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The Saga Library: Done into English Out of the Icelandic. William Morris and Eirikr Magnusson, eds. & trs. 6 vols. London: Quaritch, 1891-1905. Contents: I. The story of Howard the Halt. The story of the Banded men. The story of Hen Thorir. 1891; II. The story of the Ere-dwellers with the story of the Heath-slayings, 1892; III-VI. Snorri Sturluson. The stories of the kings of Norway called the Round World (Heimskringia), 1893-1905. PRB-416

Savarit, Jacques. Tendances Mystiques et Esoteriques Chez Dante-Gabriel Rossetti. Avec une lettre-frontispice d'Andre Maurois. Preface by Francois Fosca. Paris: Didier, 1961. PRB-831

Savonarola, Girolamo Maria Francesco Matteo. Epistola de Contemptu Mundi di Frate Hieronymo da Ferraral. . .la Quale Manda ad Elena Buonaccorsi sua Madre, per Consolari della Morted del Fratello su Zio. Charles Fairfax Murray, ed. Londra: Stamperia Kelmscott, 1894. Ed. by Charles Fairfax Murray from the original autograph letter. Text in black and red; printers mark in red. Title vignette (woodcut). "De questa edizione privata fatta a spese dell'editore, sono state tirate centocinquanta copie in carta, & sei in pergamens." Original half linen binding. PRB-494

Savva, Monk. The Book of Wisdom and Lies: A Georgian Story-Book of the Eighteenth Century. Oliver Wardrop, tr. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1894. Sold by B. Quaritch, London. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-491

Schmidt-Kunsemuller, Friedrich Adolf. William Morris un die Neure Buchkunst. Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz, 1955. PRB-832

Scott, Temple. A Bibliography of the Works of William Morris. Ann Arbor, MI: Gryphon, 1971. "Facsimile reprint of the 1897 edition published in London by George Bell & Sons." PRB-216

Scott, Walter. The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott: With Photographic Illustrations. London: Suttaby, 188?. Title vignette (port.). Prefatory notice by W. M. Rossetti. Bound in black morocco; blind tooled and gold stamped on spine; inner border of gold denteele; gilt edges. Photographs--Albumin prints. PRB-701

Scott, William Bell. Antiquarian Gleanings in the North of England: Being Examples of Antique Furniture, Plate, Church Decoration, Objects of Historical Interest, Etc. London: Bell, 1849. Title vignette. Bookplate of T. J. Honeyman. Bound in full brown morocco with gold lettering on front cover. PRBF-15

---. Autobiographical Notes of the Life of William Bell Scott: And Notices of His Artistic and Poetic Circle of Friends, 1830 to 1882. W. Minto, ed. Illustrated by etchings by himself and reproductions of sketches by himself and friends. 2 v. New York: Harper, 1892. PRB-803

---. Autobiographical Notes of the Life of William Bell Scott: And Notices of his Artistic and Poetic Circle of Friends, 1830 to 1882. W. Minto, ed. Illustrated by etchings by himself and reproductions of sketches by himself and friends. 2 vols. London: Osgood, McIlvaine, 1892. PRB-627

---. Gems of French Art: A Series of Carbon-Photographs from the Pictures of Eminent Modern Artists, with Remarks on the Works Selected, and An Essay on the French School. London: Routledge, 1871. PRB-641

---. The Little Masters. London: Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1881. Contents: Forerunners of the little masters; Dürer, the reputed teacher of the little masters; Albrecht Altdorfer; Albrecht Altdorfer's works; Hans Sebald Beham and Barthel Beham; The works of the Behams; Heinrich Aldegrever; Georg Pencz; Jacob Binck and Hans Brosamer. PRB-918

---. Poems: Ballads, Studies from Nature, Sonnets, Etc. Illustrated by seventeen etchings by the author and L. Alma-Tadema. London: Longmans, 1875. Title vignette. Bound in white cloth with gold stamped front cover and spine. The author notes in his preface that this volume contains poems which were written earlier, but which represent those "productions he wishes most to preserve, or at least the majority of these; he has carefully revised them, and lovingly decorated them, with the assistance of a friend, as a duty to himself, and to place before the public in a permanent form his credentials to be considered a poet." PRB-132

---. A Poet's Harvest Home: Being One Hundred Short Poems. 1st ed. London: Stock, 1882. Inscribed: "Rev. F. Langbridge with compliments" in the author's hand. Title vignette and a design at rear by the author. Bound in vellum with title vignette repeated on front cover in red; t.e.g. PRB-340

---. Scenes from Northumbrian History: The Mural Paintings at Wallington Hall, Northumberland. "The text is based on a pamphlet, published in 1867, of an address by William Bell Scott to the Royal Institute of British Architects." PRBP-28

---. William Blake; Etchings From His Works. With descriptive text. London: Chatto and Windus, 1878. Printed paper boards rebacked with buckram. PRBF-5

