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ROUTLEDGE'S FOUR EDITIONS OF "THE WIDE, WIDE WORLD."
The Illustrated Edition.
In Foolscap 8vo, cloth, price 3s. 6d., emblematically gilt, or 4s, gilt edgei,
WIDE, WIDE WORLD, with Engravings from
Designs by WILLIAM HARVEY. Piinted on a superfine paper,
with emblematical gilt back and sides.
The library Edition.
In Foolscap 8vo, cloth lettered, price 2s. fid,
WIDE, WIDE WOBLD. By EHZABEEH
WETHEBELL. Printed on good paper, with two Hlustratloms
by WILLIAM HABVEY.
The Railway Edition.
Price 2s., in boards,
WIDE, WIDE WOBLD. By
WETHEBELL. Printed in a clear readable type,
The Cheapest Edition.
In Foolscap 8vo, price Is. 6d., in fancy boards,
WIDE, WIDE WOBLD. By EIIZABKTH
WETHEBELL. Printed, without abridgment, in new type.
*' As far as we know the early history of the •'Wide, Wid* World,' it
was first bought to be presented to nice little girls; elder sisters were
soon found poring over the volumes: next, mothers wondered at the s$»ell
that could so enchain the more volatile spirits of the household. After this,
papas were not very difficult to convert; for papas Hke to led their eyes
moisten sometimes with emotions more generous than those excited at the
Stock Exchange or in the counting-honse."—North American £evtete for
" The'success of the 'Wide, Wide World' is so great, that it promises
to rival in popularity ' Uncle Tom's Cabin.'"l those who make up the