Judge Parry’s sequel to Katawampus.
Illustrated by by Archie MacGregor.
Published: London: David Nutt, 1896.
1st Trade Edition, 8vo hardback covered in beige cloth with brown designs. No dust jacket.
There are seven full page black and white illustrations, and 27 smaller pictures set into the text. The large pictures are protected by tissue paper leaves.
There’s also a fold-out map on onion-skin paper (12 x 14 inches).
Edward Abbott Parry (1863-1943) was an English judge and writer. This book was written for Parry’s children, and is considered by some as an Alice parody, or at least it’s widely thought that it was influenced by the Alice books. The dragon is certainly very Jabberwock-y in the illustration:
There’s an article about Parry here.
Various editions are available on Amazon: Butterscotia