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Acland, Henry Wentworth Dyke and John Ruskin. The Oxford Museum. London: Smith, Elder, 1859. PRB-290

Adams, Francis William Lauderdale. Tiberius: A Drama. Intro. by W. M. Rossetti. London: Unwin, 1894. "Only 250 copies have been printed of this edition. This is No. 103." PRB-163

Adams, Steven. The Art of the Pre-Raphaelites. Secaucus, NJ: Chartwell, 1988. PRB-953

Ady, Julia Mary Cartwright. The Life and Work of Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Bart. London: Art Journal Office, 1894. At head of title: The Art Annual, 1894. "Xmas number of The Art Journal." Printed by J. S. Virtue & Co., Ltd. PRBF-18

Alexander, Francesca. Roadside Songs of Tuscany. Francesca Alexander, tr. and ill. John Ruskin, ed. 4 vols. New York: Wiley, 1884-85. Paged continuously. Italian and English. Contents: pt. I: The story of Lucia, with author's and editor's preface; pt. II: The ballad of Santa Zita, with editor's notes; pt. III: Ballad of the madonna and the rich man, The story of Paolina, Notes on the priest's offices by the editor; pt. IV: Flower of the pea by the editor, The dove, The stories of Isabella and Armida, The stories of Maria and Metilde Seghl, Postscript by the editor, Thou wilt be content; pt. V: The jesamine window, The story of Gigia, The story of Fortunato, First part of the ballad of the madonna and the gipsy; pt. VI: Second part of the ballad of the madonna and the gipsy, Notes on gipsy character by the editor, The story of Edwige; pt. VII: The colonel's leave, The story of Faustina, The song of roses, Translator's note on her drawing of the Lord and the Samaritan woman, Note on idealism by the editor, The song of the shepherds; pt. VIII: Behold, my heart, The story of Emilia and her sister, The golden girdle, Translator's note to the song of the golden girdle, The story of Gemignano Amidel, The leaves of maize, The story of Teresa and Petrucci, Editor's note on the drawing of St. Christopher and the King; pt. IX: The palace on high, When the star, The story of Beatrice and her sons, Songs of country loves, Hear me, swallow dear, The legend of St. Christopher by the translator; pt. X: Editor's note on the vision of St. Christopher, Editor's note on "Fatti alla finestra," Give me light, lady, Nightfall, Talk under the olives with editor's note, The story of Edwige's children, Evening prayer. PRB-769

Alexander, Francesca. The Story of Ida. John Ruskin, ed. Boston: Cupples, Upham, 1883. PRB-447

---. The Story of Ida: Epitaph on an Etrurian Tomb. John Ruskin, ed. 1st ed. Orpington, Kent: George Allen, 1883. PRB-412

Alexandre, Arsene. Sir Edward Burne-Jones. Second series. London: Newnes; New York: Warne, 1907. PRB-608

Allingham, Helen Paterson and E. Baumer Williams, eds. Letters to William Allingham. London: Longmans, 1911. PRB-825

Allingham, William. Ashby Manor: A Play in Two Acts. London: Longmans, 1883? Publisher from label pasted on t.p. Binders title: Poems. With: Evil May-day etc. PRB-519

---. Blackberries. London: Reeves and Turner, 1890. Poems. First published in 1884 under title: Blackberries Picked Off Many Bushes. Inscribed by Helen Allingham. PRB-649

---. Blackberries. . . London: Longmans, 1893. First published in 1884 under the title: Blackberrries Picked Off Many Bushes. Presentation copy to Mr. & Mrs. O'Grady from Helen Allingham 1917. PRB-876

---. By the Way: Verses, Fragments, and Notes. Helen Allingham, arr. London: Longmans, 1912. Inscribed: "Edith Hartley with love from Helen Allingham, July 1912." PRB-166

---. Day and Night and Songs. London: Philip, 1884. PRB-878

---. Evil May-Day, Etc. London: Longmans, 1883? With: Ashby Manor: a play. Imprint under label reads: David Stott. Bound in quarter leather with marble paper wrappers. PRB-519

---. Fifty Modern Poems. London: Bell and Daldy, 1865. "Six of these poems. . .appeared in an early volume, out of print some years." Author's inscription on title page: "To F. G. Stephens from W. Allingham." PRB-248

---. Flower Pieces and Other Poems. With two designs by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. London: Reeves and Turner, 1888. PRB-249

---. In Fairy Land: A Series of Pictures from the Elf-World by Richard Doyle; with a poem by William Allingham. 2nd ed. London: Longmans, 1875. "Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans." PRBF-45

