The Psalter, or seven ordinary hours of prayer according to the use of the illustrious and excellent church of Sarum. London: Joseph Masters, 1852.
With Morris book label and signature: “W. Morris, Exeter Coll: Oxon.”
Provenance: Morris [purchased for 10s. 6d.]. — University of Maryland Libraries (Rare Stacks BX 5142.A2 1852).
References: MS catalogue (1), fol. 14v. — MS catalogue (2), no. 498.
Digital version: HathiTrust.
[Richardson, Samuel.] Clarissa. 4th ed. 7 vols. London: printed for S. Richardson and sold by John Osborn, Andrew Millar, J. and J. Rivington, and J. Lake (Bath), 1751.
Provenance: Morris (purchased for £1 4s.). — Richard Bennett. — Sotheby 1898, lot 824 (sold to Henry Wellcome for £4 4s.). — Marshall Sisson. — University of Maryland Libraries (Rare Stacks PR 3664.C4 1751).
References: ESTC (T58988). — MS catalogue (1), fol. 14.
Digital version: ECCO.
Steele, Robert, ed. Huon of Bordeaux, done into English by Sir John Bourchier, Lord Berners, and now retold by Robert Steele. London: George Allen, 1895.
Presentation copy: “William Morris from Robert Steele.” Illustrated by Fred Mason.
Provenance: Morris. — Richard Bennett. — Sotheby 1898, lot 491 (sold to Tregaskis for 17s.). — Edwin N. Lapham. — Lapham’s sale, Anderson Auction Co., 1–3 December 1908, lot 962 (sold for $11). — University of Maryland Libraries (Rare Stacks PQ1485.H8 E53 1895).
Digital versions: Google. — HathiTrust.