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Page 383 - DOMBEY AND SON. 6. — BARNABY RUDGE AND EDWIN DROOD. 7. — NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. 8. — CURIOSITY SHOP AND MISCELLANEOUS. 9. — BLEAK HOUSE. IO. — LITTLE DORRIT. II. — MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. 12.— OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. 13. — CHRISTMAS BOOKS. — TALE OF TWO CITIES. 14. — SKETCHES BY BOZ AND HARD TIMES. 15. — CHILD'S ENGLAND AND MISCELLANEOUS. The first volume — Pickwick Papers — contains an alphabetical catalogue of all of Charles Dickens' writings, with their positions in the volumes.
Page 383 - COMPLETE IN 15 VOLUMES. The size and form is most convenient for holding,— the type is entirely new, and of a clear and open character that has received the approval of the reading community in other popular works. The illustrations are by the original artists chosen ly Charles Dickens himself — and the paper, printing, and binding are of an attractive and substantial character.
Page 381 - Plots New Nonsense Rhymes — By WH Beckett, with illustrations by CG Bush. Progressive Petticoats— A Satirical Tale, by Robert B. Roosevelt Souvenirs of Travel — By Madame Octavia Walton Le Vert, of Mobile, Ala .... Woman, Love, and Marriage— A spicy little Work, by Fred Saunders The Fall of Man — A Darwinian Satire, by author of
Page 381 - Works. The Life of Jesus... Translated. $i 75 I The Life of St. Paul. Translated. Lives of the Apostles Do. i 75 | The Bible in India — By Jacolliot. G. \V- Carleton. Our Artist in Cuba, Peru, Spain, and Algiers — 150 Caricatures of travel Miscellaneous Publications. Hawk eyes — a comic book by "The Burlington Hawkeye Man.
Page 383 - ... works. The illustrations are by the original artists chosen by Charles Dickens himself — and the paper, printing, and binding are of an attractive and substantial character. This beautiful new edition is complete in 15 volumes — at the extremely reasonable price of $1.50 per volume, as follows : — 1.
Page 383 - Without exception, tl.cy each have some strong distinctive objection, — either the form and dimensions of the volumes are unhandy — or, the type is small and indistinct — or, the illustrations are unsatisfactory — or, the binding is poor — or, the price <s too high.
Page 380 - Hand-Books of Society. The Habits of Good Society — The nice points of taste and good manners.
Page 381 - Veneris, and other Poems — By Algernon Charles Swinburne Birds of a Feather Flock "Together — By Edward A; Sothern, the actor Beatrice Cenci — Translated from the Italian novel, with portrait by Guido The Two Brides— A new novel by Rev. Bernard O'Reilly; Laval Morning Glories — A charming collection...
Page 383 - ... too high. An entirely new edition is now, however, published by GW Carleton & Co. of New York, which, it is believed, will, in every respect, completely satisfy the popular demand. — It is known as "Carleton's New Illustrated Edition.