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ANON. THE BYRON JOURNAL No. 18. £ 3.00

Contributors include David Seed, Gordon Spence, Caroline Franklin, Ernest Giddey, Joel A. Dando, T.S. Dorsch, Gordon Glegg, Edward Burns. London. The Byron Society. 1990. pp. 144. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 4060

 
ANON. THE BYRON JOURNAL No. 25. £ 3.00

Contributors are John Clubbe, William Christie, Timothy H. Flake, Martin Bidney, Tony Voss, Christine Kenyon Jones, Ralph Lloyd-Jones, Bernard Adams, Innes Merabishvili, & Margot Strickland. London. The Byron Society. 1997. pp. 152. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 21659

 
ANON. THE BYRON JOURNAL No. 27. £ 3.00

Contributors are Simon Bainbridge, M. Byron Raizis, Stephen Cheeke, Graham Pont, Gordon Spence, Andrew Nicholson, Alan Rawes, Priya N. Kisson & Paul Simpson-Housley, Oliver C. Bradbury, & Ashley Chantler. London. The Byron Society. 1999. pp. 148. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 15312

 
ANON. THE BYRON JOURNAL No. 31. £ 3.00

Contributors are John Clubbe, Peter Graham, John Gardner, Philip Shaw, Harriet Jump, Andrew Stauffer, Tony Tyler, Peter Cochran, Jie-ae Yu, Michael Davies, & Hugh Baron & Arthur Crisp. London. The Byron Society. 2003. pp.154. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 9011

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series Vol XXII No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Design of Day’s Saxon by Geoffrey Wakeman; The Text of Heywood’s The Fair Maid of the West by Robert K. Turner; & The Reports of a Press Spy for Robert Harley: New Bibliographical Data for the Reign of Queen Anne. Oxford University Press. 1967. pp. (12), 283 - 375. 4 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 10107

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XVII No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes A Manuscript from Queen Christina’s Library: The Amores of Sigismondo Boldoni by John Sparrow. Oxford University Press. 1962. pp.(10), 281 - 338. 2 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 8325

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series Vol II No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Cathedral Libraries Catalogue by Miss M.S.G. Hands; The Spanish Masquerado: A Problem in Double Edition by Leslie Mahin Oliver; An Examination of the Method of Proof Correction in Lear by Fredson Bowers; & Horace Walpole’s Library by W.S. Lewis. Oxford University Press. 1947. pp. (8), 79. 8vo. Paper wrappers. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society.

Reference: 80613

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series Vol XXII No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes On the Indifferent and One-Way Variants in Shakespeare by E.A.J. Honigman; The Early Editions of A Trick to catch the old one by George R. Proce; & Some Notes on German Heroic Poems in Print by John L. Flood. Oxford University Press. 1967. pp. (12), 189 - 282. 2 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 18358

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series Vol XXIII No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Tolerance in Bibliographical Description by G. Thomas Tanselle; John Dunton and The Works of the Learned by Stephen Parks; & Printing for the Housee of Commons in the Eighteenth Century by Sheila Lambert. Oxford University Press. 1968. pp. (14), 93. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 9992

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol II No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Geneva as a Centre of Early Printing by Victor Scholderer; The Gifts of Elizabethen Pinters to the Library of King’s College, Cambridge by A.N.L. Munby; Some Notes on the Bibliography of Jeremy Taylor by Robert Gathorne-Hardy; & Halliwell-Phillipps and Trinity College Library by the late D.A. Winstanley. Oxford University Press. 1948. pp. (8), 213 - 306, iv. 1 plate 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 9257

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol III No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Kehl Edition of Voltaire by P.H. Muir; & Some Illustrators of Milton’s Paradise Lost (1688 - 1850) (Second Part) by C.H. Collins Baker. Oxford University Press. 1948. pp. (8), 85 - 154. 5 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 50557

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol III No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Printing of the Beaumont and Fletcher Folio of 1647 by Johan Gerritsen; Book-Collecting in the Eighteenth Century: The Library of James West by R. Charles Lucas; & Robert Redman’s Prayers of the Byble by Charles C. Butterworth. Oxford University Press. 1949. pp. (8), 233 - 311, iv. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 25786

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol IV No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Erasmus and his English Patrons by H.W. Garrod; Philip Woodward: Elizabethan Pamphleteer and Translator by G.H. Russell; & Richard Johnson and the Successors to John Newberry by Miss M.J.P. Weedon. Oxford University Press. 1949. pp. (8), 83. 8vo. Paper wrapper.

Reference: 7288

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol IV No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Robert Estienne and his Privileges 1526 - 1550 by A.E. Tyler; Marginalia on Press-corrections in Books of the Early Seventeenth Century by A.K. McIlwraith; Eighteenth-century Press Numbers by Philip Gaskell; & English Pictorial Music Title-pages 1820 - 1885 by A Hyatt King. Oxford University Press. 1950. pp. (8), 225 - 298, (ii), iv. 4 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 6764

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol IX No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes E.Ph.Goldschmidt 1887 - 1954 by R.O. Dougan; The Source of Lily’s Latin Grammar: A Review of the Facts and Some Further Suggestions by C.G. Allen; & A Revised Bibliography of Salmasius’s Defensio regia and Milton’s Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio by F.F. Madan. Oxford University Press. 1954. pp. (8), 75 - 151. Frontis. 8vo. Paper Wrappers.

Reference: 12061

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol IX No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Bibliography of Newspapers and the Writing of History by Stanley Morison; Variants in the First Quarto of The Miseries of Inforst Mariage by Glenn H. Blayney; J.F. Stam, Amsterdam, and English Bibles by A.F. Johnson; & The Ethics of Book Repairs by Anthony Gardner. Oxford University Press. 1954. pp. (10), 153 - 219. 8vo Paper wrappers.

