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Lot 332
MACAULAY (THOMAS BABINGTON) Lays of Ancient Rome, 1842; idem, "new edition", large vignette on title, 1848, Longman; Evening. A Poem Which Obtained the Chancellor's Medal at the Cambridge Commencement, July 1821; and others, poetry (13)
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MACAULAY (THOMAS BABINGTON)
Lays of Ancient Rome, 1842; idem, "new edition", large vignette on title, 1848, Longman; Evening. A Poem Which Obtained the Chancellor's Medal at the Cambridge Commencement, July 1821, original blue wrappers, slight loss to backstrip, [off-print from Prolusiones Academicae, 1821]--THACKERAY (WILLIAM MAKEPEACE) Ballads, second issue with "1856" on upper title, publisher's yellow wrappers (soiled with minor loss to spine), Esher bookplate, preserved in box, Bradbury & Evans, 1856--LANDOR (WALTER SAVAGE) Gebir, Count Julian, and Other Poems, original cloth-backed boards, Edward Moxon, 1831--The Hellenics, new edition, Edinburgh, James Nichol, engraved frontispiece by George Cruikshank, Chapman and Hall, 1857--[WARREN (JOHN LEICESTER, 3rd Baron de Tabley) "William Lancaster". Praeterita, Macmillan, 1863--HORNE (RICHARD HENGIST) Orion. An Epic Poem, JOHN HAYWARD'S COPY with his pencil notes, without advertisement, early half calf, J. Miller, 1844--MASSEY (GERALD) Craigcrook Castle, David Bogue, 1856--SYMONDS (J.A.) The Escorial. A Prize Poem, Recited in the Theatre, Oxford, June 20, 1860, Oxford, T. and G. Shrimpton, 1860--[SHIARP (J.C.)] Charles the Twelfth, a Prize Poem, Oxford, Francis Macpherson, 1842--HANKINSON (THOMAS E.) The Minstery of Angels. A Seatonian Poem, Cambridge, J. & J. Deighton, 1840, the last 3 disbound, the others unless mentioned FIRST EDITIONS, bookplate of Simon Nowell-Smith, the last 3 mentioned disbound, unless otherwise mentioned publisher's cloth, 8vo (13)
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