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with other works annotated by Byron. Including Sardanapalus

Maker:  Various works by Byron

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Various works by Byron: with other works annotated by Byron. Including Sardanapalus, A Tragedy. The Two Foscari, A Tragedy, Cain, A Mystery half title. Preface viii. pp. 440. London John Murray, Albemarle Street. Demy 8vo. 8 x 5 1821. 1/4 red Morocco. Purchased from Tregaskis, Nov. 1924. £1. 2.6. First Edition. The Siege of Corinth, a Poem (and notes). Parisina, a Poem, pp. 55-92. London, printed for John Murray, Albemarle St. 1816. The Prisoner of Chillon and other Poems. Sonnet, Stanzas to Darkness. Churchill's Grave. The Dream. The Incantation. Promethius Notes. Poems: To Bright be the place of thy Soul, When we two parted. Stanzas for Music (twice) Fare thee well. Ode from the French. On the Star of the Legion of Honour. Napoleon's Farewell Notes. London. Printed for John Murray, Albemarle St. by Mr Bulmer & Co. Cleveland Row, St James's 1816. First Editons all bound together 1/4 red Morocco. Bought from Tregaskis, £1.1.0. Nov. 1924, 8 3/8 x 5 1/4. English Bards and Scottish Reviewers. A Satire. half title, title. Preface 2 pp. text 54 pp. (First complete Edition 1809). Printed for James Cawthorn, British Library, No. 24 Cockspur Street. Inlaid. (Bound up with it A Catalogue of a Collection of books, late the property of a Nobleman, about to leave England on a Tour) Lord Byron, 5 x 5 3/4, 1/4 Red Morocco. The Works of Lord Byron. 5 vols, 1821 together with 2 covers binding vols. 1820, 21 containing the first five cantos of Don Juan and labelled Nobody's works. With Steel plates, 7 vols. Olive Morocco.

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