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Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue; University Press (Cambridge, Mass.)
|Notes:||Colophon: This first complete edition ... contains three borders and one hundred and fourteen initial letters, designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue. There have been made five hundred copies on French handmade paper, and fifty copies, with rubricated initials, on Michallet paper. Printed by John Wilson and son of Cambridge between July MDCCCXCIII and December of the same year. [printer's mark].
"The one hundred and three sonnets and eleven lyrics ... are here set forth according to their obvious design. Those used in the volume of MDCCCLXX are reproduced as they then appeared, not as they have appeared since in the volume of MDCCCLXXXI."
|Description:||119 pages 21 cm|
|Responsibility:||being now for the first time given in its full text.|