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1820
1820 The Edinburgh Monthly Review. July - December 1820. Vol. IV. (Printed for Waugh and Innes, Hunter Square, Edinburgh. G. and W. B. Whittaker, Ave-Marie Lane, and Rodwell and Martin, New Bond Street, London. Sold also by J. Cumming, Dublin. Printed by Balfour and Clark.) Anonymous (Possibly John Gipson Lockhart) The July issue reviews a poem by Barry Cornwall, and includes an attack on both Hunt and Keats, "... a more dubious complaint - was it Mr. Leigh Hunt, more than half cured of his cockneyism, and writing, for once, in the spirit of a gentleman,,, Wright designed the title page for the 1896 Auvergne Press edition of "The Eve of St. Agnes". Digital and printed version. For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 767 0001.29.0610
1821
1821 (1886) Adonais. An Elegy on the Death of John Keats, Author of Endymion, Hyperion Etc. By Percy B. Shelley. Pisa with the types of didot. 1821. ("Shelley speedily decided which course to follow, and put his Elegy to press at Pisa, where it was ‘printed with the types of Didot.' ") Shelley, Percy Bysshe In his preface Shelley writes. "The genius of the lamented person to whose memory I have dedicated these unworthy verses, was not less delicate and fragile than it was beautiful... The savage criticism of his Endymion, which appeared in the Quarterly Review, produced the most violent... Wright designed the title page for the 1896 Auvergne Press edition of "The Eve of St. Agnes" by John Keats. For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 25 0001.54.0710
1822
1822 The Indicator (Printed and published by Joseph Appleyard, Catherine-Street, Stand, and sold by all the Booksellers) Hunt, Leigh On August 2, 1820, Leigh Hunt wrote an extensive review on "The Stories of Lamia, The pot of Basil, The Eve of St. Agnes, &c. As told by Mr. Keats.", and observed concerning St. Agnes "...the passage affords a striking specimen of the sudden and strong maturity of the author's genius." The Indicator No. 43 (2 August...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 615 0001.04.0510
1829
1829 The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats, Complete in One Volume (Published by A. and W. Galignani, No. 18, Rue Vivienne, Paris. Printed by Jules Didot Senior, Printers to His Majesty, Rue Du Pont-De-Lodi, No. 6) Coleridge, Shelley, Keats Third section begins with "Memoir of John Keats". "The short career of John Keats was marked by the development of powers which have been rarely exhibited in one at so immature an age. .." Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes". An elaborate three-tiered engraving frames the three poets with Victorian friezes. Extensive commentary by an unnamed author... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 629 0001.19.0610
1831
1831 The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats (Published by J. Griggs, No. 9, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia) Coleridge, Shelley, Keats Third section begins with "Memoir of John Keats". "The short career of John Keats was marked by the development of powers which have been rarely exhibited in one at so immature an age. .." Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes". An elaborate three-tiered engraving frames the three poets with Victorian friezes. Extensive commentary by an unnamed... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 619 0001.20.0610
1832
1832 The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats (Published by J. Griggs, No. 9, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia) Coleridge, Shelley, Keats Third section begins with "Memoir of John Keats". "The short career of John Keats was marked by the development of powers which have been rarely exhibited in one at so immature an age. .." Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes". An elaborate three-tiered engraving frames the three poets with Victorian friezes. Extensive commentary by an unnamed author... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 629 0001.21.0610
1835
1835 Leigh Hunt’s London Journal, January 21, 1835, No. 43. (Published by Charles Knight, Ludgate Street and Henry Hooper, 13, Pall Mall East, London. From the Steam (?) Press of C. & W. Reynell, Little Parkway Street, London) Hunt, Leigh From 1830–1832 Leigh Hunt published the Tatler, a daily that was devoted to literary and dramatic criticism. From April 2, 1834 through August 22, 1835 he published the London Journal. From 1837–1838 he was the editor for the Monthly Repository. The January 21, 1835, issue, No. 43, included Hunts’... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 280 0001.06.0510
1840
1840 The Poetical Works of John Keats (Published by Taylor and Walton, 28, Upper Gower Street, London. Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars, London.) Keats, John This volume combines "Endymion" published in 1818, "Lamia. Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems" published in 1820, as well as miscellaneous poems, sonnets, epistles and stanzas. Portrait of John Keats engraved by Charles Wentworth Wass, from a drawing by William Hilton... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 254 0001.31.0610
1840 The Poetical Works of Howitt, Milman and Keats, Complete in One Volume. (Hard Cover, Full Leather. Marbled end papers.) (Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., No. 253, Market Street, Philadelphia) (Also published in 1841 and 1845 by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., No. 253, Market Street, Philadelphia) (Published in 1847 by Crissy & Markley, No. 4 Minor Street, Philadelphia, and in 1853 by Crissy & Markley, Goldsmith’s Hall, Library Street, Philadelphia.) Howitt, Mary; Milman, Henry Hart; Keats, John As in the "The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats" volumes, the third section of this volume begins with a "Memoir of John Keats". "The short career of John Keats was marked by the development of powers which have been rarely exhibited in one at so immature an age..." Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes". An elaborate three-tiered engraving frames the three poets with Victorian friezes... Wright designed...  Continue...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Pp 520 (x, 447, vii, 75) 0000.12.1212
1840 The Seer; or, Common-Places Refreshed (Published by Edward Moxon, Dover Street, London. Printed by Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars, London) Hunt, Leigh "Preface. The following Essays have been collected, for the first time, from such of the author’s periodical writings as it was thought might furnish another publication similar to the Indicator. Most of them have been taken from the London Journal; and the remainder from the Liberal, the Monthly Repository, the Tatler and the Round Table... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 193 0001.05.0510
1841
1841 The Poetical Works of John Keats (Published for the Proprietor by William Smith, 13, Fleet Street, London. Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars, London.) (Also published in 1846 by Wiley & Putnam, 161 Broadway, New York. C. A. Alvord, Printer, Corner of John and Dutch Streets. P. B. Smith, Stereotyper, 216 William Street.) Keats, John This volume is a near reprint of the 1840 version. It combines "Endymion" published in 1818, "Lamia. Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems" published in 1820, as well as miscellaneous poems, sonnets, epistles and stanzas. Portrait of John Keats engraved by Charles Wentworth Wass, from a drawing by William Hilton... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 254 0001.32.0610
1841
The Poetical Works of Howitt, Milman and Keats, Complete in One Volume. (Hard Cover, Full Leather. Marbled end papers.) (Published by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., No. 253, Market Street, Philadelphia. Printed by Gihon, Fairshild & Co., S.E. Corner of Seventh and Market Streets.) (Also published in 1840 by Thomas, Cowperthwait & Co., No. 253, Market Street, Philadelphia) (Published in 1847 by Crissy & Markley, No. 4 Minor Street, Philadelphia, and in 1853 by Crissy & Markley, Goldsmith’s Hall, Library Street, Philadelphia.) Howitt,Mary; Milman, Henry Hart; Keats, John As in the "The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats" volumes, the third section of this volume begins with a "Memoir of John Keats". "The short career of John Keats was marked by the development of powers which have been rarely exhibited in one at so immature an age..." The frontispiece is an elaborate three-tiered engraving frames the three poets with Victorian friezes. Portraits are engraved by G.B. Ellis. Ornaments by W.H. Ellis. Extensive...  Continue...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Pp 531 (x, 447, vii, 75) 0000.31.0215
1842
1842 Graham’s Lady’s & Gentlemen’s Magazine. April 1842, Volume XX. (Published by George R. Graham, Philadelphia) Short, Jeremy; Keats, John "St. Agnes’ Eve. A Chit-Chat About Keats." Jeremy Short writes "...I have just been reading Keats - shame on the wretches who tortured him to death! ...Genius he had unquestionably, yet he never enjoyed a happy hour... The world, since then, has done tardy justice to his genius - but this did not soothe his sorrows, nor will it reach him in his silent grave... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 218-220 0001.42.0610
1844
1844 The Rococo (No. 1) (Published by Morris, Willis, & Co., Publishers, No. 4 Ann-Street, New York) New Mirror Extra - No. 8 (in a series of 29 to date). Keats, John; Hunt, Leigh; Willis, N.P. Contains three poems, one of which is "The Eve of St. Agnes", with original notes by N. P. Willis. The term Recoco referred to a style of French design and decor originating in the mid-18th century. Willis explains, "‘The Rococo’ is the quaint, but, in fact, most descriptive name of an ‘Extra’ now in press for the ‘Mirror Library.’ Those of your readers who have been lately... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 16 0001.07.0510
1845
1845 Imagination and Fancy: or Selections From the English Poets (First published by Smith, Elder, and Co., London in 1844.) (Published by Wiley and Putnam, 161 Broadway, New York. Printed by R. Craighead’s Power Press, 112 Fulton Street. Stereotyped by T. B. Smith, 216 William Street) (Also published as "New Edition, Complete in one volume" in 1848 by George P. Putnam, 155 Broadway, New York.) Hunt, Leigh; Keats, John Hunt begins this volume with an essay "An Answer to the Question What is Poetry!" He includes selections from Spenser; Marlowe; Shakspeare; Ben Johnson; Beaumont and Fletcher; Middleton, Decker and Webster; Milton; Coleridge; Shelley; and Keats. This includes "The Eve of St. Agnes" and Hunts Essay, first published in "The Seer" 1840, but with... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 505 0001.08.0510
1845 The Poets and Poetry of England in the Nineteenth Century. By Rufus W. Griswold. A Drainless Shower of Light is Poesy; ‘Tis the Supreme of Power; ‘Tis might Half Slumbering on its own right arm. John Keats. Second Edition. (Published by Carey & Hart, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Stereotyped by L. Johnson, Phila. Printed by T. K. & P. G. Collins.) (The First Edition was published in 1844 by Carey & Hart, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia... Keats, John; Griswold, Rufus W. Of the approximately 75 English poets incorporated in this volume, Griswold chose to quote Keats on the title page. He writes of Keats, "...1817, appeared his first volume of poetry, and in the following spring, ‘Endymion.’ They were badly received by the critics. Every one, we suppose, has heard of the bitter review attributed to Gifford, in the Quarterly, which, with some... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 528 0001.44.0610
1847
1847 The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats (Published by Crissy & Markley, No. 4, Minor Street, Philadelphia. Printed by T. K. and P. G. Collins) (Also published in 1846.) Coleridge, Shelley, Keats Third section begins with "Memoir of John Keats". "The short career of John Keats was marked by the development of powers which have been rarely exhibited in one at so immature an age. .." The three-tiered engraving that appeared in the 1829, 1831 and 1832 versions have been replaced in this version with an illustration of Coleridge. Extensive commentary by an... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 629 0001.22.0610
1848
1848 Imagination and Fancy: or Selections From the English Poets  (Hard Cover) (Published as "New Edition, Complete in one volume" in 1848 by George P. Putnam, 155 Broadway, New York.) (First published in 1845 by Wiley and Putnam, 161 Broadway, New York. Printed by R. Craighead’s Power Press, 112 Fulton Street. Stereotyped by T. B. Smith, 216 William Street... Hunt, Leigh; Keats, John Hunt begins this volume with an essay "An Answer to the Question What is Poetry!" He includes selections from Spenser; Marlowe; Shakspeare; Ben Johnson; Beaumont and Fletcher; Middleton, Decker and Webster; Milton; Coleridge; Shelley; and Keats. This includes "The Eve of St. Agnes" and Hunts Essay, first published in "The Seer" 1840, but with modifications... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 255 0001.10.0510
1848 Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats. Edited by Richard Monckton Milnes. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (And) Vol. II. (Both volumes published by Edward Moxon, Dover Street, London. Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars. London.)
