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MacCarthy, Fiona. William Morris: A Life for Our Time. London: Faber, 1994. PBR-836

MacColl, Dugald Sutherland. Nineteenth Century Art. With a chapter on early art objects by Sir T. D. Gibson-Carmichael, baronet. Glasgow: Maclehose, 1902. "The illustrations in this volume are all drawn from the Fine art loan collection in the Glasgow international exhibition, 1901. Contents: I. The vision of the century; II. The imagination of the century; III. The Olympians. IV. The Titans; V. Landscape. VI. France: heroic art fused with landscape; Titan scultpure; etchers; VII. English art, grand, philistine and 'decadent'; VIII. Realism; IX. 'Impressionism.' List of pictures in the Loan collection Glasgow international exhibition, 1901. Art objects; early bronzes, ivories, and enamels by Sir. T. D. Gibson-Charmichael, bart. PRBF-60

Macfall, Haldans. A History of Painting. Preface by Frank Brangwyn. Illustrated with two hundred plates in colour. 8 vols. London: Jack, 1911. Plates accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress. Vol. 8 contains a chapter on Pre-Raphaelites. PRB-642

Mackail, John William. Biblia Innocentium: Being the Story of God's Chosen People Before the Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ Upon Earth, Written Anew for Children. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1892. Colophon: Here ends this book called Biblia Innocentium, written by J. W. Mackail, and printed by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press. . . Hammersmith, in the County of Middlesex; finished on the 22nd day of October, of the year 1892. [Printer's device]. First page of text within ornamental border; initials. 200 paper copies printed. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-471

---. The Life of William Morris. 2 vols. London: Longmans, 1899. PRB-210

---. The Parting of the Ways: An Address. Hammersmith: Hammersmith publishing society, 1903. This address was given in the William Morris Labour Church at Leek, the fifth of October, 1902. Printed at the Chiswick Press. PRB-430

---. Swinburne: A Lecture Delivered Before the University on April 30, 1909. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1909. PRB-672

---. William Morris: An Address Delivered the XIth November, MDCCCC at Kelmscott House, Hammersmith, Before the Hammersmith Socialist Society. Eugene, OR: U Oregon John Henry Nash Fine Arts P, 1938. "Printed. . .as the project for the 1938 class in typography of the John Henry Nash Fine Arts Press at the University of Oregon. The edition consists of one hundred copies, of which this is no. 8." PRB-454

---. William Morris: An Address Delivered the XIth November, MDCCCC, at Kelmscott House Hammersmith, Before the Hammersmith Socialist Society. Hamersmith: Hammersmith Publishing Society, 1902. "Printed at the Chiswick Press." Inscribed: "To Ethel Offer from Emery Walker." PRB-431

MacLaren, Archibald. The Fairy Family: A Series of Ballads and Metrical Tales Illustrating the Fairy Faith of Europe. Edward Burne-Jones, il. London: Dalrymple P, 1985. Introduction by John Christian. "This edition is limited to 500 copies." This is no. 115. Prosepectus laid in. PRB-558

Macmillan, Hugh. The Life-Work of George Frederick Watts, R. A. With reproductions from photographs by Hollyer of six of the artist's pictures, and other illustrations. London: Dent, 1903. PRB-882

Magnusson, Eirikr and William Morris, trs. Three Northern Love Stories and Other Tales. London: Ellis & White, 1875. Bookplate of Theodore Woodman Gore. Contents: The story of Gunnlaug the Worm-Tongue and Raven the Skald; The Story of Frithiof the Bold; The Story of Viglund the Fair; The Tale of Hogni and Hedinn; The Tale of Roi the Fool; The Tale of Thorstein Staff-Smitten. PRB-448

Manchester City Art Gallery. Catalogue of the Ruskin Exhibition: Spring 1904. Manchester City Art Gallery. London: s.n, 1904. Photocopies of 2 newspaper clippings about exhibition laid in. Marginal notes by an unknown hand. PRB-830

Marillier, Henry Currie. Dante Gabriel Rossetti: An Illustrated Memorial of His Art and Life. London: Bell, 1899. "Appendix: a chronological list of pictures and drawings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti." PRBF-7

---. Dante Gabriel Rossetti: An Illustrated Memorial of His Art and Life. 3rd. Ed., abridged and rev. London: G. Bell, 1904. Appendix: A chronological list of paintings, drawings, and more important studies by Dante Rossetti. PRB-915

