The Song of the Cat (1858)

A Master out of Chancery (pseud. Henry Green), editor.

A Manchester book; The song of the cat; illustrated with wood-cuts: A legend of the Chancery Court, not contained in any of the records: in three fits. With notes and annotations collected for the Rolls’ Office; edited by A Master out of Chancery. Very profitable reading, especially in term-time, or at the festival of Christmas, and generally during any other season of the year.

Published: London: Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., and Kent Co.; Manchester: J. Heywood, [1858].

Date: 1858

Frontis, xi, [3], [15] – 133p + 5 further plates with tissue guards, and an end-piece of a cat. Original pictorial cloth. Spine title: The song of the cat.

A very good copy of an uncommon title.


Offered by Westfield Books