---. Irish Songs and Poems. 3rd. ed. London: Longmans, 1901. Inscription on preliminary leaf: "Rev. Wm. Corrigan from H. Allingham, Ballyshannon, 25th July, 1917." PRB-261

---. Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland: Or the New Landlord. London: Macmillan, 1869. "First appeared in 'Fraser's magazine.'" Bound in green cloth boards; stamped in gold. "New and cheaper issue with a preface." PRB-663

---. Laurence Bloomfield in Ireland: A Modern Poem. London: Macmillan, 1864. PRB-874

---. The Music Master, A Love Story, and Two Series of Day and Night Songs. London: Routledge, 1855. Nine woodcuts, seven designed by Arthur Hughes, one by D. G. Rossetti, and one by John E. Millais. D. G. Rossetti's first appearance as a book illustrator. In a case. PRB-164

---. Poems. London: Chapman and Hall, 1850. PRB-877

---. Rambles. London: Longmans, 1873. Contents: In the new forest; Still in the forest; At Winchester; At Farnham; The winding banks of Erne; At Ballyshannon; At Exeter with the British association; At Torquay and elsewhere; To Dean Prior; At Bideford and Clovelly; At Liverpool with the British association; Up the vale of Blackmore; At Salisbury and Bemerton; At Canterbury. PRB-873

---. Rhymes for the Young Folk. London: Cassell, 1887. With pictures by Helen Allingham, Kate Greenaway, Caroline Paterson, and Harry Furniss. Engraved and printed by Edmund Evans. Illustrated covers. PRB-556

---. Sixteen Poems. Selected by William Butler Yeats. Dundrum, Ireland: Dun Emer P, 1905. One-quarter linen over blue paper boards. PRB-673

---. Thought and Word, and Ashby Manor: A Play in Two Acts. With portrait, four designs for stage scenes, by Mrs. Allingham, and a song with music. London: Reeves and Turner, 1890. PRB-650

---. William Allingham, A Diary. H. Allingham and D. Radford, eds. London: Macmillan, 1907. PRB-879

---. William Allingham's Diary. Introduction by Geoffrey Grigson. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois UP, 1967. PRB-786

Amis et Amiles. Of the Friendship of Amis and Amile. William Morris, tr. Hammersmith, Kelmscott P, 1894. PRB-485

Ancoats Brotherhood. When Adam Delved and Eve Span, Who was Then the Gentleman. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1894. Consists of quotations from Tennyson and Ruskin, with an illustration by Burne-Jones. 2500 copies printed. PRB-517

Angeli, Helen Rossetti. Dante Gabriel Rossetti, His Friends and Enemies. London: Hamilton, 1949. PRB-314

---. Pre-Raphaelite Twilight: The Story of Charles Augustus Howell. London: Richards P, 1954. PRB-904

Armstrong, Walter. Briton Riviere, Royal Academician: His Life and Work. London: Art Journal Office, 1891. Caption title: Briton Rivere, R.A. Last of 8 issues of Art annual, bound together; original cover removed before binding. PRBF-69, No. 8.

---. Sir John E. Millais, Royal Academician, His Life and Work. London: Art Journal Office, 1885. Caption title: Sir John Everett Millais. Second of 8 issues of Art annual, bound together; original cover removed before binding. PRBF-69, No. 2

Arnold, Edwin. The Light of the World or, The Great Consummation. London: Longmans, 1893. Illustrated after designs by W. Holman Hunt. Contents: At Bethlehem; Mary Magdalene; The Magus; The alabaster box; The parables; At Yre; The love of God and man; The great consummation. PRB-278

Art and Poetry: Being Thoughts Towards Nature. No. 3 (Mar 1850) and No. 4 (Apr 1850). London: Dickinson, 1850. Literary organ of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. In tan morroco pull-off case by Sangorski and Sutcliff with The Germ as spine title. This journal began under the title The Germ: Thoughts towards Nature In Poetry, Literature, and Art. However, after the first two issues the title was changed "in consequence of some misapprehension of its intent" to Art and Poetry: Being Thoughts towards Nature. This particular volume contains the first four issues, Nos. 1 & 2 (January, 1850 and February 1850) under the original title and Nos. 3 & 4 under the revised title. The journal contains "original Poems, Stories to develope thought and principle, Essays concerning Art and other subjects, and analytic Reviews of current Literature--particularly Poetry. Each number will also contain an Etching; the subject to be taken from the opening article of the month." The journal is intended to "claim for Poetry that place to which its present development in the leterature of this country so emphatically entitles it." The journal is also designed to encourage the adherence to the simplicity of nature in all art. The etchings are designed to further this aim. Additional notes are found at PRB-2: Art and Poetry: Being Thoughts Towards Nature. PRB-1