---. History of the Merton Abbey Tapestry Works, Founded by William Morris. London: Constable, 1927. The author includes a preface containing a brief biography of William Morris, emphasizing his founding of Merton Abbey, which was still in operation at the time this work was written. The history of the Merton Abbey tapestry works is then narrated, with details about Morris's efforts to learn the art of tapestry. "When Morris decided to revive the weaving of tapestries in England there was no one to teach him." Details are given about the weaving of the various tapestries and the work also includes 29 plates of illustrations, many in full color. The work concludes with a chronological listing of the Merton Abbey tapestries down to 1927. PRB-112

Marsh, Jan. Christina Rossetti: A Literary Biography. London: Jonathan Cape, 1994. PRB-884

---. Pre-Raphaelite Women: Images of Femininity in Pre-Raphaelite Art. London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1987. PRB-583

Marston, Philip Bourke. The Collected Poems of Philip Bourke Marston,: Comprising Song-Tide, All in All, Wind-voices, A Last Harvest, and Aftermath. With biographical sketch by Louise Chandler Moulton. London: Ward, Lock, Bowden, 1892. PRB-938

---. For a Song's Sake, and Other Stories. With a memoir by William Sharp. London: Scott, 1890? PRB-852

---. A Last Harvest: Lyrics and Sonnets from the Book of Love. With biographical sketch by Louise Chandler Moulton. London: Mathews, 1891. PRB-844

---. Song-Tide and Other Poems. London: Ellis and Green, 1871. William Morris' copy with his bookplate and an inscription from the author to him. PRB-176

---. Wind-Voices. London: Stock, 1880? From the library of A. C. Swinburne. Inscribed to Swinburne by the author. PRB-837

Martin, Sandra. Through the Looking Glass: Photography and the PreRaphaelite Movement. Manchester: Manchester City Art Gallery, 1986. Published to accompany an exhibition held at Manchester City Art Gallery, Oct. 11-Nov. 30, 1986; Ruskin Gallery, Sheffield, Dec. 7, 1986-Jan. 10, 1987; Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Jan. 22-Mar. 8, 1987. Printed on a single sheet which, unfolded, has an exhibition poster on the verso. PRBP-19

Masefield, John. Thanks Before Going. Notes on some of the original poems of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. London: Heinemann, 1946. PRB-329

Mayfield, John S. Swinburneiana: A Gallimaufry of Bits and Pieces About Algernon Charles Swinburne. John S. Mayfield, ed. 1st ed. Gaithersburg, MD: Warring P, 1974. 500 copies. PRB 396

McCarthy, Justin. Portraits of the Sixties. London: Unwin, 1903. Contents: The early sixties; Charles Dickens; W. M. Thackeray; Thomas Carlyle--Alfred Tennyson; Richard Owen--The brothers Newman; Richard Cobden; John Bright; Sir Stafford Northcote; A parlimentary group; Another parlimentary group; From commons to lords; "Crownless sovereignties;" Sir Richard and Lady Burton; Two philanthropists; Ruskin and the pre-Raphaelites; John Arthur Roebuck; Italy's English sympathisers; Stars that rose in the sixties; Lord Clarence Paget--Thorold Rogers; Goldwin Smith; The Keeleys, Robson, and Webster; The Bancrofts; Three queens of song; Three stage graces; Some queens of society; Last words. The work includes many portraits of those mentioned. The work is written as a personal account of the time period and people discussed. McCarthy uses a collection of photographs taken from the Sixties and characteristic of the epoch as a basis for organizing the work. These portraits "do not profess to be anything like a complete gallery of pictures of the eminent men and women who were conspicuous figures of English life thoughout those years." The author has chosen to portray the Sixties since they "constitute an epoch of great change in almost every department of England's public and social life, and many of the changes which are still only in process of develpment owed their beginning to some of the men and women whose portraits I offer to the public, around which I have intertwined recollections of my own" (480-1). PRB-18

Megroz, Rodolphe Louis. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Painter Poet of Heaven in Earth. New York: Scribner's, 1929. Printed at the Chiswick Press. PRB-321

---. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Painter Poet of Heaven in Earth. London: Faber & Gwyer, 1928. PRB-785

Meinhold, Wilhelm. Sidonia the Sorceress. Francesca Speranza Lady Wilde, tr. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1893. Original limp vellum binding. Inscription on prelim. leaf: "Henrietta Morris from her sister. Nov. 8, 1896." PRBF-33

