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The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes (1907–21).
Vol. 13. The Victorian Age, Part One.


VI. Lesser Poets of the Middle and Later Nineteenth Century.

Bibliography.



ANTHOLOGIES AND GENERAL LITERATURE

The Poets and the Poetry of the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Miles, A. H. 10 vols. 1891–7. 10 vols. 1898. New edn. enlarged. 12 vols. 1905–7. [Contains biographies of, and selections from, the majority of the poets enumerated in this bibliography.]
Dixon, W. M. (ed.). The Edinburgh Book of Scottish Verse, 1300–1900. 1910.
Duff, Sir M. E. G. The Victorian Anthology. 1902.
Dyce, Alexander. Specimens of British Poetesses; selected … by A. D. 1825.
Millar, J. H. A Literary History of Scotland. 1903.
Quiller-Couch, Sir A. The Oxford Book of English Verse. 1250–1900. Oxford, 1900.
—— The Oxford Book of Ballads. Oxford, 1910.
—— The Oxford Book of Victorian Verse. Oxford, 1912.
Saintsbury, George. A History of Nineteenth Century Literature (1780–1895). 1896.
—— The Later Nineteenth Century. Edinburgh, 1907.
Sharp, William. Sonnets of this Century. 1887.
Sharpe, Amy. Victorian Poets. 1891.
Walker, Mrs. Hugh. A Book of Victorian Poetry and Prose. Cambridge, 1915.

WRITERS

Adams, Sarah Flower. Vivia Perpetua: a dramatic poem. 1841. With a
memoir of the author [by Bridell-Fox, E. F.], and her hymns. [Privately
ptd.] 1893. Nearer, my God, to Thee. [A hymn.] 1876. The original
autograph MS. [reproduced in facsimile] together with biographical, historical
and critical notes by Julian, J. 1911.
Aird, Thomas (1802–1876). Poetical Works. 1848. 5th edn., with a memoir.
1878.
Alexander, Mrs. Cecil Francis (1818–1895). Verses for Holy Seasons. 1846.
The Legend of the Golden Prayers, and other poems. 1859. Moral Songs.
1880. Poems. 1896.
Allingham, William. Poems. 1850. Day and Night Songs. 1854. Peace
and War. 1854. The Ballad Book. Ed. W. A. 1864. Laurence Bloomfield
in Ireland. Cambridge, 1864. Fifty modern Poems. 1865. Songs,
Ballads and Stories. 1877. Irish Songs and Poems. 1887. New edn.
1890. Flower Pieces and other poems. … With two designs by Dante
Gabriel Rossetti. 1888.
William Allingham: a Dairy. Edd. Allingham, H. and Radford, D.
1907.
Anderson, Alexander (1845–1909). Later Poems of Alexander Anderson, Surfaceman.
With a biographical sketch. Glasgow and Dalbeattie, 1912.
Arnold, Sir Edwin. The Feast of Belshazzar. Oxford, 1852. Poems, narrative
and lyrical. Oxford, 1853. Griselda: a tragedy. 1856. The Wreck of
the Northern Belle. Hastings, 1857. Hero and Leander. From the Greek
of Musaeus. [1873.] The Indian Song of Songs. From the Sanskrit.
1875. The Light of Asia; or, the Great Renunciation. 1879. 25th edn.
1885. Indian Idylls, from the Sanskrit. 1883. Pearls of the Faith, or
Islam’s Rosary; being the ninety-nine beautiful names of Allah. 1883. The
Secret of Death (from the Sanskrit). 1885. Lotus and Jewel, containing In
an Indian Temple, A Casket of Gems, A Queen’s Revenge. 1887. In my
Lady’s Praise. Being Poems, old and new, written to the honour of Fanny,
Lady Arnold. 1889. The Light of the World, or the Great Consummation.
1891. Potiphar’s Wife. 1892. The Tenth Muse. 1895.
Wilkinson, W. C. Edwin Arnold as a poetizer and as paganizer. 1884.
Ashe, Thomas. Dryope. 1861. Pictures. 1865. The Sorrows of Hypsipyle.
