14 June 2006
SHELLEY, Percy B. Shelley and Mary. Ed. by Sir Percy Florence and Lady (Jane) Shelley. N.p.: For Private Circulation, 1882.
4 volumes in 3, 8o. 19th-century half mottled calf (joints slightly rubbed).
FIRST EDITION,a copy on ordinary paper, with the inserted leaves as detailed by Wise but with leaf leaf containing p. 611 not removed. With the text of a letter from Shelley to Southey copied in manuscript by Lady Shelley inserted between pp. 556-7 and with 3 pages of manuscript notes by Lady Shelley about Shelley's separation from Harriet, dated 21 December 1885, at beginning of vol. 1. A few manuscript notes by Lady Shelley are found in the text. Ashley V, p. 93. (3)
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