Your idea of the woodcuts in the page is quite perfect, and I like it amazingly.
It has woodcuts by Bewick, and is a curious and scarce little volume.
The types were Martin's, the woodcuts Bewick's, and the paper Whatman's.
The woodcuts, including the one on the title-page, number 117.
Third Edition, greatly enlarged and improved, with Maps and Woodcuts.
With 10 full-page Illustrations and 39 Woodcuts in the Text.
Done by a Justice of the Peace of great Authoritie, 4to, with woodcuts.
With a delightful discourse of the coosnage of Colliers, 4to, with woodcuts.
These woodcuts were intended for binding in the first Cheap Edition.
The word "misletoe" is mis-spelt in the title on one of the woodcuts.