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Too lightly broken - Page 287
by Too - 1873
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The surgeon's secret, by Sydney Mostyn

William Clark Russell - 1872
...the best and soundest ground whereon to build a popular work of fiction.' — Morning Advertiser. ' It is impossible to read "Puttyput's Protegee" without...evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres. Playgoers prevented from visiting their favourite place of amusement will find in this book very satisfactory...
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Epitaphiana: or, The curiosities of churchyard literature, a miscellaneous ...

Epitaphiana - 1873
...strong for our shame. Readers may do worse than surrender themselves to its melo-dramatic enjoyment. From title-page to colophon, only Dominie Sampson's...evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres. "—Echo. Samuel Tinsley, 10, Southampton Street, Strand. NOTICE New Story Suitable for Girls, &c....
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Harry's big boots

1873
...melo-dramatic enjoyment. From title-page to colophon, only Dominie Sampson's epithet can describe it—it is ' prodigious.' "—British Quarterly Review. "...whole evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres."—Echo. Samuel Tinsley, 10, Southampton Street, Strand. NOTICE.-New Story Suitable for Girls,...
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The true story of Hugh Noble's flight, by the authoress of 'What her face said'.

Jane Hepplestone - 1873
...considerable difference of opinion as to the merits of 'jPuttyput's Prote'ge'e.' " — Weekly Times. " It is impossible to read ' Puttyput's Prote'ge'e '...evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres." — Echo. Samuel Tinsley, 10, Southampton Street, Strand. 12 Samuel Tinsley's Publications. Just published,...
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Fair, but not wise, Volume 1

Mrs. Forrest-Grant - 1873
...considerable difference of opinion as to the merits of '_Puttyput's Prote'gee.' " — Weekly Times. " It is impossible to read ' Puttyput's Prote'ge'e '...evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres." — Echo. . Samuel Tinsley, 10, Southampton Street, Strand. OTIC IE Just published, in one handsome...
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Weimar's trust, Volume 3

mrs. Edward Christian - 1873
...merits of ' Puttyput's Protege'e.' " — Weekly Times. " It is impossible to read 'Puttyput's ProtegeV without being reminded at every turn of the contemporary...evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres." — Echo. Samuel Tinsley, 10, Southampton Street, Strand. Samuel Tinsley's Publications. Just published,...
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Mary Desmond and Other Poems

Nicholas J. Gannon - Irish poetry - 1873 - 211 pages
...strong for our shame. Readers may do worse than surrender themselves to its melo-dramatic enjoyment. From title-page to colophon, only Dominie Sampson's...Quarterly Review. " It is impossible to read ' Puttyput's ProtfSgeV without being reminded at every turn of the contemporary stage, and the impression it leaves...
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Epitaphiana: or, The curiosities of churchyard literature. Being a ...

Burial - 1875 - 171 pages
...strong for our shame. Readers may do worse than surrender themselves to its melo-dramatic enjoyment. From title-page to colophon, only Dominie Sampson's...it is 'prodigious. '" — British Quarterly Review. TJAVENSDALE. By ROBERT THYNNE, Author of **> " Tom Delany." 3 vols., 31s. 6d. T> EAL AND UNREAL : Tales...
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The British Quarterly Review, Volumes 57-58

Henry Allon - 1873
...strong for our shame. Headers may do worse than surrender themselves to its melodramatic enjoyment. From titlepage to colophon only Dominie Sampson's epithet can describe it, it is ' prodigious.' The ' Insidious Thief ' is a well told temperance story, not much as a tale, and failing of poetical...
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Lord Castleton's ward, Volume 1

1874
...strong for our shame. Readers may do worse than surrender themselves to its melo-dramatic enjoyment. From title-page to colophon, only Dominie Sampson's...evening's entertainment at one of our popular theatres. " — Echo. Samuel Tinsley, 10, Southampton Street, Strand. NOTICE. New Story Su1table for Girls, &c....
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