       
In 1848 it was also published "Complete in One Volume" by George P. Putnam, 155 Broadway, New York. Leavitt, Trow & Co., Printers. 49 Ann-street...
Milnes, Richard Monckton (Lord Houghton) This was the first biography written about John Keats. Volume one begins with a dedication "To Francis Jeffrey, one of the Senators of the College of Justice in Scotland. Dear Lord Jeffrey, It is with great pleasure that I dedicate to you these late memorials and relics of a man, whose early genius you did much to rescue from the alternative of obloquy or oblivion. The merits which your... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 328 0001.50.0710
1850
1850 The Poetical Works of John Keats. A New Edition (Published by Edward Moxon, Dover Street, London. Bradbury and Evans, Printers, Whitefriars, London.) Keats, John This volume is a reprint of the 1840 and 1841 versions with minor revisions. It combines "Endymion" published in 1818, "Lamia. Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems" published in 1820, as well as miscellaneous poems, sonnets, epistles and stanzas. Wright designed the title page for the 1896 Auvergne Press edition of "The Eve of St. Agnes". Digital and printed version. 3 x 5. Original list price, 2s (shillings) 6d (pence.) For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 276 0001.33.0610
1852
1852 Selections From The British Classics. Shelley and Keats (Published by Arthur Morrell, 25 Park Row, New York) Keats, John; Morrell, Arthur The section on Keats begins with a short biography by the publisher. "...In 1818 he published his ‘Endymion;’ and this poem was so severely - nay, savagely, criticized in the Quarterly Review, that the author became excited in an extraordinary degree, ‘the first effects of which,’ says Shelley, ‘are described to me to have resembled insanity, and it was by assiduous watching that he was restrained from... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 140 0001.43.0610
1854
1854 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir by Richard Monckton Milnes (Lord Houghton). Illustrated by 120 Designs, Original and From the Antique, Drawn on Wood by George Scharf, Jun., F.S.A., F.R.S.L. (Published by Edward Moxon, Dover Street, London. Bradbury and Evans, Printers Extraordinary To The Queen, Whitefriars.) (Published in 1855 by E. H. Butler & Co., Philadelphia. C. Sherman, Printer.) Keats, John; Milnes, Richard Monckton In 1850 Edward Moxon published a version of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" that had previously been published in 1840 (Taylor) and 1841 (Smith). This 1854 edition, first published in 1848, was an expanded version with an extensive "Memoir of John Keats" by Richard Monckton Milnes (Lord Houghton). In 1848 it was originally Volume II, published along with "Life, Letters, and Literary Remains of John Keats...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 438 0001.34.0610
1854 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Life. (Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Evans and Dickerson, New York. Lippincott, Grambo and Co., Philadelphia. Printed by H. O. Houghton and Company, Riverside, Cambridge. Stereotyped by Stone and Smart.) (Republished in 1863 by Little, Brown and Company, Boston.)  In 1877 this volume was combined with Lowell’s work on Coleridge into two volumes titled "The Poetical Works of Coleridge and Keats... Keats, John; Lowell, James Russell Similar versions were published in 1840 (Taylor), 1841 (Smith), 1850 and 1854 (Moxon). This 1854 (and 1863) edition includes a portrait by George Scharf, and begins with a comprehensive bibliography "The Life of Keats" signed J. R. L. (James Russell Lowell). The 1863 edition included an additional 21 Posthumous Poems and Sonnets not incorporated in the 1854 Little edition. As in the other volumes it combines... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 469 0001.35.0610
1854 Contributions To The Edinburgh Review. By Francis Jeffrey, Now One of the Judges of the Court of Sessions in Scotland. Four Volumes. Complete in One (Published by Phillips, Sampson, and Company, Boston. James C. Derby, New York. Stereotyped by J. C. D. Christian & Co. C. Sherman & Co., Printers.) (Republished in 1873 by D. Appleton and Company, New York.) Jeffrey, Francis First published in August 1820, Jeffrey reviewed "Lamia. Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems." Jeffrey writes "We... have been exceedingly struck with the genius they (the poems) display, and the spirit of poetry which breathes through all their extravagances... One of the sweetest of the smaller poems is that entitled ‘The Eve of St. Agnes:’ though we can now afford but a scanty extract.. Mr. Keats has... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 775 0001.30.0610
1856
1856 The Eve of St. Agnes (1856 Version) (Published for Joseph Cundall. By Sampson Low and Son, 47 Ludgate Hill, London. Printed by Richard Clay, Bread Street Hill, London) Keats, John This volume may be the first time "The Eve of St Agnes" was published as a single volume. Illustrated with Twenty engravings on wood, from drawings by Edward H. Wehnert. Engraved by Horace Harral, Thomas Bolton, and James Cooper. Bound in cloth, with gilt edges. Original price 7s (Shillings) 6d (Pennies). Wright designed the title page for the 1896 Auvergne Press edition. Digital and printed version. 4.75 x 7.5... Continue... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Pp 30 0001.11.0510
1856
The Eve of St. Agnes (Hard Cover) (Published By D. Appleton & Co. Broadway, New York. Thick boards covered in dark blue cloth. Design stamped into front and back cover, title gilt. Three sides trimmed and gilt. Small overlapping "LJ" worked into the bottom of the cover illustration.) Keats, John Published in the America, this volume is a reprint of the 1856 version published in London, England, possibly in conjunction with Sampson Low and Son. The 1856 London version was "Published for Joseph Cundall" and included a stylized "JC" imprint on the verso of the title page. This 1856 version lacks any mention of Joseph Cundall, but includes the stylized imprint on the verso side of the title page. Illustrated... Continue... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Pp 30 0001.23.1214
1856 Selections From The British Poets, By Eliza Woodworth. With Twelve Illustrations. (Published by Carlton & Phillips, 200 Mulberry-Street, New York.) Keats, John Although "The Eve of St, Agnes" was not included, this is an example of Keats popularity in 1856. He is included with the likes of Chaucer, Spenser, Shakspeare, Milton, Watts, Wordsworth, Scott, Coleridge, Moore, Byron, Shelley, and others. Wright designed the title page for the 1896 Auvergne Press edition of "The Eve of St. Agnes". Hard Cover. 5 x 8. (First Edition). For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 365 0001.62.0810
1857
1857 The Eve of St. Agnes (1857 Version) (Published By D. Appleton & Co. 346 and 348, Broadway, New York) Keats, John Published in the America, this volume is a reprint of the 1856 version published in England. Minor changes include a lest expensive cloth cover. The 1856 version was "Published for Joseph Cundall" and included a stylized "JC" imprint on the verso of the title page. This 1857 version lacks any mention of Joseph Cundall, but includes the stylized imprint on the verso side of the title page. Illustrated with Twenty... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 30 0001.12.0510
1859
1859 The Eve of St. Agnes (1859 Version) (Hard Cover)  (Published By Sampson Low and Son, 47 Ludgate Hill, London. Printed by Richard Clay, Bread Street Hill, London) Keats, John This volume is a reprint of the 1856 version. Minor changes include a revised elaborate gilt-stamped green leather cover, front and back. The 1856 version was "Published for Joseph Cundall" and included a stylized "JC" imprint on the verso of the title page. This 1859 version lacks any mention of Joseph Cundall, but includes the stylized imprint on the verso side of the title page. Illustrated with Twenty engravings... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 30 0001.13.0510
1861
1861 Selections From The English Poets (Hard Cover) (Published by H. W. Derby, 625 Broadway, New York.) (First published in 1845 as "Imagination and Fancy: or Selections From the English Poets" by Wiley and Putnam, 161 Broadway, New York. Printed by R. Craighead’s Power Press, 112 Fulton Street. Stereotyped by T. B. Smith, 216 William Street.) (Published again in 1848 as a "New Edition, Complete in one volume" by George P. Putnam, 155 Broadway, New York... Hunt, Leigh; Keats, John A republishing of "Imagination and Fancy: or Selections From the English Poets", first published in 1845, but under the shortened title "Selections From The English Poets". This is Volume II with 255 pages. The second half is Volume 3, same title, but the sub-title is "Imagination and Fancy" with an essay titled "Wit and Humor" with 261 pages. Hunt begins this volume with an essay "An Answer to the Question What... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 516 0001.17.0510
1863
1863 The Atlantic Monthly. A Magazine of Literature, Art, and Politics. Volume XI. April 1863 (Published by Ticknor and Fields, 185, Washington Street, Boston. Trubner and Company, London) Severn, Joseph "On The Vicissitudes of Keats’s Fame" Introduction "[...Shelley wrote in 1821: - ‘He [Keats] was accompanied to Rome and attended in his last illness by Mr. Severn, a young artist of the highest promise...]" "I well remember being struck with the clear and independent manner in which Washington Allston, in the year 1818, expressed his opinion of John Keats’s verse, when the young poet’s writings first... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 805 0001.51.0710
1863
The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir, By James Russell Lowell. (Hard Cover) (Published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Stereotyped by H. O. Houghton. Presswork by John Wilson & Son, Boston.) (First published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston in 1854.) Keats, John; Lowell, James Russell Similar versions were published in 1840 (Taylor), 1841 (Smith), 1850 and 1854 (Moxon). This 1863 edition includes a Portrait of John Keats by George Scharf, and begins with a comprehensive bibliography "The Life of Keats" signed J. R. L. (James Russell Lowell). This 1863 edition included an additional 21 Posthumous Poems and Sonnets not incorporated in the 1854 Little edition. As in the other volumes it combines... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 361 0000.32.0315
1866
C 1866
The Eve of St. Agnes (Hard Cover) (Published by Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, Milton House, 47 Ludgate Hill, London. Printed by R. Clay, Son, and Taylor, Printers, Bread Street Hill) Keats, John Illustrated with twenty engravings on wood, from drawings by Edward H. Wehnert. Engraved by Horace Harral, Thomas Bolton, and James Cooper. Bound in burgundy cloth, gilt and black design on the cover and spine. Edges trimmed and gilt. Dark green end-pages. Pages are printed both sides of the page, with a bound slip sheet between each page. Undated, but full page catalogs dated (October, 1866) for "Sampson... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 30 0000.30.0215
1867
