Curiosities of street literature, comprising "cocks," or "catch pennies" :
a large and curious assortment of street-drolleries, squibs, histories, comic tales in prose and verse, broadsides on the royal family, political litanies, dialogues, catechisms, acts of Parliament, street political papers, a variety of "ballads on a subject," dying speeches and confessions ...
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London : Reeves and Turner, 1871.
Pages numbered on recto only; ℓeaves 197/8 and 235/6 bound in reverse, p. 197 and 236 being numbered; p. 229 numbered 213 [bis]; 19 blank leaves unnumbered.
456 copies printed. "No. 230 [of 250 copies] of the fine toned Demy 4to edition."
Edited by C. Hindley.
Physical description: , 236, 8 p., 3 leaves of plates : ill. ; 30 cm.
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