Reference: 8956

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol V No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Notes on English retail Book-Prices 1550 - 1640 by Francis R. Johnson; & The Southouse Text of Arden of Feversham by J.M. Nosworthy. Oxford University Press. 1950. pp. (10), 83 - 157. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 19751

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol V No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes William Leybourn 1626 - 1716 by C.E. Kenney; Notes on English Retail Book-Prices 1480 - 1560 by H.S. Bennett; The Authorship of Mans Mortallitie by P. Zagorin; & Turned Chain-lines by K. POvey & I.J.C. Foster. Oxford University Press. 1950. pp. (14), 159 - 217. 2 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 9178

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol VII No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Early Work of the Foulis Press and the Wilson Foundry by Philip Gaskell; & An American Colonial Calligraphic Sheet of King Charles’s Twelve Good Rules at Dartmuth College Library by Ray Nash. Oxford University Press. June 1952. pp. 10, 77 - 147. Illustrated. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 52388

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol VII No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes British Museum Additional MS.31432. William Lawes’ writing for the Theatre and the Court by John P. Cutts; The First Edition of Shaftesbury’s Moralists by S.F. Whitaker; The Last Years of the Gazetteer by Robert L. Haig; & The Problem of the Variant Forme in a Facsimile Edition by Fredson Bowers. Oxford University Press. December 1952. pp.10, 225 - 299. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 24482

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol VIII No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Purposes of Descriptive Bibliography with Some Remarks on Methods by Fredson Bowers; The First Editions of Your Five Gallants and of Michaelmas Term by George R. Price; & The Genesis of the Term Catalogues by Cyprian Blagden. Oxford University Press. 1953. pp. (10), 62. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 12077

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol VIII No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Religio Bibliographici. Presidential Address by Geoffrey Keynes; Some Observations on The Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers by Curt F. Buhler; & Caroline Lyrics and Contemporary Song-Books by E.F. Hart. Oxford University Press. 1953. pp. (8), 63 - 145. 2 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 8297

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol X No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The English Stock of the Stationers’ Company by Cyprian Blagden; & Nathaniel Thompson, Catholic Printer and Publisher of the Restoration by Leona Rostenberg. Oxford University Press. September 1955. pp. 10, 153 - 231. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 15637

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol X No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Roger Bartlett, Bookbinder by I.G. Philip; The Ferrara Bible at Press by Stanley Rypins; & Wotton’s The Character of a Happy Life by C.F. Main. Oxford University Press. December 1955. pp. 10, 233 - 312. Illustrated. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 27416

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XI No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Samuel Harsnett and Hayward’s Henry IV by W.W. Greg; The Undated Oxford Broadsheet Specimen by J.S.G. Simmons; Pinholes in the 1457 Psalter by K. Povey; & The Later Auction Sales of Thomas Rawlinson’s Library 1727 - 34 by B.J. Enright. Oxford University Press. 1956. pp. (16), 70. 1 plate folded. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 27762

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XI No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Canon of Defoe’s Writings by John Robert Moore; The Types of Christopher Plantin by Harry Carter; The Manuscript and the Quarto of The Roaring Girl by George R. Price; & The Authorship of Articles in Blackwood’s Magazine, Numbers xvii - xxiv (August 1818 - March 1819). Alan Lang Strout. Oxford Univerity Press. 1956. pp. (14), 155 - 229. 1 plate folded. 8vo. Paper wrapper.

Reference: 13492

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XI No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The History of Eton College Library by Robert Birley; Variants in Q1 of A Yorkshire Tragedy by Glenn H. Blayney; & On the Diagnosis of Half-Sheet Impositions by K. Povey. Oxford University Press. 1956. pp. (14), 231 - 309, 14. 10 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 15930

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XII No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes William Barclay Squire 1855 - 1927 Music Librarian by A Hyatt King; An Index of Dedications and Commendatory Verses by Franklin B. Williams; Nathaniel Butter and Nicholas Bourne First Masters of the Staple by Leona Rostenberg; & Notes on Eighteenth-Century British Paper by Philip Gaskell. Oxford University Press. 1957. pp. (12), 80. Frontis. 8vo. Paper warppers.

Reference: 12722

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XIV No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Another View on the Dating of the Missale speciale Constantiense by Curt F. Buhler; The Politics of George Thomason by Lois Spencer; & Christopher Plantin’s Trade-Connexions with England and Scotland by Colin Clair. Oxford University Press. 1959. pp. (14), 80. 8vo. Paper wrapper.

Reference: 190463

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XIV No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Shrewsbury School Library by J.B. Oldham; The Paper-Makers and the Excise in the Eighteenth Century by Rupert C. Jarvis; & Halifax’s The Character of a Trimmer: Some Observations in the Light of a Manuscript from Ickworth by Robert Gathorne-Hardy. Oxford University Press. 1959. pp. (14), 81 - 147. 6 plates 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 14813

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XIV No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Copyright of Elizabethan Plays by Leo Kirschbaum; A Century of Press-figures by K. Povey; & Cadell and Davies and the Liverpool Booksellers by J.R. Barker. Oxford University Press. 1959. pp. (14), 231 - 309. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 26037

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XVI No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Printer’s Chapel in the Plantinian House by Leon Voet; The Evolution of a Book-Form: The Octavo Bible from manuscript to the Geneva Version by M.H. Black; H.G. Wells’s Contributions to the Saturday Review by Gordon N. Ray; & A Bibliographical Study of Middleton and Rowley’s The Changeling by Robert G. Lawrence. Oxford University Press. 1961. pp. (12), 79. 8 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 204147

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XVI No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes John McCreery: A Radical Printer 1768 - 1832 by J.R. Barker; A Bibliographical Account of the Annual Register 1758 - 1825 by William B. Todd; & Notes on the Physical Characteristics of some Manuscripts of the Poems of Donne and of Henry King by Margaret Crum. Oxford University Press. 1961. pp. (12), 81 - 163. Frontis, 1 plate. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 12967

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XVI No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes A Bibliographical History of the Fletcher-Betterton Play The Prophetess 1690 by Fredson Bowers; An Account of the Faustus Ballad by Leba M. Goldstein; & An Ambitious Printing Project of the Early Seventeenth Century by Vivian Salmon. Oxford University Press. 1961. pp. (12), 169 - 249. Illustrated. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 1419

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XVII No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Paper as Bibliographical Evidence by Allan Stevenson; Some Proofs of Johnson’s Prefaces to the Poets by J.D. Fleeman; & The Manuscripts of Jane Austen’s Volume the First by B.C. Southam. Oxford University Press. September 1962. pp. 10, 197 - 280. Illustrated. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 98770

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XVIII No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Pirate and the Tatler by Richmond P. Bond; & On the Printing of Certain Reformation Books by Colin Clair. Oxford University Press. 1963. pp. (12), 257 - 324. 3 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 8984

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XX No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Devices of German Printers 1501 - 1540 by A.F. Johnson; Henry James: Some Bibliographical and Textual Matters by Brian Birch; & Physical and Reference Bibliography by Lloyd Hibberd. Oxford University Press. 1965. pp. (12), 81 - 170, (vi). 4 plates, further illustations in the text. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 13077

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XX No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Printing of Spanish Books in Elizabethan England by Gustav Ungerer; & Samuel Clemens and John Camden Hotten by Dewey Ganzel. Oxford University Press. September 1965. pp. 12, 177 - 258. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 43443

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXI No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Compositorial Practices and the Localization of Printed Books 1530 - 1800 by R.A. Sayce; & London Printers’ Imprints 1800 -1840 by William B. Todd with an Addendum : English Provincial Imprints 1799 -1869 by Paul Morgan. Oxford University Press. 1966. pp. (8), 85. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 21608

