THE CURIOUS ADVENTURES OF A LITTLE WHITE MOUSE; or, a Bad Boy Changed, in a very Comical Manner, into a Good Boy. Read, Masters and Misses, The Tale is so Droll, ‘Twill Creep into your Hearts Like a Mouse in his Hole.
London: W[illiam] Lane at the Minerva, Leadenhall-Street, No date [circa 1790]. Price Six-pence. 96 pages, the first and last being blanks pasted to the boards. Illustrated with a wood-engraved pastedown frontispiece and Nine cuts within the text. Original blue Dutch flower paper-covered boards. 112 x 88mm. Spine expertly restored; else a very good copy of a rare juvenile. ESTC. Recording three copies only; one in the B.L. one in UCLA and another in the Pierpont Morgan Library. ESTC records an earlier edition, circa 1780, printed ‘for the booksellers.’ Prior to that date the book was known as The Comical Adventures of a Little White Mouse.