Seddon, John Pollard. King Rene's Honeymoon Cabinet. Illustrated from photographs of the panels painted by D. G. Rossetti, Sir Edward Burne-Jones, Ford Madox Brown, etc., with a drawing by the author. London: Batsford, 1898. PRB-687

Sewter, A. C. The Stained Glass of William Morris and His Circle. New Haven: Yale UP, 1974. Volume II. Consists of a complete catalogue of the output of the firm from its foundation in 1861 to its final closure in 1940. PRBF-12

Shakespeare, William. The Poems, Printed After the Original Copies of Venus and Adonis, 1593; The Rape of Lucrece, 1594; Sonnets, 1609; The Lover's Complaint. Frederick S. Ellis, ed. Hamersmith: Kelmscott P, 1893. Sold by Reeves & Turner, London, 1893. Original limp vellum binding. PRB-473

Sharp, Elizabeth Amelia. William Sharp (Fiona Macleod) A Memoir. New York: Duffield, 1910. PRB-341

Sharp, William. Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Record and a Study. London: Macmillan, 1882. PRB-822

---. Papers Critical and Reminiscent: Selected Writings of William Sharp. Selected and arranged by Mrs. William Sharp. Uniform ed. New York: Duffield, 1912. Contents: On Matthew Arnold; Robert Browning; Rossetti in prose and verse; Some reminiscences of Christina Rossetti; Philip Bourke Marston; Sir Edward Burne-Jones; Personal reminiscences of Walter Pater; "Marius the Epicurean"; Thomas Hardy and his novels (1892); George Meredith: an estimate of his work in prose and verse (1899); Algernon Charles Swinburne (1901); Eugene Lee-Hamilton (1903); The hotel of the beautiful star; Bibliographical note. William Sharp notes that while all authors "afford at least a glimpse of self-portraiture to the reader," Rossetti is revealed more through his writings than most. "Not one of his biographers will lead us so deeply into his secret as he does himself" (38). Most of the information in Sharp's essays is the result of personal acquaintances and reminiscences. PRB-152

Shelley, Percy Bysshe. Adonais. William Michael Rossetti, ed. Oxford: Clarendon P, 1891. PRB-629

---. The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley. 3 vols. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1895. Sold by William Morris. Initials and borders. Decorated title preceding text in vol. 1: The Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley. 250 copies on paper and 6 on vellum. Bound in original vellum, without ties. Colophon: Overseen by F. S. Ellis after the text of foregoing editions, & printed by me, William Morris, at the Kelmscott press, Upper mall, Hammersmith, and finished on the 21st day of August, 1895. Vol. 1 published November, 1893; vol. 2 March, 1895. PRB-492

---. The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley: Including Various Additional Pieces from MS. and Other Sources. 2 vols. London: Moxon, 1870. Text carefully revised, with notes and a memoir. Bookplate of Algernon Charles Swinburne. PRB-343

Shepherd, Richard Herne. The Bibliography of Swinburne: A Bibliographical List, Arranged in Chronological Order, of the Published Writings in Verse and Prose of Algernon Charles Swinburne. London: Redway, 1887. "New edition, revised and considerably enlarged. (Only 250 copies printed.) Preface by Richard Herne Shepherd. PRB-397

Shields, Frederic. The Life and Letters of Frederic Shields. Ernestine Mills, ed. London: Longmans, 1912. With photogravure portrait and 41 other illustrations. PRB-276

Shipley, Orby, ed. Lyra Mystica: Hymns and Verses on Sacred Subjects, Ancient and Modern. 1st ed. London: Longman, 1865. Contains threee contributions by Christina Rossetti. Inscribed: "Frances M. L. Rossetti from C. G. R. 'Her children arise and call her blessed.' 23rd November 1864." Also overleaf in pencil by Christina: "This contains Charles Bagot Cayley's translation of my Father's 'O Forza Irrisistible'." Signed on flyleaf: "W. M. Rossetti from Christina's books, 1894. In original brown cloth with blind stamped covers and gold stamped oval on front cover; yapped edges. According to the editor, he had more poems than space in his two previous volumes, Lyra Eucharistica and Lyra Messianica, and so decided to publish the extra poems and a few new additions in the present work. He thought that a "Miscellaneous Collection of Religious Poetry, which should be written by the Contributors who secured the popularity of the former Lyræ," would find favor with his readers. Shipley goes on to say that the "Title ‘Mystic' was chosen as indicative of the mystical interpretation which has been given in many of the Poems in the following pages to the Sacred or Legendary Events, or to the doctrinal Statements of Holy Scripture, or to the other Subjects upon which the Hymns and Verses were composed." The work contains an index of the first lines of the hymns and also excerpts from reviews from the previous two volumes. PRB-123

