Hood, Thomas Esq. The Epping Hunt by Thomas Hood, Esq. Author of “Whims” and “Oddities.” Six Engravings on Wood, by Branston and Wright, Bonner, Slader, and T. Williams: After the Designs of George Cruikshank. “Hunts Roasted.” London: Charles Tilt, 86 Fleet Street. MDCCCXXIX. Cohn 406. Collation corresponds to Cohn: “Title + pp. 3-30 + 2 pp. adverts.” “Price 2s. 6d.” 16 cm. Stiff brown wrappers backed and bound in. The six engravings have tissue guards. Bound in modern brown pebble grain morocco with a gilt-lettered brown calf label. Slight peripheral foxing on a few pages.
James Russell Lowell’s Anti-War Poem Biglow Papers in Dialect with George Cruikshank’s Colored Illustrations
The Miser’s Daughter by William Harrison Ainsworth In Parts As Originally Published and Illustrated by Cruikshank February to November 1842.
William Makepiece Thackeray Essay on the Genius of George Cruikshank Profusely Extra Illustrated with Ephemera and Theatrical Manuscripts
The Greatest Plague of Life or The Adventures of a Lady in Search of a Good Servant Illustrated by George Cruikshank First Edition
Patterson, W.F. | The Lady and the Saints | Ten Vignettes by R. Cruikshank 1839
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor | Professor Porson | The Devil’s Walk by Professor Porson Illustrations by Cruikshank 1830
George Cruikshank’s The Gentleman in Black 1831
Brough’s Life of Sir John Falstaff Extra-Illustrated by George Cruikshank 1858