Olde ffrendes wyth newe Faces. Adorn'd with suitable sculptures. I. The Loving Ballad of Lord Bateman, II. A true relation of the Apparition of Mrs. Veal. III. The Long Pack: A Northumbrian Tale. IV. The Sword Dancers. V. John Cunningham, the Pastoral Poet. VI. Ducks & Green Peas, or the Newcastle Rider: a Tale in Rhyme. VII. Ducks & Green Peas: a Farce. VIII. Andrew Robinson Stoney Bowes, Esquire. IX. The Gloamin' Buchte.
London: Field & Tuer, 1888. Hand-coloured woodcuts throughtout, each part with its original wrappers. At end is the Prospectus for Crawhall's Chapbook Chaplets, a similar work. Bound in twentieth century half-morocco, gilt over paper-covered boards. 4to. First edition. One wrapper spotted; uncut fore-edges browned; else a very good copy in a handsome binding.