Theodosia de Kantzow. Poems: Original and Translated. London: Privately Printed at The Chiswick Press, 1896. First Edition. 
Green cloth, titles in gilt to front, binding a bit soiled and edge-worn, 5 1/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Inscribed by the author on the tp, "Lady North with the Author's love, Decbr 7th 1896." Small black wax seal on tp with emblem. Hinge behind title page sprung. 24 pp., shaken. US Postage 2 cent stamp "General Van Steuben" on rear pastedown. 1930 pencil signature of the bookman John S. Mayfield on rear pastedown. Pencil notations by Mayfield on several pages. Fair. Hardcover.
The Poems are
To My Mother's Picture
Lines on Leaving England
After Hearing Mass at St. Peter's on Easter Day
Lines Written from the Window of thelLittle Inn, "La Sibilla," at Tivoli, 1863
A Sunset on Lugano (1863)
Acro Corinth (1863)
On the Death of Signor Foce, First Violinist of the Algiers Theatre, and our Master and Friend
Lines on Leaving Naples (March, 1864)
On the Death of Miss Adelaide Proctor
To a Stumbler on the Threshold
Evening Thoughts. A Hymn.
The Division of the Earth (Schiller)
The Oak (Fülleborn)