1867 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir by James Russell Lowell (Hard Cover) (Published by James Miller, New York. Printed by Anderson & Ramsay, New York. Trimmed and gilt three sides.) Keats, John; Lowell, James Russel First copyrighted and published by Little, Brown and Company in 1854. It was published again by Little, Brown in 1863. This volume uses the plates from the 1863 edition. The frontispiece is a repeat of the 1854/1863 engraved Portrait of John Keats. This volume begins with a comprehensive bibliography "The Life of Keats" by James Russel Lowell. "Three men almost contemporaneous with each other,  Wordsworth, Keats, and Byron, - were the great means of bringing back...   Continue... Pp 361 0000.11.0912
1867 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir. (Hard Cover) (Published by Ticknor and Fields Boston. Part of the series "The British Poets".) Keats, John; Lowell, James Russell This edition is nearly an exact reprint of the edition published in 1854 by Little, Brown and Company, Boston. Evans and Dickerson, New York. Lippincott, Grambo and Co., Philadelphia. The Contents through page 415 appear to be the same plates. Pages 416 - 438 include the additional 20 Sonnets published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston, in 1863. This 1867 edition includes a portrait by George Scharf, and begins... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 438 0001.55.0710
1872
C 1872 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited, With a critical Memoir, By William Michael Rossetti. Illustrated By Thomas Seccombe. (Hard Cover) (Published by E. Moxon, Son, & Co., Dover Street, and 1 Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, London. Second copy (digital) Published by E. Moxon, Son, & Co., Dover Street, London. Printed by Sanson & Co., Edinburgh.) (Undated. Announcement of sale in "Notes and Querries" November 23, 1872. "The first Volumes ready will be Keats and Tupper... Keats, John; Rossetti, William Michael This volume begins with a memoir by Rossetti. He writes, "...A scribe in the Quarterly Review - i believe it was the editor, Mr. Gifford - undertook to write Keats down an ass, and many a responsive bray, sounding loudest and most jubilant from Blackwood’s Magazine, ratified the dictum at the time; but lo! After a few years had elapsed, it was found that the reviewer had only succeeded in writing himself down an ass... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 406 0001.45.0710
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The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited, With a critical Memoir, By William Michael Rossetti. Illustrated By Thomas Seccombe. (Hard Cover) (Published by E. Moxon, Son, & Co., Dover Street, and 1 Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, London. Printed by Sanson & Co., Edinburgh.) (Undated. Announcement of sale in "Notes and Querries" November 23, 1872. "The first Volumes ready will be Keats and Tupper..." Published as part of Moxon’s Popular Poets Series. Front and back... Keats, John; Rossetti, William Michael Frontispiece is an etched portrait of Keats. Two title pages. Full page facsimile of Keats handwriting. Illustrated by Thomas Seccombe, one relating to the Eve of St. Agnes. This volume begins with a memoir by Rossetti. He writes, "...A scribe in the Quarterly Review - I believe it was the editor, Mr. Gifford - undertook to write Keats down an ass, and many a responsive bray, sounding loudest and most jubilant from... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 406 0000.26.0514
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1873 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir, By James Russell Lowell. With Illustrations. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1854, By Little, Brown and Company... Printed by Anderson & Ramsay, Printers, New York. (Hard Cover) (Published by James Miller, New York.) Keats, John; Lowell, James Russell First copyrighted and published by Little, Brown and Company in 1854. It was published again by Little, Brown in 1863. In 1867 James Miller used the 1863 plate when he published the volume. This volume uses the plates from the 1867, with a few minor changes to the plates, and the addition of the red line border and decorative designs. The frontispiece is an engraved portrait of John Keats by G.J. Anderton after a...   Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 340 0000.15.1012
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1874 The Gentleman’s Magazine. Vol. XII. February 1874 (Published by Grant & Co., 72 to 78 Turnmill Street, E.C. London) Clarke, Charles Cowden "Recollection of John Keats. ...It was about this period (1816) that, going to call upon Mr. Leigh Hunt... I took with me two or three of the poems I had received from Keats. I could not but anticipate that hunt would speak encouragingly, and indeed approvingly, of the compositions - Written, too, by a youth under age; but my partial spirit was not prepared for the unhesitating and prompt admiration which broke forth before he had read... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 797 0001.52.0710
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The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted from the Early Editions, With Memoir, Explanatory Notes, &c. (Hard Cover) (Published by Frederick Warne and Co., Bedford Street, Strand, London. Scribner, Welford and Armstrong, New York. Boards are bound in a dark blue cloth, stamped and printed in black ink and gilt. Edges are trimmed and gilt three sides.) Keats, John; Anonymous Part of The "Chandos Classics" Series published by Frederick Warne and Co. Publishers’ Preface. The present Edition of Keats’ Poems is a complete reprint of all his poems out of Copyright to the present time, and contains considerably more than any other Non-copyright Edition yet published. It begins with an anonymous Prefatory Memoir. "Whom the Gods love die young," was the belief of antiquity; and such...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 281 0000.24.0613
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1876 The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems. By John Keats. Illustrated. (Hard Cover) (Published by James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & Co., Boston. Printed by University Press: Welch, Bigelow, & Co., Cambridge.) Keats, John "We have rarely seen anything more exquisite in the shape of miniature editions of authors than the "Vest-Pocket Series." Published as part of the Vest-Pocket Series. Also includes nine other poems by Keats. "The Eve of St. Agnes" illustrated with six etchings by an unnamed artist. Green cloth, black and gilt-stamped cover. Original list price $0.50. Wright designed the title page for the 1896 Auvergne Press edition of "The Eve of St. Agnes". 3.4 x 4.9. (First Edition) For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 96 0001.60.0810
1876 Among My Books. Second Series. By James Russell Lowell, Professor of Belles-Lettres in Harvard College. (Hard Cover) (Published by James R. Osgood and Company, Late Ticknor & Fields, and Fields, Osgood, & Co., Boston. Printed by University Press: Welch, Bigelow, & Co., Cambridge. Electrotyped and Printed by Welch, Bigelow, & Co., Cambridge.)  (Of note is the book plate on the inside front cover, the Boston Public Library, which includes the same logo, which appears on... Lowell, James Russell This volume is comprises of five biographies by Harvard Professor James Russell Lowell, and include Dante, Spenser, Wordsworth, Milton and Keats. Of Keats he writes, "Three men almost contemporaneous with each other, - Wordsworth, Keats, and Byron, - were the great means of bringing back English poetry from the sandy deserts of rhetoric, and recovering for her...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. (First Edition)   Continue... Pp 327 0001.58.0710
1876 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir By Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes). A New, Revised, and Enlarged Edition. Page proceeding Title Page: Portrait by Joseph Severn, engraved by H. Robinson. (London: Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 1868.) (Hard Cover) (Published by E. Moxon and Co., I, Amen Corner, Paternoster Row, London. Printed by Swift and Co., Newton Street, High Holborn, W. C., London. Bound by Baker & Son. Clifton.) Keats, John; Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes) First published in 1868 by Edward Moxon, Dover Street, London. This edition is very similar to the version Moxon published in 1854. It includes the extensive "Memoir of John Keats" by Lord Houghton ( Richard Monckton Milnes). It does not include the 120 designs by George Scharf, but borders each page including the decorative corners as seen on the title page. Moxon expands this edition with additional... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 349 0001.53
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1878 New York Times - May 2, 1878 (Published by The New York Times) Anonymous "Bankruptcy Petitions in Chicago and Elsewhere - Savings Banks. Chicago, May 1. -- There was somewhat of a falling off in the bankruptcy petitions today, only 18 being filed. Among the Chicago petitioners were... Francis F. Browne, $15,000, unsecured." Digital and printed version. 4 x 10. For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore. Pp -- 0000.01.0311
Circa 1878 The Poetical Works of John Keats (Hard Cover) (Published by Ward, Lock, & Co., Warwick House, Dorset Building, Salisbury Square, E.C., London. Printed by Duncan Grant and Company, Edinburgh.) Keats, John The first half of this volume encompasses five major poems, including, Endymion, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and Hyperion. The last half consist of 44 miscellaneous poems, The cap and Bells, Otho the Great and King Stephen. There are 17 decorative illustrations by an unnamed artist. The cover in green cloth, with a stamped, black and gilt design. Back cover has a stamped design only. This volume...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 406 0000.13.1212
1878 The Seer; or, Common-Places Refreshed, In Two Volumes. Vol. I & II (Hard Cover) (Published by Roberts Brothers, Publishers, Boston. Printed by John Wilson and Son, Cambridge, on Laid paper.) Hunt, Leigh "Preface. The following Essays have been collected, for the first time, from such of the author’s periodical writings as it was thought might furnish another publication similar to the Indicator. Most of them have been taken from the London Journal; and the remainder from the Liberal, the Monthly Repository, the Tatler and the Round Table... this 19th day of October , 1840." Comprised of Vol. I & II, bound together...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 334 + 290 0000.20.1012
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1879 University Press: John Wilson & Son. Ad in The Literary World. Volume IX. June, 1878 - December, 1879. (The Literary World was Published Bi-Weekly by E. H. Hames & Co., Publishers, Boston, Mass.) John Wilson & Son Ad for University Press: John Wilson & Son, in The Literary World. May 24, 1879, page 176, June 21, 1879, page 208. "University Press: John Wilson & Son. University Press, Established 1639. Press of John Wilson & Son, Established 1847. Cambridge, April 15, 1879." University Press was established in 1639. John Wilson & Son was established in 1847. On April 15, 1879 Wilson purchased UP. "It is with... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... P 176, 208 0001.57.0710