Short, Ernest Henry. Watts. 1st ed. London: Allan, 1924. Original red cloth. Ownership signature of G. Stroud Read, March 13th, 1929 on front flyleaf. The author maintains that the art of Watts may be understood only by relating the "artist to the pulsing life and thought of his age." Short goes on to say that "the interest and significance of George Frederic Watts areise from the fact that he is the latest of Britain's poet-painters. In deed and word, his aim was ever to identify his work with ‘all that is good and great in every creed and utterance, and with all that is inspiring in every record of heroism, of suffering, of effort and of achievement.'" The work is divided into four chapters: biographical and personal, external influences, style and subjects, and the quality of the artist. There are also two appendices: a list of Watt's pictures and a bibliography. PRB-101

Shrewsbury, Henry William. The Visions of an Artist: Studies in G. F. Watts. With interpretations by H. W. Shrewsbury. 1st ed. London: Kelly, 1918. PRB-783

Shute, Nerina, 1908- . Victorian Love Story: A Study of the Victorian Romantics Based on the Life of Dante Gabriel Rossetti. A Novel. London: Jarrolds, 1954. Illustrations, on endpapers, are Rossetti portraits of Elizabeth Siddall, Fanny Cornforth, and Jane Morris. PRB-908

Siddall, Elizabeth. Poems and Drawings of Elizabeth Siddal. Roger C. Lewis and Mark Samuels Lasner, eds. Wolfville, N.S., Canada: Wombat P, 1978. "This edition is limited to five hundred copies." This is copy no. 5. PRB-664

Singer, Hans Wolfgang, 1867-. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. London: Siegle, Hill, 1906. "List of Rossetti's works in public collections": p. 71-72. Translation of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (Berlin, 1905). PRB-893

Smetham, James. Letters of James Smetham, with an Introductory Memoir. Sarah Smetham and William Davies, eds. London: Macmillan, 1891. PRB-345

---. Letters of James Smetham, With an Introductory Memoir. Sarah Smetham and William Davies, eds. 2nd ed. London: Macmillan, 1892. PRB-838

---. The Literary Works of James Smetham. William Davies, ed. London: Macmillan, 1893. Contents: Essays: Sir Joshua Reynolds, William Blake, Alexander Smith, Gerard Dow; Poems. PRB-900

Solomon, Simeon. A Vision of Love Revealed in Sleep. London: Printed for the author, 1871. Original blue cloth binding with gold stamping on front cover; cover designed by author. Prospectus for this book (1 leaf) laid in. Simeon Solomon was one of the more fascinating members of the Pre-Raphaelite circle, but after his legal conviction for pederasty in 1873, he was no longer mentioned in discussions of the brotherhood. He showed unusual early promise, becoming a student of the Royal Academy Schools when he was fifteen and entering his first picture for exhibition at eighteen. A Vision of Love Revealed in Sleep was published by the author and is an allegorical fragment, possibly suggested by Rossetti's Hand and Soul. PRB-133

Sonstroem, David. Rossetti and the Fair Lady. 1st ed. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 1970. PRB-787

Spalding, Frances. Magnificent Dreams: Burne-Jones and the Late Victorians. New York: Dutton, 1978. PRB-293

Sparling, Henry Halliday. The Kelmscott Press and William Morris Master-Craftsman. London: Macmillan, 1924. Contents: The idea takes form; Printing in 1888; Morris in 1888; Apprenticeship; Preparation; The master-printer; Books printed; Achievement; Epilogue; Appendix. A note on his aims in founding the Kelmscott press by William Morris. A short description of the Kelmscott Press by S. C. Cockerell. Various lists, leaflets and announcements printed at the Kelmscott press. Bookplate of R. Magee Smythe. PRB-451

Spenser, Edmund. The Shepheardes Calender: Conteyning Twelve Aegloues, Proportionable to the Twelve Monethes. F. S. Ellis, ed. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1896. Golden type in black and red; paper boards, holland back. 12 full page illustrations by A. J. Gaskin from process blocks. One of 225 copies printed on paper; 6 on vellum. PRB-506

Spielmann, Marion Harry. John Ruskin: A Sketch of His Life, His Work, and His Opinions, with Personal Reminiscences. Together with a paper by John Ruskin entitled "The Black Arts." London: Cassell, 1900. PRB-833

---. Millais and His Works, with Special Reference to the Exhibition at the Royal Academy 1808. With a chapter "Thoughts on our art of to-day" by Sir J. E. Millais. Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1898. PRB-913

Stanford, Derek. Pre-Raphaelite Writing: An Anthology. London: Dent, 1973. PRB-810

Stansky, Peter. Redesigning the World: William Morris, the 1880's, and the Arts and Crafts. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1985. PRB-674

Stephens, Frederic George. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. London: Seeley, 1905. Reissue of the edition of 1894. PRB-94

---. Flemish Relics: Architectural, Legendary, and Pictorial, as Connected with Public Buildings in Belgium. Gathered by Frederick G. Stephens. Illustrated with photographs by Cundall and Fleming. London: Bennett, 1866. 14 albumen prints mounted. PRB-675

