London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1876. First Edition. Cloth. 12mo, brown cloth with gilt lettering on spine & black rules stamped on cover, 241 pages +  adverts (one ad being for the "Poems of Elizabeth Barrett Browning"). Near Fine. Item #511
A Very Good to Near Fine copy of this late Browning poetry collection.
In addition to the longer Italianate "Pacchiarotto," RB's collection contains several poems seemingly inspired by the poet's sweet-sad-and even -morbid remembrances of EBB: "Pisgah Sights," "Natural Magic" [about a seance?), "Bifurcation" (rather morbid), "Nympholeptos," "Hervé Riel," ... and "Epilogue"--a meditation on wine and life drawing on Pindar and Aeschylus but sounding very like Omar Khayyam.
No bookplates, one small faint ink signature on ffe, a few pages near the end of the book with smoothed corners. Printed by Spottiswoode and Co., London. Barnes.