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1880
The Eve of St. Agnes. By John Keats. Illustrated in Nineteen Etchings. By Charles O. Murray. (Dark Warm Gray Cloth Hard Cover) (Published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, Crown Building, Fleet Street, London) Keats, John "Few poets have ever gained a deeper hold on the affections of their readers than John Keats; and it is with a feeling almost of personal gratulation that these will view the new edition of ‘The Eve of St. Agnes.’ in which that sweetest and tenderest of poems appears with sumptuous provisions of print and paper, and illustrated with nineteen beautiful etchings by Charles O. Murray. So delicately fine are these designs, and so... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 62 0000.29.0215
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The Eve of St. Agnes. By John Keats. Illustrated in Nineteen Etchings. By Charles O. Murray. (Two versions: Burgundy and Dark Green Cloth Hard Cover) (Published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, Crown Building, Fleet Street, London. Dodd, Mead, and Company, New York.) Keats, John "Few poets have ever gained a deeper hold on the affections of their readers than John Keats; and it is with a feeling almost of personal gratulation that these will view the new edition of ‘The Eve of St. Agnes.’ in which that sweetest and tenderest of poems appears with sumptuous provisions of print and paper, and illustrated with nineteen beautiful etchings by Charles O. Murray. So delicately fine are these designs, and so harmonious are all the details of the book, one hesitates to describe or praise it, but feels rather like going at once and bringing his and Keats’s dearest friend... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 62 0001.28.0510

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C 1880 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With a Memoir by James Russell Lowell. With Illustrations. (Published by R. Worthington, New York) Keats, John; Lowell, James Russell This is a reprint of the edition published by Little, Brown and Company, Boston in 1863. The 1863 edition included an additional 21 Posthumous Poems and Sonnets not incorporated in the 1854 Little edition. Earlier versions were published in 1840 (Taylor), 1841 (Smith), 1850 and 1854 (Moxon). In the 1854 and 1863 Little editions, the memoir "The Life of Keats" was signed J. R. L. His name is included on the... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 362 0001.37.0610
1880 The Poetical Works of John Keats (Hard Cover) (Published by John Wurtele Lovell, Publishers, New York) Keats, John Part of Lovell’s "Editions of the Poets, Red Line Edition". "These are without doubt the finest editions of the Poets ever issued in this country at a low price .The plates are all new beautiful clear type the paper very good and the binding the best and handsomest that could be designed." From an Ad, Publisher’s Weekly, January 29, 1881. Begins with Keats Preface to "Endymion", dated April 10, 1818, Teignmouth. Includes...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 416 0000.16.1112
1880 John Keats. A Study. By F. M. Owen. (Published by C. Kegan Paul & Co., 1 Paternoster Square, London. Printed by Spottiswoode and Co., New-Street Square and Parliament Street, London.) Owen, Frances Mary Of "The Eve of St. Agnes" Owen writes, "is told with a richness of detail, an exquisite poise of imagination, a reticence which controls its enthusiastic expansion, and a grace and purity and calm which modulate its passion. It is one of the best known of the poems of Keats, and rightly, for it appeals strongly to our human feeling, though it lacks, because it does not need, the prophetic element of ‘Endymion’ and... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 196 0001.47.0610
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1881 Modern Classics: Characteristics (Carlyle). Favorite Poems (Shelley). The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems (Keats). (Published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Boston. The Riverside Press, Cambridge.) Carlyle, Thomas; Shelley, Percey Bysshe; Keats, John In the "Catalog of Books Published by Houghton, Mifflin", 1881, (p 145) this is part of the "Modern Classic Series" 32 volume set. No. 19 is divided into three parts, each numbered separately. The Eve of St. Agnes includes six illustrations by an unnamed artist. James Russell Lowell is quoted "The poems of Keats mark an epoch in English poetry. In him a vigorous understanding developed itself in equal measure with the...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 286 0000.19.1112
1881 Household Friends For Every Season (Published by James R. Osgood and Company, Boston. Printed by University Press: John Wilson & Son, Cambridge.) Keats, John This title was first published in 1864 by Ticknor and Fields. Stereotyped and Printed by University Press: Welch, Bigelow and Company, Cambridge, but lacked Keats’ "The Eve of St. Agnes". In 1871 it was republished without changes by James R. Osgood and Company, Boston. Late Ticknor & Fields, And Fields, Osgood, & Co. Stereotyped and Printed by University Press: Welch, Bigelow and Company, Cambridge... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 383 0001.48.0610
1881 Golden Poems By British and American Authors. (First published in 1881 by Jensen, McClurg & Co. This Ninth New Revised Edition was published in 1906 by A. C. McClurg & Co., Chicago. Printed by The Lakeside Press, R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, Chicago) Edited by Browne, Francis Fisher The Dial was founded May 1, 1880, by Francis F. Browne, in connection with the publishing house of Jansen, McClurg & Co. In 1881 they published the first edition of "Golden Poems By British and American Authors". In this volume of "Golden Poems", Browne compiled 550 selected poems by 300 different British and American poets. It reads like a who's who of poetry. From an ad in the November 1, 1907... For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.   Continue... Pp 526 0064.04.0311
1882
1882 The Eve of St. Agnes (Published by Cassell, Petter, Galpin, & Co., 596, Broadway, New York. Printed by R. Clay, Sons and Taylor, Printers, London.) Cloth cover, beveled edges, blind stamped with black vine and gilt letters. Trimmed and gilt edges three sides. Blank pages are inserted every other page, between each printed page. Printed pages heavier stock, blank pages light stock. Edward H. Wehnert illustrations, engraved by Horace Harral, Thomas Bolton, and James Cooper, were first... Keats, John; Illustrated by Edward H. Wehnert (but no credit given to him); Engraved by Horace Harral, Thomas Bolton, and... The Choice Series, a set of fourteen books, one of which was "The Eve of St. Agnes", was first published in 1875 by Cassell, Petter & Galpin, New York. An ad by Cassell, Petter & Galpin in the December, 1875 (Christmas) issue of Publisher’s Weekly, page 844, announced New Books, included The Choice Series and "The Eve of St. Agnes". Each sold for $1.25. John Cassell, a publisher had added two partners to form Cassell... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 33 0000.04.1211
1882 The Poetical Works of John Keats, Chronologically arranged and edited, with a memoir by Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes), D. C. C., Hon. Fellow of Trin. Coll., Cambridge. (Hard Cover) (Published by Roberts Brothers, Boston. Printed by University Press: John Wilson & Son, Cambridge) Keats, John; Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes) Editor’s Note. "The object of the chronological arrangement of this edition, and the consequent insertion of some pieces of comparatively little value, is to present a faithful self-drawn literary picture of the short and sad poetical life. Had Keats lived to maturity his claim on the larger sympathies of mankind... This volume alone contains all his works..." The volume begins with the Houghton Memoir. "The Life, Letters, and... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 493 0000.07.0512
1882
The Poetical Works of John Keats, Chronologically arranged and edited, with a memoir by Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes), D. C. C., Hon. Fellow of Trin. Coll., Cambridge. (Hard Cover) (Published by Roberts Brothers, Boston. Printed by University Press: John Wilson & Son, Cambridge. Blue cloth, gilt and black stamped design on cover and spine. Edges are trimmed and gilt. Red line borders each page.) Keats, John; Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes) Editor’s Note. "The object of the chronological arrangement of this edition, and the consequent insertion of some pieces of comparatively little value, is to present a faithful self-drawn literary picture of the short and sad poetical life. Had Keats lived to maturity his claim on the larger sympathies of mankind... This volume alone contains all his works..." The volume begins with the Houghton... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 493 0000.27.1013
Circa 1882 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Not dated, circa 1882. (Hard Cover) (Published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., No. 13 Astor Place, New York. Gilt edges, Red Line borders, Illustrated and elegantly bound. Green cloth, gilt design on cover and spine.) Keats, John Part of Crowell’s Red Line Poets, including 50 different volumes. Begins with Keats Preface to "Endymion", dated April 10, 1818, Teignmouth. Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes" pages 185 - 199. Six etched illustrations by the Dalziel Brothers, one of which relates to "The Eve of St. Agnes". Inscribed and dated on the FFEP, Dec. 25th, 1890. Reported copy: "Owen Meredith. Same cover design... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 416 0000.06.0412
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The Poetical Works of John Keats. Not dated, circa 1882. (Version two) (Hard Cover) (Published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., No. 13 Astor Place, New York. Gilt edges, Red Line borders each page, Illustrated and elegantly bound. Tan cloth, gilt and black stamped design on cover and spine.) Keats, John Possibly a version of Crowell’s Red Line Poets, including 50 different volumes. Exactly the same as (0000.06), except for the cover. This volume begins with Keats Preface to "Endymion", dated April 10, 1818, Teignmouth. Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes" pages 185 - 199. Six wood engraved illustrations by the Dalziel Brothers, one of which is for "The Eve of St. Agnes." 5 x 7.4. (First Edition)  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 416 0000.25.0114
1883
1883 The Eve of St. Agnes (Soft Cover) (Published by Clark & Maynard, Publishers, 734 Broadway, New York) Keats, John; Hales, J. W. "But who would part with what he has left us, let the faults be what they may? No works of our literature are more truly poetical, none more completely carry one away into an ideal realm, where worldly noises come to the ear, it they reach it al all, subdued and deadened; none breathe out of them, and around them, a more bewitching atmosphere." Part of the English Classics Series (No. 40), with philological and... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 27 0001.25.0510
