AN EPITOME of ENGLISH HISTORY For the BOOK-CASE of Instruction and Delight.
London: Printed and sold by John Marshall, No. 4 Aldermary Church-Yard in Bow Lane Cheapside, No date [circa 1802]. 57, [2 blanks],  pages, including an engraved frontispiece and 27 pages of engravings. bound in white paper-covered boards, with hand-coloured shaped mounted labels to both panels. 99 x 68 mm. A very good copy. Rare. The Book-case of Instruction and Delight comprised approximately 12 volumes in total and came in a wooden box with a sliding lid, designed to look like a bookcase. See Alderson, ‘Miniature Libraries for the Young,’ The Private Library Third Series, Volume 6. No.1. Spring 1983. .