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British and Commonwealth Literary Studies


British Poetry of the Romantic Period Catalog

Miller to Young

900
[MILLER (George)] Verses in Memory of Dunbar Collegiate Church. Edinburgh: 
Oliver and Boyd, High-Street. 1819 [Printer: J. Miller, Printer, Haddington]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-morocco, greyish blue sand grain cloth. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 40 pp. Author's presentation 
copy (title-page). Spine a trifle rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 924. The Johnson copy. 
901
[MILLER (Hugh)]  Poems, written in the Leisure Hours of a Journeyman Mason. 
Inverness: Printed by R. Carruthers. 1829
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Rebacked. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 268 pp. 1/2-title. Author's 
presentation copy to his friend, John Strachan (title-page). Author's bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Some foxing.
	NCBEL III,1395. Jackson, Annals, p. 547. Johnson 610.
902
MILLER (James) St. Baldred of the Bass, a Pictish legend; the Siege of Berwick, a 
tragedy; with other poems and ballads, founded on the local traditions of East 
Lothian and Berwickshire. Edinburgh: Sold by Oliver & Boyd, Tweeddale-court; 
and Geo. B. Whittaker, London. 1824 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by Oliver & 
Boyd, Tweeddale-Court]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pinkish tan paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. 416 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on verso of upper 
free endpaper. Spine frayed. Joints cracked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 507.
903
MILLHOUSE (Robert) Blossoms: being a selection of sonnets from his various 
manuscripts. With prefatory remarks on his humble station, distinguished 
genius, and moral character. By the Rev. Luke Booker. Second edition. London: 
Printed for the Author by J. Nichols and Son, and sold by Baldwin, Cradock, and 
Joy, Paternoster-Row; J. Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; and by the Booksellers in 
Nottingham. 1823
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Uncut in the original pink paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. 58 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Scattered 
foxing. Spine frayed. Label defective.
	First published in 1823. Jackson, Annals, p. 489. 
904
MILLHOUSE (Robert) The Song of the Patriot, Sonnets and Songs. London: Printed 
for the Author. Sold by R. Hunter, St. Paul's Church-Yard; and J. Dunn, 
Nottingham. 1826 [Printer: Printed by Richard Taylor, Shoe-Lane]
12mo. First edition. Uncut in the original green paper boards, rebacked. Spine 
printed in black. 82 pp. List of subscribers (2 pp.). 2 pp. of reviews at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 525. 
905
MILLS (J.H.) Poetical Trifles by J.H. Mills, of the Theatre-Royal, Manchester. 
Manchester: Printed for W. Graham, Bookseller, No. 35, Market-Street-Lane, and 
sold by him and all the Booksellers in Manchester, by Mr. Broster, Chester, and C. 
Law, Ave-Maria-Lane, London. 1806 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in 1/2 brown morocco, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. 120 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Edges a little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 301. Johnson 618. The Johnson copy.
906
MILLS (W.) The Two First Books of Ovid's Metamorphoses. Attempted in English 
verse. London: Printed for Black, Parry, and Kingsbury, Leadenhall-Street; 
Walker, Strand; J. Cooke, Oxford; Deighton, Cambridge; and Austin, Hertford. 1808 
[Printer: T. Plummer, Printer, Seething-Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full russia. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. [116] pp. 1/2-title. 
Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper paste- down endpaper. 
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 318. Jackson has mistranscribed the title as The 
	First Two Books....
907
MILMAN (H.H.) Belshazzar: a dramatic poem. By the Rev. H.H. Milman, Professor 
of Poetry in the University of Oxford. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 
1822 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [164] pp. Dated ink signature on title-page. 16 pp. of advertisements at 
front (G. and W.B. Whittaker, April 1821). A little worn.
	NCBEL III,1459. Jackson, Annals, p. 478. 
908
MILMAN (Henry Hart) Nala and Damayanti and other poems. Translated from 
the Sanscrit into English verse, with mythological and critical notes. By the Rev. 
Henry Hart Milman, M.A., Prebendary of Westminster; Minister of St. Margaret's 
and late Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford. Oxford: D.A. Talboys. 
1835 [Printer: Oxford: Printed by Talboys and Browne]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in full calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 148 pp. 
Dated ink signature on verso of upper fly-leaf. Old endpapers bound in. 
	NCBEL III,1460. Jackson, Annals, p. 589. 
909
MILMAN (H.H.)  The Poetical Works of the Rev. H.H. Milman. In three volumes. 
London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1839 [Printer: Printed by Bradbury and 
Evans, Printers to the Queen, Whitefriars]
Octavo. Three volumes. First edition. Uncut in the original pink ribbed grain 
cloth. Covers and spines bocked in blind and gilt. [359];[364];[352] pp. 
Frontispiece and vignette title-page to each volume. 1/2-title in each volume. l p. 
of advertisements at end of volume 1. 2 pp. of advertisements at end of volume 
3. Ink signature on upper free endpaper of each volume. Upper hinge of volume 
2 cracked. Spines faded. Covers slightly faded.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Milman. 
910
MILNE (Christian) Simple Poems, on simple subjects. By Christian Milne, Wife of 
a journeyman ship-carpenter, in Footdee, Aberdeen. Aberdeen: Printed for the 
author, by J. Chalmers & Co. And sold by all the booksellers. 1805 
Octavo. Rebuond in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 183 pp. 1/2-
title. List of subscribers (23 pp.). A trifle foxed. A trifle marginal worming. Lacks 
lettering piece.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 292. Jackson, Women, Milne 1. Johnson 619. The 
	Johnson copy.
911
MILNES (Richard Monckton) Memorials of a Residence on the Continent, and 
historical poems. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1838 [Printer: Bradbury 
and Evans, Printers-Extraordinary to the Queen, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-morocco, marbled boards. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 166 pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation 
copy to Bishop Samuel Wilberforce (title-page) with Wilberforce's bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Edges rubbed. Bound with: MILNES. Poems of Many 
Years. [item 912]
	NCBEL III,539.
912
MILNES (Richard Monckton) Poems of Many Years. London: Edward Moxon, 
Dover Street. 1838 [Printer: Bradbury and Evans, Printers-Extraordinary to the 
Queen, Whitefriars]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 208 pp. 1/2-title. Bishop Samuel 
Wilberforce's bookplate on upper paste-down end- paper. Edges rubbed. Bound 
with: MILNES. Memorials of a Residence on the Continent, and historical poems. 
[item 911]
	NCBEL III,539. NCBEL indicates that this title was privately published.
913
MILTON (M.S.) Songs of the Prophecies. London: Baldwin and Cradock; Tait, 
Edinburgh; and Cumming, Dublin. 1835 [Printer: Sunderland: Printed by T. 
Marwood & Co.] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original purple diaper grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 
[244] pp. Errata slip tipped-in. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Spine faded.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 591. Johnson 620. The Johnson copy. 
914
THE MISER: a poem. London: Baldwin and Cradock. 1831 [Printer: Sunderland: 
Printed by Reed and Son] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the drab paper wrappers. 78 pp. Unopened. Spine a little 
frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 621. The Johnson copy.
915
MITCHELL (John) A Night on the Banks of Doon, and other poems. Paisley: 
Printed by John Neilson, for the author. 1838 
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original rose flower patterned diagonal grain 
cloth. Paper label on spine. 156 pp. Spine faded and slightly frayed.
	Johnson 622.
916
MITCHELL (William Andrew) The Thoughts of One that Wandereth, a poem, in 
four books or reveries on the world, kings, prostitution and death. Newcastle: 
Printed and pubilshed by W.A. Mitchell, at the Tyne Mercury Office. 1820 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. 144 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 623. The Johnson copy.
917
[MITFORD (John)] A Peep into W-----r Castle, after the lost mutton. A poem. 
Third edition. London: Printed for J. Johnston, 98, Cheapside. 1820 [Printer: C.F. 
Seyfang, Printer, Fleet Market]
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
34 pp. 
	First published in 1820. Jackson, Annals, p. 460. 
918
MITFORD (Mary Russell)  Poems. Second edition, with considerable additions. 
London: Printed by A.J. Valpy, Took's Court, Chancery-Lane; sold by F.C. and J. 
Rivington, St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1811
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[260] pp. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Advertisement on verso of a4. Ex-
library copy with bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. A little scattered 
foxing. Lacks upper free endpaper. Author's presentation copy (title-page). 
	NCBEL III,749. First published in 1810. Jackson, Annals, p. 351. Jackson, 
	Women, Mitford 1 (b). 
919
MITFORD (Mary Russell)  Christina, the Maid of the South Seas. A poem. London: 
Printed by A.J. Valpy, Took's Court, Chancery Lane, for F.C. and J. Rivington, St. 
Paul's Churchyard; sold also by J. Hatchard, Piccadilly. 1811
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Spine blocked in gilt. [333] pp. 
1/2-title. Errata leaf with additional label for spine at end. Advertisement on 
verso of b2. Lacks upper free endpaper and label on spine. Slight scattered 
foxing. Corners and spine rubbed and chipped. 
	NCBEL III,749. Jackson, Annals, p. 348. Jackson, Women, Mitford 2. 
920
MITFORD (Mary Russell)  Dramatic Scenes, Sonnets, and other poems. London: 
Geo. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane. 1827 [Printer: London: Printed by R. Gilbert, 
St. John's Square]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red calf, ribbed morocco grain cloth. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 392 pp. 
1/2-title. A trifle scattered foxing. Upper cover damp-stained.
	NCBEL III,749. Jackson, Annals, p. 528. Jackson, Women, Mitford 7.
921
THE MOHAWKS; A SATIRICAL POEM WITH NOTES. London: Printed for Henry 
Colburn and Co. 1822 [Printer: London: Printed by Cox and Baylis, Great Queen 
Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in gilt. Spine blocked in blind. Gilt lettering piece. [165] pp. Errata leaf at end. Ex-
Signet Library copy. 
	The authorship of this title is often ascribed to Sidney Owenson, later Lady 
	Morgan. It is so ascribed with a "?" by Halkett and Laing. In the British 
	Library catalogue it is listed as anonymous under the title. Not in Jackson, 
	Annals. In his "Romantic Poetry by Women" Jackson notes under the entry 
	for Owenson that "The Mohawks (1822), a satirical poem, is 
	sometimes attributed to her, but unconvincingly". 
	1390
	MONCRIEFF (W.T.) [THOMAS (William Thomas)]  Poems. By W.T. Moncrieff. 
	Lambeth: Printed (for private distribution only,) at the author's private 
	press, Saville House. 1829
		NCBEL III,1134. 
	1391
	MONCRIEFF (W.T.)[THOMAS (William Thomas)]  The March of Intellect, a 
	comic poem. By W. T. Moncrieff, Esq. London: William Kidd, 6, Old Bond 
	Street; Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street. 1830
		NCBEL III,1134. 
	1392
	[MONCRIEFF (W.T.)] [THOMAS (William Thomas)] Old Booty! A serio-comic 
	sailor's tale. Illustrated with six spirited engravings on wood, from designs 
	by Robert Cruikshank. London: William Kidd, 6 Old Bond Street. 1830 
		NCBEL III,1134. 
922
[MOLLESON (Alexander)] The Sweets of Society: a poem. And a few miscellaneous 
poems. By the author of "Melody the Soul of Music," an essay. Glasgow: Printed 
by Chapman and Lang, and sold by Brash & Reid, Glasgow, and A. Constable, 
Edinburgh. 1801 [J625]
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in contemporary paper boards. Paper label on spine. [79] pp. 
Frontispiece. Contains the erratum. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 258. Johsnon 625. The Johnson copy.
923 
MONODY TO THE MEMORY OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE WILLIAM PITT: 
INSCRIBED TO HIS SURVIVING FRIENDS. London: Printed for John Stockdale, 
Piccadilly. 1806 [Printer: J. Gosnell, Printer, Little Queen Street]
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Stitched as issued. [18] pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 299. 
924
MONTAGU (H.W.) Monsieur Mallèt: or, my daughter's letter. A random 
record. Illustrated with six beautiful designs by Robet Cruikshank. Engraved by 
Bonner and Walker. London: Published for the Proprietor, by Thomas Griffiths, 
Wellington Street, Strand. 1830 [Printer: Lowndes and White, Printers, Crane-
Court, Fleet- Street]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
32 pp. Frontispiece. Five plates. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 554. 
925
MONTGOMERY (James) The Wanderer of Switzerland, and other poems. The third 
edition. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster- Row. 
1806 [Printer: Wood and Innes, Printer, Poppin's Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo in 12s. Third edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [176] pp. 1/2-title. 24 pp. of 
advertisements at end (Jan. 1, 1807). Ink signature on upper fly leaf. Upper 
cover a trifle wormed. 
	NCBEL III,392. First published in 1806. Jackson, Annals, p. 304. 
926
MONTGOMERY (James) The World before the Flood, a poem, in ten cantos; with 
other occasional pieces. Third edition. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row. 1814 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by James 
Ballantyne and Co.]
Octavo in 12s. Third edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 
328 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper fly leaf. 
	This ediition is not in NCBEL entry for Montgomery. First published in 
	1813. Jackson, Annals, p. 389.
	69
	MONTGOMERY (James) and BARHAM (Thomas Foster) Abdallah; or the 
	Arabian Martyr; a Christian drama, in three ats: with a poem on the same 
	subject, by James Montgomery Esq. 
	Second edition, revised and enlarged. By Thomas Foster Barham, Formerly 
	of St. John's College, Cambridge. Printed for the author and sold by 
	Hatchard, Piccadilly; Seeley, Fleet Street; Holdsworth, St. Paul's; Westley, 
	Stationers' Court; Deighton, Cambridge; Binns, Bath; Bulgin, Bristol; Upham, 
	Exeter; & Vigurs, Penzance. 1821 [Printer: Vigurs, Printer, Penzance]
		NCBEL III,392: Montgomery's entry where it is listed as Abdallah 
		and Labat. 1821. Montgomery's poem is actually titled: Abdallah and 
		Sabat. 
927
MONTGOMERY (James) Songs of Zion; being imitations of psalms. Third edition. 
London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster-Row. 
1828 [Printer: London: Printed by A. & R. Spottiswoode, New-Street-Square]
12mo. Third edition. Original greenish blue ribbed grain cloth. Covers blocked in 
blind. [155] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisments at end. Dated ink inscription on 
1/2-title. Edges and spine a trifle frayed.
	NCBEL III,393. First published in 1822. Jackson, Annals, p. 541. 
928
MONTGOMERY (James)(Ed.) The Christian Psalmist; or, hymns, selected and 
original. With an introductory essay. Fourth edition. Glasgow: Printed for William 
Collins; William Whyte & Co. and William Oliphant, Edinburgh; R.M. Tims, and 
Wm. Curry, Jun. & Co. Dublin; and G.B. Whittaker, London. 1826 [Printer: Printed 
by W. Collins & Co., Glasgow]
Octavo in 12s. Fourth edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. 456 pp. Frontispiece. Spine a little frayed.
	NCBEL III,393. First published in 1825. Jackson, Annals, p. 520. 
929
MONTGOMERY (James)(Ed.) The Christian Poet; or, selections in verse, on sacred 
subjects. With an introductory essay. Glasgow: Printed for William Collins; 
William Whyte & Co. and William Oliphant, Edinburgh; R.M. Tims, and Wm. 
Curry, Jun. & Co. Dublin; and G.B. Whittaker, London. 1827 [Printer: Printed by 
W. Collins & Co., Glasgow]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Full green bead-grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [444] pp. Frontispiece. 
	NCBEL III,393. Jackson, Annals, p. 527. Includes poetry by Byron, Heber 
	and Grahame. 
930
MONTGOMERY (James) The Poetical Works of James Montgomery. In three 
volumes. London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman, 
Paternoster-Row. 1836 [Printer: London: Printed by A. Spottiswoode, New-
Street- Square]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spines blocked in gilt. Blind edges. [365];[372];[384] pp. 1/2-title in volumes 1 
and 3. 2 pp. of advertisements at end of volume 3. Errata leaf for all three 
volumes at end of volume 1. Rubbed. Spines chipped. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Montgomery. The entry for Montgomery does not 
	include a three volume poetical works. 
931
MONTGOMERY (Robert) Oxford. A poem. By Robert Montgomery, of Linc. Coll. 
Oxon. Oxford: Printed by S. Collingwood, Printer to the University, and published 
by Whittaker and Co. London; and Blackwood, Edinburgh. 1831
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in dark brown morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 258 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved 
title-page. Ten plates. Engraved title-page: Montgomery's Oxford. Illustrated by 
Joseph Skelton and other artists. Published for the Proprietor Mr. Skelton, 
Magdalen Bridge, Oxford by Whittaker & Co., London & by Blackwood, 
Edinburgh.
	NCBEL III,540. Jackson, Annals, p. 562. Jackson describes his copy as 12mo. 
932
MONTGOMERY (Robert) The Messiah: a poem, in six books. Second edition. 
London: John Turrill, 250 Regent Street. 1832 [Printer: Harijette and Savill, St. 
Martin's Lane, Charing Cross]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spne blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt 
bands. 300 pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements on verso of 1/2-title. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine amateurishly repaired. A little rubbed. 
	Not listed in NCBEL entry for Montgomery. Jackson, Annals, p. 568. 
933
MONTGOMERY (Robert) Selections from the Poetical Works of Robert 
Montgomery, B.A., of Linc. Coll., Oxon. With introductory remarks, and a n 
appendix, containing extracts from satires, notes, &c. London: E. Churton, Public 
Library, Holles Street; and F.J. Mason, 444 West Strand. n.d. [c.1835] [Printer: 
Printed by G.H. Davidson, Tudor Street, Bridge Street, Blackfriars]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original cream paper boards. Gilt lettering piece. 324 
pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,540. Jackson, Annals, p. 591. 
934
MONTOLIEU (Mrs. [Maria Henrietta)] Gethsemane, a poem; founded on The 
Messiah of Klopstock. [In two volumes]. London: Printed by T. Bensley, Crane 
Court, Fleet-Street. Sold by R.H. Evans, No. 93, Pall-Mall; and J. Eedes, No. 2 
Newgate-Street. 1823
Octavo. First edition. Two volumes. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 
Paper label on each spine. 142;160 pp. 1/2-title. Spines frayed; corners bumped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 492. Jackson, Women, Montolieu 5. 
935
MOORE (D.) The African, a tale; and other poems. Glasgow: Robertson & Atkinson; 
Stirling & Kenney, Edinburgh; and Cowie & Co., London. 1829 [Printer: 
Hedderwick & Sons, Printers, Glasgow] 
Octavo in 6s. Bound by J. McLaren in full calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 
Raised gilt bands. 216 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Binder's label on upper paste-down 
endpaper (Bound by J. McLaren, Glasgow).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 627. The Johnson copy.
936
MOORE (Dugald) Scenes from the Flood; the tenth plague, or the first-born of 
Egypt smitten; and other poems. Glasgow: Robertson & Atkinson; Constable & Co., 
Edinburgh; and Hurst, Chance & Co., London. 1830 [Printer: James Hedderwick 
and Son, Printers, Glasgow] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original moirè patterned diagonal grained 
cloth. Paper label on spine. [216] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Contains the erratum. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title).
	Jackson, Annals, p. 556. Johnson 631. The Johnson copy.
937
MOORE (Dugald) The Bard of the North: a series of poetical tales, illustrative of 
Highland scenery and character. Glasgow: David Robertson, 188, Trongate; Oliver 
& Boyd, Edin.; and Simpkin & Marshall, London. 1833 [Printer: Glasgow: George 
Brookman, Printer, Villafield, MDCCCXXXIII]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in blue sand grain binder's cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [216] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 572. Johnson 628.
938
MOORE (Dugald) The Hour of Retribution, with other poems. Glasgow: Thomas 
Murray, 8, Argyle Street; A. and C. Black, Edinburgh; A.H. Baily & Co., London. 
1835 [Printer: Glasgow: Printed by George Brookman] 
Octavo in 6s. Original brown patterned linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. 
[216] pp. Author's signed presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Upper hinge 
cracked. Label a trifle chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 587. Johnson 630. The Johnson copy.
939
MOORE (Dugald) The Devoted One, and other poems. Glasgow: Thomas Murray, 8, 
Argyle Street; A.H. Baily and Co., London; Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh. 
1839 [Printer: Glasgow: Printed by George Brookman] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original rose line and bead patterned cloth. Paper label 
on spine. [240] pp. 1/2-title. Occasional griming or foxing to text. Slight browning 
of margins. Shaken. Covers and spine a little worn. Label chipped.
	Johnson 629. The Johnson copy.
940
MOORE (George) The Minstrel's Tale, and other poems. London: Printed for 
Longman, Rees, Orme and Co.; and R. Williams, Devonport. 1826 [Printer: 
Williams, Printer, Devonport]
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on spine. 
141 pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). Some scattered foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 632. The Johnson copy.
941
MOORE (Henry) Poems, lyrical and miscellaneous. By the late Rev. Henry Moore, 
of Liskeard. London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-Yard; by J. 
Crowder and E. Hemsted, Warwick-Square. 1803 
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-green morocco, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [154] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Scattered foxing throughout.  Rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 273.
942
[MOORE (Thomas)] Little Mary's eye. A favorite new song. Written by T.M. Esqr. 
Dublin: Published by McDonnell at his Music Shop, No. 2 Church Lane, College 
Green....n.d. [c.1795]
Folio. Disbound. [2] pp. 
943
[MOORE (Thomas)] Nothing in life can sadden us. The words composed by T.M. 
Esqr. Dublin: Published by Hime at his Musical Circulating Library. No. 34 College 
Green. n.d. [c.1795]
Folio. Disbound. First edition. 2 pp.
944
[MOORE (Thomas) Send the Bowl round merrily. A new song the words by T.M. 
Esqr. Dublin: Published by Hime at his Musical Circulating Library, No. 34 College 
Green. n.d. [c.1795]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 2 pp. 
945
[MOORE (Thomas)] Will you come to the Bow'r. A much admired new song with 
an accompaniament for the piano forte. Written by T.M. Esqr. Dublin: Published 
by Hime, No. 34 College Green. n.d. [c.1798]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 3 pp. Pencilled in fingering.
946
[MOORE (Thomas)] I Can no longer stifle. A new song compos'd by T.M. Esqr. 
Dublin: Published at McDonnell's Piano Forte & Music Ware House, No 2 Church 
Lan, College Grove. n.d. [1801]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 2 pp. 
947
MOORE (Thomas) Farewell Bessy. Music and words by Thos. Moore Esqr. 
[London:] Printed for J. Carpenter, Old Bond Street. n.d. [c.1802]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 3 pp. Ink signature on first page of notation. 
948
[MOORE (Thomas)] When time who steals our years away. A ballad dedicated to 
Mrs. Henry Tighe, of Rosanna. [London:] Printed for J. & T. Carpenter, Old Bond 
Street. 1802
Folio. Disbound. 4 pp. 
	NCBEL III,264.
949
[MOORE (Thomas)] Away With this Pouting. A favorite new song. The words by 
T.M. Esqr. Dublin: Published at J. Southwell's Piano Forte & Music Warehous The 
(Apollo) No. 17 Earl Street. n.d. [1803]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 2 pp. 
 
950
MOORE (Thomas) Good Night! A ballad. The music and words by Thomas Moore 
Esqr. [London:] Printed for James Carpenter, Old Bond Street. 1803 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Folio. Disbound. 4 pp. Ink signature on first page of notation.
951
[MOORE (Thomas)] The Awkward Recruit. A favorite comic song, sung at all 
convivial societies. Composed by J.M. London: Printed by Goulding Phipps & 
D'Almaine, 117, Bond Street. Likewise may be had of Goulding Knevett & Co., No. 
7 Westmorland Street, Dublin and James Stevens, Glasgow. n.d. [c.1804]
	Folio. First edition. Disbound. 3 pp.
952
MOORE (Thomas) Sequel to Oh Lady Fair!. The music and words by Thomas 
Moore Esqr. London: Printed by James Carpenter, Old Bond Street. 1804
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 12 pp. Ink signature on first page of notation.
953
MOORE (Thomas) Songs and Glees. The Music and Words by Thomas Moore Esqr. 
London: Printed for James Carpenter, Old Bond Street. 1804
Folio. Disbound. 24 pp. 
	See NCBEL III,264 which only cites an edition of 1805.
954
MOORE (Thomas) A Canadian Boat Song. Arranged for three voices by Thomas 
Moore Esqr. London: Printed for James Carpenter, Old Bond Street. 1805
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 7 pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end.
	See NCBEL III,264
955
MOORE (T[homas]) Young Ella was the happiest maid. A favorite ballad. Written 
by T. Moore Esqr. Composed with an aoccompniment for the piano forte by Sir 
J.A. Stevenson. Liverpool: Published by Hime & Son, 53 Castle Street & 23 Church 
Street. n.d. [c.1806]
Folio. Disbound. 3 pp. 
956
MOORE (Thomas) Friend of my soul. By Thos. Moore Esqr. London: Printed for J. 
Carpenter, Old Bond Strt. n.d. [c.1807]
Folio. Disbound. 2 pp. Ink signature on first page of notation. 
957
MOORE (Thomas) The Day of love. A ballad. Music and words by Thomas Moore 
Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [1807]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp. Rubber stamp on title-page. 
958
MOORE (Thomas) Oh! yes so well so tenderly. A ballad written by Thomas Moore 
Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand, n.d. [c.1807]
Folio. Disbound. 5 pp.
959
[MOORE (Thomas)] Poh! Dermot go 'long with your goster. As sung in the 
character of Father Luke at ____ Theatricals by T.M. Esqr. Dublin: Published at 
Powers Music Ware house, 4 Westmoreland Strt. & at J. Powers Music & Instrut. 
Ware house, 34 Strand, London. n.d. [c.1807]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 3 pp. Ink signature on first page of notation.
960
[MOORE (Thomas)] Corruption and Intolerance: two poems. With notes. 
Addressed to an Englishman by an Irishman. London: Printed for J. Carpenter, 
Old Bond Street. 1808 [Printer: S. Gosnell, Printer, Little Queen Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Newly rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label 
on spine. 64 pp. Some foxing.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Moore which includes editions of 1801 and 1809. 
	1801 is almost certainly a typograhical error. Jackson, Annals, p. 317. 
	Jackson indicates that this is the first edition. 
961
[MOORE (Thomas)] When midst the gay I meet. A canzonet dedicated to Miss 
Taylor. London: Published by J. Power 34 Strand & W. Power, 4 Westmorland 
Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1808]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp. 
962
[MOORE (Thomas)] Here's the Bower. A ballad dedicated to Her Grace the Duchess 
of Bedford. London: Published at J. Powers Music Warehouse, (34) Strand & sold 
at W. Powers, (4) Westmorland Strt. Dublin. n.d. [c.1809]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 7 pp.
963
[MOORE (Thomas)] Love & the sun dial. A duet, dedicated to Miss Atkinson. 
London: Published at Powers Music Ware House (34) Strand and at W. Powers 
(4) Westmoreland Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1809]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp.
964
[MOORE (Thomas)] The Tyrolese Song of Liberty. A national air. Arranged with 
English words and dedicated to Miss Rawdon. By Thomas Moore Esqr. London: 
Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [c.1809]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp. 
965
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Irish Melodies, with symphonies and 
accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson Mus. Doc. and characteristic words by 
Thomas Moore Esqr. First number second vol. Dublin: Published & sold by W. 
Power's, 4 Westmorland Street and at J. Power's, 32 Strand, London. n.d. [1810] 
[Printer: Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland Court, Strand, London]
Folio. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on upper cover. [61] pp. Engraved vignette on 
title-page. One plate. Spine a little rubbed. Bound with: MOORE. A Selection of 
Irish Melodies....Fourth number. [1811]. [item 967].
	NCBEL III,264.
966
[MOORE (Thomas)] Cease oh cease to tempt. A ballad dedicated to Miss Moore. 
London: Published at J. Power's Music Ware-house, (34) Strand & Sold at W. 
Power's, (4) Westmorland Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1810]
Quarto. Disbound. 5 pp.
967
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Irish Melodies, with symphonies and 
accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson Mus. Doc. and characteristic words by 
Thomas Moore Esqr. Fourth number. Dublin: Published & sold by W. Power's, 4 
Westmorland Street and at J. Power's, 32 Strand, London. n.d. [1811] [Printer: 
Printed by W. Clowes, Northumberland Court, Strand, London]
Folio. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on upper cover. -109 pp. Engraved vignette on 
title-page. One plate. Spine a little rubbed. Bound with: MOORE. A Selection of 
Irish Melodies....First number second vol. [1810]. [item 965].
	NCBEL III,264.
968
MOORE (Thomas) The Song that lightens the languid way. Boat glee from M.P. or 
the Blue Stocking. A comic opera performed at the Theatre Royal Lyceum. 
Written & composed by Thomas Moore. London: Published by J. Power, 34 
Strand, and W. Power, 4 Westmoreland Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1811]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 7 pp. 1 p. of advertisements at front. 
969
MOORE (Thomas) Take back the sigh. A ballad. Music and words by Thomas 
Moore Esqr. London: Published by J. Power 34 Strand and W. Power 4 
Westmorland Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1811]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp. Piece cut from title-page. 
970
MOORE (Thomas) The Frozen Tear. The words by Thos. Moore Esqr. The music by 
John Whitaker. London: Printed by Button & Whitaker, 75 St. Paul's Church Yard. 
n.d. [c.1812]
Quarto. Disbound. 4 pp.
971
MOORE (Thomas) Young Love. A ballad sung by Mrs. Bland. In M.P. or the Blue 
Stocking. A comic opera performed at the Theatre Royal Lyceum, written & 
composed by Thomas Moore Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand and 
W. Power, 4 Westmoreland Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1812]
Folio. First edition. Disbound. [5] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end.
972
[MOORE (Thomas)] Intercepted Letters; or, the Twopenny Post-bag. To which are 
added, trifles reprinted. By Thomas Brown, the Younger. Fifth edition. London: 
Printed for J. Carr, 56, Paternoster Row. 1813 [Printer: C. Whittingham, Goswell 
Street, London]
Octavo. Fifth edition. Uncut in the original brown paper covered boards. Paper 
label on spine. [112] pp. 1/2-title. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine a trifle 
frayed. 
	NCBEL III,265. First published in 1813. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
973
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Irish Melodies with symphonies and 
accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson Mus. Doc. and characteristic words by 
Thomas Moore Esqr. 5th Number. London: Printed & sold by J. Power's Music & 
Instrument Warehouse, 34 Strand & at W. Power's Music Warehouse, 4 
Westmor- land Street. n.d. [1813] [Printer: Printed by W. Clowes, 
Northumberland-Court, Strand, London]
Folio. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece on upper cover. 51 pp. Engraved vignette on 
title-page. Contains the erratum on Advertisement leaf. Spine a little rubbed. 
Bound with: MOORE. A Selection of Irish Melodies....Sixth number. [1815]. [not 
catalogued].
	NCBEL III,264.
974
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Irish Melodies, with symphonies and 
accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson, Mus. Doc. and characteristic words by 
Thomas Moore, Esqr. London: Publish'd & sold at J. Powers, 34 Strand, and at W. 
Powers, 4 Westmorland Strt, Dublin. n.d. [1815]
Folio. Uncut in the original printed grey paper boards, rebacked. [52-][113] pp. 
Engraved vignette on title-page. 1 plate. 3 pp. of advertisements at end [1815].  
	NCBEL III,264.
975
MOORE (Thomas) Oh! remember the time. A Spanish air, arranged with English 
words, by Thomas Moore Esqr. And sung by Miss Ashe at the London and Bath 
concerts. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand, and W. Power 4 
Westmoreland Street, Dublin. n.d. [c.1815]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp.
976
[MOORE (Thomas)] Lines on the Death of -------- [R.B. Sheridan] from the 
Morning Chronicle of Monday, August 5, 1816. Ascribed to a personage of the 
highest poetical talent, and to gratify the anxious curiosity of the public re-
published, without note or comment. London: Printed for W. Hone, 55, Fleet 
Street. 1816 [Printer: Hay and Turner, Printers, Newcastle Street, Strand]
Octavo. First separate issue. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 8 pp. 
	NCBEL III,265. First published in 1816 in the Morning Chronicle of 5th 
	August.
977
MOORE (Thomas) Selection of Popular National Airs with Symphonies and 
Accompaniments by Sir John Stevenson, Mus.Doc. The words by Thomas Moore, 
Esqr. London: April 23rd 1818 by J. Power 34 Strand. 1818
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. [62] pp. Engraved vignette title-page. One plate. Four pages of 
advertisements at end. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Ink signature on 
title-page. Rubbed. Bound with: MOORE: A Selection of Popular National 
Airs....Second number. 1820 [item 979] and MOORE. A Selection of Popular 
Naitonal Airs....Third number. 1822. [item 983].
	NCBEL III,265.
978
MOORE (Thomas) The Sale of Loves. A ballad by Thomas Moore Esqr. London: 
Published Febry 1st 1819 by J. Power 34 Strand. 1819
Folio. First edition. Disbound. 7 pp. Engraved vignette on title-page.
979
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Popular National Airs, with Symphonies and 
Accompaniments by Henry R. Bishop. The words by Thomas Moore, Esqr. Second 
number. London: Published Jany. 1, 1820, by J. Power, 34 Strand. 1820
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. [59-][120] pp. Engraved vignette title-page. One plate. 6 pp. of 
advertisements at end. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Ink signature on 
title-page. Rubbed. Bound with: MOORE: A Selection of Popular National 
Airs....First number. 1818 [item 977] and MOORE. A Selection of Popular National 
Airs....Third number. 1822. [item 983].
	NCBEL III,265.
980
MOORE (Thomas) How happy once. A ballad. Words and music by Thomas Moore 
Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [c.1820]
Quarto. Disbound. 7 pp. 
981
MOORE (Thomas) Nights of Music, for two voices, by Blangini, with words by 
Thomas Moore. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [1821]
Folio. Disbound. 9 pp. 1 p. of advertisements at front. Dated ink signature on 
title-page.
982
MOORE (Thomas) Fanny dearest. A ballad. Music and words by Thomas Moore 
Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [c.1822] [Printer: Printed by 
J. Power, 34 Strand, London]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp. Ink Signature on title-page.
983
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Popular National Airs, with Symphonies and 
Accompaniments by Henry Bishop. The words by Thomas Moore, Esqr. Third 
Number. London: Published Feby. 14, 1822 by J. Power 34 Strand. 1822
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. [64] pp. Engraved vignette on title-page. One plate. 8 pp. of 
advertisements bound in at end. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Ink 
signature on title-page. Rubbed. Bound with: MOORE: A Selection of Popular 
National Airs....First number. 1818 [item 977] and MOORE. A Selection of Popular 
Naitonal Airs....Second number. 1820. [item 979].
	NCBEL III,265.
984
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Popular National Airs, with Symphonies and 
Accompaniments by Henry Bishop. The words by Thomas Moore, Esqr. Fourth 
Number. London: Published Decr. 2, 1822 by J. Power 34 Strand. 1822
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper boards. [65][-118] pp. 
Engraved vignette title-page. One plate. 2 pp. of advertisments at end. Rubbed. 
	NCBEL III,265.
985
[MOORE (Thomas)] Fables for the Holy Alliance, Rhymes on the Road, &c. &c. By 
Thomas Brown, the Younger, Secretary of the Poco-curante Society, and author of 
the Fudge Family, and the Two-penny Post-bag. London: Printed for Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-row. 1823 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-brown, blue paper covered 
boards. Paper label on spine. [200] pp. 1/2-title. Errata slip tipped-in at end. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Bookseller's label on upper paste-
down endpaper. Spine a little frayed.
	NCBEL III,265. Jackson, Annals, p. 491. 
986
MOORE (Thomas) Wreath the bowl from A Selection of Irish Melodies, by Thomas 
Moore Esqr. Arranged with symphonies and accompaniment by Sir John 
Stevenson, Mus. Doc. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [c.1824]
Quarto. Disbound. 7 pp. Ink signature on title-page. 
987
MOORE (Thomas) Miriam's Song. "Sound the loud timbrel", as sung by Miss 
Goodall, at the Concerts of Ancient Music. The oratorios, &c. from a selection of 
sacred songs by Thomas Moore Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. 
n.d. [c.1825]
Folio. Disbound. 11 pp. Ink signature on title-page. Title-page repaired. 
988
MOORE (Thomas) Love's victory, a song. By Thomas Moore Esqre. London: 
Published by Cramer, Addison & Beale, 201 Regent Street. n.d. [c.1825]
Folio. Disbound. 5 pp. Repaired. 