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXI No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Bibliography and Historical Linguistics by R.C. Alston; Lambeth Palace Library by Geoffrey Bill; Publications of 1623 by Judith Simmons; & Arthur Warwick (1603/4-1633): the Author of Spare minutes by Karl Josef Holtgen and John Horden. Oxford University Press. 1966. pp. (8), 181 - 268. 2 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 14134

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXII No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Francis Clement’s Petie schole at the Vautrollier Press 1587 by Robert D. Pepper; The Greek Press at Constantinople in 1627 and its Antecedents by R.J. Roberts; An Uncancelled Copy of the First Collected Edition of Swift’s Poems by Margaret Weedon; & An Unpublished Letter from Swift by Paul V. Thompson. Oxford University Press. 1967. pp. (8), 91. 4 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 6801

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXIII No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Some Wiseian Ascriptions in the Wrenn Catalogue by William B. Todd; Athanasius Kircher and the Distribution of His Books by John Fletcher; Treuttel and Wurtz: Some Aspects of the Importation of Books from France C. 1825 by Giles Barber; & Three Unrecorded Issues of Masefield’s Tragedy of Nan by G. Thomas Tanselle. Oxford University Press. June 1968. pp.14, 95 - 388. Illustrated. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 20415

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXIII No 4. £ 5.00

Includes Sir Walter Ralegh’s Library by Walter Oakeshott; & The Use of Type Damage as Evidence in Bibliographical Description by G. Thomas Tanselle. Oxford University Press. 1968. pp. (16), 285 - 375. 4 plates. 8vo. Paper wrapper.

Reference: 54630

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXIV No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes William Davison of Alnwicck, Pharmacist and Printer by Peter C.G. Isaac; & Developments in the Book Trade in Eighteenth-Century Wales by Eiluned Rees. Oxford University Press. 1969. pp. (16), 88. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 14921

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXIV No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Bibliography Revisited by Fredson Bowers; & T.J. Wise as Bibliographer by Simon Nowell-Smith. Oxford University Press. 1969. pp. (16), 89 - 178, (viii). 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 16531

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXIV No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Printing of The Spanish Tragedy by Arthur Freeman; Apercu sur la Fonderie Typographique Parisienne au XVIII Siecle by Jeanne Veyrin-Forrer; & The Diceys and the Chapbook Trade by Victor E. Neuburg. Oxford University Press. 1969. pp. (16), 187 - 276. 2 plates. 8vo Paper wrappers.

Reference: 14458

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXIV No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes George Buchanan’s Latin Poems from Script to Print: A Preliminary Survey by I.D. McFarlane. Oxford University Press. 1969. pp. (16), 277 - 363. 2 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 44022

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXV No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Early Quartos of Heywood’s A Woman Killed With Kindness by K.M. Sturgess; Calderon’s primera and tercera Partes: The Reprints of 1640 and 1664 by D.W. Cruickshank; The Printing of the Votes of the House of Commons 1730 - 1781 by K.I.D. Maslen; & The Library of Thomas Pennant by Eilund Rees & G. Walters. Oxford University Press. 1970. pp. (16), 93 - 185, (vii). 6 plates. 8vo. Paper wrapper.

Reference: 9288

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXV No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Name of Some English Fifteenth-Century Binders by Graham Pollard; The First English Editions of Horace, Juvenal, and Persius by David Shaw; An Epistle for Two by Arthur Freeman; & The Eighteenth-Century London and Westminster Library Societies: A Sequel by Paul Kaufman. Oxford University Press. 1970. pp. (16), 193 - 284. 9 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 11014

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXVI No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Inludes Carew Ralegh’s Copy of Spencer by Walter Oakeshott; Johnson’s Poems: Textual and Critical Readings by A.D. Moody; & The Printing and Publication of Smollett’s Peregrine Pickle by Albert Smith. Oxford University Press. 1971. pp. (12), 90. 10 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 42417

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXVI No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Significance of John Rastell in Early Music Printing by A. Hyatt King; A Sale by Candle in 1608 by Anthony Hobson; & Blake’s Job Copperplates by G.E. Bentley. Oxford University Press. 1971. pp. (12), 197 - 293. 4 plates. 8vo. Paper Wrappers.

Reference: 88138

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXVI No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Correcting in the Slip: The development of Galley Proofs by Geoffrey D. Hargreaves; Oblong Format in Early Music Books by D.W. Krummel; & Hazlitt’s Journal of 1823: Some Notes and Emendations by Stanley Jones. Oxford University Press. 1971. pp. (12), 295 - 371. 1 plate.8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 9049

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fifth Series. Vol XXVII No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Dutch Clandestine Printing 1940 - 1945 by Anna E.C. Simoni; Comparison of Minor Initial Decoration in Thirteenth-Century Manuscripts by Sonia Patterson; A Catalogue of Sixteenth-Century French Poetry by Dudley Wilson; & Wordsworth and the Early Anthologies by N. Stephen Bauer. Oxford University Press. 1972. pp. (16), 80. 10 plates. 8vo. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 7346

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol VIII, No 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Relations between London and Edinburgh Printers and Stationers (-1640) by F.S. Ferguson; Richard Tottell - his Life and Work by H.J. Byrom; Keep the Widow Waking: A lost play by Dekker by Charles Sisson; The Cambridge University Press and John Siberch by George J. Gray; & Cancels and Stubs by R.W. Chapman. Londo. Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press. September 1927. pp. (14), 145 - 272. 4to. Paper wrappers. Partly uncut.

Reference: 16949

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol X No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Bibliography of Sir David Lindsay 1490 - 1555 by Douglas Hamer; The Early Editions of Thomas Dekker’s The Converted Courtezan or The Honest Whore Part 1 by Matthew Baird; The Christian Hero by Richard Steele: A Bibliograhy by Rae Blanchard; James Johnston, First Printer in the Royal Colony of Georgia by Douglas C. McMurtrie; & Travel & Topography in Eighteenth-Century England. Introduction. By G.E. Fussell and Constance Goodman. London. Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press. June 1929. pp. 10, 120. Illustrated. 4to. Paper wrapper. Partly unopened.

Reference: 13015

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XIII. No 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Aims of Bibliography by Stephen Gaselee; Notes on Errata from Books in the Chapin Library by Lucy Eugenia Osbourne; ‘If You Know Not Me, You Know Nobodie’ and The Famous Historie of Sir Thomas Wyat by Mary Forster Martin; Smollett’s Works as Printed by William Strahan with an Unpublished Letter of Smollett to Strahan by Lewis Mansfield Knapp; Travel and Topography in Seventeenth-Century England by G.E. Fussell & V.G.B. Atwater; & Translations for the Elizabethan Middle Class by Louis B. Wright. London. Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press. December 1932. pp. (8), 225 - 336. 4to. Paper wrappers. Partly unopened.