1867. Edith, or Love and Life in Cheshire. 1873. Songs now and then.
1876. Songs of a Year. 1888. Poems. Complete edn. 1886.
Austin, Alfred. Randolph. 1855. My Satire and its Censors. 1861. The
Season: a satire. 1861. The Human Tragedy. 1862. The Golden Age: a
satire. 1871. Interludes. 1872. Rome or Death! 1873. The Tower of
Babel. A poetical drama. 1874. Savonarola; a tragedy. 1881. Soliloquies
in Song. 1882. At the Gate of the Convent. 1885. Prince Lucifer.
[A drama in verse.] 1887. Love’s Widowhood. 1889. Lyrical Poems.
1889. Narrative Poems. 1891. The Conversion of Winckelmann. 1897.
Songs of England. 1898. New and enlarged edn. 1900. Polyphemus.
1901. A Tale of True Love. 1902. Flodden Field. A tragedy. 1903.
Victoria the Wise. 1903. The Door of Humility. 1907. Sacred and
Profane Love. 1908. The Autobiography of Alfred Austin, Poet Laureate,
1835–1910. With illustrations. 2 vols. 1911.
Aytoun, William Edmondstoune. The Book of Ballads. Edited by Bon Gaultier
[i.e. by Martin, T. and Aytoun, W. E.]. 1845. New edn. illustrated by
Crowquill, Doyle, R., and Leech [1849]. Lays of the Scottish Cavaliers and
other poems. 1849. Ed. Morley, H. 1891. Firmilian: or the Student of
Badajoz. A spasmodic tragedy. By T. Percy Jones [i.e. W. E. A.] 1854.
Bothwell. 1856. Aytoun’s Lays: Edinburgh after Flodden, The Burial-
March of Dundee, and The Island of the Scots. 1903.
Bailey, Philip James. Festus, a poem. 1839. Fiftieth anniversary edn.
1893. The Angel World. 1850. The Mystic. 1855. The Age; a
colloquial satire. 1858. Universal Hymn. 1867.
Ward, J. Philip James Bailey, author of Festus. Personal recollections.
1905.
Bell, Charles Dent (d. 1898). The Four Seasons at the Lakes. [1878.] Hymns
for the Church and the Chamber. 1882 [1881]. Songs in Many Keys.
1884. Poems, old and new. 1893. Diana’s Looking-Glass. 1894.
Bennett, William Cox (1820–1895). The Triumph for Salamis, a lyrical ballad.
[1850.] Poems. 1850. New edn. 1862. Poems. 1857. Songs of a
Song-writer. First Hundred. 1859 [1858]. Baby May, and other poems
on infants. 1859. Also 1875. Our Glory-Roll. [1867.] Songs for Sailors.
1872. W. C. B.’s poems. Pts. 1, 2. 1875. Songs of a Song Writer. 1876.
Sea Songs. 1878.
Bigg, J. Stanyan (1828–1865). The Sea King, a metrical Romance. 1848.
Night and the Soul: a dramatic peom. 1854. Shifting Scenes. 1862.
Gilfillan, G. Stanyan Bigg. Galleries of Literary Portraits. 2 vols.
Edinburgh, 1856.
Blackwood, Helen Selina, lady Dufferin, afterwards countess Gifford. Songs,
Poems, and Verses. 1894.
Blind, Mathilde. The Prophecy of Saint Oran. 1881. The Heather on Fire:
a tale of the Highland clearances. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1886. Songs and
Sonnets. 1893. Birds of Passage. Songs of the Orient and Occident.
1895. The Poetical Works of Mathilde Blind. Ed. Symons, A. With a
memoir by Garnett, R. 1900.
Bradley, Katharine Harris. See Field, Michael (pseud.).
Brooke, Rupert Chawner (1887–1915). Poems. 1911 ff. 1914 and other
poems. 1915. [A collected edn. is in preparation.] Letters from America.
With a Preface by James, Henry. 1916.
Brough, Robert. Lays of the Governing Classes and other lyrics. 1855.
Brown, Oliver Madox. The Dwale Bluth, Hebditch’s Legacy, and other literary
remains. Ed. by Rossetti, W. M. and Hueffer, F. 2 vols. 1876. Ingram,
J. H. Oliver Madox Browne. 1883.
Brown, Thomas Edward. Betsy Lee, a Fo’c’s’le Yarn. 1873. Fo’c’s’le Yarns.