---. J. C. Hook, Royal Academician: His Life and Work. Illustrated with engravings and facsimiles. London: Art Journal Office, 1888. Caption title: James Clarke Hook, R. A. Fifth of 8 issues of Art annual, bound together; original cover removed before binding. PRBF-69 no. 5

---. Lawrence Alma Tadema, R. A., A Sketch of His Life and Work. With a portrait, an autograph, and twenty-two illustrations. London: Berlin Photographic, 1895. "This is to certify that the Edition de luxe of this work consists of four hundred copies on Japanese vellum. This is no. 298." Printed at the Chiswick Press. Bookplate of George J. Gould. Bound by Hatchards of Piccadilly in brown morocco with gold ruled borders; gold raised bands on spine. PRBF-26

---. Memoirs of Sir Edwin Landseer: A Sketch of the Life of the Artist, Illustrated with Reproductions of Twenty-four of His Most Popular Works. London: Bell, 1874. "Being a new ed. of The Early Works of Sir Edwin Landseer." Head and tail pieces. PRB-678

---. Normandy, Its Gothic Architecture and History: As Illustrated by Twenty-Five Photographs from Buildings in Rouen, Caen, Mantes, Bayeaux, and Falaise: A Sketch. London: Bennett, 1865. Cover title: Architecture etc. in Normandy. PRB-241

---. Notes on a Collection of Drawings and Woodcuts by Thomas Bewick, Exhibited at the Fine Art Society's Rooms, 1880. Also a complete list of all works illustrated by Thomas and John Bewick, with their various editions, with thirty-two illustrations from original wood blocks. London: Fine Art Society, 1881. "The catalogue of the published works of Thomas and John Bewick has been compiled by Mr. D. C. Thomson." PRB-684

---. Sir Edwin Landseer. 3rd ed. London: Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1881. Frederic George Stephens was one of two nonartistic members of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, having made only a few attempts at painting. He turned instead to art criticism and this work is one of his many monographs and compiled catalogues on various artists. The work contains a chronological list of Landseer's paintings as well as numerous illustrations of them. PRB-80

Stuart, Dorothy Margaret. Christina Rossetti. London: Macmillan, 1930. Half-title: English Men of Letters, ed. by J. C. Squire. PRB-264

Surtees, Virginia. The Paintings and Drawings of Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-1892): A Catalogue Raisonne. Oxford: Clarendon P: 1971. According to the Preface, this "catalogue is intended as a supplement to the one in H. C. Marillier's indispensable Dante Gabriel Rossetti, an illustrated Memorial of his Art and Life (1899), and includes all Rossetti's pictures and drawings known to me." The entries are divided into three sections: "entries, whether oil-paintings, water-colours, or drawings, in chronological order;" "portraits in alphabetical order;" and "humourous drawings, and sketches which are not in themselves finished works and cannot be related to any finished work." The work is divided into two volumes. Volume I has a description and annotation of each of the items, as well as a chronological listing, and index of the works, and a general index. Volume II contains all the plates. PRB-45

Swinburne, Algernon Charles. The Age of Shakespeare. New York: Harper, 1908. Contents: Christopher Marlowe; John Wester; Thomas Dekker; John Marston; Thomas Middleton; William Rowley; Thomas Heywood; George Chapman; Cyril Tourneur. PRB-158

---. Astrophel and Other Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1894. Dedicated to William Morris. PRB-350

---. Atalanta in Calydon: A Tragedy. London: Medici Society, 1923. Half-title: The Riccardi Press Booklets. "Of this edition. . .have been printed on hand-made Riccardi paper 1025 copies, of which 1000 only are for sale, and on vellum 12 copies, of which 10 are for sale. Paper copy number 662." Printed in the Riccardi Press fount by the Chiswick Press. PRB-437

---. Atalanta in Calydon: A Tragedy. London: Moxon, 1865. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. Bound in white cloth with gold medallions on cover and gold lettering on spine. PRB-374

---. Atalanta in Calydon, A Tragedy. Hammersmith: Kelmscott P, 1894. Bound in limp vellum. Ownership signature of E. H. Blakeney. PRBF-35

---. Atalanta in Calydon; and, Erectheus. Golden pine ed. London: Heinemann, 1917. Bound by Riviere & Son in crimson calf with gold lettering and gold-stamped turn-ins; t.e.g. In fleece-lined slipcase with the 4 other titles in the Golden pine ed. PRB-460

---, ed. Ballads of the English Border. Introduction, glossary and notes by William A. MacInnes. London: Heinemann, 1925. Ancient ballads ["resett"]; Imitative ballads; Modern ballads. PRB-352

---. Border Ballads. Thomas J. Wise, ed. Boston, MA: Printed only for members of the Bibliophile society, 1912. "Four hundred and seventy-seven copies. . .have been printed for members. . .and two for copyright purposes." In double slipcase. Date on spine: 1913. PRB-351

