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British and Commonwealth Literary Studies


Victorian Verse Catalog

1. A., R. M. E. Twilight Shadows and other poems. London: Griffith, Farran, Okenden & Walsh, [1886] pp. 141 + advts. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

2. A., W. J. Poetical Patchwork. By W. J. A. London: Hamilton, Adams and Co., Weymouth printed], 1844. pp. [4], viii, 3-162. 8vo. Original morroco style.
Not in NUC. The Bodleian Library suggest the author is W. H. D. Adams.

3. ABBOT, Richard. The pen, the press, and the sword: with other poems and balsams for wounded hearts. Darlington: William Dresser, 1879. pp. viii, 127, [1]. Frontis. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

6. ADDIS, John. Elizabethan Echoes; or, poems, songs and sonnets. By the late J. Addis... Edited by his sister. London: Pickering & Co., 1879. 8vo. pp. xi,[1], 111, [1], 16. Half title. Advts. Original blue cloth, nice copy..

7. ALFRED. Alfred. A poem. Manchester: John Heywood, 1874. pp. 87. Original printed wrappers, worn.
Not in BLC.

8. ALLEN, Edward. Fragments for my friends. Stafford: Printed by R. & W. Wright, 1892. pp. [8], 44. Original green cloth, fine copy.
Not in NUC.
Edward Allen Perpetual Curate of Castle Church, Stafford.

9. ANDREWS, John. Day Dreams. [Verses.] London: Longmans & Co.: London, 1865. pp. 94. Half title. pp. ix, [1], 94. Errata. 8vo. Original brown cloth.
Not in NUC.

10. ARMSTRONG, afterwards SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, George Francis. A Garland from Greece. [In verse.] A new edition. London: Longmans & Co., 1892. pp. xiv, 367 + advts. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
FU in NUC. O'Donoghue p.415-6.
George Francis Armstrong, afterwards Savage-Armstrong, 1845-1906.

11. ARMSTRONG, afterwards SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, George Francis. The Tragedy of Israel. [In verse.] A new edition. Part 1. King Saul. London: Longmans & Co., 1892. pp. [4], 156 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
O'Donoghue p.415-6.

12. ARMSTRONG, afterwards SAVAGE-ARMSTRONG, George Francis. The Tragedy of Israel. [In verse.] A new edition. Part 2. King David. London: Longmans & Co., 1892. pp. [4], 275 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
O'Donoghue p.415-6.

13. AXON, William Edward Armitage. The Ancoats Skylark, and other verses, original and translated. Manchester: John Heywood, 1894. pp. xii. 106. 8vo. Original blue boards.
DLC, NBuG, NcU in NUC.
William Edward Armitage Axon, 1846-1913.

14. B., C. M. Poems by C. M. B. Printed for Private Circulation Only. London: [Printed by Mitchell and Hughes] 1874. pp. viii, 100. Half title. Original green cloth, nice copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in BLC. DLC, NIC, CaBVaU in NUC. It is clear from the introduction that the author was female. NUC does not identify the author.

15. B[ECK], M[ary] E[lizabeth]. Birthday, and other poems, by M. E. B. Ashford: Headley Bros., 1890. 128p. 8ø. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

16. BAKER, William B. Stray leaves from Parnassus. Poems. London: W. Allan & Co., 1865. 8ø. 222p. Half title. Port. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

17. BANNERMAN, Frances. Milestones. A collection of verses. London: Grant Richards, 1899. pp. xi, [1], 197 + advts. Half title. Original green cloth.
IU in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 217.

19. [BARNARD, Charlotte Alington.] Thoughts, Verses and Songs. By Claribel. [pseud.] London: J. Nisbet & Co., 1877. pp. 314. Half title. Errata slip. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC. O'Donoghue p.18.
Charlotte Alington Barnard, 1830-1869.

20. BEALEY, Richard Rome. After-Business Jottings. Poems and Lyrics. Second edition. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Manchester: John Heywood, [1865]. pp. [8], 100. 8vo. Original brown cloth. Fine copy.
This edition not in BLC or NUC.
Richard Rome Bealey, 1828-1887.

21. BEECHING, Henry Charles. In a Garden, and other poems. London: John Lane, 1895. pp. x, 107 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth. Uncut.
Henry Charles Beeching, Dean of Norwich, 1859-1919. `Of this edition only 500 have been printed.'

22. BEGG, Mary Millar. My Mothers Marriage Ring, and other poems. pp. x. 172. Half title. Glasgow: D. Bryce & Sons, 1893. 8vo. Original blue cloth, a.e.g., nice copy.
NBuG in NUC.

23. BELL, Henry Thomas Mackenzie. Pictures of Travel, and other poems, etc. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1898. pp. 108. Front. port. 8vo. Original light green cloth. With inscribed presentation from the author inserted.
MiU in NUC.
Henry Thomas Mackenzie Bell, 1856-1930.

24. BELLAIRS, Henry Walford. Traditions of Nuneaton and its neighbourhood [In verse] Nuneaton: F. D. Robertson, [1860?] pp. [6], 9-112. 8vo. Original green cloth, vg copy.
GU in NUC.
Henry Walford Bellairs, 1812-1900.

25. BETTANY, G. W. Volume of Poems. London: London Literary Society, n.d. [1884.] pp. 151. Original cloth.
Not in NUC.

27. BIGG, John Stanyan. The Sea-King; a metrical romance, in six cantos. With notes, historical and illustrative. London: Whittaker and Co., Ulverston: S. Soulby, 1848. pp. [6], iv, [2], 344, [1]. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth, nice copy.
NjP, MnS, OCl in NUC.
John Stanyan Bigg, 1828-1865.

28. BILLINGTON, William. Lancashire songs, with other poems and sketches. Blackburn: J. G. & J. Toulmin, 1883. pp. [8], 148. Original green cloth, nice copy.
NN in NUC. Reilly p. 47.
William Billington of Blackburn, Writer of Verse, 1827-1884.

29. BLAKE, Emilia Aylmer. The Cithern. Poems for recitation, etc. London: J. & R. Maxwell, [1887.] pp. viii, 112, [22,] [2] Sonnets and advts. Half title. Original blue cloth.
NjP in NUC.
Emilia Aylmer Blake, afterwards Gowing.

30. BOLITHO, William. Nugae. A rhyming medley. Plymouth: Printed for private circulation, 1891. pp. viii, 52, [2]. Half title. Corrigenda. 4vo. Original red cloth, red morocco spine.
TxU in NUC.
William Bolitho of Penzance, 1815-1895.

31. BOUQUETS. Bouquets of Verses: grave and gay. By Wintonia. London: W. Kent, [Manchester printed], 1871. pp. viii, 192. Errat slip. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

33. BOWLES, Emily. The Three Kings, and other poems. London: Burns & Oates, 1874. pp. viii, 135 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC

34. BOWMAN, [Henrietta.] Speaking Yet: or, Remains in prose and verse of the late Hetty Bowman. [Edited by Margaret Maria Gordon. With a photo. portrait.] W. Mack: Bristol; Book Society: London, 1874. pp. vii. 157. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.
Henrietta Bowman, 1838-1872.

35. BRADBURY, Stephen Henry. Yewdale, and Lyrical Notes. London: Houlston and Wright, [Nottingham printed, 1857] pp. 184, [8]. 12mo. Original red cloth, nice copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in NUC.
Stephen Henry Bradbury, born 1828. This piece is dedicated to Richard Monckton Milnes.

36. BRAILSFORD, William. Waifs and Strays. [Poems.] London: Mann Nephews, 1856. 12mo. pp. 200. Original cloth.

37. BRIDGES, Guy J. Imaginations in Verse. London: Commercial Exchange, 1898. pp. [2], 50. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

38. [BRIDGES, John Affleck.] In a Village. [Poems.] London: Elkin Mathews, 1898. pp. viii. 71. Half title. 8vo. Original boards.
Cty in NUC.

39. [BRIDGES, John Affleck.] Wet Days. [Poems.] By a Farmer. London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1879. pp. xii. 218 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
ScU in NUC.
John Affleck Bridges, b.1833.

