The history of Tom Thumb.
Bibliographic Citation:
The history of Tom Thumb. Banbury [Oxfordshire] : Printed by J.G. Rusher, [1820?]
Alternative Title:
Tom Thumb. English.
Printed by J.G. Rusher, [1820?]
  • In verse.
  • Date from De Freitas, cited below.
  • First sentence: "Kind reader, your servant; Our hero is come To welcome your purchase:--All hail, to Tom Thumb!"
  • Includes 16 woodcuts.
  • Citations/References: De Freitas, L.J. Banbury chapbooks, p. 110
  • Citations/References: Osborne Coll. I, p. 45
  • Citations/References: Pearson, E. Banbury chap books, p. 36
  • Copy in McGill Library's Rare Books and Special Collections: Bound with 5 other chapbooks subsequent to publication, with binder's title: Banbury chapbooks. 15 hand-coloured woodcuts. Brown calf. Bound by Wood, London. Banbury Chapbooks - Pearson p pp.27,36,57. Osborne - p.45. St. Andrews N.B. Antique Show. July/83. $10.00 for the 6. Hobbyhorse Books. Ho Ho Kus, N.J. - 88 - $125.00 for just this one.
Physical Description: and white, 10 x 7 cm.
Chapbook Category:
Metrical Tales and Other Verse
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