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    Robert Browning. Paracelsus. London: Published by Effingham Wilson, 1835. First edition of Browning's second separately-published work. xii, 216 pages [and:] Sordello. London: Edward Moxon, 1840. First edition. [iv], 253, [254, printer's imprint], [255-256, publisher's advertisement leaf] pages. Two octavo volumes bound in one. Three-quarter brown morocco over brown cloth boards with gilt titles and decorative stamping on the spine with five raised bands. Noticeable abrading at the spine ends and corners and along the joints. Bookplate of the Oxford and Cambridge University Club Library on the front pastedown, with this organization's circular library stamp to several leaves. Short closed tear to the top edge of the half-title page of Sordello. Very good. Broughton A4; A14.

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