London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
The History of Valentine and Orson. [No place:] "Printed for the Company of Walking Stationers," [c.1790]. 8° (160 x 105mm). Woodcut illustration and decorations, unopened.
The Sunday Water Party: With some Account of the Club at the Oak; Of the Trip to Richmond; and the Melancholy Diaster, Which befel them on their Return Home. Nottingham: C. Sutton, for the Flying Stationers, [c.1790]. 8° (180 x 125mm). Woodcut illustration, unopened.
With c.20 other chapbooks, pamphlets and plays including The Prophetic Almanack, 1831 printed by J. Catnach and An Account of the Conversion and Death of Poor Joseph attributed to Alexander Pope.
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