40. BRIGHT, William. Hymns and other Poems. London: Rivingtons, 1866. pp. vii. 183 + advts. Errata slip. 8vo. Original cloth.
NcD, MBAt, PPULC, PPPrHi in NUC.
William Bright, Canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1824-1901.

41. BURNLEY, James. Idonia, and other poems. London: Longmans & Co., 1869. pp. viii. 200. 8vo. Original green cloth.
IU in NUC.
James Burnely, 1843-1919.

42. BYNG, Lancelot Alfred Cranmer. Daisies of the Dawn. [Poems.] London: Roxburghe Press; T. B. Banks & Co., Guernsey, [1896.] pp. 108. 8vo. Original red cloth.
Reilly p. 114. IU in NUC.
Lancelot Alfred Cranmer-Byng, 1872-1945.

43. C., M. D. Passages from some Journals, and other poems. London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1886. pp. ix. 184. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

44. CALL, Wathen Mark Wilks. Reverberations. Second edition, to which is prefixed the growth of opinion which made me leave the church. London: Trbner & Co., 1876. pp. viii, 199. Half title. Original green cloth.
DLC, NIC, CtY, NN in NUC.
Wathen Mark Wilks Call, 1817-1890.

45. CAMPBELL, Ronald. Links in the Chain of Destiny. A poem in various verse... Second edition. London: Hope & Co., 1854. pp. [10], 221, ii, 7, [3]. Opinions of the press. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
OrP in NUC for the first edition of 1852.

46, [CAMPKIN, Henry.] Peter Little and the Lucky Sixpence, the frog's lecture and other stories. A verse book for my children and their playmates. [The dedicatory poem signed: H.C., ie Henry Campkin]. 4th edn. pp. 70. London: Robert Hardwicke, 1861. 8vo. Original blue cloth.

47. CANTAB. A Circle of Song. London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1888. pp. viii, 174. Original white cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from one of the authors and the 'regards of the thirteen authors'
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

48. CANTRELL, Mrs. John Blackwall. Melodies from the Mountains, with other poetical pieces. London: Wertheim & Co., [1861.] pp. iv. 92. [4] List of subscribers. 8vo. Original purple cloth.
Not in NUC. David and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 848.

49. [CARNEGIE, James.] The Burial of Isis, and other poems. Edinburgh: D. Douglas, 1884. pp. xv. 477. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
MH, IU, NN in NUC.
James Carnegie, Earl of Southesk, 1827-1905.

51. CHAPLIN, Mrs. M. A. Stray Chords. London: Robert Stockwell, [c.1900] pp. viii, 136. Original cloth.
Not in NUC. The BLC suggests the year of publication as 1921 but this copy does not seem to be that late.

52. CHAPLIN, Mrs. M. A. Sunlit Spray from the billows of life. London: G. Stoneman, 1898. pp. 109 + advts. Original cloth.
Not in NUC.

53. CHARLES, Beatrice Ethel. Songs in the Night. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1894. [8],104p. 8ø. Original white cloth, nice copy.
Not in NUC.

54. CHESTER, Greville John. Ella Cuthullin and other poems, old and new. London: M. Ward & Co., 1883. pp. [4], 251. Half title. Original green cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
CtY in NUC.
Greville John Chester, 1830-1892.

55. CHILD-PEMBERTON, Harriet L. Broken on the Wheel and other Poems. Hereford: Arthur Elliott, 1886. pp. 28, [4]. Rebound in boards.
Not in BLC or NUC.

56. CLARKE, Stephen. Dream-Children, and other poems. London: E. Marlborough & Co., 1873. 16mo. pp. viii. 123. Original green cloth.

57. [CLEAVELAND, Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn) et al.] No Sect in Heaven, and other poems. A selection. [Second edition.] London: Provost & Co., [1880.] pp. 100. 16vo. Original red cloth.
This edition not in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, p. 54-55.
Elizabeth Hannah (Jocelyn) Cleaveland, 1824-1911.

59. COOKE, Noah. Wild warblings. Published by subscription. Kidderminster: Printed at the Shuttle Office, 1876. pp. 168. Original green cloth, nice copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in NUC.
Noah Cooke, a 'Kidderminster Weaver.' With a manuscript poem tipped in at the back by NC ie Noah Cooke.

61. COSMOS. Cosmos. A poem. London: Henry S. King & Co., 1873. pp. 80 + advts. 8vo. Original brown cloth.
Not in NUC. Listed anonymously in BLC.

62. COWAN, Samuel Kennedy. The Murmur of the Shells. Belfast: M'Caw, Stevenson & Orr, 1879. pp. [8], 102. Half title. Title page in red and black. Original cloth.
O'Donoghue p.83. CtY in NUC.

63. CRAIGMYLE, Elizabeth. A handful of pansies. Aberdeen: John Adam, 1888. pp. vii, [1], 140. Original mauve cloth.
Not in NUC.

64. CRAIGMYLE, Elizabeth. Poems and Translations. Aberdeen: J. & J. P. Edmond & Spark, 1886. pp. vii. 134. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
CU in NUC.

65. CROSS, Elizabeth D. An Old Story, and other poems. London: Longmans, Green & Co., 1868. pp. vii, [1], 158. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 1274.

66. CROWLEY, Elfrida Mary. Poems... selected and arranged by her. 1892. Croydon: Roffey & Clark, [1892]. pp. [8], 74. Half title. Original grey cloth, nice copy.
Not in NUC.

67. CUTHBERTSON, William. By Shore and Wood. [Poems.] Edinburgh: James Thin, 1899. pp. 158, [2]. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
MH in NUC.

68. [DARLING, Isabella F[leming.] Whispering Hope. Edinburgh and Glasgow: John Menzies & Co., 1893. pp. 240, 4. Frontispiece port. Press opinions. Original cloth.
DLC only in NUC. Reilly, p. 126.
Isabella Fleming Darling, 1861-1903.

69. DAVIES, Denis. The Wisdom of Nathan Gray, and other poems... With the authors illustrations reproduced in facsimile. [With a portrait.] Liverpool: Edward Howell; London: Simpkin Marshall & Co., 1900. pp. 139. 4to. Original cloth, nice copy.
TxU in NUC.
Denis Davies, born 1900.

70. DAVIES, Edward. Legend and Lay. The Poetical Works of... With six illustrations by Ed. J. Burrow. London: Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Cheltenham: J. J. Banks, [1894]. pp. [4], 66 + errata. Frontis. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.

71. [DAVISON, Henry.] Dove Sono. [Poems.] By Henry Davison. London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1894. pp. 63. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

72. [DAVISON, Henry.] Dove Sono. [Poems.] Part 2. By Henry Davison. London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1895. pp. 60. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

74. DE FONBLANQUE, Ethel Maud. Poems. London: Bolton's Library, [1880] pp. vi, 90. Original white cloth, uncut. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in NUC.
Ethel Maud De Fonblanque afterwards, Harter.

75. DERRY, Ebenezer. Sebastopol, and other poems.. London: A. Hall, Virtue & Co., 1857. pp. vi. 184. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

76. DIONE. Dione, and other poems. London, 1869. pp. [4], 299, [1]. 8vo. Original white cloth.
Not in NUC. Listed anonymously in BLC.

77. DOMAN, Henry. 'The Cathedral,' and other poems. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., [Lymington printed] 1864. pp. [2], 201, [1]. 12mo. Original green cloth, vg copy.
NcU in NUC.

78. DORIA, Samuel. The Grammar Schools of Britain: a poem, in three cantos. London: E. Marlborough and Co., etc. [Wigan printed, 1851?] pp. 123 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original red cloth, gilt edges, top of spine knocked but still a nice copy.
INU in NUC.

80. DOWNE, Mark. Essex Ballads and other poems. Colchester: Benham & Co., 1895. pp. 76. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

81. DRANFIELD, Betsy. Poems. Chesterfield: R. J. Smithson, 1872. pp. viii, 75. 8vo. Original brown cloth.
Not in NUC.

83. DUTHIE, Robert. Poems and songs, and Lecture on poetry, with a brief memoir of the author. Stonehaven: John Taylor, [Aberdeen printed], 1866. pp. xii, [2], 9-182. Original green cloth, nice copy.
ScU in NUC.

