London, printed for John Murray, Albermarle-Street, by William Bulmer and C., Cleveland-Row, St. James, 1816. (with)
The Bride of Abydos (lacking title page) (and) The Corsair (same imprint), 1814. (and)
The Siege of Corinth (and) Parisina (same imprint), 1816. (and)
The Lament of Tasso (same imprint), 1817. (and)
Manfred (same imprint), 1817. (and)
Monody on the Death of Sheridan (same imprint), 1816.
8vo., 7 separate works by Byron bound together in one, rather worn in later half-calf binding.
Except for the Lament of Tasso and possibly the Bride of Abydos, all works are in first editions. The poems and Corsair are in first issue, Monody, the second. The Monody on the Death of Sheridan is particularly uncommon. This volume is not for the discriminate book collector, but for a student of literature or the specialized library to complete its collections.