1840/1886. folio. As the preliminary to the Report explains: "Some papers formerly belonging to John Pym, the great Parliamentary leader, were presented to the British Museum in 1840, by his descendant the late Hon. P. P. Bouverie. Others, however, still remain at his seat, Brymore, near Bridgewater. I append abstracts of the most important of these ..." ALS., folio, pp. 1 + 3 conjugate blanks; List, folio, pp. 2 + blanks; Report, folio, pp. 13, loosely stitched.
London: Edward Arnold, (1961). 8vo. cloth-backed patterned paper-covered boards, dust jacket. xv, 289 pages. Limited to 500 numbered copies. Introduction by Spielmann followed by descriptions of over 500 miniature books. Well indexed. Scarce book. Chip out of jacket at top of spine.