292.  
850
MACLACHLAN (Ewen) Attempts in Verse. Aberdeen: Printed for the author, by J. 
Chalmers & Co. 1807 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in full red sheep, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 
Gilt edges. [62] pp. Author's presentation copy (verso of upper fly-leaf). Author's 
ms. notes to text. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 574. The Johnson copy.
851
MACLACHLAN (Ewen) Metrical Effusions, on a variety of subjects. The second 
edition, enlarged and improved. By Ewen Maclachlan, A.M. teacher of the 
Grammar School, Old Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Printed by D. Chalmers & Co. 1816
Octavo in 6s. Second edition, enlarged and improved. Uncut in the original cream 
paper boards. Paper label on spine. 276 pp. Ink signature on upper free 
endpaper. Spine frayed. Label chipped. A trifle foxed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 575. The Johnson copy.
852
M'LAREN (William) Isabella; or, the robbers; a poetical tale of the olden times: 
and other poems. Edinburgh: Printed for the Author. 1831 [Printer: Printed by G. 
Cornwall, Cruden's Court, 22, Broad Street, Aberdeen]
Octavo in 6s. Fourth edition. Uncut in the original light green printed boards. 
Upper cover printed in black. 72 pp. 
	First published in 1827. Jackson, Annals, p. 561. 
853
M'MULLAN (Mrs. [Mary Anne]) The Naiad's Wreath. London: Printed by W. 
Clowes, Northumberland-Court, Strand; for Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees and Co., 
Paternoster-Row; T. Egerton, Whitehall; and E. Lloyd, Harley-Street. 1816
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [88] 
pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 408. Jackson, Women, M'Mullan 2.
854
M'MULLAN (Mrs. [Mary Anne]) Britain; or, fragments of poetical aberration. 
London: Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland-Court, Strand; for Messrs. 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row; J. Hatchard, Piccadilly; 
and T. Egerton, Whitehall. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Original drab paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on spine. 
[109] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Tear to C4.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 430. Jackson, Women, M'Mullan 3.
855
[MACNEILL (Hector)] The Links o' Forth: or, a parting peep at the Carse o' 
Stirling; a plaint. By Hector Macneil. Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable, 
Edinburgh; Vernor and Hood, London; and Brash and Reid, Glasgow. 1799 
[Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo. Second edition. Disbound. Unpaginated. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements 
at end. Ink signature on 1/2-title.
	NCBEL II,2028. First published in 1795. Jackson, Annals, p. 235. 
856
MACNEILL (Hector) The Pastoral, or lyric muse of Scotland; in three cantos. 
Edinburgh: Printed by George Ramsay and Company, for Archibald Constable and 
Company, Edinburgh; and John Murray, London. 1808
Quarto. First edition. Bound in library binder's cloth. 68 pp. Ex-library copy.
	NCBEL II,2028. See Jackson, Annals, p. 321. Jackson gives a different 
	pagination.
857
[MACNEILL (Hector)] Bygane Times, and late come changes; or, a Bridge Street 
dialogue, in Scottish verse. By the Author of Will and Jean. Edinburgh: Printed 
for William Blackwood, South Bridge Street; and John Murray, Fleet Street, 
London. 1811 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by James Clarke]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, rebacked, new paper 
label on spine. [80] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Boards a little 
worn.
	NCBEL II,2028. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
858
MACPHERSON (Donald) Melodies from the Gaelic, and original poems, with notes 
on the superstitions of the Highlanders, &c. London: Printed for Thomas and 
George Underwood, 32 Fleet Street. 1824 [Printer: D. Jaques, Printer, Chelsea]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Rasied bands. Two gilt lettering 
pieces. [225] pp. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Errata leaf at end. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
859
MACQUEEN (Thomas) The Gloaming Amusements, a variety of poems, on several 
serious and entertaining subjects. By Thomas Macqueen, Mason near Beith. Beith: 
Printed by John Smith. 1831 
18mo. in 9s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. 93 pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 577. The Johnson copy.
860
M'RAE (John) Original Poems and Songs. By John M'Rae, Inverness. Inverness: 
Printed by Fraser, Bruce & Co. for the author; and may be had at the shops of L. 
