Sketches of Young Ladies, in which these interesting members of the animal kingdom are classified, according to their several Instincts, Habits, and General Characteristics, by "Quiz" with six illustrations by "Phiz" Edward Caswall, a. k. a. Halbot K. Browne Phiz, Charles Dickens.
Sketches of Young Ladies, in which these interesting members of the animal kingdom are classified, according to their several Instincts, Habits, and General Characteristics, by "Quiz" with six illustrations by "Phiz"
Sketches of Young Ladies, in which these interesting members of the animal kingdom are classified, according to their several Instincts, Habits, and General Characteristics, by "Quiz" with six illustrations by "Phiz"
Sketches of Young Ladies, in which these interesting members of the animal kingdom are classified, according to their several Instincts, Habits, and General Characteristics, by "Quiz" with six illustrations by "Phiz"
Sketches of Young Ladies, in which these interesting members of the animal kingdom are classified, according to their several Instincts, Habits, and General Characteristics, by "Quiz" with six illustrations by "Phiz"

Sketches of Young Ladies, in which these interesting members of the animal kingdom are classified, according to their several Instincts, Habits, and General Characteristics, by "Quiz" with six illustrations by "Phiz"

London: Chapman and Hall, 1837. First printing. Hardcover. First edition, 1837, 12mo, rebound in full calf by Matthews, then respined at a somewhat later date, 80 pp, contents very good. Often attributed to Dickens, this was finally established as being the work of Anglican hymnologist Edward Caswall, and in fact Dickens authored a rebuttal called Sketches of Young Gentlemen the year after. Light rubbing to corners, hinges a bit stiff, a very good copy. Very Good. Item #H2284

Price: $200.00