1853 Remains of Verse and Prose of Arthur Henry Hallam
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Privately published copy.
Bound by Holloway.
A selection of the works in verse and prose of Arthur Henry Hallam, published posthumously.
This work is divided into sections of stanzas and sonnets and includes titles such as 'To An English Lady' and 'To The Loved One.'
Illustrated with a frontispiece.
Arthur Henry Hallam attended Eton school and had close ties to another fellow poet Alfred Tennyson.
After his sudden death at the age of twenty-two, his close friends and family gathered together a collection of Arthur's writing which is published posthumously.
Collated and complete.
Prior owner's ink inscription to the half-title, 'M. P. W. Boulton Esq, my pleasing copy of this Hallam (?), J.M., January 1856'. Boulton was a classicist and inventor, known for inventing aileron.
In a full morocco binding by Holloway. Externally, smart. A little light rubbing to the joints and raised bands. A couple of very light marks to the boards. Light bumping to the extremities. Internally, firmly bound. Pages are bright and generally clean, with some minor spotting on the title page and frontispiece. Ink inscription to the half-title.
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