Lady of the Lake. Shaw & Shoemaker 17858; 19402; 22041; 24437; and 25330. " /> [AMERICAN DRAMA]. KELLY, HUGH. False Delicacy. Boston, 1809 -- BAILLIE, JOANNA. The Family Legend. NewYork, 1810 -- WHITE, WILLIAM CHARLES. The Clergyman's Daughter. Boston, 1810 -- WHITE. The Poor Lodger. Boston, 1811 -- ELLISON, JAMES. The American Captive. Boston, 1812. <I>Together 5 works in one, 12mo, old calf, chip at foot of spine; some browning and spotting, bound with one imperfect play.</I> The final three titles are FIRST EDITIONS. The first title lists among the cast of characters the part of Miss Marchmont played by "Mrs. Poe" (Edgar Allan Poe's mother); the final signature of the second is devoted to Longworth's catalogue of plays. The imperfect play bound in is a fragment of a dramatization of Scott's <I>Lady of the Lake.</I> Shaw & Shoemaker 17858; 19402; 22041; 24437; and 25330. | Christie's