Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. New York: D. Appleton, 1866. 8o. With 42 illustrations by John Tenniel. (Small hole in B1 affecting a few letters on verso, dampstaining to last few leaves). Original red cloth, g.e. (worn, text block becoming loose); cloth slipcase. FIRST EDITION, second (i.e. American) issue, comprising sheets of the suppressed 1865 printing of Alice with new title-page; the variant (no priority) with the "B" in "By" above the "T" in "Tenniel" on title-page but without hyphen in "Rabbit Hole" on contents page. "This second issue comprises those copies of the first edition still unbound when Lewis Carroll decided in July 1865 to cancel the edition. In 1866 the copies on hand were sold to Appleton, and [1000] new title-pages were printed in Oxford, replacing the originals." Robert N. Taylor, compiler, Lewis Carroll at Texas: The Warren Weaver Collection... no. 2; PMM 354 (the first issue). " /> DODGSON, Charles Lutwidge ("Lewis Carroll"). <I>Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.</I> New York: D. Appleton, 1866. 8<V>o. With 42 illustrations by John Tenniel. (Small hole in B1 affecting a few letters on verso, dampstaining to last few leaves). Original red cloth, g.e. (worn, text block becoming loose); cloth slipcase. FIRST EDITION, second (i.e. American) issue, comprising sheets of the suppressed 1865 printing of <I>Alice</I> with new title-page; the variant (no priority) with the "B" in "By" above the "T" in "Tenniel" on title-page but without hyphen in "Rabbit Hole" on contents page. "This second issue comprises those copies of the first edition still unbound when Lewis Carroll decided in July 1865 to cancel the edition. In 1866 the copies on hand were sold to Appleton, and [1000] new title-pages were printed in Oxford, replacing the originals." Robert N. Taylor, compiler, <I>Lewis Carroll at Texas: The Warren Weaver Collection...</I> no. 2; PMM 354 (the first issue). | Christie's