First published in 1842, this transcription is of the second edition of 1843. "The first volume contains, with a few additions of early date, including the Third Part of 'The May Queen,' a small selection (afterwards considerably amended) from the Poems of 1830 and 1832, many of the latter being considerably altered or re-written, and 'The Sleeping Beauty' (from the volume of 1830), being relegated to the second volume to form a section of the longer poem of 'The Day-Dream.' The second volume (with the exception just named, and that of 'St. Agnes') consisted of poems previously unpublished." from The Bibliography of Tennyson (1896), by Richard Herne Shepherd.