THE FOUNDLING PRESS
Birchetts Mead, Langton Road, Langton Green, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, England

The Foundling Press exists principally to publish fine editions of literary orphans — writings, often by major authors, that have been overlooked or neglected. These include newly discovered or unpublished manuscripts and pieces that have appeared only in small magazines or inaccessible volumes. The books are individually designed and printed at some of the finest private presses, in limited and numbered editions, to please both the scholar and the collector.

A.E.H — A.W.P  A Classical Friendship
Eeldrop and Appleplex by T.S.Eliot
Empson in Granta
Pardon My Delay: Letters from Henry James to Bruce Richmond
Alexander Pope: A Letter to Lord Bathurst
But Flashes of Wit by Sir Thomas Urquhart
Poems of Clement Paman
The Key Keeper by Ben Jonson
Peter Brookes: Nature Notes

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