British literary autographs, 1752-1876.

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Taylor, Robert H.,. British literary autographs, 1752-1876.

British literary autographs, 1752-1876.

Album of autograph letters from 18th and 19th century literary figures tipped in, compiler unknown. Includes ALS from William Cowper to Toby, dated Apr. 1, 1752; ALS from Robert Burns to James Smith (2 p.) dated Mauchline, June 11, 1787; ALS from Percy Bysshe Shelley to Mr. Gisborne (4 p.) dated Pisa, Mar. 6, 1820; ALS from John Keats to 'my dear young lady' (4 p.) dated Wentworth Place, June 1819; ALS from Alfred Lord Tennyson to 'my dear Tom' (1 p.) dated Whitby, July 18 [no year indicated] and together with a printed copy of "A Welcome," by Tennyson. London : Edward Moxon & Co., 1863; ALS from Sir Walter Scott to James (2 p.) undated; ALS from Charles Lamb to 'Madam' (2 p.) dated Enfield, Good Friday; ALS from Thackeray to Edward Fitzgerald (3 p.) dated [Oct.] 8, 1834, containing two watercolor drawings; Printed program of the W. Empty House Theatricals for Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 24-25, 1862, with a rhymed epilogue of 36 lines, to be recited at the conclusion of the performance, written in Thackeray's hand; ALS from Charles Dickens to 'my dear Black' (4 p.) dated Genoa, Apr. 12, 1845; ALS from Charles Kingsley (4 p.) dated March 2 [no year indicated]; and ALS from Thomas Hughes (4 p.) dated Margate July 21, 1875. Each letter is accompanied by an engraved portrait of the author and a typescript.

1 v. (28 leaves) ; 31 x 26 cm.

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Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

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Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 1792-1822

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Burns, Robert, 1759-1796

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Taylor, Robert H., 1943-....

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Texas legislator. From the description of Taylor, Robert H., letter, 1856. (University of Texas Libraries). WorldCat record id: 26751425 ...