Andrew Tuer. London Cries: with six charming children, printed direct from stippled plates in the Bartolozzi style, and duplicated in red and brown, and about forty other illustrations including ten of Rowlandson's humorous subjects in facsimile, and tinted; examples by George Cruikshank, Joseph Crawhall, &c., &c. 4to, [iv] 48p,  leaves of plates, advertisement, 33cm, London & New York: Field & Tuer; Scribner & Welford, .
Number 81 of 250 LARGE PAPER copies (printed on the rectos only) signed by Andrew Tuer. Two sets of stipple engravings (printed directly from the plates - first published by S. & J.Fuller in 1719 - in sepia and black) inserted at the rear. 15 hand-coloured illustrations after Rowlandson, Crawhall, etc, plus others uncoloured within the text. Grey half cloth with grey glazed paper-covered sides, printed label superimposed on upper cover. Some wear to spine ends, but generally a very good bright copy.