SPHINX INCRUENTA: or two hundred and twelve Enigmas and Charades.
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black, 1835. , 148 pages. Original cloth with printed label to the spine. 170 x 110 mm. First edition. Spine worn at head & heel with some loss; inscription on front free endpaper; and a small bookplate; couple of small stains on upper panel; else a very good copy. The author’s name is given by a riddle on the title: ‘The author himself is a shallow charade; You can see through his first, through his second can wade.’