London: Kegan Paul Trench (1908).
The first of a dozen books of verse by the Uranian poet written while he was acting as curate at a Protestant church in Paris. He was at the vanguard of the "aristocracy of comradeship" philosophy which held sway amongst many of his fellow Uranian poets. Very good in blue boards, bookplate, small penned signature, spine a little dulled. The title page bears a "presentation copy" stamp. Murray's List 13.