989
MOORE (Thomas) Melodies, Irish and National. London: Printed and published by 
W. Dugdale, 23, Russell Court, Drury Lane. 1826 
12mo in 6s. Contemporary full black crushed morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 119 pp. Ink 
signature on upper fly-leaf. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Moore. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
990
MOORE (Thomas) The young Indian maid, ballad. By Thomas Moore Esqr. London: 
Published by 
Cramer, Addison & Beale, 201 Regent Street, & 67 Conduit Street. n.d. [c.1826]
Folio. Disbound. 5 pp.
991
MOORE (Thomas) Evenings in Greece, first evening. The poetry by Thomas Moore 
Esqr. The music composed and selected by Henry R. Bishop and Thomas Moore. 
London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. [1827] 
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 89 pp. 
	NCBEL III,266.
992
MOORE (Thomas) A Selection of Popular National Airs, with Symphonies and 
Accompaniments by Henry R. Bishop. The Words by Thomas Moore Esqr. Sixth 
Number. London: Published by J. Powers, 34 Strand. n.d. [1827]
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper boards. [67-]127 pp. 
Two plates. Spine a little frayed.
	NCBEL III,265.
993
MOORE (Thomas) A Set of Glees, Written and composed by Thomas Moore. 
London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [c.1827]
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper covered boards, reback. 
[47] pp. Dated ink signature on upper cover and on title-page. A little marked.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Moore. 
994
MOORE (Thomas) Here take my heart. Ballad written and composed by Thomas 
Moore, Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand, and Holloway, 5, Hanway 
Street, Oxford Street. n.d. [c.1828]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp.
995
MOORE (Thomas) The song of the olden time. Written and composed by Thomas 
Moore Esqr. London: Published by J. Power, 34 Strand. n.d. [c.1828]
Folio. Disbound. 7 pp. Stain to inner margin.
996
MOORE (Thomas) The Summer Fete, a poem with songs. Philadelphia: Carey, Lea 
& Blanchard, Chestnut Street. 1833 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo in 4s. First Philadelphia edition. Original pink linen texture cloth. Paper 
label on upper cover. 64 pp. 4 pp. of advertisements at front. Ink signature on 
upper fly-leaf. Covers and spine faded.
	NCBEL III,266. An edition appeared in England with music in 1831 and a 
	Paris edition was published in 1832 and 1833. 
	1491
	MOORE (Thomas) Ina, a tragedy; in five acts. By Mrs. Wilmot. Second 
	edition. London: Printed for John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1815 
		Not in NCBEL entry for Moore.
997
MOORE (William) Poetic Effusions. By William Moore, Minister of Bethesda 
Chapel, Truro. London: Longman and Co., Paternoster Row, and J. Carthew, Truro. 
1828 [Printer: Truro: Printed by J. Carthew, County Library] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in blue linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. [80] pp. 1/2-
title. Spine frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 633. The Johnson copy.
998
MOORHOUSE (William Vincent) The Thrasher; and other poems. Wellington, 
Salop: Printed and sold by Houlston and Son. And to be had at their warehouse, 
65, Paternoster-Row, London. 1828 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in cream paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. [144] 
pp. Vignette on title-page. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. List of subscribers (46 
pp.). Some scattered foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 634. The Johnson copy.
999
[MORE (Hannah)] Dick and Johnny: or, the last new drinking song. [London:] Sold 
by J. Marshall, (Printer to the Cheap Repository for Religious and Moral Tracts), 
No. 17, Queen-Street, Cheapside and No. 4, Aldermary Church-Yard; and R. White, 
Piccadilly, London. By S. Hazard at Bath; J. Elder, at Edinburgh, and by all 
booksellers, newsmen, and hawkers, in town and country. n.d. [c.1796] [Printer: 
No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. 8 pp.
	See NCBEL II,1599, where it is not listed separately.
1000
[MORE (Hannah)] A Hymn of Praise for the Abundant Harvest of 1796. Cheap 
Repository. London: Sold by J. Marshall, (Printer to the Cheap Repository for 
Moral and Religious Tracts), No. 17, Queen-street, Cheapside, and No. 4, 
Aldermary Church Yard; and R. White, Piccadilly, London. By S. Hazard, at Bath, 
and by all booksellers, newsmen and hawkers in town and country. [1796] 
[Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. 8 pp. Foxed.
	See NCBEL II,1599 where it is not listed separately. 
1001
MORE (Hannah) Poems of Hannah More. London: Printed for T. Cadell & W. 
Davies in the Strand. 1816 [Printer: Printed by A. Strahan, Printers-Street, 
London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf, rebacked, new 
endpapers. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [408] 
pp. Engraved vignette on title-page. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL II,1599. Jackson, Annals, p. 409. Jackson, Women, More 26 (a).
1002
MORE (Hannah) The Poetical Works of Hannah More. With a memoir of the 
author. London: Printed for Scott, Webster & Geary, Charterhouse-Square. 1836 
[Printer: Glasgow: Printed by George Brookman]
12mo. First edition. Original full maroon morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt inside dentelles. 504 pp. Frontispiece. Additional 
engraved vignette title-page. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper.
	Not in NCBEL entry for More.
1003
MORE BROAD GRINS, or mirth versus melancholy. London: Printed by J. Compton, 
Middle Street, Cloth Fair, for John Lowndes, 25 Bow Street, Covent Garden. 1819
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-roan, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
gilt. [67] pp. Vignette on title-page. Edges a trifle rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 445. 
1004
MORLEY (Frances Parker, Countess of)  The Flying Burgermaster. A legend of the 
Black Forest. No place: F. Morley invt et sculpt. 1832
Octavo. First edition. Original brown morocco grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in 
gilt. 14 pp. Frontispiece and engraved title-page. Fourteen plates, probably all by 
Morley. Dated signed presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Two bookplates on 
upper paste-down endpaper (including that of presentee). One bookplate on 
upper free endpaper. Spine a trifle rubbed and frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 567. 
1005
MORLEY (Richard) Elegant, Original and Select poetry. London: Printed by the 
Philanthropic Society, St. George's Fields; Published for the author by Parsons 
and Son, Fleet Street. 1811 [Printer: Printed by the Philanthropic Society, St. 
Geroge's Fields] 
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. 92 pp. Bound with: CUNNINGHAM. An Elegy on a Pile of 
Ruins. 1806. [item 294]; EDWARDS. A Collection of Poems on various subjects. 
1810 [item 377]; and WHITE. Clifton Grove. 1803. [not catalogued]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1006
MORRIS (Henry) Poems and Poetical Fragments. Including an historical sketch of 
Ford Abbey, Devon. Second edition. Sherborne: Printed by John Penny, Journal 
Office, sold by Longman and Co., London. 1835 
Octavo in 4s. Bound by S. Cooper in black sand grain cloth. Paper label on spine. 
68 pp. Lacks lower free endpaper. Tear to K1 and K2. A little light foxing. 
Binder's label on upper paste-down endpaper: Bound by S. Cooper, Sherborne.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 635. The Johnson copy. 
1007
MOSBY (John Newby) The Fall of Algiers; The Bride of the Desert; and other 
poems. Doncaster: Brooke & Co., High Street; and C. & J. White, Baxter-Gate. 1831 
[Printer: Doncaster: Printed by Brooke and Co., High Street] 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. 418 pp. List of subscribers (5 pp.). A 
very trifle marked throughout. Spine slightly rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 637. The Johnson copy.
1008
[MOTHERWELL (William)] Renfrewshire Characters and Scenery: a poem, in three 
hundred and sixty five cantos. By Isaac Brown, late manufacturer in the Plunkin' 
of Paisley. Paisley: Printed for T. Dick, Bookseller, and to be had of all the 
booksellers in the flourishing towns, in the West of Scotland. 1824 [Printer: J. 
Neilson, Printer]
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 50 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper.
	NCBEL III,394. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 640. The Johnson copy.
1009
[MOTHERWELL (William)] Certain Curious Poems written at the close of the 
XVIIth and beginning of the XVIIIth Century, on a variety of subjects, local and 
political, pricnipally from the pen of Mr. James M'Alpie, Sheriff Substitute of 
Renfrewshire, Anno MDCXCIV, with a few pieces by other ingenious hands. 
Paisley: Printed by J. Neilson. 1828 
Octavo in 4s. Bound in 1/4-green morocco, stiff drab wrappers, uncut. 42 pp. 
Apparently limited to thirty copies. A little foxed. Spine sunned. 
	NCBEL III,394. Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 638. The Johnson copy.
1010
MOTHERWELL (William) Poems Narrative and Lyrical. Glasgow: David Robertson, 
Trongate; Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and 
Longman, London. 1832 [Printer: Glasgow: Printed by James Hedderwick and 
Son] 
Large paper copy in 4s. First edition. Bound by F. Bedford in full calf, t.e.g. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Two gilt lettering 
pieces. Raised gilt bands. 232 pp. 1/2-title. Author's dated presentation copy 
(1/2-title). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Binder's stamp on verso of 
upper free endpaper (Bound by F. Bedford). 
	NCBEL III, 393. Jackson, Annals, p. 569. Johnson 639. The Johnson copy.
1011
MOUNT EDGCUMBE (Earl of) Prologue written by the Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, 
and spoken by him at the opening of the Theatre, Strawberry Hill, Nov. 1800
Quarto in 2s. First edition. [1] p. 
1012
MUIR (William) Poems on Various Subjects; with notices biographical and critical 
of the author and his writings. Glasgow: Printed for William Turnbull, Glasgow; 
William Blackwood, Edinburgh; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 
London. 1818 [Printer: Printed by William Lang, 62, Bell-Street, Glasgow]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-brown morocco, brown linen texture 
cloth, t.e.g., other edges uncut. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 
590 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 641.
1013
MURRAY (Henry Nairne) Effusions in Rhyme. Edinburgh: Printed for W. Nivison, 
10 North Bridge; and J. Robertson, Parliament Square. 1818 [Printer: Printed by 
J. Moir, Edinburgh, 1818]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full reversed calf. Covers blocked in 
blind. Gilt lettering piece. 130 pp. Additional engraved title-page. A little damp-
staining. Worn. 
	Not Jackson, Annals.
1014
MYLNE (James, at Lochill) Poems, consisting of miscellaneous pieces, and two 
tragedies. Edinburgh: Printed for William Creech, and sold by T. Cadell, London. 
1790 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 
Raised gilt bands. 435 pp. List of subscribers (14 pp.). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 160. 
1015
N. (C.) Tears and Smiles through Them. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, 
Green, & Longman; Brooke & Son, Lincoln; Ball, Brigg; Stark, Gainsburgh; and all 
booksellers. n.d. [c.1820] [Printer: Printed by Adam Stark, Gainsburgh] 
Octavo in 6s. Contemporary full brown calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [96] pp. 1/2-title. Two plates. 
Presentation leaf. Errata slip tipped-in at front. List of subscribers (15 pp.). A 
little grime here and there. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. Johnson 646. The Johnson 
	copy. 
1016
NAIRNE (Edward) Poems, Miscellaneous and humorous, with explanatory notes 
and observations. By Edward Nairne, of Sandwich in Kent. Canterbury: Printed 
by Simmons and Kirkby. 1791 
Octavo. Contemporary 1/2-calf, rebacked. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. 144 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Title-page re-laid and marked. Piece torn 
from corner of I7, text unaffected. I8 relaid, repaired and marked. A trifle foxed 
in places. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 168. Johnson 647. The Johnson copy. 
1017
NEALE (Cornelius) Lyrical Dramas: with domestic hours, a miscellany of odes and 
songs. By Cornelius Neale, late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. London: 
Printed by Bensley and Son, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, for Pinnock and Maunder, 
267, Strand. 1819
Octavo. ?First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [296] pp. Author's presentation copy (title-page). 
	See Jackson, Annals, pp. 444-445. Jackson says that the first edition was 
	published by Holdsworth undated and was 368 pp.  But according to him 
	the dated title-page was the second edition. He gets this information from 
	the British Library catalogue which gives no pagination. 
1018
[NEELE (Henry) and FITZ-GERALD (William-Thomas)] Poems for the Anniversary 
of the Literary Fund. 1819. London: Printed by J. Nichols and Son, Red Lion 
Passage, Fleet Street. 1819
Octavo in 4 and 2. First edition. Stitched as issued, uncut. 12 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1019
[NEVILLE (O.)] The Lay of the Last Minstrel, travesty. The virgin edition. London: 
Sold by H. Colburn, 50, Conduit-Street, Bond-Street; John Anderson, Edinburgh; 
and John Cumming, Dublin. 1811 [Printer: J. Brettell, Printer, Marshall-Street, 
Golden-Square, London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, upper cover rejointed. 
Paper label on spine. [240] pp. 1/2-title. Errata leaf at end. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. Evidence of bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Spine worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 349. 
1020
THE NEW CASKET; containing gems of amusement and general instruction; with 
original and select poetry; reviews of books, music and prints; notices of fine 
arts, the drama, etc. Elegantly embellished by W.C. Walker. Vol. 1. London: 
William Strange, 21 Paternoster Row. 1831 [Printer: G. Cowie, Printer, Belle 
Sauvage Yard, Ludgate Hill]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Fifty-two numbers bound in contemporary pink 
binder's cloth, upper cover rejointed. 416 pp. Frontispiece. Illustrated. A little 
worn.  
1021
THE NEW COMIC ANNUAL FOR 1831. By [Falstaff]. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., 
St. Paul's Church-yard. 1831 [Printer: London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers, 
Fleet Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original full green roan, a.e.g., recased. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 192 pp. Vignette on title-page. Illustrated. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Dated inscription on upper fly-leaf. A 
little rubbed. A trifle foxed. Upper hinge cracked. 
	Faxon 1626.
1022
THE NEW COMIC ANNUAL. Illustrated with one hundred highly humorous cuts. 
London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., St. Paul's Church-Yard. n.d. [?1835] [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original brown patterned ribbed grain 
cloth, rebacked, original backstrip laid-down. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 286 pp. Vignette on title-page. Illustrated. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. A little scattered foxing. 
	See Faxon 1626.
1023
THE NEW YEAR'S GIFT; and Juvenile Souvenir. [Second edition]. Edited by Mrs. 
Alaric Watts. London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. 1829 
[Printer: London: Printed by Samuel Manning and Co., London-House Yard, St. 
Paul's]
12mo. in 6's. First edition. Original 1/4-morocco, boards, a.e.g. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 240 pp. Frontispiece, vignette title-page and ten plates. 6 pp. of 
advertisements. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks upper free 
endpaper. Edges rubbed and corners a little frayed. 
	Faxon 1631. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans and Montgomery. 
1024
THE NEW YEAR'S GIFT and Juvenile Souvenir. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, 
Brown & Green. [Printer: Printed by S. Manning & Co., London-House Yard, St. 
Paule's]. n.d. [1830]
24mo. in 6s. First edition. Original patterned ribbed cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 240 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Nine plates. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. A gathering loose. Edges rubbed and a little frayed. Piece 
missing from spine. School prize inscription on upper free endpaper.
	Faxon 1632. Faxon's copy only had eight plates. Contains poetry by Mrs. 
	Hemans.
1025
[NICHOLS (J.)] A Rowland for an Oliver; or a poetical answer to the benevolent 
epistle of Mr. Peter Pindar. Also the manuscript odes, songs, letters, &c. &c. of 
the above Mr. Peter Pindar, now first published by Sylvanus Urban. London: 
Printed for G. Kearsley, at Johnson's Head, No. 46, Fleet-street. 1790 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 50 pp.
	NCBEL II,697. NCBEL gives the author as [NICHOLS (J.)] but lists it under 
	Wolcot Part II. Jackson, Annals, p. 161. Jackson and the British Library 
	give WOLCOT as the author.
1026
NICHOLS (W.L.) Horë Romanë or a Visit to a Roman Villa. Bath: R. Riviere, Union 
Street; and all booksellers. 1838 [Printer: H. E. Carrington, Printer, Chronicle 
Office, St. James Street, Bath] 
Quarto. Original blue paper wrappers. Paper label on upper cover. 15 pp. Outer 
margin nicked. Creased.
	Johnson 648. The Johnson copy.
1027
NICHOLSON (John) The Lyre of Ebor; The Fall of Belshazzar; Genius and 
Intemperance; and other poems. London: Sold by Seeley and Son, 169 Fleet-
Street; and G. & E. Nicholson, Bradford. 1827 [Printer: G. & E. Nicholson, Printers, 
Kirkgate, Bradford]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. 218 pp. Dated ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,395. Jackson, Annals, p. 530. Johnson 652.
1028
NICHOLSON (J.) Strictures on the proposed New Moral World. Bradford: Printed 
and sold by W.H. Blackburn, Market Street; and sold by all booksellers. 1839 
Octavo. Rebound in pink paper boards. Paper label on spine. 16 pp. Small tear to 
title-page. Title-page grimed. 
	Johnson 653. The Johnson copy.
1029
NICHOLSON (Thomas) Visions of the Muse; a series of poems: to which is added, 
The Gallic Lovers; a tale, in four cantos. Leeds: Printed and published by J.C. 
Vickers, for the author, and sold by all Booksellers. 1828 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in contemporary marbled boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. [152] pp. Contains the errata. A trifle scattered foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 654. The Johnson copy.
1030
NICHOLSON (William) Tales in Verse, and Miscellaneous Poems; descriptive of 
rural life and manners. The second edition. To which is prefixed, a memoir of the 
author. Edinburgh: Published by Oliver & Boyd; D. Allan and Co. Glasgow; G.B. 
Whittaker, London; J. Johnstone, Dumfries; J. Nicholson, Kirkcudbright; and J. 
M'Nairn, Newtonstewart. Printed by N. M'L. Bruce, Dumfries. 1828 
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. 387 pp. 
Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 542. Johnson 655. The Johnson copy. 
1031
NICOLL (Robert) Poems and Lyrics. Edinburgh: William Tait; Simpkin, Marshall, 
and Co., London; John Cumming, Dublin. 1835 [Printer: Printed at the Advertiser 
Office, Dundee]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Later nineteenth century 1/2-calf, cloth boards. Upper 
cover blocked in blind and gilt. Lower cover blocked in blind. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 220 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. A 
little scuffed. 
	NCBEL III,543. Jackson, Annals, p. 589. Johnson 656.
1032
[NOEL (Gerard T.)]  Arvendel; or, sketches in Italy and Switzerland. London: 
James Nisbet, Berners Street; sold also by Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly; Seeley 
and Son, Fleet Street; W. Oliphant, and Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh; Chalmers 
and Collins, Glasgow; and R.M. Tims, Dublin. 1826 [Printer: Ellerton and 
Henderson, Printers, Gough Square]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full olive green calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 123 
pp. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Joints a little cracked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1033
NORTH BRITON (A) Stanzas on the Invasion, addressed to Scotland. To which are 
added verses to fancy by the same author. Glasgow: Printed for and sold by 
Brash & Reid. n.d. [c.1797] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Quarto. First edition. Disbound. 8 pp. 
	1417
	NORTHAMPTON (Lord) The Tribute: a collection of miscellaneous 
	unpublished poems, by various authors. London: John Murray, Albemarle 
	Street; and Henry Lindsell, Wimpole Street. 1837 
1034
[NORTON (Hon. Mrs. Caroline)]  The Sorrows of Rosalie. A tale. With other poems. 
London: John Ebers and Co. 1829 [Printer: London: Printed by T. Brettell, Rupert 
Street, Haymarket]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green diced calf. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 136 pp. 
	NCBEL III,544. Jackson, Annals, p. 548. Jackson, Women, Norton 1 (a).
	721
	NORTON (Honorable Mrs. [Caroline] (Ed.) The Keepsake for MDCCCXXXVI. 
	London: Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 
	Paris: Rittner and Goupil. Berlin: A. Asher. 1836
		See NCBEL III,544 where this is alluded to.
1035
NURSE (Perry) Evening with other poems. Norwich: Printed by John Stacy, Old 
Haymarket, and sold in London by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. 
1829
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink paper boards. 175 pp. List of 
subscribers (10 pp.). Corrigenda slip. Spine and corners frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 662. Johnson lists the author as NURSEY.
1036
THE NURSERY GARLAND; being a selection of short, classical poems, adapted to 
very early youth; respectfully inscribed to the mothers of families. [Edited by 
W.M.]. London: Printed for J. Harris (successor to E. Newbery) at the Juvenile 
Library, corner of St. Paul's Church-Yard, and Vernor and Hood, in the Poultry. 
By J. Crowder and E. Hemsted, Warwick-Square. 1801
24mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-green morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 172 pp. 
Frontispiece. Ink inscriptions and signatures on upper fly-leaf and on title-page. 
	Contains poetry by Samuel Rogers and Mrs. Barbauld.
1037
OCCASIONAL STANZAS, adapted to the German air, "Erschall o Gefåhl". Free 
Masons' Hall, Jan. 27, 1813. [London: G. Sidney, Printer, Northumberland-Street, 
Strand. 1813]
Single sheet, folded. First edition. As issued. [4] pp. Folded, as issued. 
1038
THE OFFERING; a tribute of friendship and affection. Illustrated with fine 
engravings. by the editor of "The Wreath of Friendship;", "The Bouquet;", "The 
Cabinet of Literary Gems," etc., etc. London: Edward Lacey, 76, St. Paul's Church 
Yard. n.d. [c.1834] [Printer: No imprint]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original green moirè silk covered boards, a.e.g. 
Rebacked, original backstrip laid-down. Spine blocked in gilt. 314 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. 5 plates. Spine rubbed and frayed. Corners 
frayed. 
	See Faxon 1646-47. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans.
1039
OFFICER OF THE ARMY (An) The Victory of Love, a rural poem; in blank verse; 
with other poetical pieces, consisting of Colin and Chloe.... Sunderland: Printed by 
Summers and Young, High-Street. 1805 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/4-cream, grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[64] pp. Frontispiece. Lacks the 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Corner torn from 
H1 and H2, text unaffected. Text a little foxed and damp-stained. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 926. The Johnson copy. 
1040
OLD A.Z. Fugitive Scraps. Containing with others, three satirical pieces, viz. 
Monopoly, The Fork, and the Solitary Triangle; or, Madam Clack's visit to the 
cottage. Lewes: Printed for the author, by Bull and Co., 79 High Street. 1820 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. Rebacked, paper label on 
spine. 134 pp. Ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks upper free 
endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 350. The Johnson copy.
1041
THE OLD BLACK COCK AND HIS DUNGHILL ADVISERS IN JEOPARDY; or, the palace 
that Jack built. By the Author of the R---l Fowls. With twelve cuts. Third edition. 
London: Printed by and for Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange. 1820
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 23 pp. Illustrated.
	First published in 1820. Jackson, Annals, p. 459.
1042
OLD TOM (Ed.) The Asses' Skin Memorandum Book, lost in St. Paul's. To which is 
added, a condolence with the ultras, &c. &c. &c. London: Printed for W. Wright 
46, Fleet Street. 1820 [Printer: London: Shackell and Arrowsmith, Johnson's-
Court, Fleet-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [16] 
pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink signature on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1043
OLD TOM OF OXFORD The New Christmas Budget. London: Printed for W. Wright, 
46 Fleet Street. 1820 [Printer: London: Shackell and Arrowsmith, Johnson's 
Court]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [16] 
pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink signature on 1/2-title. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. Text a little marked, some letters affected. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 458. 
1044
OLD TOM OF OXFORD Types of the Times. London: Printed for William Wright, 46, 
Fleet-street. 1820 [Printer: Baxter, Printer, Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, paper label on spine. 32 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 465.
1045
OLIVER (William) A Collection of Original Local Songs and other piece. Newcastle 
upon Tyne: Printed by R. T. Edgar, at the New Circulating Library, Pilgrim Street. 
1824 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in plain blue paper wrappers. 24 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 670. The Johnson copy. 
Together with:
OLIVER (William) A Collection of Local Songs, Poems, &c. &c. Newcastle: Printed 
by Edward Walker, Pilgrim Street. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. Original greenish gray paper boards, rebacked. Hand lettered paper 
label on spine. [71] pp. 1/2-title. Covers marked. Edges frayed. Text a little 
marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 544. Johnson 669. The Johnson copy. 
1046
OPIE (Mrs. [Amelia]) Poems. The sixth edition. London: Printed for Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row. 1811 [Printer: Printed by 
Richard Taylor and Co., Shoe Lane, London]
Octavo in 12s. Sixth edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Two gilt lettering piece. [188] pp. 
Frontispiece. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL III,753. First published in 1802. Jackson, Annals, p. 351. Jackson, 
	Women, Opie 3 (f). 
1047
OPIE (Mrs. [Amelia]) The Warrior's Return, and other poems. The second edition. 
London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-row. 1808 
[Printer: Richard Taylor and Co., Printers, Shoe Lane]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. [186] pp. 
Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on verso of upper free endpaper. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Corners a little worn. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Mrs. Opie. which seems to indicate that there was 
	only the one edition in 1808. First published in 1808. Not in Jackson, 
	Annals, which similarly indicates only the one edition in 1808. Jackson, 
	Women, Opie 4 (c). 
1048
OPIE (Amelia) Lays for the Dead. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & 
Longman, Paternoster Row. 1834
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 144 pp. 
Frontispiece. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,753. Jackson, Annals, p. 580. Jackson, Women, Opie 7. Johnson 
	671.
1049
ORD (John Walker) England: a historical poem. Volume I. London: Simpkin and 
Marshall, and Baldwin and Cradock; Tait, Edinburgh; and Cumming, Dublin. 1834 
[Printer: Sunderland: Printed by T. Marwood and Co., Herald Office]
Together with:
ORD (John Walker) England: a historical poem. Volume II. London: Simpkin and 
Marshall; Tait, Edinburgh; Cumming, Dublin; Bellerby and Marsh, York; Marwood, 
Sunderland; Intelligencer Office, Leeds; and Jennett, Stockton. 1835 [Printer: 
Printed by T. Marwood & Co., Herald Office]
Octavo in 4s. Two volumes. Original pink sand grain cloth. Volume 2 rebacked, 
original backstrip laid-down. Paper label on each spine. [269];[258] pp. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper of volume 1. List of subscribers in volume 1 (5 
pp.). List of subscribers in volume 2 (8 pp.) Volume 2 unopened. Spine of volume 
1 faded. Some fading to covers of volume 1. 
	Jackson, Annals, pp. 579 and 586. Johnson 674 and 675. The Johnson set.
1050
[OSBORNE (D'Arcy Godolphin)] Granta; or, a page from the life of a Cantabin the 
shape of a fugitive poem. Cambridge: Published by W. H. Smith, Rose Crescent. 
1836 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [77] 
pp. Errata slip. Lacks 1/2-title. 
1051
OSLER (Edward) The Voyage; a poem; written at sea, and in the West Indies, and 
illustrated by papers on natural history. London: Published by Longman and Co., 
Paternoster-Row. 1830 [Printer: Printed by J. Trathan, Falmouth] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 144 
pp. Text marked throughout. Joints cracked. Spine chipped and frayed. Strange 
stitch holes throughout and on boards. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 557. Johnson 678. The Johnson copy.
1052
OULTON (W.C.) The Death of Abel; a poem: in five cantos; from the German of S. 
Gessner; with occasional notes: dedicated, by permission, to Her Royal Higheness 
Princess Charlotte, of Wales. London: Printed for Hogg and Co., No. 16, 
Paternoster-Row, by Rider and Weed, Little Britain. 1811
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full russia. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 279 pp. Frontispiece. Four 
plates. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. A little rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 348.
1053
OUSELEY (Thomas John) A Vision of Death's Destruction, miscellaneous poems, 
(second edition,) and The Porte-Feuille. By Thomas John Ouseley, editor of the 
Leicester Conservative Standard. London: Whittaker and Co.; Blackwood, 
Edinburgh; Curry, Jun., Dublin; Hicklin, - Dearden, Nottingham; Knott, 
Birmingham; Bemrose, Derby; J.G. Brown, Leicester. 1837 [Printer: Leicester: 
Printed by J.G. Brown, Market Place]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Contemporary full brown calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. 348 
pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Foxed. Lacks upper free endpaper. 
	First edition published in 1836. Johnson 679.
1054
OXFORD ENGLISH PRIZE POEMS. [New edition]. Oxford: D. A. Talboys. 1828 
[Printer: D.A. Talboys, Printer, Oxford]
Octavo in 12s. New edition. Rebound in 1/4-brown morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 191 pp.
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 539. Jackson's edition may not be the new edition, 
	since he makes no mention of this. Contains poetry by Hawker, Milman and 
	Heber. 
1055
OXFORD PRIZE POEMS: being a collection of such English poems as have at various 
times obtained prizes in the University of Oxford. Fourth edition. Oxford: Printed 
for J. Parker; F. and C. Rivington, and Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London. 
1810 [1811] [Printer: Collingwood and Co., Oxford]
Octavo. Fourth edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 176 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 351.
1056
OXFORD PRIZE POEMS: being a collection of such English poems as have at various 
times obtained prizes in the University of Oxford. Oxford: Printed for J.H. Parker, 
J. Vincent, and H. Slatter. 1839 [Printer: Vincent, Printer, Oxford]
Octavo. First thus. Rebound in paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 371 pp.  
	Contains poetry by Heber, Milman, Hawker, Keble and Ruskin.
1057
P. (W.Y.) Sketches of Bandit Life; and other poems. York: Printed for the Author; 
by H. Bellerby, Gazette-Office. 1830 
Octavo. Uncut in the original green linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. 174 
pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ink signature on title-page. Paper 
label chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 557. Johnson 681. The Johnson copy.
1058
[PAGE (Frederick)]  The Song of the Bell. Translated from the German of 
Frederick von Schiller. With the original. London: Printed for Treuttel and 
Würtz, Soho-Square; and Hatchard, Piccadilly. 1827 [Printer: Printed by 
Richard Taylor, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original printed stiff paper wrappers, stitched 
as issued. [46] pp. Parallel texts. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 533.
1059
PAGE (James A.) Scattered Leaves. By James A. Page, a scholar at Boteler's Free 
Grammar School. Warrington: Printed by J. Haddock. 1839 
Octavo in 4s. Original rose sand grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in gilt. 100 pp. 
Lacks upper free endpaper. Covers and spine faded and marked. 
	Johnson 682. The Johnson copy.
1060
THE PALACE OF JOHN BULL, contrasted with the poor "House that Jack built." 
With eight copper-plates: Radical Balance - The Palace - Radical Reform - 
England's Pyramid - Radical's Pyramid - Radical's Truiumph - Ruffian 
Assemblies - Vessel of State, and Radical Lugger. London: Published by G. 
Greenland, 3, Finsbury-Place; and sold by all booksellers. Printed by G. Hazard, 
50, Beech-Street. 1820
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Spine blocked in black. [24] pp. 
Illustrated, with eight copper-plates. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1061
PALMER (A.) Alexander at Jerusalem. A prize composition. Hyde Abbey School, 
Winchester, June 5, 1828. [Winchester: Printed at Jacob and Johnson's County 
Newspaper Office. 1828] 
Single folded sheet. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 4 pp. 
A little marked. 
	Johnson 683. The Johnson copy. Johnson notes that this item is not in 
	Jackson - but Jackson did not include items less than 8 pp. 
1062
PARDOE (Miss [Julia]) The Plague a poem by Guido Sorelli of Florence, author of 
"I mei pensiere" and translator of Milton. The English version. London: For the 
Author, 18, Piccadilly; Dulau and Co. Soho Square; Saunders and Otley, Conduit 
Street; Rolandi, Berners Street. 1834 [Printer: London: G. Schulze, 13 Poland 
Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original green sand grain cloth. Upper cover blocked 
in gilt. [154] pp. Italian title-page as frontispiece. Parallel texts. Ink signature on 
upper free endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Pardoe 2.
	
1063
PARK (T.) Sonnets, and other small poems. Second edition. London: Published by 
Vernor & Hood, Poultry. 1803 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
12mo. in 8s. Second edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 120 pp. 
Engraved title-page. Four plates. Spine and edges a little worn.
	First published in 1797. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1064
PARKINSON (R.) Poems Sacred and Miscellaneous. London: J.G. & F. Rivington, St. 
Paul's Church Yards, and Waterloo Place; and John Robinson, Whitehaven. 1832 
[Printer: Whitehaven: Printed by J. Robinson, Lowther-Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original rose diaper grain cloth. Gilt lettering piece. 
[168] pp. 1/2-title. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). Spine faded. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 569. Johnson 685.
1065
A PARODY ON THE TENT-SCENE, IN RICHARD THE THIRD. Principal characters - 
Lord Castlebrag, Cashman, Brandreth, Turner, and Ludlam. From the 
Independent Whig. London: Printed and published by R. Carlile, No. 183 Fleet-
Street; and sold by most booksellers and newsvenders [sic]. 1818
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
8 pp. Foxed. 
1066
PARRY (Frederick) The Sacred Day; a poem. Chester: Printed for J. Seacome; 
Hamilton, Adams and Co., London. 1838 [Printer: Printed by R.H. Spence, 
Eastgate-street, Chester] 
Octavo. Original greyish green sand grain cloth, a.e.g. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 
44 pp. Lacks upper free endpaper.
	Johnson 688. The Johnson copy. 
1067
PASTOR AND FIDO, A DIALOGUE IN VERSE. Ross: Printed by W. Farror. 1818 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 15 
pp. Dated ink signature on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 689. The Johnson copy.
1068
PATERSON (Walter)  The Legend of Iona, with other poems. Edinburgh: Printed 
by George Ramsay and Company, for Archibald Constable and Company, 
Edinburgh, and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1814
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards. Rebacked in binder's 
cloth, spine blocked in gilt. 342 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Ex-library 
copy.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 381. Ms. notice of Paterson's life on verso of upper free 
	endpaper. 
1069
[PATTERSON (J.F.)] The Lady and the Saints. In three cantos. With ten vignettes, 
designed by R. Cruikshank. London: Edward Bull, 19, Holles Street. 1839 [Printer: 
C. Richards, Printer, 100 St. Martin's Lane, Charing Cross]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original diaper grain cloth, uncut. Rebacked, part of 
original back-strip laid-down, new endpapers. [236] pp. Vignette on title-page. 
Illustrated. Largely unopened. Errata slip tipped-in. Author's presentation copy 
(title-page). 
1070
[PAUL (Sir John Dean)] The Man of Ton, a satire. London: Henry Colburn, New 
Burlington Street. 1828 [Printer: London: Printed by A. & R. Spottiswoode, New 
Street Square]
Octavo. First edition. 19th century 1/2-black roan, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 112 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1071
PAXTON (George) The Villager, with other poems. Edinburgh: Printed by Thomas 
Turnbull, Old Assembly Close. 1813
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-maroon roan, paper covered 
boards. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 360 pp. Ink signature on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Dated ink inscription on title-page. Piece torn from 
corner of A1, text unaffected. Scattered foxing. Worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 374. 
1072
PEACOCK (Thomas) The Stable Boy; a poem. In five parts. London: William Sams, 
No. 1, St. James's Street, Bookseller to H.R.H. the Duke of York, and J. Asperne, 
Cornhill. 1820 [Printer: W. Flint, Printer, Angel Court, Skinner Street]
Octavo. Rebound in full calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Two gilt lettering pieces. 1/4-calf slip case 
with gilt blocking and blind raised bands. Bound with: HOLLAND. An Appendix to 
the Season of Spring,...1806 [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson, Annals.	
1073
PEACOCK (T.L.) Palmyra, and other poems. London: Printed by T. Bensley, Bolt 
Court, for W.J. and J. Richardson, Royal Exchange. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. 141 pp. 
Frontispiece. 
	NCBEL III,701. Jackson, Annals, p. 300. Hayward 215.  
1074
PEACOCK (Thomas Love) The Genius of the Thames: a lyrical poem, in two parts. 
London: Printed for T. Hookham, Jun. and E. T. Hookham, No. 15, Old Bond Street; 
and Manners and Miller, Edinburgh. 1810 [Printer: T. Bensley, Printer, Bolt Court, 
Fleet Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Later 19th-century 1/2-maroon crushed morocco, marbled 
boards. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 147 pp. 1/2-title. 
	NCBEL III,701. Jackson, Annals, p. 337.
1075
PEACOCK (T.L.) The Philosophy of Melancholy. A poem in four parts with a 
mythological ode. London: Printed by William Bulmer and Co., Shakspeare Press: 
for T. Hookham, Junior, and E.T. Hookham, Old Bond-Street; Gale and Curtis, 
Paternoster-Row; and John Ballantyne and Company, Edinburgh. 1812
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked, original 
printed paper label laid- down. [126] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Foxed 
throughout. 
	NCBEL III,701. Jackson, Annals, p. 361. Hayward 216.
1076
PEARSON (S.) Poems, dedicated by permission to the Right Honourable the 
Countess Fitzwilliam. Sheffield: Printed by J. Gales and may be had of G.G.J. and J. 
