The apprentice's dividend:
being an excerpt from the autobiography of Mark Twain

[Dundas], Ontario, Canada: The Aliquando Press, 2001. Edition of 100.

5.75 x 7.5"; 21 unnumbered pages. Wood engraving by Wesley W. Bates. Handset in Bulmer type and letterpress printed. Bound in decorated paper over boards. Paper title label on spine. Numbered.

Colophon: "To while away a long, dull winter, Mark Twain's text was .... printed & bound by William Rueter at The Aliquando Press, Dundas."

Introduction: "At age 13, on the advice of his brother Orion, Clemens learned the craft of typesetting and printing for two years, & when Orion founded the Hannibal Journal Clemens worked for him as a compositor, writing occasional humorous pieces in the Southwestern yarnspinner style."