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By Compiled with a Preface by Norman Colbeck. Edited by Tirthankar Bose, with an Introduction by William E. Fredeman

The Colbeck assortment used to be shaped over part a century in the past by way of the Bournemouth bookseller Norman Colbeck. Focusing totally on British essayists and poets of the 19th century from the Romantic circulation throughout the Edwardian period, the gathering gains approximately 500 authors and lists over 13,000 works. Entries are alphabetically prepared through writer with copious notes at the situation and binding of every reproduction. 9 appendices offer listings of chosen periodicals, sequence courses, anthologies, yearbooks, and topical works.

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Ryton, Dymock, Gloucestershire: the author, 1911. Single gathering of 16 leaves, sewn into dark blue wrappers. Original perforated (unused) prospectus/order form inserted. " 6. Another copy, identical but without presentation inscription. Gloucestershire. February [to December] 1914. Above title is taken from the third number. A complete set of the 4 numbers comprising volume 1 (all published) together with an additional copy of the first part bearing "(Second Edition)" at foot of upper cover-the only part to be so reissued.

With orange dust-jacket lettered with series adverts, price I/- net. On verso of half-title 5 uniform series titles are announced, on the dust-jacket 22 titles. Printer's imprint of William Brendon in 2 lines at foot of last page [96]. 8. Thomas Hardy: A Critical Study. Martin Seeker, 1912. ( others uncut. Photogravure frontispiece portrait. Publisher's Autumn Books catalogue in 8 leaves at end, printed on text-paper, including the present title, price 7s. 6d. net. 13. An Essay towards a Theory of Art.

Reeves & Turner, 1890. Half white parchment, light blue board sides, all edges uncut. Consists of unsold sheets of the First Edition (G. Philip, 1884) provided with newly printed preliminaries, 8 pages, by the new publishers. Copies of these sheets were again reissued with Longmans title-page, dated 3 years later still. 38. Poems by William Allingham. Selected and arranged by Helen Allingham. Macmillan, 1912. A volume of the publisher's Golden Treasury Series. Blue cloth, lower edges lightly trimmed, otherwise uncut, frontispiece portrait.

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