Robinson, Pater-Noster-Row; T. Cadell, in the Strand; and C. Forster, Poultry, 
London. 1790 
Quarto in 2s. Rebound in marbled paper boards. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 68 
pp. List of subscribers (8 pp.). A trifle foxed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 160. Jackson, Women, Pearson 1. Johnson 692. The 
	Johnson copy. 
1077
PEASANT (A) Falsehood Exposed; or, the Reprover Reproved; a poetic epistle to 
Vindex, on his letter to the Rev. Francis Close, in defence of the races. 
Cheltenham: Printed for the author, and sold by S.C. Harper, 93, Winchcomb 
Street. 1827 
Together with:
PEASANT (A) The Second Part of Falsehood Exposed; or, the reprover reproved; a 
poetical epistle to Vindex, on the latter part of his letter to the Rev. Francis Close, 
in defence of the races. Cheltenham: Printed for the Author, and sold by E. 
Matthews, Printer, Bookseller, and Stationer. 1827 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/4-black cloth, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 
12;11 pp. 1/2-title to part I. Part II foxed. Bound with: CLOSE. The Evil 
Consequences of attending the Race Course exposed...1827 [not catalogued]; 
SCRUTATOR. The Races condemned as contrary to Christianity...1827 [not 
catalogued]; SCRUTATOR. The Rev. F. Close's Sermon against the Races 
vindicated....n.d. [not catalogued]; CHRISTIAN BELIEVER. An Answer to the Letter 
of 'Vindex'. 1827 [not catalogued]; A Letter to the Rev. Francis Close....1827 [not 
catalogued]; VINDEX. The Rational Amusements... 1827 [not catalogued]; and 
VINDEX. The Roaring Lions of Hypocrisy.... n.d. [not catalogued].
	Not in Jackson. Johnson 324 and 325. The Johnson copies.
1078
[PEEBLES (William)] The Crisis: or, the progress of revolutionary principles. A 
poem By A Clergyman of the Church of Scotland. Edinburgh: Printed for Bell & 
Bradfute, and A. Mackay; and Longman & Rees, London. By Murray & Cochrane, 
Craig's Close. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary marble paper boards, rebacked. 32 pp. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ms. notes on life of Peebles loosely 
inserted. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 269. 
1079
PEEBLES (William) The Crisis: or, the progress of revolutionary principles, a 
poem. Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne, for Bell and Bradfute, and A. 
Mackay, Edinburgh; and sold by Vernor and Hood, in the Poultry, London. 1804
Octavo. First edition thus. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 192 pp. 1/2-
title. Worn with chipped spine and loose upper cover. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 278. Jackson calls this a "new edition" but Peebles notes 
	in his preface: "The author would also observe, that as the second and third 
	books of the following poem were composed during the course of last 
	winter...".
1080
PEEL (Edmund) An Appeal to Europe on behalf of Greece, and other poems. Isle 
of Wight: Printed for the author, by J. Hall, Newport. 1829
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original light green linen texture cloth. Gilt lettering 
piece. 334 pp. Unopened. Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Covers and 
spine faded. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 693. The Johnson copy. Johnson notes, 
	incorrectly, the presentation is "from the author to his brother to whom 
	the work is dedicated". In fact only the first poem is "inscribed to my 
	brother Joseph". The book itself is dedicated to Robert Haworth Peel....the 
	author's early friend and only patron".
1081
PEEL (Edmund) Judge Not, a poem, on Christian Charity. London: C. and J. 
Rivington, St. Paul's Church Yard; Strand; and Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. 1834 
[Printer: Yelf & Co., Printers, Newport, I.W.] 
Together with:
PEEL (Edmund) Minor Poems, odes, &c. Vol. 2. London: C. and J. Rivington, St. 
Paul's Church Yard; Strand; and Waterloo Place, Pall Mall. 1834 [Yelf & Co., 
Printers, Newport, I.W.]
Octavo. Two volumes in one. Bound in full tan calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. 171;211 pp. Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 694 and 695. The Johnson copy.
1082
PEELE (Edward) The Phantom City, and other poems. Newcastle: Printed by T. 
and J. Hodgson, Union Street. Emerson Charnley. 1831 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original rose linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. 
144 pp. 1/2-title. Initials on 1/2-title. Title-page repaired. Ink scribblings on 
upper and lower endpapers. Spine faded.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 696. The Johnson copy.
1083
A PEEP AT THE P-V----N; or, boiled mutton with caper sauce, at the temple of 
Joss. A satirical poem. London: Printed by and for E. Wilson, 88, Royal Exchange. 
1820
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. [30] pp. 2 pp. of 
advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 460. 
1084
PEERS (Charles) The Siege of Jerusalem. A poem. London: John Murray, 
Albemarle-Street, 1823 [Printer: London: Printed by Thomas Davison, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. Raised 
gilt bands. [264] pp. Contains the errata. "Additional errata" slip tipped-in at end 
with added pencilled ms. erratum.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 497. 
1085
PENNIE (J.F.) The Royal Minstrel; or, the witcheries of Endor, an epic poem, in 
eleven books. Dorchester: Printed and sold by G. Clark; sold also by Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row, London. 1817
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan roan, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [272] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 697.
1086
PENNIE (J.F.) Britain's Historical Drama; a series of national tragedies, intended to 
illustrate the manners, customs, and religious institutions of different early eras 
in Britain. London: Samuel Maunder, 30, Regent Street. 1832 [Printer: London: 
Printed by William Clowes, Stamford 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. [552] pp. 4 
pp. of advertisements at end. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Errata leaf (verso of last 
leaf of subscribers). Corners frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1087
PENWARNE (John) Contemplation, a poem; with tales, and other poetical 
compositions. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster 
Row. 1807 [Printer: J. M'Creery, Printer, Black-Horse-Court, Fleet-Street, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [220] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements. Contains the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 307. 
1088
[PERKINS (Elizabeth Steele)]  The Botanical and Horticultural Meeting, or Flora's 
and Pomona's Fete. A poem, in humble imitation of the butterfly's ball, &c.,&c. 
and respectfully dedicated to the members of the various botanical and 
horticultural societies. By a Lady. From notes by John-Quill. Second edition. The 
profits arising from the sale of this little book will be entirely devoted to charity. 
Birmingham: Beilby, Knott, and Beilby. 1834 [Printer: Birmingham: Printed by 
Thomas Knott]
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in contemporary brown patterned cloth. Gilt 
lettering piece. 27 pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper and on lower paste-
down endpaper. Text a little grimy and marked. Upper hinge cracked. Spine 
chipped.
	First published in 1834. Jackson, Annals, p. 578. Jackson, Women, Perkins 
	1 (b). Jackson calls the first edition the charity edition but this second one 
	also benefits a charity. 
1089
[PHELAN] (Charlotte Elizabeth) Osric, a missionary tale; with the garden and 
other poems. By Charlotte Elizabeth. Dedicated, by permission, to Mrs. Hannah 
More. Second edition, corrected. London: Published by James Nisbet, 21 Berners 
Street. 1826 [Printer: London: J. Dennett, Printer, Leather Lane]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 232 pp. 1/2-title. Errata leaf at end. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink 
signature on 1/2-title. 
	First published in [1825?]. Jackson, Annals, p. 523. Jackson, Women, Phelan 
	2(b). 
1090
[PHILALETHES] Sacred Minstrelsy. London: Hatchard and Sons; J. Nisbet and Co.; 
Hamilton, Adams and Co.; Simpkin, Marhsall, and Co.; Colchester: John Taylor, jun. 
1836 [Printer: John Taylor, Jun., Printer, Colchester] 
Octavo in 4s. Original purple ribbed grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 258 pp. 1/2-title. Author's dated presentation copy (1/2-title). 
Errata slip tipped-in. Some foxing. 
	Johnson 789. The Johnson copy.
1091
PHILLIPS (Charles) The Lament of the Emerald Isle. Fifth edition - with 
additions. London: Printed for William Hone, 67, Old Bailey, three doors from 
Ludgate-Hill. 1818 [Printer: J. M'Creery, Printer, Black-Horse-Court, London]
Octavo in 4s. Fifth edition. Rebound in cream paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[24] pp. 1/2-title with advertisement on verso. 2 pp. of advertisements at end.
	First published in 1812. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1092
PHILLIPS (Peter) The Universal Restoration, and other poems; moral, satirical, 
and religious. London: Hamilton, Adams, and Co., Paternoster Row. 1834 [Printer: 
Coultas and Co., Printers, York]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original dark green flower patterned diagonal grain 
cloth. 128 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 584. 
	87
	PICKERING (George) and BEDINGFELD (Thomas) Poetry, Fugitive and 
	Original. With notes and some additional pieces by a Friend. Newcastle: 
	Printed and sold by S. Hodgson, Union-Street; sold also by Mr. Charnley, 
	Messrs. Akenhead, and Mr. Finlay, Newcastle; and Messrs. Cradock 
	and Joy, Paternoster-Row, London. 1815
1093
PIGOTT (John Dryden, Jun.) Johannice: a poem in two cantos. Monody on Lord 
Byron, and other poems. By the Rev. John Dryden Pigott, Jun. B.A., of Christ 
Church, Oxford and Chaplain to the most noble the Marquis of Tweeddale. 
London: J. Hatchard and Son, 187 Piccadilly. 1832 [Printer: London: Ibotson and 
Palmer, Printers, Savoy Street, Strand]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 158 
pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 567. 
1094
PINDAR (Peter, Jun.) [pseud.] The R---l Brood; or, an illustrious hen and her 
pretty chickens. A poem, by Peter Pindar, Jun. Eleventh edition. London: 
Published E. Wilson, 88 Cornhill. 1813 [Printer: Maurice, Printer, Howford-
Buildings, Fenchurch- Street]
Octavo in 4s. Eleventh edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 29 pp. First published in 1813. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1095
PINDAR (Peter, Esq., The Younger) [pseud.] Pindaric Odes and Tales by Peter 
Pindar, Esq. The Younger. London: Printed for J.J. Stockdale, 33, Pall Mall. 1821 
[Printer: Printed by M. Brown, 86, St. Martin's Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. 
Paper label on spine. 112 pp. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. Contains the errata. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1096
PINKERTON (E.) The Island of the Propontis, and other poems. Glasgow: David 
Robertson; Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh; Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & 
Longman, London. 1832 [Printer: James Hedderwick and Son, Printers, Glasgow] 
12mo. in 8s. Original full morocco grain cloth, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Raised gilt bands. [178] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 702. The Johnson copy. 
1097
THE PLEASURES OF HOME; The Voyage of Life, an allegorical poem; and other 
pieces. London: Printed for G.B. Whittaker. 1825 [Printer: C. Zillwood, Printer, 
Dorchester]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 84 pp. 
Contains the errata. Dated ink signatures on verso of upper free endpaper. 
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 515. He cites this as not a first edition apparently 
	thinking that a similar title published in 1818 with a Lincolnshire imprint 
	is the first of this. Since this item was printed in Dorchester it seems 
	unlikely. Johnson 703.
1098
PLOUGHSHARE (Jan) [pseud.] The Royal Progress to Maidstone. By Jan 
Ploughshare, of Devonshire. Rochester: Printed by W. Epps, Troy-Town. n.d. 
[?c.1799] 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in drab paper boards, uncut. Paper label on upper cover. 
28 pp. Contains the errata. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 783. The Johnson copy.
1099
POCOCK (Ebenezer) Flowers of the East, with an introductory sketch of Oriental 
poetry and music. London: Hamilton, Adams, & Co. 1833 [Printer: Wright & 
Bagnall, Printers, Bridge-Street, Bristol]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-maroon morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. [216] pp. Frontispiece and two plates. Errata slip 
tipped-in at end. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Dated ink signature 
on upper fly-leaf. Edges slightly rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1100
POEMS AND BALLADS. Huddersfield: Printed by Brook and Lancashire, for J. 
Todd, York; J. Mawman, Poultry, and T. Hurst, Pater-Noster-Row, London. n.d. 
[?1810] 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in cream paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 63 pp. 
1/2-title. pp. 61/62 torn and repaired. Contains the errata. Some foxing 
throughout. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. Johnson 704. The Johnson copy.
1101
POEMS: consisting chiefly of odes and elegies. Glasgow: Printed by R. Chapman. 
Sold by W. Turnbull, Brash & Reid, and J. Smith & Son, Glasgow; A. Constable & 
Co., J. Anderson, and A. Mackay, Edinburgh; Vernor, Hood & Sharpe, London. 
1810 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in full calf, t.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering 
piece. 176 pp. 1/2-title. Slightly marked and foxed throughout.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. Johnson 706. The Johnson copy. 
1102
A POETIC SKETCH, intended as an accompaniment to an engraving, just 
published, (from a drawing by the author), to which is added an address on the 
means of a further illustrations of that beautiful sea-bathing town the town of 
Worthing. London: Printed for the author, and published at the libraries, 
Worthing, and sold by all booksellers. 1828 [Printer: J.V. Quick, Printer, 
Clerkenwell]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-roan, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [36] pp. 1/2-title. Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Sprung. 
Joints rubbed and a little frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 540. 
1103
THE POETICAL ALBUM; and register of modern fugitive poetry. Edited by Alaric 
A. Watts. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., St. Paul's Church-yard. 1828 [Printer: 
No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, paper boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. [396] pp. 
Engraved title-page dated 1825. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL III,405. Jackson, Annals, p. 540. Jackson calls this volume 1 of 2, 
	second series. Faxon 1676. Contains poetry by Campbell, Wordsworth, 
	Coleridge, Byron, Baillie, Crabbe, Shelley, Scott, Southey and Lamb.
1104
THE POETICAL ALBUM; and register of modern fugitive poetry. Second series. 
Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co. 1829 [Printer: London: 
Printed by Samuel Manning and Co., London-House Yard, St. Paul's]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-green calf, green moirè cloth 
covered boards. Covers blocked in blind. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands and gilt lettering piece on spine. 
396 pp. Vignette title-page dated 1830. 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Covers a trifle scuffed. Spine sunned.
	NCBEL III,405. Jackson, Annals, p. 547. Faxon 1677. Contains poetry by 
	Mrs. Hemans [to whom this volume is dedicated], Hood, Byron, Barton, 
	Keats, Heber, Cornwall and Montgomery.
	
1105
THE POETICAL MAGAZINE; or, temple of the muses. Consisting chiefly of original 
poems, and occasional selections from scarce and valuable publications. By a 
Society of Gentlemen. London: Printed by J. Swan, 76, Fleet Street, for Vernor 
and Hood, Poultry; and sold by all the booksellers in the United Kingdom. 1804
Octavo in 6s. Two volumes. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers 
and spines blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. 348;348 pp. 
Six plates in each volume. Edges and joints a little rubbed.
1106
POETICAL NARRATIVES, Epistles and Humourous Pieces, selected from the most 
eminent authors. London: Printed for W. Plant Piercy, Holborn-Hill, by J. 
M'Creery, Black-Horse-Court. 1810
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards, evidence 
of paper label on spine. 272 pp. Frontispiece. Three plates. Tear to K6, text 
unaffected. Spine frayed. One plate loose.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1107
THE POETICAL NOTE-BOOK; and epigrammatic museum. Containing more than 
one thousand choice epigrams, fanciful inscriptions, and poetical morceaux. 
Selected by George Wentworth. London: Printed for A. Robertson & Co., Bride 
Court, Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 1824 [Printer: Printed by N. Bliss, Whitefriars]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 383 pp. A few gatherings loose. 
Lower joint cracked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 506. Contains poetry by Byron and Montgomery.
1108
THE POETICAL REGISTER, and repository of fugitive poetry, for 1801. Second 
edition. London: Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church yard; by 
Bye and Law, St. John's square, Clerkenwell. 1802
Octavo. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering label on spine. [497] pp. Errata leaf at end. Bookplates on upper paste-
down endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Erasmus Darwin and Campbell. 
1109
THE POETICAL REGISTER, and repository of fugitive poetry for 1802. The second 
edition. London: Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No. 62., St. Paul's Church Yard; by 
Bye and Law, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell. 1803
Octavo. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt with gilt 
lettering label. [457] pp. Bookplate and book-label on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Edges a little rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 273. Contains poetry by Campbell, Bloomfield and 
	Erasmus Darwin.
1110
THE POETICAL REGISTER, and repository of fugitive poetry, for 1803. Second 
edition. London: Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No. 62, St. Paul's Church Yard; By 
Bye and Law, St. John's Square, Clerkenwell. 1805
Octavo. Newly rebound in paper boards. Gilt lettering piece on spine. 468 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1111
THE POETICAL SCRAP BOOK, consisting of an original selection of English poetry: 
containing many pieces not generally known, and including a few never before 
published. By W. Clapperton. Edinburgh: Printed for John Fairbairn, Bell & 
Bradfute, Manners & Miller, William Whyte & Co., Oliver & Boyd, William 
Oliphant, Waugh & Innes, Stirling & Kenney, John Robertson, and Macredie & Co., 
Edinburgh; and T. Tegg, London. 1824 [Printer: Printed by Oliver & Boyd]
24mo. in 12s. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 412 pp. 
Frontispiece. Ink signature on upper fly-leaf. Spine sunned. Upper cover nicked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Hogg, Scott, Southey, Byron, 
	Rogers, Hemans and Leigh Hunt. 
1112
THE POETRY AND VARIETIES OF Berrow's Worcester Journal, for the year 1827. 
Worcester: Printed at the Office of the Worcester Jounal, 53 High-Street. [1828]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 181 pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Some foxing. Worn. 
	Contains poetry by Hemans, Baillie, Barton, Wordsworth, Montgomery, 
	Heber, Hood and Milman. 
1113
THE POLITICAL ALPHABET. With notes and illustrations. Embellished by thirty-
two engravings from designs by George Cruikshank. Fifth edition. London: 
Published for William Carpenter, at 21 Paternoster Row; and sold by all 
booksellers. n.d. [?c.1830] [Printer: London: Johnston, Printer, Liverpool Street, 
Bishopsgate]
Octavo. Fifth edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
Unpaginated. Illustrated. Grimed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1114
PORCH (Thomas Porch) The Mysteries of Time; or, Banwell Cave. A poem, in six 
cantos. Second edition. London: William Straker, Strand; Printed by John Penny, 
Journal Office, Sherborne. 1833
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original green linen cloth. Paper label on 
spine. 199 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks upper 
free endpaper. Label worn.
	First published in 1833. Jackson, Annals, p. 574. Johnson 715.
1115
PORCHESTER (Lord)  The Moor. London: Printed for Charles Knight, Pall Mall East. 
1825 [Printer: London: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers rejointed. Covers and 
spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 365 pp. Contains the errata leaf. 
Ex-Signet Library copy.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 154. 
1116
PORDEN (Miss [Eleanor Anne])  The Veils; or the triumph of constancy. A poem, 
in six books. London: Printed for John Murray, 50, Albemarle-Street. 1815 
[Printer: London: Printed by C. Roworth, Bell-Yard, Temple-Bar]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 290 pp. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine darkened. Slightly rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 401. Jackson, Women, Porden 1.
1117
[POULTER ()] The Pilgrim of the Rock, a poem, in three cantos. To which are 
added, pieces on various subjects. By P-----r. Sevenoaks: Arnold, Printer. n.d. 
[c.1827] 
Octavo in 6s. Original black ribbed grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. 128 pp. Ink inscriptions on upper free and paste-down 
endpapers. Partly unopened. Slight foxing throughout. Edges rubbed and a little 
frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 717. The Johnson copy.
1118
POWELL (Anne) Clifton, Caractacus, Boadicea, and other pieces. Bristol: Albion 
Press: Printed by Wansbrough and Saunders, 142 Redcliff-Street. 1821
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [136] pp. Contains the errata. List of subscribers (8 pp.). 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Powell 1. Johnson 718. The 
	Johnson copy.
1119
POWELL (Thomas) Works. [London. 1805] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. ?New edition. Contemporary full diced tan calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. 108 pp. Engraved title-page. 1 plate at end. Foxed throughout. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 294. This is a reprint of Edgar and Elfrida by Taliessen 
	de Monmouth [Thomas POWELL] first published in 1790.
1120
PRATT (Mr.) Cottage-Pictures; or, the poor; a poem, with notes and illustrations. 
Fourth edition, with five engravings by Cardon, after the drawings of De 
Loutherbourg. London: W. Marchant, Printer, 3 Greville-Street, Holborn. Printed 
for J.N. Longman and Co., Paternoster Row. 1805 
Quarto in 2s. Fourth edition. Rebound in 1/4-cream cloth, blue paper boards, 
uncut. Gilt lettering piece. [115] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Four plates. Contains 
the errata. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL II, 678. Jackson, Annals, p. 285. Johnson 720. The Johnson copy. 
	There is an additional printer's imprint at the end: From the Office of W. 
	Dyke, Tewksbury. Johnson explains this - based on watermarks - as 
	preliminaries newly printed for this edition in London, together with text 
	from an earlier edition printed in Tewksbury. I suspect that the truth is 
	far more complicated since there are loads of stubs, etc. The poem "Bread" 
	which is "Cottage-Pictures" was certainly printed by Dyke in Tewksbury in 
	1801 but with another pagination. Short of seeing all of the editions 
	together with the editions of the titles advertised on the final leaf it would 
	be rash to make any general statements about the printer. 
1121
PRESTON (William)  Democratic Rage; or, Louis the Unfortunate. A tragedy. 
Dublin: Printed by Graisberry and Campbell, for John Archer, No. 80, Dame-
Street. 1793
Octavo. First Dublin edition. Original paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 102 pp. 
1/2-title. Lacks lower cover. Wrappers a little frayed. Corners creased.
	First published in 1793. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1122
PRICHARD (T.J. Llewelyn) Aberystwith in Miniature, in various poems. 
Carmarthen: Printed by Jonathan Harris. 1824 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in marbled paper wrappers. 48 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 722. The Johnson copy.
1123
PRICHARD (T. Jeffery Llewelyn) Welsh Minstrelsy: containing The Land Beneath 
the Sea; or, Cantrev y gwaelod, a poem, in three cantos; with various other 
poems. London: Published by Messrs. John and H.L. Hunt, Tavistock-Street, 
Covent-Garden. 1825 [Printer: Wales: Printed by John Cox, Great Dark-Gate 
Street, Aberystwyth]
Octavo in 4s. ?New edition. Uncut in the orignal drab paper boards, rebacked, 
new paper label. 319 pp. Contains the errata slip. List of subscribers at end (9 
pp.). 
	First published in 1824. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1124
PRINGLE (James) The Wreath, composed of one hundred and forty poems and 
songs, never before published; with a number of pieces, published in different 
works. Glasgow: Printed for the Author, Farmer's Land, Head of High John-Street; 
by Young and Gallie, 150 Trongate. 1821 
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 244 pp. 1/2-title. Ink signature on 1/2-title. Grubby throughout.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 724. The Johnson copy. 
1125
PRINGLE (Thomas) The Poetical Works of Thomas Pringle. With a sketch of his 
life, by Leitch Ritchie. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1838 [Printer: 
London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full diced russia. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gil edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. Riased gilt bands. 219 
pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-page. 1 plate.
	NCBEL III,396. 
1126
[PROCTER (Bryan Waller)] The Poetical Works of Barry Cornwall. [In three 
volumes]. London: Printed for Henry Colburn and Co. 1822 [Printer: London: 
Printed by J. Green, Leicester Street]
Octavo in 12s. Three volumes. First edition. Contemporary full diced russia. 
Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spines blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside 
dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 213;200;207 pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end of 
volume 3. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper of each volume. Spines a 
little worn. Upper cover of volume 1 scuffed.
	NCBEL III,396. Jackson, Annals, p. 485.  
1127
[PROCTER (Bryan Waller)] English Songs, and other small poems. By Barry 
Cornwall. London: Edward Moxon, 64 New Bond Street. 1832 [Printer: Bradbury 
and Evans, Printers, 22 Bouverie Street]
12mo in 6s. First edition. Original olive patterned diagonal grain cloth. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 232 pp. 1/2-title. 4 pp. of advertisements at end. Dated ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,397. Jackson, Annals, p. 567. 
1128
PROUDLOCK (Lewis) The Posthumous Poetical Works of Lewis Proudlock. 
Jedburgh: Printed by Walter Easton. 1826 
12mo. in 6s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 172 
pp. Partly unopened. Ink initials on title-page. Slightly foxed throughout. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 727. The Johnson copy. 
1129
PROVAND (George) The Franciscan Friar, a satire; and The Marriage Ode of 
Francis of Valois and Mary, Sovereigns of France and Scotland: translated into 
English verse from the Latin of George Buchanan. Glasgow: Printed for Brash and 
Reid, Glasgow; Archibald Constable & Co., Edinburgh; Constable, Hunter, Park, and 
Hunter; and Vernor, Hood, and Sharp, London. 1809 [Printer: D. M'Kenzie, Printer, 
154 Trongate, Glasgow]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan morocco, blue paper boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 160 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1130
PROWSE (Mrs. I.S.) Poems. London: Published by Smith, Elder and Co., Cornhill; 
Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster Row; and sold by all other booksellers. 1830 
[Printer: Cockrem, Printer, Torquay]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in maroon morocco, uncut. Gilt lettering piece. 
[184] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Ink inscription 
on 1/2-title. Spine faded. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 555. Jackson, Women, Prowse 1. Johnson 728. The 
	Johnson copy.
1131
PURDY (Victory) Poetical Miscellanies. By the late Victory Purdy, generally 
known in the vicinity of Bristol, by the appellation of the Kingswood Collier. With 
a life of the untutored author, and a fac-simile of his hand writing. Bristol: 
Printed and sold by John Wansbrough, Albion Office, 142 Redcliff-Street. Sold 
also by W. Baynes and Son, Paternoster Row, London; and by the booksellers in 
general. 1825 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-blue calf, marbled boards, t.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Two gilt lettering pieces. 458 
pp. Facsimile as frontispiece. Errata slip tipped-in at end. List of subscribers (5 
pp.). Preliminaries and gatherings P and Q foxed. Partly unopened. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 730. The Johnson copy. 
1132
PURSUITS OF AGRICULTURE; a satirical poem, in three cantos, with notes. Canto 
the First. London: Printed for John Joseph Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-Mall. 1808 
[Printer: C. Barber, Printer, Fleet-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 68 
pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 323. Each canto was published separately.
1133
PYE (Henry James) Adelaide: a tragedy, in five acts. As performing with 
universal applause at The Theatre-Royal, Drury-lane. By Henry James Pye, Poet 
Laureat. Second edition. London: Printed for John Stockdale, Piccadilly. 1800 
[Printer: T. Gillet, Printer, Salisbury-Square]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 78 pp. 
	NCBEL II,679. Jackson, Annals, p. 240. 
1134
PYKE (Sarah Leigh) The Triumph of Messiah. Exeter: Printed and sold by S. 
Woolmer; Sold also by J. Conder, Bucklersbury, London; Gutch, Bristol; Upham, 
Bath; J.R. Small, Axminster; and P. Nettleton, Plymouth. 1812 
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. 
Paper label on spine. 216 pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements bound in at end. 
List of subscribers (6 pp.). Ink signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Partly 
unopened. Spine a little frayed. Label a little chipped. Covers a little marked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Pyke 2. Johnson 731. The Johnson 
	copy.
1135
THE QUEEN AND MAGNA CHARTA; or the thing that John signed. London: Printed 
for and published by T. Dolby, 299 Strand and 34 Wardour Street, Soho. 1820 
[Printer: W. Molineux, Printer, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on upper 
cover. [32] pp. Illustrated. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 462. 
1136
THE QUEEN'S BUDGET OPENED; or, correspondence extraordinary, relative to the 
defence of Her Majesty. A companion to the "Royal Letter-bag". Published from 
authentic sources. London: Sold by T. Dolby, 299, Strand; J. Fairburn, Broadway, 
Blackfriars; and all booksellers. Printed by J. Swan, 76 Fleet Street. 1820
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. [32] pp. Illustrated. 1 
p. of advertisements at end. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1137
QUIS Shelton Gorse. Bedford: Printed and published by C.B. Merry. 1839
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink printed paper wrappers. 12 
pp. Wrappers a trifle faded.
1138
QUIZ'EM (Caleb) Economy; a Pindaric Tale. In three parts. Glasgow: Printed by 
Mennons & Co. Exchange, and sold by the booksellers. 1811 
12mo. in 6s. 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 814]; 
[LOCHORE]. Willie's Vision. n.d. [item 816]; DRUMMOND. The Man of Age. 1798 
[item 359]; EPISCOPUS. Dulness, a poem. 1807 [item 393]; [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 299. The Johnson copy.
1139
R. (M.) The Eddystone Light-house, a poem: By M. R., late school-master of the 
Union of Cahir, Diocese of Lismore, Ireland. To which is subjoined, an historical 
account of every remarkable occurrence that has transpired since the first light 
house was erected on the Eddystone Rock, 1696. London: Printed by J.N. Bailey, 
116, Chancery-Lane. n.d. [?c.1820]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
36 pp. Folded frontispiece. Folded plate.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 453.
1140
RAE (Robert) Poems, Songs and Sonnets. Glasgow: Published by James Duncan, 9 
Hutcheson Street. 1829 [Printer: Aitken & Co., Printers, Glasgow] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original drab printed paper boards. 167 pp. Ink 
inscription on upper free endpaper. Bookplate on lower paste-down endpaper. 
Covers loose. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 736. The Johnson copy.
1141
[RAFFLES (Thomas)] Cowper's Rose Bushes. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by T. & 
J. Hodgson, Union Street, for Emerson Charnley. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. Unpaginated. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 544. Johnson 737. The Johnson copy. 
1142
RAGG (Thomas) The Deity. A poem, in twelve books. With an introductory essay 
by Isaac Taylor. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman; and 
W. Dearden, Nottingham. 1834 [Printer: B. Bensley, Printer, Andover] 
Octavo in 12s. Rebound in full tan morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 330 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 579. Johnson 738. The Johnson copy. 
1143
RAGG (Thomas) Sketches from Life, Lyrics from the Pentatuch, and other poems. 
London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Browne, Green, & Longman; Nottingham: W. 
Dearden. 1837 [Printer: W. Dearden, Printer, Nottingham]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original very dark green wavy grained cloth. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [240] pp. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 8 
pp. of advertisements tipped-in at end. Largely unopened. Ex-library the 
Congregational Institute, Nottingham. 
	Johnson 739.
1144
RAKE (Robert) [pseud.] Bath: A Satire. By Robert Rake, Esq. Addressed to his 
brother, Thomas Rake, Esq. Bath: Printed and sold by H. Gye, Market-Place, and 
sold by the other booksellers. 1819 
Octavo. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 38 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 57. The Johnson copy.
1145
RAMSAY (John) Poems. By John Ramsay, Kilmarnock. Edinburgh: Stirling and 
Kenney; A. Rutherglen and Co., Glasgow; James Duncan, London; Maxwell Dick, 
Irvine; John Dick, Ayr; and H. Crawford and Son, Kilmarnock. 1836 [Printer: 
Printed by H. Crawford and Son, Booksellers, Kilmarnock]  
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original green diagonal grain moirè patterned 
cloth. Paper label on spine. 168 pp. Frontispiece. 
	Johnson 741. The Johnson copy.
1146
RANKEN (William) Poems on Different Subjects. By William Ranken, Leven. Leith: 
Printed and sold by Archibald Allardice, for the author. 1812 
12mo. in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 127 pp. 1/2-title. Spine a little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 361. Johnson 742. The Johnson copy.
1147
RANNIE (John) Poems. The second edition. Aberdeen: Printed by J. Chalmers and 
Co. for A. Angus and Son, and A. Brown, Aberdeen; W. Creech, Edinburgh; and 
G.G. J. and J. Robinson, London. 1791
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 113 
pp. 
	First published in 1789. Jackson, Annals, p. 168. 
1148
RATTRAY (Robert Haldane) The Exile: a poem. The third edition. London: Printed 
from the Calcutta second edition, for W. Thacker & Co., St. Andrew's Library, 
Calcutta. 1826 [Printer: S. M'Dowall, Printer, Leadenhall Street]
Octavo. Third edition, first English edition. Contemporary full maroon crushed 
morocco, a.e.g Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside 
dentelles. Raised gilt bands. [161] pp. 1/2-title. Errata leaf at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 521. 
1149
RAYSON (John) Miscellaneous Poems, Songs and Ballads, in the Cumberland 
dialect. By John Rayson, of Aglionby. Carlisle: Printed for the author, by M. Jollie 
and J. Steel, Scotch-Street and sold by all booksellers. 1835 
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in blue paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 144 pp. 
Frontispiece. Dated inscriptions on recto of frontispiece. Foxed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 743. The Johnson copy.
1150
THE REAL OR CONSTITUTIONAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. With twelve cuts. 
London: Printed for W. Sams, St. James's Street; J. Asperne, Cornhill; and J. 
Johnston, 98 Cheapside. 1819 [Printer: W. Flint, Printer, Angel Court, Skinner 
Street]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. 
Illustrated. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1151
THE RECLUSE OF THE PYRENEES. A poem. London: Printed by C. Whittingham, 
Goswell-Street; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Pater- noster-Row; 
and A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 64 
pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 437.
1152
REED (Thomas Robert) Hastings, a rural descriptive poem, with historical and 
explanatory notes. Hastings: Printed for the author, by H. Bayley, George Street; 
and may be had of J. Laver, High Street; at the libraries, and of Sherwood Jones, 
and Co., Paternoster Row, London. 1824 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, linen texture cloth boards, uncut. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. [66] pp. List of 
subscribers (4 pp.). Contains the errata. Ms. note to text. Spine and upper cover a 
trifle scuffed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 502. Johnson 745. The Johnson copy.
1153
REEVE (Mrs.) Christmas Trifles; consisting principally of geographical charades, 
valentines, and poetical pieces, for young persons. London: Published by 
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green; and Harvey and Darton; and by John 
Stacy, Norwich. 1827; W.A. Scripps [Printer: Stacy, Printer, Old Haymarket, 
Norwich] 
Octavo. Original pink paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on upper cover. [64] 
pp. 1/2-title. Ink signature on 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end.  
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women Reeve 3(b). Johnson 746. The 
	Johnson copy.
1154
[REEVE (Henry)] Graphidë, or characteristics of painters. Privately printed. 1838 
[Printer: Printed by Richard and John E. Taylor, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. Frontispiece. 
Author's initialled dated presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. A trifle foxed and grimed. A trifle rubbed.
1155
THE REMEMBRANCE. Edited by Thomas Roscoe Esq. London: Jennings & Chaplin, 
62 Cheapside. n.d. [1838] [Printer: J. Haddon, Printer, Castle Street, Finsbury]
Octavo. First edition. Original 1/4-morocco, maroon embossed paper covered 
boards, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. [264] pp. 
Frontispiece. Presentation leaf. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Ten plates. 4 pp. 
of advertisements at end. A trifle rubbed.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Roscoe. Faxon 1710. Contains poetry by Hogg, 
	William Roscoe and Mrs. Hemans.
1156
RENOU (Sarah) The Temple of Truth. A poem, in five cantos. Second edition. 
Edinburgh: Printed for James Taylor Smith and Company, and Baldwin, Cradock 
and Joy, London. 1821 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary 1/4-drab morocco, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 102 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Preliminaries a little foxed. 
	First published in 1818. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Renou 
	1(b).
1157
THE REPUBLIC OF THE ANTS; a poem illustrated with notes, developing the 
various modes of life of that singular insect. By the author of the Monarchy of 
the Bees. London: Printed for W. Simpkin & R. Marshall, Stationers Hall Court, 
Ludgate Street. 1822 [Printer: Plummer and Brewis, Printers, Love Lane, 
Eastcheap]
Octavo. First edition. Original 1/4-roan, boards, paper label on upper cover. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [103] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Bookplate on 
Signet Library on upper paste-down endpaper. Sprung. A little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 486. 
	718
	REYNOLDS (Frederic Mansel)(Ed.) The Keepsake for MDCCCXXIX. London: 
	Published for the proprietor, by Hurst, Chance, and Co., 65, St. Paul's 
	Churchyard, and R. Jennings, 2, Poultry. 1829 
	719
	REYNOLDS (Frederic Mansel)(Ed.) 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] 
	720
	REYNOLDS (Frederic Mansel)(Ed.) The Keepsake for MDCCCXXXV. London: 
	Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman; Paris; 
	Rittner and Goupil; Berlin: A. Asher. [1835]
	723
	REYNOLDS (Frederic Mansel)(Ed.) The Keepsake. London: Published by 
	Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans; Paris: Delloy and Co. n.d. 
