Dame Wiggins of Lee, and her seven wonderful cats :
a humorous tale /
written principally by a lady of ninety ; edited, with additonal verses, by John Ruskin ... and with new illustrations by Kate Greenaway ; with twenty-two woodcuts.
|Related Names:||Greenaway, Kate 1846-1901, illustrator., Ruskin, John 1819-1900., Sharpe, Richard Scrafton -1852, Pearson Mrs.|
Sunnyside, Orpington, Kent : George Allen, 1885.
Children's poetry, English.
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Reddish brown cloth binding. Gilt tile and illustration on front cover. White endpapers. Red speckled edges.
Printed on one side of leaf only, printed leaves facing each other.
Ascribed to Richard Scrafton Sharpe and Mrs. Pearson.-- Consult The works of John Ruskin / edited by E.T. Cook and A. Wedderburn, volume 2, page 526.
With reproduction of original title page: ... Embellished with eighteen coloured engravings. London : Printed for A.K. Newman & Co. Leadenhall-Street, 1823.
iv pages, 4 unnumbered pages, 20 leaves of plates :
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