Soft Cover. Brighton: Printed By John George Bishop, 1887. 1st Edition. Good.
First edition, first printing. A good copy, with the original front cover in the publisher's paper cloth, with some smudging along the edges, slight chipping on the hinge, lacking the rear cover panel, with a loss to the bottom corners of the first pages of text, pages starting to break from the binding, although the signature is still intact, otherwise clean and uncut pages. A nineteenth century pamphlet containing reproduced letters between James Orchard Halliwell-Phillips, a noted 19th century British Shakespearean scholar and founder of the Percy Society, and members of the executive committee of Shakespeare's birthplace at Stratford-upon-Avon, specifically the librarian Richard Savage.