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Barham, Martin’s Vagaries, Illustrated by George Cruikshank 1843

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[Barham, R.H.D.] Martin’s Vagaries. Being a Sequel to “A Tale of a Tub,” recently discovered at the University of Oxford, with notes by Scriblerus Oxoniensis, and illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: A. H. Baily & Co., 83 Cornhill – 1843

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[Barham, R.H.D.] Martin’s Vagaries. Being a Sequel to “A Tale of a Tub,” recently discovered at the University of Oxford, with notes by Scriblerus Oxoniensis, and illustrated by George Cruikshank. London: A. H. Baily & Co., 83 Cornhill. 1843. 8vo, [title; iii, 48 pages]. Two full-page etchings and a woodcut repeated on the wrapper. This copy is untrimmed and unopened, still in the publisher’s original wrapper. Margins of etchings bound in front now browning and brittle. Title page cracked. Housed in a collector’s plastic folder with a photocopy of the cover on its front. The text is pristine. First edition.  Cohn 49.