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    [Douglas Jerrold]. The Natural History of Courtship by "Punch,"... Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1844. First American edition. Twelvemo. 62 pages. Frontispiece, half-title and 8 other illustrations by Leech and others. Quarter leather over marbled boards with gilt titles and ruling to spine. Boards and extremities well rubbed. Front joint at spine abraded with some loss. Light toning and foxing to contents with a minute stain to top edge. Illustrations quite bright. Very good.

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    December, 2011
    15th Thursday
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