Sappho: One Hundred Lyrics Part 18

Part I. Letters of the Kings of England, from Alfred to the Coming of the Tudors, newly edited from the originals by ROBERT STEELE, F.S.A.

Frontispiece, Portrait of Henry V.

Part II. From the Early Tudors, with the love-letters of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn, and with frontispiece, Portrait of Anne Boleyn.

Parts III. and IV., bringing the series up to modern times, will shortly be announced under the same editorship.

39. THE ROYAL POETS OF ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND.

Being Original Poems by English Kings and other Royal and n.o.ble Persons, now first collected and edited by W. BAILEY-KEMPLING. Frontispiece, Portrait of King James I. of Scotland, after an early engraving.

13. THE LIFE OF MARGARET G.o.dOLPHIN.

By JOHN EVELYN, the famous diarist. Re-edited from the edition of Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of Oxford. Frontispiece, Portrait of Margaret G.o.dolphin engraved on copper.

15. THE FALSTAFF LETTERS.

Editor, JAMES WHITE, possibly with the a.s.sistance of CHARLES LAMB, _cf.

the Introduction_. Frontispiece, Sir John Falstaff dancing to Master Brooks' fiddle, from the original edition.

14. EARLY LIVES OF DANTE.

Comprising Boccaccio's Life of Dante, Leonardo Bruni's Life of Dante, and other important contemporary records.

Translated and edited by the Rev. PHILIP H. WICKSTEED. Frontispiece, The Death-mask of Dante.

46. DANTE'S VITA NUOVA.

The Italian text with D.G. ROSSETTI'S translation on the opposite page.

Introduction and notes by Professor H. OELSNER Ph.D., Lecturer in Romance Literature, Oxford University. Frontispiece after the original water-colour sketch for "Dante's Dream," by D.G. ROSSETTI.

12. THE STORY OF CUPID AND PSYCHE.

From "The Golden a.s.s" of Apuleius, translated by W. ADLINGTON (1566), edited by W.H.D. ROUSE, Litt.D. With frontispiece representing the "Marriage of Cupid and Psyche," after a gem now in the British Museum.

23. CICERO'S "FRIENDSHIP," "OLD AGE," AND "SCIPIO'S DREAM."

From early translations. Editor, W.H.D. ROUSE, Litt.D. Frontispiece, "Scipio, Laelius and Cato conversing," from a fourteenth-century MS.

***2. SIX DRAMAS OF CALDERON.

Translated by EDWARD FITZGERALD. Editor, H. OELSNER, M.A., Ph.D.

Frontispiece, Portrait of Calderon, from an etching by M. EGUSQUIZA.

_Double volume._

42. SWIFT'S BATTLE OF THE BOOKS.

Edited, and with notes and introduction. Frontispiece.

38. WALPOLE'S CASTLE OF OTRANTO.

The introduction of Sir WALTER SCOTT. Preface by Miss C. SPURGEON.

Frontispiece, Portrait of Walpole, after a contemporary engraving.

30. GEORGE ELIOT'S SILAS MARNER.

Frontispiece, Portrait of George Eliot, from a water-colour drawing by Mrs.

CHARLES BRAY. Introduction by RICHARD GARNETT.

31. GOLDSMITH'S VICAR OF WAKEFIELD.

Introduction by RICHARD GARNETT. Frontispiece, Portrait of Oliver Goldsmith.

32. PEG WOFFINGTON.

By CHARLES READE. Frontispiece, Portrait of Peg Woffington. Introduction by RICHARD GARNETT.

16. POLONIUS, a Collection of Wise Saws and Modern Instances.

By EDWARD FITZGERALD. With portrait of Edward FitzGerald from the miniature by Mrs. E.M.B. RIVETT-CARNAC as frontispiece; notes and index. Contains a preface by EDWARD FITZGERALD, on Aphorisms generally.

***24. WORDSWORTH'S PRELUDE.

The introduction and notes have been written by W. BASIL WORSFOLD, M.A., and the frontispiece is taken from the portrait of Wordsworth by H.W.

PICKERSGILL, R.A., in the National Gallery. A map of the Lake District is added.

_Double volume_.

25. THE DEFENCE OF GUENEVERE and other Poems by WILLIAM MORRIS.

Editor, ROBERT STEELE. With reproduction of DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI'S picture of "Lancelot and Guenevere at King Arthur's tomb" as frontispiece.

26, 27. BROWNING'S "MEN AND WOMEN."

Edited with introduction and notes by W. BASIL WORSFOLD, M.A. Two volumes, each with portrait of Browning as frontispiece.

_In two volumes_.

28. POE'S POEMS.

Editor, EDWARD HUTTON. Frontispiece, Poe's cottage.

34. SAPPHO: One Hundred Lyrics By BLISS CARMAN, With frontispiece after a Greek gem.

_To be continued_.

NOTE.--_At the date of this list, May_ 1, 1907, Nos. 1-35 were published.

Numbers subsequent to 35 are at press or about to go to press_.

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