THE LIVELY HISTORY OF JACK & the BEANSTALK: Setting forth for the first time during many years a faithful and particular Account of that Hero’s Wonderful Adventures in the Country of the Beanstalk, and his Triumph over the murderous Giant who inhabited it: The History being told to Harriet Jackson the possessor the MS. Documents of Jack’s Family, and the Pictures painted by a young Master.
London: Felix Summerly’s Home Treasury, and sold by Joseph Cundall, 1846. 31 pages. Four full-page plates. Bound in quarter morocco with the original paper wrappers mounted on the front and rear fixed endpapers. Bookplate of Viscount Halifax. A very handsome and clean copy. First published by Cundall in 1844