MALONE

[Edmond Malone, Irish Shakespearean scholar.] Autograph Note in the third person to the Pall Mall bookseller Henry Payne, returning one book and rejecting another.

Author: 
Edmond Malone (1741-1812), Irish Shakespearean scholar and editor of the works of William Shakespeare [Henry Payne, London bookseller]
Publication details: 
'Friday Morn -'. [London; before 1782.]
£450.00

On one side of a 10 x 22.5 cm slip of paper. In fair condition, lightly aged, with creasing to one edge. Addressed by Malone on reverse to 'Mr Henry Payne | Pall Mall', and endorsed in another hand 'Edmd Malone Esq'. Indicating that he is a troublesome customer, he writes: 'Mr Malone finds this book (Brome) which was paid for last night was not what he wanted – He returns it – and will take some other article instead of it - | He had quite forgot the Chaucer [added here: 'No. 544'] that was laid by – He does not mean to have it –| Friday Morn –'.

[Printed handbill reproducing two letters to the editor of the 'Belfast News-Letter'.] Primary Education.

Author: 
Arabella Fennell [of Deramore Drive, Malone, Belfast]
Publication details: 
Reprinted from "Belfast News-Letter," February 27 and 28, 1906.
£60.00

4pp., 12mo. In very good condition, on lightly-aged paper. Scarce.

[Printed pamphlet on Irish matters.] Letters on Primary Education.

Author: 
Arabella Fennell [of Deramore Drive, Malone, Belfast; teaching in Ireland; Irish primary education and schools]
Publication details: 
Belfast: William W. Cleland, Limited, Falcon Electric Press. 1905.
£100.00

34pp., 12mo. In light-green printed wraps. In fair condition, on aged paper, in aged and worn wraps with slight damage to front cover, and rusted staples. Shelfmarks, stamp and labels of the Board of Education Reference Library, London. Scarce.

Autograph Letter Signed ('J. Boaden') from the playwright and biographer James Boaden to William Hayley, regarding an edition of Randolph's works 'honour'd by the handwriting of Pope'.

Author: 
James Boaden (1762-1839), biographer and playwright [William Hayley (1745-1820), poet and biographer, friend of William Cowper and patron of William Blake; Alexander Pope; Thomas Randolph]
Publication details: 
Warren Street, London; 30 April 1804.
£180.00

1 p, 4to. Bifolium. Sixteen lines, neatly written. Text clear and complete. Good, on lightly-aged paper. Addressed on reverse of second leaf to 'W. Hayley Esqre.' He begins by thanking him for 'the kind memorial' (a volume of music?); the gift expresses Hayley's 'sense of common civility' and acquaints Boaden 'with a composer of great merit'. 'I tried the effect of his divine art yesterday, Sunday, and could not but wish to hear it from the organ at Chichester'. The rest of the letter concerns 'the subject of Randolph, and the copy of his works honour'd by the hand-writing of Pope'.

Offprint titled 'William Butler Yeats. Aetat. 70', containing pieces by Hackett, O Faolain, Higgins, Johnston, de Blacam and Malone, in celebration of the poet's seventieth birthday, also a photograph of Yeats and facsimile of one of his manuscripts.

Author: 
Francis Hackett, Sean O Faolain, F. R. Higgins, Denis Johnston, Aodh de Blacam, Andrew E. Malone, contributors
Publication details: 
Reprinted from the Irish Times of June 13th, 1935.' [Printed and Published by The Irish TImes Limited, 31 Westmoreland street, Dublin.']
£56.00

8vo, 16 pp. In original buff wraps. Text clear and complete. On aged and slightly-creased paper, with rust to the staples resulting in the detaching of the central bifolium. Wraps discoloured. Photograph of Yeats seated in his library on front wrap, and reproduction of Augustus John's portrait of the poet on p.2. On the first page is the facsimile, captioned ' "A Song," from W. B.

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