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Annotated Reference Guide to Collectible Books

Milton, John

Milton, John. Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio. Typis Du Gardianis: London (1651). Two volumes; Full title-Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio Contra Claudii Anonymi, alias Salmasii, Defensio Regiam; Author's other name-Joannis Miltoni

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. London S. Simmons (1678).

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Miles Flesher for Richard Bentley and Jacob Tonson: London (1688). First Illustrated edition

Milton, John. The Arts of Empire and Mysteries of State Discabineted. G. Croom for Joseph Watts: London (1692). Other author Sir Walter Raleigh

Milton, John. Works Of Mr. John Milton. London (1697).

Milton, John. A Complete Collection of the Historical, Political and Miscellaneous Works of John Milton. John Toland: Amsterdam (1698). Three Volumes; Amsterdam Edition

Milton, John. The poetical works of Mr. John Milton. Jacob Tonson: London (1720). Two volumes

Milton, John. Paradise Regain'd: A Poem. Jacob Tonson: London (1730). Full title-Paradise Regain'd: A Poem in Four Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes; and Poems upon Several Occasions. With a Tractate of Education.

Milton, John. Il Paradiso Perduto. Alberto Tumermani: Verona (1730). Translated to Italian by Paolo Antonio Rolli; With an essay on Epic Poetry by Voltaire

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Jacob Tonson: London (1732). New edition by Richard Bentley

Milton, John. Paradise Regain'd: A Poem. Jacob Tonson: London (1742). Full title-Paradise regain'd: A poem in four books. To which is added Sampson Agonistes; and poems upon several occasions. With a tractate of education

Milton, John. Paradisus Amissus. Oxonii and Theatro Sheldoniano (1750). Two volumes; Translated to Latin by Guilielmo Dobson

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson: Birmingham (1758). 2 volumes; Full title-Paradise Lost. A Poem in Twelve Books. Paradise Regain'd. A Poem in Four Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes: and Poems upon Several Occasions.

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson: Birmingham (1759). 2 volumes; Second Baskerville edition; Full title-Paradise Lost, Paradise Regain'd, Samson and Poems

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. John Baskerville for J. and R. Tonson: Birmingham (1760). Two volumes; Full title-Paradise Lost. A Poem in Twelve Books. Paradise Regain'd. A Poem in Four Books. To which is added Samson Agonistes: and Poems upon Several Occasions.

Milton, John. Das Verlohrne Paradies. David Iversen: Altona (1762). Two volumes; Translated to German by Wilhelm Friedrich Zacharia

Milton, John. Das Verlohrne Paradies. Orell, Gessner, u. Comp: Zurich (1769). Translated to German by Johann Jakob Bodmers

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Robert and Andrew Foulis: Glasgow (1770).

Milton, John. Paradise Lost: A Poem in Twelve Books. Printed for J. Beecroft, W. Strahan [et al]: London (1770). 2 volumes; Seventh Edition; Notes by Thomas Newton; other authors-Samuel Barrow and Andrew Marvel

Milton, John. Paradise Regain'd. W. Strahan, et al.: London (1785). Two volumes; Notes by Thomas Newton; Full Title-Paradise Regain'd, Samson, Poems: New Edition

Milton, John. Poems Upon Several Occasions. James Dodsley: London (1785). Notes, Critical and Explanatory, And Other Illustrations by Thomas Warton; Full title-Poems Upon Several Occasions: English, Italian, and Latin with Translations

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. H. Richter: London (1794). Two volumes

Milton, John. Paradise Regained. T. Cadell: London (1795). Full title-Paradise Regained, A Poem, In Four Books: New Edition; Notes by Charles Dunster; folding engraved map

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. J. Parsons: London (1796). Two volumes; Other author Samuel Johnson

Milton, John. The Poetical Works of John Milton. John and Josiah Boydell, and George Nicol: London (1797). Three volumes; Other author William Hayley; Full title- The Poetical Works of John Milton with A Life of the Aughtr by William Hayley

Milton, John. Milton's Paradise Lost with the Life of the Author. C. Whittingham for T. Heptinstall: London (1799). Other author Samuel Johnson; illustrated by 12 engraved hand-colored plates

Milton, John. The Poetical Works of John Milton. J. Johnson: London (1801). 6 volumes; Other author Rev. Henry John Todd