Art and Poetry: Being Thoughts Towards Nature. No. 3 (Mar 1850) and No. 4 (May [i.e. Apr] 1850). 2 vol. London: Dickinson, 1850. Rpt. London: Elliot Stock, 1901. In case with The Germ, rpt. London: 1901. Literary organ of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Includes a separately bound Preface by William Michael Rossetti which explains the aims of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood as well as the purpose fot this journal. Rossetti surmises on the reasons for the journal's failure after only four issues. He also discusses the contents of each issue and includes reviews which appeared at the time of the journal's publication. The first two issues appeared under the title The Germ and then the title was changed so the journal was continued by Art and Poetry (reprint 1901) for its remaining two issues. Art and Poetry: Being Thoughts Towards Nature PRB-2

Art Annuals, 1884-1891. London: Printed by J. S. Virtue. 8 vols. in 1. On cover: Leighton, Millais, Alma Tadema, Meissonier, J. C. Hook, Rosa Bonheur, Birket Foster, Briton Riviere, Herkomer. Original issue covers removed before binding. Issue devoted to Herkomer subsequently removed from binding. Bound in at end: Mendicants/ etched by William Strang; Steps at Haddon/ W. Holmes May; Coventry/ G. Latoix; A Border Stronghold/ Geo. Aikman; Aston Hall/ Oliver Baker. PRBF-69

Art Pictures from the Old Testament: Sunday Readings for the Young: A Series of Ninety Illustrations from Original Drawings by Sir F. Leighton, Sir E. Burne-Jones, E. J. Poynter, G. F. Watts, E. Armytage, F. Madox Brown, S. Solomon, W. Holman Hunt, etc., etc. Letterpress by Aley Fox. London: Virtue, 1894. Sixty-nine of the illustrations were first published in 1881 in Dalziel's Bible Gallery. Illustrations: wood engraved frontispiece, and 96 cuts in text (82 full page), by the brothers Dalziel, after E. Armytage, E. Burne-Jones, W. H. Hunt, F. Leighton and 17 others. PRB-714

Artists of Victoria's England: February 2--March 14, 1965. Jacksonville, FL: Cummer Gallery of Art, 1965. PRBP-30

Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society, London. Arts and Crafts Essays. Preface by William Morris. London: Longmans, 1899. First published 1893. Printed at the Chiswick P. Morris's preface discusses the way in which he feels "we ought to face the present position of that revival in decorative art of which our Society [Arts and Crafts Exhibiton Society] is one of the tokens." Morris states that the present position is that "the lack of beauty in modern life (of decoration in the best sense of the word), which in the earlier part of the century was unnoticed, is now recognised by a part of the public as an evil to be remedied if possible; but by far the larger part of civilised mankind does not feel that lack in the least, so that no general sense of beauty is extant which would force us into the creation of a feeling for art which in its turn would force us into taking up the dropped links of tradition, and once more producing genuine organic art." The essays contained in this volume cover such diverse topics as textiles, wall papers, fictiles, metal work, stone and wood carving, furniture, stained glass, table glass, printing, bookbinding, mural painting scraffito work, stucco, cast iron, dyeing, embroidery, lace, book illustration and decoration, designs and working drawings, intarsia and inlaid woodwork, materials, colour, and stitches and mechanism. These essays have a number of different authors as well, including Morris himself, May Morris, F. Madox Brown, Walter Crane, G. T. Robinson, Stephen Webb, Somers Clarke, and Alan S. Cole, among others. PRB-110

Ashbee, Charles Robert. An Endeavor Towards the Teaching of John Ruskin and William Morris: Being a Brief Account of the Work, the Aims, and the Principles of the Guild of Handicraft in East London. London: Arnold, 1901. "Dedicated by him [Ashbee] less in the writing, than in the work the writing seeks to set forth, to their memory." Colophon: "This record. . .by C. R. Ashbee, is the first book printed at the Essex house press in the new type designed by him. The blocks and cuts are by George Thomson." "350 copies. No. 37." Bound in vellum; gold lettering on spine. Bookplate of D. G. Bridson. PRB-449

Ashmolean Museum. English Drawing in the Ashmolean Museum. Oxford: UP, 195?. Intord. Signed: K.T.P. [i.e. Karl Theodore Parker]. Text on p. [3] and [10] covered by mounted errata slips. PRBP-24

Aspects of Victorian Art: 30th March-23rd April, 1971. Catalogue designed by Atholl Hill. London: Fine Art Society, 1971. PRBP-29

Aytoun, William Edmondstoune. Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and Other Poems. Joseph Noel Paton and Waller H. Paton, ill. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1863. Includes illustrations by Dalziel Brothers. PRB-601