London: John Murray, 1821. Edition: First edition, first issue. Bibliographical References: Tinker 577; Randolph, page 73; NCBEL III, 288.
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London: Printed for John Murray by W. Bulmer, 1816. Edition: First edition, first issue. Bibliographical References: Randolph, page 56; NCBEL III, 282. Eleven poems by Byron, several of which are on departures and separations, including his famous “Fare thee well,” written to Lady Byron just after she had left him...
London: Printed for John Murray, 1816. Edition: First edition. Bibliographical References: Tinker 551; NCBEL III, 281. Two poems: The Siege of Corinth, a tale of conflict between Christians and Muslims, and Parisina, the tale based on the story of Niccolo Ill d’Este and his wife Parisina.