Boston: Published by Redding & Co., 8 State Street, 1846. 1st US Edition thus, i.e., by this publsher (Smith 5, pp. 69-70). 39,  pp. Text double column. P. 40 an advert for other titles available from Redding & Co., with the rear wrapper advertising, with a woodcut, Eugene Sue's 'Mystery of Crime.' Front wrapper with date of 1846 having an over-stamp, smaller "6". P. 25 with wood engraving by Maclise [unsigned]. 8vo. 9-1/4" x 5-3/4". Printed brown wrappers, sewn. Now housed in an archival mylar sleeve. General wear, age-toning & soiling to covers. Foxing, browning & spotting to text paper. An About VG copy. Item #11064.2
An uncommon edition... not in Edgar & Vail, Wilkins, Gimbel, nor VanderPoel. A historical side-note... Smith notes a copy, at UC Irvine, with Wilkins bookplate, yet Wilkins does not mention the work in his 1910 publication.