1881. The Doctor. 1887. The Manx Witch. 1889. Old John. 1893.
Collected Poems. [Prepared by Brown, H. F., Dakyns, H. G. and Henley,
W. E.] 1900. Letters. … Ed. Irwin, S. T. 2 vols. 1900.
Simpson, S. G. Thomas Edward Brown, the Manx poet: an appreciation.
1906.
Strachan, L. R. M. The Poet of Manxland. Englische Studien. Band
XXXIV. Leipzig, 1904.
Whibley, C. T. E. Brown, Poet and Letter Writer. (Musings without
method. Nov. 1900.) 1902.
Buchanan, Robert. Undertones. 1863. London Poems. 1866. North Coast.
1867. White Rose and Red. A Love Story. 1873. Poetical Works.
3 vols. 1874. Balder the Beautiful: a song of divine death. 1877. The
City of Dreams. 1888. The Outcast. 1893. The Wandering Jew. 1893.
See, also, post, bibliographies to chaps. VIII and XIII.
Jay, Harriet. Robert Buchanan. 1903.
Symons, A. Robert Buchanan. Studies in Prose and Verse. [1904.]
Butler, Arthur Gray (1831–1909). Charles I. A tragedy. 1874. The choice
of Achilles. 1900. Harold: a drama. 1892. Hodge and the Land. Oxford,
1907.
Call, Wathen Mark Wilks. Lyra Hellenica. [Metrical translations of the
Prometheus of Aeschylus, and some of the Homeric Hymns.] 1842. Reverberations.
[Poems.] 1849. Revised. 1875. Golden Histories. 1871.
Calverley (born Blayds), Charles Stuart. Verses and Translations. 1862.
With an introduction by Seaman, Owen. 1905. Fly Leaves. 1866.
Literary Remains of. 2nd edn. 1885. Complete Works of. 1901.
[A reissue.] 1913.
Carroll, Lewis. See Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge.
Chambers, Robert (1802–1871). The Scottish Songs. 2 vols. Edinburgh,
1829. Poems. Edinburgh, 1835. Popular Rhymes of Scotland. New
edn. 1870.
Clarke, Herbert Edwin. Poems in Exile. 1879. Storm-Drift. 1882. Poems
and Sonnets. 1895. Tannhäuser. 1896.
Clive, Caroline Archer. IX Poems by V. 1842. The Queen’s Ball. 1847.
The Valley of the Rea. 1851. The Morlas. 1853. Poems by the author
of Paul Ferroll. 1856. Also 1872. Poems. … New edn. 1890.
The Athenaeum. 19 July, 1873. The Times. 16 July, 1873.
Close, John (1816–1891). The wondrous story of a poet’s life!! or, leaves from
the Autobiography of J. C. [With the Poet’s dream; an allegory in verse.]
Ed. by Veritas [i.e. Close, J.]. Nos. 1 and 2. Kirkby-Stephen [1858]. Poet
Close and his Pension; shewing how it was got, who took it from him, and
what the Queen sent him from the Royal Bounty, etc. [A Miscellany in
prose and verse.] Kirkby-Stephen [1861].
Coleridge, Mary Elizabeth. Fancy’s following. 1896. Poems. [Ed. Newbolt,
H.] 1908 [1907]. The King with Two Faces (a historical romance). 1897.
Gathered Leaves, with a Memoir by Sichel, Edith. 1910.
Collins, Mortimer. Idyls and Rhymes. Dublin, 1855. The British Birds. 1873.
Mortimer Collins: his Letters, etc. Ed. Collins, F. 2 vols. 1877.
Conington, John (1825–1869). The Agamemnon, with a trans. into English
verse and notes by C. J. 1848. The Odes of Horace. 1863. Various
other translations. Miscellaneous Writings. … Ed. Symonds, J. A.
With a memoir by Smith, H. J. S. 2 vols. 1872.
Cook, Eliza. Melaia. 3rd edn. 1845. Poetical Works of. New York,
1882.
Eliza Cook’s Journal. 1849, etc. Jottings from my Journal. 1860.
Cooper, Edith Emma. See, Field, Michael (pseud.).
Cooper, Thomas (1805–1892). The Purgatory of Suicides. A Prison-Rhyme.