Reference: 12321

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XV. No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Books Illustrated by Albert Durer. Summary of Address by Sir T. Barlow; The Harington Manuscript at Arundel Castle and Related Documents by Ruth Hughey; An Early list of Elizabethan Plays by Giles E. Dawson; Annals of Merchant Taylors’ School Library by R.T.D. Sayle; & Shakespeare and the Reporters by W. Matthews; Alice and the Stationers by W.W. Greg. London. Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press. March 1935. pp. 8, 387 - 510. 4to. Paper wrappers. Partly unopened.

Reference: 45272

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XV. No. 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Philip Chetwind & the Allott Copyrights by Harry Farr; Further Notes on Romanesque Bindings by G.D. Hobson; The First Edition of Gabriel Harvey’s Foure Letters by Francis R. Johnson; Percy’s Relations with Cadell & Davies by Thomas Shearer & Arthur Tillotson; A Note on Queen Elizabeth’s Godly Meditation by Ruth Hughey; Marston Bibliography: A Correction by R.E. Brettle; and A Cancel in an Early Milton Tract by W.R. Parker. London. Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press. September 1934. pp. 6), 129 - 256. 4to. Illustrated. Paper wrapper. Partly unopened.

Reference: 13785

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XXII No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes A List of Type Specimens; English Manuscripts owned by Johannes Vlimmerius and Cornelius Duyn by Neil R. Ker; Some Notes on Crane’s Manuscript of The Witch by W.W. Greg; & Thomson’s Spring: Early Editions True and False by John Edwin Wells. London. Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press. March 1942. pp. 4, 185 - 263. 4to. Paper wrappers. Unopened.

Reference: 17519

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XXV Nos 1, 2. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes Entrance, Licence, and Publication by W.W. Greg; Papers and Documents recently found at Stationers’ Hall by S. Hodgson; Dr William King’s Miscellanies in Prose and Verse by Colin J. Horne; Austrian Monastic Libraries by E. Ph. Goldschmidt & Bibliographical Notes by Ann Deeley & Strickland Gibson, W.W. Greg, C.B. Oldman, A.. Hazen, R.W. Chapman, & E. Ph. Goldschmidt. London. Humphrey Milford Oxford University Press. June, September 1944. pp. 4, 104. 4to. Paper wrappers. Partly unopened.

Reference: 24527

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XXVI No 1. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes The Origins and Development of Shakespeare’s Henry IV by John Dover Wilson; The Author-Plot of an Early Seventeenth-Century Play by Joseph Quincy Adams; Latin Title-Page Mottoes as a Clue to Dramatic Authorship by J.G. McManaway; The Foul Papers of a Revision by R.C. Bald; English Proverbs and Dictionaries of Proverbs by F.P. Wilson; & A List of Dr Greg’s Writings by F.C. Francis. Oxford University Press. 1945. pp.(4), 97. 4 plates. 4to. Paper wrappers.

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ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XXVI No 4. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes A Group of Early Tudor School-Books by Eloise Pafort; The Fumeral Procession of Queen Elizabeth by W.A. Jackson; & The Good and Bad Quartos of Doctor Faustus by Leo Kirschbaum. Oxford University Press. 1946. pp. (6), 227 - 326, (iv). 4to. Paper wrappers. Unopened.

Reference: 12905

 
ANON. THE LIBRARY. Fourth Series. Vol XXVI Nos 2 & 3. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. £ 5.00

Includes You Meaner Beauties of the Night by J.B. Leisham; Recent Work in Music Bibliography by A Hyatt King; A Manuscript of the Latin Version of Appian’s Civil Wars by Arthur M. Woodward; & The Marlowe Manusript by J.M. Nosworthy. Oxford University Press. 1945. pp. (4.), 101 - 226. 2 plates. 4to. Paper wrappers. Partly unopened.

Reference: 11517

 
COCHRAN, Peter (Editor). NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW January 2002. £ 5.50

Contributors are Ellenor Blunt, John Beckett, Lisa Mattheu, George Ben, Vitana Kostadinova, Lilliana Edilian, Peter Cochran, & Izolda Beradze. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2002. pp. 103. Illustrated. A4. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 228170

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW. January 2001. £ 5.50

Contributors are John Lytton, Mary Clapinson, Charles E. Robinson, Pamela Lewis, Peter Cochran, Oliver Bradbury, Christine Kenyon Jones & David Herbert. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2001 pp. 102. Illustrated. A4. Wrappers.

Reference: 6423

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD ABBEY BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW. January 2004. £ 5.50

Contributors areChrisitne Riding, Valeria Vallucci, A. Khnkoyan, Lillianan Edilian, David Herbert, Paul Douglass, Graham Pont, & Hamish Monboddo. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2004. pp. 100. Illustrated. A4. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 26296

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW January 2007. £ 7.00

Contributors are Ken Purslow, Allan Gregory, Brother Teilo, Peter Cochran, Elizabeth Mozzillo-Howell, Geoffrey Bond, & David Herbert. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2007. pp. 102. Illustrated. A4. Boards, spiral spine.

Reference: 14310

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW Januery 2003. £ 5.50

Contributors are John Clubbe, Peter Graham & Michael Edson, Jacqueline Voignier-Marshall, Claudia Oliver, Peter Bullcalf, Clive Brookes, Francois Binoche, Marion Needham, & Graham Pont. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2003. pp. 100. Illustrated. A4. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 11549

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW. January 2000. £ 5.50

Contributors are Leslie A. Marchand, James Hawkins, Les Williamson, Denis Robinson, Pamela Lewis, Sallie Tierney, Bernard Beatty, Peter Cochran, Itsuyo Higashinaka, Ralph Lloyd-Jones, M.R. Coubrough & T.W. Peters, Maevis Ellis, Alex Headley, Vakhtang Kotetishvili, David Herbert, Roger Conlon, & Christine Kenyon-Jones. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2000. pp. 103. Illustrated. A4. Paper wrappers.

Reference: 5890

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW. January 2005. £ 7.00

Contributors are Peter Cochran, Elizabeth Mozzillo-Howell, David Herbert, Zosya Propisetskaya, Lali Jokhadze, Lisa Mattheu, & Midge Muckabee. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2005. pp. 100. Illustrated. A4. Boards, spiral spine.

Reference: 6813

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW. January 2006. £ 7.00

Contributors are David Herbert, Iris Reeves-Williams, Paul Delaney, Pamela Lewis, Alfred de Musset, Lisa Mattheu, Peter Cochran, & Elizabeth Mozzillo-Howell. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2006. pp. 102, loosely inserted errata. Illustrated. A4. Boards, spiral spine.

