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The Courtship of Miles Standish, and other FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth.
Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1858 Irvingiana: a Memorial of Washington Irving (with Address by Longfellow and Poem by Lowell). 8vo, original sheets, uncut. N. Y.: Charles B. Richardson, 1860 318. Irvingiana: a Memorial of Washington Irving (with an Address by H. W. Longfellow and a Poem by J. R. Lowell). Etched portrait and facsimile. Square 8vo, original cloth. N. Y. Charles B. Richardson, 1860 319. Tales of a Wayside Inn. FIRST EDN. Vignette title. 12mo, original cloth. Bost.: Ticknor & Fields, 1863 320. Household Poems. FIRST EDN. Illusts. by Gilbert, Birket Foster, and John Absolon. 16mo, rebound in cloth. Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1865
323. nal cloth.
321. LONGFELLOW. Household Poems. FIRST EDN. Illust. by Gilbert, Foster, and others. 12mo, original paper Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1865 322. [- -] Works. Revised edn. (with Paper on "Ancient French Romances," now first collected). Steel portrait. 7 vols. small 8vo, original half cloth and boards, uncut, with labels. Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1866 Large Paper. No. 1 of only 100 sets issued. Fine set, unopened throughout.
Poetical Works. Complete edn. 16mo, origiBost. Ticknor & Fields, 1867 324. Flower-De-Luce. FIRST EDN. Illusts. 16mo original cloth (relief stamp on title). Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1867
Bookplate of H. B. Anthony.
The Divine Comedy; Inferno; Paradiso; Purgatorio. FIRST EDN. 3 vols. royal 8vo, original cloth, gilt tops, uncut. Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1867 326. The New-England Tragedies. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth. Bost. Ticknor & Fields, 1868 The Building of the Ship. FIRST SEPARATE Illusts. Square 12mo, original cloth.
Bost. Fields, Osgood & Co., 1870 328. The Divine Tragedy. FIRST EDN. Vignette on title. Thick post 8vo, original cloth, gilt edges. Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1871
329. Christus, a Mystery; The Golden Legend, The Divine Tragedy, and The New England Tragedies. COLLECTED EDN. 3 vols. post 8vo, original cloth, gilt tops. Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1872
330. original cloth.
Three Books of Song. FIRST EDN. 12mo, Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1872 Laid in is an A. L. S., 1 p. 12mo, 1879, from Longfellow to H. Edwards: "I am much obliged to you for sending me over friend Winter's beautiful lines," etc.
Aftermath. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth. Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1873 The Hanging of the Crane. FIRST EDN. With (additional) illusts. 8vo, original cloth, gilt edges. Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1875 The Masque of Pandora, and other Poems. 12mo, original cloth.
333. FIRST EDN.
Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1875 The Skeleton in Armor. FIRST SEPARATE EDN. Illust. Square 8vo, original cloth, gilt edges.
Bost. James R. Osgood & Co., 1877
Early Poems. Now first collected. Edited and prefaced by Richard Herne Shepherd. 12mo, limp morocco gilt, gilt edges. Lond.: Pickering & Co. [Printed at the Chiswick Press], 1878.
Kéramos, and other Poems. FIRST EDN. 12mo, Bost. Houghton, Osgood & Co., 1878 337. Ultima Thule. FIRST EDN. Portrait. 12mo, original cloth, gilt top, uncut (name on title).
Bost.: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1880
The Illustrated Fryeburg Webster Memorial (with Poems by Longfellow and Whittier). Illust. 8vo, original wrappers, pp. 39.
Fryeburg (Me.): A. F. & C. W. Lewis, 1882
Contains the poem,
Lovewell's Fight," which was the first poem given to the world with his name.
339. The Home Life of Henry W. Longfellow: Reminiscences of Visits at Cambridge and Nahant. By B. R. Tucker-Macchetta. FIRST EDN. Facsimile. 12mo, cloth. N. Y.: G. W. Carter & Co., 1882
Seventy-Fifth Birthday. Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society, Feb. 27, 1882. Portrait and Crown 8vo, original cloth.
Portland: Hoyt, Fogg & Donham 
Includes an ode and a letter by the poet.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: a Medley in Prose and Verse. By Richard Henry Stoddard. FIRST EDN. Portrait. Square 8vo, original cloth.
N. Y. George W. Harlan & Co., 1882 "The Soul," a poem, was here first published.
In the Harbor; Ultima Thule, Part II.
343. The Longfellow Collector's Handbook: a Bibliography of First Editions. 12mo, original half vellum, uncut. N. Y.: William Evarts Benjamin, 1885 Limited to 250 copies, this being No. 185.
Life. By Eric S. Robertson. (With Bibliography by J. P. Anderson of the British Museum.) 12mo, original cloth. Lond. Walter Scott, 1887
Henry W. Longfellow. son. (Am. Men of Letters Series.) lished Letters. 12mo, cloth.
By Thos. W. HigginWith hitherto unpub
Bost. and N. Y.: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1902 First edition of 300 copies, entirely uncut, with paper label.
A. L. S. with initials "H. W. L." 4 pp. 12mo. Camb. [ridge] 1874. "My Dear Mr. Osgood. I know nothing about this unpleasant business, beyond the fact that Routledge has published the book."... "I sent Routledge a copy for the use of artists, in the desire of saving time, I did not authorize him to publish it," etc.
JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL,
347. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). A Year's Life. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original boards, with paper label (small pieces from top and bottom of back; paper split slightly in few margins). Bost. C. C. Little and J. Brown, 1841 A good clean copy of this scarce book, with Errata slip at the end.
348. The Boston Miscellany of Literature and Fashion. Edited by Nathan Hale, Jr. Vols. 1 and 2. Plates of views, costumes, etc., some COLORED. Together in 1 vol. Royal 8vo, old calf, gilt (binding rubbed and little stained in places). Bost.: Bradbury, Soden & Co., Jan.-Dec., 1842 Lowell was a constant contributor to this review, he being responsible for the literary notices, and several sonnets and other poems; also some prose articles. "The First Client" and others of the sonnets were never republished. Hawthorne was also a contributor.
LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL).
349.  The Token and Atlantic Souvenir for 1842. Illust. 12mo, original stamped roan, gilt edges (lacks a Bost.: David H. Williams, 1842
Contains "The Ballad of the Stranger," by Lowell.
350.  The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom. (With Elegy on the Death of Dr. Channing, by Lowell.) Post 8vo, original cloth, gilt edges (lacks plate).
Bost.: Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Fair, 1843 351. Poems. FIRST EDN. 12mo, half bound, uncut (poor copy, with piece cut from title).
Bost. Jno. Owen, 1844 352. [- -] The Liberty Bell. By Friends of Freedom. (With A Chippewa Legend," by Lowell.) Portrait. 12mo, original cloth, gilt edges.
Bost. Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, 1844 The Arnold copy, with label.
353.  The Missionary Memorial. Fronts. in colors. Post 8vo, original full morocco, gilt edges (a few pp. spotted). N. Y.: E Walker, 1846
"The Captive," by Lowell, here first printed, and was afterwards much changed, two stanzas being wholly omitted. Also contains "The Lake," by Poe.
354.  The Young American's Magazine for SelfImprovement. Edited by Geo. W. Light. Portrait. 8vo, original cloth.
Bost. Charles H. Peirce, 1847 Volume I., all ever published. Three poems, "Above and Below, Hebe," and "Study for a Head," are by Lowell.
Poems. Second Series. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original brown cloth, uncut. Cambridge, George Nichols; Bost., B. B. Mussey and Company, 1848.
Fine clean copy.
356. Celebration of the Introduction of Water into the City of Boston, Oct. 25th, 1848. (With Original Ode by Lowell, p. 21.) 8vo, original wrappers, pp. 48.
Bost. J. H. Eastburn 
357. [- -] A Fable for Critics. FIRST EDN. Crown 8vo, boards, with paper label, UNCUT. N. Y.: G. P. Putnam, 1848 Earliest issue, without the line "A Vocal and Musical Medley."
358. A Fable for Critics. 12mo, original boards, uncut (back somewhat chipped). N. Y.: G. P. Putnam, 1848 Second issue of the first edition. Scarce in boards.
359. A Fable for Critics. 12mo, original boards, uncut (back chipped). N. Y.: G. P. Putnam, 1848 Second edition, with a Preliminary Note now first published.
LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL).
360.  Melibus-Hipponax. The Biglow Papers. Edited, with Introduction, Notes, Glossary, and Copious Index, by Homer Wilbur, A. M. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth, uncut. Cambridge: Geo. Nichols, 1848
Very scarce. Fine copy.
FIRST EDN. 12mo,
Cambridge: Published by George Nichols, 1848 An exceedingly choice copy of this rare book, with the exception of a little defect in the head margin of half-title, due to careless cutting open.
original glazed boards, uncut.
362. Poems. By James Russell Lowell. 2 vols. 12mo, original cloth gilt, gilt edges.
The Vision of Sir Launfal.
Bost. Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1849 First collected edition, containing many poems now first published.
363. [—] The Works of Edgar Allan Poe. With Notices of his Life and Genius. By N. P. Willis, J. R. Lowell, and R. W. Griswold. FIRST EDN. Fine mezzotint portrait of Poe. 2 vols. thick 12mo, original cloth.
N. Y. J. S. Redfield, 1850 364. Memory and Hope. Crown 8vo, original cloth, gilt edges (margins little discolored and inkstains on cloth). Bost. Ticknor, Reed and Fields, 1851
A volume of original verse, including poems by Lowell ("The First Snowfall"), Whittier, Longfellow, Willis, and Holmes
365. Selections from the Writings and Speeches of Wm. Lloyd Garrison. (With "The Day of Small Things, by Lowell; "To William Lloyd Garrison," by Whittier.) 12mo, original cloth, gilt. Bost. R. F. Wallcott, 1852
Presentation copy from Garrison.
Report of the Committee of the Association of the Alumni of Harvard College, appointed to take into consideration the State of the College Library, July 16th, 1857. (With Statement by Lowell.) 8vo, original wrappers, pp. Cambridge: Metcalf and Co., 1858
Poetry of the Bells. Collected by Samuel Ratchelder, Jr. Vignette on title. Each page printed within decorated border. Post 8vo, original cloth, gilt edges. [Cambridge], Riverside Press, 1858
'Godminster Chimes, pp. 57-60, specially contributed by Lowell."-FOLEY.
368. FIRST EDN. 12mo, original cloth (small inkstain on p. 115).
Bost. Ticknor and Fields, 1864 369. The Biglow Papers. FIRST Second Series. EDN. 12mo, original cloth. Bost.: Ticknor and Fields, 1867