ABC. (EARLY AMERICAN) RUMMICAL RHYMES WITH PICTURES TO MATCH SET FORTH IN FAYRE PROSPECT ALPHABETICALLY AND GEOGRAPHICALLY. [NY]: (Hurd & Houghton), no date, circa 1860. 8vo (5 1/2 x 8 1/4"), pictorial wraps, professional spine strengthening and some cover soil, p. + cover, VG. For each letter of the alphabet there is a nonsensical limerick involving the name of a town beginning with the particular letter (I and J, U and V are combined two to a page). "There was a young lady of Cork, Who declining to eat with a Fork, Her fingers would use, And the feelings abuse, of the delicate people of Cork." Each page has a humorous,large 3-color illustration, with the cover signed by C. Edmonds. Scarce.