	[1839] 
1158
REYNOLDS (Laurence) The Satires of Persius, translated into English verse, with 
various original poems. Dedicated by permission to Daniel O'Connell. Dublin: 
Published by W.F. Wakeman, D'Olier-St. 1827 [Printer: Printed by Bentham and 
Hardy, Cecilia-Street]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. 110 pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Foxed. Spine frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1159
[RHODES (Ebenezer)] Alfred, an historical tragedy. To which is added a collection 
of miscellaneous poems, by the same author. Sheffield: Printed for the author by 
J. Gales; and sold by him and G.G.J. and J. Robinson, in London. 1789 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised 
bands. Gilt lettering piece. 182 pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Contains 
the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 146. Johnson 748. The Johnson copy. 
1160
RHODES (Thomas) The Patriot Queen; or, female heroism; a tragedy. Coventry: 
Printed for the author, by N. Merridew, at the Herald and Advertiser Office, 
Cross- Cheaping. 1808 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [78] pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. List of subscribers (5 pp.).
	Jackson, Annals, p. 321. Johnson 749. The Johnson copy.
1161
RHODES (Thomas) Poetical Miscellanies. Coventry: Printed for the author by N. 
Merridew, at the Herald and Advertiser Office, Cross-Cheaping, and may be had 
of all other booksellers in Coventry. n.d. [?1810] 
Octavo in 6s. Original bluish grey sand grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 160 pp. 
Contains the errata. List of subscribers (4 pp.). A little damp-affected, internally 
and externally. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. Johnson 750. The Johnson copy.
1162
RICHARDS (George) Poems. By George Richards M.A. late Fellow of Oriel College. 
[In two volumes]. Oxford: At the University Press for the Author; and sold by 
Hanwell and Parker; and Cadell and Davies, Strand, London. 1804 
Octavo. First edition. Two volumes in one. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled 
boards. Spine blocked in gilt. Two gilt lettering pieces. 219;194 pp. Joints 
cracked. Spine chipped. Corners rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 281.
1163
RICHARDSON (Charlotte) Poems, chiefly composed during the Pressure of Severe 
Illness. Published by subscription for the benefit of the author, by the editor of 
her former publication [Catherine Cappe]. Volume II. [of 2, the first being Poems 
Written on Different Occasions (1806)]. York: Printed by Thomas Wilson and Son, 
High Ousegate.  Sold by J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard; Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
and Orme, Paternoster-Row; J. Mawman, Poultry; and J. Hatchard, Piccadilly, 
London; and by Wilson and Son; W. and R. Spence; Todd and Sons; and J. 
Wolstenholme, York. 1809 
Octavo. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 148 pp. 
List of subscribers (8 pp.). 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine and label 
slightly chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Richardson 2. Johnson 754. The 
	Johnson copy. Stanford already holds a copy of the first volume.
1164
RICHARDSON (David Lester) Ocean Sketches and other poems. Calcutta: Printed at 
the Baptist Mission Press, Circular Road. 1833
Octavo. First edition. Original green linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. 92 
pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title). Bookplate of Simon Nowell-
Smith on upper paste-down endpaper. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. 
Spine faded, worn and chipped. A trifle marked.
1165
RICHARDSON (Mrs. G.G.) [(Caroline E.)] Poems. By Mrs. G.G. Richardson, Dumfries. 
Edinburgh: Published by Cadell & Co., Edinburgh; and Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., 
and William Crofts, London. 1828 [Printer: Dumfries: Printed by J. M'Diarmid & 
Co.]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-maroon marocco, marbled boards, 
uncut. Spine blocked in blind. Two gilt lettering pieces. Raised bands. 229 pp. 1 
p. of adertisements at end. Errata leaf at end. Text a little marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 539. Jackson, Women, Richardson 1(a). Johnson 752.
1166
RICHARDSON (Mrs. G.G.) Poems. By Mrs. G.G. Richardson, Dumfries. Third edition. 
Edinburgh: Published by Cadell & Co., St. Andrew's Square; and sold by Simpkin, 
Marshall & Co., and William Crofts, 19 Chancery Lane, London; and John Sinclair, 
Dumfries. 1829 [Printer: Dumfries: Printed by J. M'Diarmid & Co.] 
Octavo. Third edition. Original 1/4-light grey, dark grey paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. [240] pp. Some scattered foxing. Spine rubbed. Label chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Richardson 1(c). Johnson 753. The 
	Johnson copy. 
1167
RICHARDSON (Mrs. G.G.) [(Caroline E.)] Poems. Second series. London: William 
Crofts, 19, Chancery-Lane, and Cadell & Co., Edinburgh. 1834 [Printer: London: 
Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars, (late T. Davison)]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Later 19th century 1/2-calf, patterned sand grain 
cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 264 pp. 1/2-
title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 582. Jackson, Women, Richardson 2. 
564
[RICHARDSON (Joseph) and HAWKINS (John)] 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
	See NCBEL II,700 under entry for Rolliad, cross-referenced Joseph 
	Richardson, where it is incorrectly called "Poetical Miscellanies". 
1168
RICHARDSON (Robert) The Muse, and other original poems. London: R.H. Moore, 
44, Paternoster Row; Whitby: W. Forth, Flowergate. 1837 [Printer: W. Forth, 
Flowergate, Whitby] 
Together with:
RICHARDSON (Robert) The Muse's Flight, and other serious poems. London: R.H. 
Moore, 44 Paternoster Row; Whitby: W. Forth, Flowergate. 1837 [Printer: W. 
Forth, Flowergate, Whitby] 
Together with:
RICHARDSON (Robert) Supplementania, consisting of promiscuous pieces. London: 
R.H. Moore, 44 Paternoster Row; Whitby: W. Forth, Flowergate. 1837 [Printer: W. 
Forth, Flowergate, Whitby] 
Octavo in 4s. Three parts in one volume. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [76];66;[44] pp. Errata leaf (2 pp.) for entire volume bound 
in at end. A little worn.
	Johnson 756, 757 and 758. The Johnson copies. The collation is continuous 
	throughout the entire volume.
1169
RICKETT (J.H.) Attempts in Verse. Leek: Printed for the author, by G. Nall, 
bookseller. 1829
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original light drab paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. 162 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. L6 repaired. Spine frayed 
and a little chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1170
RICKETT (J.H.) The Sacred Minstrel. Second edition. Evesham: Printed for the 
author by George May. 1830
Octavo in 12s. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper 
boards. Paper label on spine. 179 pp. 1/2-title. Dated ink signature on upper free 
endpaper. Spine slightly frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 760. the Johnson copy.
1171
RICKETT (J.H.) The Sacred Minstrel. Third edition. London: Published by Simpkin 
& Marshall, Stationers' Court. 1831 [Printer: John Fairfax, Printer, Leamington-
Spa] 
Octavo in 12s. Uncut in the original pink paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. 168 pp. 1/2-title. Contains the errata. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 761. The Johnson copy.
1172
THE RIVAL SISTERS: with other poems. London: Smith, Elder and Co., Cornhill, 
1834 [Printer: London: Printed by Stewart and Co., Old Bailey]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original brown sand grain cloth. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. [160] pp. Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. 
Upper cover slightly marked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1173
ROBB (William)  Poems Illustrative of the Genius and Influence of Christianity: to 
which are subjoined some fugitive pieces. By William Robb, Episcopal Clergyman 
in St. Andrew's, and Chaplain to the Right Honourable Lord Elibank. Embellished 
with a highly finished engraving of the ruins of the Cathedral of St. Andrew's 
and Chapel of St. Rule. Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close, sold 
by P. Hill, Constable & Co. and S. Cheyne; by Vernor, Hood, and Sharpe, London; 
and G. Scott, St. Andrew's [sic]. 1809
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 264 pp. Frontispiece. Contents leaf misbound at end of volume. 
Contains the errata. Spine sunned. Edges a little rubbed. Some scattered foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 336. 
1174
ROBE (William Lamb) Poems on Various Subjects, and on several occasions. 
Edited by his son, the Rev. Francis W. Robe, A.M. of Lincoln College, Oxford. 
Newport-Pagnel: Printed for the Editor by S. Manning. 1824
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in maroon calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Gilt lettering piece. Raised bands. 144 pp. Contains the errata. List of 
subscribers (12 pp.). Spine sunned.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 506. Johnson 763.
1175
ROBERDEAU (John Peter) Fugitive Verse and Prose; consisting of poems lyric, 
obituary, dramatic and miscellaneous. With notes, observations, and suggestions, 
upon several popular subjects. The second edition, with considerable additions 
and corrections. London: Printed for Button and Son, Paternoster-Row, and J. 
Johnson, St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1804
Octavo in 4s. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. [172] pp. Dated 
ink inscription on title-page. A little worming with a few letters on final leaf of 
text affected. The very final leaf - a contents leaf - has been cut down with loss 
of text and laid-down on previous leaf. The only loss is of the contents list. Spine 
chipped.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 764. The Johnson copy.
1176
[ROBERTS (Mary) and ROBERTS (Samuel)(Ed.)] The Royal Exile; or, poetical 
epistles of Mary, Queen of Scots, during her captivity in England: with other 
original poems. By a Young Lady. Also, by her father, The Life of Queen Mary, 
&c.,&c. In two volumes. London: Published by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & 
Brown, and Taylor & Hessey; sold by Miss Gales, and the other booksellers in 
Sheffield. 1822 [Printer: Sheffield: Printed by J. Montgomery]
Octavo. Two volumes in one. First edition. Contemporary full green calf, a.e.g. 
Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Raised gilt bands. 
[172];276 pp. Frontispiece in each volume. One plate in volume 2. List of 
subscribers (6 pp.) in volume 1. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 486. Jackson, Women, Roberts 1. Johnson 765.
1177
ROBERTS (William Isaac) Poems and Letters, by the late William Isaac Roberts, of 
Bristol, deceased. With some account of his life. London: Printed for Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, by Knott and Lloyd, Birmingham. 1811 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 247 pp. 
Frontispiece. List of subscribers (21 pp.). Backstrip frayed. Label chipped. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 767. The Johnson copy.
1178
ROBINS (John, Jun.) Sensibility, with other poems. London: Printed for Cadell and 
Davies, Strand; and Trewman and Son, Exeter. 1806 [Printer: Trewmans, Printers, 
High Street, Exeter]
12mo. in 8s. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in blind 
and gilt. 149 pp. Some slight foxing throughout. Spine slightly rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 302. Johnson 768. The Johnson copy.
1179
ROBINSON (Mary) Sappho and Phaon. In a series of legitimate sonnets, with 
thoughts on poetical subjects and anecdotes of the Grecian poetess. New edition. 
London: Printed at the Minerva-Press, for A.K. Newman and Co., Leadenhall-
Street. 1813
Octavo in 4s. New edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, rebacked. [83] 
pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ink signature on upper 
free endpaper. 
	NCBEL II,680. Jackson, Annals, p. 373. Jackson, Women, Robinson 12(b).
1180
ROBINSON (Mary) Lyrical Tales. London: Printed for T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 
Paternoster-Row, by Biggs and Co., Bristol. 1800
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece on spine. [220] pp. Contains the errata (verso of contents leaf). 2 
pp. of advertisements at end. Two ink signatures on title-page. 
	NCBEL II,680. Jackson, Annals, P. 243. Jackson, Women, Robinson 14. 
	Johnson 770.
1181
ROBINSON (Mary) Memoirs of the late Mrs. Robinson, written by herself. With 
some posthumous pieces. In four volumes. London: Printed by Wilks and Taylor, 
Chancery-Lane, for R. Phillips, 71 St. Paul's; sold by T. Hurst, Paternoster-Row 
and by Mess. Carpenter, Old Bond-Street. 1801
Octavo. Four volumes. First edition. Contemporary full red straight grain 
morocco, a.e.g Covers and spines blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 
192;[192];184;196 pp. Frontispiece portrait in volume 1. 4 pp. of advertisements 
at end of volume 4. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper and on upper free 
endpaper of each volume. Date on upper fly-leaf of each volume. 
	NCBEL II,680. Jackson, Annals, p. 253. Jackson, Women, Robinson 15(a). 
1182
ROBINSON (Mary) The Poetical Works of the Late Mrs. Mary Robinson: including 
the pieces last published. The three volumes complete in one. London: Published 
by Jones & Company, 3, Acton Place, Kingsland Road. 1824 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo. Contemporary 1/2-black calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in gilt. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. Two gilt lettering pieces. 232 pp. 
Bound with: DARWIN. The Botanic Garden. 1821 [not catalogued] and DARWIN. 
The Temple of Nature. 1824 [not catalogued]. Slight scattered foxing.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Mary Robinson. Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, 
	Women, Robinson 16 (b). 
1183
ROBINSON (Thomas) The Tyrolese Villagers; or, a prospect of war. An epistolary 
tale. with other poems. By T. Robinson, Esq. Late of Seaford, Sussex. London: 
Printed for and published by N.L. Pannier, Bookseller to his Royal Highness the 
Duke of Kent, No. 15 Leicester-Place, Leicseter-Square; and sold by Messrs. J.M. 
Richardson, 23 Cornhill; C. Law, Ave-Maria-Lane; Longman and Co., Paternoster- 
Row; T. Hookham, Jun., E.F. Hookham, and Ebers, Old Bond-Street; and all 
booksellers. 1810 [Printer: Printed by R. Juignè, 17 Margaret Street, 
Cavendish Square]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full blue crushed morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [240] pp. Contains the 
errata. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Ex-library copy. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 345. 
1184
R[OBSON] (H[enry]) Figures in Rhymes; or, metrical computations. Addressed to 
Northumbrians. By H. R. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed for J. Bell, on the Quay. 
1814 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 16 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 734. The Johnson copy. Johnson states that 
	J. Bell is the printer but in fact the pamphlet was printed for J. Bell not by 
	him.
1185
ROBSON (J.P.) Poetic Gatherings; or, stray leaves from my portfolio. Gateshead: 
Printed for the Author by Lowthin and Douglas, High Street. 1839
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original dark olive basket weave patterned cloth. 
Paper label on spine. [97] pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper and on title-
page. Label frayed. 
	Johnson 772.
1186
[ROBY (John)] Jokeby, a burlesque on Rokeby. A poem, in six cantos. By an 
Amateur of Fashion. To which are added, occasional notes, by our most popular 
characters. The fifth edition, enlarged. London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, No. 111, 
Cheapside; W. Allason, 31 Bond-Street; J. Dick, Edinburgh; and J. Cumming, 
Dublin. 1813 [Printer: Printed by Plummer and Brewis, Love Lane, Little 
Eastcheap]
Octavo in 12s. Fifth edition. Rebound in paper boards, paper label on spine, 
uncut. 216 pp. Coloured frontispiece. Dated ink signature on upper fly-leaf. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 369. 
1187
[ROBY (John)] The Lay of the Poor Fiddler, a parody of the Lay of the Last 
Minstrel, with notes and illustrations. By an Admirer of Walter Scott. London: 
Published by B. and R. Crosby & Co. and sold by all booksellers. 1814 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original printed paper boards. [168] pp. 1/2-title. 
Contains the errata. Dated ink signature on 1/2-title. Ink signature on title-page. 
Upper joint cracked. Spine chipped and frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 381. Johnson 773. The Johnson copy.
1188
ROCHE (Eugenius) London in a Thousand Years; with other poems. London: 
Colburn and Bentley, New Burlington Street. 1830 [Printer: John Westley and Co., 
27 Ivy Lane]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink linen texture cloth. Paper label on 
spine. [183] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Contains the errata leaf. List of 
subscribers (6 pp.). Spine sunned. Label frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 553. 
1189
[?RODGER (Alexander)] Hints to the disaffected "Sooty Rabble," on their day of 
meeting in order to petition for a reform in parliament. By James Block, Esq. 
Place-hunter. Eighth edition. Glasgow: Printed by W. Lang, 62 Bell Street. 1816 
12mo. in 4s. Eighth 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 [item373]; 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]; [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 775. The Johnson copy.
1190
RODGER (Alexander) Scotch Poetry; consisting of songs, odes, anthems and 
epigrams. London: Printed and published by R. Carlile, 55, Fleet Street. 1821
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
24 pp. Foxed. Boards a little warped.
	NCBEL III,399. Jackson, Annals, p. 475. 
1191
RODGER (Alexander) Poems and Songs, humorous and satirical. Glasgow: David 
Robertson. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh; Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans, 
and Simpkin, Marshall & Co., London; and William Curry, Jun., & Co., Dublin.1838 
[Printer: Printed by John Mennons & Co., Greenock]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Bound by Carss & Co. in full maroon calf, a.e.g. Covers 
and spine blocked in blind. Gilt lettering piece. Raised bands. 362 pp. Bookplate 
on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine rubbed. New lettering piece. 
	NCBEL III,399. Johnson 777.
1192
[ROGERS (Samuel)] The Pleasures of Memory, a poem, in two parts. By the author 
of "An Ode to Superstition, with some other poems". London: Printed by J. Davis. 
Sold by T. Cadell, in the Strand. 1792
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-roan, grey boards. Spine repaired. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 71 pp. 
	NCBEL III,181. Jackson, Annals, p. 177.
1193
[ROGERS (Samuel)] An Epistle to a Friend, with other poems. By the author of 
"The Pleasures of Memory". London: Printed by R. Noble, for T. Cadell, Junior, and 
W. Davies, Strand. 1798
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, blue boards. 54 pp. Author's signed 
presentation copy to Mrs. Barbauld. 
	NCBEL III,181. Jackson, Annals, p. 225. 
1194
ROGERS (Samuel) Poems. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies in the 
Strand, by T. Bensley, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. 1812
Octavo. First edition. Newly rebound in 1/4-morocco, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [268] pp. Vignette on title-page and other 
decorations engraved by L. Clennell from drawings by T. Stothard, R.A. 
	NCBEL III,181. Jackson, Annals, p. 361. Hayward 224.
1195
ROGERS (Samuel) Poems. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, in the 
Strand; by T. Bensley and Son, Bolt Court, Fleet Street. 1816 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 246 pp. 
Vignettes on title-page, verso of title-page and throughout text. Ink inscription 
on upper free endpaper. Spine frayed. 
	NCBEL III,181. Jackson, Annals, p. 409. Jackson calls this "new edition". 
1196
ROGERS (Samuel) Human Life, a poem. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 
1819 [Printer: Printed by Bensley and Son, Bolt Court, Fleet Street]
Quarto. First edition. Newly rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
96 pp. 1/2-title. Foxed.
	NCBEL III,181. Jackson, Annals, p. 444. 
1197
ROLFE (Mrs. Ann) Miscellaneous Poems for a Winter's Evening. By Mrs. Ann 
Rolfe, (late Mrs. Plumb). Colchester: Printed and sold by J. Chaplin. n.d. 
12mo. in 4s. Contemporary 1/2-red calf, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. [115] pp. Contains the errata. 
	Johnson 779. The Johnson copy. Both the British Library Catalogue and CtY 
	in the NUC give a date of [c.1840]. The dated poems are no later than 1823. 
	The volume is exceedingly pretty and it's by a woman poet, so....
1198
[ROLLESTON (Matthew)] Mahomet: a prize poem, recited in the Theatre, Oxford, 
in the year MDCCCVIII. Oxford: Printed for J. Parker; F.C. and J. Rivington, and 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London. 1838 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 23 
pp. 
1199
RONDEAU (James) Recitations, Humorous, Serious, and Satirical, in verse; being 
original pieces, adapted to youth of various ages, and calculated to be spoken by 
pupils during the vacations. To which are annexed stricutres on public schools. 
By James Rondeau, Clay-Hill Enfield. Second edition. London: Printed for the 
author, and sold by Messrs. Lackington, Hughes, Harding, Mavor and Lepard, 
Finsbury Square. 1822 [Printer: Printed by Davidson, Old Boswell Court, Carey 
Street]
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, rebacked, 
new endpapers. Spine blocked in black. 170 pp. Frontispiece. Contains the errata.
	First published in 1820. Jackson, Annals, p. 486. 
1200
ROSCOE (Thomas) Gonzalo, the Traitor; a tragedy. In five acts. London: Printed by 
J. M'Creery, Black Horse Cout. Sold by Hayward and Roscoe, Orange Street, Red 
Lion Square. 1820 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
79 pp.
	NCBEL III,1302. Jackson, Annals, p. 454. 
	1155
	ROSCOE (Thomas)(Ed.) The Remembrance. London: Jennings & Chaplin, 62 
	Cheapside. n.d. [1838]
		Not in NCBEL entry for Roscoe. 
1201
ROSCOE (William) The Nurse, a poem. Translated from the Italian of Luigi 
Tansillo. Third edition. Dublin: Printed for B. Dormin. 1800 [Printer: No imprint]
Octavo in 6s. Third edition. Contemporary 1/2-red crushed morocco, marbled 
boards. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 34 pp. 1/2-title. 
	First published in 1798. Jackson, Annals, p. 244. 
1202
ROSE (William Stewart) Amadis de Gaul; a poem in three books; freely translated 
from the first part of the French version of Nicolas de Heberay, Sieur des Essars; 
with notes. London: Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, in the Strand; and W. 
Evans, in Pall-Mall. 1803 [Printer: Luke Hansard, Printer, Great Turnstile, 
Lincoln's-Inn Fields]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 198 pp. Engraved title-page. Dated ink 
signature on upper free endpaper. Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,400. Jackson, Annals, p. 268. 
1203
THE ROSE-BUD: a flower in the juvenile garland. Consisting of short poems 
adapted to the understanding of young children. Fourth edition. London: Printed 
for Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster Row. 1834 [Printer: Chiswick: Printed by C. 
Whittingham]
12mo. in 6s. Fourth edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 68 pp. Illustrated with vignettes. 4 pp. of adverts at end. A little grimed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1204
ROWDEN (Frances Arabella) The Pleasures of Friendship; a poem, in two parts. 
The third edition. London: Printed for G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria Lane, 
By Weed and Rider, Little Britain. 1818
Octavo. Third edition. Contemporary full tan crushed morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. [168] pp. Frontispiece. 3 pp. 
of advertisements at end. Dated ink signature on upper fly-leaf. Upper joint 
cracked. 
	First published in 1810. Jackson, Annals, p. 435. Jackson,Women, Rowden 
	2(c). 
1205
ROWE (Henry) Fables in Verse. By the Revd Henry Rowe, LL.B. Rector of 
Ringshall, in Suffolk. London: Printed for J.J. Stockdale, 41, Pall-Mall. 1810 
[Printer: J. Brettell, Printer, Marshall-Street, Golden Square, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 
Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. Raised gilt bands. 314 pp. Frontispiece. 
Twenty-nine plates. Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks 
lettering piece. Worn with loose boards. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 337.
1206
ROXBY (Robert) The Lay of the Reedwater Minstrel, illustrated with notes, 
historical and explanatory. Newcastle: Printed by T. and J. Hodgson, Union-Street. 
1832
Octavo in 4s. New edition. Uncut in the original light blue stiff paper wrappers. 
46 pp. Additional engraved title-page. Unopened.
	First published in 1809. Jackson, Annals, p. 568. Johnson 782.
	424
	[ROXBY (Robert)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1830. [Signed R.R. but by 
	Thomas Doubleday]. Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1830 
	426
	[ROXBY (Robert)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1832. [By Robert Roxby and 
	Thomas Doubleday]. Newcastle: Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1832
1207
THE ROYAL LETTER-BAG; containing familiar epistles from Royal personages, 
ministers of state, bishops, generals, discarded mistresses, Italian witnesses, &c., 
&c. relative to the queen, and other important state affairs. Published from the 
originals. London: Sold by T. Dolby, 299, Strand, and all booksellers. Printed by J. 
Swan, 76 Fleet Street. 1820
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 32 pp. Illustrated. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1208
THE ROYAL SCOTTISH MINSTRELSY; being a collection of loyal effusions 
occasioned by the visit of His Most Gracious Majesty George IV. to Scotland, 
August 15, 1822. Leith: Published by James Burnet, and sold by all the 
booksellers. 1824 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 234 pp. 
1/2-title. Coloured frontispiece. Ms. notes to text. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Upper joint cracked. Covers and spine 
marked and worn. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 807. The Johnson copy. 
1209
RUEFUL (Mrs.) [pseud.?] Prose and Poetry, on religious, moral and entertaining 
subjects, with a brief, but authentic & affecting history of Orenzo and Sarah, 
from the year 1793 to the present day. Bristol: Printed by George Routh for the 
author. [1800?] 
Octavo in 12s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards, rebacked. 
Paper label on spine. 208 pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Rueful 1. Johnson 726. The 
	Johnson copy.
1210
RUSHTON (Edward) Poems. London: Printed for T. Ostell, Ave-Maria-Lane, by J. 
M'Creery, Black-Horse-Court, Fleet-Street. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab boards, rebacked, new linen 
backstrip and new paper label. 163 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 300. 
1211
RUSHTON (Edward) Poems and Other Writings. To which is added, a sketch of the 
life of the author, by The Rev. William Shepherd. London: Printed for Effingham 
Wilson, Royal Exchange. 1824 [Printer: Rushton and Melling, Printers, Liverpool]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, light blue paper 
boards. 212+10 pp. Dated ink inscription on title-page. Lacks upper free 
endpaper. Spine cracked and worn. 
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 505. Jackson gives the pagination as 250 pp. 
	Johnson 784.
1212
RUSSELL (Thomas) Sonnets and Miscellaneous Poems by the late Thomas Russell, 
Fellow of New College. Oxford: Printed for D. Prince and J. Cooke; J.F. and C. 
Rivington, T. Cadell, and T. and J. Egerton, London. 1789 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. 62 pp. 
	NCBEL II,681. Jackson, Annals, p. 153.
1213
RYAN (John G.) Nugë Poeticë. Original poems. Huddersfield: T.G. Lancashire, 
Market Place; Simpkin and Co., London. 1834 [Printer: Lancashire, Printer, 
Huddersfield] 
Octavo in 6s. Original full calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. 
Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 122 pp. Bookseller's label on lower paste-down 
endpaper: Lancashire, Bookseller and Printer, Market Place, Huddersfield. Spine 
chipped and frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 786. The Johnson copy.
1214
[S. (S.)] Lines addressed to a Friend, descriptive of a visit to London in the 
summer of 1825. Wisbech: Printed by H. & J. Leach, High Street. [1825] 
Quarto. Original drab paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 17 pp. Wrappers 
grimed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 539. The Johnson copy. 
1215
[S. (T.)] Horkstow Village. [Hull: 1802] [Printer: Robert Peck, Printer, Scale-Lane, 
Hull] 12mo. in 4s. Original marbled paper wrappers. 8 pp. Dated ink signature on 
title-page. Ink inscription on inside upper cover. 
	Johnson 787. The Johnson copy. 
1216
A SABBATH AMONG THE MOUNTAINS. A poem, in two parts. Edinburgh: 
Published by Oliver & Boyd, High Street; sold also by G. & W.B. Whittaker, Ave-
Maria-Lane, London. [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by Oliver & Boyd, High Street] 
1823 
Octavo. Rebound in full calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind 
inside dentelles. 45 pp. 1/2-title. A little damp-stained. Bound with: M'COMB. 
The School of the Sabbath. 1822. [item 837].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 496.
1217
SABBATH RECREATIONS: or, select poetry, of a religious kind, chiefly taken from 
the works of the modern poets; with a few original pieces never before 
published. Wellington, Salop: Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold at 
their warehouse, 65, Paternoster-row, London. 1826
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, printed paper covered 
boards. 281 pp. Advertisements on lower board. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. He ascribes a date of 1829 
	to the first edition the existence of which he infers. Contains poetry by 
	Mrs. Barbauld, Wordsworth, Barton, Mrs. Hemans and Montgomery.
1218
THE SACRED DRAMAS OF ESTHER & ATHALIA: translated from the French of 
Racine. Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close. Sold by Manners and 
Millar, A. Constable, Stuart Cheyne, Ross and Blackwood: and by Vernor and 
Hood, Poultry, London. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Reobound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [155] pp. 
1/2-title. Errata leaf. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 274.
1219
THE SACRED IRIS, a literary and religious offering. With fine engravings of 
scripture subjects. Liverpool: Henry Lacey, 64, Bold Street. n.d. [c.1831] [Printer: 
No printer's imprint]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original embossed calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. 316 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Seven 
plates. Bookplate on upper paste- down endpaper. Prize inscription on 1/2-title. 
Spine sunned and a little rubbed. Some foxing. 
	Faxon 1722. Faxon's copy only had two plates. Contains poetry by Hogg, 
	Bird, Wordsworth and Strickland. Several plates are after John Martin. 
1220
SADLER'S WELLS HARMONIST FOR 1810, forming part of a lyric collection of 
English, Irish, and Scotch songs, singing at the theatres & other places of 
amusement. Collection III. London: Printed and sold by Howard and Evans, Long 
Lane, West Smithfield. 1810
	Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound, partially unopened. 8 pp. 
1221
SAFFERY (Maria Grace) Poems on Sacred Subjects. London: Hamilton, Adams, and 
Co., Paternoster Row; Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch Street; and Waugh and 
Innes, Edinburgh. 1834 [Printer: London: Printed by John Haddon, Castle Street, 
Finsbury]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original greyish green sand grain cloth. Spince 
blocked in gilt. [218] pp. List of subscribers (12) pp. Lacks lower free endpaper. 
Slight scattered foxing. Grubby with darkened spine. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 582. Jackson, Women, Saffery 2. 
1222
SAINT CLAIR (Henry) Miscellaneous Poems. Translated by himself from his own 
original French poems. Birmingham: Printed for the author, by Jabet & Moore, 
Herald Office, High-Street. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [56] 
pp. Small hole in D4, text unaffected. Some foxing. Preliminaries a little wormed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1223
SALKELD (Samuel) The Pleasures of Home, and other poems. By Samuel Salkeld, 
Officer of Excise, Llangollen. Shrewsbury: Printed for the author, by J. Watton, 
Chronicle-Office; published in London by Whittaker, Treacher and Co.; and sold 
by all booksellers. n.d. [?1833] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, drab printed paper boards. 104 
pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. Dated ink signature on title-page. Spine 
chipped and frayed. Covers loose. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 791. The Johnson copy.
1224
SALMON (J.W.) The Beauties of Booths, the seat of Willoughby Legh, Esq., with 
it's [sic] surrounding, picturesque scenery, a poem, written after viewing that 
most charming, elegant, and delightful place. By J.W. Salmon, Nantwich, Cheshire. 
Nantwich: Printed and sold by G. Snelson, also by Mr. Green, Knutsford. 1820 
Octavo. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [30] pp. 1/2-title. 
1 p. of advertisements at end.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 792. The Johnson copy.
1225
SANDARS (William) Pieces on Divine Subjects, in verse. Part I. Thorne: Printed by 
J. Mason, Bookseller, Market-Place. 1835 
12mo. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 24 pp. A12 
repaired. Foxed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 794. The Johnson copy.
1226
SANDERS (Maria R.) Original Rhymes, on various subjects. London: Printed for the 
authoress, by Roberts and Blatch, 21 Park Side, Knightsbridge. 1833
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original green sprigged pattern cloth. Gilt lettering 
piece on spine. [212] pp. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Covers a trifle bleached. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Sanders 1.
1227
SANDERSON (Thomas) Original Poems. Carlisle: Printed by F. Jollie; and sold by W. 
Clarke, J. Robson, and R. Faulder, London. 1800 
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 238 pp. 
List of subscribers (15 pp. Dated ink signatures on upper free endpaper. Dated 
ink inscription on verso of a1. Ink singnature on a2. Text a little marked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 244. Johnson 795.
1228
SANDS (John Sim) Poems on Various Subjects: political, satirical and humorous. 
First series. Arbroath: Stewart; Montrose: Nichol; and Dundee: Shaw. 1833 
[Printer: Aberdeen: Printed at the Herald Office, by G. Cornwall]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label 
on spine. 220 pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Shaken and worn. 
Backstrip and paper label frayed. Some foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 796.
1229
SARGANT (Jane Alice) Sonnets and Other Poems. Second edition. London: Printed 
by George Smallfield, Hackney, for the author; and sold by Hatchard, Piccadilly. 
1818
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 120 pp. Author's initialled presentation copy (upper free 
endpaper). Dated ink inscription on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine chipped. 
Upper joint cracked. 
	First published in 1817. Jackson, Annals, p. 438. Jackson, Women, Sargant 
	1(b). 
1230
SAWYER (Anna) Poems on Various Subjects. With notes, historical and 
explanatory. Birmingham: Printed for the author by Swinney & Hawkins. 1801 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-red roan, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 
[92] pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on title-page. List of subscribers (6 pp.). Worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Sawyer 1. Johnson 797. The 
	Johnson copy.
1231
SAYERS (Frank) Poems. [Norwich:] Printed at the Norfolk Press by J. Crouse and 
W. Stevenson, for J. Johnson, St. Paul's Church Yard, London. 1792 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in marbled boards. Paper label on spine. 200 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 177. Johnson 798. The Johnson copy. 
1232
SAYERS (Frank) Poems, containing dramatic sketches of Northern Mythology, &c. 
The fourth edition. Norwich: Printed by Stevenson and Matchett, for Messrs. 
Cadell and Davies, London. 1807 
Octavo in 4s. Fourth edition. Uncut in the original grey paper boards, rebacked, 
original label laid-down on spine. [296] pp. 1/2-title. Contains the corrigenda. 1 
p. of advertisements at end. Bookseller's label on upper paste-down endpaper: 
Sold by J.M. Miller, Bookseller, 2 Lindsay Place, Edinburgh. Dated ink signature 
on title-page. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 312. Johnson 799. The Johnson copy.
1233
[SAYERS (James)] Elijah's Mantle: a poem. London: Printed for John Joseph 
Stockdale, No 41, Pall-Mall. 1807 [Printer: Printed by T. Gillet, Wild-Court]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Rebacked. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 13 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Bound with: SAYERS. The Uti Possidetis, and Status Quo. 1807. [item 1234] 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 308. 
1234
[SAYERS (James)] The Uti Possidetis, and Status Quo: a political satire. London: 
Printed for John Joseph Stockdale, 41 Pall Mall. 1807 [Printer: Printed by B. 
M'Millan, Bow Street, Covent Garden]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Rebacked. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 20 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Bound with: SAYERS. Elijah's Mantle. 1807. [item 1233] 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 315. 
1235
SCAFE (John) The Genius, and other poems. Newcastle: Printed by S. Hodgson, for 
Emerson Charnley, Bigg-Market. 1819 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 160 
pp. List of subscribers (3 pp.). Contains the errata. A trifle scattered foxing. 
Covers and spine rubbed and frayed. Paper label chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 443. Johnson 800. The Johnson copy.
1236
[SCAFE (John)] King Coal's Levee, or geological etiquette, with explanatory notes; 
and the Council of the Metals. Fourth edition. To which is added, Baron Basalt's 
Tour. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown; and J. Upham, 
Bath. 1820 [Printer: Printed by Strahan and Spottiswoode, Printers-Street, 
London]
Octavo in 12s. Fourth edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
119 pp. A trifle foxed.
	First published in 1819. Jackson, Annals, p. 456. 
1237
SCANWELL (Timothy) [pseud,] Northumberland Election. A.D. 1226. North 
Shields: Printed by J.K. Pollock. n.d. [d?1826]
Together with: 
SCANWELL (Timothy) [pseud,] Northumberland Election. A.D. 1226 [Canto II]. 
North Shields: Printed by J.K. Pollock. n.d. [?1826]
Together with:
SCANWELL (Timothy) [pseud,] Northumberland Election. A.D. 1226 [Canto III]. 
North Shields: Printed by J.K. Pollock. n.d. [?1826]
Together with:
SCANWELL (Timothy) [pseud,] Northumberland Election. A.D. 1226 [Canto IV]. 
North Shields: Printed by J.K. Pollock. n.d. [?1826] 
Octavo in 4s. Contemporary 1/2-black calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 22;20;20;24 pp. 1/2-title to Cantos II and III. Ms. of 
Canto V bound in. Bound with: JINGLEJOINTS. The History of an Election. Date 
Unknown. Gateshead: [?1826] [item 1854].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 658-661. The Johnson set.
1238
THE SCHOOL FOR SATIRE: or, a collection of modern satirical poems written 
during the present reign. London: Printed and sold by Jaques and Co. Lombard- 
Street, Fleet-Street. 1802
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full mottled tan calf, rebacked. ?Original 
backstrip laid-down. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt lettering piece. Raised 
bands. 416 pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 266. Contains poetry by Mathias.
1239
SCOTT (Andrew) Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect. By Andrew Scott, Bowden. 
Kelso: Printed by Alexander Leadbetter, for the author; and sold by W. Creech, 
Edinburgh; A. Rutherfurd, Kelso; A. Thomson and W. Renwick, Jedburgh; and R. 
Armstrong, Hawick. 1811 
12mo. in 18s. Uncut in the original pink paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on 
spine. 204 pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (20 pp.). Marked and foxed with 
some staining to inner margins. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 804. The Johnson copy.