---. Bothwell: A Tragedy. 1st ed. London: Chatto and Windus, 1874. PRB-375

---. A Century of Roundels. London: Chatto & Windus, 1883. PRB-353

---. A Channel Passage and Other Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1904. PRB-354

---. Chastelard: A Tragedy. London: Moxon, 1865. PRB-376

---. The Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise, eds. 20 vols. London: Heinemann, 1925-1927. "The Bonchurch edition. . .limited to 780 sets. . .no. 332." Vols. 19-20 have special title pages, with general title on half-title only. Contents: v. 1-6. Poetical works; v. 7-10 Tragedies; v. 11-17 Prose works; v. 18 Letters; v. 19 The life of Algernon Charles Swinburne by Edmund Gosse; v. 20 A bibliography of the writings in prose and verse of Algernon Charles Swinburne by Thomas James Wise. PRB-346

---. Contemporaries of Shakespeare. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise, eds. 1st ed. London: Heinemann, 1919. Contents: Introduction by E. Gosse; Christopher Marlowe in realtion to Green, Peel, and Lodge; George Chapman; The earlier plays of Beaumont and Fletcher; Philip Massinger; John Day; Robert Davenport; Thomas Nabbes; Richard Brome; James Shirley. PRB-150

---. The Duke of Candia: A Drama. London: Chatto & Windus, 1908. Bookplate of Kenneth Gemmel. PRB-377

---. Erechtheus: A Tragedy. London: Chatto & Windus, 1876. PRB-378

---. Essays and Studies. London: Chatto and Windus, 1875. "Chiefly reprinted from the Fortnightly review." Errata slip after contents. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. Original blue cloth; backstrip torn. Contents: Victor Hugo: L'homme qui rit.; Victor Hugo: L'annee terrible; The poems of Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Morris's life and death of Jason; Matthew Arnold's new poems; Notes on the text of Shelley; Byron; Coleridge; John Ford; Notes on designs of the old masters at Florence; Notes on some pictures of 1868. According to the author's preface, these essays were "written at intervals during a space of seven years" and are "now reissued with no change beyond the correction of an occasional errror, the addition of an occasional note, and the excision or modification of an occasional phrase or passage." Swinburne notes that these essays avoid "narrowness and dogmatism," and instead express the author's thoughts or perceptions on the truth about art and its imaginative aspects. The essays are "here arranged according to scale and subject, with the date appended when necessary; and have now but to show for themselves whether or not they can pretend to any more noticeable or more vital quality than that of sincere desire and studious effort to see the truth and speak it." PRB-119

---. George Chapman, A Critical Essay. London: Chatto and Windus, 1875. Also published as an introduction in "The works of George Chapman: poems and minor translations. . .London, 1875." Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-161

---. A Golden Book of Swinburne's Lyrics. Edward Henry Blakeney, ed. London: Hopkinson, 1927. "This edition. . .is limited to 262 copies. . .and the type has been distributed. Number Review." Bound in gold cloth with paper label on cover. PRB-355

---. Hide and Seek. With notes by John S. Mayfield. London: Stourton P, 1975. "250 numbered copies." No. 109. PRB-356

---. In the Twilight: A Poem. London: Printed for Thomas J. Wise, 1909. PRB-357

---. Laus Veneris and Other Lyrics. Mount Vernon, NY: Peter Pauper P, 1942? PRB-657

---. Laus Veneris, and Other Poems and Ballads. 1st American ed. Wise, Swinburne, 32. New York: Caleton; London: Moxton 1866. First published in London, 1866, with title "Poems and ballads." "Laus Veneris" was originally published in pamplet form, London, 1866. Bound in purple cloth; stamped in gold; covers bevelled; all edges stained blue; gray coated endpapers. PRB-251

---. The Letters of Algernon Charles Swinburne. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise, eds. 2 vols. London: Heinemann, 1918. PRB-391

---. The Letters of Algernon Charles Swinburne with Some Personal Recollections by Thomas Hake and Arthur Compton-Rickett. London: Murray, 1918. PRB-392

---. Locrine: A Tragedy. London: Chatto & Windus, 1887. PRB-379

---. Lord Scales: A Ballad by a Borderer. London: Printed for private circulation, 1909. One of 20 copies printed for Theodore Watts-Dunton. Bound in original green printed wrappers enclosed in cloth folding case within quarter-morocco slipcase. PRB-358

---. Love's Cross-Currents: A Year's Letters. London: Chatto & Windus, 1905. PRB-389

---. Lucretia Borgia: The Chronicle of Tebaldeo Tebaldei: Renaissance Period. Commentary and notes by Randolph Hughes; engravings by Reynolds Stone. London: Golden Cockerel P, 1942. 350 copies printed. This is copy no. 324. Issued in slipcase. "Lucretia Borgia, now issued for the first time, is, together with Lesbia Brandon. . .the most important of the large mass of Swinburne's unpublished writings. . .The title Lucretia Borgia is not Swinburne's own; he called the work The Chronicle of Tebaldeo Tebaldei." --Foreword. PRBF-49