Merritt, James Douglas, ed. The Pre-Raphaelite Poem. 1st ed. New York: Dutton, 1966. PRB-930

Meynell, Esther. Portrait of William Morris. London: Chapman & Hall, 1947. PRB-645

Meynell, Wilfrid, ed. The Child Set in the Midst by Modern Poets: "And He Took a Little Child and Set Him in the Midst of Them." With a facsimile of the ms. of "The Toys," by Coventry Patmore. London: Leadenhall P, 1892. "The first book in which anything of F.[rancis] T.[hompson]'s had appeared."--Meynell, E. Life of Francis Thompson, 1916, p. 123. PRB-792

Millais, John Everett. Millais's Illustrations: A Collection of Drawings on Wood. London: Strahan, 1866. Illustrated half-title: Millais's collected illustrations. First edition, first issue. Original cloth cover with gold stamping and lettering on front cover. PRBF-3

---. Rainy Days at Brig O'Turk: Highland Sketchbooks of John Everett Millais, 1853. Mary Lutyens and Malcolm Warner, ed. Westerham, Kent: Dalrymple P, 1983. "The edition is limited to 475 copies" This is no. 208; prospectus laid in. PRB-539

---. Sir John Everett Millais. Text by Geoffroy Millais. London: Academy, 1979. PRB-826

Millais, John Guille. The Life and Letters of Sir John Everett Millais, President of the Royal Academy. London: Nethuen, 1905. With two portraits in photogravure and 40 illus. Written by Millais' son. Third edition, abridged, in one volume. Final 40 p. consists of publisher catalog. PRB-706

---. The Life and Letters of Sir John Everett Millais, President of the Royal Academy. 1st ed. London: Methuen, 1899. Original blue cloth binding. This two volume work contains an extensive biography of Sir John Everett Millais, with 319 illustrations including nine photogravures. There is a chapter devoted to the meaning and history of Pre-Raphaelitism as well as one which discusses the end of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. The work contains an appendix with gives Millais's chronology, lineage, and chronological listing of his works by medium. There is also an index at the end of the second volume. PRB-81

---. The Life and Letters of Sir John Everett Millais, President of the Royal Academy. With 319 illustrations including nine photogravures. 3rd ed. 2v. London: Methuen, 1902. "Chronological list of Millais' work in oil, water, and black-and-white." Bound in half-vellum with paper boards; blue and gold floral decoration on spines. Bookplate of Nicholas Salerno. PRB-781

Moore, Thomas. Utopia. Ralph Robinson, tr. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1893. Colophon: Now revised by F. S. Ellis and printed again by William Morris at the Kelmscott press, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex. Finished the 4th day of August, 1893. [Printer's device] Sold by Reeves & Turner, 196, Strand. Reprint of the edition of 1556 with foreword by William Morris. Original title: A Frutefull pleasaunt, and wittie worke of the beste state of publique weale, & of the newe yle, called Utopia: written in Latine, by. . .Syr Thomas More, knyght, and translated into Englishe by Raphe Robynson. . .Imprinted at London, by Abraham Wele. Chaucer type, with the reprinted title in Troy type; headings and marginal notes in red. Initials and borders (p. 1 and 3) Bound in limp vellum. 300 copies on paper, 8 on vellum. PRB-478

Morris, May. Decorative Needle Work. London: Hughes, 1893. Bound in patterned cloth boards. PRB-582

---. The Introduction to the Collected Works of William Morris. Preface by Joseph Riggs Dunlap. New York: Oriole, 1973. First published in the 1910-15 ed. of Morris's Collected works. PRB-560

Morris, William. An Address Delivered by William Morris at the Distribution of Prizes to Students of the Birmingham Municipal School of Art on Feb. 21, 1894. London: Longmans, 1898. Printed at the Chiswick Press. PRB-432

---. The Aims of Art. London: Office of "The Commonweal," 1887. Bound at the Doves Bindery in 1901 in full terra cotta seal skin with gold tooled borders on covers and gold tooled compartments on spine; a.e.g. Enclosed in quarter morocco slip case. Bookplate of John Quinn. Morris concludes that the aim of art is to "bring to us courage and hope; that is eager life while we live." PRB-56

