The Poems of Thomas Randolph. Edited by G. Thorn-Drury. Sometime Sholar and now Honorary Fellow of Worcester College, Oxford. 8vo, xxviii, 220 pages, frontispiee, 24cm, London: Frederick Ethells & Hugh Macdonald, 1929.
Set in Imprint and printed by Richard Clay & Sons. Frontispiece after the engraved title-page to the second edition of Randolph's Poems 1640. Number 32 of 40 (400) opies printed on T.H. Saunders all rag paper, signed by the editor and specially bound. Full red morocco (a little faded and with a few darker spots), spine titled in gilt. A very good copy. (Tucker 24)
Loosely inserted four short but interesting A.L.s, 8vo, April 1924 to November 1928, 'My dear Macdonald' from G. Thorn-Drury. He finishes 'Perhaps it will be as well to leve the thing as it is, as my conclusion must be that Randolph has been on the whole overrated'.