Reference: 24367

 
COCHRAN, Peter. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD BYRON SOCIETY REVIEW. July 2000. £ 5.50

Contributors are Petros Peteinaris, Rufus T. Firefly, Germaine Greer, John Beckett, Peter Cochran, Jack Gumpert Wasserman, Peter Isaac & Anzor Gvelesiani. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 2000. pp. 110. Illustrated. A4. Wrappers.

Reference: 9621

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL No 16 July 1997. £ 1.00

Contributors are Bob Heyes, Claire Lamont, E.V. Rippingille, David Blamires, & P.M.S. Dawson. John Clare Society. 1997. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 095225414x The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 6608

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL No. 20 July 2001. £ 1.00

Contributors are Sara Lodge, P.M.S. Dawson, John Clare, Tracey Herd, Jonathan Bate, Salman Al-Wasiti, Ian Stephens, & Robert Hamberger. John Clare Society. 2001. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0953899500 The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 7370

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 13. July 1994. £ 1.00

Contributors are Tom Bates, Claire Lamont, Peter Cox, Valerie Pedlar, Norman Iles, Bob Heyes, Richard Lessa, & William D. Brewer. John Clare Society. 1994. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0952254107 The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 14085

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 14. July 1995. £ 1.00

Contributors are Richard Mabey, Jonathan Bate, Ronald Blythe, W. John Coletta, Tim Fulford, Eric Robinson, & L.J. Swingle. John Clare Society. 1995. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo.Paperback. ISBN 0952254115 The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 8674

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 15 July 1996. £ 1.00

Contributors areEdmund Blunden, David Blamires, Bill Engels, Bridget Keegan, Peter Moyse, Valerie Shepherd, Matthew Smith, Edward Storey, & Sean Street. John Clare Society. 1996. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0952254131 The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 7400

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 17. July 1998. £ 1.00

Contributors are Tom Paulin, Peter Cox, Louise Sylvester, Gary Harrison, & Mary Moyse. John Clare Society. 1998. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0952254174 The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 68311

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 18 July 1999. £ 1.00

Contributors are Anne Barton, Greg Crossan, P.M.S. Dawson, Ian Duhig, Simon Kovesi, David Powell, David Simpson, & Slan Vardy. John Clare Society. 1999. pp. 97. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0952254182. The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 55233

 
GOODRIDGE, John. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 26. July 2007. £ 1.00

Contributors are Kelsey Thornton, Simon White, Mick Schrey, Eric Robinson, & Simon Kovesi. John Clare Society. 2007. pp. 96. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 0953899578. The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 9577

 
GRAHAM-CAMPBELL, Angus. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY REVIEW. No. 11. £ 1.00

Contributors are Naomi Hetherington, Roderick Cavaliero, Madhu Benoit, Maneck H. Daruwala, Rodney Stenning Edgecombe, Charles LaChance, Michael Laplace-Sinatra, & Jeffrey Branch. Eton. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1997. pp. xviii, 217, (iii) of adverts. 1 palte. 8vo. Paperback. Pencil marks on Contents leaf.

Reference: 436742

 
GRAHAM-CAMPBELL, Angus. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY REVIEW. No. 12. £ 1.00

Contributors are R.S. White, James Brown, Barry Magarian, David E. Goldweber, & Stephen Cheeke. Eton. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1998. pp. xvi, 178, (iii) of adverts. 4 illustrations. 8vo. Paperback. Pencil marks on Contents leaf.

Reference: 158423

 
GRAHAM-CAMPBELL, Angus. (Editor). THE KEATS-SHELLEY REVIEW. Number Thirteen. £ 1.00

Contributors include Amy K. Rambow, R..S. White, Jeffrey A. Schwarz, Michael Laplace-Sinatra, Nichola Deane, A.A. Markley, & Rodney Stenning Edgecombe. Eton. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1999. pp. (viii), 155. Frontis. 8vo Paperback.

Reference: 34469

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. III. £ 1.00

Contributors are Dorothy Hewlett, Wm. Force Stead, Vera Cacciatore, J. Middleton Murry, Iris Origo, M. Buxton Forman, Elizabeth Nitchie, Lord Gorell & Edmund Blunden. Richmond. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1952. pp. xv, 64 Frontis, 10 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4593

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. IX. £ 1.00

Contributors are Gavin de Beer, Robert Gittings, Jean Haynes, Leonidas M. Jones, Edmund Blunden & S.R. Swaminathan. Richmond. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1958. pp. viii, 45, adverts. 4 plates, 1 illustration in the text. 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4596

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. V. £ 1.00

Contributors are Edmund Blunden, Alvin Whitley, Elsa Forman, Neville Rogers, Joanna Richardson, Robert Gittings and W.G. Bebbington. Richmond. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1953. pp. xiii, 58. Frontis, 11 plates. 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4594

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. VII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Edmund Blunden, Alvin Whitley, Robert Gittings, Andrew Rutherford, Duncan Gray & Violet M. Walker, W.G. Bebbington & Leslie A. Marchand. Richmond. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1956. pp. xiv, 42, adverts. Frontis, 4 plates. 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4595

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. X. £ 1.00

Contributors are Louis Landre, Richard Russell, Carl Woodring, J.C. Trewin, Doris Langley Moore, Edmund Blunden & Clarence DeWitt Thorpe. Richmond. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1959. pp. vi, 47, adverts Frontis, 5 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4597

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XI £ 1.00

Contributors are Edmund Blunden, Newell F. Ford, Herbert Huscher, Paul West, Phyllis G. Mann, G.M. Matthews & Elizabeth Nitchie. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1960. pp. vi, 54, adverts Frontis, 2 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4598

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XIII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Neville Rogers, Edmund Blunden, Katherine M.R. Kenyon, Gavin de Beer, F.N. Doubleday, Jean Haynes, Norman Kilgour, Helen Rossetti Angeli, Desmond King-Hele & Phyllis G. Mann. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1962. pp. viii, 47, adverts. Frontis, 2 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4599

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XIV. £ 1.00

Contributors are Mary Peter, Edmund Blunden, Naotaro Kudo, K.T. Borrow & Dorothy Hewlett, Cecil Roberts, Katherine M.R. Kenyon, Herbert Huscher, Norman Kilgour, A.W. Jarvis, Clive Sansom, Jean Haynes, & T.J. Brown. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1963. pp. viii, 54, adverts. Frontis, 7 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4600

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XV. £ 1.00

Contributors are Philip Hobsbaum, Phyllis G. Mann, Neville Rogers, Edmund Blunden, Wm. R. Maidment, Jean Haynes, Mirko Polgar, F.N. Doubleday, William Garrett, Frederick L. Jones & Willard Bissell Pope. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1964. pp. viii, 48, adverts. Frontis, 5 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4601

