London: Printed by and for John Hunt, 1822. 8vo, pp. 164. BOUND WITH: ELGIN, (Thomas Bruce, 7th Earl of Elgin and 11th Earl of Kincardine by Anton Graff (around 1788). The Earl of ... LETTER TO THE EDITOR OF THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, on the subject of an Article in no. L of the Journal, on "The Remains of John Tweddell. Second edition. London: John Murray, 1816. pp. 63. Includes a letter: Mr. Thornton to the Rev. Robert Tweddell. BOUND WITH: DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS FROM THE CARTOONS & ELGIN MARBLES NY MR. HAYDON'S PUPILS NOW EXHIBITING AT THE GREAT ROOM, NO. 29 ST. JAMES'S STREET. London: C. H. Reynell, 1819. pp. 18. BOUND WITH: THE ANTIJACOBIN REVIEW: True Churchman's Magazine and Protestant Advocate for November, 1818. pp. 193-288, 161-176 BOUND WITH: THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE: January 1818, pp. 96. (With an article by Benjamin Franklin on religion - BOUND WITH: THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE: October, 1815. pp. 289-384. BOUND WITH: BLACKWOOD'S EDIMBURGH MAGAZINE: No. xxix, Vol. V, August, 1819 pp. 507-626; BOUND WITH: ACTORS AND EDITORS, a poem by an under graduate. London: Smith, 1817. pp. 44. (not in Halkett & Laing). OCLC locates 4 copies of this: Huntington, Yale, Harvard and Oxford. 8 items boound in contemporary, rubbed, leather backked boards, a good copy. Item #59144
The Liberal contains the poem: The Vision of Judgment" by Quevedo Redivivis: which is Byron's famous burlesque of Robert Southey's Vision of Judgement (1821) George III is arraigned before St. Peter, with Satan playing the part of the accuser. After John Wilkes and Junius are called as witnesses for the prosecution, Asmodeus appears bearing Robert Southey, whom Byron ridicules in a verse character as effective as any composed by Byron's master in satire, Alexander Pope.Byron sent the poem to John Murray in October 1821; after Murray hesitated to publish it was sent to Leigh Hunt's brother John, who printed the poem (without the prose preface) in the first number of the Liberal, which appeared 15 October 1822.