Here is a rare, small hardcover printed in Providence for the author. Assumed first edition. "Picture of a Factory Village to which are annexed, remarks on lotteries, by Sui Generis: alias, Thomas Man." The book is bound in original brown linen, backed with green (stained) boards.There are two engravings on blue paper. Foxing, staining, and toning. Page nine(9) is uncut and pages eight and nine have a pen mark/line each.There is a small pencil inscription on the top of the front free paper. "This earliest known anti-factory poem alternates between sections of rhyming couplets of iambic tetrameters and sections of heroic couplets. The strident critique of the factory..." 144pp. Sold as is.