[New York]: Huestis, corner of Ana and Nassau Streets, [circa 1845???].
Two works combined as one, 16mo. sewn on cords (11.5 x 7 cm.), 96, 32 pages. Illustrated. Each work with separate pagination and with frontispiece illustration at each title page. Cover title: Dream Book and Fortune Teller. FIRST EDITION. A palm-sized work with two works: the first on dream interpretation; the second on fortune-telling by dreams, by cards, by coffee grounds, by tea leaves, by dice, and by moles, and with a section on palmistry. Internally sound and clean; some soiling to endpapers. In original, printed sugar paper-covered boards (lacking the rear board), decorated with a woodcut engraving of a young couple consulting a fortune teller. Good. Scarce. [OCLC locates no copies of a New York printing (and just one copy of a similar title published by Bond in Baltimore (U.Wisc))].