The Mausoleum: with Consequent dreams and reflections concerning Death, the Grave, our Intermediate State, etc., etc., etc.
London: Marchant, Singer & Co, 1864. First edition. English and French Miscellany, comprising dramatic scenes, translations, essays, and minor poems, with L'Apostat, conte moral. Errata slip. Contemporary inscription on front pastedown end paper. Original green blind-stamped cloth with gilt decorative design on upper cover. Spine and upper board lettered in gilt. The binding is a little slack, the covers are rubbed and there are slight tears to the head and foot of the spine. The front end papers have a little staining, and the pages are a touch darkened to the edges. Overall a quite acceptable copy. viii, 161 pp.
In the Old Testament, Amraphel (Hebrew: אַמְרָפֶ֣ל 'Amrāp̄el) was a king of Shinar (Sumer), but it is unclear why you would select this as a pseudonym - presumably L'Apostat is a French poet who has lost their faith!