1240
SCOTT (Andrew) Poems chiefly in the Scottish dialect. By Andrew Scott, 
Camiestoun, near Bowden. Jedburgh: Printed for the author, and sold by 
Fairbairn and Anderson, Edinburgh; A. Rutherfurd, Kelso; W. Renwick, and W. 
Easton, Jedburgh; and R. Armstrong, Hawick. 1821 [Printer: Jedburgh: Printed by 
W. Easton and W. Renwick] 
12mo. in 6s. Original cream paper boards, rebacked. Paper label on spine. 192 
pp. Frontispiece. Label chipped.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 805. The Johnson copy.
1241
SCOTT (George Erving) Waterloo. A poem which obtained the Chancellor's Medal 
at the Cambridge Commencement July 1820. By George Erving Scott of Trinity 
Hall. Cambridge: 1820
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 13 
pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1242
SCOTT (James) Sacred Poems, on Various Interesting Subjects; to which are 
added several miscellaneous poems. By James Scott, neighbourhood of Stirling. 
Third edition, with corrections. Stirling: Printed for the author, by J. Fraser. 1821 
Octavo in 12s. Third edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, drab paper boards. 
204 pp. A little scattered foxing. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Covers and spine 
frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 806. The Johnson copy.
1243
SCOTT (Lieut. Colonel Richard) The Battle of Maida, an epic poem. By Lieut. 
Colonel Richard Scott, of the Honourable East India Company's Bengal 
Establishment. London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., 
Cleveland-Row; and sold by H.D. Symonds, Paternoster-Row; Hatchard, Piccadilly; 
and Chapple, Pall-Mall. 1808
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf, upper cover rejointed. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 112 
pp. 1/2-title.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 316. 
1244
[SCOTT (Walter)] The Poetry contained in the novels, tales and romances of the 
author of Waverley. Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable & Co. and Hurst, 
Robinson & Co., London. 1822 [Printer: London: Printed by James Moyes, Greville 
Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, pink paper covered boards, 
reback, hinges strengthened. [352] pp. Engraved title-page. 6 pp. of 
advertisements at end. 
Not in Scott entry in NCBEL. Jackson, Annals, p. 485. Ruff 169. This is Ruff's 
second issue with the engraved, rather than the printed, title-page. His copy is 
foolscap 8vo but this is rather talller. Also he describes the binding as drab 
while this is pink. 
1245
SCOTT (Walter) The Doom of Devorgoil, a melodrama. Auchindrane; or the 
Ayrshire Tragedy. Edinburgh: Printed for Cadell and Company, and Simpkin and 
Marshall, London. 1830 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed by Ballantyne and Company, 
Paul's Works, Canongate]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 338 pp. 1/2-title. 4 pp. of advertisements (20th April 1830) bound in at 
end. Roger Senhouse's copy with his bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,674. Jackson, Annals, p. 551. See Ruff 185. Ruff calls for a 
	collation of 332+4 as opposed to 338+4. He also calls - by implication - for a 
	gathering R* when in fact it is *R and specifically for X* which in this copy 
	is *X. This binding does not resemble any that he lists out.
1246
SCRUTATOR [pseud.] All the Talents in Ireland! A satirical poem; with notes. 
Second edition. London: Printed for John Joseph Stockdale, No. 41, Pall-mall. 
1807 [Printer: T.Gillet, Printer, Wild-Court]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Newly rebound in paper boards, paper label on 
spine. 44 pp. 1/2-title. Some damp-staining to margins. 
	First published in 1807. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1247
SEAMAN (A) Love and War; in three cantos. With other poems. London: Printed 
by C. Stower, 32, Paternoster-Row; and sold by C. Cradock and W. Joy, 
Paternoster-Row. 1810
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. [146] pp. List of subscribers (8 pp.).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. The list of subscribers beginning on L2 is bound in 
	at the front. L1 is the final leaf of text with the printer's imprint on the 
	verso.
1248
A SELECT COLLECTION OF EPITAPHS and Monumental Inscriptions, with 
anecdotes of distinguished and extraordinary persons. Ipswich: Printed and Sold 
by J. Raw; sold also by Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster Row, 
London. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, rebacked, recased, new 
paper label on spine. 230 pp. Frontispiece. Ink signature on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Mrs. Barbauld, Burns and "Peter 
	Pindar". 
1249
A SELECT COLLECTION OF SONGS; or, an appendage to the piano-forte. Containing 
names of authors, composers, publishers and principal singers; presenting, at one 
view, the most complete information of the several songs ever offered to the 
musical world. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by and for S. Hodgson, and sold by 
the Booksellers in general. 1806
12mo. in 4s. First edition. Bound by M. & M. W. Lambert, Newcastle in 
contemporary full straight grain morocco. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece on spine. Raised bands. 304 pp. 
Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. 
	Contains songs by Moore, Dibdin, Burns, Barbauld, Opie, Baillie, Seward, 
	Kemble, Miss Robinson and Mrs. Robinson. 
1250
A SELECTION OF HYMNS FOR SABBATH SCHOOLS. Berwick: Published by Thomas 
Melrose. 1829 [Printer: R.T. Gracie, Printer]
12mo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper wrappers, stitched as issued. [48] 
pp. Ink signature inside upper cover. Frayed.
1251
[SENHOUSE (Joseph)] Chloe in Summer. [c.1794] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Quarto in 2s. Single folded leaf. First edition. As issued. [4] pp.
	Johnson 184.
1252
SENHOUSE (Joseph) A Song made by Sir Joseph Senhouse, on the 27th of 
November 1794, being the birth day of his nephew Humphrey Senhouse Junior 
of Netherhall, when he attained the age of twenty one years. 1794 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
	Quarto in 2s. Single folded leaf. First edition. As issued. [3] pp. 
1253
[SERVICE (David)] A Tour in Pursuit of Ideas; being a picturesque view of all the 
Yarmouth public-houses; a humourous and descriptive poem. By Dr. Sigma. 
Yarmouth: Printed by J. Barnes, King-Street, for the author; and sold by 
Cattermole, Beccles; Mitchell, Bungay; Matchett and Co., Norwich; and all other 
booksellers. 1822 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 
[28] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Some staining. Wrappers frayed. Lower 
wrapper detached.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 809. The Johnson copy. 
1254
SEWARD (Anna) Original Sonnets, on various subjects; and odes paraphrased 
from Horace. London: Printed for G. Sael, No. 192 Strand; and sold by Mr. 
Swinney, Birmingham, and Mr. Morgan, Lichfield. 1799 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Quarto. First edition. Contemproary full morocco, rebacked. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 179 pp. 1/2-title. Piece torn from 
title-page which has been repaired. Gilt initials on upper and lower cover and 
removal of piece of title-page indicate that this may have been a presentation 
copy from the author. 
	NCBEL II,682. NCBEL lists this under "collections". Jackson, Annals, p. 236. 
	Jackson, Women, Seward 8(a).
1255
SEWELL (Mrs. G.) Poems. Egham and Chertsey: Printed and sold by R. Wetton and 
Sons. sold also by Robson, New Bond-Street; H.D. Symonds, and Longman and 
Rees, Paternoster-Row; Marsh and Dunsford, Fleet-Street; Hazard, Bath; Claris 
and Marrable, Canterbury; and Lake, Uxbridge. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-maroon pebble grain cloth, drab boards. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 265 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. List of subscribers 
(28 pp.). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 272. Jackson, Women, Sewell 1(a). Johnson 812.
1256
SEWELL [(Mary)] (Mrs.) Trafalgar: a poem, to the memory of Lord Nelson, who 
received a mortal wound in the late naval engagement off Trafalgar, in the hour 
of victory. October 21, 1805. Chertsey: Printed for and sold by R. Wetton and 
Son. Sold also by Nornaville and Fell, New Bond Street. 1806 [Printer: C.C. Wetton, 
Printer, Egham]
Quarto in 8s. Original blue paper wrappers. Paper label on upper cover. 11 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Sewell 3. Johnson 811. The 
	Johnson copy.
1257
SEWELL (Robert) An Essay in Rhyme, in two parts; with miscellaneous poetry. By 
Robert Sewell, Halsted, Essex. Halsted: Printed and published by M. King. 1834 
12mo. in 6s. Original glazed paper boards. Paper label on spine. 136 pp. Author's 
dated presentation copy to his mother (upper fly-leaf).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 813. The Johnson copy.
1258
[SEWELL (William)] Clergyman's Recreation, or Sacred Thoughts, in verse. 
London: J. Bohn, 17 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden; H.G. Bohn, York Street, 
Covent Garden. 1831 [Printer: Yelf, Printer, Newport, Isle of Wight] 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 324 pp. Dated presentation 
copy from author's wife (title-page).  Edges rubbed and a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 559. Johnson 814. The Johnson copy. 
1259
[SHARP (Richard)] Epistles in Verse. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street. 
1828 [Printer: Printed by R. Greenlaw, 36, High Holborn]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink linen texture cloth, rebacked, new 
endpapers. Spine blocked in gilt. 135 pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation copy 
(verso of 1/2-title). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 537. 
1260
SHARPE (Charles Kirkpatrick) Metrical Legends, and other poems. Oxford: Sold by 
J. Parker; and by Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London. 1807 [Printer: S. 
Collingwood, Printer, Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-roan, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
blind and gilt. 107 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Final leaf 
repaired. Corners and spine rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 310.
1261
[SHARPE (Richard Scrafton)] Theodore; or, the gamester's progress. A poetic tale. 
London: Printed by T. Maiden, for Vernor and Hood, No. 31, Poultry. 1799
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 120 
pp. Frontispiece. Dated ink signature on upper paste-down endpaper. Upper 
board loose. Edges rubbed and a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 238. 
1262
[SHARPE (Richard Scrafton)] Mirth for Midsummer, merriment for Michaelmas, 
cheerfulness for Christmas, laughter for Lady-day: forming a collection of 
parlour poetry, and drawing-room drollery, suitable for all seasons; and 
supplying smiles for summer, amusement for autumn, wit for winter, 
sprightliness for spring. London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock and Joy. 1823 
[Printer: Printed by T.C. Hansard, Peterborough-Court, Fleet Street, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink printed paper boards. 168 
pp. 1/2-title. Some scattered foxing. Spine a trifle darkened and frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 494. 
1263
SHAW (L.O.) The Duel, a satirical poem, in four cantos, with other poems. 
Blackburn: Printed and sold by T. Rogerson; sold also by Sutcliffe, Burnley; 
Clarkes, Manchester; Rushton, Liverpool; Walker and Wilcockson, Preston; 
Hartley, Rochdale; Crompton, Bury; Earnshaw, Colne; Baldwin, Cradock, & Joy, 
London; and by all booksellers. 1815
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original pink boards, rebacked in 1/4-morocco. [148] 
pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Contains the errata. Tear to C3 and also to R1-
2. Text a little stained. Upper hinge repaired. Covers worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 392. Johnson 819.
1264
SHAW (L.O.) The Duel, the Battle of Waterloo, and other poems. (Second edition, 
corrected and enlarged). Haslingden: Printed for the author, and sold by H. 
Cockcroft, King-St. Sold also by Simpkins and Marshall, London; Richardson, 
Derby; Bancks and Co., Manchester; and all other booksellers. [1836] [J821]
Octavo. Uncut in the original olive green diagonal grain moirè patterned 
cloth. Paper label on spine. 209 pp. Shaken. Lable chipped.
	Johnson 821. The Johnson copy. 
1265
SHAW (Thomas) Recent Poems, on rural and other miscellaneous subjects, by 
Thomas Shaw, Apiarian, Native of Saddleworth Yorkshire. Huddersfield: Printed 
for the author, by J. Lancashire. 1824
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-maroon morocco, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [238+] pp. Frontispiece. Contains the errata. 
List of subscribers. The list of subscribers is incomplete with all but one page 
lacking. Edges a little rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 822. The Johnson copy.
1266
SHELLEY (Percy Bysshe) Poetical Pieces, by the late Percy Bysshe Shelley; 
containing Prometheus Unmasked, a lyrical drama; with other poems. The Cenci; 
a tragedy, in five acts. Rosalind and Helen; with other poems. London: Printed for 
C. and J. Ollier; and W. Simpkin and R. Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court. 1823 
[Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. 19th century 1/2-black calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. Various 
paginations. Bound with: SHELLEY. Queen Mab. 1829 [not catalogued and lacking 
P1]. 
	See NCBEL III,315. The entry in NCBEL appears with the corrected 
	Prometheus Unbound in the title. NCBEL lists this under "I" which is 
	usually individual items, rather than under selections or collections which 
	would seem more appropriate. Jackson, Annals, p. 495. This is a copy 
	without Hellas. Granniss 77.
1267
SHELLEY (Percy Bysshe) Miscellaneous Poems. London: William Benbow, 252, 
High-Holborn. 1826 [Printer: London: William Benbow, High Holborn]
12mo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original blue paper boards, rebacked in 
grey. 144 pp. Partly unopened. 
	NCBEL III,311. Not in Jackson, Annals. Granniss 87.
1268
SHELLEY (Percy Bysshe) The Beauties of Percy Bysshe Shelley, consisting of 
miscellaneous selections from his poetical works, the whole of The Sensitive 
Plant, Adonais, Alastor, Julian and Maddalo; and Queen Mab, free from the 
objectionable passages: with a biographical memoir. Third edition. London: 
Edward Lumley, 27, Chancery Lane, 1832 [Printer: London: Davison, Simmons, 
and Co., Whitefriars]
12mo in 6s. Third edition. Uncut in the original drab moire patterned cloth. 
Paper label on spine. [288] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Piece cut from 
upper free endpaper.
	NCBEL III,311. First published in 1830.  This is a new edition with new 
	material.  Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Granniss.
1269
SHELLEY (Percy Bysshe) Shelley's Poetical Works. London: Charles Daly, 14 
Leicester St., Leicester Sq. 1837 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
24mo in 8s. Original black diaper grain cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 572 pp. 
Frontispiece. Title-page is engraved. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Lacks upper free endpaper.
	NCBEL III,311. Not in Granniss. 
1270
SHENNAN (Robert) Tales, Songs, and Miscellaneous Poems, descriptive of rural 
scenes and manners; chiefly in the Scottish dialect. Dumfries: Printed by John 
M'Diarmid and Co. 1831
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. Two gilt lettering pieces. 170 
pp. Contains the errata. Dated ink signature on title-page. Some foxing. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 823. The Johnson copy.
1271
SHEPHARD (Holman) Hours of Retirement. A series of poems on subjects chiefly 
scriptural. To which are subjoined, Observations on Silent Worship, by Joseph 
John Gurney. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster Row; 
and William Darton, Holborn-Hill; Wilson and Sons, and w. Alexander and Son, 
York; and William Walker, Otley. 1829 [Printer: W. Walker, Printer, Otley] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-green linen, cream paper boards. 204 pp. 
1/2-title. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Spine sunned. Covers a 
little marked. Edges rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 824. The Johnson copy.
1272
SHEPHERD (Henry Savile) Poetical Remains of the late Henry Savile Shepherd, 
second son of the late William Savile Shepherd, esq. of Coxside, near Plymouth. 
Selected and arranged by the Rev. Joseph Garton, B.A. Perpetual Curate of 
Millbrook Chapel, Devon. Devonport: W. Byers, Printer to His Majesty, Fore-
Street. [Not published]. 1835 [Printer: W. Byers, Printer, Fore-Street, Devonport] 
Octavo. Rebound in full blue calf. Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. 210 
pp. Errata slip tipped- in at end. Ink signature on verso of upper free endpaper. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Covers and spine rubbed and scuffed. 
Edges rubbed and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 825. The Johnson copy. 
1273
[SHEPPARD (Sarah)] Illustrations of Scripture, the Hebrew Converts, and other 
poems. By S.S. London: John Hatchard and Son, Piccadilly. 1837 [Printer: Printed 
by T.E. Dicey, Mercury Office, Northampton] 
Octavo in 4s. Original black pebble grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [272] pp. Contains the errata. Dated ink inscription on title-page. 
Gathering L is in 3 only with a resulting distressing pagination but everything is 
here and the copy in the British Library is similarly paginated.  Bottom of spine 
slightly bumped. 
	Johnson 826. The Johnson copy.
1274
SHERSTON (Peter) The Months, commencing with early spring; a poem, 
descriptive of rural scenes and village characters. Bath: Printed for the benefit of 
the General Hospital, by W. Meyler and Son; and sold by G. Robinson, 
Paternoster-Row; and J. Harding, St. James's Street, London. 1809 
Quarto. Uncut in the original blue paper boards. 84 pp. Frontispiece. Two plates. 
List of subscribers (4 pp.). Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. Spine 
frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 827. The Johnson copy. 
1275
SHERWOOD (Oliver C.) An Elegiac Poem, occasioned by the recent afflictions of the 
Royal Family. Cork: Printed and sold by Richard Tivy, Bookseller, No. 2 St. 
Patrick-Street. 1819
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 16 
pp. Bookplate inside upper cover. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 828. The Johnson copy. 
1276
SHIRREFS (Andrew) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish dialect. Edinburgh: Printed for 
the author, by D. Willison; and sold by W. Creech and P. Hill, Edinburgh; and G.G.J. 
& J. Robinsons, London. 1790
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, grey boards, uncut. New paper label 
on spine. [407] pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (14 pp.).
	433
	SHOBERL (Frederic)(Ed.) Forget Me Not; a Christmas, New Year's, and Birth-
	day Present, for MDCCCXXXII. London: Published by R. Ackermann. [1832] 
	434
	SHOBERL (Frederic)(Ed.) Forget Me Not; a Christmas, New Year's and 
	birthday present. For MDCCCXXV. London: Published by Ackermann and Co. 
	[1835] 
1277
SILLAR (David) Poems. Kilmarnock: Printed by John Wilson. 1789
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Nineteenth century 1/2-brown calf, marbled boards, 
uncut. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. 247 pp. A little scattered foxing. 
	Contains a poem by Robert Burns. Jackson, Annals, p. 151. Johnson 832.
1278
SKETCHES OF THE LIFE OF BILLY COBB, AND THE DEATH OF TOMMY PAIN. 
Compiled from original documents, obtained in an original manner. With cuts. To 
which is added, An Expostulatory Epistle to Mr. Hone, the Lunarian. By the 
Author of the Dorchester Guide. Second edition. London: Printed (for the author,) 
and sold by Dean and Munday, Treadneedle-Street. J. Chappel and Son, Royal 
Exchange; Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers'-Court, Paternoster-Row; and all 
other booksellers. n.d. [?1819]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 35 pp. Illustrated. 
Title-page trimmed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 448. Jackson seems to indicate that there is no date on 
	the title-page and so it maybe that the date is not actually trimmed on this 
	copy although the price certainly is. This is also the earliest edition that 
	Jackson has found. 
1279
SKINNER (John) Amusements of Leisure Hours: or poetical pieces, chiefly in the 
Scottish dialect. To which is prefixed, a sketch of the author's life with some 
remarks on Scottish poetry. Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close; 
and sold by Stuart Cheyne, Edinburgh; by Alexander Brown, Aberdeen; and by 
the principal booksellers in Scotland. 1809
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Rebacked 
with new paper label. 144 pp. Covers worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 327. 
1280
SKINNER (John) A Miscellaneous Collection of Fugitive Pieces of Poetry. 
Edinburgh: Printed by John Moir, Royal Bank Close, and sold by F. and C. 
Rivington, London, S. Cheyne, Edinburgh; and A. Brown, Aberdeen. 1809
Octavo in 4s and 8s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Label on spine. 230 
pp. Contains the errata. Ink inscription on title-page. Evidence of label on title-
page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1281
SKURRAY (Francis) The Shepherd's Garland, composed of gatherings, during 
leisure hours, from ways of pleasantness and paths of peace. By Francis Skurray, 
B.D., Rector of Winterbourne Steepleton, Dorset, and Perpetual Curate of 
Hornignsham, Wilts. London: Printed for Simpkin and Marshall, and Rivingtons. 
[1832] [Printer: Hilliar, Printer, Warminster] 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece. 221 pp. 1/2-title. A trifle foxed. Edges rubbed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 834. The Johnson copy.
1282
S[LATTER] (J.W.) Rural Pictures and Miscellaneous Pieces. By J.W.S. Oxford: 
Talboys and Wheeler; and William Pickering, London. 1825 [Printer: Talboys and 
Wheeler, Printers, Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 138 pp. A 
little foxed. Some damp-staining of lower margin.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 517. 
1283
[SMEDLEY (Edward)] Erin. a geographical and descriptive poem. [In two parts]. 
London: Printed by Hamblin and Seyfang, Queen-Street, Cheapside, for the 
author; and sold by W. Ginger, College-Street, Westminster. 1810
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in contemporary 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Partly 
unopened. [87] pp. Folding coloured map as frontispiece. Vignette on title-page 
and additional vignettes throughout text. List of subscribers (16 pp.). Spine a 
little rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 337. 
1284
SMEDLEY (Edward, Jun.) Jonah. A poem. London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., 
Cleveland-Row; for John Murray, Albemarle Street; and John Deighton and Sons, 
Cambridge. 1815
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-blue morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [27] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 394. 
1285
[SMEDLEY (Edward)]  Religio Clerici, a churchman's epistle. Second edition, 
corrected. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1818 [Printer: T. Davsion, 
Lombard-Street, Whitefriars, London]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 35 pp. 1/2-title. Bound together with: [SMEDLEY]. A Churchman's Second 
Epistle. 1819. [item 1286].
	First published in 1818. Jackson, Annals, p. 437.
1286
[SMEDLEY (Edward)]  A Churchman's Second Epistle. By the author of Religio 
Clerici. With notes and illustrations. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 
1819 [Printer: London: Printed by W. Bulmer and Co., Cleveland Row, St. James's]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 
85 pp. 1/2-title. Bound together with: [SMEDLEY]. Religio Clerici. 1818. [item 
1285].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 441. 
1287
[SMEDLEY (Edward)] Lux Renata: a Protestant's epistle, with notes. By the author 
of Religio Clerici. London: Printed for J. Mawman, Ludgate-Street, and C. and J. 
Rivington, Waterloo-Place, and St. Paul's Church-Yard. 1827 [Printer: Shackell 
and Co., Johnson's Court, Fleet Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original purple printed paper wrappers. 63 pp. 
1/2-title. Tear to upper fly-leaf and 1/2-title. Wrappers faded and frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 530.  
1288
SMEDLEY (Edward) Poems by the late Rev. Edward Smedley, A.M.; with a 
selection from his correspondence and a memoir of his life. London: Baldwin and 
Cradock, Paternoster-row. 1837 [Printer: London: Printed by William Clowes and 
Sons, Stamford Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 
Raised gilt bands. [458] pp. Frontispiece portrait of author. List of subscribers 
(15 pp.) Dated ink inscription on verso of upper free endpaper. Bound with: 
[SMEDLEY (Edward)]. The Parson's Choice of Town or Country: an epistle to a 
young divine. By the author of Religio Clerici. 1821. [Not catalogued]
1289
SMETHAM (Richard) Natal Love, a poem, together with two other pieces. 
Sandbach: Printed by R. Lindop. n.d.
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab boards, rebacked. Original label on upper 
cover. Additional label on spine. 105 pp. Text marked.
	Johnson 237. Johnson gives a date of c.1815. This does not really seem 
	right and we think it might be after 1839. But since it's not in Jackson, not 
	in the BL and not in the NUC it's anybody's guess. 
1290
SMITH (Charlotte) Elegiac Sonnets. The fifth edition, with additional sonnets and 
other poems. London: Printed for T. Cadell, in the Strand. 1789 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Octavo. Fifth edition, but first thus. Rebound in 1/4-tan calf, blue linen cloth. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 83 pp. 1/2-title. Five plates. List of 
subscribers (13 pp.). 
	NCBEL II,683. First edition thus with additional sonnets and other poems. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 147. Jackson calls this volume 1 of 2 and describes it as 
	16mo. Jackson, Women, Smith 1(f). 
1291
SMITH (Charlotte) Elegiac sonnets. The sixth edition, with additional sonnets and 
other poems. Dublin: Printed by Bernard Dornin, No. 35, College-Green, Opposite 
the statue of King William. 1790
Octavo in 6s. Sixth edition. Contemporary full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
lettering piece on spine. 81 pp. 1/2-title bound in at end. Frontispiece. Ink 
signature on upper fly-leaf. 
	NCBEL II,684. First edition published in 1784; first thus with additions in 
	1789. Jackson, Annals, p. 157. Jackson, Women, Smith 1(g).
1292
SMITH (Charlotte) Elegiac Sonnets. The seventh edition, with additional sonnets 
and other poems. London: Printed by A. Strahan, for T. Cadell; and sold by T. 
Cadell jun. and W. Davies (Successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand. 1795
Octavo. Seventh edition. Contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. [107] pp. 1/2-title. Five plates. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper.
	Not in NCBEL. First edition published in 1784. Jackson, Annals, p. 198. 
	Jackson, Women, Smith 1(i).
1293
SMITH (Elizabeth) The Book of Job; translated from the Hebrew. With a preface 
and annotations by the Rev. F. Randolph. Bath: Printed by Richard Cruttwell, St. 
James's-Street; and sold by Cadell and Davies, Strand; Hatchard, Piccadilly, 
London; and S. Cheyne, Edinburgh. 1810
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 
Gilt edges. [189] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Contains the errata. Joints 
cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. 
1294
SMITH (Elizabeth) Poems on Malvern, and other subjects. Worcester: Printed and 
sold by T. Eaton, College Street; Sold also by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and 
Green, London. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original green linen texture cloth. 112 pp. 
1/2-title. List of subscribers (7 pp.). Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Text 
a little marked in places. Covers and spine faded and marked. Spine frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 547. Jackson, Women, Smith 1(a). Johnson 838. The 
	Johnson copy.
1295
SMITH (Elizabeth) Poems on Malvern and other subjects. Second edition. 
Worcester: Printed and sold by T. Eaton & Son; sold also by Longman, Rees, Orme, 
Brown and Green, London. 1834 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original pink sand grain cloth. Upper cover blocked in 
gilt. 116 pp. List of subscribers (10 pp.). Unopened. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper. Spine faded and slightly frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 582. Johnson 839. The Johnson copy although Johnson 
	describes this copy as "original green cloth".
1296
SMITH (Hugh) The Poetical Miscellany of Morals and Religion. Irvine: Printed by 
E. Macquistan. 1832 Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original linen texture cloth. Paper 
label on spine. 203 pp. 1/2-title. Largely unopened.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 841. The Johnson copy.
1297
SMITH (John) The Poetical Works of John Smith, Part I. Dedicated by Permission 
to Jonadab Micklethwaite. Sheffield: Printed for the author, and sold by T. 
Cockburn, High Street, Sheffield. 1821 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 
69 pp. Frontispiece. A little foxed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Apparently all published. Johnson 843.
1298
SMITH (Lydia B.) Bianca, and other poems. London: Charles Tilt, Fleet Street; and 
S. Simms, Bath. 1838 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original pink sand grain cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 
131 pp. 1/2-title. Spine faded. 
	Johnson 844. The Johnson copy.
1299
SMITH (R.A.) The Scotish [sic] Minstrel. A selection from the Vocal Melodies of 
Scotland, ancient and modern. Arranged for the voice and piano forte. [In six 
volumes]. Second edition. Edinburgh: Published & sold by Robt. Purie at his 
music and musical instrument warehouse, No. 83 Princes Street. n.d. [c.1824] 
[Printer: No printer's imprint]
Quarto in 2s. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-green linen, green paper 
boards. Paper label on each spine. 108;102;108;104;106;104 pp. Engraved title-
page with a different vignette in each volume. Engraved musical notation. Dated 
ink inscription on upper free endpaper of volume 1. Some volumes a little 
shaken. Some labels a little frayed.
	See NCBEL III,180 which cites an edition of 1821-24. One of the finest 
	collections of songs. Includes poetry by Scott, Campbell, Leyden, Hogg, 
	Burns and Byron among many others. 
1300
SMITH (T.C.) Bay Leaves. Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co. 
Edinburgh; and Hurst, Robinson, and Co., London. 1824 [Printer: Edinburgh: 
Printed by James Ballantyne and Co.]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-cloth, gray paper boards, uncut. Spine 
blocked in black. Gilt lettering piece. 160 pp. A little foxed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 500. 
1301
SMITH (Thomas) Poems. Manchester: Printed for the author, by Cowdroy and 
Boden, St. Mary's Gate. 1797 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-blue, cream paper boards. Rebacked, 
paper label on spine. [101] pp. Contains the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 220. Johnson 845. The Johnson copy.
1302
SMITH (William) British Heroism, exemplified in the character of His Grace 
Arthur, Duke and Marquis of Wellington, and the brave officers serving under 
his command in Holland, The East Indies, Portugal, Spain and France. Sunderland: 
Printed by George Garbutt, for Gale, Curtis, and Fenner, London. 1815 [J846]
Octavo in 2s. Rebound in blue paper wrappers. [120] pp. List of subscribers (6 
pp.). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 390. Johnson 846. The Johnson copy.
1303
[SMITH (William Cusack)] The Goblins of Neapolis. Edited by Paul P. Peeradeal. 
Dublin: Milliken and Son, Grafton-Street, booksellers to the University. London: B. 
Fellowes, Ludgate Street. 1836 [Printer: Dublin: Printed by John S. Folds, 5 
Bachelor's Walk]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original green sand grain cloth. Paper label on 
spine. [148] pp. Six plates. Contains the errata. Scattered foxing. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Covers a little worn.
1304
SMYTH (William) English Lyrics. By William Smyth, Fellow of St. Peter's College, 
Cambridge. Third edition. London: Printed by J. McCreery, for T. Cadell and W. 
Davies, Strand. 1806
12mo. in 8s. Third edition. Contemporary 1/2-red roan, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 149 pp. Ink inscription on title-page. 
	First published in 1797. Jackson, Annals, p. 297. Johnson 847. 
1305
[SMYTH (William)] Ode performed in the Senate-house at Cambridge, June 29, 
1811, at the installation of His Royal Highness William Frederick Duke of 
Gloucester and Edinburgh, Chancellor of the University. Set to music by Dr. 
Hague, Professor of Music. Cambridge: Printed by J. Smith, Printer to the 
University. 1811
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 9 pp. 
Title-page trimmed.
1306
[SMYTHIES (Harriet Maria)] The Bride of Siena. A poem. London: Saunders and 
Otley, Conduit Street. 1835 [Printer: Printed by Richard Taylor, Red Lion Court, 
Fleet Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink patterned ribbed grain 
cloth. Gilt lettering piece. 124 pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (upper 
free endpaper). Covers and spine a little faded. Text a little marked.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 585. Jackson, Women, Smythies 1. 
1307
SNOWDEN (Eleanor) The Maid of Scio: a tale of modern Greece. In six cantos. 
Dover: Printed by G. Chapman, King-Street. 1829 [J848]
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in full blue calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 128 pp. 
Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Ink signature on upper fly-leaf. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks lettering piece. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 545. Jackson, Women, Snowden 1(a). Johnson 848. The 
	Johnson copy. Johnson lists the author incorrectly as SNOWDON.
1308
SOMEBODY (E.) [pseud.] Poems. Dublin: Printed for H. Colbert, Capel-Street. 1805 
[Printer: Jones, Printer, 90 Bride Street]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Raised bands. 
[117] pp. Errata leaf at end. Worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 301. 
1309
THE SONGS OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND. In two volumes. London: James 
Cochrane and Co. 11, Waterloo Place. 1835 [Printer: William Nicol, 51 Pall Mall, 
London]
Octavo. Two volumes. First edition. Volume 1 in original sand grain cloth. Volume 
2 in original bead grain cloth. Spines blocked in gilt. [316];362 pp. Frontispiece in 
each volume. Vignette title-page in each volime. Volume 1 partly unopened. Ink 
signature on recto of frontispiece of volume 2. Some pencilled scribblings at end 
of volume 1. Frontispiece of volume 2 loose. Some scattered foxing.
	Contains poetry by Southey, Lover, Mrs. Hemans, Byron, Coleridge, Scott, 
	Burns and Hogg.
1310
SONGS OF SWITZERLAND. By the author of "Field Flowers," "The Garland," 
"Minstrel Melodies," &c. London: R. Willoughby, 109, Goswell Street. 1833 
[Printer: London: Printed by Ibotson and Palmer, Savoy St., Strand]
12mo. First edition. Original sand grain cloth, paper label on upper cover, a.e.g. 
[79] pp. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. A little rubbed and frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1311
SOPHIA, PRINCESS OF ZELL, to George the First, on his accession to the throne of 
England. A poetical epistle. London: Printed for William Hone, 45, Ludgate Hill. 
1820 [Printer: J. M'Creery, Took's Court, Chancery Lane, London]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on upper 
cover. 20 pp. 1/2-title. Foxed throughout. 1/2-title scuffed, repaired. A little 
grimed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1312
SOTHEBY (William) Orestes, a tragedy, in five acts. London: Sold by T. Cadell, jun. 
and W. Davies, Strand. Printed by J. Mills, Bristol. 1802 
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Upper cover 
rejointed. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 114 
pp. Author's presentation copy to Eliza Sotheby whose signature is on the title-
page. Bound with: SOTHEBY. Constance de Castile. 1810. [not catalogued] and 
SOTHEBY. Saul. 1807. [not catalogued]. Author's dated presentation volume 
(upper fly-leaf) to Mrs. Trail, whose bookplate is on upper paste-down 
endpaper, on the death of his sister, Eliza. Additional bookplates on upper free 
endpaper and on upper fly-leaf. Edges a little rubbed.
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 263. 
1313
SOTHEBY (William) A Song of Triumph. London: Printed for John Murray, 
Albmearle-Street, by W. Bulmer and Co., Cleveland-Row, St. James's. 1814
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary paper boards, rebacked. 12 pp. Bound with: 
SOTHEBY. Farewell to Italy. 1818. [item 1315]
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 387. 
1314
SOTHEBY (William)  Tragedies. The Death of Darnley. Ivan. Zamorin and Zama. 
The Confession. [and] Orestes. London: Printed for John Murray, Albemarle-
Street; by W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's. 1814
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. 361 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine faded and 
frayed with piece missing. Label frayed.
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 388. 
1315
SOTHEBY (William) Farewell to Italy, and occasional poems. London: Printed by 
W. Bulmer and Co. Cleveland-Row, St. James's. 1818
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary paper boards, uncut, rebacked. 65 pp. Ms. 
correction of text (B1v). Author's presentation copy (verso of upper free 
endpaper). Bound with: SOTHEBY. A Song of Triumph. 1814. [item 1313] 
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 432. 
1316
SOTHEBY (William) The Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, translated by William 
Sotheby; illustrated by the designs of Flaxman. [In four volumes]. London: G. and 
W. Nicol, Pall Mall; J. Murray, Albemarle Street. 1834 [Printer: W. Nicol, 
Shakespeare Press, Cleveland Row]
Octavo. First edition. Four volumes. Contemporary full red morocco, a.e.g.  Covers 
and spines blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 399;425;310;309 pp. Vignette on each 
title-page. Frontispiece in each volume. 21 plates in volume 1. 17 plates in 
volume 2. 20 plates in volume 3. 12 plates in volume 4. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper of each volume. 
	Not in NCBEL. See NCBEL III,401 which lists Iliad and Odyssey separately. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1317
THE SOUL OF HARMONY: being a collection of the most admired glees, catches, 
duets, and songs, ancient and modern, in the English language, as sung at the 
Harmonic & Anacreontic Societies of London, Norwich, Bath, &c., &c., &c. Norwich: 
Printed and published by and for Stevenson and Matchett, Market-Place, and R. 
M. Bacon, Cockey-Lane; and sold by Scatcherd and Letterman, Ave-Maria- Lane; 
Champante and Whitrow, Jewry-Street, Aldgate, London; and all other bookseller 
in town and country. n.d. [1804]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Two parts bound in one. Original marbled boards, 
paper label on upper cover, rebacked in morocco. Spine blocked in gilt. 72;104 
pp. Frontispiece. Recased, new endpapers. Preliminaries loose. 
1318
[SOUTHEY (Caroline Bowles)] Ellen Fitzarthur: a metrical tale, in five cantos. 
London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row. 
1820 [Printer: Printed by A. and R. Spottiswoode, Printers-Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on 
spine. 134 pp. 32 pp. of adverts at end (April, 1846 indicating a later bind-up). 
Spine a trifle chipped. Scattered foxing. 
	NCBEL III,368. Jackson, Annals, p. 453. Jackson, Women, Bowles 1(a). 
1319
SOUTHEY (Robert) Carmen Triumphale, for the commencement of the year 1814. 