1845. The Paradise of Martyrs: a faith rhyme. Pts. 1–5. 1873. The
Life of T. C.: written by himself. 1872. Poetical Works. 1877.
Crackanthorpe, Hubert (d. 1897). Wreckage. Seven Studies. 1893. Sentimental
Studies, and A Set of Village Ties. 1895. Vignettes. A miniature
journal of whim and sentiment. 1896. Last Studies … With a poem by
Brooke, S. A., and an appreciation by James, H. 1897.
Craig, afterwards Knox, Isa. Burns Festival. 1859. Songs of Consolation.
1874.
Davidson, John. Bruce. A drama. Glasgow, 1886. Smith. A tragedy. Glasgow,
1888. Plays. (An Unhistorical Pastoral; a Romantic Farce; Scaramouch in
Naxos.) Greenock, 1889. New edn. 1890. In a Music-hall. 1891.
Fleet Street Eclogues. 1893. Ballads and Songs. 1894. St. George’s
Day. A Fleet Street eclogue. New York, 1895. A second series of Fleet
Street Eclogues. 1896 [1895]. New Ballads. 1897 [1896]. The Last Ballad.
1899. Selected Poems. 1905. Holiday, with a note on poetry. 1906.
Prose works: A Full and True Account of the Wonderful Mission of Earl
Lavender. 1896 [1895]. The Testament of a Vivisector. 1901. The
Testament of a Man Forbid. 1901. The Testament of an Empire Builder.
1902. The Testament of a Prime Minister. 1904. The Testament of John
Davidson. 1908.
Davidson, Thomas (1838–1879). The Life of a Scottish Probationer; being a
memoir of T. Davidson, with his poems and extracts from his works. Glasgow,
1877. 2nd edn. 1878 [1877].
Derby, earl of. See Stanley, Edward George Geoffrey Smith.
De Tabley, John Byrne Leicester, lord. Philoctetes: a metrical drama. 1866.
Rehearsals. 1870. Searching the Net. 1873. Poems dramatic and lyrical.
2 series. 1893–5. Collected Poems. 1903.
De Vere, Aubrey Thomas. The Waldenses, or the Fall of Rora: a lyrical sketch.
Oxford, 1842. The Search after Proserpine, recollections of Greece. Oxford,
1842. Inisfail. 1877. Poetical Works. 1884.
Ward, Wilfrid. Aubrey de Vere: a memoir. 1904.
Dixon, Richard Watson. Christ’s Company. 1861. Historical Odes. 1864.
Mano, or a poetical history: … concerning the adventures of a Norman
knight. 1883. Odes and Eclogues. Oxford (privately ptd.), 1884. Lyrical
Poems. Oxford (privately ptd.), 1887. Last Poems. Ed. Bridges, R.,
with a preface by Coleridge, Mary E. 1905. Poems. … A selection.
With … a memoir by Bridges, R. 1909.
Dobell, Bertram (1837–1914). Rosemary and Pansies. 1904. A Century of
Sonnets. 1910. The Close of Life: a poem. The Approach of Death:
Sonnets. [Ed., with a note, by Dobell, P. J.] 1915. The Dream of the
Castle of Indolence, and other poems. [Ed. Dobell, P. J.] 1915.
The Late Bertram Dobell. Some appreciations. [1915.]
Dobell, Sydney Thompson. The Roman. A dramatic poem by Sydney Yendys
[i.e. D., S. T.]. 1850. Balder. Part the First. 1854. England in time
of War. 1856. Love. To a little girl. 1863. Poetical Works. 2 vols.
1875. Life and Letters. 2 vols. 1878.
Gilfillan, G. Sydney Yendys. Galleries of Literary Portraits. 2 vols.
Edinburgh, 1856.
Dodgson, Charles Lutwidge (pseud. Lewis Carroll). Alice’s Adventures in
Wonderland. … With … illustrations by J. Tenniel. 1866 [1865].
Alice’s Adventures Under Ground. Being a facsimile of the original MS.
book afterwards developed into Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. … By
L. Carroll. With … illustrations by the author. 1886. Phantasmagoria.
1869. Through the Looking Glass, and what Alice found there. … With
… illustrations by J. Tenniel. 1872 [1871]. The Hunting of the Snark,
an agony, in eight fits. 1876. Rhyme? and Reason? 1883. Sylvie and
Bruno. With … illustrations by H. Furniss. 1889. Sylvie and Bruno
concluded … With illustrations by H. Furniss. 1893. Three Sunsets,
and other poems. 1898.
