LEINSTEIN, Madame. Punctuation in Verse; or, the Good Child's Book of Stops, London: Dean and Munday, [c.1825]. 8° (165 x 98mm). 12 hand-coloured engraved illustrations. (Small piece torn from margin of frontispiece illustration, a few light spots.) Osborne II, 719. [Bound with:] Foreign Sports: London: W. Belch, [c.1825]. 8° (159 x 89mm). 8 hand-coloured engraved illustrations. (?Lacking title, occasional light spotting.) [Bound with:] A Peep at London: London: E. Wallis, [c.1825]. 8° (159 x 92mm). 8 hand-coloured engraved plates. (?Lacking title, occasional light spotting and browning.) [Bound with:] The Picture Alphabet, or, Easy Road to Learning, for Good Boys and Girls, London: D. Carvalho, [c.1825]. 8° (178 x 100mm). Engraved title and 6 engraved hand-coloured plates, one plain. (Final plate with corner torn away not affecting text, occasional light spotting and offsetting). Together 4 works in one volume, modern wrappers.
With another 3 works bound in one; the first work lacking title but with 12 hand-coloured engraved illustrated leaves, with the opening line The elderly Gentleman's here/With his Cane & his Wig & his Hat; the second work lacking title but apparently The Ship that Tom Built, 8 hand-coloured engraved illustrations; the third work entitled The Juvenile Numerator; or the Infant's First Step to Arithmetic, 10 hand-coloured engraved illustrations (last leaf torn with loss, a few old repairs, occasional light spotting), all first quarter 19th-century, in wrappers. (2)