Grant & Co., W. Ettles, and J. Smith, Booksellers. 1816
12mo. in 4s. Bound in 1/4-calf, original blue paper boards. Spine blocked in 
blind and gilt. Uncut. [210] pp. List of subscribers (16 pp.). Stain to upper 
margin. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 579. The Johnson copy.
861
M'VITIE (William) The Battle of Dryfe Sands; a poem. Dumfries: Printed at the 
Dumfries & Galloway Courier Office, by C. Munro & Co. 1818 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 68 pp. Dated ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 580. The Johnson copy. 
862
[MAGILL (Robert)] The Thinking Few, a poem; dedicated to the Right Worshipful 
Grand Masters of the New Arian Lodge, No. 666, under the patronage of the 
incorporated joint stock company of thinkers in Ireland, commonly known by 
the name of The Free and Fearless Thinking Few. By a Non-subscriber to Arian 
Plate. Belfast: Printed by Alexander Mackay, Jun., News-Letter Office. 1828 
Octavo in 4s. Contemporary full green calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Gilt lettering piece. 38 pp. Slight foxing 
throughout. Spine a little worn. Bound with: MAGILL. Poems on Various Subjects. 
1834 [item 863].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 582. The Johnson copy.
863
MAGILL (Robert) Poems on Various Subjects, chiefly religious; and particularly 
designed for the young. By the Rev. Robert Magill, A.M., Presbyterian Minister of 
Millrow Congregation, Antrim. Belfast: Printed by Stuart and Gregg, 108 High 
Street. 1834 
Octavo in 6s. Contemporary full green calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Gilt lettering piece. 187 pp. A trifle scattered 
foxing. Lacks 1/2-title. Spine a little worn. Bound with: [MAGILL]. The Thinking 
Few. 1828 [item 862].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 581. The Johnson copy.
864
[MAITLAND ()] The Tribute; a panegyrical poem dedicated to the honorable the 
Lady Ann Coke of Holkham Hall. By Philo. Norwich: Printed by W. Upcroft, St. 
Clement's. [1833] 
12mo. in 4s. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. 28 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 918. The Johnson copy.
865
MANDEVILLE (Edw. M.) Miscellaneous Poems. Waterford: Printed by John 
Veacock, Bookseller, on the Quay. 1798 
Octavo. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, light blue paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 196 pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Contains the errata.  Partly 
unopened. Joints cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 583. The Johnson copy. The reference in 
	the Johnson catalogue to "a separate title-page" for "Anarchic Reform" is 
	misleading. It is in fact a fly-title. There are others in the volume.
866
MANGIN (Edward) Hector: a tragedy, in five acts. By J. Ch. J. Luce de Lancival. 
Performed for the first time at the French Theatre, in Paris, February 1st 1809. 
Translated by Edward Mangin. Bath: Printed by M.Gye for Longman, Hurst, Rees 
and Orme, London; J. Upham, Bath; and E. Upham, Exeter. n.d. [1810]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [84] 
pp. Brent Gration-Maxfield's copy with his signature on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
867
MANNERS (Lady) Poems. London: Printed for John Booth, Duke Street, Portland 
Place; G.G. and J. Robinson, Paternoster Row; and B. and J. White, Fleet Street. 
1794 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, light blue paper covered 
boards. 152 pp. 1/2-title. Unopened.
	First published in 1793. Jackson, Annals, p.193. Jackson, Women, Manners 
	1(b). 
868
MANT (Richard) The Book of Psalms, in an English metrical version, founded on 
the basis of the authorized Bible translation, and compared with the original 
Hebrew; with notes critical an dillustrative. Oxford: Printed by W. Baxter, for J. 
Parker; and C. and J. Rivington, St. Paul's Church Yard, and Waterloo Place, 
London. 1824
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full brown calf. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised bands. 506 pp. 1/2-title. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,390. Jackson, Annals, p. 500. 
869
MANT (Richard)  The British Months; a poem, in twelve parts. By Richard Mant, 
Lord Bishop of Down and Connor. In two volumes. London: John W. Parker, West 
Strand. 1835 [Printer: London: John W. Parker, West Strand]
Octavo. Two volumes. First edition. Original blue floral patterned diagonal grain 
cloth. Spines blocked in gilt. [247];-484 pp. 1/2-title to each volume. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper of each volume. Errata slip tipped-in at end of 
volume 1. 24 pp. of advertisements bound in at end of volume 1. Additional 
title-page with advisory slip at end of vol. 2 "for the convenience of purchasers 
who may prefer binding the work in one volume". 