84. DUVARD, Primogene. Poems. Second edition. (corrected and enlarged; with an additional half sheet of subscribers). Northallerton: James Pope, 1843. pp. 148. With a list of subscribers. Original green patterned cloth, vg copy.
Not in NUC.

86. ELLIOTT, Charlotte. Selections from the poems of... London: Religious Tract Society, [1873]. 256p. Front. port. Original green cloth. Fine copy.
CBEL 3. 379.
Charlotte Elliott, 1789-1871.

88. ELLOKENNA, pseud. Chimes and Knells. [Verses.] By E. pp. 76. 8ø. London: Charing Cross Publishing Co., Ltd., 1876. Original green cloth. Nice copy.

89. EMSLEY, John. Rural Musings. Skipton: Edmonson and Co., [1883] xii, 152. Half title. Frontis. Original green cloth.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.
John Emsley, village blacksmith.

91. FARQUHAR, George Taylor Shillito. Sonnets. With introductory verses by Right Rev. Chas. Wordsworth. Perth: S. Cowan & Co., 1890. pp. 71. 8vo. Original red cloth, vg copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
CU in NUC.
George Taylor Shillito Farquhar, Dean of S. Andrews, Dunkeld, and Dunblane.

92. FENTON, Henry Albert. A Reverie, and other poems. London: Rivingtons, , 1879. pp. 65. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.

93. FOWLER, Ellen Thorneycroft. Verses, Wise or Otherwise. London: Cassell and Co., Ltd., 1895. pp. 139. Half title. Green cloth boards, white cloth spine. Nice copy.
NNC in NUC. First edition.
Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler afterwards Felkin, 1860-1929.

95. FULLARTON, Ralph W. Macleod. Lallan Songs and German Lyrics. Edinburgh and London: W. Blackwood & Sons: 1894. pp. xii. 111. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
ScU, NBuG in NUC.
Dedicated to the Worshipful Grand Master Mason of Scotland. The author was also a mason.

96. GALWAY, Vere (Gosling) Monckton-Arundel, Viscountess. The Creed of Love and other poems. London: Messrs. Hatchard, 1895. pp. [6], 71. Original parchment wrappers.
Not in BLC. DLC, MH in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 1985.

97. GARDEN, William. Meg's Wedding, and other poems. Keith: John Mitchell, 1868. pp. viii, 149. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

98. GIDLEY, Lewis. Aletes, a poem with other poetry, original and translated. London: Griffith and Farran, 1865. pp. viii, 234. Half title. Errata. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.
Lewis Gidley, 1822-1889.

100. GILLMAN, Richard James. Guzman the Good; a tragedy. The Secretary; a play and Miscellaneous Poems. London: Emily Faithfull, 1878. pp. xii, 248. Original cloth.
MH in NUC.

104. GRIFFITH, Boscawen Trevor. Marina, and other poems. London: Whittaker and Co., [Chester printed] 1859. pp. 6, 72. Errata. Original blue cloth, nice copy.
Not in NUC.

105. GROSER, Horace George. Atlantis and other poems. [Another copy.] Atlantis, etc. Hutchinson & Co.: London, [1889.] pp. vii, [1], 148, [12] sonnets. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
NjP, PPL in NUC.

106. H., A. The Auld Farmers Advice to his Son. In memoriam Sam Mitchell O'Dalavodie... A true story. [In verse. The preface signed: A. H.] [Edinburgh:] Printed for the Author, 1885. pp. 16. 8vo. Original red cloth, vg copy.
Not in NUC.

107. HAINES, Charles Reginald. Versions in Verse with a few original pieces. Cambridge: Deighton Bell and Co., 1887. pp. xvi, 127. Half title. Original blue cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author with annotations.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

108. HARDCASTLE, Robert. The Christian and other poems. Sheffield: Printed for the Author: 1872. pp. [2], vi. 3-457. 8vo. Original purple cloth, nice copy.
Not in NUC.

109. HARRIS, Alleyne. Solitary Song. London: Elliot Stock, 1891. pp. x, 227. Original blue cloth.
MB in NUC.

110. HAWKINS, A. E. Poems. London: Chapman and Hall, 1869. pp. viii, 250, [2]. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

112. HAYWOOD, Annie Windsor. Shepherd's Tartan and other poems. Cupar-Fife: A. Westwood & Son, Kirkcaldy: J. & R. Burt, [1895]. 144p. Half title. Original blue cloth. Nice copy.
GU only in NUC.

113. HEDDING, Thomas. Fugitive Pieces, written at an early age [With preface and postscript by S. H., i.e. S. Hedding]. Stratford-upon-Avon: R. Lapworth, 1851. pp. 39, [1]. Original blue cloth.
CtY in NUC.
This piece was sold in aid of the funds for enlarging the church at Claydon in Suffolk.

114. HELLYER, Marianne Maud. Idylls. London: Digby, Long & Co., 1898. pp. 128. Half title. Inscribed presentation copy from the author. Original cloth, uncut. Nice copy.
Not in NUC.

115. HERBERT, T. pseud. [i.e. Herbert Todd] The fountain of youth and other poems. London: Alfred W. Berrett, 1867. v,126p. Original green cloth. Nice copy.

116. HICKSON, James. Early Poems. Manchester: Samuel M. Strong, 1872. pp. 119. Original blue cloth. Nice copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author. Neat ex lib. with small round stamp on title page.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

117. HILL, Alsager Hay. A Scholar's Day Dream, sonnets and other poems. London: 1870. pp. xii, [2], 213. 8vo. Original green cloth.
CtY in NUC.
Alsager Hay Hill, 1839-1906. Contents include poems entitled "George Peabody," "In Rotten Row," "Richard Osler," "An Appeal for the Cripples Home," etc. 'Some of the poems... are now by the kind permission of Charles Dickens reprinted here... Occupied of late years rather in the investigation of pauperism than the pursuit of literature, I am well aware that many of the poems here... may be found wanting in that breadth, depth and intensity' preface.

118. HILLS, Sarah Ann. Departed Saints. Poems. London: F. Kirby, n.d. pp. viii, 92. Frontis. Original blue cloth.
Not in BLC or NUC.
Sarah Ann Mills of Maidenhall, Suffolk.

120. HIPSLEY, William. Undin‚: the Spirit of the Waters. A poem containing a version of the narrative by Baron de la Motte Fouqu‚. By W. Hipsley. London: Elliot Stock, 1886. 8vo. pp. xiii. 184. Original blue cloth.

121. HOGGARTH, James. Echoes from years gone by. By James Hoggarth... with a sketch of the author's life. Kendal: Thompson Bros., 1892. pp. xx,168. Original green cloth.
NjP, MH in NUC.

122. HOLDEN S. The Heap of Stones. London: E. Moxon, Son and Co., 1873. pp. 120. 8o. Half title. Original green cloth.

123. HOMFRAY, Francis Alexander. Idyls of Thought and Lyrical Pieces. London: George Allen, 1898. pp. vi, 87, [1]. Original boards, green cloth spine.
Francis Alexander Homfray, 1854-1928.

124. HOUSE, Henry. Original Sketches and poems. London: Printed for the author by J. Waller & Co., 1874. pp. x, 210. Original green cloth.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

127. HUNT, Matthew. The King's Daughter and other poems. London: Elliot Stock, 1895 [1894]. pp. vi, 66. Original blue cloth, nice. Neat ex lib., unopened. Stamped with the author's compliments.
NN in NUC.

128. HUTCHINSON, Thomas. Ballades and other rhymes of a Country Bookworm. London: Stanesby & Co., [Derby printed] 1888. pp. [2], viii, 88, [2]. 8vo. Parchment style wrappers.
Reilly p.237.
Limited edition to 140 copies. Includes a poem entitled "To Andrew Lang".

129. IRWIN, Anne. Combe Flowers: poems. [With an introduction by E. Marriott.] Ilfracombe: John Tait. 1878. 8vo. pp. 86, [2]. Original brown cloth.
Not in NUC. This edition not in BLC. BLC only records a second edition of 1879.

