TWAIN, MARK Collection of four works by Mark Twain consisting of (1) Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. New York: Webster, 1889. Original publisher's cloth. First edition, second issue. Inner hinges are weakened; (2) Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. New York: Webster, 1885. Three quarter leather binding. First edition. Contains numerous in-text llustrations after E. W. Kemble and a photogravure of Karl Gerhardt's portrait bust of Clemens (here without tablecloth visible). Of the three changes introduced after the first printing of 30,000, they are present here in the first and uncorrected state. Those changes are at p. 13 the erroneous page reference "88" was changed to "87"; at p. 57 the misprint "with the was" was corrected to "with the saw"; and at p. 9 the misprint "Decided" was corrected to "Decides". Of the traditional issue points, this copy has p. 155 with the final 5 lacking, and the suggestive illustration on page 283 has been modified. Previous owner's name stamped several times on the front endpapers; (3) Prince and the Pauper. Boston: Osgood, 1882. Original publisher's green cloth, lettered and decorated in black and gilt. First American edition with the Franklin Press imprint on the copyright page and correct number of blank leaves. Red pencil annotation on copyright page, and a few pages with tiny stains; (4) Innocents Abroad. Hartford: American, 1870. First edition, second or mixed issue. Original publisher's cloth with stamped gilt lettering and ornamentation to the spine and front cover. Identification points: Page numbers are given in the "Contents" and last entry on p. xviii reads "Thankless Devotion - A Newspaper Valedictory - Conclusion." This edition has the engraved portrait of Napoleon III on p. 129. Heading on p. 643 is "Chapter LXI". Advertisement for "Personal History of Ulysses S. Grant" appears on the fourth page of advertisements. Edgewear; corners rubbed and bumped; light foxing to endpapers.