	NCBEL,III,390. Jackson, Annals, p. 585. 
870
MANT (Richard) Ancient Hymns, from the Roman breviary, for domestick use, 
every morning and evening of the week, and on the holy-days of the church: to 
which are added, original hymns, principally of commemoration and 
thanksgiving for Christ's holy ordinances. London: Printed for J.G. & F. Rivington, 
St. Paul's Church Yard, and Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. 1837 [Printer: London: 
Gilbert & Rivington, Printers, St. John's Square]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original purple morocco grain cloth. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 163 pp. Dated ink signature on title-page.
	NCCBEL III,390.
871
MARKHAM (Alexander) The Avenged Bride; a tale of the glens. In four cantos. 
With notes, historical and descriptive of the northern coast of the County of 
Antrim. Belfast: John Hodgson; and R. Milliken & Son, Dublin. 1833 [Printer: 
Printed by Stuart and Gregg, Belfast] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original pink linen texture cloth, rebacked. Modern 
paper label on spine. 242 pp. 1/2-title. Lacks a final blank leaf or advertisement. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 584. The Johnson copy.
872
MARSHALL (John) The Village Pëdagogue, a poem, and other lesser pieces; 
together with A Walk from Newcastle to Keswick. The second edition, with 
additions and improvements. Newcastle: Printed for the author by Preston & 
Heaton. 1817 
12mo. in 4s. Second edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, rebacked. 
[122] pp. Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Contains the 
errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 427. Johnson 589. The Johnson copy. 
873
MARSHALL'S CHRISTMAS BOX, a juvenile annual. London: W. Marshall, 1, 
Holborn Bars. 1832 [Printer: London: Printed by W.J. Ruffy, 29 Budge Row]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original full green morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [216] pp. Frontispiece. Seven plates. 4 pp. of 
advertisements at end. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Upper hinge 
cracked. 
	Faxon 1589. Contains poetry by Bernard Barton.
874
MARTIN (Henry) Sonnets and Miscellaneous Poems. Birmingham: H.C. 
Langbridge, Bull-Street; and Whittaker, Treacher and Arnot, London. 1830 
[Printer: Tymbs and Deighton, Journal Office, Worcester]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original green linen cloth. Paper label on 
spine. 72 pp. 1/2-title. Upper free endpaper frayed. Loose. Printed label on spine 
chipped. Additional hand-lettered misspelled label on spine. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 557. Johnson 590.
875
MARTIN (James) Poems on Various Subjects. Second edition. Cavan: Printed by 
James O'Brien, Bookseller, for the author. 1816 
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. 
Paper label on spine. 200 pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Piece torn from lower 
free endpaper. Joints cracked. Spine frayed. Paper label chipped.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 591. The Johnson copy.
876
[MARTIN (Tobias)] The Remains of the late Tobias Martin of Breage, in Cornwall, 
mine agent, with a memoir of the author. Helston: Printed at the Temple of the 
Muses by W. Penaluna. 1831 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-pink linen, blue paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. 258 pp. Errata slip tipped-in. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Lacks upper free endpaper. Spine a little frayed. Label a little 
chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 563. Johnson 592. The Johnson copy.
877
MARTINDALE (M.) Original Poems, sacred and moral. Sunderland: Printed by 
Summers and Young, Market-Place. 1806 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in blue paper wrappers. 56 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 300. Johnson 593. The Johnson copy.
878
MARY, an original poem. Recommended to the attention of the ladies. n.d. 
[1797?] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
12mo. in 4s. ?First edition. Disbound, partly unopened. 8 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. The British Library catalogue gives the date as 
	1797?. It lists also a "Mary, an original poem. [1795?]
879
MASON (A.J.) Poetical Essays. Embellished with eleven engravings on wood, 
executed by the author, from designs by the late John Thurston, Esq. London: 
Printed for the author, by W. Sears, 44, Paul Street, Finsbury; and sold by T. 
Boys, 7, Ludgate Hill. 1822
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 111 pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.) This copy belonged to Wm. Hensley who 
is adentified as -Hensley, Esq. Bathwick Street, Bath. Spine a trifle frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 485. 