---. Architecture and History, and Westminster Abbey. London: Longmans, 1900. "Printed at the Chiswick Press with the Golden type designed by William Morris for the Kelmscott Press." The paper on architecture and history was read before the Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings, on July 1, 1884; that on Westminster Abbey was written for the same society in June, 1893. c.2 bound by Doves Bindery in full green crushed morocco, gilt panelled spine and covers; all edges gilt; gilt inner dentelles. PRB-433

---. Architecture, Industry and Wealth: Collected Papers. London: Longmans, 1902. "First collected edition printed in the Golden type of the Kelmscott press, July 1902; new edition, November 1902." Contents: The history of pattern-designing; The lesser arts of life; Art, wealth, and riches; Art and socialism; Textile fabrics; Art under plutocracy; The revival of architecture; The revival of handicraft; Art and industry in the fourteenth century; The influence of building materials upon architecture; On the external coverings of roofs. This work contains the texts of lectures and articles by William Morris written or given from 1882 - 1892. PRB-47

---. Art and Its Producers, and The Arts and Crafts of To-day: Two Addresses Delivered Before the National Association for the Advancement of Art. London: Longmans, 1901. "Printed at the Chiswick press with the golden type designed by William Morris for the Kelmscott press." "Art and its Producers" was delivered by Morris in Liverpool in 1888. "The Arts and Crafts of Today" was delivered by Morris in Edinburgh in 1889. PRB-48

---. Art and the Beauty of the Earth. Lecture delivered at Burslem Town Hall on October 13, 1881. 1st ed. London: Longmans, 1898. Printed at Chiswick Press in golden type--colophon. Bookplate of Thomas Sydney Walker. "William Morris, 1834-1896" by J. Middleton Murry tipped in at end. P.325-342 of an unknown publisher. Morris discusses the relationship between the utilitarian and the artistic elements. PRB-54

---. The Art of the People: An Address Delivered Before the Birmingham Society of Arts, February 19th, 1879. Chicago: Seymour, 1902. Title vignette. Title and initials in black and red. Running title in red. Colophon: This edition of "The Art of the People" by William Morris, is the first book in which is used the type designed by and cast for Mr. Seymour; two hundred & fifteen copies on paper & ten on Japan vellum have been printed by Geo. F. McKiernan & co. in Chicago for the publisher Ralph Fletcher Seymour, & the type distributed, November, MDCCCCII. Bound in quarter calf with paper boards. ASU has paper copy. Morris addresses himself in this lecture "not only to those who are consciously interested in the arts, but to lall those also who have considered what the progress of civilisation promises and threatens to those who shall come after us: what there is to hope and fear for the future of the arts which were born with the birth of civilisation and will only die with its death." PRB-55

---. A Book of Verse. London: Scolar P, 1980. Facsimile of the 1870 manuscript in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Issued in a case with "A book of verse: notes to accompany a facsimile of the manuscript" (8 p., iv p. of plates), containing introductory material by Roy Strong and Joyce Irene Whalley and bibliography; Prospectus (6 p.). "Edition of three hundred and twenty-five copies. Three hundred numbered copies are for sale of which numbers 1-62 are bound in vellum" Colophon. This is copy no 29. PRBF-44

---. Child Christopher and Goldilind the Fair. 2 vols. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1895. Author's presentation copy inscribed: "To Kate Faulkner from William Morris, Sept. 25th, 1895." Original half-linen binding. PRB-498

---. The Collected Letters of William Morris. Norman Kelvin, ed. 3 vols. Princeton, NJ: Princeton UP, 1984. PRB-625

---. The Defence of Guenevere; The Life and Death of Jason; and Other Poems. London: Oxford UP, 1914. PRB-824

---. The Defence of Guenevere, and Other Poems. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1892. Sold by Reeves & Turner, London 1892. Original limp vellum binding. Author's presentation copy inscribed: "To Theodore Walter Watts from William Morris. May 29th, 1892." PRB-467

---. The Defence of Guenevere and Other Poems. London: Bell and Daldy, 1858. PRB-186

---. The Doom of King Acrisius. Edward Burne-Jones, ill. New York: Russell, 1902. Introduction signed: Fitzroy Carrington. PRB-181

---. A Dream of John Ball and A King's Lesson. Edward Burne-Jones, il. London: Reeves & Turner, 1888. "A Dream of John Ball" first appeared in the "Commonweal," 1886-87; issued in book-form, 1888. "A King's Lesson," a story based on the life of Matthias Corvinus, also appeared in the "Commonweal," Sept. 18, 1886. Original marron cloth with paper label on spine. PRB-193

