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101 BROWNJOHN, Alan and DONOUGHUE, Bernard (edited by...) Departure. A Magazine of Literature and the Arts. Vol 2. No. 6.
Villiers Publications. 1955 
First edition. Magazine. Orig. yellow limp boards. VG+. Vol 2. No. 6. 22281 
Price: 15.00 GBP
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102 BROWNJOHN, Alan. A Night in the Gazebo. SIGNED.
Secker & Warburg. London. 1980 
First edition. Hardback. DW. PRESENTATION COPY FROM POET - "Inscribed for Joan Teal - and all good wishes - Alan Brownjohn...11th December 1980". Fine in sl. used wrapper. 54083 
Price: 10.00 GBP
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103 BURTON, S.H. and CHACKSFIELD, C.J.H. African Poetry In English. an introduction to practical criticism. Advised by Wingrove Dwamina.
The MacMillan Press Ltd, London. 1979 
First Edition. Paperback. Author's own Advance copy with his ownership signature and "S. H. Burton. Advance copy received 20 November 1979" written on half-title. Vertical crease to lower cover and small crease to bottom corner of upper cover. Pages age browned but o/w a lovely tight copy. VG. ISBN: 0333258126 42749 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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104 BUSHRUI, S. B. [YEATS] Yeats's Verse-Plays: The Revisions 1900-1910.
Clarendon Press, London. 1965 
Usual blue boards. Ex. library usual stamps and labels. Boards slightly shelf rubbed. Slight foxing to end papers o/w a clean copy. VG. 62512 
Price: 8.50 GBP
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105 BUTLER, Samuel. Hudibras in Three Parts; Written in the time of The Late Wars. With A Life of the Author, Annotations, And An Index.
J. F. Dove. London. 1826 
Small, slim volume, 13 x 8 cm. Tan calf, gilt decs. to spine, contrasting label. Steel engraving to frontis and half t.p. 312pp. The work is a satirical polemic upon Roundheads, Puritans, Presbyterians and many of the other factions involved in the English Civil War. Begun during the civil war and published in three parts, four years after Charles II had been restored to the throne, in 1663, 1664 and 1678. The protectorate of Oliver Cromwell being completely over, the poem found an appreciative audience. The satire is not balanced as Butler was fiercely royalist and only the parliamentarian side are singled out for ridicule. Butler also uses the work to parody some of the dreadful poetry of the time. 35120 
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106 BUTOR, Michel. Histoire Extraordinaire: Essay on a Dream of Baudelaire's. Translated from the French by Richard Howard.
Jonathan Cape, London. 1969 
First edition UK. Jonathan Cape, London. 1969. DW. 174 pages. A good copy in slightly soiled and slightly worn wrapper. 82937 
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107 BUTTIGIEG, Anton. Il-Muza Bil-Kimono. (The Muse in the Kimono). A Collection of Maltese Poems in Japanese style, with an English Translation and a Preface by Gilbert Yates. (SIGNED).
Privately Published. 1968. First edition. Paperback. SIGNED by the author to title page. Covers are partially sunned, slightly soiled and a little creased and rubbed. Internally clean and sound. SCARCE. 80218 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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108 BYRON, Lord. Between Two Worlds: Byron's Letters and Journals, edited by Leslie A. Marchand. Volume 7, 1820.
John Murray, London. 1977 
First edition. DW. 282 pages. B/w frontis. Index. VG/VG 66473 
Price: 12.50 GBP
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109 BYRON, Lord. Lord Byron's Select Works: consisting of Cain, A Mystery; Hours of Idleness; English Bards and Scotch Reviewers; with occasional pieces; and Life of the Author.
N.d. (c.1845) 
Charles Daly, London. No date circa 1845. Hardback, no wrapper. 12mo. (11 x 7.5cms). Red blind decorated boards, gilt. All edges gilt. Frontis portrait. 320pp. Head of spine bumped and cloth slightly splitting at joints to head of spine. Corners are bumped. Internally, some light foxing and signs of use o/w a lovely little item. 78312 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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110 BYRON, Lord. Poems on His Domestic Circumstances. I. Fare Thee Well. II. A Sketch from private Life. With The Star of the Legion of Honour. Sixth Edition. Containing Eight Poems. Bound together with The Giaour, A Fragment of a Turkish Tale. A New Edition, With Some Additions. 1813 and The Corsair, A Tale. Second Edition. 1814.
W. Hone. London. John Murray. London. 1816 
Tall slim 8vo. 31pp. + [1]p publisher's note dated April, 1816. "The Giaour" retains the half-title, title, dedication page and advertisement, 47pp. "The Corsair" contains its title-page, ix, dedication, 100pp. Bound in full diced calf, rebacked in more modern calf with contrasting lettering piece, raised bands and gilt detail and borders. Some very occ. light foxing o/w a clean and sound collection of these three works. 39086 
Price: 200.00 GBP
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111 BYRON, Lord. Poetical Works. Collected and Arranged with Notes by Sir Walter Scott, Lord Jeffrey, Professor Wilson, Thomas Moore, William Gifford, Rev. George Crabbe, Bishop Heber, J.G. Lockhart, Lord Broughton, Thomas Campbell. New and Complete Edition. With Portrait and Illustrative Engravings.
