DEATH'S DOINGS: CONSISTING OF NUMEROUS ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS, IN VERSE AND PROSE, THE FRIENDLY CONTRIBUTIONS OF VARIOUS WRITERS: PRINCIPALLY INTENDED AS ILLUSTRATIONS OF THIRTY COPPER-PLATES, DESIGNED AND ETCHED BY R. DAGLEY ... Second Edition, with Considerable Additions. London: J. Andrews, 167, New Bond Street; and W. Cole, 10, Newgate Street, 1827. Octavo, two volumes in one: pp. [i-vii] viii-ix [x-xi] xii-xiv [xv] xvi  2-224 [i-ii] 225-466, two engraved title leaves and 30 engraved plates inserted, other illustrations (tailpieces) in the text, later nineteenth-century binding of three-quarter tan leather and marbled boards, spine panel tooled in gold, red leather title label, t.e.g., other edges untrimmed, marbled endpapers. Second edition, enlarged. The first edition was published in London in 1826, this second, enlarged edition was published in London the following year. Leather a bit scuffed, internally fine. (#148931).
"SECOND EDITION" on title pages.