THE CRIES OF LONDON, as they are heard daily, with character cuts of those who Traverse the streets of London, with articles to sell. Calculated to Entertain little Masters and Misses.
London: J. Chappell, No date [circa 1815]. 31,  pages; the last a pastedown to the rear wrapper. Illustrated with wood-engraved frontispiece, vignette on title, and 24 fine wood-engravings of 'cries,' by George Cruikshank, followed by 7 pages of wood-engravings by an unknown hand. Original printed wrappers with a wood-engraving to the upper panel. 13.8 x 8.8 cm. A fine copy, with the Crewe Hall Library Book plate tipped in at title. Cohn , claims that this, ' pretty little book is very rare.'