The Phenakistastcope or Magic Disc Edinburgh: Published by Forrester & Nichol, Lithographers, 10 George Street, & John Dunn, option 50 Hanover Square. [1832-1833].
A set of round prints for use in a phenakistiscope, an early device that took advantage of persistence of vision to show continuous motion, including several designed by Edward Sang, and published by the maker of optical instruments, John Dunn.
An anonymous book of humor, published in London in 1833
by A.U. Thiselton – with many illustrations similar to the work of Rodolphe Töpffer.
Foreshadowings of “A Soldier’s Things”?
The Book of accidents: designed for young children. New Haven : S. Babcock, Sidney’s press, 1831.
And it only gets worse . . .
Read the entire book online: http://beinecke.library.yale.edu/dl_crosscollex/getSETS.asp?ITEM=2013671