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XVI. £ 1.00

Contributors are Winifred Gerin, A.M.D. Hughes, Neville Rogers, Desmond King-Hele, Herbert Huscher, Frederick L. Jones & Edmund Blunden. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1965. pp. viii, 46, adverts. Frontis, 4 plates 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4602

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XVII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Winifred Gerin, Neville Rogers, Gerald Hamilton-Edwards, Jerome McGann & Mirko Polgar. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1966. pp. viii, 62, adverts. Frontis, 2 plates, 1 Genealogical Table. 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4603

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy (Editor). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. XVIII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Desmond King-Hele, Jerome J. McGann, Fernando Paradinas, Neville Rogers, Gavon de Beer & David R. Cheney. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1967. pp. viii, 42, adverts. Frontis, 3 plates. 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

Reference: 4604

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN Rome No XXIV. £ 1.00

Contributors are Norman Kilgour, Iris Origo, James Ogden, Parks C. Hunter Jnr, H.W. White & Neville Rogers, R.W.P. Cockerton, Neville Rogers, Alan Osler. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1973. pp. ix, 26. Frontis, 2 plates. 4to. Card wrappers.

Reference: 4277

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN Rome. No IV. £ 1.00

Contributors are Dorothy Hewlett; Shane Leslie; Edmund Blunden; Leslie A. Marchand; Lorraine Robertson & R. Glynn Grylls. London. The Saint Catherine Press Ltd. 1952. pp. ix, 52. Frontis, 9 plates. 4to. Card wrappers, D/W. Small amount of damage to spine.

Reference: 4495

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No VI. £ 1.00

Contributors are Leslie A. Marchand, Sylva Norman, Edmund Blunden, Marion Kingston, Nerina medici di Marignano Gigliucci, Ursula Orange, Herbert Huscher, J.B. Leishman, W.G. Bebbington. Richmond. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1955. pp. 50. Frontis, 12 illustrations. 4to. Card covers. D/W.

Reference: 2029

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No VIII. £ 1.00

Contributors are R.T. Davies, Herbert Huscher, W.H. McCulloch, Rotraud Muller, Ursula Orange. Richmond. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1957. pp. viii, 52. Frontis, 5 illustrations. 4to. Card covers & D/W.

Reference: 2031

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN Rome. No XII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Edmund Blunden; Joan Rees; Dorothy G. Wayman; Neville Rogers; R.A. Lusty; Phyllis G. Mann; H.M. Dowling; Eugene J. Brzenk & S.R. Swaminathan. Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley memorial Association. 1961. pp. viii, 47, adverts. Frontis, 2 plates and one illustration in the text. 4to. Card covers. Partly unopened.

Reference: 4499

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XIX. £ 1.00

Contributors are Gavin de Beer, Herbert Huscher, Irving Massey, Jerome J. McGann, Robert Mortenson, Burton R. Pollin, Neville Rogers & Timothy Webb. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1968. pp. viii, 52. 7 plates. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4350

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XX. £ 1.00

Contributors are James M. Hall, S.R. Swaminathan, Molly Tatchell, J.C. Trewin, Gavin de Beer, C.T. Andrews, William A.W. Jarvis. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1969. pp. vii, 46. Frontis, 3 illustrations. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 2033

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXI. £ 1.00

Contributors are Stuart Curran, George Mathewson, Peter J. Manning, Leonidas M. Jones, Burton R. Pollin, Alan Osler, Hector Munro, Elizabeth Jenkins, Wm. J. McTaggart. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1970. pp. vii, 59. Frontis, 3 illustrations.. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 2032

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Brother Baldwin Peter, Molly Tatchell, E.T. Helmick, Miriam Allot, A.E. Lee, Norman Kilgour, Katherine M.R. Kenyon & Harvey Scriven. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1971. pp. xii, 67. Frontis, 3 illustrations. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4340

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXIII. ( A Commemorative Issue for the 150th Anniversary of Shelley's death). £ 1.00

Contributors are John Buxton, C. Darrel Sheraw, William J. McTaggart, Timothy Webb, Harvey Scriven, Phillips G. Davies & Neville Rogers. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1972. pp. xii, 53. Frontis, 2 plates. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4341

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXV. ( A Commemorative Issue for the 150th Anniversary of Byron's death). £ 1.00

Contributors are Rupert Hart-Davies, Molly Tatchell, William Whitlock, Jerome J. McGann & Cecily Lambert. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1974. pp. x, 32. Frontis, 2 plates. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4342

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXVI. £ 1.00

Contributors are C.T. Andrews, Angus Graham-Campbell, Neill G. Grill, Katherine Kenyon, Dana Pugh & Lord De L'Isle. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1975. pp. x, 24. Frontis, 3 plates, 4 facsimiles. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4343

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXVII. £ 1.00

Contributors are William Garrett, R. Glynn Grylls, Lord Brock, Molly Tatchell & Beatrice Hanss. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1976. pp. x, 19. Frontis, 1 plates. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4344

 
HEWLETT, Dorothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME. No XXVIII. £ 1.00

Contributors are Sheila Birkenhead, Neville Rogers, Claude Brew, Stanley Jones, Frederic S. Colwell, R. Stanley Dicks, Charles W. Smith & Beatrice Hanss. Sheen Common. The Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1977. pp. x, 50. Frontis, 1 plates. 4to. Card covers.

Reference: 4345

 
HOPKINSON, Austin. RELIGIO MILITIS. £ 5.00

London. Martin Hopkinson & Co Ltd. 1927. pp. (vii), 195. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine label, chipped. With the bookplate of General E.G. Wace.

Reference: 16515

 
JONES, Steven. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY JOURNAL. Keats, Shelley, Byron, Hunt and their circles. Vol. XLVI. £ 1.00

Contributors are Betty T. Bennett, Charlene E. Bunnell, A.A. Markley, Kevin Binfield, & Paula R. Feldman. New York. Keats-Shelley Association of America, Inc. 1997. pp. 259. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 97750

 
JONES, Steven. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY JOURNAL. Keats, Shelley, Byron, Hunt and their circles. Vol. XLVII. £ 1.00

Contributors are A.B. England, Joseph A. Dane, Emily Lorraine de Montluzin, jessica Smith, Stephen Cheeke, & Michael Vicario III. New York. Keats-Shelley Association of America, Inc. 1998. pp. 287. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Pencil marking on Contents leaf.

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JONES, Steven. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY JOURNAL. Keats, Shelley, Byron, Hunt and their circles. Vol. XLVIII. £ 1.00

Contributors arePeter Finch, Paul Vatalaro, Andrew Epstein, Alan Rawes, Sonia A. Ketchian, & Karl Kroeber. New York. Keats-Shelley Association of America, Inc. 1999. pp. 282. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback.