1883 The Golden Treasury of Poetry and Prose. Choice selections from the works of leading British and American Authors, For a period of Five Hundred Years; Covering the entire field of English Literature, And presenting a rich and varied collection of the Literary Gems of the Language. (Published by N. D. Thompson & Co., Publishers, New York and St. Louis) Edited by Browne, Francis F.; With an Introduction by Stoddard, Richard Henry With over Four Hundred Appropriate Engravers. Includes portrait of Francis F. Brown (circa 1869), engraved by J. Karst. According to Eve Brodlique, "Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly", November 1892, "...he was nominally assisted by Mr. Stoddard, though the veteran Eastern author wrote only the introduction of this book - a five-dollar publication. Over 100,000 copies were sold." (p518). Of interest is that...  For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.    Continue... Pp 906 0000.05.0312
1883 The Letters and Poems of John Keats. In Three Volumes. Vol. II & Vol. III. (Published by Dodd, Mean & Company, New York. Printed by the Press of Theo. L. De Vinne & Co., New York) Keats; Houghton; Speed Published as a three volume set, "With the annotations of Lord Houghton, and a memoir by Jno. Gilmer Speed." Volume I was sub-titled "The Letters of John Keats". Volumes II and III were sub-titled "The Poems of John Keats, Vol. I and II". Volume II contains a 22 page Memoir on the life an work of John Keats, written by Speed. Volume III contains "The Eve of St. Agnes"... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 316 0001.24.0610
1883 The Poetical Works and Other Writings of John Keats. Now first brought together, Including poems and numerous letters not before published. Edited with notes and appendices by Harry Buxton Forman. In four volumes. Volume II. (See Volume I) (Published by Reeves & Turner, 196 Strand, London, Printed by Chiswick Press, C. Whittingham and Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.) Keats, John; Forman,  Harry Buxton; Hunt, Leigh Volume II begins with "Keats’s third and last book, issued in the summer of 1820 ‘Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes’". Reprinted page for page, Forman has added commentary plus footnotes related to the original manuscript . The lines have been numbered: 5, 10, 15, 20, etc. "In a letter to George Keats and his wife dated the 14th of February (1819), Keats says that he took with him to Chichester, where he had been... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 601 0001.26.0610
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1884 The Eve of St. Agnes (Published by Clark & Maynard, Publishers, 734 Broadway, New York) Keats, John; Hales, J. W. "But who would part with what he has left us, let the faults be what they may? No works of our literature are more truly poetical, none more completely carry one away into an ideal realm, where worldly noises come to the ear, it they reach it al all, subdued and deadened; none breathe out of them, and around them, a more bewitching atmosphere." Part of the English Classics Series (No. 40), with philological and...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Pp 27 0000.17.1212
1884 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted from the latest revised edition. Illustrated. (Hard Cover) (Published by Belford, Clarke & Co., Chicago and New York. Printed and bound by Donohue & Henneberry, Chicago. Burgandy cloth, gilt and green design embossed on cover and spine.) Keats, John Part of The "Arundel Poets" series published by Belford, Clarke & Co. Begins with Keats Preface to "Endymion", dated April 10, 1818, Teignmouth. Includes "The Eve of St. Agnes" pages 185 - 199. Six etched illustrations by the Dalziel Brothers, one of which relates to "The Eve of St. Agnes". Each page is bordered with four red lines and uses the same black plates as... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 416 0000.08.0512
1884 The Poetical Works of John Keats. (Published by DeWolfe, Fiske & Company, 365 Washington Street, Boston.) Keats, John Similar titles were published in 1840 (Taylor), 1841 (Smith), 1850 and 1854 (Moxon), 1854 (Little). This 1884 edition includes five illustrations by an unnamed artist. As in the other volumes it combines "Endymion" published in 1818, "Lamia. Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems" published in 1820, as well as miscellaneous poems, sonnets, epistles and stanzas, with additional sonnets and posthumous... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 438 0001.36.0610
1884 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted From The Original Editions With Notes by Francis T. Palgrave. (Published by MacMillan and Co., London.) (Reprinted in 1886, 1889, and 1892.)
       A second Large Paper Edition was published in 1885. ("Two Hundred and Fifty copies of this Large Paper Edition were Printed in August 1885". Published by MacMillan and Co. Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh.)
Keats, John; Palgrave, Francis T. This version of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" begins with a short introduction by Francis T. Palgrave, dated August 1884, and ends with his extensive notes on Keats writings. Palgrave also arranges Keats writings according to when they were published; 1817, 1818, 1820 and "Posthuma" (published after his death). He also includes "A... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 310 0001.38.0610
1884 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted From The Original Editions With Notes by Francis T. Palgrave, Professor of Poetry in The University of Oxford. (Published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York.) (Republished by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York and Boston, in 1893.) Keats, John; Palgrave, Francis T.

 

This version of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" begins with a short introduction by Francis T. Palgrave, dated August 1884, and ends with his extensive notes on Keats writings. Palgrave also arranges his writings in the order they were published; 1817, 1818, 1820 and "Posthuma" (published after his death). This American version included notes to correspond with the printing of the English version printed.. For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 334 0001.39.0610
1884 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Given From His Own Editions and Other Authentic Sources and Collated With Many Manuscripts. Edited by Harry Buxton Forman. (Published by Reeves & Turner, 196 Strand, London, Printed by Chiswick Press, C. Whittingham and Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.) Keats, John; Forman, Harry Buxton Where the 1883 Reeves editions comprised four volumes, this 1884 is a single volume. This volume begins with the extensive Editor’s Preface, dated December 1883. Forman writes: "The manuscripts of Endymoin, Lamia, The Eve of St. Agnes and portions of Isabella should be mentioned as especially important among a great mass of manuscripts which have been consulted... Hunt, in his admirable remarks upon... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 651 0001.27.0610
1884 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited By William T. Arnold. (Published by Kegan Paul, Trench, & Co., 1 Paternoster Square, London. Printed by William Clowes and Sons, Limited, Stamford Street and Charing Cross, London.) Keats, John; Arnold, William T. This edition of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" was "arranged and planned in all its essential features in 1880. Its appearance has been delayed by unforeseen causes, of which the fire at the publishing offices was the chief." This volume begins with an extensive introduction and notes on the text by William T. Arnold. He also arranges Keats’ writings in the order they were published; 1817, 1818, 1820 and... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 418 0001.49.0610
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1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Wilson - Missal Series) (Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. Illuminated Missal Series, [Trade Mark]. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge. U.S.A.)  University Press was established in 1639. The Press of John Wilson & Son was established in 1847. On April 15, 1879 Wilson purchased UP. "...we have purchased the right. Title and Printing Material of the long-established firm of Welch, Bigelow & Co., known as the "University Press" and that we have... Keats, John Published with twenty-five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. "Illuminated title page, initials and borders in gold and colors. 20 full-page and other illustrations with illuminated border around each... A beautiful edition of this beautiful poem. The illuminations on every page are in the highest style of art..." Joseph McDonough (Lit. Coll, Dec 1903 p. V). Same as above two volumes with changes. Page crediting illustrator and...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 40 0001.16.0510
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version Green) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) (Geo T. Andrew was an artisan who worked on many books during this time period. Lacking a photographic process, the illustrations were engraved on wood by hand, creating exquisite reproductions of the original illustrations.) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Elaborate gilt-stamped cover, utilizing the illustration from the title page. Gilt edges. Four cover variations: blue, green, brown and tan. Balance of volume is consistent. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes & Lauriat. In 1898 the firm... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0001.14.0510
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version Blue) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) (Geo T. Andrew was an artisan who worked on many books during this time period. Lacking a photographic process, the illustrations were engraved on wood by hand, creating exquisite reproductions of the original illustrations.) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Elaborate gilt-stamped cover, utilizing the illustration from the title page. Gilt edges. Four cover variations: blue, green, brown and tan. Blue version larger than green. Balance of volume is consistent. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0001.56.0710
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The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version Tan) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) (Geo T. Andrew was an artisan who worked on many books during this time period. Lacking a photographic process, the illustrations were engraved on wood by hand, creating exquisite reproductions of the original illustrations.) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Elaborate gilt-stamped cover, utilizing the illustration from the title page. Gilt edges. Four cover variations: blue, green, brown and tan. Balance of volume is consistent. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes & Lauriat. In 1898 the firm... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0000.23.0713
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Nims Version Brown) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By H. B. Nims & Company, Troy, NY. Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].)
