"[Original edition] deposited for copyright December 15, 1860 ... It was of the smaller size, with buff wrappers, and contained 50 pages (Type I-HB). [This edition] has orange wrappers with no engraving on the front (Type II-HB), and is of the standard size with 80 pages plus two of advertisements and 14 figures."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 377, no. 10.
Copy 2: Slight variations. Distributor's imprint on cover reads "121 Nassau St.," advertisements on pages 2-4 of cover vary, no additional pages of advertisements at end.