The Every-day book and Table book;
or, Everlasting calendar of popular amusements, sports, pastimes, ceremonies, manners, customs, and events, incident to each of the three hundred and sixty-five days, in past and present times; forming a complete history of the year, months, and seasons, and a perpetual key to the almanac ... for daily use and diversion.
By William Hone ... With four hundred and thirty-six engravings.
|Main Author:||Hone, William, 1780-1842.|
London, Glasgow, [etc., etc.] Pub. for T. Tegg, sold by R. Griffin and co., 1838.
The Table book, 2 vols., originally published weekly from January 1827 to January 1828 (55 numbers including indexes, in 2 vols.) here forms one volume (v. 3).
The Every-day book was originally published weekly from January 1825 to December 1826 (105 numbers including indexes, in 2 vols.)
4 vols. in 3 v.
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