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7 vols. books: Lord Byron dated 1810-181

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7 vols. books: Lord Byron
dated 1810-1818
Lord Byron. ENGLISH BARDS, AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS; A SATIRE. 3rd. ed. London: Cawhorn, 1810. Paper binding; ex. libris. With half title and 3 pp. adverts. Retains spelling errors on
pp. 3 and 5 ('crawl' for 'scrawl' and 'ingenious' respectively) of spurious 3rd edition; with "Basted/Mill 1818" watermark. (Spine worn and missing first layer of paper in sections. Upper inch of spine partially detached from cover, revealing text: "Publishe . . . EN, and . . . & Co." Cover foxed. Ink of text staining opposite page throughout. Otherwise interior clean. Good copy.) Lord Byron. THE CORSAIR. 7th ed. London: Murray, 1814. Bound in plain paper wrapping. Lacking half title and adverts. (Slight wear about corners; water stain to cover in upper regions, leaking through to title page. Spot on pp. 93-100; lower right corner of p. 35 torn. Otherwise clean interior; good to very good condition.) Lord Byron. THE BRIDE OF ABYOS. 10th ed. London: Murray, 1814. Bound with plain paper. Contains two engraved illustrations, one by E. Engleheart, the other Chas. Heath. (Somewhat worn about the edges. Pages wrinkled near spine; foxing in margin of engravings and neighboring pages; Engleheart engraving with foxed interior. Generally clean interior). Lord Byron. THE GIAOUR, A FRAGMENT OF A TURKISH TALE. 14th ed. London: Murray, 1815. Bound in plain paper wrapping. Work contains two illustrative engravings by W. Finden, with tissue paper. (Wrapping worn around edges; discolored slightly where in contact with glue. Front paper coming unglued. Foxing here and there; interior is generally in good condition. Engravings with foxing in margins). Lord Byron. "THIRD CANTO." CHILDE HAROLD. London: Murray, 1816. 1st ed. Bound with plain paper. With half title and advert. (Foxing and water damage throughout. P. 59 with repaired 2-inch tear and additional 2-inch tear. Front cover separating from spine. In fair condition). Lord Byron. THE LAMENT OF TASSO. London: Murray, 1817. 3rd ed. Bound with: ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE. London: Murray, 1815. 10th ed. Two poems with plain paper wrapping. Both without half title or adverts. Lament with 18 pp. Ode with 17 pp. (Wrapping in good condition; interior with some foxing and water stains. Some paper damage to title page, obscuring some letters slightly.) Lord Byron. BEPPO. 6th ed. London: Murray, 1818. In paper wrapping, with half title and advert. (Markings on paper edges with some wear. Foxing on half title and title as well as last two pages; some slight foxing throughout. Good condition).
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7 vols. books: Lord Byron
dated 1810-1818
Lord Byron. ENGLISH BARDS, AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS; A SATIRE. 3rd. ed. London: Cawhorn, 1810. Paper binding; ex. libris. With half title and 3 pp. adverts. Retains spelling errors on
pp. 3 and 5 ('crawl' for 'scrawl' and 'ingenious' respectively) of spurious 3rd edition; with "Basted/Mill 1818" watermark. (Spine worn and missing first layer of paper in sections. Upper inch of spine partially detached from cover, revealing text: "Publishe . . . EN, and . . . & Co." Cover foxed. Ink of text staining opposite page throughout. Otherwise interior clean. Good copy.) Lord Byron. THE CORSAIR. 7th ed. London: Murray, 1814. Bound in plain paper wrapping. Lacking half title and adverts. (Slight wear about corners; water stain to cover in upper regions, leaking through to title page. Spot on pp. 93-100; lower right corner of p. 35 torn. Otherwise clean interior; good to very good condition.) Lord Byron. THE BRIDE OF ABYOS. 10th ed. London: Murray, 1814. Bound with plain paper. Contains two engraved illustrations, one by E. Engleheart, the other Chas. Heath. (Somewhat worn about the edges. Pages wrinkled near spine; foxing in margin of engravings and neighboring pages; Engleheart engraving with foxed interior. Generally clean interior). Lord Byron. THE GIAOUR, A FRAGMENT OF A TURKISH TALE. 14th ed. London: Murray, 1815. Bound in plain paper wrapping. Work contains two illustrative engravings by W. Finden, with tissue paper. (Wrapping worn around edges; discolored slightly where in contact with glue. Front paper coming unglued. Foxing here and there; interior is generally in good condition. Engravings with foxing in margins). Lord Byron. "THIRD CANTO." CHILDE HAROLD. London: Murray, 1816. 1st ed. Bound with plain paper. With half title and advert. (Foxing and water damage throughout. P. 59 with repaired 2-inch tear and additional 2-inch tear. Front cover separating from spine. In fair condition). Lord Byron. THE LAMENT OF TASSO. London: Murray, 1817. 3rd ed. Bound with: ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE. London: Murray, 1815. 10th ed. Two poems with plain paper wrapping. Both without half title or adverts. Lament with 18 pp. Ode with 17 pp. (Wrapping in good condition; interior with some foxing and water stains. Some paper damage to title page, obscuring some letters slightly.) Lord Byron. BEPPO. 6th ed. London: Murray, 1818. In paper wrapping, with half title and advert. (Markings on paper edges with some wear. Foxing on half title and title as well as last two pages; some slight foxing throughout. Good condition).

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