London: Edward Moxon, 1849. Full Dark green Paste Grain Morocco. POEMS BY SAMUEL ROGERS
Published by Edward Moxon, London, 1849
Mont Blanc At Day Break
Samuel Rogers' poetry. Full blue paste grain Morocco binding. 318pp, Engraved frontispiece of Rogers and numerous woodcut vignettes. Containing numerous poems by Rogers, including his well-known 'The Pleasures of Memory'. Other poems include 'An Epistle to a Friend', 'A Wish', 'From a Greek Epigram', 'The Sailor' and 'To the Gnat'. Rogers was greatly celebrated for his poetry during his lifetime, but his success has been eclipsed by other noted Romantic colleagues and friends such as Wordsworth, Coleridge and Byron. Very good condition, with tipped in signature of Samuel Rogers.
Mont Blanc at Day Break
Mont Blanc (French: Mont Blanc [m bl ]; Italian: Monte Bianco [ monte bja ko], both meaning "white mountain") is the highest mountain in the Alps and Western Europe, rising 4,807.81 m (15,774 ft) above sea level, located on the French-Italian border. It is the second-most prominent mountain in Europe, after Mount Elbrus, and it is the eleventh most prominent mountain summit in the world. Very Good. Item #529
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