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The Resource Lilliput revels, by the author of "Lilliput levee," "Lilliput lectures," etc. etc

Lilliput revels, by the author of "Lilliput levee," "Lilliput lectures," etc. etc

Label
Lilliput revels
Title
Lilliput revels
Statement of responsibility
by the author of "Lilliput levee," "Lilliput lectures," etc. etc
Creator
Contributor
Donor
Engraver
Former owner
Illustrator
Publisher
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
RRR
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Lilliput revels, by the author of "Lilliput levee," "Lilliput lectures," etc. etc
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • William Brightly Rands wrote under the pseudonyms of Henry Holbeach and Matthew Brown; see "Notes and queries," New York times, March 5, 1922
  • Text in verse
  • Illustrated with 10 full-page wood-engravings, engraved by the Dalziel firm (signed "Dalziel") after drawings by Arthur Hughes (signed with his monogram "AH")
Contents
I. Touching the moon -- II. The white princess -- III. The black showman and the white showman -- IV. Barbara Petlamb -- V. The pedlar's diamond -- VI. The whisper -- VII. Lock and key -- VIII. Little Keeper -- IX. Papa in the study -- X. Handsome is that handsome does -- XI. The vision of repining Robert -- XII. The nephew of Charlemagne
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
[4], 147, [1] pages.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: publisher's orange/brown cloth over boards, stamped in black and gold on upper board and spine with the stylized floral designs typical of the architectural designs of Charles Eastlake; the Routledge seal stamped in blind on lower cover; glazed yellow endpapers. Bookplate of Madeleine Bôcher Utter (UC Berkeley '24), featuring an otter's head. Gift of UC Santa Cruz Library.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10838734
  • ucoclc10838734
Label
Lilliput revels, by the author of "Lilliput levee," "Lilliput lectures," etc. etc
Publication
Note
  • William Brightly Rands wrote under the pseudonyms of Henry Holbeach and Matthew Brown; see "Notes and queries," New York times, March 5, 1922
  • Text in verse
  • Illustrated with 10 full-page wood-engravings, engraved by the Dalziel firm (signed "Dalziel") after drawings by Arthur Hughes (signed with his monogram "AH")
Contents
I. Touching the moon -- II. The white princess -- III. The black showman and the white showman -- IV. Barbara Petlamb -- V. The pedlar's diamond -- VI. The whisper -- VII. Lock and key -- VIII. Little Keeper -- IX. Papa in the study -- X. Handsome is that handsome does -- XI. The vision of repining Robert -- XII. The nephew of Charlemagne
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
[4], 147, [1] pages.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: publisher's orange/brown cloth over boards, stamped in black and gold on upper board and spine with the stylized floral designs typical of the architectural designs of Charles Eastlake; the Routledge seal stamped in blind on lower cover; glazed yellow endpapers. Bookplate of Madeleine Bôcher Utter (UC Berkeley '24), featuring an otter's head. Gift of UC Santa Cruz Library.
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • (OCoLC)10838734
  • ucoclc10838734

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