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[POE, Edgar Allan--Periodical contributions]. "Some Words with a Mummy," "Valley of Unrest," and "The City in the Sea," in The American Review, No. IV, New York, April, 1845. 8o. Original printed wrappers (spine worn). Three contributions by Poe in this issue: the first work is the first printing of the poem; the others first appeared in Poems (1831), "The City in the Sea" under the title "The Doomed City." Heartman & Canny, p. 101 and 146. -- POE. "To -- -- --. Ulalume: A Ballad," in The American Review, No. XXXVI, New York, December, 1847. 8o. Original printed wrappers; slipcase. First printing of "Ulalume" appears on pp. 599-600. Heartman & Canny, p. 146.

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[POE, Edgar Allan--Periodical contributions]. "Some Words with a Mummy," "Valley of Unrest," and "The City in the Sea," in The American Review, No. IV, New York, April, 1845. 8o. Original printed wrappers (spine worn). Three contributions by Poe in this issue: the first work is the first printing of the poem; the others first appeared in Poems (1831), "The City in the Sea" under the title "The Doomed City." Heartman & Canny, p. 101 and 146. -- POE. "To -- -- --. Ulalume: A Ballad," in The American Review, No. XXXVI, New York, December, 1847. 8o. Original printed wrappers; slipcase. First printing of "Ulalume" appears on pp. 599-600. Heartman & Canny, p. 146.

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POE, Edgar Allan. "Manuscript Found in a Bottle," in: The Gift: A Christmas Present and New Year's Present for 1836. Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, [1835]. 8o. Original publisher's crimson roan, decorated in blind on cover, gilt-lettered on spine, edges gilt, stamp-signed "Gaskell" at center panels (a little wear to extremities). FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE. Contains the first book appearance of "Manuscript Found in a Bottle" (pp. 67-87). BAL 16126; Heartman & Canny, pp. 36-37. -- "William Wilson," in: The Gift: A Christmas Present and New Year's Present for 1840. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, [1839]. 8o. Original publisher's gilt-decorated dark morocco, edges gilt (some wear). FIRST EDITION. Contains the first printing of "William Wilson" (pp. 229-253). BAL 16130; Heartman & Canny, p. 47. -- "Eleanora. A Fable," in: The Gift: A Christmas and New Year's Present for 1842. Philadelphia: Carey & Hart, [1841]. 8o. Original publisher's red roan, covers elaborately gilt, edges gilt, stamp-signed "S. Moore Binder Phila" (spine mostly perished, wear). FIRST EDITION. Contains the first printing of "Eleanora" (pp. 154-62). BAL 16135; Heartman & Canny, pp. 68-9. -- "Peruvian Heliotrope.--Devotion," in: The Lady's Book of Flowers and Poetry. Ed. by Lucy Hooper. New York: J.C. Riker, 1846. 8o. Original publisher's gilt-decorated pebble-grained morocco, edges gilt (spine ends and edges worn). Contains Poe's short poem "Peruvian Heliotrope" on p. 225.

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