       (Note: This brown Nims version is an exact version of the Green Estes version, size, end papers, etc. Only changes is color of cover and company name on title page.)
Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Elaborate gilt-stamped cover, utilizing the illustration from the title page. Gilt edges. Four cover variations: blue, green, brown and tan. Balance of volume is consistent. According to his obituary, Henry B. Nims was born and worked in Troy, NY his whole life. "He was one of the rapidly dwindling ‘Old Guard’ of the book trade." In 1849 he began working as a clerk... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0001.61.0810
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version Alligator) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Boards are covered front & back with alligator skin, ribbon woven into front cover, gilt letters. Edges trimmed. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes & Lauriat. In 1898 the firm separated forming two companies. The publishing side... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0000.22.0313
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The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version Alligator) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Boards are covered front & back with alligator skin and gilt letters. Front and back covers have two knobs with tassel ties for closure of the covers. Edges trimmed. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes & Lauriat. In 1898 the firm... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0000.33.1215
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The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version Seal) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Boards are covered front & back with seal skin, gilt letters. Edges trimmed and gilt. The December, 1885 issue of "The Literary News" indicates that these volumes were available in cloth, alligator, seal and Spanish calf. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0000.35.0116
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version II) (Padded Hard Cover)  (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) (Geo T. Andrew was an artisan who worked on many books during this time period. Lacking a photographic process, the illustrations were engraved on wood by hand, creating exquisite reproductions... Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Cover is adaptation of the inside illustration "Down the wide stairs a darkling way they found". No other changes to this Estes version. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes & Lauriat. In 1898 the firm separated forming two companies. The... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0001.18.1011
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version III) (Padded Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Cover is adaptation of the inside illustration "Down the wide stairs a darkling way they found". No other changes to this Estes version. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872 partnered with Charles Emelius Lauriat to form Estes & Lauriat. In 1898 the firm separated forming two companies... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0000.09.0612 0000.10.0712
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version IV) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty-five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Cover boards are covered in a modeled beige paper, title is foil stamped on the cover. Bottom left hand corner also foil stamped "Patent applied for". This Estes version’s cover and page size is reduced, but illustrations and text are not reduced in size. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March 4, 1840. He entered the book business as a clerk in 1864, and in 1872...   Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 43 0000.14.0113
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version V Silver) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty-five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Cover boards are covered in a light beige cloth and printed paper. Decorative design and title are stamped into the cover. Title is blue, design is stamped in silver. Silver stamping was abandoned by binders in the mid 1800s because pure silver eventually would tarnish to black. In the 1880s silver stamping was achieved with a mixture of palladium and...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 43 0000.18.0213
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The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Estes Version VI Gilt) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By Estes & Lauriat (Boston). Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. The design and lettering on the cover is embossed and gilt. The design is composed of gold, green and copper gilt, the lettering is gold. The illustration of the women appears to be printed as a photogravure, green ink. All four sides are trimmed and gilt, and bound by what appears to be a form of "pipe-cleaner" wire. Dana Estes was born in Maine on March...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 43 0000.34.0116
1885 The Eve of St. Agnes (1885 Nims Edition) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Under The Supervision of Geo T. Andrew. Published By H. B. Nims & Company, Troy, NY. Copyright, 1885. By Charles E. Wentworth. University Press: John Wilson and Son, Cambridge [USA].) (Geo T. Andrew was an artisan who worked on many books during this time period. Lacking a photographic process, the illustrations were engraved on wood by hand, creating exquisite reproductions of the original illustrations.) Keats, John Published with twenty five Illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. Red cloth cover. Same as above except for cover. According to his obituary, Henry B. Nims was born and worked in Troy, NY his whole life. "He was one of the rapidly dwindling ‘Old Guard’ of the book trade." In 1849 he began working as a clerk in Merriam, Moore & Co., a book store and publisher in Troy. He became a partner, and in 1869 the name was... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 43 0001.15.0510
C 1885 The Poems of John Keats, With Prefatory Memoir. (Published by Frederick Warne and Co., LTD. London and New York. Printed in Great Britain by Mackays LTD., Chatham.) Keats, John; (Warne, Frederick) "Every year, since the death of Keats, has added to the number of those who appreciate and love his poems, and every new Edition of them has been welcomed by the Public. The present one contains all the Poems published during the young poet’s life: those in the ‘Literary Remains,’ gathered together after his death by his sympathetic editor, Lord Houghton; and several taken from papers and... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.     Continue... Pp 492 0001.40.0610
1885 The Poetical Works of John Keats. With an Introductory Sketch by John Hogben. The Canterbury Poets. Edited by William Sharp. (Hard Cover) (Published by Walter Scott, 24 Warwick Lane, London. 3 East 14th Street, New York. Printed by The Walter Scott Press, Newcastle-on-Tyne.) Label pasted to spine "Poetical Works of John Keats. Edited with Prefatory Notice, by J. Hogben. Not dated, but it is dated 1885 in the Bibliography at the end of "Life of John Keats" page ii.. Keats, John; Hogben, John This volume begins with an extensive introductory sketch by John Hogben. "The impression the subject of the sketch has made on the world is, in may ways, a deep and notable one. The high value, and the Spring-freshness of his poems; the harsh treatment he received at the hand of his inferiors; the unfulfilled, yet devouring, love for the woman of his choice; the early death in a foreign land - all serve to fill the picture... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 310 0009.04.0912
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1886 The Eve of St. Agnes (1886 Estes Large Version) (Hard Cover) (Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett. Published By Estes & Lauriat Boston. Copyright, 1885, By Charles E. Wentworth. Edition limited to 280 copies. No, "40" and "126". Printed by Brennan and Wilcox.) Keats, John Large paper edition. Covers are very thick (.25"), are embossed and bound in old Spanish morocco. End papers are covered in silk. Sixteen illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett were etched by Geo T. Andrew and printed on large paper, with India Proof Impressions of the Plates. Each illustration occupies a leaf by itself and the text is printed on one side of rough leaves facing the pictures. (Although not identifying Andrew, they are the same plates as the 1885... Two copies (First Edition)    Continue... Pp 66 0001.65.0113 0001.66.1113
1886 Adonais. An Elegy on the Death of John Keats. By Percy Bysshe Shelley. First Printed Pisa with the types of didot in 1821 and now reprinted in exact fac-simile (See 1821 fac-simile). Edited With a Bibliographical Introduction By Thomas J. Wise. "Of this Book, Three Hundred Copies have been printed." (Shelley Society Publications. Second Series. No. 1. Published For The Shelley Society By Reeves and Turner, 196 Strand, London. Printed by Richard Clay & Sons, Bread Street Hill, London. Bungay... Shelley, Percy Bysshe; Wise, Thomas J. June the 8th, 1821, Shelley wrote to Mr. Charles Oilier, from Pisa, the following letter, which is given in the Shelley Memorials—1859—pp. 155, 156: "Dear Sir, You may announce for publication a poem entitled Adonais. It is a lament on the death of poor Keats, with some interposed stabs on the assassins of his peace and of his fame; and will be preceded by a criticism on Hyperion, asserting the due claims which that... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.     Continue... Pp 53 0001.46.0216
1886 Bugle-Echoes; A Collection of Poems of the Civil War, Northern and Southern (Published by White, Stokes & Allen, New York) Edited by Francis F. Browne In the October 1885 issue of The Dial, page 152, it was announced, "A volume of the more notable poems of the Civil War is announced by White, Stokes & Allen, new York. It is intended that the collection, although restricted in size, shall be truly representative of both North and south. interesting details of authors and pieces will be given in notes accompanying the poems." Title Page: Bugle-Echoes... For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.    Continue... Pp 336 0001.63.0311
1886 The Every-Day Life of Abraham Lincoln (Published by N. D. Thompson Publishing Co., New York and St. Louis) Browne, Francis F. Francis F. Browne began this extensive work on the life of Abraham Lincoln just twenty years after his death. Title Page: A Biography of the great American President from an entirely new standpoint, with fresh and invaluable material. Lincoln's life and character portrayed by those who knew him. A complete personal description and biography of him who was the humblest and greatest of American citizens, the truest... For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.    Continue... Pp 747 0001.64.0311
