[London]: Stourton Press, 1981. First edition. Limited edition of 400 copies, this being one of 40 "for presenttion" bound in leather with decorative paper covered boards and signed by the editors; Unpaginated, includes 41 selections with an Introduction by Keynes and an essay, "Nightingales in Literature" by Davidson. Item #29629
Keynes writes, "The formation of this anthology of poems on the song of the nightingale originated in my sudden realisation that two copper plates etched by Blake's friend George Cumberland, in 1784, carried a poem addressed 'To the Nightingale', wich could, with confidence, be attributed to Blake himslef."