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TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (1809-1892). Maud, and other poems. London: Bradbury & Evans for Edward Moxon, 1855. Small 8° (171 x 105mm). Half-title, 8pp. publishers' advertisements dated October 1855 at beginning, one leaf of advertisements at end. (Occasional very light spotting.) Original green cloth, blocked in blind, title in gilt on spine (spine slightly discoloured and lightly bumped at head and foot). Provenance: F.Moor, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, Marine Library, stationary & music warehouse (retailer's blindstamp); William Jerdone Braikenridge (presentation inscription from George Weare Braikenridge, ending 'In memory of a visit to Freshwater. March 28th 1856'). FIRST EDITION. Wise 58.

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TENNYSON, Alfred, Lord (1809-1892). Maud, and other poems. London: Bradbury & Evans for Edward Moxon, 1855. Small 8° (171 x 105mm). Half-title, 8pp. publishers' advertisements dated October 1855 at beginning, one leaf of advertisements at end. (Occasional very light spotting.) Original green cloth, blocked in blind, title in gilt on spine (spine slightly discoloured and lightly bumped at head and foot). Provenance: F.Moor, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, Marine Library, stationary & music warehouse (retailer's blindstamp); William Jerdone Braikenridge (presentation inscription from George Weare Braikenridge, ending 'In memory of a visit to Freshwater. March 28th 1856'). FIRST EDITION. Wise 58.

A.TENNYSON. Poems. London: Bradbury & Evans for Edward Moxon, 1842. 2 vols., small 8° (171 x 105mm). Half-titles, 2pp. publishers' advertisements at back of vol.I. Later green morocco gilt, t.e.g., for Hatchards, within a single cloth slipcase. Provenance: George Goyder (armorial bookplate). FIRST EDITION. Wise 12.

William WORDSWORTH (1770-1850). The Prelude, or Growth of a Poet's Mind; an autobiographical poem. London: Bradbury & Evans for Edward Moxon, 1850. 8° (222 x 142mm). Half-title, 8pp. publishers' advertisements dated November 1850, 1l. advertisements at back. Original purple cloth, blocked in blind, lettered in gilt on spine (spine faded and slightly bumped at head and foot). Provenance: J.W. Rimington Wilson (inscription dated Nov.1850). FIRST EDITION. Ashley VIII, pp.35-6; and nine other works in ten volumes ([John KEBLE (1792-1860)]. The Christian Year. Oxford: 1827. 2 volums; Mathew ARNOLD (1822-1888). Poems... second series. London: 1855. TENNYSON. Idylls of the King. London: 1859; The Princess. London: 1847; ARNOLD. New Poems. London: 1867; Culture and Anarchy. London: 1869; Discourses in America. London: 1889 [inscribed to E.A.Pankhurst by E.Grove]; Poems... second edition. London: 1854; WORDSWORTH. The Poetical Works.. new edition. London: 1832. 4 vols.). (17)
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