880
MASTER JACKY JINGLE The Constitutional Apple Pie: or, rythmical red-book. 
With thirteen cuts. Second edition. London: Published by T. Hughes, 35 Ludgate 
Street. 1820 [Printer: W.N. Jones, Printer, Old Bailey, London]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated. 
	First published in 1820. Not in Jackson, Annals.
881
[MATHIAS (T.J.)] The Imperial Epistle from Kien Long. Emperor of China, to 
George the Third, King of Great Britain, &c. &c. &c. in the year 1794. Transmitted 
from His Imperial Majesty in a box made of beautiful black wood, carved 
curiously and of great value, and presented to his Britannic Majesty by his 
Excellency the Right Honourable George Earl Macartney of the Kingdom of 
Ireland, K.B. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of 
China in the Years 1792, 1793, and 1794. Translated into English verse from the 
original Chinese poetry. With notes by various persons of eminence and 
distinction, and by the translator. London: Printed for R. White, No. 173, 
Picadilly. n.d. [1795] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 37 pp.
	NCBEL II,672. NCBEL gives the date as ?1795. Jackson, Annals p. 199. 
	302
	[MATHIAS (T.J.)] [DACRE (Lady) (Barbarina Brand (neé 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
		NCBEL II,672. 
882
[MATTHEWS (John)]  Fables from La Fontaine in English Verse. London: John 
Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1820 [Printer: London: Printed by W. Bulmer and W. 
Nicol, Cleveland Row, St. James's]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. 370 pp. 4 pp. of advertisements at end (April, 1824). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 454.
883
[MATTHIAS (Thomas James) (Ed.)] Specimens of Antient Hymns of the Western 
Church. (With an appendix). Norwich: Fifty-six copies from the Press of Josiah 
Fletcher, January 1835
Octavo. First English edition. Rebound in modern boards. Spine blocked in black. 
36 pp. Additional leaf tipped in at C4-5.
884
MATURIN (R.C.) Bertram; or, the Castle of St. Aldobrand; a tragedy in five acts. 
Second edition. London: Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1816 
[Printer: Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland-Court, Strand]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 82 
pp. 
	NCBEL III,746. First published in 1816. The author is listed in NCBEL as 
	Charles Robert Maturin. Jackson, Annals, p. 403. 
885
[MAUDE (Thomas)] The Invitation, or Urbanity: a poem. For the benefit of a 
Sunday-school. By the author of Wensleydale, &c. Leeds: Printed by Thomas 
Wright, for J. Binns, and sold by him; and W. Tesseyman, and J. Todd, York; J. 
Johnson, London, &c. 1791 
Quarto. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 56 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 166. Johnson 596. The Johnson copy.
886
MAUDE (Thomas) The School-boy: a poem. Second edition. London: Longman, 
Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman, Paternoster-Row; and Edward Moxon, 
Dover-Street. 1837 [Printer: London: Printed by Manning and Smithson, Ivy 
Lane, Paternoster Row]
Octavo. Second edition. Original 1/4-green cloth, boards. Paper label on spine. 
106 pp. 1/2-title. Review tipped in on upper paste-down endpaper. Label a trifle 
chipped.
	First published in 1836.
887
[MAUDE (Thomas)] A Welcome to Queen Adelaide. Hastings: Printed by W. 
Ransom, 60 George Street. n.d. [c.1837] 
Octavo in 4s. Original printed paper wrappers. Unpaginated. Author's signed 
presentation copy (upper cover).
	Johnson 597. The Johnson copy.
888
MAVOR (William) Miscellanies, in two parts: I. Prose; II. Verse, &c. With a 
portrait. Oxford: Printed by J. Munday and Son; for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, 
and Green, London; and sold by all other booksellers in town and country. [1829]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers blocked in gilt. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. 512 pp. Frontispiece.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 546. 
889
MAYNE (John) Glasgow, a poem. London: Sold by T. Cadell and W. Davies, in the 
Strand, and W.J. and J. Richardson, Royal Exchange. Printed by D. Walker, 
Glocester. 1803 
12mo. in 8s. Second edition. Rebound in pink paper boards, uncut. Paper label on 
spine. 51 pp. Bookplate on upper paste- down endpaper. Boards and spine 
sunned.