John Murray, London. 1863 
First edition thus. Half tan calf, raised bands and rich gilt decs. to compartments with contrasting red title piece to spine, marbled bds. All page edges marbled. Marbled eps. 825pp. 2 columns. Index. Extremities and bds. a little rubbed. Opening and closing blanks foxed. VG 35365 
Price: 120.00 GBP
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112 BYRON, Lord. Select Works. In Two Volumes. Vol. II. Only. Containing Prisoner of Chillon - Manfred - Beppo - Hebrew Melodies - Lament of Tasso, &c. &c.
John Murray. London. 1823 
Contains original sheets from early editions of Byron's poems: "The Prisoner of Chillon and Other Poems" 1816, title page but no half title, 60pp. [1]blank + [1]p. advert stating "Prisoner of Chillon, 8vo 5s. 6d. (now first published). "Manfred, A Dramatic Poem" A New Edition, 1819. Title page but no half-title. 80pp. "Beppo, A Venetian Story" Eihth Edition, 1819. Contains both half-title and title page. 51pp. "Hebrew Melodies." 53pp. 1815. First edition. Half-title and title present. "Lament of Tasso, Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte, and Monody on the Death of Sheridan. Third Edition. 1823. Title but no half-title. 32pp. Bound in contemporary half green morocco, very sunned and worn along joints. Gilt text readable, compartments of spine tooled in blind, marbled boards, rubbed, prelims foxed. Modern armorial bookplate. A clean and sound collection. 41333 
Price: 200.00 GBP
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113 BYRON, Lord. Tales and Poems.
John Murray, London. 1853. Hardback, no DW issued. Original brown cloth, gilt. Small 8vo. Some foxing throughout the text. Ownership inscription to top margin of title page. Boards a little bumped and very slightly soiled, but overall a very nice copy. 79797 
Price: 30.00 GBP
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114 BYRON, Lord. The Poetical Works of Lord Byron.
nd (c1900) 
Bliss Sands & Co., London. Not dated, circa 1900. Quarter bound in art vellum with red cloth boards, gilt. Large 8vo. Portrait frontis. Top edge gilt. Boards are worn and a little soiled. Prize inscription dated 1903 to front endpaper. Occasional grubby marks to o/w sound contents. 78817 
Price: 35.00 GBP
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115 BYRON, Lord. The Poetical Works of Lord Byron. Collected and Arranged with Notes and Illustrations With Portrait and Vignette.
John Murray. 1855. Copyright Edition. Large 8vo. 827pp. Portrait frontis., vignette title page, 4 facsimile pages from writings of Byron. Handsomely bound in full dark maroon morocco gilt. All edges gilt. Extremities sl. rubbed, inner hinge visible but sound. An attractive copy from the mid-nineteenth century of the complete works. 70523 
Price: 125.00 GBP
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116 BYRON, Lord. The Poetical Works of Lord Byron. Oxford Complete Edition. IN AN ATTRACTIVE ART NOUVEAU QUARTER VELLUM BINDING.
Henry Frowde. London. 1907. x, 924 pages. Portrait frontis. Attractively bound in quarter vellum gilt with red and gilt decorations to spine and a bordered contrasting title piece in goatskin. Blue straight-grained cloth boards. Top edge gilt. Endpapers browned. Text in double columns. A lovely copy. 82907 
Price: 100.00 GBP
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117 BYRON, Lord. Wedlock's the Devil: Byron's Letters and Journals, edited by Leslie A. Marchand. The complete and unexpurgated text of all the letters available in manuscript and the full printed version of all others. Volume 4, 1814-1815.
John Murray, London. 1978 
First edition. DW. Colour frontis. 369 pages. Index. VG/VG 66477 
Price: 12.00 GBP
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118 CALVERLEY, C.S. Complete Works. With a Biographical Notice by Sir Walter J. Sendall.
G. Bell & Sons Ltd. London. 1913. 
No DW. Blue cloth, gilt to spine. xxxvii + 514pp. Portrait frontis., title page in red and black. Spine dulled, sl. wear to extremities. Pre-lims sl. foxed. VG 48672 
Price: 6.50 GBP
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119 CAMPBELL, Kathleen. [Ed.] Poems on Several Occasions Written in the Eighteenth Century. The Percy Reprints, No. 9.
Basil Blackwell, Oxford. 1926 
Cream paper-covered boards with cream cloth backstrip, black type to spine and, in decorative frame, to upper board. 212pp. Boards sl. rubbed and grubby with corners bumped, spine discoloured. VG- 53627 
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120 CAMPBELL, Roy. Adamastor.
Faber & Faber, London. Second Impression of first edition, 1930. Hardback. No DW. Original red cloth gilt, spine slightly faded. Endpapers are a little foxed o/w a clean bright copy. 78448 
Price: 25.00 GBP
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