AUSTIN, Alfred. The Golden Age: a satire. London: Robson & Sons for Chapman & Hall, 1871. 8° (189 x 124mm.). Half-title, erratum slip. Original cloth gilt. Provenance: Wolverhampton Grammar School Library (bookplate). - Jones, Ebenezer (1820-1860). Studies of Sensation and Event; Poems. London: Johnson for Charles Fox, 1843. 8° (220 x 137mm.). Half-title. (Some browning). Later green morocco gilt, t.e.g., by Larkins (joints a little rubbed). A large copy of the FIRST EDITION. - BUCHANAN, Robert. The Fleshly School of Poetry. London: Virtue & Co. for Strahan & Co., 1872. 8° (176 x 120mm.). Contemporary half-morocco, original upper wrapper bound-in (extremities slightly rubbed). Provenance: G.M.Young. FIRST EDITION. - THOMPSON, Francis. Sister-songs an offering to two sisters. London: John Lane, 1895. Samll 4° (196 x 160mm.). Title printed in ochre. Frontispiece by Laurence Housman (some light browning). Original green buckram, blocked in gilt from a design by Housman (somewhat faded and soiled). Provenance: J.W.Scott-Macfie (armorial bookplate). - NEVINSON, H.W. The Plea of Pan. London: T. & A. Constable for John Murray, 1901. 8° (192 x 118mm.). Original parchment, yapp fore-edges, blocked in gilt, t.e.g. (spine slightly soiled). Provenance: John Masefield (presentation copy from the author, inscribed and with a related ALS tipped-in, booklabel). - With 17 others of similar interest, all 19th-century, the majority cloth-bound.