Publisher: George Routledge & Sons, London, Glasgow and New York, 1889. Hardback, 84 pages, no dustjacket as published, profusely illustrated in colour and b&w by Randolph Caldecot. The cover, in thick pictorial coloured boards with black gilt lettered spine and red and black titling to front, is in good, sound condition for its age with some rubbing and tanning to edges, bumping to corners and spine extremities and two or three small edge tears to spine. Internally the book is in good, clean and firm condition with no tears, significant marks or creases. Clean and bright text pages and illustrations. Neat inscription on half-title page. Light tanning to page edges commensurate with age. Wonderful colour and b&w sketches throughout depicting sea bathing, hunting, Christmas visits and celebrations, agricultural shows, various activities at Brighton, sketches from Monaco, Sketches at Buxton, American facts and fancies and various other subjects. A wonderful book from 1889 in good and sound condition by this great Victorian illustrator who inspired other such great illustrators as Cecil Aldin and Hugh Thomson.