Reference: 13320

 
KOVESI, Simon. (Editor). THE JOHN CLARE SOCIETY JOURNAL. No. 28. July 2009. £ 1.00

Contributors are Ian Waites, Alan Moore, Adam White, Simon J. White, Sarah Houghton-Walker, & Eric Robinson and Bob Heyes. John Clare Society. 2009. pp. 108. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. ISBN 9780953899593 The official Journal of the John Clare Society, published annually to reflect the interest in, and approaches to, the life and wotk of the poet John Clare.

Reference: 27094

 
NEEDHAM, Terry. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD ABBEY BYRON SOCIETY NEWSLETTER No. 11. Winter 1996. £ 3.00

Contributors are Megan Boyes, Count of Uray, Peter Cochran, Rita Grace, & Mavis Ellis. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 1996. pp. 93. Illustrated. A4. Wrappers.

Reference: 6682

 
NEEDHAM, Terry. (Editor). THE NEWSTEAD ABBEY BYRON SOCIETY NEWSLETTER No. 12. Winter 1997. £ 3.00

Contributors are Ralph Lloyd-Jones, Mavis Ellis, Peter Cochran, Terry Needham, Kenneth Purslow, Robert Barnard, Rita Grace, & Carolina Urbin, Laura Sperdutto, Veronica D’Auria. Newstead Abbey Byron Society. 1997. pp. 76. Illustrated. A4. Wrappers.

Reference: 15981

 
NEILL, D.G. (Editor) THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fifth Series Volume XVII. £ 10.00

Includes:- The Construction of English Twelfth-Century Bindings by Graham Pollard; Winchester College Library in the Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries by J.M.G. Blakiston; German Bindings in Aberdeen University Library: Iconographic Index and Indices of Initials, Binders, and Dates by Wm. S. Mitchell; Roger Bartlett's Bookbindings by Howard M. Nixon; The Bookbinders Case Unfolded by Bernard C. Middleton; The Library of Louis-Henri de Lomenie, Comte de Brienne, and the Bindings of the Abbe Du Seuil by Robert Birley; Paper as Bibliographical Evidence by Allan Stevenson; Some Proofs of Johnson's Prefaces to the Poets by J.D. Fleeman; The Manuscripts of Jane Austen's Volume the First by B.C. Southam; & A Manuscript from Queen Christina's Library: The Amores of Siismondo Boldoni by John Sparrow. London. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1962. pp. iv, 348. Illustrated. 8vo. Quarter cloth, boards. Wrappers and adverts for Parts 1 - 4 bound in at rear. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. Third Series. Volume XVII.

Reference: 142819

 
NEILL, D.G. (Editor). THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fifth Series Volume XIX. £ 10.00

Includes:- The Printed Part-Books of Byrd's Vocal Music by H.K. Andrews; Edmond Malone: Scholar-Collector by James M. Osborn; William Jones: Puritan Printer and Propagandist by Mark H. Curtis; Bolingbroke, Pope, and the Patriot King by Giles Barber; The Editions of Cleveland's Poems 1647 - 1687 by Brian Morris; The Binding (et cetera) of Vala by David V. Erdman; James Ralph's Pamphlets 1741 - 1744 by John B. Shipley; The Tennysons' Poems by Two Brothers (1827) Reconsidered by W.D. Paden; A Bibliography of the Writings of William Henry Smith by Kenneth W. Davis; Millay's Renascence and Second April: A Bibliographical Study by G. Thomas Tanselle; & Early Georgian Provincial Magazines by R.M. Wiles. London. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1964. pp. 12 of adverts, (ii), vi, 360. Illustrated. 8vo. Quarter cloth, boards. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. Third Series. Volume XIX.

Reference: 13356

 
OATES, J.C.T. (Editor). THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fifth Series Volume XII. £ 10.00

Includes:- William Barclay Squire, 1855 - 1927, Music Librarian by A Hyatt King; An Index of Dedications and Commendatory Verses by Franklin B. Williams; Nathaniel Butter and Nicholas Bourne, First 'Masters of the Staple' by leona Rostenberg; Notes on Eighteenth-Century British Paper by Philip Gaskell; Bynneman's Books by Mark Eccles; Costs, Sales, and Profits of Longman's Edition of Wordsworth by W.B. Owen; The First Twenty-Three Numbers of Noctes Ambrosiannae by Alan Lang Strout; William Caxton's Houses at Westminster by Lawrence E. Tanner; The English Stock of the Stationer's Company in the Time of the Stuarts by Cyprian Blagden; The Caxton Legenda at St. Mary's Warwick by Paul Morgan & G.D. Painter; Pepys's Songs and Songbooks in the Diary Period by Macdonald Emslie; & Letters from Lincoln's Inn 1846 - 9 by Eric Halfpenny. London. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1957. pp. iv, 304. Illustrated. 8vo. Quarter cloth, boards. Wrappers and adverts for Parts 1 - 4 bound in at rear. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. Third Series. Volume XII.

Reference: 90490

 
OATES, J.C.T. (Editor). THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fifth Series Volume XIII. £ 10.00

Includes:- The Stationers' Company in the Civil War Period by Cyprian Blagden; The Text of John Tillotson's Sermons by David D. Brown; William Bulmer, 1757 - 1830: An Introductory Essay by Peter C.G. Isaac; The Dating of the Missale Speciale Constantiense by Irvine Masson; The Professional and Literary Connexions of George Thomason by Lois Spencer; Italian Sixteenth-Century Books: The Presidential Address by A.F. Johnson; Standing Type in Tomkis's Albumazar by Robert K. Turner; Bookbinders to George III and his immediate Descendants and Collaterals by Charles Ramsden; Robert Waldegrave and the Books he Printed or Published in 1603 by William A Jackson; Thomas Thomas makes a Dictionary by Allan Stevenson; Roger Ward's Shrewsbury Stock: an Inventory of 1585 by Alexander Rodger; & Richard Pyson and the Holy Blood of Hayles by J.C.T. Oates. London. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1958. pp. iv, 319. Illustrated. 8vo. Quarter cloth, boards. Wrappers and adverts for Parts 1 - 4 bound in at rear. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society. Third Series. Volume XIII.

