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Published by D. Appleton & Co.
Now first collected; including some New Poems.
From Paintings by Eminent American Artists.
One handsome 8vo volume.
This volume possesses the rare excellence of uniting the names of Huntington, Lentze, Durand, and Edmonds, as painters, and Smilie, Cheney, Burt, and others, as engravers. The Publishers de aign this volume as an evidence of the progress of art in America, and believe while they have selected the most gifted name in poesy, the illustrations will be found worthy of the eminent reputatiou of the suthor.
COLLECTED AND ARRANGED, WITH ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES,
Thomas Campbell, &c., &c., &c. ILLUSTRATED WITH A PORTRAIT, AND TEN ELEGANT STEEL PLATES. One vol. 8vo, uniform with “ Tom Moore's Works,” &c., &c., &c. This is the only handsome and complete Edition of Byron published in the United States, the Text being a fac-simile of Murray's London Edition. The beautiful illustrations are to be found only In this edition.
Appleton's Poetical Publications.
CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE.
BY LORD BYRON.
A NEW EDITION, ILLUSTRATED WITH SEVERAL HANDSOME ENGRAVINGS. One neat volume 16mo, cloth, $1 25; gilt edges, $1 50; silk, $2 00; morocco,
This exquisite Poem, snited alike for the Drawing Room or Library, is now for the first time pre sented in a handsome style at a moderate price.
POETICAL WORKS OF THOMAS MOORE. Beautifully printed in clear legible type, in exact imitation of the recent corrected London Edition. Illustrated with numerous fine Steel Engravings,
and an elegantly-engraved Portrait of the Author. One vol. 8vo, cloth, $4 00; or cheap paper edition, with portrait only, $2 50
This is the first complete American edition of this standard poet, published in a handsome and enduring form.
“ Happiness of nature and felicity of genius are the pre-eminent characteristics of the bard of Erin. Every thing lives, moves, and speaks, in his poetry. His thoughts are as many and as bright as the insects that people the sun beam.' He exhausts by being inexhaustible."- Hazlitt. “ Thomas Moore has unquestionably attained the highest reputation as a lyric poet.
In grace, both of thought and diction, in easy fluent wit, in nielody, in brilliancy of fancy, in warmth and depth of sentiment, no one is superior to Moore; his celebrated oriental romance, Lalla Rookh," the four tales to which and the frame-work which unites them having been compared, in the · Edinburgh Review,' to four beautiful pearls joined together by a thread of silk and gold."
POETICAL WORKS OF ROBERT SOUTHEY, Esq., LL. D. The ten volume London edition, in one elegant volume, royal 8vo. Illustrated
with a Portrait and several fine S:eel Engravings. Cloth, $3 50. CONTENTS.-Joan of Arc, Juvenile and Minor Poems, Thalaba the Destroyer, Madoc, Ballads and Metrical Tales, The Curse of Kehama, Roderick the last of the Goths, The Poet's Pilgrimage to Waterloo, Lay of the Laureate, Vision of Judgment, Oliver Newman, &c.
This edition, which the anthor has arranged and revised with the same care as if it were intended for posthumous publication, includes many pieces which either have never before been collected, a have hitherto remained unpublished.
Preliminary notices are affixed to the long poems, the whole of the notes retained, and such ad ditional ones incorporated as the author, since the first publication, has seen occasion to insert.
“The beauties of Mr. Southey's poetry are such, that this edition can hardly fail to find a piaco to the library of every man fond of elegant literature."'- Eclectic Review.