New York: E. P. Dutton & Co., Inc., (1932). 1st edition. xii, 204,  pp (including Index). 8vo. Black cloth binding with gilt stamped lettering. Dust jacket. VG+ (top edge dusty/offset to eps)/Abt VG (some edgewear/chipping @ hd & tail of spine). Item #2724.5
"Burdett-Coutts spent the majority of her wealth on scholarships, endowments, and a wide range of philanthropic causes. One of her earliest philanthropic acts was to co-found (with Charles Dickens) a home for young women who had 'turned to a life of immorality', including theft and prostitution. The home was known as Urania Cottage." [Wiki].
The volume contains many hitherto unpublished letters to Burdett-Coutts, which gives one a good flavor of Dickens rather sympathetic nature for those less fortunate.
Uncommon in jacket.