Collingwood, S. D. The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll. [1912.]
Moses, Belle. Lewis Carroll in Wonderland and at home. 1910.
Dolben, Digby Mackworth. Poems. Ed. Bridges, R. Oxford, 1911, 1914.
See The Times, 5 December, 1912.
Domett, Alfred. Venice. 1839. Ranolf and Amohia: a South-Sea day dream.
1872. Revised edn. 2 vols. 1883. Flotsam and Jetsam: rhymes old and
new. 1877.
Kenyon, Sir F. G. [ed.]. Robert Browning and Alfred Domett. 1906.
Dowson, Ernest. Verses. 1896. The Pierrot of the Minute: a dramatic
phantasy. … With a frontispiece, etc. by Aubrey Beardsley. 1897.
Decorations: in verse and prose. 1899. Poems. With a memoir by
Symons, A., four illustrations by Aubrey Beardsley, etc. 1905.
Plarr, V. G. Ernest Dowson 1888–1897: reminiscences, unpublished letters,
and marginalia. … With a bibliography. 1914.
Symons, A. Ernest Dowson. Studies in Prose and Verse. 1904.
Doyle, Sir Francis Hastings. Miscellaneous verses. 1834. Also 1840. The
Two Destinies. 1844. The Duke’s Funeral. [1852.] The Return of the
Guards. 1866. Robin Hood’s Bay, an ode. 1878. Reminiscences and
Opinions. … 1813–1885. 1886.
Dufferin, lady. See Blackwood, Helen Selina.
Ellis, Robinson. The Poems and Fragments of Catullus translated. 1871.
Ellison, Henry (?—?). Mad moments, or first verse attempts, by a born natural.
Malta, 1833. 1839. Touches on the Harp of Nature. 1839. The Poetry
of Real Life. A new edn. First series. 1844.
Erskine, Francis Robert St. Clair, earl of Rosslyn (1833–1890) (pseud. Henry
Browne). Sundry Sonnets, various verses, and trifling translations, Written
… between 1845 and 1871. Privately ptd. [1871]. Sonnets. Edinburgh,
1883.
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Thackeray. 1880.
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1852. Brother Fabian’s Manuscripts. 1865. songs and Etchings. 1871.
In the Studio. 1875. The High History of the Holy Graal. Trans. 1898,
1903, 1910.
Faber, Frederick William. The Cherwell Water-Lily. 1840. The Styrian
Lake. 1842. Sir Lancelot. 1844. Hymns for the use of Schools and
Congregation of St. Wilfrid’s Staffordshire. 1849. Jesus and Mary; or,
Catholic Hymns. 1849 ff. Poems. 3rd edn. 1857. Bowden, J. E. The Life and Letters of F. W. F. 1869.
Fane, Violet (pseud.). See Lamb, Mary Montgomerie.
Field, Michael [joint pseud. of Katharine Harris Bradley and Edith Emma Cooper]. Callirrhoë. Fair Rosamond. [Dramas in prose and verse.] [1884.] Long Ago. [Poems founded on the fragments of Sappho.] 1889. Sight and Song. 1892. Underneath the Bough. A book of verses. 1893. Wild Honey from various thyme. 1908. Poems of Adoration. [1912.] Mystic Trees. [1913.]
Flecker, James Elroy (d. 1915). The Bridge of Fire: poems. 1907. Thirty-six Poems. 1910. Forty-two Poems. 1911. The Golden Journey to Samarkand [and other poems]. 1913. Old Ships. [1915.]
See, also, Georgian Poetry, 1913–1915. Ed. E. M. 1915.
Frere, John Hookham. Aristophanes. A metrical version of the Acharnians, the Knights, and the Birds, etc. 1840, 1907, 1908. The Works of J. H. Frere in verse and prose. (Vol. I, Memoir by Frere, Sir B. Vol. II, Original Works and minor translations. Vol. III, Translations from Aristophanes and Theognis. Ed. Frere, W. E.) 2nd edn. with additions. 1874.
