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The poetical works of William Wordsworth

Author: William WordsworthEdward MoxonHenry William PickersgillWilliam Henry WattMark L ReedAll authors
Publisher: London : Edward Moxon, 1849.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : New and rev. edView all editions and formats
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Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850.
Poetical works of William Wordsworth.
London : E. Moxon, 1849
(OCoLC)682471823
Named Person: William Wordsworth; William Wordsworth
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William Wordsworth; Edward Moxon; Henry William Pickersgill; William Henry Watt; Mark L Reed; Bradbury & Evans,; J.W. Mason & Son,
OCLC Number: 868028473
Notes: Half-titles.
Volume one has frontispiece plate portrait of Wordsworth, with thin paper guard sheet, by H.W. Pickersgill, steel engraving by W.H. Watt, "London, Edward Moxon, Dover Street, 1836"--Printed at foot of plate.
"Index to the poems" and "Index to the first lines": volume 6, p. [361]-384.
RBC Copy: Bound in fine blackish brown rib grain (T) cloth; both covers stamped in blind with a pair of straight line borders with mitred corners enclosing center border design of vines and leaves; spine stamped in gilt; white end papers; vol. 1: publisher's unopened 8 p. catalog, "A List of Books," dated "May, 1853" inserted before half-title; bookseller's label "J.W. Mason & Son" at foot of front pastedown; front free end-paper inscribed: "John S. Warren from E.C.O. May 1854"; laid-in: glossy postcard with portrait of Wordsworth printed in brown and white.
Description: 7 volumes : illustrations, portrait ; 18 cm
Contents: Vol. 1. Poems referring to the period of childhood. Poems written in youth. Poems founded on the affections. The waggoner --
v. 2. Poems of the fancy. Poems of the imagination. Peter Bell. Poems on the naming of places --
v. 3. Miscellaneous sonnets, part I-II. Memorials of a tour in Scotland. 1803. Memorials of a tour in Scotland. 1814. Sonnets dedicated to liberty, part I-II. Thanksgiving ode. Inscriptions. The Egyptian maid --
v. 4. The river Duddon. The white doe of Rylstone. Itinerary sonnets. Ecclesiastical sonnets, part I-III --
v. 5. Poems of sentiment and reflection. Yarrow revisited &c. Sonnets composed or suggested during a tour in Scotland, 1833. Evening voluntaries. Poems referring to the period of old age. Epitaphs and elegiac pieces --
v. 6. Poems chiefly of early and late years. Memorials of a tour in Italy. Sonnets upon the punishment of death. Miscellaneous sonnets. The borderers. Index --
v. 7. The excursion.
Other Titles: Poems.
Wordsworth's poetical works
Responsibility: in seven volumes ; A new and revised edition.

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