153. Mr. Thackeray, Mr. Yates,/ And/ The Garrick Club./The/ Correspondence and Facts./ Stated by/Edmund Yates./ Printed for Private Circulation./ 1859// [A briefer and angrier account of Yates’s ’difficulty’ with the Garrick Club than the one he gives in .RE, 2, chap. l.]
Edmund Yates: His Recollections and Experiences
154. First ed. Edmund Yates:/ His Recollections and Experiences./ ‘Much have I seen and known: cities of men/ And manners, climates, councils, governments,/ And drunk delight of battle with my peers.’/ Tennyson’s Ulysses.// 2 vols. London: Richard Bentley and Son, 1884. [Dedicated to ‘My Wife’. Title-page of vol. 1 includes engraving of the G.P.O., St Martin’s-le-Grand, with title, ’Work: 1847-1870′. Facing title-page is an engraving, by Joseph Brown, of Yates’s father, ‘Frederick Henry Yates. Comedian. Born 1797. Died 1842. From the Portrait by Lonsdale in the Garrick Club.’ Title-page of vol. 2 includes engraving (presumably of Yates’s steam-yacht in the Thames), with title, ’Leisure: 1883′. Facing title-page is an engraving of Yates by-Joseph Brown, with Yates’s signature beneath: ‘Edmund Yates. 1865.’]
155. New ed. 1 vol. Bentley, 1885.
156. First American ed. Fifty Years of London Life. Memoirs of a Man of the World. 1 vol. N.Y.: Harper and Brothers, 1884. [Reissued 1885.]