London: Suckling & Galloway, 1896. foldout and glossy plate. First Edition. Cloth. Small 8vo, green cloth with gold lettering on spine and cover with black scrolling, illustrated with a lengthy frontispiece foldout depicting a Mob Destroying and Setting Fire to the Kings Bench Prison and House of Correction and one glossy plate, iv, [v-vi] + 190 deckled pages. Good + / None. Item #6271
Alfred Trumble wrote several books on unusual and sensational subjects (e.g., Parisian night life; Mormonism). Concerning prisons, he also wrote on New York City's "Tombs" *1881).
UNCOMMON, especially with such a superior foldout frontispiece. Blindstamped cloth and textblock remain firm. Cloth is worn with light soil and bumping to corners. One leaf mended with tape, else Very Good. The lengthy fold-out is in Fine condition without foxing.