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The Poetical Works of John Keats. With an Introductory Sketch by John Hogben. The Canterbury Poets. (Hard Cover) (Published by Walter Scott, 24 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row, and Newcastle-on-Tyne, London. Tan cloth, gilt and black stamped design on cover and spine. Edges are trimmed and red. Red line borders each page.) Keats, John; Hogben, John This volume begins with an extensive introductory sketch by John Hogben. "The impression the subject of the sketch has made on the world is, in may ways, a deep and notable one. The high value, and the Spring-freshness of his poems; the harsh treatment he received at the hand of his inferiors; the unfulfilled, yet devouring, love for the woman of his choice; the early death in a foreign land - all serve to fill the picture of his life with tenderest light and shadow. On instinctively hushes one’s voice while speaking of Keats; and it is difficult to restrain a certain enthusiasm of generosity which might easily be spent at the expense of judgement." The plates used for this volume, were used for (0009.04), published in 1885. The only differences are the cover and title page, and the addition of the red border on each page. Original list price 1 Shilling. (First Edition) 4 x 5.5. Pp 310 0001.67.1213
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1887 Among My Books. Second Series. By James Russell Lowell (Hard Cover) (Published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Boston. 11 East Seventeenth Street, New York. Printed by Riverside Press, Cambridge. Electrotyped and Printed by Welch, Bigelow, & Co., Cambridge. Copyright 1876, By James Russell Lowell.) First published in 1876: Among My Books. Second Series. By James Russell Lowell, Professor of Belles-Lettres in Harvard College. (Published by James R... Lowell, James Russell This volume is comprises of five biographies by Harvard Professor James Russell Lowell, and include Dante, Spenser, Wordsworth, Milton and Keats. Of Keats he writes, "Three men almost contemporaneous with each other, - Wordsworth, Keats, and Byron, - were the great means of bringing back English poetry from the sandy deserts of rhetoric, and recovering for her triple inheritance of simplicity... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 327 0004.04.0710
1887 Keats. By Sidney Colvin. Edited by John Morley. (Hard Cover) (Published by Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square, New York.) Colvin, Sidney; Edited by Morley, John A biography and study of Keats life and work. "Science may one day ascertain the laws of distribution and descent which govern the firths of genius, but in meantime a birth like that of Keats presents to the ordinary mind a striking instance of nature's inscrutability. If we consider the other chief poets of the time, we can commonly recognize either some strain of power in their blood or some strong inspiring... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 229 0004.02.1011
1887 Life of John Keats by William Michael Rossetti. (Hard Cover) (Published by Walter Scott, 24 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row, London. Part of the series "Great Writers") Rossetti, William Michael; Edited by Robertson, Eric S. " ‘The Eve of St. Agnes’, though it assumes a narrative form, is hardly a narrative, but rather a monody of dreamy richness, a pictured and scenic presentment, which sentiment again permeates and over-rules. I rate it far above ‘Isabella’ - and indeed above all those poems of Keats, not purely lyrical, in which human or quasi-human agents bear their part, except only the ballad ‘La BelleDame sans Merci’ and the...   Continue...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.  Pp 209 + xi 0004.03.1212
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The Poetical Works of John Keats, Chronologically arranged and edited, with a memoir by Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes), D. C. C., Hon. Fellow of Trin. Coll., Cambridge. (Hard Cover) (Published by Roberts Brothers, Boston. Printed by University Press: John Wilson & Son, Cambridge. Padded leather, gilt and stamped on cover and spine. Edges are trimmed and gilt. Decorative cloth endpages have a gilt design.) Keats, John; Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes) Editor’s Note. "The object of the chronological arrangement of this edition, and the consequent insertion of some pieces of comparatively little value, is to present a faithful self-drawn literary picture of the short and sad poetical life. Had Keats lived to maturity his claim on the larger sympathies of mankind... This volume alone contains all his works..." The volume begins with the Houghton Memoir...   Continue...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.  Pp 493 0004.05.0515
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1889 The Eve of St. Agnes (Published by Effingham Maynard & Co., Successors to Clark & Maynard, Publishers, 771 Broadway and 67 & 69 Ninth St., New York) Keats, John; Hales, J. W. First published in 1883 by Clark & Maynard. "But who would part with what he has left us, let the faults be what they may? No works of our literature are more truly poetical, none more completely carry one away into an ideal realm, where worldly noises come to the ear, it they reach it al all, subdued and deadened; none breathe out of them, and around them, a more bewitching atmosphere." Part of the English Classics Series (No...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 27 0009.06.0411
1889 The Poetical Works and Other Writings of John Keats. Edited with Notes and Appendices By H. Buxton Forman. In Four Volumes. Reissues with Additions and Corrections. Volume I - Poetry. (Note: Volume II was also reissued with minor Additions and Corrections.) (Published by Reeves & Turner, 196 Strand, London. Printed by Chiswick Press, C. Whittingham and Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.) Keats, John Volume I begins with the extensive Editor’s Preface, dated October 1883. Forman writes: "The manuscripts of Endymoin, Lamia, The Eve of St. Agnes and portions of Isabella should be mentioned as especially fruitful of various readings and canceled passages... Hunt, in his admirable remarks upon The Eve of St. Agnes, points to the fainting of Porphyre at sight of Madeline as the one flaw in the poem, and apologizes...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 487 0009.03.0610
1889 Selections from Keats (Published by George Routledge and Sons. Broadway, Ludgate Hill. London, Glasgow, Manchester, and New York. Printed by Ballantyne Press: Edinburgh and London.) Keats, John; Tutin, J. R. Published as part of the "Routledge Pocket Library" series. This volume begins with a "Prefatory Note". Tutin explains, "The present volume has been carefully prepared, in the case of poems published during Keats' lifetime, from the author's own text. The posthumous pieces included are edited from the best sources. It will be seen that I have included all the pieces contained in Keats' volume of 1820 entitled "Lamia... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Continue... Pp 262 0009.05.0710
1889 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted From The Original Editions With Notes by Francis T. Palgrave. (Hard Cover) (Published by MacMillan and Co., London. Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh.) Keats, John; Palgrave, Francis T. This version of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" was first published in 1884 and reprinted in 1886. It begins with a short introduction by Francis T. Palgrave, dated August 1884, and ends with his extensive notes on Keats writings. Palgrave also arranges his writings in the order they were published; 1817, 1818, 1820 and "Posthuma" (published after his death). He also includes "A drawing by the great and tender...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 284 0009.07.0811
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Hillside Home School, 1890-91 (Published by Hillside Home School, Hillside, Wisconsin. Printed by Henry O. Shepard & Co., Chicago) Lloyd-Jones, Ellen C. & Jane Booklet for the third year of Hillside Home School. "This Family and Farm School was opened in September 1887, in Iowa County, Wisconsin. It is located on a farm of a hundred acres, situated in one of the beautiful side valleys that open out into the Wisconsin River... It is equipped with a Home Building of thirty-three rooms furnished with all the modern improvements, steam-heating, bathrooms, etc..." Includes the courses of study, requirements to attend, cost, principals (2) and...  Continue... Pp 15 0010.02.0113
1890 Modern Classics: Characteristics (Carlyle). Favorite Poems (Shelley). The Eve of St. Agnes, and Other Poems (Keats). (Hard Cover) (Published by Houghton, Mifflin and Company, Boston. The Riverside Press, Cambridge.) Carlyle, Thomas; Shelley, Percy Bysshe; Keats, John Originally published in 1881. Published as part of a 34 volume set. No. 19 is divided into three parts, each numbered separately. The Eve of St. Agnes includes six illustrations by an unnamed artist. In the Houghton, Mifflin and Co. 1881 Catalogue of Books (p.118) James Russell Lowell is quoted "The poems of Keats mark an epoch in English poetry. In him a vigorous understanding developed itself in equal measure... Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 286 0001.09.0610
1890 Poetry and Prose By John Keats. A Book of Fresh Verses and New Readings - Essays and Letters lately found - and Passages formerly suppressed. Edited by H. Buxton Forman. And Forming A Supplement to the Library Edition of Keats’s Works. (Published by Reeves & Turner, 196 Strand, London, Printed by Chiswick Press, C. Whittingham and Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.) Keats, John; Forman, H Buxton "The Library Edition of Keats’s writings published in 1883 was the first serious attempt to bring together in one collection the whole works of Keats in verse and prose and all the most important collateral matter illustrating the works or throwing light upon the career of the man. Of that edition a reissue has been recently called for. In the meantime, the materials for dealing with Keats’s works have been considerably enlarged...  Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study. Pp 235 0010.01.0610
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Letters of John Keats, To His Family and Friends. Edited by Sidney Colvin. (Hard Cover) (Published by MacMillan and Co., London and New York. Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh. Boards covered in burgundy cloth. Title in gilt on spine. Top edge trimmed.) Keats, John; Colvin, Sidney

Begins with a preface by Sidney Colvin. "The object of the present volume is to supply the want, which many readers must have felt, of a separate and convenient edition of the letters of Keats to his family and friends. He is one of those poets whose genius makes itself felt in prose -writing almost as decisively as in verse, and at their best these letters are among the most beautiful in our language. Portions of them lent an... Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.  

