Lot 433 of 459:
Richard Chevenix Trench, two finely bound 1st editions  

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Genoveva. A Poem. [bound with] Elegiac Poems
Trench, Richard Chevenix
Edward Moxon

2 volumes bound in 1. [2], 60; iv, 71, [1] pp. (12mo) 16.5x10 cm (6½x4"), finely bound in  19th century straight-grain dark green morocco, dark red leather spine label lettered in gilt. First Editions.

Errata slip in Genoveva. First editions of both titles, handsomely bound in a single volume. Richard Chenevix Trench was an Anglican archbishop and prolific poet. In 1856 he became Dean of Westminster Abbey.

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Scattered foxing throughout; near fine.
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