Carmina Aulica. Written in 1814, on the arrival of the allied sovereigns in 
England. By Robert Southey, Esq., Poet Laureate. Second edition. London: Printed 
for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-row. 1821 [Printer: 
Printed by A. and R. Spottiswoode, Printers Street, London]
Octavo in 12s. Second edition, but first with the odes. Uncut in the original 
purple ribbed grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and 
gilt. [94] pp. Some scattered foxing. Some gatherings carelessly opened. 
	NCBEL III,256. First published in 1814. Jackson, Annals, p. 467. 
1320
SOUTHEY (Robert) The Lay of the Laureate. Carmen Nuptiale, by Robert Southey, 
Esq. Poet Laureate, Member of the Royal Spanish Academy, and of the Royal 
Spanish Academy of History. London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, 
and Brown, Paternoster Row. 1816 [Printer: W. Pople, Printer, 67 Chancery Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. [80] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. Spine and label a 
little frayed.
	NCBEL III,256. Jackson, Annals, p. 406.
1321
SOUVENIR OF LITERATURE & ART. To the King's most Gracious Majesty this 
volume is by permission most respectfully inscribed. London: Edwd. Lacey, 76 St. 
Pauls. [Printer: Thomas White, Printer, Johnson's Court]. n.d. [c.1835]
Octavo. First edition. Original patterned rib grain cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 288 pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-page [no printed title-page present]. Six 
plates. Edges rubbed. Spine rubbed and frayed. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Ink signature on title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Faxon. Contains poetry by Cornwall, Bird and 
	Hogg. 
1322
SPENCER (Frederic Charles) The Vale of Bolton; a poetical sketch: and other 
poems. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co. St. Paul's Church Yard. n.d. [?1830] 
[Printer: N. Whitley, Printer, Halifax]
Octavo. First edition. Original brown patterned sand-grain cloth, a.e.g. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [140] pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. A little grimed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 557. Johnson 849.
1323
SPENCER (W.R.) The Year of Sorrow. Written in the Spring of 1803. London: 
Printed for T. Cadell and W. Davies, in the Strand, by W. Bulmer and Co., 
Cleveland-Row. 1804
Quarto. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 22 
pp. Engraved vignette on title-page. 
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 284. 
1324
SPICER (William Henry) The Last Evening of Catanie; with other poems. London: 
Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman. 1834 [Printer: London: Printed 
by Manning and Smithson, London-House Yard]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary full green calf. Covers blocked in blind 
and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. [176] pp. Author's presentation copy 
(upper fly-leaf). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1325
STAGG (John) Miscellaneous Poems. Carlisle: Printed by B. Scott, in the Market- 
Place. 1804 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in full tree calf. Spine blocked in gilt. 204 pp. A little 
foxed. Lacks lettering piece. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 280. Johnson 854. The Johnson copy. 
1326
STAGG (John) Miscellaneous Poems, some of which are in the Cumberland and 
Scottish dialects. Wigton: Printed by R. Hetherton. 1807
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original 1/4-cloth, blue paper boards. Gilt lettering 
piece. 256 pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Lettering piece worn. 
Covers marked.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 310. Jackson indicates that this is not a first edition. 
	However, the British Library catalogue notes that this is a first, i.e. an item 
	differing from Miscellaneous Poems first published at Carlisle in 1790. 
1327
STAGG (J.) Minstrel of the North; or, Cumbrian legends. Being a poetical 
miscellany of legendary, gothic and romantic tales. Manchester: Printed by Mark 
Wardle, Bottom of Market-Street, for the author, and sold by J. Blacklock, Royal 
Exchange, London. 1817
Octavo. Second edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. 
Hand-lettering on spine. 352 pp. Dated ink signature on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Lacks upper and lower free endpaper. Final leaf loose. Backstrip 
defective. 
	First published in 1810. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1328
STAGG (John) The Cumbrian Minstrel; being a poetical miscellany of legendary, 
Gothic and Romantic tales, the scenes and subjects which are principally laid in 
the Border Counties of England and Scotland; together with several essays in the 
Northern dialect; also a number of original pieces, never before published, and a 
variety of translations as well modern as classical. [In two volumes]. Manchester: 
Printed by T. Wilkinson, 19 Ridgefield. 1821 
Octavo in 6s. Two volumes. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards, 
rebacked. Paper label on each spine. [292];[296] pp. 1/2-title in each volume. 
Bookseller's label on upper paste-down endpaper of each volume: R.H. Sutton, 
Bookseller, 120 Portland St., Manchester. Rubberstamp of same bookseller on 
lower paste-down endpaper of each volume. Ex-library copy.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 468. Johnson 850. The Johnson set.
1329
STANDISH (F.H.) The Maid of Jaen, a poem. With notes and general remarks. New 
edition. Chorley: Printed and sold by C. Robinson, Market-Street; Sold also by 
Whittaker, Treacher & Co., Ave Maria Lane, London, and all other booksellers. 
1832 
Octavo in 4s. Original purple linen texture cloth. Paper label on spine. 58 pp. Tiny 
hole through entire volume, text affected. Spine sunned and frayed. Label 
chipped. Covers faded. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 859. The Johnson copy.
1330
STANDISH (F.H.) Timon, a poem, in two cantos. Chorley: Printed and sold by C. 
Robinson, Market-Street; sold also by Whittaker, Treacher & Co., Ave-Maria 
Lane, London, and all other booksellers. 1833 
Octavo in 4s. Original blue sand grain cloth. Paper label on spine. [68] pp. 1/2-
title. Errata leaf. Spine a trifle sunned. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 860. The Johnson copy.
1331
STANDISH (Frank Hall) The Bride of Palencia, a poem. London: Whittaker, 
Treacher, & Co., Ave Maria Lane; Manchester: Bancks and Co. 1837 [Printer: H. 
Lawson, Printer, Market-Street, Chorley] 
Octavo in 4s. Original 1/4-pink pebble grain cloth, drab paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. 74 pp. Author's presentation copy (upper free endpaper). Spine 
sunned.
	Johnson 858. The Johnson copy.
1332
STANLEY (Arthur Penrhyn) The Gipsies. A prize poem, recited in the Theatre, 
Oxford; June 7, 1837. By Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, Balliol College. Oxford: Printed 
and published by J. Vincent. 1837
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
19 pp.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Stanley.
1333
STARKE (Mariana) The Beauties of Carlo-Maria Maggi, paraphrased; to which are 
added sonnets by Mariana Starke. Exeter: Printed for the author, by S. Woolmer, 
in the Fore-Street; and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London; and by 
Upham, and also by Barratt, Bath. 1811 
Octavo. Uncut in the original 1/4-drab, grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
51 pp. 1/2-title. Errata slip laid-down on E2. Ex-Signet Library copy. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 347. Jackson, Women, Starke 4. Johnson 861. The 
	Johnson copy. 
1334
STEEL (Mrs.) Pathetic and Religious Poems. Saxmundham: Printed for the 
authoress by L. Brightly. 1834 
12mo. in 4s. Original orange paper boards. 40 pp. Text a little marked. Covers 
detached.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Steel 1. Johnson 862. The Johnson 
	copy. 
1335
STEVENS (J.L.) Fancy's Wreath, a collection of poems. Plymouth: Printed by T. 
Flindell, jun. Gazette Office. Published by Scatcherd and Letterman, 14 Ave 
Maria-Lane, London; Flindell, and Creach, Plymouth; Gray, Stonehouse; and all 
other booksellers.1820 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-red calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 128 pp. List of 
subscribers (4 pp.). Sprung. Text a little marked. Covers and spine a little worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 454. Johnson 863. The Johnson copy.
1336
[STEWART (C.)] Rodolfo; a poem, and Forty Sonnets. London: Printed for G. and 
W.B. Whittaker, Ave-Maria-Lane. 1824 [Printer: E. Turner & W. Foster, Printers, 
Wolverhampton]
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. 152 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Upper 
hinge cracked. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 507. Johnson 778. The Johnson copy.
1337
STEWART (John) The Pleasures of Love. A poem. Second edition. London: Printed 
for J. Mawman, No. 22 Poultry by W. Flint, Old Bailey. 1806
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [118] pp. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	First published in 1806. Jackson, Annals, p. 300. 
1338
STEWART (John) Alhagranza, a Moorish metrical romance. London: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, Paternoster Row; by Odell and Laurent, 
Cork. 1816 
Quarto. Contemporary full diced calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Raised bands. 398+xxxvi pp. 1/2-title. 
Author's dated presentation copy (verso of fly-title). Corners rubbed and a little 
frayed. Some foxing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 403. Johnson 866. The Johnson copy.
1339
S[TIRLING] (J[ames]) Poems, by J.S. Newcastle: Printed by Edward Walker, 
Pilgrim Street. 1829
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, ribbed grain cloth, 
uncut. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 76 
pp. Author's dated presentation copy (title-page). 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 547. Jackson gives the title as anonymous. The British 
	Library catalogue lists Poems under Stirling but gives [1824] as date. 
	Halkett and Laing give Stirling as author but their copy has a different 
	pagination.
1340
STODDART (Thomas Tod)  Songs and Poems. In three parts. Edinburgh: William 
Blackwood and Sons, 45, George Street. 1839 [Printer: Printed by J. Wares, 
Border Press, Kelso]
Octavo. First edition. Original green wavy grain cloth, uncut. Spine blocked in 
blind and gilt. 216 pp. 1/2-title. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. A little 
foxed. Spine darkened and frayed. Covers faded and a little marked. Corners 
bumped. 
	NCBEL III,552. Johnson 867. Johnson incorrectly lists this author as 
	STODDARD.
1341
STOKES (Catharine) Poems on subjects, religious, moral, &c. &c. &c. By Catharine 
Stokes, of Damerham. Salisbury: Printed by J.A. Gilmour. 1818 
12mo. in 4s. Original light green printed paper boards. 78 pp. List of subscribers 
(2 pp.) tipped-in at front. Addenda leaf tipped-in at end. Dated ink inscription on 
upper free endpaper. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Gathering I is in 
3 rather than 4 but the pagination is correct. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Stokes 1. Johnson 868. The 
	Johnson copy. 
1342
STONES (W.) The Garden of Norfolk; or, the rural residence: a poem, in four 
books; containing reflections of a moral and religious nature. Norwich: Printed 
for the author by Matchett and Stevenson, Market-Place; and sold by them; and 
by all other booksellers in Norfolk. n.d. [1823]
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 136 
pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Spine rubbed and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 869. The Johnson copy.
Together with:
STONES (W.) The Rural Residence; a poem in four books; containing reflections of 
a moral and religious nature. Second edition. Norwich: Printed for the author, by 
Matchett and Stevenson, Market-Place; and sold by them; by Blanshard, 14 City- 
Road, London; and by all other booksellers. n.d. [1823] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 136 
pp. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Siegfried Sassoon's copy (bookplate on 
verso of upper free endpaper. Spine rubbed and frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 870. The Johnson copy.
1343
[STORY (Robert)] Craven Blossoms: or, poems chiefly connected with the district 
of Craven. By Robert Storey. Skipton: Printed for the author, by J. Tasker. 1826 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. 80 pp. Contains the errata.
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 520. Johnson 872. The Johnson copy.
1344
STORY (Robert) The Magic Fountain, with other poems. London: Printed for W. 
Crofts, 19, Chancery-Lane. 1829 [Printer: Tasker, Printer, Skipton]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original cream paper boards. Paper label 
on spine. [187] pp. Errata leaf at end. Dated ink inscription on upper free 
endpaper. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine frayed. 
	NCBEL III,401. Jackson, Annals, p. 545. Johnson 873
1345
STORY (Robert)  The Outlaw; a drama in five acts. London: Simpkin, Marshall, and 
Co. 1839 [Printer: Printed by J. Tasker, Bookseller &c., Skipton]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering 
piece. 176 pp. 
	NCBEL III,401. Johnson 874.
1346
STORY (Robert) Songs and Lyrical Poems. Liverpool: Printed for the author, and 
sold by Whittaker & Co., London; Grapel, Liverpool; Sowler, Manchester; Clarke & 
Addison, Preston; Heaton & Sons, Bolton-Le-Moors; Tasker, Skipton; Inkersley, 
Bradford; and Ramsay, Berwick-upon-Tweed. n.d. [?1836] [Printer: Liverpool: 
Printed by C. Ingram 32 North John-Street] 
Octavo. Original rose diaper grain cloth. Paper label on spine. 136 pp. 1/2-title. 
List of subscribers (11 pp.). Contains the errata. Slight scattered foxing. Covers 
faded. Spine sunned. Paper label chipped.
	Johnson 875. The Johnson copy.
Together with:
STORY (Robert) Songs and Lyrical Poems. Second edition. London: James Fraser, 
215 Regent Street. n.d. [?c.1836] [Printer: Printed by C. Ingram, 32 North John-
Street] 
Octavo. Original blue diaper grain cloth. Paper label on spine. [148] pp. 1/2-title. 
Contains the errata. Spine sunned and frayed.
	NCBEL III,402 for first edition only. NCBEL, following the British Library 
	Catalogue, gives [1845?] as date but internal evidence in both volumes 
	makes this unlikely. There is a dated ink inscription in the second edition 
	of 1837 and the author writes of his loyalty to the King who died in 1837. 
	Johnson 876. The Johnson copy.
1347
STOWELL (H.) The Pleasures of Religion, with other poems. London: C.J.G. and F. 
Rivington, and Hatchard and Son. 1832 [Printer: T. Sowler, Printer, Manchester] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 148 pp. 1/2-title. 
Errata slip tipped-in at end. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 878. The Johnson copy.
1348
STRANGEWAYES (Edward) The Messiah; or the redemption of man; a poem, in 
thirteen books. Richmond: Printed for the author, by M. Bell; and sold by 
Baldwin, Cradock; Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London; Bell, 
Richmond and Bedale, Yorkshire; Wilson and Sons; Burdekin, York; Mozley, 
Derby; Fall, Leyburn; and all other booksellers. 1830 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original rose linen texture cloth, rebacked. Original 
backstrip laid-down. New paper label on spine. 423 pp. 1/2-title. List of 
subscribers (7 pp.). Contains the errata. Dated ink signature on upper fly-leaf. 
Covers and spine faded. Scattered foxing throughout. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 553. Johnson 878. The Johnson copy. 
1349
STRICKLAND (Agnes) Worcester Field; or, the cavalier. A poem in four cantos, 
with historical notes. London: Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and 
Green, Paternoster-Row. n.d. [1826] [Printer: Printed by Cox and Baylis, Great 
Queen Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [164] pp. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Strickland. Strickland is only listed as a writer of 
	children's books. Jackson, Annals, p. 526. Jackson, Women, Strickland 1. 
1350
STRICKLAND (Agnes) The Seven Ages of Woman, and other poems. London: 
Hurst, Chance, & Co., 65 St. Paul's Churchyard. 1827 [Printer: Bungay: Printed by 
J. R. and C. Childs]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. 152 pp. 1/2-title. 1 
p. of advertisements at front (verso of 1/2-title). Author's dated presentation 
copy (upper free endpaper). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Foxed. 
Spine worn and frayed. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Strickland. Strickland is only listed as a writer of 
	children's books. Jackson, Annals, p. 533. Jackson,Women, Strickland 2. 
	Johnson 879.
1351
STRICKLAND (Agnes) Demetrius: a tale of modern Greece: in three cantos, with 
other poems. London: James Fraser, Regent Street. 1833 [Printer: London: J. 
Moyes, Castle Street, Leicester Square]
Octavo. First edition. Original purplish brown linen texture cloth. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. [172] pp. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
Faded and a little frayed.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Strickland. Strickland is only listed as a writer of 
	children's books. Jackson, Annals, p. 572. Jackson, Women, Strickland (3). 
1352
STRICKLAND (Agnes) Floral Sketches, Fables and other poems. London: 
Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange. [1836] [Printer: London: Printed by Joseph 
Rickersby, Sherbourn Lane]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in stiff marbled wrappers. Paper label on 
upper cover. [156] pp. Frontispiece. 7 plates. Other illustrations. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Strickland. Strickland is only listed as a writer of 
	children's books. 
1353
[STRONG (Charles)] Specimens of Sonnets from the most celebrated Italian poets; 
with translations. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1827 [Printer: 
London: Printed by Thomas Davison, Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. [104] pp. 
Dated ink inscription on upper fly-leaf. Foxed. Edges a little rubbed. 
	NCBEL III,402. Jackson, Annals, p. 534. 
1354
STRONG (Charles)  Sonnets. By Rev. Charles Strong, A.M., formerly Fellow of 
Wadham College, Oxford. London: John Murray, Albemarle-Street. 1835 [Printer: 
London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars, (late T. Davison)]
Octavo. First edition. Original purple sand grain cloth, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. [52] pp. 1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (verso 
of upper free endpaper). Ink inscription on 1/2-title. Spine worn and frayed. 
	NCBEL III,402. Jackson, Annals, p. 591. 
1355
STRUTHERS (John) The Poor Man's Sabbath, with other poems. Third edition, 
corrected and enlarged. Edinburgh: Printed by J. Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald 
Constable and Co., Edinburgh, and J. Murray, 32 Fleet-Street, London. 1808
Octavo. Third edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 127 pp. 1/2-title. Edges rubbed. 
Spine worn, lettering piece chipped. 
	First published in 1808. Jackson, Annals, p. 323. 
1356
STRUTHERS (John) The Winter Day, with other poems. Glasgow: Printed for the 
author, by W. Lang, 62, Bell-Street. 1811 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 139 
pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Largely unopened. Spine chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 355. Johnson 882. The Johnson copy.
1357
STRUTHERS (John) Poems Moral and Religious. [In two volumes]. Glasgow: 
Printed by William Lang, 62, Bell-Street. 1814
Octavo in 4s. Two volumes. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red morocco, red 
cloth boards, rebacked. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 176;160 
pp. 1/2-title in each volume. Frontispiece in volume 1. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper of each volume. Author's presentation copy (1/2-title of 
volume 1).
	Jackson, Annals, p. 385.
1358
STRUTHERS (John) The Plough, and other poems. Glasgow: Printed by R. 
Chapman, for William Turnbull; William Blackwood, Edinburgh; and Longman & 
Co., London. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. Full green morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. 
Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 112 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Bound with: FINLAY. Wallace or the 
Vale of Ellerslie. 1817 [not catalogued].
	Jackson, Annals, p. 435. Johnson 881. The Johnson copy.
1359
STRUTHERS (John) Dychmont: a poem. Glasgow: Printed by Fullarton and Co. 
1836 12mo. in 8s. Original purple sand grain cloth, a.e.g. Spine blocked in gilt. 
128 pp. 1/2-title. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Spine sunned. 
Lower cover a little sunned.
Johnson 880. The Johnson copy. There is a pencilled note on the verso of the 
upper free endpaper: Note. binder's cloth! Binder's cloth it may be but it is 
clearly the original binding for this book, and very pretty it is too. 
1360
STUART (James) Poems on Various Subjects; by James Stuart, A.M. Armagh. 
Belfast: Printed by Joseph Smyth, High-Street. 1811 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [192] pp. List of subscribers (17 pp.). Contains the errata. Spine a little 
frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 352. Johnson 883. The Johnson copy.
1361
STUBBINGS (Henry Watkins) Miscellaneous Pieces; in prose and verse. By Henry 
Watkins Stubbings, late Master of the Academy, Winslow, now Newnham 
Academy, in Northamptonshire. Written with a view to enforce the practice of 
virtue on the juvenile mind. Northampton: Printed by J. Abel, Parade. 1823 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. Two gilt lettering pieces. 122 pp. Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Lacks R2 which might be a blank, an 
advertisement or the 1/2-title. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 884. The Johnson copy.
1362
STUDENTS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW The College Album, a selection of 
original pieces. Edited by students in the University of Glasgow. Glasgow: John 
Smith and Son; Bell & Bradfute, Edinburgh; and H. Colburn, London. 1828 
[Printer: Hutchison and Brookman, Printers, Saltmarket]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink paper boards, paper label 
on spine. 216 pp. List of subscribers (10 pp.). 4 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Spine a little frayed. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Contains poetry by Campbell, Burns and Scott. 
1363
THE SUFFOLK GARLAND: or, a collection of poems, songs, tales, ballads, sonnets, 
and elegies, legendary and romantic, historical and descriptive, relative to that 
county; and illustrative of its scenery, places, biography, manners, habits and 
customs. Ipswich: Printed and sold by John Raw; sold also by Longman, Hurst, 
Rees, Orme and Brown; and Rodd and Son, London. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. 404 pp. 1/2-title. A trifle foxed. Lacks upper free endpaper. 
Upper hinge cracked. Edges rubbed and a little frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 438. Contains poetry by Barton, Crabbe and Bloomfield.
1364
THE SURRENDER OF CALAIS. An historical drama. York: Printed by G. Peacock; 
and sold by W. Tesseyman, bookseller in York, and Messrs. Crosby and 
Letterman, Stationers'-Court, London. 1801
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in marbled paper wrappers. 80 pp. 1/2-title. 
Contains the erratum. Ex-library copy. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 258. Johnson 886.
1365
SUTHERLAND (William) Poems and Songs, by William Sutherland, Langton, 
Berwickshire. Embellished with engravings on wood. Haddington: Printed for the 
author by James Miller. 1821 
Octavo in 12s. Rebound in 1/2-purple calf, purple sand grain cloth. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 152 pp. Lacks 1/2-title. Ink signature on 
verso of G12. Scattered foxing and some ink markings to text. Spine slightly 
rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 887. The Johnson copy.
1366
SWAIN (Charles) Metrical Essays, on subjects of history and imagination. Second 
edition. London: Hurst, Chance and Co., 65 St. Paul's Church Yard. 1828 [Printer: 
B. Bensley, Printer, Andover] 
Octavo. Bound in full blue moirè patterned silk, a.e.g. Rebacked in calf. 
Spine blocked in gilt. [176] pp. Ink signture on upper fly-leaf - a family copy. 
Label on verso of upper free endpaper (W.H. Jones, Stationer, Printer/binder, 22 
Market Str. Manchester).
	Jackson, Annals, p. 538. Johnson 889. The Johnson copy. Johnson calls for a 
	half-title but there is none in this copy and there is none called for in the 
	collation.
1367
SWAIN (Charles) Beauties of the Mind, a poetical sketch; with lays, historical and 
romantic. London: Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court. 1831 [Printer: 
W.P. Aston, Printer, Manchester] 
Octavo in 4s. Full maroon morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in blind and 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised bands. [200] pp. Engraved title-page. 
2 pp. of advertisements at end. Author's signed presentation copy (upper fly-
leaf). Label on upper paste-down endpaper: Swain's Literary Repository, 2 Dacre 
Place, Manchester. Edges rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 559. Johnson 888. The Johnson copy. 
1368
SWAIN (Joseph) Redemption: a poem, in eight books. By Joseph Swain, Walworth. 
The second edition. To which is prefixed Memoirs of the Author's Life. London: 
Printed for the author's widow. Sold by J. Mathews, No. 18, Strand; Button, 
Paternoster Row; Mrs. Gurney, Holborn; and Mrs. Swain, East-Street, Walworth. 
1797
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary mottled calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. [168] pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Some worming. 
	First published in 1789. Jackson, Annals, p. 222.   
1369
SWAN (Charles) Retribution, a poem: addressed to Woman. London: C. Chapple, 
66, Pall Mall, Bookseller to the King's most excellent Majesty. 1820 [Printer: W. 
M'Dowall, Printer, Pemberton Row, London]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers. 71 pp. 
1/2-title. Author's presentation copy (upper fly-leaf). Largely unopened. Lacks 
backstrip.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 463.
1370
TAIT (Thomas) Bamburgh Castle; a poem, in two parts. Edinburgh: Printed by 
James Ballantyne and Co., for the Author. 1818
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in drab paper boards, rebacked. Hand-lettered paper 
label on upper cover. 52 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 429. 
1371
TALE OF A WINTER'S NIGHT. A poem. Newport: Sold by H. Webber; and 
Whittaker and Co., London. 1838 [Printer: Printed by H. Webber, Newport] 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 72 pp. Frontispiece. Foxed. Worn, marked and shaken.
	Johnson 890. The Johnson copy. 
1372
THE TALISMAN; or, English keepsake. A bouquet of literature and the fine arts. 
Illustrated with splendid engravings. London: Published by Thomas Holmes, 
Great Book Establishment, 76, St. Paul's Church Yard. n.d. [c.1830] [Printer: 
Printed by Willoughby & Co., 97 St. John St. Smithfield]
Octavo in 12s. 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. 312 pp. Frontispiece. Seven plates. Bookplate on upper paste-down 
endpaper. Slightly shaken. Edges a little rubbed and slightly frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Faxon. Faxon's 1751 conforms in pagination 
	but not in imprint or number of plates. Contains poetry by Mrs. Norton.
1373
TANNAHILL (Robert) The Soldier's Return; a Socttish interlude in two acts. With 
other poems and songs, chiefly in the Scottish dialect. Paisley: Printed by 
Stephen Young, Bowling Green. 1807 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in orange linen binder's cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. [176] 
pp. Contains the errata. Lacks upper free endpaper. Upper hinge cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 893. The Johnson copy.
1374
TAYLOR (Emily) The Vision of Las Casas, and other poems. London: Printed for 
Taylor and Hessey, 93, Fleet-Street, and 13 Waterloo-Place, Pall Mall. 1825 
[Printer: London: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-green cloth, grey boards. Paper label on 
spine. [124] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Taylor. NCBEL lists Taylor as children's writer. Not 
	in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Taylor 1.
1375
TAYLOR (Emily) Poetical Illustrations on Passages of Scripture. Wellington, Salop: 
Printed by and for F. Houlston and Son. And sold at their Warehouse, 65 
Paternoster Row, and by Taylor, Waterloo-Place, Pall-Mall, and Hessey, Fleet-
Street, London. 1826 
12mo. in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 78 pp. Bound with: ROGERS. Human Life. 1819 [not catalogued]. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Taylor. NCBEL lists Taylor as children's writer. Not 
	in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, 2. Johnson 894. The Johnson copy. 
	256
	[TAYLOR (Jane), CONDER (Josiah) and CONDER (Joan)] The Associate 
	Minstrels. Second edition. London: Printed for Josiah Conder, Bucklersbury; 
	Gale, Curtis, and Fenner, Paternoster-row; and John Ballantyne and Co., 
	Edinburgh. 1813
		Not in NCBEL entry for Jane Taylor. 
1376
TAYLOR (Jefferys) Old English Sayings newly expounded, in prose and verse. 
London: Published by Wightman and Cramp, 24 Paternoster Row; sold also by 
Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh; M. Ogle, Glasgow; and W. Curry, Jun. and Co., Dublin. 
1827 [Printer: D. Cartwright, Printer, 91 Bartholomew Close, West Smithfield]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, drab boards. Paper 
label on spine. 147 pp. Frontispiece. G4-5 is a cancel and misbound as G5-4. 
Upper hinge cracked. Label rubbed. Head of spine a little frayed. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Taylor. NCBEL only recognises him as a writer of 
	children's books. Jackson, Annals, p. 531. 
1377
TAYLOR (John) Poems and Translations; including the first four books of Ovid's 
Fasti; to which are added the ancient Roman calendar, with solar and siderial 
tables, calculated for the thirteenth year of the Christian era, and giving the 
positions of two hundred and five principal stars then visible at Rome. The 
whole illustrated by historical, astronomical and mythological notes. Liverpool: 
Printed by William Forshaw, Dale Street. 1839
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary full rose calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked 
in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 224 pp. 1/2-title. Two plates. Addenda 
slip tipped-in at end. Author's signed dated presentation copy (1/2-title).
	Johnson 895.
1378
TAYLOR (Nugent) Santa Maura: a fragment. In two cantos. By Nugent Taylor, 
Esq., a minor. London: C. Chapple, Royal Library, 59, Pall Mall. 1833 [Printer: E. 
Lowe, Printer, Playhouse-Yard, Blackfriars]
Octavo in 4s. First ediiton. Original blue linen texture cloth. 48 pp. Frontispiece. 
Additional engraved title-page. Dated ink signature on upper paste-down 
endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1379
TELFER (James) Border Ballads, and other miscellaneous pieces. Jedburgh: 
Printed for the Author, by Walter Easton; and sold by William Blackwood, and 
Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh. 1824
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. 163 pp. Contains the errata. Bookplate on upper paste-
down endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 501. Johnson 897.
1380
TEMPLE (Laura Sophia) Lyric and other poems. London: Printed for Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, and Orme; and W. Sheppard, Bristol. 1808 [Printer: Bristol: Printed at 
the Mirror-Office, by C.A. Hole]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full maroon calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. [146] pp. Contains the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 320. Jackson, Women, Temple 2. Johnson 899.
1381
[TEMPLEMAN (James)] Gilbert; or, the young carrier. An amatory rural poem, in 
four books. Ornamented with plates. London: Printed for H.D. Symonds, 
Paternoster-Row, by L. Harrison, 373 Strand. 1808
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/4-red roan, marbled boards, uncut. Spine 
blocked in gilt. [150] pp.  	 Frontispiece. Folding map. Two plates. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. Errata leaf at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 319. 
1382
[TENNANT (William)] Anster Fair, a poem in six cantos. With other poems. Second 
edition. Edinburgh: Printed by Andrew Balfour, for George Goldie, 34, Prince's 
Street; Henry Colburn, London; and John Cumming, Dublin. 1814
12mo. in 8s. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 255 pp. Joints rubbed and a little chipped.
	NCBEL III,403. First published in 1812. Jackson, Annals, p. 376. 
1383
TENNANT (William) The Thane of Fife; a poem, in six cantos. Edinburgh: Printed 
for Archibald Constable & Co., Edinburgh; William Cockburn, Anstruther; and 
Hurst, Robinson, & Co., London. 1822 [Printer: Printed by Walker and Greig, 
Edinburgh]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, original linen texture cloth boards. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. Two gilt lettering pieces. 264 pp. 1/2-title. 8 
pp. of advertisements at end (December 1821).
NCBEL III,403. Jackson, Annals, p. 487. 
1384
TENNANT (William) Cardinal Beaton; a drama, in five acts. Edinburgh: Printed by 
James Ballantyne and Co. for Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh; and Hurst, 
Robinson and Co., London. 1823
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper covered boards. Paper label on spine. 179 
pp. 
	NCBEL III,403. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1385
[TENNANT (William)] Papistry Storm'd; or, the dingin' down o' the cathedral. Ane 
poem, in sax sangs. [By] M.W.T. Edinbrogh [sic]: Be Oliver and Boyd, Tweedal-
Court. 1827 [Printer: Oliver & Boyd, Printers]
Octavo. First edition. Original pink sand-grain cloth, paper label on spine. 224 pp. 
1/2-title. Spine faded. Label a little chipped.
	NCBEL III,403. Jackson, Annals, p. 531. 
1386
TENNYSON (Charles) Sonnets and Fugitive Pieces. By Charles Tennyson, Trin. Coll. 
Cambridge: Published by B. Bridges, Market Hill. 1830 [Printer: Printed by W. 
Metcalfe, St. Mary's Street]
Octavo. First edition. Original greyish green diaper grain cloth. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 83 pp. 1/2-title. Bookplate of Simon Nowell-Smith on 
upper paste-down endpaper. 
	NCBEL III,554. Jackson, Annals, p. 557. 
1387
THACKWELL (Paul) A Collection of Miscellaneous & Religious Poems. To which is 
added, a series of odes on various subjects, illustrated with original tales. Ross: 
Printed by W. Farror. Sold by Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, London and other 
booksellers. [1820] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-black, drab paper boards. 
Paper label on spine. [130] pp. Contains the errata. Evidence of signature on 
upper free endpaper. Upper free endpaper frayed. Worn. A little scattered 
foxing.
	See Jackson, Annals, p. 452. Jackson calls Thackwell the editor. Johnson 
	900.
1388
THE THEATRICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT. With thirteen cuts. London: Printed 
by and for Joseph Grove, Library, Hemming's Row, St. Martin's Lane. 1819
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. [28] pp. Illustrated. 1 
p. of advertisements at end.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1389
THE THISTLE: being a selection of the best Scottish songs, ancient and modern, 
with notes, critical and explanatory. [In two parts]. Glasgow: Robertson & 
Atkinson; Edinburgh: William Hunter; London: Charles Tait. 1827 [Printer: J. 
Starke, Printer]
12mo. in 6s. Two parts bound in one volume. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-
calf, sand grain cloth. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. 
122;154 pp. Frontispiece in each part. 
	Contains poetry by Burns, Scott and Hogg. 
1390
[THOMAS (William Thomas)]  Poems. By W.T. Moncrieff. Lambeth: Printed (for 
private distribution only,) at the author's private press, Saville House. 1829
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink moirè patterned cloth. Gilt 
lettering piece. 176 pp. Author's signed presentation copy (title-page). Faded.
	NCBEL III,1134. Jackson, Annals, p. 546. 
1391
[THOMAS (William Thomas)]  The March of Intellect, a comic poem. By W. T. 
Moncrieff, Esq. London: William Kidd, 6, Old Bond Street; Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet 
Street. 1830 [Printer: Charles Whittingham, Tooks Court, Chancery Lane, London]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
36 pp. Frontispiece. Illustrated. 
	NCBEL III,1134. Jackson, Annals, p. 553. 
1392
[THOMAS (William Thomas)] Old Booty! A serio-comic sailor's tale. Illustrated 
with six spirited engravings on wood, from designs by Robert Cruikshank. 
London: William Kidd, 6 Old Bond Street. 1830 [Printer: Bradbury and Evans, 
Fleet Street]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original printed paper wrappers, disbound. 36 pp. 
Frontispiece. Two plates. Illustrated. Wrappers a little frayed and marked. 
	NCBEL III,1134. Jackson, Annals, p. 554. 
	425
	[THOMPSON (William Gill)] The Fisher's Garland, for 1831. Newcastle: 
	Printed for Emerson Charnley. 1831 
1393
THOMSON (James)  De Courci, a tale, in two cantos, with other poems; including 
The Commemorative Festival Addresses for several distinguished public 
institutions, written at the requests of their Royal Highnesses the Patrons, 
&c.,&c.,&c. London: Printed for James Asperne, Cornhill, By S. M'Dowall, 95, 
Leadenhall Street. 1817
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards. Unopened. 
Rebacked with new paper label. 246 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 417. 
1394
THOMSON (Thomas) The Immortality of the Soul, and other poems. Glasgow: 
Printed by Young, Gallie & Company; sold by M. Ogle; A. & J.M. Duncan; J. Brash & 
Co.; and W. Turnbull; Ogle, Allardice & Thomson: and Waugh & Innes; Edinburgh; 
and T. Williams & Co., London. 1818 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in brown paper boards. Spine lettered in black. 48 pp. 
Bookpate on upper paste-down endpaper. A little damp-stained. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 433. Johnson 907. The Johnson copy. 
1395
THOMSON (William) Caledonia, or, Clans of Yore; a tragedy, in five acts. Perth: 
Printed by R. Morison, for the author. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in marbled paper wrappers. 82 pp. Foxed and damp-
stained throughout. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 908. The Johnson copy.
1396
THORN (Romaine Joseph) Lodon and Miranda. To which is added the "Poor Boy", 
a tale. Bristol: Printed by Biggs & Cottle, for T.N. Longman and O. Rees, 
Paternoster-Row, London. 1799 [J909]
12mo. in 8s. Rebound in full tree calf. Rebacked, original backstrip laid-down. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. [232] 
pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Contains the errata. 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. Edges rubbed.  
	Jackson, Annals, p. 235. Johnson 909. The Johnson copy. 
1397
THE THRUSH: a choice selection of the most admired popular songs, heroic, 
plaintive, sentimental, humourous, and Bacchanalian. Arranged for the violin, 
flute and voice. By the editor of the "Skylark". London: Published by Thomas 
Tegg, 73, Cheapside; R. Griffin and Co., Glasgow; M. Baudry, Paris; J. Cumming, 
Dublin; and sold by all booksellers. [1830] [Printer: London: Plummer and Brewis, 
Printers, Love Lane, Eastcheap]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Rebound in binder's cloth, original backstrip laid-
down. Paper label on spine, uncut. Original upper wrapper bound in. 327 pp. 
	Musical notation. 
1398
THURLOW (Edward, Lord) An Appendix to Poems on Several Occasions; being a 
continuation of The Sylva. London: Printed by William Bulmer and Co. 
Shakspeare Press, for Messrs. White, Cochrane, and Co., Fleet-Street. 1813
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full marbled calf. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt 
edges. Decorative bands. Gilt patent leather lettering piece. 109 pp. 1/2-title. 
Bound with THURLOW. Poems on Several Occasions. 1813 [not catalogued]. 
	NCBEL III,404. Jackson, Annals, p. 366. 
1399
THURLOW (Edward, Lord) Ariadne: a poem, in three parts. London: Printed by 
William Bulmer and Co., Shakspeare Press, for Messrs. Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-Row. 1814
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 58 pp. 1/2-
title.