---. A Dream of John Ball and A King's Lesson. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1892. Sold by Reeves & Turner, London, 1892. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-468

---. Early Poems of William Morris. Florence Harrison, il. London: Blackie, 1914. Title within ornamental border; head and tail pieces. PRB-178

---. The Earthly Paradise. 8 vols. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1896-97. A series of 24 tales, 2 for each month of the year; 12 from classical sources; The other 12 from medieval Latin, French and Icelandic originals. Contents: v.1. Prologue: The Wanderers; March: Atalanta's race; The man born to be king; v.2: April: The doom of King Acrisius; The proud king; v.3: May: The story of Cupid and Psyche; The writing on the image; June: The love of Alcestis; The lady of the land; v.4: July: The son of Croesus; The watching of the falcon; August: Pygmalion and the image; Ogier the Dane; V. 5: September: The death of Paris; The land east of the sun and west of the moon; October: The story of Acontius and Cydippe; The man who never laughed again; v. 6: November: The story of Rhodope; The lovers of Gudrun; v. 7: December: The golden apples; The fostering of Aslaug; January: Bellerophon at Argos; The ring given to Venus; v.8: February: Bellerophon in Lycia; The hill of Venus; Epilogue; L'envoi. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-503

---. The Earthly Paradise: A Poem. 12 vols. London: Longman, 1905. A series of 24 tales, 2 for each month of the year; 12 from classical sources; the other 12 from medieval Latin, French, and Icelandic originals. Bookplate of K. J. Franklin. PRB-712

---. The Earthly Paradise: A Poem. London: Ellis, 1868. Title vignette. Ownership signature of F. G. L. Wood dated June 4, 1868, and bookplate of Francis Hugo Lindley Meynell. PRB-179

---. Five Arthurian Poems. The Defence of Guenevere. King Arthur's Tomb. Sir Galahad, a Christmas Mystery. The Chapel in Lyoness. A Good Knight in Prison. New Rochelle, NY: Elston P, 1902. Colophon: One hundred and seventy-eight copies have been printed with initials from designs by H. M. O'Kane. Printed and sold by Clarke Conwell, at the Elston Press, New Rochelle, New York. Finished this eleventh day of September, MDCCCCII. PRB-442

---. Gothic Architecture: A Lecture for the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society. Hammersmith, London: Kelmscott P, 1893. "This paper, first spoken as a lecture at the New Gallery, for the Arts & Crafts Exhibition society, in the year 1889." PRB-480

---. Guenevere: Two Poems. The Defence of Guenevere and King Arthur's Tomb; with eight decorations by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, and a foreward by Gordon Bottomley. London, Franfrolico P, 1930. Title vignette. "This is no. 192 of 450 copies." PRB-443

---. Hopes and Fears for Art: Five Lectures Delivered in Birmingham, London, and Nottingham, 1878-1881. 2nd ed. London: Ellis & White, 1882. Bookplate of James Watson. Some ms. notations in first three lectures. Contents: The lesser arts; The art of the people; The beauty of life; Making the best of it; The prospects of architecture in civilization. Paper label on spine: Morris's lectures on art. Second Edition. These lectures were delivered before the Trades' Guild of Learning and the Birmingham Society of Artists, the Birmingham School of Art and School of Design, and the London Institute. PRB-49

---. The Ideal Book: Essays and Lectures on the Arts of the Book. William S. Peterson, ed. Berkeley, CA: U Calif. P, 1982. PRB-269

---. The Life and Death of Jason, A Metrical Romance. Decorated by Maxwell Armfield. London: Swarthmore P, 1922?. Illustrated lining-papers. Original blue cloth. PRB-182

---. The Life and Death of Jason, A Poem. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1895. Original limp vellum binding. PRBF-36

---. Love is Enough, or, The Freeing of Pharamond: A Morality. 1st ed. London: Ellis and White, 1873. Bound in quarter-leather with marbled boards; gold tooling on spine. PRB-187

---. Love is Enough, or The Freeing of Pharamond, A Morality. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1898. Original limp vellum binding. Colophon: Here ends Love is enough . . . with two pictures designed by Sir Edward Burne Jones, & engraved on wood by W. H. Hooper. The picture on the opposite page was not designed for this edition . . . but for an edition projected about twenty-five years ago, which was never carried out. Initials in black or blue; ornamental borders on some pages; stage directions in red. PRBF-42