---. Marino Faliero: A Tragedy. London: Chatto & Windus, 1885. c.1: Catalog dated Jan., 1885; c.2: Catalog dated Apr., 1885. PRB-380

---. Mary Stuart: A Tragedy. London: Chatto & Windus, 1881. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-757

---. A Midsummer Holiday and Other Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1884. PRB-359

---. Miscellanies. 1st ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1886. The memoir of Mary, queen of Scots, and the monographs on Congreve, Keats, and Landor appeared previously in the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Most of the other articles were first published in the Nineteenth Century or the Fortnightly Review. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. Contents: Short notes on English poetry; A century of English poetry; Congreve; Collins; Wordsworth and Byron; Charles Lame and George Wither; Landor; Keats; Tennyson and Musset; Emily Bronte; Charles Reade; Auguste Vacquerle; Mary, queen of Scots; Appendix: A relic of Dryden; Sir Henry Taylor on Shelley; Note ont he character of Mary, queen of Scots. PRB-149

---. Mr. Whistler's Lecture on Art. Boston: Bibliophile Society, 1914. Caption title. Signed: Algernon Charles Swinburne. On half-title: Seal of the Bibliophile Society. This essay is said to have caused the estrangement between Whistler and Swinburne, which continued until Whistler's death. PRBF-24

---. A Note on Charlotte Bronte. London: Chatto & Windus, 1877. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-165

---. A Note on Charlotte Bronte. New ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1894. Ownership signature of Arnold R. Johnson dated Feb.'99. PRB-711

---. Ode to Mazzini. The Saviour of Society. Liberty and Loyalty. Unpublished mss. discovered among the author's effects after his death. Boston: Printed exclusively for members of the Bibliophile society, 1913. "Four hundred and seventy-seven copies of this work have been printed for members of the Bibliophile society, and two for copyright purposes. The type has been distributed." Prefaces by Edmund Gosse. PRB-425

---. Pasiphae: A Poem. John Buckland Wright, illus. London: Golden Cockerel P, 1950. "Now correctly printed for the first time. . . Prepared for press from the namuscript in the British Museum and introduced by Randolph Hughes. . .and printed. . .at the Golden Cockerel Press." "Limited to 500 copies. . .Copy no. 227." PRB-444

---. A Pilgrimage of Pleasure: Essays and Studies. Boston: Badger, 1913. "This edition. . .is limited to 500 copies, printed from type." "A bibliography of the works of Algernon Charles Swinburne by Edward J. O'Brien." Ownership signature of A. Hopewell-Smith, 1917. PRB-388.

---. Poems and Ballads. London: Hotten, 1866. 1st ed., 1st issue. PRB-360

---. Poems and Ballads, First Series. Golden pine ed. London: Heinemann, 1918. Bound by Riviere & Son in crimson calf with gold lettering and gold-stamped turn-ins; t.e.g. In fleece-lined slipcase with the 4 other titles in the Golden pine ed. PRB-460

---. Poems and Ballads, Second and Third Series. Golden pine ed. London: Heinemann, 1918. Bound by Riviere & Son in crimson calf with gold lettering and gold-stamped turn-ins; t.e.g. In fleece-lined slipcase with the 4 other titles in the Golden pine ed. PRB-460

---. Poems and Ballads, Second Series. London: Chatto and Windus, 1878. Book rebound in blue buckram. PRB-279

---. Poems and Ballads, Third Series. 1st ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1889. PRB-362

---. The Poems of Algernon Charles Swinburne. 6 vols. 1st impression. London: Chatto & Windus, 1904. Title in red and black. "Large-paper edition. . .is limited to 110 sets, of which only 100 sets are for sale." "This copy is No. 34." Contents: I. Poems and ballads, first series; II. Songs before sunrise and songs of two nations; III. Poems and ballads, second and third series and songs of the springtides; IV. Tristram of Lyonesse, the tale of Balen, Atalanta in Calydon, Erechteus; V. Studies in song; a century of roundels; sonnets on English dramatic poets; the heptalogia, etc.; VI. A midsummer holiday; Astrophel; a channel passage and other poems. PRB-349

---. Posthumous Poems. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise, eds. "This hand-made paper edition is limited to three hundred copies, of which this is no. 9." Presentation copy signed Tho. J. Wise. PRB-364

---. Posthumous Poems. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise, eds. London: Heinemann, 1917. PRB-363

---. The Queen-Mother and Rosamond. 2nd ed. London: Hotten, 1868. Includes reviews of Swinburne's poem "Atalanta" bound in front. Original green cloth; gold lettering on spine. PRB-758