	NCBEL III,404. Jackson, Annals, p. 376. 
1400
THURLOW (Edward Hovel, Lord Thurlow) Select Poems. Chiswick: Printed by C. 
Whittingham. 1821
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original pink paper boards.  Rebacked, original 
backstrip laid down. Modern paper label on spine. 92 pp. 1/2-title. Ink signature 
on upper free endpaper. Corners bumped.
	NCBEL III,404. Jackson, Annals, p. 475. 
1401
TINDAL (William)  The Evils and Advantages of Genius contrasted. A poetical 
essay in three cantos. London: Printed for and sold by W.J. and J. Richardson, 
Royal-Exchange. 1803 [Printer: Printed by C. and W. Galabin, Ingram-Court, 
London]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Bound in red linen texture cloth. Spine blocked in gilt. 
53 pp. Ex-George Howell Library copy. Outer leaves grimed. Bound with: 
SULLIVAN. êlègie sur la mort de Lord Palmerston. n.d. [not catalogued] 
and HORNE. Prometheus the Fire Bringer. 1864 [not catalogued]. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 269. 
1402
TO THE MEMORY OF ROBERT PRECIOUS, ESQ. [London: 1810] [Printer: J. Nichols 
and Son, Printers, Red Lion Passage, Fleet Street, London]
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Disbound. [3] pp. Ms. notes at end indicating that the 
poem was written in 1810. Ms. correction to text. 
1403
TODD (James) Poems and Songs. Stirling: Printed, for the author, by J. Fraser. Sold 
by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London; W. Blackwood, Edinburgh; 
and W. Turnbull, Glasgow. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 112 pp. Some browning and staining throughout but 
especially to preliminaries and gathering O. Joints cracked. Covers and spine a 
little worn. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 436. Johnson 912. The Johnson copy.
1404
TODD (James G.) Strila; or, the palace of strife, a poem. In four cantos, with other 
poems and songs. Edinburgh: Printed for Oliver and Boyd. Sold by A. Constable & 
Co., and W. Hunter, Edinburgh; J. Foreman, Stirling; W. Flyer, Falkirk; W. 
M'Intosh, Dunfermline; J. Adam and A. Tod, Dundee; C. Sidey & Son, Perth; Wm. 
Robertson, and A. Brown & Co., Aberdeen; M. Ogle, Reid & Henderson, and 
Chalmers & Collins, Glasgow; J. Turner, D. Weir, and J. Hislop, Greenock; R. Nelson, 
Kilmarnock; M. Dick, Irvine; J. Dick, and M'Cormick & Carnie, Ayr; and A. 
Anderson, Dumfries. 1823 [Printer: Printed by E. Macquistan, Irvine]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-black morocco, blue linen texture cloth 
boards. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. 222 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 498. Johnson 913.
1405
TONGE (Mrs. [Eliza]) Poetical Trifles. Cheltenham: Printed by J.J. Hadley at the 
Journal Office; and sold by O. Watts. n.d. [1832]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. 
Paper label on spine. 110 pp. 1/2-title. Inner margin stained throughout. Slight 
foxing. Backstrip marked and rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 569. Jackson, Women, Tonge 1. 
1406
[TORRE (Nicholas Lee)(trans.)] Translations of the Oxford Latin Prize Poems. First 
Series. London: Printed and published by A.J. Valpy, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street; 
and sold by all booksellers. 1831
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the oirginal red linen texture cloth. Gilt lettering 
piece on spine. [195] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. List of 
subscribers (12 pp.). Spine faded and a trifle frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 565. 
1407
THE TOUR. A poem. London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co.; Coupland and 
Nightingale, Southampton; and Gowing, Swaffham. 1839 [Printer: Swaffham: 
Printed by J.S. Gowing] 
16 mo. in 8s. Full calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in blind and 
gilt. 192 pp. 1/2-title. A little marked. 
	Johnson 915. The Johnson copy. 
1408
TOVEY (Thomas) Things, as They Were, - as they are, and as they ought to be. A 
poem. With an earnest address to the landowners of the United Kingdom. 
Glocester [sic]: Printed by G. F. Harris, Herald Office, and sold by Stewart, 
Piccadilly, Simcoe, Warwick Street, Golden Square, London; The Author, and 
Booksellers in Glocester [sic]; Norton and Fenley, Bristol; Hazard and Barratt, 
Bath; Knott and Lloyd, Birmingham; Tymbs, Worcester; Dyde, Tewkesbury; 
Harward, Cheltenham; Stevens, Cirencester; Goodwyn, Tetbury; and by other 
booksellers. 1803 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original 1/4-dark blue, light blue paper wrappers. 
Rebacked. Paper label on spine. 74 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. 1 plate. List of 
subscribers (8 pp.). Frontispiece and plate water-stained. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 275. Johnson 916. The Johnson copy.
1409
TOWNSEND (George) Poems. By George Townsend, of Trinity College, Cambridge. 
London: Printed by A.J. Valpy, Took's Court, Chancery Lane; for Deighton, 
Cambridge; Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London. 1810
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. [149] pp. List of subscribers (19 pp.). Additional leaf of subscribers' names 
at end. Spine a little chipped. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 343. 
1410
TOWNSEND (George) Armageddon. A poem; in twelve books. The first eight 
books. London: Printed by A.J. Valpy, Tooke's Court, Chancery Lane. Sold by J. 
Hatchard, bookseller to the Queen, 190 Piccadilly. 1815
Quarto. First edition. Bound by R. Jennings in full red morocco, a.e.g. Covers and 
spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Silk endpapers. 
314 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 390. 
1411
[TOWNSEND (Richard E.A.)] Visions of the Western Railways. Dedicated to Sir 
Charles Lemon, Bart. [Printed for private circulation]. London: Samuel Bagster, 
15, Paternoster Row. 1838 [Printer: Stevens and Pardon, Printers, Bell Yard, 
Temple Bar]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper wrappers. 49 pp. 1/2-title. 
Ink signature on title-page. Spine frayed. 
1412
[TOWNSHEND (Chauncey Hare)] The Reigning Vice: a satirical essay. In four 
books. London: Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster 
Row. 1827 [Printer: London: J. Moyes, Took's Court, Chancery Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, paper label on 
spine. [184] pp. 1/2-title. 2 pp. of advertisements at end. 12 pp. of 
advertisements bound in at front (August 1830). A trifle foxed throughout. 
Edges and spine frayed. Pieces of backstrip missing.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 533. 
1413
TRAIN (Joseph) Strains of the Mountain Muse. Edinburgh: Printed for the Author; 
and sold by George Goldie, Prince's Street; and all the booksellers. 1814 [Printer: 
A. Balfour, Printer, Merchant Court]
Octavo. First edition. Later 19th century 1/2-red calf, red pebble grain cloth. 
boards, uncut. Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 228 pp. 1/2-title. 
Ink signature on title-page. Library bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Ex-library copy. Scuffed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 387. 
1414
TRENCH (Richard Chenevix) The Story of Justin Martyr, and other poems. By 
Richard Chenevix Trench, Perpetual Curate of Curdridge Chapel, Hants. Second 
edition. London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street. 1836 [Printer: London: Bradbury 
and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars]
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary 1/2-vellum, marbled boards, t.e.g. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 213 pp.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Trench. First published in 1835.
1415
TRENCH (Richard Chenevix) Sabbation; Honor Neale; and other poems. By Richard 
Chenevix Trench. Perpetual Curate of Curdridge Chapel, Hants. London: Edward 
Moxon, Dover Street. 1838 [Printer: London: Bradbury and Evans, Printers, 
Whitefriars]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full green morocco, a.e.g Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 187 pp. Spine a little rubbed; 
covers a little marked.
	NCBEL III,556. 
1416
[TRENHAILE (John)] Recreations in Rhyme, by a Cornubian. London: Longman, 
Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman; W. Byers, Devonport. 1834 [Printer: 
Devonport: Printed by W. Byers, Fore-Street]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original purple sand grain cloth. Paper label on 
spine. [270] pp. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (6 pp.). Contains the errata. 
Lacks upper free endpaper. Edges rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 583. Johnson 917.
1417
THE TRIBUTE: a collection of miscellaneous unpublished poems, by various 
authors. Edited by Lord Northampton. London: John Murray, Albemarle Street; 
and Henry Lindsell, Wimpole Street. 1837 [Printer: London: C. Roworth and Sons, 
Bell Yard, Temple Bar]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in tan binder's cloth, piece of original backstrip 
laid-down on spine, uncut. 422 pp. List of subscribers (4 pp.). Contains the errata 
leaf. 
	Contains poetry by Barton, Wordsworth, Aubrey DeVere, Landor, Moore, 
	Milman, Tennyson, Southey, W.L. Bowles, Milnes, Baillie, Frere, 
	Montgomery and Strickland.
1418
TRIFLES FROM HARROGATE. [Harrogate:] Printed by E. Hargrove. 1797 
12mo. in 8s. Uncut in the original light blue paper wrappers, stitched as issued. 
32 pp. Wrappers a little frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 919. The Johnson copy. 
1419
TROTTER (Thomas) The Noble Foundling; or, the hermit of the Tweed. A tragedy, 
in five acts. Newcastle: Printed by Edward Walker for Longman, Hurst, Rees, 
Orme, and Brown, London. 1812
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-green, pink paper wrappers. [127] 
pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Spine a little frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 360. 
1420
TROTTER (Thomas) Sea Weeds: poems, written on various occasions, chiefly 
during a naval life. By Thomas Trotter, M.D. Physician of the Fleet, &c. Newcastle: 
Printed by Edward Walker, Pilgrim Street; for Longman and Co., London and D. 
Lizars, Edinburgh. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original 1/4-green cloth, blue paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. Recased. 172 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. Lacks upper free 
endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 548. Johnson 920. The Johnson copy.
1421
THE TRUE POLITICAL HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT: being a parody on "The Political 
House that Jack built". With thirteen cuts. London: Printed and published (for the 
author) by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle-Street. 1820
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Unpaginated. Illustrated.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1422
[TUCK (Elizabeth)] Vallis Vale, and other poems. By the Author of "The Juvenile 
Poetical Moralist". 
London: Sold by Longman, Hurst, and Co., Paternoster Row; J.B. Holdsworth, St. 
Paul's Church Yard; C. Penny, Wood-Street, Cheapside; T. Smith, Bath; and M. and 
S. Tuck, Frome. 1823 Crockers, Printers, Frome.
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked in 1/4-
cloth, endpapers renewed. Paper label on spine. [103] pp. 1/2-title. Vignette on 
title-page. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Dated ink signature on verso of upper 
fly-leaf and on 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 498. Jackson, Women, Tuck 2. Johnson 921.
1423
TULLOCHGORUM, to which is added, the Highland Paid, Hallow Fair. Glasgow: 
Published and sold, wholesale and retail, by R. Hutchison, Bookseller, 19, 
Saltmarket. 1823 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
12mo. in 4s. First edition. As issued. 8 pp. 
1424
TUPPER (Martin Farquhar) Geraldine, a sequel to Coleridge's Christabel: with 
other poems. London: Joseph Rickerby, Sherbourn Lane, King William Street, City. 
1838 [Printer: London: Printed by Joseph Rickerby, Sherbourn Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Rebound in maroon moirè patterned diagonal 
grain cloth, uncut. Gilt lettering piece. [219] pp. 1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements 
at end. 
	NCBEL III,557. 
1425
THE UNION OF THE ROSES, a tale of the fifteenth century. In six cantos, with 
notes. London: Printed for Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, Paternoster-Row. 1821 
[Printer: C. Baldwin, Printer, New Bridge Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original dark drab paper boards, rebacked. 
New paper label on spine. 180 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 476. 
1426
UNIVERSITY BACHELOR (A) Rhymes on Martimony, with other poems. London: 
Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange. 1829 [Printer: London: Printed by G. Cox, St. 
John Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original printed paper boards, rebacked. 
Upper cover printed in red and black. Lower cover printed in black. [76] pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1427
VAN DYK (Harry Stoe) Theatrical Portraits; with other poems. London: Printed 
for John Miller, Fleet Street; Simpkin and Marshall, Stationers Court; and 
Chappell and Son, Cornhill. 1822 [Printer: T.C. Hansard, Printer and Stereotyper, 
Peterborough Court, Fleet Street, London]
12mo. in 8s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-maroon morocco, marbled boards, 
a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. [153] pp. 
1/2-title. Woodcut inserted. Corrigenda leaf at end.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 487. 
1428
[VAUGHAN (Evan)] The Description of a Course; a poem, addressed to the 
patroness of Harlech Hunt. Dolgelley: Printed by T. Williams. 1805 
Octavo in 4s. Marbled paper wrappers. 10 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 269. The Johnson copy. 
1429
THE VICTORY; or, the captain done over. Newcastle: Printed by T. & J. Hodgson, 
Union Street. n.d. 
Single leaf. Bound in grey sand grain cloth. 1 p. 
	Johnson 927. The Johnson copy. 
1430
VINCENT (John) Fowling, a poem, in five books; descriptive of grouse partridge, 
pheasant, woodcock, duck, and snipe shooting. Second edition. Edinburgh: Printed 
by George Ramsay and Company, for Archibald Constable and Company; and 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London. 1812
Octavo. Second edition. Contemporary full mottled calf. Covers blocked in gilt 
with Signet Library's crest. Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Gilt lettering piece. 
162 pp. Ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Ex-Signet Library.
	First published in 1808. Jackson, Annals, p. 358. 
1431
VIRGILIUS ULTONIUS The Civic Wreath, an anniversary poem, in three cantos, 
with notes. Inscribed to the Earl of Belfast, on his coming of age. Belfast: Printed 
by J. Smyth, 34 High Street. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-linen, marbled boards, uncut. Spine blocked in gilt. 
Gilt blocked paper label on spine. 44 pp. 1/2-title. Inner margin of 2-1 repaired 
with some loss of text. Evidence of tape at beginning and end of most gatherings. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 187. The Johnson copy. 
1432
VOCAL MUSEUM, containing twenty-one of the newest songs sung at Vauxhall, 
the theatres and convivial societies. London: Printed and sold by Thomas Evans, 
No. 79 Long Lane, West Smithfield. n.d. [c.1815?]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Disbound. Unopened. 8 pp. 
1433
WADDINGTON (George) Columbus. A poem which obtained the Chancellor's Medal 
at the Cambridge Commencement July 1813. By George Waddington, Scholar of 
Trinity College. Cambridge: 1813 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 17 
pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1434
WALKER (James Scott) The South American, a metrical tale, in four cantos; with 
historical notes, and other poems. Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable & 
Co.; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, & Brown, London; and sold by John Wood, 
Bookseller, Dumfries. 1816 [Printer: Dumfries: Printed by C. Munro & Co.] 
Octavo. Original blue paper boards. Paper label on spine. Recased. 152 pp. 
Contains the errata. Some damp-staining. Spine rubbed. Label chipped.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 930. The Johnson copy.
1435
WALKER (John) Poems, by the late Rev. John Walker, A.B. formerly of Magdalen 
College, Oxford; Gospeller of the Cathedral Church and Minister of St. Peter's per 
Mountergate and St. John's Timberhill, Norwich; Vicar of Stoke Holy Cross, 
Norfolk, and of Bawdsey in Suffolk. Norwich: Printed and sold by Stevenson, 
Matchett and Stevenson; sold also by Scatcherd and Letterman, Cadell and 
Davies, Miller, and Taylor, London; Deighton, Cambridge; and Cooke, Oxford. 1809 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-tree calf, green patterned sand grain cloth. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 135 pp. 1/2-title. List of 
subscribers (8 pp.). Signed dated presentation copy from ?author's wife (1/2-
title). Dated, signed ms. poem by Elizabeth Bentley on verso of 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 332. Johnson 932. The Johnson copy. Jackson notes in 
	Jackson, Women, Bentley that "the Revd John Walker sponsored an edition 
	for her that gained 1,935 subscribers".
1436
WALKER (John) Poems in English, Scotch and Gaelic, on various subjects. By John 
Walker, Farmer, Luss. Glasgow: Printed by Young, Gallie & Co. Sold by M. Ogle, 
A.& J.M. Duncan, Brash & Reid, and W. Turnbull, Glasgow; T. Stewart, Greenock; 
W. Blackwood, Edinburgh; and Ogles, Duncan, & Cochran, London. 1817 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/4-green, drab paper boards, t.e.g. Paper label on 
spine. 146 pp. 1/2-title. Frontispiece. List of subscribers (20 pp.) Bookplate on 
upper paste-down endpaper. Some foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 424. Johnson 931. The Johnson copy.
1437
WALKER (W.S.) Gustavus Vasa, and other poems. London: Printed for Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row. 1813 [Printer: J. G. Barnard, 
Skinner Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [264] pp. List of subscribers (7 
pp.). 
	NCBEL III,1666. Jackson, Annals, p. 368. 
1438
WALLACE (Albany) Robert the Bruce, or, The Battle of Bannockburn. A metrical 
romance, in ten cantos. Worthing: Printed for the author, by William Verrall, Ann 
Street. 1825 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in pink paper boards. Paper label on spine. 223 pp. 
Contains the errata. Upper hinge cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 933. The Johnson copy.
1439
[WALSH (Miss Anne)] Poems. By a Sister. London: Printed for and sold by J. 
Walsh, Law-stationer, Inner Temple-Lane; J. Hatchard, Bookseller to her Majesty, 
190, Piccadilly; E. Williams, Bookseller to the Duke and Duchess of York, 11, 
Strand; and J.M. Richardson, 23, Cornhill, opposite the Royal Exchange, London; 
and by the booksellers and libraries of Bristol and Clifton. 1812 [Printer: Printed 
by Joyce Gold, Shoe Lane, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards. 119 pp. List of 
subscribers (40 pp.). Ms. note to list of subscribers. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 361. Jackson, Women, Walsh 1. 
1440
THE WANDERER; or, pensive musings, in verse. Frome: Tuck, Printer, Church Hill. 
n.d. 
Octavo in 6s. Original glazed cloth boards. Paper label on spine. 66 pp. Label 
chipped.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 934. The Johnson copy. 
1441
[WARBURTON (R.E.E.)] Hunting Songs, Ballads, &c. by R.E.E.W. Esq. with 
illustrations. Chester: Printed for J. Seacome, Bridge-St. Row; and Baldwin and 
Cradcok, Paternoster Row, London. 1834 [Printer: Chester: Printed by T. Griffith, 
Grosvenor-Street] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original red sand grain cloth. Paper label 
on upper cover. 47 pp. 1/2-title. Coloured frontispiece. 12 plates. Ink signature 
on upper fly-leaf. Foxed. Upper hinge cracked. Shaken.
	NCBEL III,519. Jackson, Annals, p. 580. Johnson 935. The Johnson copy.
1442
WARD (Mary) Original Poetry. Bath: Printed by Hazard and Binns. 1807 
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full red calf. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt 
lettering piece. [192] pp. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Ink signature on verso of 
upper free endpaper. Ink inscription on recto of lower free endpaper. 
Rubberstamp on upper fly-leaf and recto of lower free endpaper. A little marked 
and a little damp-affected. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Ward 1. Johnson 936. The Johnson 
	copy. 
1443
WARDELL (James) Lays of Ebor, and other poems. London: Simpkin, Marshall, 
and co.; Baines & Newsome, Leeds; and all booksellers. 1836 [Printer: Edward 
Baines and Son, Printers, Leeds] 
Octavo in 12s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, uncut. Covers blocked in 
blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 154 pp. List of subscribers (2 pp.). 
	Johnson 937. The Johnson copy.
1444
[WARE (---)] Squibs and Crackers, serious, comical, and tender. By Jasper 
Smallshot. London: Sold by J. Harding, 36, St. James's Street. 1812 [Printer: R. 
Watts, Printer, Broxbourne]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream, blue paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. [208] pp. Lower margin damp-stained. Spine and edges a little 
frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 364. Johnson 938.
1445
[WARNER (Richard)] Rebellion in Bath: or, the battle of the Upper-rooms: an 
heroico-odico-tragico-comico poem, in two cantos. By the late Peter Paul Pallet. 
Canto the first: Edited by his nephew, Timothy Goosequill: to which is added, a 
vindication of the Glorious Revolution in 1688 from aspersions cast on it in a 
sermon preached by the Rev. Henry Phillpotts, Vicar of Kilmersden, Somerset, 
before the University of Oxford by Tom Type. London: Printed for G. Wilkie and 
J. Robinson, Paternoster-Row. 1808 [Printer: Printed by T. Davison, Whitefriars]
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in the original paper covered boards. 74 pp. 1 p. of 
advertisements at front (a4v). Engraved vignette on title-page. Shaken.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 324. 
1446
[WARREN (Dawson)(trans.)] The Parish Priest: a poem. [By John Burton]. London: 
Printed by C. Whittingham, Dean Street, Fetter Lane; sold by A. and J. Black, 
Leadenhall Street; Faulder, Bond Street; Robinsons, Paternoster-Row; Fletcher, 
Oxford; Deighton, Cambridge; Crutwell, Bath; and Lister, Church Street, Edmonton. 
1800
Quarto. First edition. Uncut in contemporary 1/4-paper, marbled boards. Paper 
label on spine. [38] pp. Frontispiece. Engraved title-page with vignette. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 244. 
1447
WARTON (John) Poems, Original and Translated. Salisbury: Printed by E. and J. 
Easton, for the author; sold by T. Cadell, Strand, London; J. Fletcher, Oxford; J. 
Merrill, Cambridge; J. Burdon, Winchester; and R. Cruttwell, Bath. 1794 
Octavo. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in gilt. 133 pp. The 
contents leaf misbound - should follow d2 which has the catchword CON-. List of 
subscribers (27 pp.). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 939. The Johnson copy.
1448
WARWICK CASTLE, A POEM. Embellished with engravings, from drawings by J. 
Roe, Warwick. Stratford-upon-Avon: Printed by J. Ward, sold by him; Longman & 
Co., London; & most other booksellers. 1812 
Quarto. Uncut in the original printed paper wrappers. 47 pp. 1/2-title. 
Frontispiece. Two plates. Ink signature on upper free endpaper. Frayed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 365. Johnson 940. The Johnson copy.
1449
WASSELL (Miss) The Rivals; or, the general investigation. Fourth edition, with 
additions. Cheltenham: Printed for the author, by Turner and Hadley, and to be 
had at No. 11 Upper King Street, Red Lion Square, London; sold also by 
Sherwood, Neely and Jones, Paternoster Row; C. Chapple, Pall Mall; and all other 
booksellers. 1822 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in marbled paper wrappers. 60 pp. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Not in Jackson, Women. Johnson 941. The Johnson 
	copy.  
1450
WATKINS (Charles Fred.) Sacred Poems. Containing poetical illustrations of 
Scripture, The Pampeiro or tempest of La Plata. The human hand. The hand 
divine. London: Sold by C. and J. Rivington, Walerloo [sic] Place, and St. Paul's 
Church-Yard, London; and by Brodie and Dowding, Salisbury. 1829 [Printer: 
Salisbury: Printed by J. A. Gilmour, High Street]
Octavo. Full tan calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 103 pp. List of subscribers (6 pp.). Lacks 1/2-title. Bound with: WATKINS. 
Sacred Poems. 1829 [item 1451]. 
Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 943. The Johnson copy.
1451
WATKINS (Chas. Fred.) The Infant's Death, a sacred poem. Salisbury: Printed by 
Brodie and Dowding; And sold by C. and J. Rivington, Waterloo Place, and St. 
Paul's Church Yard, London. 1829
Octavo. Full tan calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in 
gilt. 28 pp. Bound with: WATKINS. Sacred Poems. 1829 [item 1450].
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 942. The Johnson copy.
1452
WATKINS [(H.)] and WATKINS ([J.P]) Poems, on a Variety of Subjects; by the Miss 
Watkins',[sic] of Stoke-Lane, Somersetshire. Bath: Printed by Meyler and Son, 
Abbey Church-Yard, and sold by G. Robinson, 25, Paternoster Row, London. 1812 
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in red morocco grain binder's cloth. Spine blocked 
in blind and gilt. 136 pp. List of subscribers (8 pp.). Errata slip tipped-in at end. 
Reinforced hinges. Ex-library copy. Probably lacks 1/2-title or a final leaf: blank 
or advertisements.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 361. Jackson, Women, Watkins 1. Johnson 944. The 
	Johnson copy.
1453
WATTS (Alaric A.) Poetical Sketches. With other poems. Fourth edition. 
Illustrated with engravings from designs by T. Stothard, R.A. and W. Nesfield. 
London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., 65, St. Paul's Churchyard. 1828 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Octavo. Fourth edition. Original bluish grey pebble grain cloth, uncut. Paper label 
on spine. 188 pp. 1/2-title. Additional engraved title-page. Two plates. Author's 
presentation copy (upper free endpaper). 
	NCBEL III,405. First published in 1822. Jackson, Annals, p. 540. 
	189
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Cabinet of Modern Art, and Literary Souvenir. 
	Second series. London: Published for the Proprietor, by Whittaker & Co., 
	Ave-Maria-Lane. 1836
	190
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Cabinet of Modern Art, and Literary Souvenir. 
	Third series. London: Whittaker & Co., Ave-Maria-Lane. 1837 
	795
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir; or, cabinet of poetry and 
	romance. London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson and Co., 90, Cheapside, and 8, 
	Pall-Mall. And A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1825 
		See NCBEL III,405. 
	796
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir; or, cabinet of poetry and 
	romance. London: Printed for Hurst, Robinson, and Co., 5, Waterloo-Place, 
	Pall-Mall; and A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh. 1826 
		See NCBEL III,405. 
	797
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir; or cabinet of poetry and 
	romance. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green; and John 
	Andrews. 1827 
		See NCBEL III,405. 
	798
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir; or cabinet of poetry and 
	romance. London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown & Green. 1828 
		See NCBEL III,405.
	799
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. 
	London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green. 1829 
		See NCBEL III,405.
	800
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir. London: Longman, Rees, 
	Orme, Brown & Green. 1830 
		See NCBEL III,405.
	801
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir. London: Longman, Rees, 
	Orme, Brown & Green. 1831
		See NCBEL III,405.
	802
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir. London: Longman, Rees, 
	Orme, Brown, & Green. 1832 
		See NCBEL III,405. 
	803
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir. London: Longman, Rees, 
	Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman. 1833 
		See NCBEL III,405. 
	804
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. 
	London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, & Longman. 1834 
		See NCBEL III,405. 
	805
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Literary Souvenir, and Cabinet of Modern Art. 
	New Series. London: Published for the Proprietor, by Whittaker and Co., 
	Ave-maria Lane. 1835
		See NCBEL III,405.
	1103
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.)The Poetical Album; and register of modern fugitive 
	poetry. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Hurst, Chance, and Co., St. Paul's 
	Church-yard. 1828 
		NCBEL III,405.
	1104
	WATTS (Alaric A.)(Ed.) The Poetical Album; and register of modern 
	fugitive poetry. Second series. Edited by Alaric A. Watts. London: Hurst, 
	Chance, and Co. 1829 
		NCBEL III,405. 
	1023
	WATTS (Mrs. Alaric) [MADEN (Zillah)](Ed.) The New Year's Gift; and 
	Juvenile Souvenir. [Second edition]. Edited by Mrs. Alaric Watts. London: 
	Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. 1829 
1454
WATTS (Susanna) The Insects in Council, addressed to entomologists, with other 
poems. London: J. Harchard and Son, Piccadilly; and A. Cockshaw, Leicester. 1828 
[Printer: Printed by A. Cockshaw, Leicester] 
Octavo in 6s. Original printed paper boards, rebacked. Spine blocked in blind. 72 
pp. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 538. Jackson, Women, Watts 4(a). Johnson 948. The 
	Johnson copy.
1455
[WAWN (Charles Newby)] Poetic Sketches. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed for the 
author by J. Clark, Newgate Street. 1825 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in full morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Blind inside dentelles. 30 pp. Bound with: 
[WAWN]. The Travellers in the Desart. 1831 [item 1456]; [WAWN]. Thomas Curry 
the Pious Keelman. 1822 [not catalogued]; and [WAWN]. Considerations on 
Certain Remarks on the Negro Slavery and Abolition Questions in Lord Stowell's 
Judgment in the Case of the Slave "Grace". 1827 [not catalogued]. Author's signed 
presentation copy (upper free endpaper). Spine a little chipped. Ex-library copy.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 516. Johnson 950. The Johnson copy.
1456
[WAWN (Charles Newby)] The Travellers in the Desart [sic]. Newcastle: Printed 
by Joseph Clark, 11 Newgate Street. 1831 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in full morocco, a.e.g. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. 
Spine blocked in gilt. Blind edges. Blind inside dentelles. 16 pp. Bound with: 
[WAWN]. Thomas Curry the Pious Keelman. 1822 [not catalogued]; [WAWN]. 
Poetic Sketches. 1825 [item 1455]; and [WAWN]. Considerations on Certain 
Remarks on the Negro Slavery and Abolition Questions in Lord Stowell's 
Judgment in the Case of the Slave "Grace". 1827 [not catalogued]. Author's signed 
presentation copy (upper free endpaper). Spine a little chipped. Ex-library copy.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 949. The Johnson copy.
1457
[WAY (Lewis)] Poems. Stansted: Imprinted at the Private Press. 1822 
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 
Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. Unpaginated. Additional poem tipped-in 
on recto of lower free endpaper. Spine rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1458
WEBB (John) Haverhill, a descriptive poem, and other poems. London: Printed for 
the Author, and sold by J. Nunn, Great Queen Street, Lincoln's-Inn Fields. 1810 
[Printer: J. Byworth, Printer, Lombard Street, Fleet Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Cover and 
spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 119 pp. List of subscribers (17 pp.). Ink 
signature on upper paste-down endpaper. A little rubbed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 338. 
1459
WEBBER (T.) Stockton. An historical poem. Stockton: Printed by Christopher and 
Jennett. 1815 12mo. in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 12 pp. Covers and spine a little rubbed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 953. The Johnson copy.
1460
WEBBER (Thomas) The Shipwreck of the Aurora. A poem. Second edition. 
Stockton: Printed by Christopher and Jennett. 1819 
Octavo in 6s. Second edition. As issued. 12 pp. Frontispiece. Tailpiece. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 952.
1461
WEBSTER (Ann) Solitary Musings. London: Published for the Author by J. 
Kershaw, 14 City-Road, and 66 Paternoster-Row. 1825 [Printer: Printed by T. 
Cordeux, 14 City Road, London]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-red roan, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 75 pp. Title-page scuffed. A little worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Webster 1.
1462
WEBSTER (David) Original Scottish Rhymes; with humourous and satirical songs. 
Paisley: Caldwell and Son, 2, New Street. 1835 [Printer: No printer's imprint] 
12mo. in 8s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. Spine 
blocked in blind and gilt. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 220 pp. Some 
foxing and staining to text.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 589. Johnson 954. The Johnson copy.
1463
WELSH (William) Poems, Songs, Anecdotes, &c. By William Welsh, a Peebleshire 
Cottar. Edinburgh: Printed for the Author, sold by John Anderson Jun. 55, North 
Bridge; and Hugh Watt, 44, Leith Street. 1838
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Uncut in the original moirè patterned diagonal 
grain cloth. 104 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Ink signature 
on lower paste-down endpaper. Pencilled in scriptions on upper endpapers. 
Hinges cracked. Scattered foxing.
	1107
	WENTWORTH (George)(Ed.) The Poetical Note-book; and epigrammatic 
	museum. Containing more than one thousand choice epigrams, fanciful 
	inscriptions, and poetical morceaux. Selected by George Wentworth. 
	London: Printed for A. Robertson & Co., Bride Court, Bridge Street, 
	Blackfriars. 1824
1464
WEST (Mrs.) Miscellaneous Poems, and a tragedy. York: Printed by W. 
Blanchards; and sold by R. Faulder, London; T. Burnham, Northampton; W. 
Harrod, Harborough; and N. Collis, Kettering. 1791 
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-calf, marbled boards. Spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [224] pp. List of subscribers (5 pp.). 1 p. of 
advertisements at end. Dated ink signature on title-page. Lacks 1/2-title. Bound 
with: RICHARDSON. The Fugitive: a comedy....1792 [not catalogued]. Some foxing.
	NCBEL III,772. Jackson, Annals, p. 167. Jackson, Women, West 3. Johnson 
	956. The Johnson copy.
1465
WESTALL (Richard) A Day in Spring, and other poems. London: Printed for John 
Murray, Fleet-Street; and A. Constable and Co. Edinburgh; At the Union Printing 
Office, St. John's Square, W. Wilson. 1808
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-blue, drab paper boards. Paper 
label on spine. 234 pp. Frontispiece. Three plates. Foxed. Spine a little chipped.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 317. 
1466
[WESTBURY (Eliza)] Hymns: by a Northamptonshire Village Female. To which is 
added a short account of her life. Northampton: Printed by F. Cordeux, 
Bradshaw- Street. For T. Wheeler, and T. & J. Taylor, Gold-Street. 1828 
18mo. in 6s. Rebound in 1/4-calf, original grey boards. Spine blocked in blind 
and gilt. Unpaginated. Dated ink signatures on upper free and paste-down 
endpapers. Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. Ownership label on upper 
free endpaper. 
	Not in Jackson, Women. Johnson 957. The Johnson copy. Johnson notes that 
	this item is not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson did not include hymnals in his 
	Annals. 
1467
WHALLEY (T.S.) The Castle of Montval, a tragedy, in five acts, as it is now 
performing with universal appaluse at the Theatre Royal, Drury-lane. Third 
edition. Dublin: Printed for G. Folingsby, 59 Dame-Street. 1799 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Octavo in 6s. Third edition. Rebound in blue paper wrappers. Hand-lettered on 
upper cover. 60 pp. Dated ink signature on title-page.
	First published in 1799. Jackson, Annals, p. 233. 
1468
WHARTON (R.) Roncesvalles: a poem, in twelve books. London: Printed for J. 
Hatchard, Bookseller to Her Majesty, 190, opposite Albany, Piccadilly. 1812 
[Printer: J. Brettell, Printer, Marshall-Street, Golden Square, London]
Quarto. First edition. Contemporary full mottled calf, rebacked. Covers blocked in 
gilt. Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. 336 pp. 
Frontispiece. Corners a trifle frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 363. 
1469
WHEELWRIGHT (C.A.) Poems, original and translated; including versions of the 
Medea and Octavia of Seneca. London: Printed by A.J. Valpy, Took's Court, 
Chancery Lane; sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Browne, Paternoster 
Row; and J. Deighton, Cambridge. 1810
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in maroon moirè patterned diagonal grain 
cloth, uncut. Spine blocked in gilt. 303 pp. List of subscribers (16 pp.). Contains 
the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p.343. 
1470
WHITCHURCH (Samuel) David Dreadnought; or, nautic tales and adventures, in 
verse. In four parts. Bath: Printed by Wood and Co. at the City Printing-Office; 
and sold by Williams, Stationers'-Court, and Darton and Harvey, Gracechurch-
Street, London; and may be had of all Booksellers. 1813
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in blue cloth boards, uncut. 224 pp. Frontispiece. The text 
goes from p. 24 to [v] followed by vi on the verso and then [31]. From examining 
the rest of the text it would appear that missing are a fly-half-title with Part II 
on it and a fly-title with David Dreadnaught...by Samuel Whitchurch on it. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 367. Johnson 959.The Johnson copy.
1471
WHITCHURCH (Samuel) The Sunday School; a poem. London: Published by W. 
Kent, 116 High Holborn, and sold by T.D. Clark, and M'Dowell, Bristol; and A. 
Johnstone, West Bow, Edinburgh. 1816 [Printer: Paris & Cowell, Printers, 7 Took's 
Court, Chancery Lane, London]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. [80] 
pp. Ink signatures on title-page. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 413.
1472
WHITE (Henry Kirke) Clifton Grove, a sketch in verse, with other poems. London: 
Printed by N. Biggs, Crane-Court, Fleet-Street, for Vernor and Hood, Poultry, and 
sold by E.B. Robinson, J. Dunn, and the other booksellers in Nottingham. 1803
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards, rebacked. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. [112] pp. 
	NCBEL III,407. Jackson, Annals, p. 269.
1473
WHITE (Henry Kirke) The Prose [and Poetical] Remains of Henry Kirke White of 
Nottingham, late of St. John's College, Cambrdige. Containing his letters, essays, 
and some account of his life. [In two volumes]. London: Printed for A. Roberston 
and Co., Bride Court, Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 1824 [Printer: N. Bliss, 
Whitefriars, London]
Octavo in 12s. Two volumes. First edition. Contemporary full diced brown calf. 
Covers blocked in gilt. Spines blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside 
dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Two gilt lettering pieces on each spine. 278;240 pp. 
Frontispiece in volume 1. One lettering piece chipped.