131. [JARMAIN, E?] An Invalid's Pastime: an Offering to the Weeping and the Weary. [By E. J-M-N] London: Wetheim and Mackintosh, [Ipswich printed, 1854.] pp. [2], xii, 228. 8vo. Original blue cloth, sl. damp marks.
Not in NUC.

132. JENKINS, Thomas. Miscellaneous poems. Abergavenny: Rees and Son, 1845. pp. xvi, 143. With a list of subscribers. Original green cloth, nice copy.
CtY in NUC.
Thomas Jenkins of Llanfoist. The Address signed: A. M. Waugh.

133. JENNER, Stephen. The Holy Child: a poem in four cantos, also and ode to silence and other poems. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1867. pp. xix, 288. Original blue cloth.
MH in NUC.
Stephen Jenner, d.1880.

134. JOHNSON, George B. Poems and Sonnets. London: Simpkin Marshall, & Co., [Manchester printed], 1874. pp. xi, [1], 210. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth. Very neat ex lib. with cancelled oval stamp on front free endpaper.
Not in NUC.
George B. Johnson, Congregational Minister.

135. JONES A. Mrs. Poems and Songs, etc. Second edition. Preston: R. Parkinson & Co., [1890.] pp. [10], 103. 8vo. Original brown cloth.
Reilly p. 253. Not in NUC.

136. JONES, Mary Amelia. Life Echoes: a volume of poems, containing the seasons and their children; a drama for twenty reciters; and numerous lyrics. Shifnal: Richard Lowe, [1879]. pp. [2], 112. Half title. Original cloth. Nice copy.
Not in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, p.155.
Preface dated 1879. Includes "Lines composed upon the Opening of the Great Exhibition of 1862."

137. KEIGHLEY, Arthur Montague. The emigrant, and other poems; with short essays on the seasons. London: Bemrose and Sons, [Derby printed] 1866. pp. x, 171, [1]. Original green cloth, vg copy.
Not in NUC.
Arthur Montague Keighley, station master, Bredon.

139. KENNEDY, John. Mother and other poems. Windsor: Thomas E. Luff, 1889. pp. viii, 264. Errata. Glossary. 16mo. Original brown cloth.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

140. KERR, Robert. Maggie o The Moss; and other poems... Edited, with a memoir, by M. ML. Harper. Dalbeattie: T. Fraser, 1891. pp. xxxii, 95. 8vo. Original cloth.
DLC ScU in NUC.
This is number 95 of 275 copies.

142. KINGSTON, F. W. Julians Vision and other poems. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1896. pp. 102. 8ø. Original cloth. Nice copy.

145. LANGTON, William. Sonnett. Original and translations from the Italian. Printed for private circulation by ome his daughters. Manchester: J. E. Cornish, [Edinburgh printed]. 1897. pp. ix, [3], 75. Half title. Front. port. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.

148. LEE, John Walker. Echoes from Derbyshire hillS. Derby: Richard Keene, 1874. pp. viii, 9-114, [8]. Plates. Advts. Original blue cloth, vg copy.
Not in NUC.

149. LEGGE, Arthur Edward John. Wind on the Harp-Strings: poems. London: A. L. Humphreys, 1896. pp. 86. 8vo. Original cloth.
IU, MH, in NUC.
Arthur Edmund John Legge, 1863-1934.

150. LEITH, Emily. Thoughts and Remembrance. Verses. D. Bryce & Son: Glasgow, 1885. pp. ix. 117. 8vo. Original blue cloth, glit dec. Nice copy.
NBuG in NUC.

151. LEONARD, Henry Charles. John the Baptist, an epic poem. In three books. London: J. Clarke & Co., 1880. pp. 71. 8vo. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.

154. LLOLLANDLLAFF, Louis [pseud.] The Llollandllaff Legends. [In verse.] By Louis Llollandllaff. London: Cassell & Co., 1894. pp. 160. 8vo. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.

155. LLOYD, Cecil. Angharad and other verses. London: Privately printed, 1896. pp. 63. 8vo. Original printed brown wrappers.
Not in NUC.

156. LLOYD, F. Montagu. Poems. London: E. Stock, 1900. pp. 21. Half title. 8vo. Original half green cloth, grey cloth boards.
Not in NUC.

157. [LODGE, A.] Forty years ago; a sketch of Yorkshire life: And poems, by A. L. [identified in the dedication as A. Lodge] Huddersfield: Jos Woodhead, 1869. pp. 122, [2]. Original green cloth. Lacks fep.
MH in NUC.

158. LOUD, Clara. The Early Primrose; poems. Canterbury: Henry Chivers, 1859. pp. viii, 96. 8o. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC. L in NSTC.

159. LOUD, Clara. The Ivy Branch: poems. Dover: Harvey and Hemming, 1871. pp. viii, 128. 8o. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

160. LOUD, Clara. The Violet: poems. Canterbury: Printed by Henry Chivers, Published by Thomas Ashenden, 1857. pp. viii, 74. 8o.
Not in NUC. L in NSTC.

161. LOUD, Clara. Wild Rose Buds: poems. Canterbury: R. Austen, 1865. pp. viii, 126. 8o. Original brown cloth.
Not in NUC. L in NSTC.

162. LOUD, Clara. The Woodbine: poems. London: George Manwaring, [Canterbury printed], 1861. pp. viii, 119. 8o. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

163. LOUD, Clara. A Wreath from the Woods: poems. Dover: Batcheller & Co., [Canterbury printed], 1868. pp. viii, 128. 8o. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC. L in NSTC.

165. LUCAS, Winifred M. Fancies and Fragments. London: Printed for the author, 1893. pp. [2], 51, [1]. 8o. With errata slip. Original green cloth. Fine copy.
Not in BLC or NUC.
Winifred M. Lucas, afterwards Le Bailly, b.1867.

166. LUCAS, Winifred M. Fugitives. London and New York: John Lane, 1899. pp. viii, 95, [1]. Half title. Original green cloth.

170. MACFIE, Ronald Campbell. Granite Dust: fifty Poems. London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1892. pp. viii, 106. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Ronald Campbell Macfie, 1867-1931.

171. MACKAY, Charles. The Souls of the Children [A poem]. [Ramsgate: 1869] pp. 4. Single sheet, folded, Disbound.
Charles MacKay, 1814-1889.

172. [MACKENZIE, James.] Mainoc, Eveline, etc. London: Basil Montagu Pickering, 1874. pp. [8], 158. Half title. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.

173. MACKIE, Edmund St. Gascoigne. The Ballad of Pity, and other poems. Bristol: J. W. Arrowsmith, [1892.] pp. 92 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original light blue cloth.
MB in NUC.

174. MACLEOD, John. Elijah; or, The Spiritual Vision. [For Private Circulation]. London: Walter Smith, 1882. pp. [4], ii, [2], 9-80. Original cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the Macleods.
DLC in NUC.

175. MAGUIRE, Tom. Tom Maguire, a remembrance: being a selection from the prose and verse writings of a socialist pioneer. With memoirs [and a portrait]. Manchester: Labour Press Society, Ltd., 1895. pp. 128, [3]. Half title. Contents. 8vo. Original cloth.
Not in NUC.

177. MARSHALL, Emma. A Knight of Our Own Day and other verses. London: Hamilton, Adams, & Co., [1879]. pp. [2], 33. Original red cloth.
MH in NUC.
The poem is about Charles Kingsley. Emma Marshall, nee Martin, 1830-1899.

178. MARSHMAN, Mrs. Gospel Narratives. In verse. Third edition. John F. Shaw and Co., 1894. pp. 132 + advts. Original brown cloth.
Not in BLC or NUC.

179. MARTIN, Henry. Ph‘dra, and other poems. London: John Camden Hotten, 1869 [1868]. 8vo. pp. 77 + advts. Original green cloth.

180. MATHESON, Annie. Loves Music, and other poems. London: Sampson Low & Co., 1894. pp. viii. 94. 8vo.
NIC, CtY CaBVaU in NUC.

181. MATHESON, Annie. The Religion of Humanity and other poems. London: Percial & Co., 1890. pp. xiv, [2], 184. Original blue cloth.
CaBVaU, NjP in NUC.

