London: C. Baldwyn, 1823. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 volumes. vi, 7-48; vi, 58 pp. With 20 full-page etchings and 20 woodcut vignettes by Cruikshank. Royal 8vo., 225 x 145 mm, bound by Riviere & Sons in full tan calf, spine gilt, red morocco spine label, gilt fillets, elaborately gilt doublures, a.e.g. Front board of volume one is loose. London: C. Baldwyn, Newgate Street, 1823 and 1824. First Editions, later issue of part one, first issue of part two with the first part on white paper rather than on yellowish tinted paper, and with the second part having the last line on p. 5 ending with the words "and did." A nice set of George Cruikshank's Points of Humour beautifully bound by Riviere & Sons. With bookplate of John Francis Neylan on front paste-down. Cohn, 176. (Inventory #: D14587)
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