New York: Printed and sold by Mahlon Day, At the New Juvenile Book-store, No. 376 Pearl Street, 1833. 8pp. Miniature (3 x 2"; 8 x 5 cm). Self-wrappers (if issued with a separate wrapper, it is no longer present). Woodcut title vignette and internal illustrations. Upper portion affected by an old, transparent tide-mark, but a good copy. One of a number of recorded printings by Day and others -- Day was located at the above address from 1825 to 1833. Four lines of verse appear beneath the title-vignette: "In New York, that famous city, / Many books like this are sold, / And for each 'twould be a pity, / One cent only to withhold." OCLC reports two copies distinguished by that verse -- Yale and AAS -- though it's likely the distinction was overlooked for some of the other records. OCLC: 191277503. (Inventory #: WRCLIT79351)
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