GRAHAM, Rev. John. Poems, Chiefly Historical. Belfast: Stuart and Gregg, 1829. 8o (205 x 125 mm). Engraved dedication (some light spotting). Contemporary dark blue calf, covers with wide gilt border, spine gilt and gilt-lettered, gilt edges concealing a fore-edge painting of KILLARNEY, bound by Barns of Belfast, with binders ticket on upper doublure (covers lightly scuffed, corners bumped). -- [A YOUNG LADY]. Intellectual Sentiments, Explained by the Study of Sensations. London: Reynell, Sons and Wales for Joseph Booker, 1809. 12o (175 x 102 mm). Contemporary straight-grain morocco gilt, yellow watered silk linings, gilt edges concealing a FORE-EDGE PAINTING OF WINDSOR CASTLE, bound by Charles Meyer with his binder's ticket on upper end paper (upper hinge cracked, upper joint lightly rubbed). Provenance: Edward Laurence Doheny (bookplate). Provenance for the above: Estelle Doheny (bookplate; her sale Christie's, 17 October 1988, lot 1324).
[With:] -- [BLENCOWE, Mrs.]. The Casket, A Miscellany Consisting of Unpublished Poems. London: John Murray, 1829. 8o (212 x 130 mm). Contemporary calf gilt, marbled edges concealing a fore-edge painting of a FLORAL DESIGN (joint lightly rubbed). -- Book of the Poets. The Modern Poets of the Nineteenth Century London: Scott, Webster & Geary, 1842. 8o (213 x 130 mm). Engraved title, numerous in-text engraved vignettes (light spotting, staining and browning throughout). Contemporary maroon morocco, covers gilt-stamped and with an urn centerpiece, spine gilt and gilt-lettered, edges gilt concealing a fore-edge painting of ALDEBOROUGH, SUFFOLK (joints rubbed). -- HORATIUS FLACCIUS, Quintus (65 - 8 B.C.). Opera. Edited by H. H. Milman. London: John Murray, 1853. 8o (211 x 141 mm). Title outlined in red, numerous decorative borders in red and black and numerous illustrations (some light marginal spotting). Red levant morocco gilt by Wright, edges gilt concealing a fore-edge painting of the BAY OF SORRENTO (corners lightly rubbed). Provenance: J. L. Claughton (gift inscription in ink dated Nov. 1860). Provenance for the above: Estelle Doheny (bookplates; her sale Christie's, 1 February 1988, lot 574). (5)