---. News From Nowhere; or, An Epoch of Rest, Being Some Chapters from a Utopian Romance. London: Reeves & Turner, 1891. Large paper edition is limited to two hundred and fifty copies. This work is probably the most extended statement of Morris's beliefs. It is a combination of a moving medieval utopian romance and a prophetic manifesto. Morris has located his utopian society in the future when the inevitable struggles for reform have succeeded in bringing about the Socialist millenium. PRB-37

---. News from Nowhere or, An Epoch of Rest, Being some Chapters from a Utopian Romance. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1893. Sold by Reeves & Turner. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-474

---. A Note by William Morris on His Aims in Founding the Kelmscott Press, Together with a Short Description of the Press by S. C. Cokerell, and an Annotated List of the Books Printed Thereat. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1898. Original half linen binding. PRB-514

---, Tr. Old French Romances, Done into English by William Morris. Introduction by Joseph Jacobs. London: Allen, 1896. Bookplate of Charles Bain Hoyt. Contents: The tale of King Coustans the emperor; The friendship of Amis and Amile; The tale of King Florus and the fair Jehane; The history of over sea. Morris translated the five tales in Norwelles Francaises en Prose du xiii-ieme Siecle. Readers had been able to enjoy English translations of Aucassin et Nicolete for many years, but the other four stories were not previously available. According to Joseph Jacobs' introduction, Morris has succeeded in his translation in reproducing "the tone, the colour, the charm of the Middle Ages." The five stories have been bound into one volume "in a form not unworthy of their excellence but more accessible to those lovers of books whose purses ahve a habit of varying in inverse proportion to the amount of their love." PRB-28

---. Poems by the Way. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1891. Colophon: Here endeth Poems by the Way, written by William Morris, and printed by him at the Kelmscott Press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex; and finished on the 24th day of September of the year 1891. Sold by Reeves & Turner, 196, Strand, London. In black and red, with initials; first page of text within ornamental border. One of 300 copies printed on paper; 13 on vellum. Bound in stiff white vellum. PRB-464

---. Poems by the Way. London: Reeves and Turner, 1891. Printed at the Chiswick Press. PRB-189

---. Pre-Raphaelite Ballads. Many illustrations and decorative borders in black and white by H. M. O'Kane, now done into type from the original text and reprinted. New York: Wessels, 1900. Title on 2 leaves; text on one side of leaf with running title only on reverse, printed pages facing each other. No. 140 of an edition of 250 numbered copies on Imperial Japanese paper. PRB-190

---. The Roots of the Mountains: Wherein is Told Somewhat of the Lives of the Men of Burgdale, Their Friends, Their Neighbours, Their Foemen and Their Fellows in Arms. 1st ed. London: Reeves and Turner, 1890. Original maroon cloth with paper label on spine. PRB-195

---. Signs of Change: Seven Lectures, Delivered on Various Occasions. New ed. London: Longmans, 1896. Contents: How we live and how we might live; Whigs, democrats, and socialists; Feudal England; The hopes of civilization; The aims of art; Useful work versus useless toil; Dawn of a new epoch. This work contains seven Socialist lectures which were given at various times. Two of these lectures were previously printed as pamphlets, three had previously appeared in the Socialist weekly The Commonweal, and two are printed here for the first time. Morris apologizes for any repetition among the lectures since the very nature of the audiences requires that "certain elementary propositions--such, e.g., as the encessity for the abolition of monompoly in the means of production" will be stated in each lecture. Morris feels that his lectures give a different perspective on Socialism since Morris himself is neither "a professional economist nor a professional politician." PRB-35

---. Sir Galahad: A Christmas Mystery. Chicago: Blue Sky P, 1904. Printed on one side of leaf only, the printed pages facing each other. Colophon: "Here endeth the poem, Sir Galahad. A Christmas mystery, by William Morris. This book was designed by Thomas Wood Stevens, and lettered under his direction. The frontispiece is from a painting by Walter H. Hinton. Of this edition there have been printed and published by the Blue sky press in Chicago, five hundred copies on paper and twenty-five copies on Japan vellum, this being number 62." PRB-426