183. MAXWELL, J. G. Sighs, Smiles and Sketches. [In verse.] London: W. Kent & Co., 1860. 8vo. pp. 199. With a list of subscribers. Original green cloth.
Not in BLC which only records a copy of the `Second Series' published in 1867.

184. MILLER, afterwards PEARSON, Ellen Clare. A Dream of a Garden and other poems. With floral illustrations by W. F. Manchester: M. J. Heywood, 1894. Small 4to. pp. 62, [2]. With colour illustrations. Original blue cloth.

185. MILLS, Edmund James. My Only Child. Poems in her memory. Westminster: A. Constable & Co., [London,] 1895. pp. xiv, [2], 144 + advts. Half title. Inserted leaf. 8vo. Original white cloth.
OU, MH in NUC.
Edmund James Mills, b.1840.

189. MONKMAN, Thomas Jefferson. Lyrics. Marine and rural. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., Hull: A. Brown & Sons, 1885. pp. [6], 112. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

190. MOORE, Clara Sophia Bloomfield (Jessup). Gondaline's Lesson; the Warden's Tale; Stories for Children, and other poems. London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1881. pp. x. 226 + press notices and advts. 8vo. Original grey cloth.
Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 3837.
Mrs. Bloomfield Moore, nee Clara Sophia Jessup, 1824-1899.

191. MORGAN, John. Fairlight Glen, Lovers Seat, and other poems. [With plates.] Hastings: Burfield & Pennells, 1898. pp. 50, [2]. 8vo. Original grey cloth. Nice copy.
NIC in NUC.
John Morgan of St. Leonards.

192. MORISON, afterwards CAMPBELL, Jean. Rifts in the Reek. pp. [8], 323. Half title. Edinburgh: W. Blackwood & Sons, 1898. 8o. Original red cloth, nice copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.

194. MOULTON J. B. Mrs. Bible Poems and Lyrics: from subjects of the Old Testament Scriptures. London: Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1855. [Leeds printed] 12mo. pp. xvi, 166, [2]. Original green cloth. Neat ex lib. Nice copy.
This first edition not in BLC. Not in NUC.

195. MUIR, Hugh. Hamely Echoes from an auld toun. Glasgow: Aird & Coghill, [1899] pp. 218. 8vo. Original blue cloth, a.e.g. Fine copy.
Not in BLC.

196. MUNBY, Arthur Joseph. Verses new and old. London: Bell and Daldy, 1865. pp. [2], vi, 248. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
ICN in NUC.
Arthur Joseph Munby, 1828-1910.

197. MUNRO, Emilia. Rossale: a tale. Ceilia and Nora; or, the Warning; and other pieces in rhyme. Aberdeen: George & Robert King, 1851. pp. xvi, [2], 338. Half title. 8vo. Original red cloth, signs of wear to hinges with a few chips.
TxU in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 3914.

198. MURRAY, Charlotte. Eon the Good and other poems. London: James Nisbet & Co., Ltd., 1896. pp. viii, 125. Half title. Frontis. White cloth.
Not in NUC.
Charlotte Murray, 1843-1907.

199. MYERS, Ernest James. The Puritans. [A drama in one act and in verse.] London: MacMillan and Co., 1869. pp. 48. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Ernest James Myers, 1844-1921.

201. NADEN, Constance C[aroline] W[oodhill]. Songs and Sonnets of Springtime. London: Kegan Paul, and Co., 1881. xii,171,[1]p. Half title. Original light blue cloth.
NjP only in NUC.

202. [NAEGELY, Henry.] The Mummer, and other poems. By Henry Ga‰lyn [pseud.] London: E. Stock: London, 1895. pp. 51. Half title. 8vo. Original half white parchment, grey boards.
Not in NUC.

203. NEIL, Ross pseud. [i.e. Miss Isabella Harwood.] Elfinella; or, Home from Fairyland. Lord and Lady Russell. [Plays.] London: Ellis and White, 1876. pp. [8], 260, [3]. Half title. Advts. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Nice copy.

204. [NESBIT, E[dith]. Lays and Legends (First series). Third edition. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1892. viii,197,[1]p. + 24p. publishers catalogue. Half title. Original blue cloth, gilt dec., nice copy.
CBEL 3. 641.
Edith Nesbit, afterwards Bland, 1858-1925.

205. NEVILE, Maria Mrs. and NEVILE, Charles. The Cross, and Verses of many years, etc. Oxford: James Parker and Co., 1870. 8vo. pp. xii, 416. Original blue cloth. Neat ex lib. Inscribed presentation copy from the author Maria Nevile.
Not in NUC.

206. NORTON, John Bruce. Memories of Merton. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1861. pp. x, [2], 158, [2]. 8vo. Original purple cloth.
CtY in NUC.
John Bruce Norton, 1815-1883. Merton College, Oxford.

207. NORTON, John Bruce. Memories of Merton. [Third edition.] Additional sonnets, notes and illustrations. Madras: C. D'Cruiz, 1868. pp. [8],xv, [1], 195, [1]. 8vo. Original purple cloth.
MH in NUC.
John Bruce Norton, 1815-1883. Merton College, Oxford.

210. O'NEILL, Moira. pseud. [i.e. Nesta Higginson, afterwards Skrine.] Songs of the Glens of Antrim. x.61p. Half title. Edinburgh & London: W. Blackwood & Sons, 1900. 8ø. Original red cloth spine.
CBEL 3. 1910.

211. ORTON, Francis. An essay upon the action of an Orator... being the metrical version of an old English translation from the French of S. Foucher. Altrincham, Printed by Thomas Balshaw, 1848. pp. vi, 106. Original cloth, sl. wear.
Not in NUC. Not in BLC.

212. PANTON, Jane Ellen. One Year in His Life and other poems. London: Cecil Brooks & Co., 1880. pp. [4], 120, [4]. Original green cloth.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.
Jane Ellen Panton, 1843-1923.

213. PARDIO, [pseud.] The White Africans. [In verse.] By Pardio. Tinsley Brothers: London, 1879. pp. vii. 86. Half title. 8vo. Original red cloth.
MH in NUC.

214. [PARKIN, John.] Classic Sheffield: a sketch [in verse]. By a Smoke Burner. Sheffield: J. Pearce, Jun. [1855?] pp. 39. 12mo. Original printed wrappers, dusty.
Not in NUC.

215. PARRY, John. Myfyrdod mewn mynwent, etc. [Meditations in a churchyard]. Bala: Robert Saunderson, 1855. pp. 17. with
PARRY John. Meditations in a churchyard. Translated from the Welsh by Mr. Ebenezer Thomas, etc. Bala: Robert Saunderson, 1855. pp. 12. Original cloth, vg copy.
John Parry, of Llaneilian. Translated at the request of Thomas Edwards, Ironmonger, Chester.
Not in NUC.

216. PARSONS, Mrs Letitia. Hymns and Poems, on various subjects, composed under a long series of affliction and deprivation of sight. Second edition. London: Houlston & Stoneman, 1852. pp. 101 [3]. Half title. Advts. Original cloth. Nice copy.
This edition not in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, p.217.
Letitia Parsons, 1744-1806. "She became blind at about the age of 30 and claimed to have begun writing verse because of her blindness." This "Second edition" published so many years after the first has a new semi-biographical preface signed "J.P."

218. PHILLIPS, Susan K. On the seaboard and other poems. Second Edition. pp. xiv, 240. Half title. London: Macmillan and Co., 1879. 16mo. Original green cloth.
ScU in NUC.

219. PHILLIPS, Susan K. Told in a Coble and other poems. Leeds: J. S. Fletcher & Co., 1884. pp. iii-xiv, [2], 147, [1]. Half title. 8vo. Original cloth, nice copy.
Not in BLC. ScU, MB, NBuG in NUC.

220. [PITCAIRN, Janet Wyld.] The Shepherd, and other verses. By J. W. P. pp. 102. Half title. Edinburgh & London: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, [1889.] 8o. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.
With a manuscript poem on 3 sides signed `J. W. P.'

221. PLUMPTRE, Edward Hayes. Master and Scholar etc. etc. London and New York: Alexander Strahan, 1866. pp. viii, 229, [3]. Half title. Original green cloth.
Edward Hayes Plumbtre, 1821-1891. To the Memory of John Keble.