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Bensley: London (1802). 2 volumes; Full title- Paradise Lost: With A Life of the Author, And A Critique on the Poem; Critique by Samuel Johnson

Milton, John. Paradis perdu. Giguet and Michaud: Paris (1805). 3 volumes; Translated to French by Jacques Delille

Milton, John. The Prose Works of John Milton. Bensley: London (1806). 7 volumes; Edited by Charles Symmons

Milton, John. Latin And Italian Poems Of Milton. Chichester, J. Seagrave for J. Johnson, and R.H. Evans, London (1808). Edited by William Cowper; Full title-Latin And Italian Poems Of Milton Translated Into English Verse, And A Fragment Of A Commentary On Paridise Lost

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Rivington et al.: London (1817).

Milton, John. The History of Britain. R. Wilkes: London (1818). Edited by Francis Maseres

Milton, John. A View of South America and Mexico. H. Huntington, Jr.: New York (1825). 2 volumes; Full title-A View of South America and Mexico Comprising Their History, Political Condition, Geography, Agriculture, Commerce

Milton, John. Protestant Union. F. And C. Rivington and J. Hatchard And Son: London (1826). Preface by Thomas Burgess; Full title-Protestant Union: A Treatise of True Religion, Heresy, Schism, Toleration, and what best means may be used against the Growth of Popery

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Septimus Prowett: London (1827). 2 volumes; 50 copies; Illustrated by John Martin

Milton, John. The Poetial Works Of John Milton. John Macrone, London (1835). 6 volumes; Edited by Sir Egerton Brydges; Illustrated by J.M.W. Turner

Milton, John. The Works of John Milton in Verse and Prose. William Pickering, London (1851). 8 volumes

Milton, John. The Works of John Milton in Verse and Prose. Bickers and Bush, London (1863). 8 volumes; Edited by Rev. John Mitford

Milton, John. Paradise Lost. Cassel: London (1880).

Milton, John. El Paraiso Perdido. Montaner Simon, Barcelona (1886). Translated to Spanish by Cayetano Rosell; Illustrated by Gustavo Dore

Milton, John. The Poetical Works of John Milton. Bickers, London (1886). Preface by A. Chalmers

Milton, John. Das verlorene Paradies. Neufeld and Henius: Berlin (1899). Translated to German by Adolf Bottger; Illustrated by Gustav Dore

Milton, John. Facsimile of the Manuscript of Milton's Minor Poems. University Press, Cambridge (1899). Preface by William Aldis Wright; Preserved in the Library of Trinity College, Cambridge

Milton, John. Comus: A Maske. Elston Press, New Rochelle (1902). 160 copies; Limited Edition

Milton, John. L'Allegro and Il Penseroso. Elston Press, New Rochelle (1903). 160 copies; Illustrations by H.M. O'Kane

Milton, John. Poetical Works of John Milton. R. H. Hinkley Company: Boston (1908). Of this hand-made paper edition of the Poetical Works of John Milton Five Hundred and Fifty-Five copies were printed by D. B. Updike at the Merrymount Press Boston; Other authors D.B. Updike, W.A. Dwiggins, and John Mitford; 4 volumes

Milton, John. Comus. Heinemann: London (1921). 550 copies; Limited Edition signed by Illustrator; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham; Vellum-backed cream colored boards

Milton, John. Comus. Librairie Hachette: Paris (1921). 300 copies; vellum-backed gilt-decorated boards; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

Milton, John. Comus. Doubleday, Page and Co.: New York (1921). 550 copies; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham; Limited edition signed by illustrator

Milton, John. Poems in English. Nonesuch Press: London (1926). 1450 copies; 2 volumes; Illustrations by William Blake; Quarter vellum and Van Gelder rag paper

Milton, John. Comus. Gregynog Press: UK (1931). 250 copies; Limited Edition

Milton, John. The Works of John Milton. University Press, Cambridge (1931). 150 copies; 11 volumes; Edited by Frank Allen Patterson, et al; Limited Edition

Milton, John. The Masque of Comus. Limited Editions Club, Cambridge (1954). 1500 copies; bound by hand in authentic vellum and hand-marbled French paper; Introduction by Mark Van Doren; Illustrated by Edmund Dulac; Includes The Airs by Henry Lawes