Content: Errata: p. , first set. Publisher's advertisements: p. .
Content: Once attributed to M.G. Lewis, Tales of Terror is now considered to be most likely a parody of his work (see R.D. Spector's The English gothic [Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1984], p. 164-165).
Content: Illustrations: Hand-colored frontispiece and two other hand-colored plate engravings by W. P. after B.; extra engraved title-page with vignette.
Extent: , 149,  pages,  leaves of plates :illustrations ;19 cm