An essay on the genius of George Cruikshank / by W. M. Thackeray ; and additional memoirs by Hamilton, Stephens, Wilson, Bates and others. Illustrated by one thousand seven hundred original caricatures, etchings, woodcuts, &c. selected from his works and in addition several sheets of original drawi

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Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863. An essay on the genius of George Cruikshank / by W. M. Thackeray ; and additional memoirs by Hamilton, Stephens, Wilson, Bates and others. Illustrated by one thousand seven hundred original caricatures, etchings, woodcuts, &c. selected from his works and in addition several sheets of original drawings besides autographs of Cruikshank, Thackeray, &c.

An essay on the genius of George Cruikshank / by W. M. Thackeray ; and additional memoirs by Hamilton, Stephens, Wilson, Bates and others. Illustrated by one thousand seven hundred original caricatures, etchings, woodcuts, &c. selected from his works and in addition several sheets of original drawings besides autographs of Cruikshank, Thackeray, &c. 1808-1877

7 v. ([200], [194], [201], [218], [195], [212], [227] leaves) : ill. (some col.), ports., music; 29 cm.

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