New York & London: George D. Sproul, 1908. "Autograph Edition". 1st edition thus (Gimbel D-148; NCBEL III, 784). SIGNED by Dowden. Limited to 250 cc. 2 volumes (xxxiii, , 373, [1 (blank)]; xvi, 407 pp [including Index]). Each volume with an original frontispiece by William Rainey, R.I., SIGNED by Rainey...
London: Chapman and Hall, 1852. Later printing of the "Cheap" edition, which first appeared in 1849. Cf NCBEL III, 796. xvi, 436 pp. Text double column. Frontispiece, from a drawing by Frank Stone. 8vo. Publisher's dark maroon half-calf binding with raised spine bands and marbled boards. Marbled eps & edges.
London: Chapman & Hall, 1913. 1st edition (NCBEL III, 840). xi, , 319,  pp. Frontis of the author. Inserted plate [of Dickens] facing p. 160. 8vo. Red cloth with gold spine lettering. Crotch, a turn-of-the-century journalist, takes one of the first systematic looks at Dickens, the man with the social conscious.
London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1887. "Popular Edition" ix, , 466 pp. 32 page publisher catalogue tipped in at rear, dated 1886-7. 8vo. 7-3/4" x 5". Red cloth binding with gilt spine lettering, & black stamping elsewhere. One of the better contemporary accounts from one intimately involved in Dickens' reading tours.