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POLLARD, A.W. (Editor). THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fourth Series Vol III. £ 10.00

Contains Elizabethan Handwriting: A Preliminary Sketch by Hilary Jenkinson; The Refusal of Ye Hand: A Mock-Heroical Poem by G.C. Moore Smith; Richard Pynson, Glover and Printer by H.R. Plomer; Facsimiles of Elizabethan Literary Hands; Notes on Old Books by W.W. Greg; The First English Printers and Their Patrons by H.B. Lathrop; Some Notes on the History of Copyright in England 1622 - 1774 by A.W. Pollard; The Listes Generales des Postes de France 1708 - 789 and the Jaillots, Geographes Ordinaires du Roi by Sir H. George GFordham; Recent Books on Binding by Strickland Gibson; Books Printed at Lyons in the Sixteenth Century by A.F. Johnson; Printing with Figures : A Note by R.W. Chapman; The Licensing o the 'Mirror for Magistrates' by Eveline Iris Feasey; Eliot's Court Press. Decorative Blocks and Initials by H.R. Plomer; Thomas Heywood's 'Art of Love' lost and found by Arthur M. Clark; Shakespeare's Printers and Publishers. With special reference to the Poems and Hamlet by Harry Farr; William Strahan and his Ledgers by R.A. Austen; The Literature of the Historu of Printing in the United States: A Survey by G.P. Winship; An unrecorded Spanish Incunable by Stephen Gaselee; & The Two Issues of Day's 'Isle of Gulls' 1606 by W.W. Greg. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1923. pp. vi, 320. 6 plates. 4to. Quarter cloth, boards. Original wrappers and adverts bound in. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society Second Series Vol III.

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POLLARD, A.W. (Editor). THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fourth Series Vol IX. £ 10.00

Contains Marks as Signatures by Charles Sisson; The Position on the Sheet of Early Watermarks by Edward Heawood; Caxton's Son-in-Law by W.J. Blyth Crotch; A Chester Bookseller's Lawsuit of 1653 by R. Stewart-Brown; Recent Bibliographical Work in America by Lawrence C. Wroth; The New Caxton Indulgence by A.W. Pollard; A Note on 'A New Interlude' by Robert Steele; Percy's Reliques by L/F. Powell; Notes on English Printing in the Low Countries (1491 - 1540) by M.E. Kronenberg; The Importation of Low Country and French Books into England 1480 and 1502 - 3 by henry R. Plomer; A Pore Helpe and its Printers by M. Channing Lenthicum; Later Editions of Quarles' Enchiridon by W.l. Ustick; Gulliver's Travels: Further Notes by Harold Williams; Elementary Exercises in Bibliography by R.W. Chapman; Some Aspects of Sheridan Bibliography by R. Crompton Rhodes; An Interruption in the Printing of the First Folio by Edwin Eliott Willoughby; Troilus and Cressida 1609 by peter Alexander; Eastward Ho 1605. Bibliography and Circumstances of Production by R.E. Brettle; Eastward Ho 1605. Notes by W£.W. Greg; Further Notes on Shakespeare's Sonnets by J.A. Fort; Oxford Oddments by F. Madan; The Classification of Gothic Type by A.F. Johnson; The Date of Shakespeare's 107th Sonnet by J.A. Fort; A Note on the Typography of the Running Titles of the First Folio by Edwin E. Willoughby; The Stationer's Company and Censorship (1599 - 1601) by Ernest Kuhl; Types used by Wynkyn de Worde 1501 - 34 by Frank Isaac; & Commercial Libraries and the Price of Books by A.W. Pollard. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1929. pp. vi, 440, 16 of a List of Members. 4to. Illustrated. Quarter cloth, boards. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society Second Series Vol IX.

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POLLARD, A.W. (Editor). THE LIBRARY. A Quarterly Review of Bibliography. Fourth Series Vol V. £ 10.00

Contains Border-Pieces used by English printers before 1641 by Ronald B. McKerrow; Early Editions of Euclid's Elements 1482 - 1600 by Charles Thomas-Stanford; Cicero: De Officciis et Paradoxa, Mainz 1465, 1466 by H.M. Adams; On a Group of Bindings with Painted Plaquettes by G.D. Hobson; More Massinger Corrections by W.W. Greg; Notes on Old Books by W.W. Greg; Italian Books printed in England before 1640 by Harr Sellars; Printing at Venice to the end of 148 by Victor Scholderer; Nicholas Ling and Englands Helicon by J. William Hebel; the Early French Books at the British Museum by Arthur Tilley; A Supposed Foligno Edition of 1474 by Victor Scholderer; The First Book decorated by Mr Bruce Rogers by Percy L Babington; The Building of the British Museum Collection of Incunabula by A.W. Pollard; Anthony Trollope and his Publishers by Michael Sadleir; Thomas Churchyard's Spelling by M. St Clare Byrne; Notes on Cancel leaves by R.W. Chapman; Short-Titl List of Books bound for Thomas Maioli by G.D. Hobson; Edward Gordon Duff by 1863 - 1924 by Falconer Madan; Charles Sayle I by A.W Pollard; & Charles Sayle II by A.C. Benson. For the Bibliographical Society by Oxford University Press. 1924. pp. 393. Illustrated. 4to. Quarter cloth, boards. Original wrappers and adverts bound in. Transactions of the Bibliographical Society Second Series Vol V. Nos 1, 2, & 3 only for Vol V. New endpapers and is lacking the volume title and index.

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RODD, Sir Rennell and H. Nelson Gay. (Editors). BULLETIN OF THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL. Rome. No. 1. £ 5.00

N.D. pp. (xi), 74. Frontis, 10 plates. 4to. Card covers. Reprint.

Reference: 4592

 
SHERAW, C. Darrel. (Compiler). BIBLIOGRAPHICAL INDEX TO THE KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN. I - XX, 1910 - 1969. £ 1.00

Sheen Common. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. (1969). pp. 12. 4to. Stapled pamphlet.

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WEBB, Timothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY MEMORIAL BULLETIN ROME No. XXXIV. £ 1.00

Contributors are John Birtwhistle, P.H. Butter, Marilyn Butler, John Buxton, John Freeman, Angela Leighton,Morse Peckham, Donald H. Reiman, & Bouthaina Shaaban. York. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1983. pp. (vii), 95, (viii) of adverts. 4to. Card covers. Uncut.

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WEBB, Timothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY REVIEW. No. 1. £ 1.00

Contributors are Philip Cox, Richard Cronin, Nora Crook, P.M.S. Dawson, Seamus Deane, John freeman, Robert Gittings, Philip Healy, & Chris Jones. York. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1986. pp. vii, 97, (v0 of adverts. Frontis. 4to. Card covers. Unopened.

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WEBB, Timothy. (Editor). KEATS-SHELLEY REVIEW. No. 3. £ 1.00

Contributors are Greg Kucich, Peter Finch, Michael O'Neill, John Barnard, &Roger Walters. York. Keats-Shelley Memorial Association. 1988. pp. ix, 120, (v) of adverts. 4to. Card covers.

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