224. PROBYN, May. Pansies. A book of poems. pp. [8] 65. Half title. Advts. London: E. Mathews, 1895. 8o. Original blue cloth.
DLC, CaBVaU, NNC in NUC.

225. PUNSHON, William Morley. Sabbath Chimes; Meditations in verse for the Sundays of a year... London: James Nisbet & Co., 1867. pp. [8], 208. 8vo. Original red cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
RPB, NNUT in NUC for the fourth thousand.
William Morley Punshon, 1824-1881.

226. PURCHAS, John. The Priests Dream: an allegory. [In verse.] Cambridge: Macmillan and Co., 1856. pp. 18. 8o. Disbound.
CtY in NUC.
John Purchas, 1823-1872.

227. RAGG, Frederick William. Sonnets and other Poems. London: Rivington, Percival & Co., 1895. 103p. Half title. 8ø. Original green cloth.
Frederick Willam Ragg, vicar of Masworth.

228. RAMSBOTTOM, Joseph. Phases of Distress: Lancashire rhymes. By J. Ramsbottom. Edited by 'a Lancashire Lad' (J. Whittaker) Manchester: John Heywood, 1864. pp. [6], 105. 12mo. Original green cloth, nice copy.
ICN, RPB, MH, NIC in NUC.

229. RAMSDEN, Charles Henry. Poems (chiefly sacred). London: William Macintosh, 1868. pp. vi, [2], 152. Errata. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.
Charles Henry Ramsden, vicar of Chilham, Kent.

230. RATHMELL, Michael. Spring Blossoms and Autumn Leaves. A collection of poems. Leeds: Fred. R. Spark, 1886. pp. xv, [1],144. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
TxU in NUC.
Michael Rathmell a 'Leeds Working Man'.

231. REALF, Richard. Guesses at the Beautiful. Poems... With a preface... by C. De la Pryme. Brighton: Robert Folthorp, 1852. pp. xxii, 141, [8]. Half title. Advts. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Richard Realf, 1834-1878.

232. RICKARDS, Marcus Samuel Cam. Music from the Maze. [Poems.] London: Printed for the Author, 1899. pp. vii. 168 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original white cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
TxU in NUC.
Marcus Samuel Cam Rickards, 1840-1928.

233. RIETHMšLLER, Christopher James. Early and Late Poems. London: G. Bell & Sons: 1893. pp. viii, 131, [1]. Half title. 8vo. Original red cloth.
CtY in NUC.
Christopher James Riethmller, d.1895.

234. ROBINSON, afterwards DARMESTETER, afterwards DUCLAUX, Agnes Mary Francis. Retrospect, and other poems. The Cameo Series. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1893. pp. vii. 88. Original half white parchment, grey boards.
Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 1613.
Agnes Mary Francis Robinson, 1857-1944.

235. ROBINSON, afterwards NEWTON-ROBINSON, Charles Edmund. Ver Lyr‘. Selected poems... with seven new lyrics. London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1896. pp. 135. 8vo. Original grey cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.

236. [ROCKLIFF, R?] Versicles, from the Portfolio of a Sexagenarian. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, [Liverpool printed], 1862. pp. viii, 169, [5]. Advts. 16mo. Original blue cloth, gilt dec. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in NUC.

237. RODD, Rennell. The Violet Crown and songs of England. London: David Stott, 1891. pp. vi, [2], 158p. Frontis. 8ø. Original blue cloth. Nice copy.

238. RUSSELL, Hon. Francis Albert Rollo. Break of Day, and other poems. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1893. pp. 133. Half title. 8vo. Original grey cloth.
IU CU in NUC.
Francis Albert Rollo Russell, 1849-1914.

239. RUTTER, J. Gordon Songs and Sonnets. With notes historical and biographical, written 1884-5. London: E. Stock, 1887. pp. xvi, 151. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

240. S., L. Edie, the Little Foundling; and other poems. By L. S. London: Digby & Long: London, n.d. [1891.] pp. 80. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.

241. SABINE, Charles. Wild Thyme. Third edition augmented. London: W. Yapp, 1857. pp. [2], 191. Half title. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.

242. SAVILE, William Hale. Poems. Oxford: B. H. Blackwell, 1897. pp. viii, 59, [3]. Half title. Original half parchment, blue cloth boards.
Not in NUC.

243. SAVILL, Stanley. Songs by the Way. London: Bradley, Shiner & Co., [1892.] pp. [6], 66. Errata. 8vo. Original half brown cloth, red cloth boards.
Not in NUC.

244. [SAYLE, Charles E.] Wiclif: an historical drama [in five acts.] Oxford: J. Thornton: Oxford, 1887. pp. 154, [6]. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Charles E. Sayle, 1864-1924.

246. SENIOR, Joseph. Smithy Rhymes and Stithy Chimes, or the short and simple annals of the poor spelt by the unlettered muse of your humble bard. Sheffield: Leader and Sons, 1882. pp. xvi, 87,[1]. Enlarged edition with Additional Poems to Smithy Rhymes and Stithy Chimes. Sheffield: Leader and Sons, 1884. pp. 24. Original blue cloth.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.
With a photo of the author inserted on the inside fep inscribed and signed by him, 1884.

247. SEWELL, Mary Mrs. Mothers Last Words, and other ballads. London: Jarrold and Sons, n.d. [1876?] pp. 111 + advts. 16o. Original cloth.
CLU in NUC.
Mary Sewell nee Wright, 1797-1881.

248. SEWELL, Mary Mrs. Stories in verse for the Street and Lane: being the second series of "Homely Ballads for the Working Man's Fireside." London, 1863. pp. 128. 8vo. Original limp cloth.
The BLC lists a copy dated 1861.

250. SHAW, Alfred Capel. Poems. Redruth: F. Tregaskis, 1874. pp. viii, 112. Half title. 16mo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.
Alfred Capel Shaw, 1847-1918. Includes a poem entitled "To Keats".

251. SHELLEY, William. Flowers by the Wayside [Poems] Aberdeen: John Adam, 1868. pp. xii, 308. Half title. 16mo. Original green cloth, vg copy.
Not in NUC.

253. SIMPSON, Fisher. Mirth, Manners, Maxim, and Men. Beiong a series of miscellaneous poems, comic, satirical and serious. London: Houlston & Sons, [Leicester printed, 1876]. pp. 126,[1]. Original blue cloth, nice copy.
ScU in NUC.

255. SKELTON, Eliza. A Voice around: or, God in every thing. [In prose and verse.] London: Dean & Son, [1867.] pp. iv. 252. Errata slip. 8vo. Original purple cloth.
MH in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 4963 (2nd edition).

256. SLIPPER, Thomas John Robert Armine. Paulinus: or, the Conversion of Northumbria. An historical poem. Norwich: W. A. Nudd: 1892. pp. 147. Half title. List of subscribers. Errata. 8vo. Original red cloth.
Not in NUC.

257. SLOW, Edward. Humourous West Countrie Rhymes. Containing Tha Wiltshire Moonrakers, The Puzzled Voter, Meaken out the Zenus Peaper, and an amusing prose sketch, entitled... Tha Poachin Case. Salisbury: R. R. Edwards, [c.1899.] pp. 36, [4]. Advts. 8vo. Original printed wrappers, nice copy.
NcD in NUC. Not in BLC which only records a copy of Humourous West Countrie Tales. By the author of Wiltshire Rhymes.

259. SMYTH, John. Notes on Cornwall and North Devon. Rhyming Records of recent rambles. pp. 108. Half title. Hitchin: Paterson and Hales, [Royston printed], 1877. 8o. Original cloth, aeg. Fine copy. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.

260. SOMERVILLE, George W. Sedan and other poems. Carlisle: Hudson Scott & Sons, 1871. pp. 144. Original green cloth, shaken.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

263. STANDING, James. Echoes from a Lancashire Vale and other selections from the works of... Todmorden: R. Chambers, n.d. [c.1880] pp.120. Original red cloth, nice copy.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.
James Standing, of Todmorden, 1848-1878.