	NCBEL II,2028. First published in 1803. Jackson, Annals, p. 270. Johnson 
	598. The Johnson copy.
890
MAYNE (John) The Siller Gun. A poem in five cantos. London: Thomas Cadell, 
Strand; William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh. 1836 [Printer: London: Printed 
by A.J. Valpy, M.A., Red Lion Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition thus, in five cantos. Uncut in the original tan pebble grain 
cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 256 pp. Spine a little chipped. 
	NCBEL II,2028. 
891
MEMBER OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD (A) Ovid in London: a ludicrous poem, 
in six cantos. London: Printed by Dove, St. John's Square, for William Anderson, 
186 Piccadilly, nearly opposite Albany. 1814
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 120 pp. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Bound with: CAMPBELL. The Pleasures of Hope [not 
catalogued] and MONTGOMERY. The Wanderer of Switzerland. 1813 [not 
catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
892
THE MEN IN THE MOON: or, the 'Devil to Pay.' With thirteen cuts. The Mirror of 
the Times. By the author of The Loyalist's House that Jack Built. London: Printed 
(for the Author) and sold by Dean and Munday, Threadneedle- Street....[Printer: 
Dean and Munday, Printers, Threadneedle-Street] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated. Title-page trimmed with loss of full imprint and date. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
893
MERCER (Andrew) Dunfermline Abbey: a poem. With historical notes and 
illustrations. Dunfermline: Printed & sold by J. Miller. Sold also by A. Constable 
and Co. and Macredie, Skelly and Muckarsie, Edinburgh. 1819
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 184 pp. 
Frontispiece. Bookplate on upper paste-down, upper free and verso of upper free 
endpapers. Spine chipped. A little worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 442. Johnson 601. 
894
MERRITT (Thomas Light) The Castle of Chinon, and other poems. Maidstone: 
Joseph Brown; Whittaker & Co., & Darton & Harvey, London. 1837 [Printer: 
Printed by J. Brown, Kent Arms Office, 87 Week-Street, Maidstone] 
Octavo in 4s. Original black ribbed grain cloth, uncut. Spine blocked in gilt. 160 
pp. Some foxing throughout. Upper cover rejointed.
	Johnson 603. The Johnson copy. 
895
MERRY SONGS, calculated to please every body and offend nobody. Which are 
now singing at the theatres, Vauxhall and by the choice spirits at the different 
convivial meetings. London: Printed and sold by T. Evans, No. 79 Long Lane, 
West Smithfield. n.d. [1815?]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. Unopened. 8 pp. 
896
[MERRYWEATHER (Mrs. I.A.)] The Hermit of Eskdaleside, with other poems. By 
I.A.M. Whitby: Published by R. Kirby; to be had of Messrs. Simpkin and Marshall, 
London; and all booksellers. 1833 [Printer: Whitby: Printed by R. Kirby, Bridge-
Street] 
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[138] pp. List of subscribers (2 pp.). Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. 
Spine chipped. Joints cracked. Upper cover loose.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Merryweather 1(b). Johnson 605. 
	The Johnson copy. 
897
MEYLER (William) Poetical Amusement on the Journey of Life; consisting of 
various pieces in verse: serious, theatric, epigrammatic and miscellaneous. Bath: 
Printed by W. Meyler, Grove; and sold by G. Robinson; Longman, Hurst, Rees and 
Orme; and J. Mawman, London. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-morocco, marbled boards. [211] pp. 1/2-
title. P1-2 bound in between O7 and O8. 
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 301. Jackson gives a different pagination. Johnson 
	607.
898
[MIDDLETON (Marmaduke)] Poetical Sketches of a Tour in the West of England. 
Sheffield: Printed for the author, by J. Montgomery, Iris Office, Hartshead, 
Sheffield. [For private Distribution only]. 1822 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers. Paper label 
on spine. 79 pp. 1/2-title. Errata slip tipped-in. Spine a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 485. Johnson 608. The Johnson copy.
899
MILLAR (William) The Fairy Minstrel, and other poems; Edinburgh: Printed for 
Oliver & Boyd; and Waugh & Innes. 1822 [Printer: Dumfries: Printed at the 
Courier Office by John M'Diarmid & Co.] 
Octavo in 12s. Rebound in 1/2-blue calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 224 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Occasional foxing. A little 
rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 609. The Johnson copy.

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