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The poetical works of Lord Byron. Complete in one volume.

Title
The poetical works of Lord Byron. Complete in one volume. Collected and arranged, with illustrative notes by Thomas Moore, Lord Jeffrey, Sir Walter Scott, Bishop Heber, Samuel Rogers, Professor Wilson, J. G. Lockhart, George Ellis, Thomas Campbell, Rev. H. H. Milman, &c. &c. &c.
Author
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824.
Publication
New York : Published by R. Martin [ca. 1847].

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829, [3] p., [53] leaves of plates : ill.; 26 cm.
Series Statement
Martin's Pictorial Edition
Note
  • Issued in 26 parts.
  • Publisher's advertisements: on printed paper wrappers.
  • Approximate date sugested by dates listed in publisher's advertisements.
  • Illustrations: 53 steel engravings, including "Lord Byron," showing Byron at different ages, by F. Halpin after various. -- "When I proved a young Highlander" (the title-vignette), depicting Byron in Scottish garb, triumphantly raising his horn after having just hunted and killed a stag, by Rice & Buttre. -- "Medora," by W. H. Mote after J. W. Wright. -- "Leila," by W. H. Egleton after Wright. -- "Ruins of Ancient Rome," by J. J. White. -- "The maid of Athens," by Halpin after T[homas?] Allason. -- "Witch of the Alps," by Rice & Buttre after K. Meadows. -- "Kaled," by W. Holl after Wright. -- "Medora watching the return of Conrad." -- "Parisinia," by J. Bannister. -- "Haidee," by B. Eyles after E. Corbould. -- Portrait of Byron with facsimile of autograph closing and signature, by R. Soper after G. Sanders. -- "The death of Medora," by H. Cook after Corbould. -- "Foscari," by C. Rolls after J. Herbert. -- "The death of Haidee," by H. Robinson after Herbert. -- "Gulnare and the Seyd," by Robinson after Herbert. -- "Zuleika." -- "The Corsair." -- "Haidee entering the cave," by Alfred T. Heath after Corbould. -- "Gulnare," by J. Brown after Corbould. -- "Newstead Abbey." -- "Angiolina," by H. Austin after Wright. -- "Bridge of St. Angelo, Rome." -- "The Dugano (Venice)." -- "Byron's dream," by Rice & Buttre after J. D. Harding. -- "Meeting of Conrad & Medora," by R. Soper after F. P. Stephanoff. -- "Ada" (title-vignette), by Rice & Buttre after G. House. -- "Laura," by Rice & Buttre after J. Hayter. -- "Love's last adieu," by Bannister after Richter. -- "Monument to Lord Byron," by J. D. Smillie after T. Allom. -- "Ianthe," by Rice & Buttre after Miss F. Corbaux. -- "The Countess Guiccioli," by J. Thomson after A. E. Chalon. -- "Beppo," by Rolls after Herbert. -- "Castle of Chillon," by J. Bannister after W. H. Bartlett. -- "Zuleika before Giaffir," by Robinson after Stephanoff. -- "Thou art not false, but thou art fickle," by Mote after A. Egg. -- "Donna Julia's Eyes," by Soper after Richter. -- "Athens from the Ilissus," by J. J. White. -- "Mount of Olives, from the walls of Jerusalem," by Smillie. -- "Robert Burns," by Rice & Buttre after Archd. Skirving. -- "The fair spirit." -- "Don Juan and Haidee." -- "Bridge of Sighs." -- Portrait of Thomas Moore, by Soper after Sir T. Lawrence. -- "The Albanian," by J. A. Rolph after W. Purser. -- "Astarte," by Eyles after G. Staal. -- "Street in Jerusalem (Governors House)." -- "Mazeppa (pl. 1)," by Bannister after H. Vernet. -- "Mazeppa (pl. 2)," by Bannister after Vernet. -- "Lady Byron," by Soper after W. J. Newton. -- "The deluge," by Rice & Buttre after N. Poussin.
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Pforz (Byronana) (Images. Poetical works of Lord Byron. 1847. New York)
Author
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824.
Title
The poetical works of Lord Byron. Complete in one volume. Collected and arranged, with illustrative notes by Thomas Moore, Lord Jeffrey, Sir Walter Scott, Bishop Heber, Samuel Rogers, Professor Wilson, J. G. Lockhart, George Ellis, Thomas Campbell, Rev. H. H. Milman, &c. &c. &c.
Imprint
New York : Published by R. Martin [ca. 1847].
Edition
New edition.
Series
Martin's Pictorial Edition
Local Note
Pforzheimer copy: In 18 original printed paper wrappers; nos. 1-10 issued individually, nos. 11-26 issued in twos. -- Tite-page and contents pages bound within no. 25-26. -- Some nos. with the bookseller's ticket of John P. Johnson of Church Street, Toronto. -- Within two blue cloth drop-back boxes, gilt titling.
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Restricted access; Pforzheimer Collection; Permit must be requested at the division indicated.
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Martin, Robert. Publisher
Halpin, Frederick W., 1805-1880. Engraver
Rice & Buttre. Engraver
Mote, William Henry. Engraver
Wright, John William, 1802-1848. Illustrator
White, J. J. Engraver
Allason, T. Illustrator
Meadows, Joseph Kenny, 1790-1874. Illustrator
Holl, William, 1771-1838. Engraver
Bannisher, J. Engraver
Eyles, B. Engraver
Corbould, Edward Henry, 1815-1905. Illustrator
Soper, Richard F., approximately 1810-approximately 1862. Engraver
Sanders, George, 1774-1846. Illustrator
Cook, Henry R. Engraver
Rolls, Charles, 1800- Engraver
Herbert, John Rogers, 1810-1890. Illustrator
Robinson, H. Engraver
Heath, Alfred T., 1812-1896. Engraver
Brown, J. Engraver
Austin, Henry, 1811 or 12-1861. Engraver
Harding, James Duffield, 1798-1863. Illustrator
Stephanoff, Francis Philip, 1788-1860. Illustrator
House, G. Illustrator
Hayter, John, 1800-1895. Illustrator
Richter, Henry, 1772-1857. Illustrator
Smillie, James, 1807-1885. Illustrator
Allom, Thomas, 1804-1872. Illustrator
Corbaux, F. (Fanny), 1812-1883. Illustrator
Thomson, James, 1788-1850. Engraver
Chalon, Alfred Edward, 1780-1860. Illustrator
Bartlett, W. H. (William Henry), 1809-1854. Illustrator
Egg, Augustus Leopold, 1816-1863. Illustrator
Skirving, Archibald, 1749-1819. Illustrator
Lawrence, Thomas, 1769-1830. Illustrator
Rolph, John A., 1799-1862. Engraver
Purser, William, approximately 1790-approximately 1852. Illustrator
Staal, Gustave, 1817-1882. Illustrator
Vernet, Horace, 1789-1863. Illustrator
Newton, William John, Sir, 1785-1869. Illustrator
Poussin, Nicolas, 1594?-1665. Illustrator
Johnson, John P. Bookseller
Research Call Number
Pforz (Byronana) (Images. Poetical works of Lord Byron. 1847. New York)
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