Lomas, John
A Report of the very Singular and Interesting Divorce Case Wallack vs. Wallack, Recently decided by his Honor the Vice-Chancellor, in the Court of Chancery New York, with introductory remarks by John Lomas. Short-hand and General Law Reporter, and Teacher of the Art of Stenography

New York: Published by the Proprietor, and for sale at his Office, 927 Broadway… 1834, first edition, octavo, 19, [1] pp., pamphlet, removed from pamphlet volume, some scattered foxing, light damp-stain on bottom blank margin, not affecting text, else a very good copy.

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The Wallacks were actors, Mr. Wallack, a comedian, sued his wife for divorce on the ground of adultery “committed by her at divers times and in divers places, with one John Povey, also a comedian, and then engaged at the Park Theatre.” OCLC locates only one copy of this edition, plus later reprints, American Imprints only records the second edition (29596, five locations).