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Two books of Italian sonnets by various authors, bound in one volume, with introductory matter. They are addressed to 'Sigor. Capno. Thommaso Sassetti'. The collector, 'Lattantio Valori Fiorentino', dates 'di casa sua in Londra il primo giorno di Maggio M.D.LXXXV'. A list of authors is prefixed to each volume.
Correspondence, texts and related matreials, principally concerning publications under the Spectacular Diseases imprint. The collection includes letters from authors, translators and printers, and poetry and prose submitted and typeset for publication.
Poems, songs, verse, stories, historical notes, mainly concerning Ireland and of Irish origin.
Diaries, poems and juvenilia
Manuscript and typescript drafts and versions of poems in Tiller's 1968 Chatto and Windus (Hogarth Press) book ' Notes for a myth and other poems', some bearing notes to the printer. With a manila folder bearing the title of the book.
An anonymous set of verses in seven stanzas. Fo. 1: 'Samuel Sandars'.
A collection of poems addressed 'To Louisa Jane Justamond. The following trifles in verse: the production of a period commencing from the age of 14 and continued to the age of 29'. There are seventy-two numbered pages and a number of blank pages.
Typewritten by Samuel Thomson, Copying Office, Belfast, 1902, 307 pages.
52 folios. The book begins with poems, including 'Quaestio Henrici Hubbard 1733' (fo. 26) and 'Upon Bob Leak' (fos 27-28). On fos 32-48 is 'The Manners of ye Age in 13 Moral Satirs. Lond: 1733', presumably a copy of the printed work of this title. On fos 49-52, entered from the other end of the book, are extracts from Vanbrugh's plays headed 'The Cream of Poetry'.
A calligraphic manuscript of Poetical works of the late Thomas Little, 124 numbered pages, executed by Ensign George Mackay. At the front of the volume is the bookplate of Lord Gray.
Transcript of Robert Copland's poem 'The Complaynte of them that ben to late maryd', made from the printed edition by Wynkyn de Worde
Inside the front cover is the bookplate of F.W. Cosens.
Translation by E.B. Cowell of Ellis Wynne's Gwelidigaethan y Bardd Cwsg ('Visions of the sleeping Bard')
Includes: (fo. i) title-page; (fo. iv) note on Gwalchmai's descent; (fo. ii) list of contents; (fo. 1) note on the text; (fo. 3) text of the translation, with footnotes; (fo. 46) index of names. Attached to fo. ii is a letter from Reynolds to E.B. Cowell, 2 October 1882.
- Nocturne. Jean Moreas.
- By the water. Variation on a theme by Alexander Blok.
- Cette fille est morte …
- Sagesse I xxl.
- Cold. From a poem by Nekrassov.
- Comme on voit sur la branche au mois de mai la rose …
- Puis qu’elle est tout hyver, toute la même glace …
- Vous estes dejà vieille, et je le suis aussi …
- Letter from Ursula Vaughan Williams to 'Jean', nd
This collection contains documents written by Arthur Waley, and papers relating to him. It includes memoirs by members of his family, correspondence, photographs, off-prints both by and about him, and newspaper cuttings.
The collection primarily consists of correspondence sent to Colin Wilcockson by the poet and artist David Jones and a small volume of poetry. There is also a series of tributes to Wilcockson gathered together posthumously.
'When Klopstock England defied', a poem transcribed by A.C. Swinburne during the nineteenth century from p. 5 of the Rossetti MS of William Blake.
Copies of 'The shepherd' and 'The echoing green' by Edward Johnston.
Notes on dreams experienced and voices heard, 15 Nov. 1797 - 23 Apr. 1799, in the hand of John Johnson of East Dereham, 108 folios. Fos 52-106 and the verso throughout are blank.