London: The Ludgate Press, July 1904. 176p. (plus ads and interpolated material in Roman numerals), profuse captioned production stills on coated paperstock throughout, some textual material, cased into 11x8.5 inch buckram boards with white and lime-green fabrics gilt-decorated. Slight edgewear with significant dust- and handling-grime, but a sound copy and entirely clean within. Exclusively satirical stuff; find The Orchid (part I), The Cricket on the Hearth, The Earl and the Girl, The Orchid (part II), The Prince of Pilsen, and The Fairy's Dilemma.