THE NEW GAME of VIRTUE REWARDED and VICE PUNISHED, For the Amusement of Youth Of both Sexes. By T. Newton, inventor of the New Game of the Mansion of Bliss.
London: Wm. Darton. 58, Holborn Hill, No date [circa 1818]. A hand-coloured engraving, divided into twelve and mounted on linen. Unfolded: 568 x 440 mm. Folds into a paper-covered slipcase with a mounted title label top the front panel and another, smaller label, to the lower. Lacks the original eight-page book of rules, which are supplied in manuscript. Some wear to the slipcase with a small loss of paper; else very good. The book of rules states, ‘It is designed with a view to promoting progressive Improvement of the Juvenile Mind, and to deter them from pursuing the dangerous Paths of Vice.’