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Gray, David. The Luggie and other poems.… With a memoir by Hedderwick, J., and a prefatory notice by Milnes, R. M. Cambridge, 1862. Poetical Works. Glasgow, 1874.
Greenwell, Dorothy (Dora). Stories that might be true. 1850. Camera Obscura. 1876. Poems. 1848.
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Symons, A. Thomas Gordon Hake. Studies in two literatures. 1897.
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Harwood, Isabella (pseud. Ross Neil). Lady Jane Grey. Inez: or, the Bride of Portugal. 1871. The King and the Angel. [1874.]
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Cornford, L. C. William Ernest Henley. 1913.
Houghton, lord. See Milnes, Richard Monckton.
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Johnson, afterwards Cory, William. Ionica. [Poems by W. J.] 1858. Ed. Benson, A. C. 1905.
Extracts from the Letters and Journals of William Cory. Ed. Cornish, F. W. Oxford [subscribers only], 1897.
Paul, H. The Author of Ionica. Stray Leaves. 1906.
Jones, Ebenezer. Studies of Sensation and Event. 1843. Ed. Shepherd, R. H., with memorial notices of the author by Jones, S. and Linton, W. J. 1879.
Rees, T. M. Ebenezer Jones, the neglected poet. 1820–1860. [With selections.] [?London, 1909.]
Jones, Ernest Charles. The Battle-Day. 1855. Songs of Democracy. [1856–7.] [The Song of the Lower Classes, A Song of Cromwell’s Time and others were published separately under the heading Songs of Democracy on single sheets.] Corayua; a tale of faith and chivalry. 1860.
Keble, John. The Christian Year: thoughts in verse for the Sundays and Holy days throughtout the year. 1827 ff. De Poeticae Vi Medicâ Praelectiones Oxonii habitae annis 1832–1841. 2 vols. Oxonii, 1844. Trans. Francis, E. K. 2 vols. Oxford, 1912. Lyra Innocentium. Thoughts in verse on Christian children. 1846. Miscellaneous Poems. [With preface by G. M., i.e. Moberly, G.] 1869.
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Lamb, afterwards Singleton, Mary Montgomerie, afterwards lady Currie (pseud. Violet Fane). From Dawn to Noon. 1872. Denzil Place, a story in verse. 1875. Collected Verses. 1880. Autumn Songs. 1889. Betwixt Two Seas. Poems and ballads written at Constantinople and Therapia. 1900 [1899].
Lang, Andrew. Ballads and Lyrics of Old France. 1872. XXII Ballades in Blue China. 1880. XXXII Ballades in Blue China. 1881. Helen of Troy, her life and translation. Done into rhyme from the Greek books.…
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Lear, Edward. A Book of Nonsense. 10th edn. With many new pictures and verses. [1863.] With all the original pictures and verses. [1910.] Nonsense Drolleries. The Owl and the Pussy-Cat. The Duck and the Kangaroo. 1889. The Jumblies and other nonsense verses. [1900.]
Letters of Edward Lear.… Ed. lady Strachey. 1907.
Later Letters. Ed. lady Strachey. 1911.
Lee-Hamilton, Eugene (1845–1907). Poems and Transcripts. 1878. Gods, Saints & Men. 1880. The New Medusa. 1882. Apollo and Marsyas. 1884. Imaginary Sonnets. 1888. The Fountain of Youth. A fantastic tragedy. 1891. Songs of the Wingless Hours. 1894. Dramatic Sonnets, Poems, and Ballads: selections, ed. Sharp, W. [1903.] The Romance of the Fountain. 1905.
Lefroy, Edward Cracroft. Echoes from Theocritus, and other sonnets. 1885.
Gill, W. A. Edward Cracroft Lefroy: his life and poems.… With a critical estimate of the Sonnets … by Symonds, J. A. 1897.
Leigh, Henry Sambrooke. Carols of Cockayne.… With … illustrations by A. Concanen and … Leech. 1869 [1868]. Gillott and Goosequill. 1871. A Town Garland. A collection of lyrics. 1878. Strains from the Strand. Trifles in verse. 1882.
Leigh, Percival. Jack the Giant Killer. [In verse.] With illustrations by Leech. [1843.]
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