---. The Queen-Mother Rosamond: Two Plays. London: Pickering, 1860. The name of Philip Bourke Marston was written on the title page by Swinburne himself--cf. note on prelim. leaf. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-382

---. Rosamund, Queen of the Lombards: A Tragedy. 1st ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1899. PRB-384

---. Rosamund, Queen of the Lombards: A Tragedy. New York: Dodd, 1899. Printed by D. P. Updike, the Merrymount Press, Boston. PRB-759

---. Selections from A. C. Swinburne. Edmund Gosse and Thomas James Wise, eds. London: Heinemann, 1919. "This edition is limited to 525 numbered copies, of which 500 are for sale and 25 for presentation. PRB-348

---. The Sisters: A Tragedy. London: Chatto & Windus, 1892. PRB-386

---. A Song of Italy. London: Hotten, 1867. PRB-368. c.1 Green cloth; c.2 blue cloth. Bookplate of Edmund Backhouse. PRB-368

---. Songs Before Sunrise. London: Ellis, 1871. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-365

---. Songs Before Sunrise. Golden pine ed. London: Heinemann, 1918. Bound by Riviere & Son in crimson calf with gold lettering and gold-stamped turn-ins; t.e.g. In fleece-lined slipcase with the 4 other titles in the Golden pine ed. PRB-460

---. Songs Before Sunrise. A new ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1899. Original blue cloth with gold ornaments on covers and spine. PRB-756

---. Songs of the Springtides. London: Chatto & Windus, 1880. Contents: Thalassius; On the cliffs; The garden of Cymodoce; Birthday ode. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-367

---. Songs of Two Nations. London: Chatto & Windus, 1875. Contents: A song of Italy; Ode on the proclamation of the French republic; Dirae. PRB-369

---. Specimens of Modern Poets. The Heptalogia or The Seven Against Sense: A Cap with Seven Bells. I. The higher pantheism in a nutshell. II. John Jones. III. The poet and the Woodlouse. IV. The person of the house (idyl CCCLXVI). V. Last words of a seventh-rate poet. VI. Sonnet for a picture. VII. Nephelidia. London: Chatto & Windus, 1880. The seven poets parodied are in the order of the poems: Alfred Tennyson, Robert Browning, Elizabeth Browning, Coventry Patmore, "Owen Meredith", D. G. Rossetti, and Swinburne himself. Bound in buckram with gilt ruled borders and gilt lettering on spine. PRB-370

---. Springtide of Life: Poems of Childhood. With a preface by edmund Gosse. Illustrated by Arthur Rackham. London: Heinemann, 1918. Poems selected by Gosse from the author's published work, supplemented with a "cycle of poems called 'A Dark Month.'" "This edition is limited to 765 numbered and signed copies" No. 120, signed by the illustrator. PRB-347

---. Studies in Prose and Poetry. London: Chatto & Windus, 1894. Contents: The journal of Sir Walter Scott; Recollections of Professor Jowett; Robert Herrick; John Webster; Beaumont and Fletcher; Social verse; Wilkie Collins; Whitmania; Tennyson or Darwin?; Les Cenci; The posthumous works of Victor Hugo: Theatre en liberte; La fin de Satan; Choses vues; Les Jumeaux; Notes of travel: Alps and Pyrenees; Notes of travel: France and Belgium; Dieu toute la lyre. In addition to the collection of eighteen essays, which include footnotes, this volume also has a 32 page catalogue of Chatto & Windus books set into the back of it. PRB-120

---. Studies in Song. London: Chatto & Windus, 1880. Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-371

---. A Study of Shakespeare. London: Chatto & Windus, 1880. Contains dedication to J. O. Halliwell-Phillips, which caused the controversy between Halliwell-Phillips and Furnivall. "Report of the proceedings. . .of the newest Shakespeare society" is an attack upon the New Shakespeare society. Contents: A study of Shakespeare; First period: lyric and fantastic; Second period: comic and historic; Third period: tragic and romantic. (From the Fortnightly Review, May, 1875-January 1876); Appendix: I. Note on the historical play of King Edward III (from Gentleman's Magazine, August and September, 1879); II. Report of the proceedings on the first anniversary session of the newest Shakespeare society (from the Examiner, April, 1876); III. Additions and corrections signed: Chimaera Bombinans to Vaeno (from the Examiner, April, 1876). Bookplate of Henry Sturgis Grew. PRB-162

---. A Study of Victor Hugo. London: Chatto & Windus, 1886. Ownership signature of Wallace B. Nichols on flyleaf. While acknowledging the impossibility of writing a comprehensive study of Victor Hugo, the author states in his preface the principal aim of this work, namely "to bring into more prominent relief such aspects of the poet and the man as hitherto, for various worse or better reasons, have found least recognition or least acknowledgment in England." Swinburne continues by saying that it is his hope that this work would serve as "an introduction to the study of the greatest writer whom the world has seen since Shakespeare." PRB-129

