London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1915. Original grey printed wrappers, with original S&J mailing envelope.
First Separate Edition, published five months after 1914 AND OTHER POEMS (which included these sonnets). Included is "The Soldier," beginning with Brooke's famous lines
If I should die, think only this of me:
That there's some corner of a foreign field
That is for ever England.
By the time this was published, Brooke had in fact died in a corner of a foreign field -- actually at sea in the Aegean.
This is a near-fine copy (a couple of faint creases). Keynes 28. Included is the original light brown mailing envelope imprinted with this booklet's title and price, plus S&J's London address; the envelope is in very good condition only (flap detached but present, partly split along some edges) -- but is very seldom present at all. Item #14540