[FOUQUÉ, Friedrich Heinrich Carl de la Motte] (author). Hon. C.[aroline] L.[avinia] LYTTELTON (translator). Undine. A Tale From The German. London: Bell And Daldy. 1859.
8vo. Original blue textured cloth heavily panelled and decorated in blind to both boards, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, edges uncut; pp. [vii], 6-122 + [i]; with engraved title, decorated letterpress title, and a few small engravings to the text; a very nice copy indeed with minor rubbing to spine ends and joints; internally generally very clean and sound with occasional light spotting and slightly heavier browning between pages 79 and 82; page 91 incorrectly numbered 94, but complete.
First separate edition of this translation from the German of de la Motte Fouqué. Bell and Daldy had published a combined translation of this title, together with the story "The White Lady" by Caroline Von Woltmann, in 1844.