23: (william, Translator) The Tale Of King Florus And
(William, translator) The Tale of King Florus and the Fair Jehane, one of 350 copies on Perch paper, printed in red and black in Chaucer type, wood-engraved title, borders and initials designed by William Morris, J.W. and Margaret Mackail's copy with their book-label on front pastedown, original holland-backed boards, upper cover titled in black, uncut, small spot on upper cover, [Peterson A21, Related Materials (n)], 16mo, Kelmscott Press, 1893. John W.Mackail (1859-1945), classical scholar, literary critic and poet, who wrote Biblia Innocentium for the press; his wife, Margaret, was the daughter of Sir Edward Burne-Jones.
***"Seventy-six sets of sheets of King Florus were distributed by Tregaskis to the world's leading binders, and the results were exhibited in London between 27 June and 7 July 1894...These copies are now in the John Rylands Library, Manchester." Peterson.