---. The Tale of Balen. 1st ed. London: Chatto & Windus, 1896. cf. Wise, T. J. A bibliography of the writings in prose and verse of Algernon Charles Swinburne, 1919, v.1, p. 466. PRB-372

---. The Tragedies. 5 vols. London: Chatto & Windus, 1905-06. Contents: v.1: The Queen-Mother Rosamund; v.2: Chastelard. Bothwell, Acts I-II; v.3: Bothwell, Acts III-V; v.4: Mary Stuart; v.5: Locrine. The Sisters. Marino Faliero. Rosamund, Queen of the Lombards. PRB-387

---. The Tragedies of Algernon Charles Swinburne. Large-paper ed. 5 vols. London: Chatto & Windus, 1905. Contents: I. The queen-mother and Rosamond; II. Chatelard and Bothwell, acts I-II; III. Bothwell, Acts III-V; IV. Mary Stuart; V. Locrine, The sisters, Marino Faliero, Rosamund, queen of the Lombards. "This large-paper edition . . . is limited to 110 sets, of which only 100 sets are for sale, and these copies are numbered 1 to 100." "This is copy no. 34." PRB-387

---. Tristram of Lyonesse and Other Poems. London: Chatto & Windus, 1882. Original cloth binding. Includes publisher's catalog dated July, 1882. PRB-373

---. Tristram of Lyonesse. Golden pine ed. London: Heinemann, 1917. Bound by Riviere & Son in crimson calf with gold lettering and gold-stamped turn-ins; t.e.g. In gleece-lined slipcase with the 4 other titles in the Golden pine ed. PRB-460

---. Two Unpublished Manuscripts: De Monumentis Epilaphiisque Moruorum and Limits of Experience, Written During His College Years at Oxford (1857-58). San Francisco: Grabhorn P, 1927. Initials in colors; rubricated. "Fifty copies printed for Herbert Lionel Rothchild at the Grabhorn press, Christmas, 1927. Frontispiece and initials by Valenti Angelo." "On the monuments and eulogies of the dead(translation)" Bound in vellum with green silk ties. Bookplates of Willard S. Morse and Abraham Goldsmith. PRB-385

---. William Blake; A Critical Essay. London: Jotten, 1868. With illustrations from Blake's designs in facsimile, coloured and plain. With illustrations from Blake's designs in facsimile, coloured and plain. This work, which Swinburne designed as a complement and supplement to a biography on Blake, is divided into three sections. The first deals with Blake's life and designs; the second with his lyrical poems; and the third with his prophetic books. PRB-73

Swinnerton, Frank Arthur. A London Bookman. London: Secker, 1928. Selections from monthly London letters contributed to the New York Bookman from 1920 to 1927. Includes essay "Morris, Burne-Jones, Birmingham" Fred 42.101 PRB-155

Symons, Arthur. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. One cut in four colours, 29 drawings on superfine unglazed art paper, 24 tinted illustrations and 1 engraving. London: Fisher-Unwin, 1909? Half-title: International art series. "The cover sheet of this work is by Willy Belling, the publishers' trade mark by Hans Bastanier. PRBF-22

---. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Avec un planche en quatre couleurs, une gravure et cinquante-trois reproductions-originales. Paris: Librairie Artistique Internationale, 1909. On cover: L'art et le beau. PRBF-8

---. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Mit neunundzwanzig mattkunstdruckbildern, vierundzwanzig reproduktionen in tendruck, einer gravure und einer vierfarbentafel. Berlin: Verlagsanstalt fur litteratur und kunst, 1909. Half-title: Kunst der gegenwart, 2. jahrg., bd. III. PRBF-21

---. Dramatis Personae. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1923. Contents: Conrad; Maurice Maeterlinck; Emily Bronte; On English and French fiction; On criticism; The decadent movement in literature; The Rossettis; Confessions and comments; Francis Thompson; Coventry Patmore; Sir William Watson; Emil Verhaeren; A neglected genius; Sir Richard Burton; Edgar Saltus; Recollections of Rejane; The Russian ballets; On Hamlet and Hamlets; Leonardo da Vinci; Impressionistic writing; Paradoxes on poets. The publisher notes that many of these essays have appeared previously in various American and English periodicals. The essays have not been altered "lest the essays as originally conceived by the author suffer in spirit." There are no references to earlier appearances of these essays. The work also lacks an index, but the essays themselves have frequent references to various Pre-Raphaelite members. PRB-121

---. Figures of Several Centuries. London: Constable, 1916. Chapters on Swinburne, DGR, Patmore. PRB-148

---. Studies in Strange Souls. London: Sawyer, 1929. Studies of Rossetti and Swinburne. "This edition is limited to ten copies on Japanes vellum not for sale, one hundred copies on hand-made paper signed by the author and two hundred and fifty numbered copies on Abbey mill antique paper. This copy is no.- on Abbey mill antique paper." [copy not numbered.] PRB-323