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London: Bogue. Small 8vo. Illustrated with 12 black & white plates by George Cruikshank and a circular vignette on the title page. Edited by Horace and Augustus Mayhew. Small 8vo, 385 pages, 3/4 polished brown calf (rubbed), black leather spine label, marbled boards. Small library stamp at bottom of title page. London: David Bogue, n.d., ca. 1847. First Edition. Very good (+).
London: The Proprietors, 1843. Woodcut illustrations. 4 volumes (all published.) 4to, original embossed green cloth with a decorative design in gilt. London: Published for the Proprietors, 1843-45 Many pieces by writers of the day and numerous full page & text illustrations including some by Phiz. An imaginative essay "The Last Stage Coachman" by Wilkie Collins, deploring changes wrought by the railway, was thought to be his first published work. The first three volumes have color title pages. Volume I has...