(SOUTHEY, ROBERT)Wat Tyler A Dramatic Poem in Three Acts bound with the Fudge Family in Paris edited by Thomas Brown the Younger London Sherwood, Neely & Jones 1817 First edition HARDCOVER front hinge weak, owners name, bookplate, cover wear otherwise good 70pp + 168pp Fudge Family small octavo leather "In 1817 Southey was confronted with the surreptitious publication of a radical play, Wat Tyler, which he had written in 1794 at the height of his radical period. This was instigated by his enemies in an attempt to embarass the Poet Laureate and highlight his apotasy from radical poet to supporter of the Tory establishment."amorial bookplate of "Layard C. Hebden "
ADAMS (Thomas R.) et al editorsThe Library Chronicle Volume XX Number 1 Philadelphia U. of Pennsylvania Friends of the Library 1954 First edition PAPERBACK cover wear otherwise very good 48pp octavo paper includes Henry Hoenigswald Linguistics in the Sixteenth Century , Schirokauer The Place of Esop in Medieval Literature, The Saulys Collection Books on Lithuania , etc
ADLER (Elmer) and John T.Winterich editorsThe Colophon Part Nine A Book Collector's Quarterly New York Colophon Ltd. 1932 First edition HARDCOVER slight cover wear , soiling otherwise very good varia pagination b/w illustrations quarto cloth various promotional pieces laid in includes Talking Stones by Althea Bass , How Pleasant to Know Mr. Lear! by Bertha Collidge, A Curtain Call for Benjamin Gomez by Robert W.G. Vail , etc, Cover and design by Edward A. Wilson
ANBIAN (Robert) editorNorth Beach Magazine Volume 2 Number 3 San Francisco North Beach Magazine 1986 First edition PAPERBACK cover wear otherwise good 36pp b/w illustrations quarto paper includes Juila Vinograd The Concrete Annunciation, Joan Dahlgren on 5th Annual Jewish Film Festival, etc.
ANDERSON (Elliot) EditorTri Quarterly 41, Longer Fiction Winter 1978 Evanston Northwestern Univ 1978 Paper edition PAPERBACK light spotting to edges, slight cover wear otherwise very good- 242pp a few b/w illustrations octavo paper including: White Jass - Charles Newman; Washington Burned, Baltimore Threatened, two letters - John Barth; The Monumental Sculptor - Arthur A. Cohen