Popular fairy tales, or, A liliputian library; [ca. 1818]
Description: From the de Grummond Children's Books collection. Collected and revised by Benjamin Tabart. Published in London by Sir Richard Phillips and Co., Bride Court, Bridge Street, circa 1818. "Contains twenty-six choice pieces of fancy and fiction, by those renowned personages King Oberon, Queen Mab, Mother Goose, Mother Bunch, Master Puck, and other distinguished personages at the court of the fairies." Contains twenty-six stories, many from Perrault and a few from D'Aulnoy. First published in 1804 by Benjamin Tabart, issued in either single booklets or in a set of three parts. Twenty six hand colored illustrations on thirteen plates. Attributed to either William Craig or Richard Corbould. Signatures: B-P12, Q9. Marbled boards, half leather. Lacking pp. 351-352.
Creator: Tabart, Benjamin, 1767 or 8-1833.; Perrrault, Charles, 1628-1703.; Aulnoy, Madame d' (Marie-Catherine), 1650 or 51-1705.
Date: circa 1818
Format: Digital reproduction of a 4.5" x 7" 353-page book.
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Collection: de Grummond Children's Literature Collection.