---. Socialist Diary. Florence S. Boos, ed. Iowa City: Windhover P, 1981. Colophon: of the 400 copies printed. PRB-671

---. Some Hints on Pattern-Designing. London: Longmans, 1899. "Printed at the Chiswick Press with the Golden type designed by William Morris for the Kelmscott Press." "A lecture delivered. . .at the Working men's college, London, on December 10, 1881." [His Lectures. no. III] PRB-434

---. Some Thoughts on the Ornamented Mss. of the Middle Ages. New York: Privately Printed, Press of the Woolly Whale, 1934. Printed on his Albion hand press, with an account of its travels from the closing of the Kelmscott Press to the present day. Issued on the one-hundredth anniversary of William Morris's birth, March 24th, 1934. Head-pieces. "A modest number of copies (besides four on vellum) have been printed damp on Arnold unbleached." "A hitherto unpublished article by William Morris. . . . The manuscript. . .[is in] the Henry E. Huntington library of San Marino, CA." Acknowledgement, signed: M. B. C. [i.e. Melbert Brinkerhoff Cary]. "The first book to be printed on [Morris'] Kelmscott 'Chaucer' Press by the Press of the Woolly Whale." Bound in quarter-vellum with embossed paper boards. Morris opens his essay on medieval ornamented manuscripts by noting that the two most important productions of art are first the beautiful house and then the beautiful book. "To enjoy good houses and good books in self respect and decent comfort, seems to me to be the pleasurable end towards which all societies of human beings ought now to struggle." Morris then continues with his discussion of the production of medieval ornamented manuscripts. Following Morris's essay this work contains a history of the Morris press which was used to print the Kelmscott Chaucer as well as the present volume. PRB-105

---. Stories in Prose, Stories in Verse, Shorter Poems, Lectures and Essays. G. D. H. Cole, ed. Bloomsbury, England: Nonesuch P: New York: Random House, 1942. At head of title: Centenary Edition. PRB-455

---. Stories in Prose, Stories in Verse, Shorter Poems, Lectures and Essays. G. D. H. Cole, ed. London: Nonesuch P; New York: Random House, 1948. 1934 edition: Nonesuch no. 92. At head of title: Centenary edition. Illustrated lining-papers. "First edition March 1934." Contents: Biographical note; Introduction; Stories in prose: News from Nowhere, A Dream of John Ball, A King's Lesson, The Story of the Unknown Church; Stories in verse: The Wanderers, The Pilgrims of Hope; Shorter poems; Lectures and essays. PRB-720

---. The Story of Cupid and Psyche. With illus. designed by Edward Burne-Jones, mostly engr. on wood by William Morris; the introd. by A. R. Dufty. 2 v. London: Clover Hill, 1974. Designed and printed by Will and Sebatian Carter at the Rampant Lions Press, Cambridge. "This publication . . . consists of: 130 copies, numbered I-CXXX, each with a portfolio containing a set of collotype prints of the 47 original 'Cupid and Psyche' drawings and a set of proofs of the 44 wood-engravings. 70 copies numbered 1 to 270. 100 portfolios numbered i to c, each containing a set of proofs of the wood-engravings." No 133. Contents: v.1: Introduction. v.2: The poem with the engravings. PRBF-13

---. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs. London: Ellis and White, 1877. Inscribed on flyleaf: Mrs. Lindsay Carnegie with best regards from Soushesk. 1887. PRB-183

---. The Story of Sigurd the Volsung and the Fall of the Niblungs. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1898. In verse. Original limp vellum binding. "Two pictures designed by Edward Burne-Jones and engraved by W. H. Hooper." PRBF-41

---. The Story of the Glittering Plain Which has been Called the Land of Living Men, or the Acre of the Undying. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1891. One of 200 copies printed on paper; 6 on vellum. Bound in white vellum with leather ties. PRB-463

---. The Story of the Glittering Plain Which Has Been Also Called the Land of Living Men or the Acre of the Undying. London: Reeves and Turner, 1891. First trade edition after the Kelmscott Press edition. Ownership signature of Arabelle I. Denny, 1918, on flyleaf. PRB-196