264. STEDMAN, Edmund Clarence. Lyrics and Idylls, with other poems. London: C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1879. pp. xiii, [1], 238 + advts. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Edmund Clarence Stedman, 1833-1908.

265. STEWART, William James. Scattered Leaflets. [In verse.] London: Whittaker & Co., 1873. pp. [2], vi, 119. Half title. 8vo. Original brown cloth.
Not in NUC.
William James Stewart of Exeter College, Oxford.

266. STOKES, Henry Sewell. The Chantry Owl, and other verses; being a revised edition of "Poems of Later Years". With additions. London: Longmans & Co., 1881. pp. vi, 199. 8vo. Original red cloth.
NIC, CU, MH, CaBVaU in NUC.
Henry Sewell Stokes, 1808-1895.

267. [STORY, Robert Herbert.] Poems by a Parson. London: Hurst & Blackett, 1863. pp. [10], 121, [1]. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
Not in NUC.
Robert Herbert Story, 1835-1907.

268. STOWELL, Hugh. The Pleasures of Religion; with other poems. Manchester: William Bremner, [1860]. pp. vi, [2], 108, [4]. 8vo. Original red cloth, vg copy.
Not in NUC.
Hugh Stowell, Canon of Chester, 1799-1865.

269. STUBBS, Charles William. The Conscience, and other poems. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co., 1884. pp. 58. Half title. 8vo. Original white parchment.
Charles William Stubbs, Bishop of Truro, 1845-1912.
Not in NUC.

270. SWANN, George. The Autumn Wreath: a selection of original poetry. Stafford; J. Halden, 1869. pp. [6], 96. 8vo. Original purple limp cloth.
Not in NUC. Reilly p. 428.

271. SYMINGTON, Andrew James. Harebell Chimes; or Summer Memories and Musings. [Poems.] Second edition. London:Longman, Green, Longman, & Brothers, 1862. pp. xii, 252. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.
CtY in NUC.
Andrew James Symington, b.1825.

273. TATTERSHALL CASTLE. Stanzas to Tattershall Castle; with topographical and chronological annotations. Horncastle: D. Cussons, 1840. pp. 20. 12ø. Recent grey wrappers. Tears neatly repaired.
Not in NUC.

275. THOM, James. The Pleasures of Home and other poems. Edinburgh: R. W. Hunter, 1894. pp. xii, 190. Half title. Original cloth.
CtY, TxU in NUC.

276. THOMAS, John. The Gateway of Life, and other poems and hymns. Liverpool: H. Young & Sons, 1899. pp. 138. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.
John Thomas, Minister of Catherine Street Presbyterian Church, Liverpool.

278. TILT, Julia. Arundel Castle, and other poems. London: E. Churton, 1849. pp. xii,[2],146. 8ø. Original red cloth. Aeg.
Not in NUC.

279. TOWNDROW, Richard Francis. A Garden, and other poems. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. pp. 92. Half title. Original grey boards, white spine.
Inscribed presentation copy from the author.

280. TOYNBEE, William. On Oaten Flute, and other versicles. London: H. J. Glaisher, 1899. pp. vi, [2], 64. Half title. 8vo. Original half white cloth, blue cloth boards.
Not in NUC.

282. TWEDDELL, George Markham. A Hundred Masonic Sonnets illustrative of the principles of the craft, etc. Stokesley, Yorkshire; Published by the Author, 1887. pp. viii, 104, [8]. With a list of subscribers. Advts. 8vo. Original blue cloth, nice copy.
NBuG in NUC.
George Markham Tweddell, born 1832.

284. TYRWHITT, Richard Saint John. Battle and After. Concerning Sergeant Thomas Atkins, Grenadier Guards, with other verses. London and Edinburgh: Macmillan and Co., 1889. xiv,95,[3]p. Half title. Advts. 8ø. Original blue cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Contains a poem entitled `A Photograph'.

286. VELEY, Margaret. A Marriage of Shadows, and other Poems... With biographical preface by Leslie Stephen. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1888. pp. xxvi. 149. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 5557.
Margaret Veley, 1843-1887.

287. VICARY, M. Pencillings in Poetry; a series of poems. London: Arthur Hall, Virtue, and Co., 1857. pp. xv, [1], 224 + advts. Errata slip. Original green cloth.
CtY in NUC.

288. W., E. H. Sonnets and other poems. By E. H. W. London: Walton and Maberly, 1864. pp. [4], iv, 112. Half title. 8vo. Original brown cloth.
NcD in NUC.

289. WALTERS, Edmond. The Pearl of Anjou, and other poems. London: Alexander & Shepheard: London, 1884. pp. iv. 187. 8vo. Original blue cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
CLSU in NUC.

290. WALTON, Elisha. Ballads and Miscellaneous Verses... Authors edition. Allbut & Daniel: Hanley, 1898. pp. [10], 134. Front. 8vo. Original blue cloth, nice copy.
Not in NUC.

291. WATKINS, Charles Frederick. The Twins of Fame: or, Wellington and Buonaparte. A national poem. Northampton: Mark Dorman, 1854. pp. iv, 76. Original blue cloth, aeg, nice copy..
Not in NUC.
Charles Frederick Watkins, 1793-1873.

292. WELLER, Jane Jewell. Poems. London: John F. Shaw, 1865. pp. iv, 48. List of subscribers. 12mo. Original blue cloth.
Not in NUC.
The list of subscribers includes G. Leveson Gower.

293. WESTCOMBE, A. L. Leaves from the Banks of Severn. [In verse.] London: Partridge & Co., [1880.] pp. [6], 148. Front. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
PHC, PSC-Hi in NUC.

294. WHITE, James. The Seasons and miscellaneous Poems... Second edition... enlarged. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co.; [Wellington printed], 1886. pp. 156. Photo. port. 8vo. Original cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in NUC.
James White, Vicar of Oakengates, Shropshire.

295. WHITTAKER, Joseph. All in a Life. Poems. St. Annes-on-the-Sea: W. H. & F. E. Spring, 1900. pp. 120. Last 2 leaves are opinions of the press. 8vo. Original red cloth, nice copy.
Not in NUC.

296. WILKINSON, J. Rantin' Rovin' Robin! The tale of a Burns celebration. A poem-story. Greenock: James M'Kelvie & Sons, 1897. pp.26, [10]. Half title. Original embossed card covers.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC.

297. (WILLING OFFERING.) A Willing Offering. [In verse.] London: James Nisbet and Co., 1863. pp. viii, 106. Errata slip. Original green cloth.
Listed anonymously in BLC. Not in NUC.

298. WILLOUGHBY, Eliza Mary. On the North Wind, Thistledown. [Poems.] London: Henry S. King and Co., 1874. pp. 251 + advts. 8vo. Original cloth.
Not in NUC.
Eliza Mary Willoughby nee Middleton, d.1922.

299. WILSON, Lisa. Verses. London: Bliss & Sands, 1896. pp. 111. Half title. 8vo. Original blue cloth.
GU in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 5886.
Lisa Wilson is a pseud. for Christina Grey.

300. [WINDLE, Catherine Jane.] Etchings from nature. By C. J. W. Bath: Simms and Son, 1853. pp. x, 228. Half title. Errata. 8vo. Original green cloth. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.
Not in NUC. Author not identified in BLC.

301. WINN, Henry. Shadows of the Past. Horncastle: Printed by Watson Joll, 1883. 10p. Original printed card covers, as issued.
Not in NUC.

302. [WINSCOMBE, John Cave.] Isoe, and other poems. By Cave Winscom [pseud.] London: B. M. Pickering, 1871. pp. [4], ii, 105. Half title. 8vo. Original green cloth.

303. WOODHOUSE, Samuel. The Queen of the Humber, or legends historical, traditional, and imaginary. Relating to Kingston-upon-Hull. A poem in ten cantos. Hull: M. C. Peck & Son., 1884. pp. [8], 223, [1]. Half title. Inscribed presentation copy from the author. Original green cloth, fine copy.
Not in BLC. WaPS in NUC.

304. WOODS, Margaret L[ouisa]. A‰romancy and other poems. London: Elkin Matthews, 1896. pp. 40. Half title. Printed wrappers.
CBEL 3. 1083.
Margaret Louisa Woods nee Bradley, 1856-1945.