	NCBEL III,406. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1474
WHITE (John Nesbitt) Poems. Doncaster: Printed by W. Sheardown, High-Street. 
1806
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Contemporary full purple calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering 
piece. [110] pp. Dated ink signature on title-page. Lettering piece rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 300. Johnson 961.
1475
WHITE (Robert) The Tynemouth Nun, a poem. Newcastle upon Tyne: Printed by 
T. and J. Hodgson, Union Street, and sold by E. Charnley, Bigg Market. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original drab stiff paper wrappers, disbound. 35 pp. 
1/2-title with vignette. Vignette on title-page.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 962. The Johnson copy.
1476
WHITEHEAD (William) A Poem on the Battle of Waterloo. London: Printed by 
Thomas Davison, Waitefriars [sic]. 1820.  
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in the original pink paper boards. [112] pp. 1/2-
title. List of subscribers (5 pp.). Worn. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals.
1477
WHO KILLED COCK ROBIN? A satirical tragedy, or hieroglyphic prophecy of the 
Manchester blot!!! Third edition. London: Printed and published by John Cahuac, 
53, Blackman Street, Southwark. 1819
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 23 pp. Illustrated. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1478
[WHUR (Cornelius)] Village Musings on Moral and Religious Subjects. By a 
Villager. Norwich: Jarrold and Sons, 3, London-Street. 1837 [Printer: Jarrold and 
Sons, Printers, 3, London-Street, Norwich] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label on spine. Evidence of 
label on upper cover. 203 pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (15 pp.). Some foxing. 
Spine frayed. Label chipped. 
	Johnson 963. The Johnson copy. 
1479
WIFE OF AN OFFICER Poems founded on the Events of the War in the Peninsula. 
By the Wife of an Officer. 1819 [Printer: W. Tiffen, Printer, Hythe] 
Octavo in 4s. First edition Rebound in brown paper boards, uncut. 136 pp. 1/2-
title. Errata slip tipped-in at end. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 447. Jackson, Women, The Wife of an Officer, 1. Johnson 
	691. The Johnson copy. Johnson lists this under [Patrick (Mrs. F.C.)] The 
	library of the University of California at Davis lists this under The Wife of 
	an Officer. The Indiana University on-line catalogue does not recognise 
	Patrick, Mrs. F.C. as an author in its catalogue. 
1480
WIGHT (William) Cottage Poems. Edinburgh: Printed by James Ballantyne and Co. 
for the Author. 1820
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards, rebacked in 
1/4-cloth. Paper label on spine. 119 pp.  1/2-title. List of subscribers (24 pp.). 
Ink signature on upper free endpaper.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 452. 
1481
WILDE (Joseph) The Hospital, a poem, in three books, written in the Devon & 
Exeter Hospital, 1809. By Joseph Wilde, comedian. Norwich: Printed (and sold) by 
Stevenson, Matchett, and Stevenson, for the author; and to be had of him at Mr. 
Bastin's Theatre-Court, Plymouth-Dock; or Scatcherd and Letterman, Ave-Maria-
Lane, London; at Mr. Sandford's Circulating Library, and of Mr. Trueman, Exeter. 
[1810]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary full tan calf, rebacked. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 68 pp. List of subscribers (16 pp.). Damp 
wrinkled with a little staining to upper margin.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 338. Johnson 965.
1482
WILDMAN (Abraham) Miscellaneous Poems. London: Sold by Simpkin and 
Marshall, Stationers' Hall Court, Ludgate Street, and all other booksellers. 1829 
[Printer: C. Crabtree, Printer, Keighley]
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 132 pp. Author's 
dated presentation copy to his son (upper free endpaper). 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 966. The Johnson copy.
1483
WILLIAMS (Edward) Vox Populi Vox Dei! or, Edwards for Ever! A new song, 
occasioned by the successful efforts of the independent yeomanry of Glamorgan 
against the united forces of all the aristocratic influences of the county, in the 
election of John Edwards, Esq. to represent them in Parliament. Swansea: Printed 
for the author, and sold by J. Harris, High-Street. 1818 [Printer: J. Harris, Printer, 
Swansea] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in marbled paper wrappers, uncut. 12 pp. Dated ink 
inscription on verso of title-page. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 967. The Johnson copy.
1484
[WILLIAMS (Isaac)] Thoughts in Past Years. By the author of the Cathedral. 
Oxford: John Henry Parker; J.G. and F. Rivington, London. 1838 [Printer: Baxter, 
Printer, Oxford]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original bluish grey diaper grain cloth, paper 
label on spine. 388 pp. Dated ink inscription on upper free endpaper. Spine a 
trifle frayed. A little grimed. Some leaves creased.
	NCBEL III,561.
1485
[WILLIAMS (John)] Shrove Tuesday, a satiric rhapsody. First printed in MDCCXC. 
[1794] [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Octavo. First separate edition. 19th century 1/4-green morocco, marbled boards. 
Covers and spine blocked in gilt. 36 pp. Ex-library copy. 
	NCBEL II,694. See Jackson, Annals, p. 194. Jackson says that the item is 
	dated 1791[1794] and that the author's pseudonym Anthony Pasquin 
	appears on the title-page. 
1486
WILLIAMS (Taliesen) Cardiff Castle; a poem. With explanatory remarks and 
historical extracts. Merthyr-Tydfil: Printed and sold, for the Author, by J. Howell, 
High-Street. 1827
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
40 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 527. 
1487
WILLIAMS (Taliesen) The Doom of Colyn Dolphyn. A poem; with notes 
illustrative of various traditions of Glamorganshire. London: Longman, Rees, 
Orme, and Co.; White, Merthyr; Bird, Cardiff; Williams, Swansea; and other 
booksellers. 1837 [Printer: Sandford Fox, Printer, Merthyr Tydfil]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Uncut in marbled paper wrappers. 160 pp.
1488
WILLIS (Jeremiah) Beauties of Wensleydale, pleasures of sensibility, &c. 
Richmond: Printed by Matthew Bell, Finkle-Street. 1838 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original purple ribbed grain cloth. Paper label on 
upper cover. [96] pp. Covers and spine faded. Hinges cracked. 
	Johnson 971. The Johnson copy. 
1489
WILLIS (Matthew) The Mountain Minstrel; or, effusions of retirement. Poems. 
York: Printed for the author, and sold by William Alexander & Co., Castlegate, 
and Hamilton, Adams & Co., London. 1834 [Printer: W. Alexander & Co., Printers, 
York] 
12mo. in 6s. Rebound in 1/2-red morocco, bead grain cloth, a.e.g. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. Raised bands. [196] pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 581. Johnson 972. The Johnson copy.
1490
WILLOUGHBY (R.) The Plaintive Muse, or poems sacred to religion. Derby: 
Printed by G. Wilkins, Queen Street. 1820 
Octavo in 4s. Original grey paper boards, rebacked. [75] pp. List of subscribers (5 
pp.). Lacks 1/2-title. Covers marked and rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 460. Johnson 973. The Johnson copy.
1491
WILMOT (Mrs. [Barbarina]) Ina, a tragedy; in five acts. Second edition. London: 
Printed for John Murray, Albemarle Street. 1815 [Printer; Printed by J.F. Dove, 
St. John's Square, London]
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Rebound in drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 
[71] pp. 1/2-title. Contains an epilogue by Thomas Moore. 
	NCBEL III,370. First published in 1815. Jackson, Annals, p. 394. Jackson, 
	Women, Wilmot 1(b).
1492
WILSON (Alexander) Poems. Paisley: Printed by J. Neilson, for the author. 1790 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 300 pp. 
Frontispiece. Tear to F4. Gathering H is in 3 but pagination is correct. Some 
foxing. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 159. Johnson 974. The Johnson copy.
1493
WILSON (Alexander) Poems. With an account of his life and writings. Paisley: 
Printed for H. Crichton, and T. Auld, Booksellers. J. Neilson, printer. 1816 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Raised bands. Gilt lettering piece. 256 pp. 
Contains the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p.409. Johnson 975. The Johnson copy.
Together with:
WILSON (Alexander) Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. With an account of his 
life and writings. London: Published and sold by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and 
Brown; Gale and Fenner; A. Constable and Co., Edinburgh; J. Smith and Son, 
Glasgow; T. Stewart, Greenock; H. Crighton and T. Auld, Paisley. 1816 [Printer: 
Paisley: Printed by J. Neilson] 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in 1/2-tan calf, marbled boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in blind and gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 256 pp. Contains the errata.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 410. Johnson 976. The Johnson copy. 
1494
WILSON (George) Cyril, a poem in four cantos, and minor poems. Leeds: John 
Cross, 2, Commercial Street; and other booksellers. 1834 [Printer: William 
Illingworth, Printer, Briggate, Leeds] 
Octavo in 4s. Uncut in the original red sand grain cloth. Evidence of label on 
spine. 112 pp. Bookplate on upper free endpaper. Spine and edges rubbed and 
frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 977. The Johnson copy.
1495
[WILSON (Isaac)] The Infidel and Christian Philosophers: or, the last hours of 
Voltaire and Addison contrasted. A poem. By the Editor of the Hull Advertiser. 
Kingston-upon-Hull: Printed for the author by W. Rawson, Lowgate; sold by 
Rawson & Radford, Hull; J. Todd, York; Edwards & Son, Halifax; j. Wright, 
Liverpool; and Vernor & Hood, London. 1802 
Quarto. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 18 pp. 1/2-title. 
Vignette on title-page. Ink signature on 1/2-title. Foxed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 262. Johnson 979. the Johnson copy.
1496
[WILSON (John)] Lines Sacred to the Memory of the Reverend James Grahame, 
author of the "Sabbath," &c. Glasgow: Printed for John Smith and Son, Glasgow; A. 
Constable and Co., Manners and Miller, W. Blackwood, and J. Ballantyne and Co., 
Edinburgh; and Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Browne, London. 1811 [Printer: 
W. Lang, Printer, Glasgow]  
Quarto. Rebound in grey paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 19 pp. Tear 
to B3.
	NCBEL III,1308. Jackson, Annals, p. 350. Johnson 980. The Johnson copy. 
1497
WILSON (John)  The Isle of Palms, and other poems. Edinburgh: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, London; John Ballantyne and Company, 
Edinburgh; and John Smith and Son, Glasgow. 1812 [Printer: Edinburgh: Printed 
by James Ballantyne & Co.] 
Octavo. First edition. 19th century 1/2-green morocco, green diagonal grain cloth 
boards, t.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in gilt. Raised gilt bands. 415 pp. 1/2-
title. 10 pp. of adverts at end (February 20th, 1812). 
	NCBEL III,1308. Jackson, Annals, p. 359. 
1498
WILSON (John)(Ed.) Sacra Poetica: containing sacred melodies, hymns and poems. 
Intended to display the beauties of sacred poetry. London: Sold by J. Hatchard 
and Son, F. Westley, J. Nisbet, Ogle, Duncan, and Co., and T. Hamilton; Beilby and 
Knotts, Birmingham; W. Oliphant, and Waugh and Innes, Edinburgh; M. Ogle, 
Chalmers & Collins, and G. Gallie, Glasgow. 1823 [Printer: Bentham, Printer]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-black morocco, boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. 228 pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 496. Contains poetry by Montgomery, Scott, Heber and 
	Hogg. 
1499
WILSON (John Mackay) The Enthusiast, a metrical tale, with other pieces, and a 
preliminary chapter on poetry. Edinburgh: Published by William Tait, 78 Prince's 
Street. 1834 [Printer: C. Richardson, Berwick] 
12mo. in 8s. Rebound in 1/2-calf, marbled boards. 166 pp. 1/2-title. Piece torn 
from I4, loss of page number on recto and verso. Foxed and marked. Covers and 
spine rubbed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 579. Johnson 981. The Johnson copy.
1500
WILSON (Robert)  Poems, chiefly in the Scottish Dialect. Edinburgh: Printed for 
the author; and sold by A. Constable and Co., High Street, and F. Pillans, 13, 
Hanover Street. 1822 [Printer: John Pillans, Printer, Edinburgh]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 192 pp. 1/2-title. Lacks lower free endpaper. Spine and edges rubbed and 
slightly frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 484. 
1501
WILTON (Pleydell) Geology and other poems. London: Printed for J. Hatchard, 
Piccadilly. 1818 [Printer: W. Mason, East-Street, Chichester]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in full tan calf, a.e.g. Covers and spine blocked in blind and 
gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 95 pp. Author's 
presentation copy (upper fly-leaf).
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 982. The Johnson copy.
1502
[WILTON (C.P.N.)] A Lament for England's Queen. London: Printed for J. Hatchard, 
Piccadilly. 1818 [Printer: Mason, Printer, Chichester] 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in brown paper boards. Paper label on spine. 7 pp. 
	Johnson 983. The Johnson copy. Johnson claims "Not in Jackson" but 
	Jackson specifically excludes items of fewer than 8 pp.
1503
WILTON (Robert Pleydell) Answer to Montgomery's Celebrated Poem of the 
Grave. London: Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria Lane; Manchester: Bancks and Co.; 
Selby: W.R. Galpine. 1838 [Printer: W.R. Galpine, Printer, Selby] 
12mo. in 4s. Original 1/4-cloth, printed paper boards. 15 pp. 1/2-title. Shaken. 
Marked. Covers and spine worn.
	Johnson 984. The Johnson copy.
1504
[WING (John)] Waterloo, a poetical epistle to Mr. Serjeant Frere, Master of 
Downing College, and Vice Chancellor of Cambridge in 1820. London: Printed for 
Robert Stodart, 81, Strand. 1820 [Printer: G. Taylor, Printer, 5 Lamb's Conduit 
Passage, London]
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Stitched as issued. 28 pp. First and last leaves, and 
some others, grimed. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 466. 
1505
WINTER (Richard) The Harp of St. Hilda, a poem. Second edition. Whitby: Printed 
and sold by R. Horne, Bridge Street; sold also by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, 
and Green, Paternoster-Row, London; H. Bellerby, Stonegate, York; Isaac Wilson, 
49 Lowgate, Hull; and all other booksellers. 1827 
Octavo in 4s. Second edition. Original printed paper wrappers, disbound. 35 pp.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 986. The Johnson copy.
1506
A WINTER EVENING'S REVERIE, in the Church Yard in Tor Mohun, Devon. By the 
author of "Visions of Solitude," a poem, &c. Torquay: Printed and published by E. 
Cockrem. [1835]
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 22 pp. 1/2-
title. Frontispiece. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 985. The Johnson copy. 
1507
THE WINTER'S WREATH, a collection of original contributions in prose and verse. 
London: Published by Geo. B. Whittaker, J. Hatchard and Son; and George Smith, 
Liverpool. 1828 [Printer: Printed by George Smith, Liverpool]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, ribbed morocco grain cloth. 
Covers blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt with gilt lettering piece. 400 pp. 
Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. Seven plates. 
	Faxon 1793. Contains poetry by Wordsworth, Mrs. Hemans and William 
	Roscoe.
1508
THE WINTER'S WREATH for MDCCCXXXI. London: Published by Whittaker, 
Treacher & Co. and George Smith, Liverpool. [1830] [Printer: Printed by George 
Smith, Liverpool]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original full purple morocco, a.e.g. Covers and spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. 372 pp. 
Presentation leaf. Frontispiece. Eleven plates. 12 pp. of advertisements at end. 
Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
	See Faxon 1796. Faxon's copy does not have the Liverpool imprint. 
	Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans. 
1509
THE WINTER'S WREATH for MDCCCXXXII. London: Whittaker, Treacher, and 
Arnot, and George Smith, Liverpool. [1831] [Printer: Printed by George Smith, 
Liverpool]
Octavo in 6s. First edition. Original green crushed calf, a.e.g. Covers blocked in 
blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Raised gilt 
bands. 372 pp. Presentation leaf (with ink inscription). Frontispiece. Ten plates.  
	See Faxon 1797. Faxon's copy does not include Liverpool imprint. Contains 
	poetry by Mrs. Hemans and Hartley Coleridge.
1510
[WOLCOT (John)] Expostulatory Odes to a Great Duke and a Little Lord. By Peter 
Pindar. A new edition. London: Printed for G. Kearsley, at Johnson's Head, No. 46, 
Fleet Street. 1789 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Quarto in 2s. New edition. Rebound in boards. Spine blocked in black. 56 pp.
	NCBEL II,695. First published in 1789. Jackson, Annals, p. 148. 
1511
[WOLCOT (John)] Subjects for Painters. By Peter Pindar. A new edition. London: 
Printed for G. Goulding, No. 6, James-Street, Covent Garden; and J. Walker, No. 44, 
Paternoster-Row. 1793 [Printer: No printer's imprint]
Quarto in 2s. New edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
104 pp.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Wolcot. First published 1789. Jackson, Annals, p. 
	187. 
1512
[WOLCOT (John)] Advice to the Future Laureate: an ode. By Peter Pindar. London: 
Printed for G. Kearsley, at Johnson's-head, No. 46 Fleet-street. 1790 [Printer: No 
printer's imprint]
Quarto in 2s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. 18 pp. 
	NCBEL II,696. Jackson, Annals, p. 155. 
1513
[WOLCOT (John)] A Commiserating Epistle to James Lowther, Earl of Lonsdale and 
Lowther, Lord Lieut. and Cust. Rot. of the Counties of Cumberland and 
Westmorland. By Peter Pindar, Esq. A new edition. Dublin: Printed for G. Burnet, 
P. Byrne, W. M'Kenzie, W. Porter, J. Moore, J. Jones, A. Grueber, W. Jones, J. 
Milliken, G. Draper, R. White, M. O'Leary, R. M'Allister. 1792 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Octavo in 4s. New edition. Rebound in drab paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 
19 pp. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Wolcot. First published in 1791. Not in Jackson, 
	Annals.
1514
[WOLCOT (John)] Odes to Mr. Paine, author of "The Rights of Man;" on the 
intended celebration of the Downfall of the French Empire, by a set of British 
democrates, on the fourteenth of July. By Peter Pindar, Esq. Dublin: Printed by 
William Porter, for G. Burnet, P. Wogan, P. Byrne, J. Moore, J. Jones, W. Jones. A. 
Grueber, R. White, J. Rice and M. O'Leary. 1791
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 8 pp. 
	NCBEL II,696. Jackson, Annals, p. 168. 
1515
[WOLCOT (John)] The Remonstrance. To which is added, an ode to my ass: also, 
the magpie and robin, a tale; an apology for kings; and an address to my 
pamphlet. By Peter Pindar, Esq. Dublin: Printed by William Porter, for G. Burnett, 
P. Byrne, w. M'Kenzie, J. Moore, J. Jones, A. Grueber, W. Jones, G. Draper, R. White, 
M. O'Leary, and R. McAllister. 1791
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 33 pp.
	Not in NCBEL entry for Wolcot. First published in 1791. NCBEL cites a 
	Dublin? 1791? edition but does not mention one with Dublin 1791 on the 
	title-page. Not in Jackson, Annals. Like the NCBEL, Jackson cites a Dublin? 
	1791? edition.
1516
[WOLCOT (John)] The Rights of Kings; or, loyal odes to disloyal academicians. By 
Peter Pindar, Esq. Dublin: Printed by William Porter, for G. Burnet, P. Wogan, P. 
Byrne, W. Corbet, J. Moore, J. Jones, A. Grueber, W. Jones, G. Draper, R. White, G. 
Rice, and R. M'Allister. 1791
Octavo in 4s. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 
44 pp.
	NCBEL II,696. See Jackson, Annals, p. 170. Jackson gives a different 
	pagination.
1517
[WOLCOT (John)] Odes of Importance, &c. To the shoemakers. To the King. To Mr. 
Burke. To the academic chair. To Irony. To a Margate hoy. To Lord Lonsdale. Old 
Simon, a tale. The judges, or the wolves, the bear, and inferior beasts, a fable. By 
Peter Pindar, Esq. A new edition. Dublin: Printed by William Porter, for P. Byrne, 
J. Moore, J. Jones, A. Grueber, W. Jones and G. Draper. 1792
Octavo in 4s. New edition. Rebound in drab paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 
34 pp. Some leaves trimmed. 
	Not in NCBEL entry for Wolcot. First published in 1792. NCBEL mentions 
	two editions of 1792 but not Dublin. Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1518
[WOLCOT (John)] A Pair of Lyric Epistles to Lord Macartney and his ship. By 
Peter Pindar. A new edition. London: Printed for H.D. Symonds, No. 20, 
Paternoster-Row. 1792 [Printer: No printer's imprint]                                                                      
Quarto in 2s. New edition. Rebound in boards. Spine blocked in black. [20] pp. 
1/2-title. 1 p. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL II,696. First published in 1792. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1519
[WOLCOT (John)] The Tears of St. Margaret: also, odes of condolence to the High 
and Mighty Musical Directors, on their downfall. To which is added, the address 
to the owl. Likewise, Mrs. Robinson's Handkerchief, and Judge Buller's Wig; a 
fable. Also the Churchwarden of Knightsbridge; or, the feast on a child. By Peter 
Pindar, Esq. Dublin: Printed by William Porter, for P. Byrne, J. Moore, J. Jones, A. 
Grueber, W. Jones, J. Rice and G. Draper. 1792
Octavo in 4s. First Dublin edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper 
cover. 32 pp. 1/2-title.
	NCBEL II,696. NCBEL indicates that this is the 3rd issue of the year. See 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 179. Jackson calls this a "new edition". 
1520
[WOLCOT (John)] Hair Powder; a plaintive epistle to Mr. Pitt. By Peter Pindar. To 
which is added (with considerable augmentation), Frogmore Fàte, an ode for 
music, for the first of April, vulgarly called All Fools Day. A new edition. London: 
Printed for J. Walker, Paternoster-Row; J. Bell, Oxford-Street; J. Ladley, Mount-
Street, Berkeley-S quare; and E. Jeffrey, Pall-Mall. 1795 [Printer: No printer's 
imprint]
Quarto in 2s. New edition. Rebound in boards. Spine blocked in black. 42 pp. 1 p. 
of advertisements at end.
	NCBEL II,696. First published in 1795. Jackson, Annals, p. 199. 
1521
[WOLCOT (John)] The Royal Tour, and Weymouth Amusements; a solemn and 
reprimanding epistle to the laureat. Pitt's Flight to Wimbledon; an ode. An Ode to 
the French. Ode to the Charity Mill in Windsor-Par. A Hint to a Poor Democrat. 
Ode to the Queen's Elephant. The Sorrows of Sunday; an elegy. By Peter Pindar. A 
new edition. London: Printed for J. Walker, Paternoster-Row; J. Bell, Oxford-
Street; J. Ladley, Mount-Street, Berkeley-Square; and E. Jeffrey, Pall-Mall. 1795
Quarto in 2s. New edition. Rebound in boards. Spine blocked in black. [72] pp. 
1/2-title. 3 pp. of advertisements at end. 
	NCBEL II,696. First published in 1795. Not in Jackson, Annals.
1522
[WOLCOT (John)] Tears and Smiles: a miscellaneous collection of poems by Peter 
Pindar, Esq. London: Printed by W. and S. Spilsbury, Snow-Hill, for West and 
Hughes, No. 40, Paternoster-Row. 1801
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full tree calf, upper cover rejointed. Covers 
and spine blocked in gilt. Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Gilt lettering piece. 
[168] pp. Frontispiece. 1 p. of advertisements at end. Lacks lettering piece.
	NCBEL II,696. Jackson, Annals, p. 258.
1523
[WOLCOT (John)] Tristia; or, the sorrows of Peter. Elegies to the King, Lords 
Grenville, Petty, Erskine, the Bishop of London, Messrs. Fox, Sheridan, &c.,&c. by 
P. Pindar, Esq. London: Printed by G. Hayden, Brydges Street, Covent Garden; 
Published by J. Walker, Pater-Noster-Row; and sold by all booksellers. 1806
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cream light blue paper boards. 
Paper label on spine. [170] pp. 1/2-title. Errata leaf at end. Bookplate on upper 
paste-down endpaper. Pieces missing from spine. 
	NCBEL II,696. Jackson, Annals, p. 304. 
1524
WOLFERSTAN (E.P.) Eugenia: a poem. In four cantos. London: Printed for 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, Paternoster Row. 1824 [Printer: 
London: Nichols and Son, 25 Parliament Street]
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on spine. [62] pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 502. Jackson, Women, Wolferstan 2. 
1525
[WOLFERSTAN (E.P.) Fairy Tales, in verse. Second edition. London: Baldwin and 
Cradock; and T.G. Lomax, Lichfield. 1833 [Printer: Lomax, Printer, Lichfield]
Octavo. Second edition. Rebound in paper boards. Paper label on upper cover. 32 
pp.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 573. Jackson, Women, Wolferstan 4(c). 
1526
WOLSELEY (Robert) A Poetical Paraphrase, of a select portion of the Book of 
Psalms, with introductory lines on the Bible. By Robert Wolseley, F.L.S. and late 
of the Inner Temple. Second edition. London: Sold by J. Hartchard, Piccadilly, and 
Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster Row, London. 1813 [Printer: 
Lomax, Printer, Lichfield] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on spine. 75 pp. 
Copy given by Hartley Coleridge to Elizabeth Senhouse (upper free endpaper). 
Some foxing. Sprung.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 989. The Johnson copy.
1527
WOODD (Basil) The Harp of Zion. Sacred and moral poetry, original and select. 
London: Dean and Munday, Threadneedle-Street. n.d. [?1825] [Printer: Dean and 
Munday, Printers, Threadneedle-Street]
24mo. in 8s. First edition. Rebound in 1/4-red morocco, marbled boards. Covers 
blocked in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 172 pp. 1/2-title. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 512. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans, Heber and 
	Montgomery. 
1528
WOODFALL (Wilfred) My Note-Book; or, sketches from the gallery of St. 
Stephen's. A satirical poem. London: Printed for G. and W.B. Whittaker, Ave-
Maria Lane. 1821 [Printer: J. and C. Adlard, Printers, 23 Bartholomew Close]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original light drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 97 pp. 1/2-title. Spine a little worn.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 471. 
1529
WOODS (George, Jun.) Poems, sacred and miscellaneous. London: Published by 
Baldwin and Cradock, Paternoster Row. 1828 [Printer: Printed by John Ray, 
Barnsley] 
Octavo. Uncut in the original brown paper boards. Paper label on spine. 167 pp. 
Frontispiece. Errata slip tipped-in at end. Dated ink signatures on title-page. 
Spine a little rubbed and frayed.
	Jackson, Annals, p. 540. Johnson 992. The Johnson copy.
1530
[WOOLER (Thomas Jonathan)] The Kettle abusing the Pot. A satirical poem. By the 
Black Dwarf. Fifth edition. London: Printed for J. Johnston, Cheapside; and sold by 
all booksellers. 1820 [Printer: W. Flint, Printer, Angel Court, Skinner Street]
Octavo in 4s. Fifth edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 29 pp. Illustrated.
	First published in 1820. Jackson, Annals, p. 456.
1531
[WOOLER (Thomas Jonathan)] A Political Lecture on Heads. By the Black Dwarf. 
Third edition. London: Printed for J. Johnston, Cheapside. 1820 [Printer: Hamblin, 
Printer, Garlick-Hill]
Octavo in 4s. Third edition. Rebound in grey paper boards. 48 pp. Illustrated
	First published in 1820. Jackson, Annals, p. 462.
1532
WORDSWORTH (William) Thanksgiving Ode, January 18, 1816. With other short 
piece, chiefly referring to recent public events. London: Printed by Thomas 
Davison, Whitefriars; for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, Paternoster-
Row. 1816
Octavo. First edition. Rebound in 1/2-morocco, boards. Covers blocked in blind. 
Spine blocked in gilt. 52 pp. Lacks the 2 leaves of advertisements called for by 
Cornell but not Wise.
	NCBEL III,186. Jackson 413. Wise, Wordsworth, Part I, 14. Kohler, 
	Wordsworth, 6. Cornell, Wordsworth 38. 
1533
WORGAN (John Dawes)  Select Poems, &c. by the late John Dawes Worgan, of 
Bristol, who died on the 25th of July 1809, aged nineteen years. To which are 
added some particulars of his life and character, by an early friend and 
associate. With a preface by William Hayley, Esq. London: Printed for Longman, 
Hurst, Rees, and Orme, Paternoster-Row. 1810 [Printer: S. Gosnell, Printer, Little 
Queen Street, London]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original paper boards, rebacked in cloth. 
Original paper label on spine. 311 pp. Frontispiece. Ownership blind-stamp on 
upper free endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 344. 
1534
WORTLEY (Emmeline Stuart) Sonnets, written chiefly during a tour through 
Holland, Germany, Italy, Turkey and Hungary. London: Joseph Rickerby, 
Sherbourn Lane, King William Street, City. 1839 [Printer: London: Printed by 
Joseph Rickerby, Sherbourn Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Original red morocco grain cloth, a.e.g. Covers blocked 
in blind. Spine blocked in gilt. 330 pp. Frontispiece. Ink signature on upper free 
endpaper. 
	722
	WORTLEY (Lady Emmeline Stuart)(Ed.) The Keepsake for MDCCCXXXVII. 
	London: Published by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longman; 
	Paris: Delloy and Co. [1837]
	72
	WRANGHAM (The Venerable Archdeacon)(Ed.) BARNARD (Edw. Will.) Fifty 
	Select Poems of Marc-Antonio Flaminio, imitated by the late Rev. Edw. Will. 
	Barnard, M.A. of Trinity College Cambridge, with a short memoir of the 
	author. Chester 1829 
		Not in NCBEL entry for Wrangham.
1535
THE WREATH OF FRIENDSHIP; a token of regard. Illustrated with fine engravings 
on steel, etc. etc. By the editor of "The Cabinet of Literary Gems," - "The Offering," 
etc. etc. London: Published by Edward Lacy, 76 St. Paul's Church Yard. [Printer: 
London: Manning and Smithson, Printers, London-house Yard, St. Paul's]. n.d. 
[1833]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original maroon embossed paper boards, a.e.g. Covers 
blocked in blind.Spine blocked in gilt. 352 pp. Frontispiece. Vignette title-page. 
Six plates. Spine frayed with pieces missing. Edges rubbed. Shaken.
	Faxon 1798. Contains poetry by Mrs. Hemans and Wordsworth.
1536
THE WREATH OF FRIENDSHIP; a token of regard. Edited by Charles Cecil. 
Illustrated with fine engravings on steel. London: Published by Renshaw and 
Company; and sold by all booksellers. [Printer: W.J. Sears, Printer, 4 Ivy Lane, 
Newgate Street]. n.d. [1836]
12mo. in 6s. First edition. Original moirè silk covered boards, a.e.g. 
Rebacked. Covers blocked in blind and gilt. Spine blocked in gilt. 320 pp. 
Frontispiece. Five plates. 
	Faxon 1800. 
1537
WRIGHT (John) The Retrospect, or youthful scenes. With other poems and songs. 
Edinburgh: Published by John Boyd, George-Street. Atkinson & Co., Trongate, 
Glasgow; Basil Steuart, London. 1830 [Printer: Curll & Bell, Printers, Glasgow] 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in grey paper boards. Spine blocked in black. 180 pp. 1/2-
title. List of subscribers (10 pp.). Bookplate on upper paste-down endpaper. 
Dated ink signature on upper free endpaper. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 556. Johnson 993. The Johnson copy.
1538
WYATT (Charles Percy) Poems, Original and Translated. London: James Fraser, 
215 Regent Street. 1837 [Printer: London: Printed by James Moyes, Castle Street, 
Leicester Square]
Octavo. First edition. Uncut in the original drab paper boards. Paper label on 
spine. 212 pp. 1/2-title. Errata slip tipped-in at end. Dated ink inscription on 
title-page. Backstrip and label chipped. 
1539
WYATT (T.) Elegiac Sonnets, and other poems. Reading: Printed by W. Man, 
Bookseller and Stationer, Butcher-Row; Sold by Messrs. Hoitt, 9 Upper Berkeley-
Street, Portman-Square; Messrs. Hookhams' Library, Bond-Street, London; Mr. 
Robinson's Library, West-Gate Street, Bath; and at all the principal Booksellers in 
Town and Country. 1818 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in mustard linen texture cloth, uncut. 149 pp. List of 
subscribers (5 pp.). List of subscribers (5 pp.). Scattered foxing.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 994. The Johnson copy. 
1540
WYKE (Anne) Bertha, a tale of the Waldenses; and other poems. Shrewsbury: 
Printed and published by Charles Hulbert; and sold by Messrs. Longman, Rees, 
Orme, Brown, and Green, London; and all other booksellers. 1830 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original grey paper boards. Paper label on spine. 140 
pp. Slightly foxed. Covers and spine rubbed and frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Wyke 1. Johnson 995. The Johnson 
	copy.
1541
[?WYSE (George)] Scene, Broomielaw, M'Arthur's Land. July 1st 1824. [Glasgow: 
1824] [Printer: T. Bruce, Printer, Glasgow] 
Octavo in 6. Rebound in 1/4-green, old grey boards, uncut. Original label laid 
down on spine. 12 pp. Bound with: WYSE. Poems on Several Occasions. 1825 
[item 1542]. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 802. The Johnson copy. Almost certainly by 
	Wyse who wrote poems about similar subject matter and used the same 
	printer.
1542
WYSE (George) Poems on Several Occasions. Glasgow: Printed by T. Bruce, High 
Street, for the author. 1825 
Octavo in 6s. Uncut in the original grey paper boards, rebacked. Original paper 
label on laid-down on spine. 252 pp. Bound with: [?WYSE]. Scene, Broomielaw, 
M'Arthur's Land. July 1st, 1824. [item 1541]. Boards chipped and frayed.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 997. The Johnson copy.
1543
WYSE (George) Original Poems and Songs. Third series. Falkirk: Printed for the 
author, by T. Johnston. 1829 
Octavo in 6s. Rebound in grey paper boards, uncut. Paper label on spine. 300 pp. 
1/2-title. Dated ink inscription on 1/2-title. Text slightly marked.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 996. The Johnson copy. 
1544
YEATMAN (Harry Farr) Brent Knoll, a poem. By the Rev. Harry Farr Yeatman, 
Batchelor of Civil Law; and one of His Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the 
Counties of Somerset and Dorset. Sherbourne: Sold by E. Penny; Longman, Hurst, 
& Co., Paternoster Row, and F.C. and J. Rivington, St. Paul's Church Yard, London; 
and all other booksellers. 1817 [Printer: Sherbourne: Printed by James Cruttwell] 
12mo. in 8s. Rebound in full tan calf. Covers and spine blocked in blind and gilt. 
Gilt edges. Gilt inside dentelles. Spine a little rubbed. [104] pp. 1/2-title. Contains 
the errata. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 416. Johnson 998. The Johnson copy.
1545
YEMAN (Alexander) The Fisherman's Hut, in the Highlands of Scotland. With 
other poems. London: Printed for B. Crosby and Co., Stationers' Court, 
Paternoster- Row. 1807 [Printer: Printed by J. Reach, Woburn Street, Drury Lane]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Contemporary 1/2-calf, marbled boards. Spine 
blocked in gilt. Gilt lettering piece. 152 pp. Frontispiece. Bound with: 
LANGHORNE. The Fables of Flora. 1794 [not catalogued]. Upper joint cracked. 
Spine chipped. Lacks lettering piece.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. 
1546
YORK (Thomas) Midnight, and other miscellaneous poems. Fakenham: Printed by 
Alfred Lunn; sold by Baldwin and Co., Paternoster Row, Evans, Long Lane, 
Smithfield and W. Darton, Holborn Hill, London. 1829 
Octavo in 4s. Rebound in grey linen texture cloth, uncut. Paper label on spine. 
[128] pp. Piece torn from title-page. Text a little marked. Upper hinge cracked. 
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Johnson 1000. The Johnson copy.
1547
YORKE (C.I.) Verses for Pilgrims. By Rev. C.I. Yorke, M.A. Rector of Shenfield, 
Essex. London: William Crofts, 19 Chancery-Lane. 1834 [Printer: London: 
Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars (late T. Davison)]
Octavo. First edition. Contemporary full blue calf. Covers and spine blocked in 
gilt. Gilt edges. Blind inside dentelles. Raised gilt bands. Gilt lettering piece. 148 
pp. 
	Jackson, Annals, p. 584. 
1548
YOUNG LADY (A) Poetic Fugitives. London: Lupton Relfe, Cornhill. 1827 [Printer: 
London: Printed by S. and R. Bentley, Dorset Street]
Octavo in 12s. First edition. Uncut in the original 1/4-cloth, boards. Paper label 
on spine. 148 pp. 1/2-title. List of subscribers (12 pp.). Ink inscription on 1/2-
title. Lacks upper free endpaper. A little worn.
	Not in Jackson, Annals. Jackson, Women, Young Lady 19. 

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