cloth, light wear at corners, INSCRIBED BY FERGUSON on front free endpaper: "William Allingham, with Sincere regard, from the Author. Dublin, 31 May 1880," signed by Allingham at top of title-page and with pencilled markings and notes by him on four pages--SCOTT, WILLIAM BELL. A Poet's Harvest Home, London, 1882, pictorial boards, a trifle dust-soiled, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on front free endpaper: "William Allingham from his friend W.B.S. April 1882." Fredeman 56.11; together 3 vols., 12mo & 8vo, original bindings, cloth slipcases, FIRST EDITIONS, PRESENTATION COPIES. Ferguson, poet, scholar, and President of the Royal Irish Academy, was an early leader in the Irish Renaissance; he was a good friend of Allingham's. Scott, like Allingham, was a Pre-Raphaelite associate; his A Poet's Harvest Home is dedicated to D.G. Rossetti. (3) " /> [ALLINGHAM, WILLIAM]. FERGUSON, <I>Sir</I> SAMUEL. Lays of Western Gael, and Other Poems, London, 1865, <I>cloth, tears in outer joints,</I> Ferguson's first book, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR to fellow Irish poet on front flyleaf: "To William Allingham Esq. with Kindest regards. Saml. Ferguson, Dublin. Nov. 1864," with pencilled notes and markings by Allingham on a few pages; Poems, Dublin, and London 1880, <I>cloth, light wear at corners</I>, INSCRIBED BY FERGUSON on front free endpaper: "William Allingham, with Sincere regard, from the Author. Dublin, 31 May 1880," signed by Allingham at top of title-page and with pencilled markings and notes by him on four pages--SCOTT, WILLIAM BELL. A Poet's Harvest Home, London, 1882, <I>pictorial boards, a trifle dust-soiled</I>, INSCRIBED BY THE AUTHOR on front free endpaper: "William Allingham from his friend W.B.S. April 1882." Fredeman 56.11; <I>together 3 vols., 12mo & 8vo, original bindings, cloth slipcases</I>, FIRST EDITIONS, PRESENTATION COPIES. Ferguson, poet, scholar, and President of the Royal Irish Academy, was an early leader in the Irish Renaissance; he was a good friend of Allingham's. Scott, like Allingham, was a Pre-Raphaelite associate; his <I>A Poet's Harvest Home</I> is dedicated to D.G. Rossetti. (3) | Christie's