306. [WORDSWORTH, E[lizabeth]. In Doors and Out. Poems. pp. x. 131. [3]. Half title. Errata slip. London: Hatchards, 1881. 8o. Original green cloth.
CtY in NUC.

309. WRIGHT, George Robert Nicol. Lyric Leaflets shed in early spring. London: Simpkin, Marshall & Co., 1866. pp. xv, [1], 63, [1]. 8vo. Original green cloth.
MB in NUC.
George Robert Nicol Wright, 1821-1900.

310. WYATVILLE, George. Victoria: Regina et Imperatrix, and other poems. Birmingham: Cornish Bros., 1897. pp. iv, 124. Errata slip tipped in on p. 1.12mo. Original boards.
CtY in NUC.

312. WYNNE, Shirley. Argentine, and other poems. London: Elliot Stock, 1880. pp. viii, 68. Half title. Original blue cloth.
Not in BLC. Not in NUC. Not in Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900.

313. YOUNGS, Ella Sharpe. The Apotheosis of Antinos, and other poems. London: Kegan Paul & Co., 1887. pp. viii. 213 + opinions of the press. Half title. Front. port. 8vo. Original grey cloth.
CtY in NUC. Davis and Joyce, Poetry by Women to 1900, no. 6014.
Dedicated to Percy Bysshe Shelley.

314. ALEXANDER, R. Jocelyn. Ishmael. University of Oxford, prize poem on a sacred subject, 1875-78. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton and Son, 1878. pp. 11. Printed wrappers.

315. ALEXANDER, William. The waters of Babylon. A prize poem. Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1860. pp.15. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

316. AMCOTTS, Vincent. Lalla Rookh: an Oriental extravaganza. Founded on Moore's Poem. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton & Son, 1866. pp. 48. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

319. BURGON, J. W. The Day of the Duke's funeral. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton, n.d. pp. 8. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

320. BURGON, John W. A Century of Verses in Memory of the Reverend, the President of Magdalen College... Oxford: John Henry Parker, 1855. 4to. Wrappers. Inscribed presentation copy from the author.

321. CAFFIN, B. C. Sinai. A poem. University of Oxford Prize poem an a sacred subject, 1866. Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1866. pp. 14 [2]. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

322. CH. CH. BESIEGED. Ch. Ch. Besieged! A parody on Macaulay's "Horatius." Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton and Son, 1877. pp. 11. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

323. CH. CH. HOAX. Ch. Ch. Hoax. A poem. By an eyewitness. Oxford: T. Shrimpton, 1877. pp. 7. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

324. CHOICE OF HERCULES. Choice of Hercules. Dedicated to Undergraduates. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton & Son, 1878. pp. 24. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

325. DIXON, R. W. St. John in Patmos. The prize poem on a sacred subject, for 1863. Oxford: T. & G. Shrimpton, [1863] pp. 22. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

326. EPISTLE TO A PROFESSOR. An Epistle to a Professor on the Characters of Dons: in imitation of Pope's Second Epistle on the Characters of Women. By An Oxford Undergraduate. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton and Son, n.d. pp. 12. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

327. GARRETT, Mark. "Pour Les Pauvres." A poem. Oxford: T. Shrimpton & Son, 1876. pp. 26. Printed wrappers.

328. GERTURDES LOVE. Gertrude's Love: a legend of Gloucester Hall. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton and Sons, 1874. pp. 38. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

329. KING ALFRED. King Alfred contemplating Oxford at the present day. (A rejected Newdigate for the year 1856 - in three fyttes.) Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1859. pp. 40. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

330. LARS PORSENNA. Lars Porsenna. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton and Son, n.d. pp. 7. Printed wrappers.

331. MORICE, Francis David. The Bee. Virgil's Fourth Georgic, in Rhyming Verse. Oxford: T. Shrimpton & Son, 1872. pp. 30. Printed wrappers.

332. MY FIRST WINE. My First Wine and what came of it. A story of Oxford life. Oxford: T. Shrimpton & Son, 1875. pp. 31. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

333. NEMESIS. Nemesis. The Sad Fate of Pitta, the Aesthete and other poems. Oxford: A. Thos. Shrimpton and Son, n.d. pp. 16. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

334. OUR UNANIMOUS MEETING. A Reply to a pamphlet intitled 'Our Unanimous Meeting' including a succinct description of the demeanour of various personages not seated on the platform etc. [In verse] Oxford: James Thornton, 1878. pp. 8. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

335. OUR UNANIMOUS MEETING. Our Unanimous Meeting, or the Row in the Corn Exchange, giving a full account of A 'Loyal' and 'Patriotic' gathering, assembled on February 9th, to support Lord B--c-nsf--ld and containing correct reports of speeches by Mr. H--l, MP, Sir H. D. W---f, MP, etc. [In verse] Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton, 1873. pp. 14. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

336. OXFORD ARS POETICA. The Oxford Ars Poetica; or, How to Write a Newdigate. Oxford: Franis Macpherson, 1853. pp. 38. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

337. PEARSON, C. H. The Death of Jacob. The prize poem on a sacred subject for 1857. Oxford: W. Mansell, 1857. pp. 15. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

338. PEILE, Walter O. Genneresareth. University of Oxford, prize poem on a sacred subject, 1872. Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton & Son, 1872. pp. 16. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

 

339. PUZZLEPATE, Jedediah [pseud.] Uniomachia or The Battle at the Union an Homeric fragment. Lately given to the World by Habbakukius Dunderheadius. Oxford by J. Wright, 1833. pp. 8. Stitched as issued.
Not in BLC.

340. SCIRE FACIAS. Scire Facias: a dialogue between a coloured and a country gentleman. Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1870. pp. 32. Printed wrappers.

341. SHEPPARD, John G. St. Paul at Athens: a poem which obtained the University Prize for "the best poem on a sacred subject." Oxford, 1851. Oxford: Francis Macpherson, 1851. pp. 19. Printed wrappers.

342. SIEGE OF OXFORD. The Siege of Oxford. Fragments from the second book of the "Nova Aeneis." Oxford: Francis Macpherson, 1852. pp. 7. Printed wrappers.

343. TAFFY, S. P. O. T. [pseud.] Taffy's Soliloquy on "The Characters of Dons." Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton and Son, 1871. pp. 11. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

344. VOX NOVA. Vox Nova. Dedicated to the editors of Oxford "Waifs and Strays." Oxford: A. Thos. Shrimpton, 1881. pp. 30. 4to. Printed wrappers, neat ex. lib.
Not in BLC.

345. WHITE, John. The Day of Pentecost. University of Oxford, prize poem on a sacred subject, 1869. Oxford: T. and G. Shrimpton, 1869. pp. 15. Printed wrappers.
Not in BLC.

IN PROSE

"PRIMROSE PUDDING" OF WORDSWORTH AND
"MILK AND WATER" OF TENNYSON
346. [MALLOCK, W. H.] Every Man his own poet, or, the inspired singer's recipe bool. By a Newdicagte Prizeman. Second edition, enlarged. London: Whittaker & Co., Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton & Son, 1873. pp. 31. Printed wrappers.
An amusing essay on poetry-writing with commentary, entirely irreverant, on Swinburne and Wordsworth: "Thus Mr Sw*nb*rne uses very little else but animal matter in the compostion of his dishes...whilst Mr Wordsworth, on the contrary, confined himself almost exclusivley to the confection of primrose pudding.." With references to the "milk and water" of Tennyson and "the vegetable matter" of Shelley. One section is entitled "How to make an epic poem like Mr. T*nn*s*n" and similar treatments are accorded to Matthew Arnold, Robert Browning, the Pre-raphaelites, the Spasmodics and the work concludes with instruction how to make "A satanic popem like the late Lord Byron."

347. [MALLOCK, W. H.] Every Man his own poet, or, the inspired singer's recipe bool. By a Newdicagte Prizeman. Third edition, enlarged. London: Whittaker & Co., Oxford: Thos. Shrimpton & Son, 1877. pp. 31. Printed wrappers.

 

 

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