AUTHOR: DODGSON, Charles L. (Lewis Carroll).
TITLE: Notes by An Oxford Chiel - Facts, Figures, and Fancies, Relating to The Elections To The Hebdomadal Council,,... Into Cricket-Grounds. (First Printed In 1866-1868).
PUBLISHER: Oxford: James Parker & Co., 1874.
DESCRIPTION: FIRST SEPARATE EDITION. 1 vol., 6-3/4" x 4-3/8", original printed brick red wrappers.
CONDITION: Spine fine, overall, VERY GOOD.
REFERENCE: WMG 99 - One of six pamphlets also issued in one volume see WMG 98 for a comprehensive explanation.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Ownership signature of Gibbs Rigaud to top edge. Major-General Gibbs Rigaud, served in the Kaffir War and in China. Dodgson from time to time applied to John Rigaud, Gibbs' brother, who was a Fellow at Magdalen College for permission to take visitors to Magdalen Chapel. Gibbs on one occasion called on Dodgson with a niece to look at photographs. There is also one letter, dated 1875, to John inquiring about his brother who hearing he had some "beautiful Indian (or Japanese?) shawls or other articles of dress" that he would like to borrow.