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1891 Imagination and Fancy: or Selections From the English Poets (Published as "A New Edition" in 1891 by Smith, Elder, & Co., 15 Waterloo Place, London. Printed by Spottiswoode and Co., New-Street Square, London.) (First published in 1845 by Wiley and Putnam, 161 Broadway, New York. Printed by R. Craighead’s Power Press, 112 Fulton Street. Stereotyped by T. B. Smith, 216 William Street... Hunt, Leigh; Keats, John Hunt begins this volume with an essay "An Answer to the Question What is Poetry!" He includes selections from Spenser; Marlowe; Shakspeare; Ben Johnson; Beaumont and Fletcher; Middleton, Decker and Webster; Milton; Coleridge; Shelley; and Keats. This includes "The Eve of St. Agnes" and Hunts Essay, first published in "The Seer" 1840, but with modifications. Where his comments were interspersed... Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.   Pp 341 0011.03.0510
1891 Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage. A Romaunt. New American Edition (Published by A. C. McClug and Company, Chicago. Printed on cream laid paper.) Byron, Lord; Edited by Francis F. Browne "Author’s Preface. [Written in 1812, and prefixed to the First and Second Cantos.] The following poem was written, for the most part, amidst the scenes which it attempts to describe..." The second book in the Laurel-Crowned Verse Series, consisting of seven volumes. All the volumes of this series were from a specially prepared and corrected text, based upon a careful collation of authentic editions. "The special merit... For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.   Continue... Pp 272 0011.06.0411
1891 Lalla Rookh, An Oriental Romance. New American Edition (White Hard cover) (Published by A. C. McClurg and Company, Chicago. Printed on cream laid paper.) Moore, Thomas; Edited by Francis F. Browne The third book in the Laurel-Crowned Verse Series, consisting of seven volumes. All the volumes of this series were from a specially prepared and corrected text, based upon a careful collation of authentic editions. "The special merit of these editions, aside from the graceful form of the books, lies in the editor's reserve. Whenever the author has provided a preface or notes, this apparatus is given, and thus some...  For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.   Continue... Pp 328 0011.04.0411
1891 Lalla Rookh, An Oriental Romance. New American Edition (Dark Olive Hard cover) (Published by A. C. McClurg and Company, Chicago. Printed on cream laid paper. Only difference between this and the white cover (above) is the color of the cover cloth and the lack of the additional floral gilt on the cover. The rest of the volume is exactly the same. Note: Ads run by McClurg in The Dial, Publishers Weekly, Book Buyer, Harper’s Magazine and their catalogs published in the back of other books published... Moore, Thomas; Edited by Francis F. Browne The third book in the Laurel-Crowned Verse Series, consisting of seven volumes. All the volumes of this series were from a specially prepared and corrected text, based upon a careful collation of authentic editions. "The special merit of these editions, aside from the graceful form of the books, lies in the editor's reserve. Whenever the author has provided a preface or notes, this apparatus is given, and thus some...  For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.   Continue... Pp 328 0011.05.0411
1891 Lalla Rookh, An Oriental Romance. New American Edition (Dark Red Hard cover) (Published by A. C. McClurg and Company, Chicago. Printed on cream laid paper. Only difference between this and the blue cover is the color of the cover cloth. The rest of the volume is exactly the same. Note: Ads run by McClurg in The Dial, Publishers Weekly, Book Buyer, Harper’s Magazine and their catalogs published in the back of other books published during 1891-1892 do not indicate a difference in color.) Moore, Thomas; Edited by Francis F. Browne The third book in the Laurel-Crowned Verse Series, consisting of seven volumes. All the volumes of this series were from a specially prepared and corrected text, based upon a careful collation of authentic editions. "The special merit of these editions, aside from the graceful form of the books, lies in the editor's reserve. Whenever the author has provided a preface or notes, this apparatus is given, and thus some...  For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.   Continue... Pp 328 0011.07.0511
1891 Golden Poems By British and American Authors (Hard Cover) (First published in 1881 by Jensen, McClurg & Co. This Edition published by A. C. McClurg & Co., Chicago.)

 

Edited by Browne, Francis Fisher The Dial was founded May 1, 1880, by Francis F. Browne, in connection with the publishing house of Jansen, McClurg & Co. In 1881 they published the first edition of "Golden Poems By British and American Authors". In this volume of "Golden Poems", Browne compiled 550 selected poems by 300 different British and American poets. It reads like a who's who of poetry. "Golden Poems" is a fireside volume...  For more information see our Wright Study on Browne’s Bookstore.    Continue... Pp 464 0011.08.0511
1891 Roses of Romance. From the Poems of John Keats. Selected and Illustrated by Edmund H. Garrett (Hard Cover) (Published by Roberts Brothers, Boston. Printed by University Press: John Wilson and U. S. A. Copyright 1891 by Edmund H. Garrett) Keats, John In 1820, The Eve of St. Agnes was published along with Lamia and Isabella and other Poems. In 1885 The Eve of St. Agnes was published by John Wilson and Son with over 20 illustrations by Edmund H. Garrett. This version includes the same three poems along with La Belle Dame Sans Merci, is copyrighted by Garrett, and includes five new illustrations which use the same characters in The Eve of St. Agnes, but did not...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 113 0011.02.0610
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Hillside Home School, (Fifth Year) 1892-93 (Published by Hillside Home School, Hillside, Wisconsin) Lloyd-Jones, Ellen C. & Jane Booklet for the fifth year of Hillside Home School. "This is a Home, Farm and Industrial School, the result of experience won in many years of work in State and city Normal and other public school positions. It has had an experience of five years, and in June, 1892, sent out its second class of graduates, consisting of seven members... It has a group of six buildings on a farm of a hundred acres, in a beautiful valley, with neighbors friendly to the institution..." Includes the courses...  Continue... Pp 21 0013.06.0313
1892 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Chronologically arranged and edited, with a memoir, By Lord Houghton (Richard Monckton Milnes), D.C.L., Hon. Fellow of Trin. Coll. Cambridge. (Published by George Bell & Sons, York St., Covent Gardens, London, and New York. Printed by Chiswick Press: C. Whittingham and Co., Tooks Court, Chancery Lane.) First Aldine Edition. November 1876. Reprinted. March 1879. March 1882. June 1883. June 1886. August 1890. March 1891. August 1892. Keats, John; Lord Houghton Editor’s Note. "The object of the chronological arrangement of this edition, and the consequent insertion of some pieces of comparatively little value, is to present a faithful self-drawn literary picture of the short and sad poetical life. Had Keats lived to maturity his claim on the larger sympathies of mankind... This volume alone contains all his works..." The volume begins with the Houghton Memoir. "The Life, Letters, and...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 493 0013.01.0810
1892 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted From The Original Editions With Notes by Francis T. Palgrave. (Published by MacMillan and Co., London and New York. Printed by R. & R. Clark, Edinburgh. This edition published as part of the Golden Treasury Series) Keats, John; Palgrave, Francis T. This version of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" was first published in 1884. Contents were added in 1885 and reprinted in 1886, 1889 and 1892. It begins with a short introduction by Francis T. Palgrave, dated August 1884, and ends with his extensive notes on Keats writings. Palgrave also arranges his writings in the order they were published; 1817, 1818, 1820 and "Posthuma" (published after his death). He also includes... For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Continue... Pp 284 0013.04.0712
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Hillside Home School, (Sixth Year) 1893-94 (Published by Hillside Home School, Hillside, Wisconsin.) Lloyd-Jones, Ellen C. & Jane Booklet for the sixth year of Hillside Home School. "This is a Home, Farm and Industrial School, for a limited number of young women, boys and girls. It owed its early prosperity to the wide acquaintance of the principles, made during their extended connection with the city and state Normal Schools. It now recommends itself by its results. The limited number received makes it possible to give the pupils careful personal supervision. The location of the school removes them from...  Continue... Pp 20 0013.07.0313
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The Eve of St. Agnes and Sonnets (Hard Cover) (Published by G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York and London. Electrotyped, Printed, and Bound by The Knickerbocker Press, New York) Keats, John Part of the Literary Gems, Fifth Series. Series I. To V. Comprise 30 volumes. "A series of productions, complete in small compass, which have been accepted as classics of their kind, and which are entitled to the most attractive form that can be given to them. Each ‘Gem’ is presented in a separate volume, tastefully printed in 32mo, and attractively bound in full morocco, gilt top, with a frontispiece in photogravure... Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Pp 84 0013.09.0214
1893 The Poetical Works of John Keats. Reprinted From The Original Editions With Notes by Francis T. Palgrave, Professor of Poetry in The University of Oxford. (Hard Cover) (Published by Thomas Y. Crowell & Co., New York and Boston) Keats, John; Palgrave, Francis T. First printed in 1884. This version of "The Poetical Works of John Keats" begins with a short introduction by Francis T. Palgrave, dated August 1884, and ends with his extensive notes on Keats writings and an Index to first lines. Palgrave also arranges his writings in the order they were published; 1817, 1818, 1820 and "Posthuma" (published after his death). The cover has a light beige cloth stamped with a gilt... (First Edition)   Continue...   For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Pp 298 0013.05.1012
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Cullings From Keats (Soft Cover) (Published by A. W. Carter, Newtonville, Mass.) Keats, John; Colvin, Sidney Part of the six volume "Choice Bits Series." Hand decorated with seven colors (dark and light green, yellow, white, black, gray and gold) on dark green covers. Bound with a string. Begins with a one page introduction by Sidney Colvin "Life of Keats." Includes short portions from many of Keats poems. "What other poet has compressed into a single line so much of the true life and charm of flowers, of their power... Continue...  For more information on the Eve of St. Agnes see our Wright Study.    Pp 26 0016.03.0115
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Hillside Home School, (Seventh) 1894-95 (Published by Hillside Home School, Hillside, Wisconsin.) Lloyd-Jones, Ellen C. & Jane Booklet for the seventh year of Hillside Home School. "The seventh year of work in this Home and Farm School is herein represented. It has passed beyond the experimental period, and its methods, location, and advantages are already familiar to a sufficiently large number of patrons to meet the needs of the school. The capacity is limited to about thirty home pupils and as many day pupils. To new inquires additional information will be given upon application..." Includes the courses...  Continue... Pp 23 0016.02.0313
 
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