---. The Story of the Glittering Plain Which Has Been Also Called the Land of Living Men, of the Acre of the Undying. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1894. Troy type with initials; added t.p. and first page of text within ornamental border; chapter headings in red. Bound in white vellum. 250 copies on paper, 7 on vellum. Colophon: Here ends the tale of the Glittering plain, written by William Morris, & ornamented with 23 pictures by Walter Crane. Printed at the Kelmscott press, Upper Mall, Hammersmith, in the county of Middlesex, & finished on the 13th day of January, 1894. [Printer's device] Sold by William Morris, at the Kelmscott press. Earlier edition in quarto without illustrations published in 1891. PRBF-34

---. The Sundering Flood. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1897. Overseen by May Morris. 300 copies on paper; 10 on vellum. Original half linen binding. Map on inside front cover drawn by H. Cribb. Printed in Chaucer type on hand-made paper, in black and red with decorative borders and initial letters by Morris at the beginning of each chapter. PRB-512

---. Svend and His Bretheren: A Tale. Aiken,SC: Palmetto P, 1901. Colophon: This little book was printed and bound by W. L. Washburn at the Palmetto press, Aiken, S.C., in the summer of the year MCMI, the title page being designed by Miss A. T. Colcock. Dedicated to all lovers of William Morris and his books. Title within ornamental border. "This is no. 3 of seventy-nine copies printed on Kelmscott paper." PRB-457

---. A Tale of the House of the Wolfings and All the Kindreds of the Mark. London: Reeves and Turner, 1889. A rare advertisment for the author's The Roots of the Mountains laid in. Publisher's catalog dated Aug. 1889 bound in. Original purple cloth with paper label on spine. PRB-199

---. A Tale of the House of the Wolfings and All the Kindreds of the Mark. London: Longmans, 1901. "Printed at the Chiswick Press." PRB-713

---. The Two Sides of the River and Other Sorrows. s.l.: Wilson, 1974. "This book is number 9 of a limited edition of twenty-one copies printed by Douglas Wilson. PRB-180

---. The Water of the Wondrous Isles. London: Longmans, 1897. PRB-201

---. The Water of the Wondrous Isles. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1897. Original limp vellum binding. PRBF-39

---. The Well at the World's End, A Tale. 2 vols. London: Longmans, 1896. Printed at the Chiswick Press. Inscription on front endpaper of Vol. 1: Hugh Mitchell with best love. Xmas 1896. Original beige linen cloth backed blue boards. PRB-202

---. The Well at the World's End. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1896. Original limp vellum binding. PRBF-37

---. William Morris by Himself: Designs and Writings. Gillian Naylor, ed. London: Macdonald Orbis, 1988. Dust jacket. PRBF-47

---. The Wood Beyond the World. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1894. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-490

---. The Wood Beyond the World. New York: Roberts House, 1895. PRB-203

--- and E. Belfort Bax. Socialism, Its Growth and Outcome. London: Sonnenschein; New York: Scribner's, 1893. Large paper edition. "Only two-hundred and seventy-five copies printed . . . of which this is no. 190." Morris and Bax explain in the Preface that they are not duplicating the information found in various pamphlets, but instead are giving an historical approach to the subject, even though this is "a less exciting method than the building up of ‘practical' Utopias, or than attempting the solution of political problems within the immediate purview of the Socialist struggle of to-day." The authors trace the development of society from antiquity to the present, ending with "what may be reasonably expected from the new society when it has at last supplanted the ever-increasing confusion of the present day" (17). PRB-30

---. Socialism, Its Growth and Outcome. London: Sonnenschein; New York: Scribner's, 1893. Some ms. marginal notes in unknown hand. See the annotation for PRB-30 as this is the same text. The handwritten marginal notes in this edition, though, provide a very interesting commentary and perspective on the work for the early historical period through the Middle Ages. PRB-31

--- and Eirikr Magnusson, trs. The Story of Kormak the Son of Ogmund. Introduction by Grace J. Calder. Note on the manuscript work of William Morris by Alfred Fairbank. London: William Morris Society, 1970. PRB-418

Morris and Company, 1861-1940: A Commemorative Centenary Exhibition. Introduction and catalog by Barbara J. Morris. Exhibition held at the Victoria and Albert Museum. London: Arts Council, 1961. PRBP-50

Mullooly, Joseph. A Brief Notice of the Ancient Paintings Found in the Subterranean Basilica of S. Clement in Rome: The Dates of Which Vary from the End of the Third to about the Beginning of the Tenth Century. 2nd ed. Rome: Printed at the PropagandaPress, 1866. With Ruskin, John. Giotto and His Works at Padua. PRB-827