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The Edition of this Volume XXXV of AMERICAN BOOK- 
PRICES CURRENT is limited to Eight Hundred and Fifty 



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THE auction season of 1928-1929 was notable because it 
included the Kern sale. But even if the Kern sale had not 
taken place during this period, the season would have been of 
more than passing interest, for it recorded more new high prices 
than any other season, either in England or in America. High 
prices and price records in first editions, association items, 
manuscripts and letters of I9th and 20th century British and 
American authors, in Americana, in sporting books, in books of 
every description were usual, if at times almost fantastic. In 
no field of collecting was there any downward trend, and, by 
this season at least, those who preach book collecting (even the 
collecting of modern firsts) as an investment seem to be 

"The event of the year at the Anderson Galleries was the sale 
of the Jerome Kern collection, which took place in ten sessions 
on January 7 to 10 and 21 to 24 inclusive, and brought $1,729,- 
46250 The famous Hoe library, sold in two seasons, in 1911 
and 1912, required seventy-nine sessions to disperse, and brought 
$1,932,05660 The average per session in the Hoe sale was 
$24,45620, in the Kern sale, $172,946.25. The average price of 
the 14,588 items in the Hoe sale was $12558, that of the 1,482 
items in the Kern sale, $1,16696 The highest priced Hoe item 
was the magnificent illuminated vellum copy of the Gutenberg 
Bible, the first book printed from movable type, which brought 
$50,000; the highest priced Kern item was Shelley's own copy, 
with author's changes, of the first edition of "Queen Mab/' 
which fetched $68,000 (and cost $6,000 in 1920 in the Buxton 
Forman sale) In considering these comparisons it should be 
remembered that the Hoe library held the world record for 
more than a decade as the most valuable collection ever sold at 
auction, and that the sale influenced the value of books pro- 
foundly all over the world 

"The character of the two collections was radically different 
The Hoe library included a wide range of the world's greatest 
books from the dawn of printing to our own times, many in 
the finest bindings of master binders of the nineteenth century. 
The Kern library was composed largely of eighteenth and nine- 
teenth century first editions of American and English authors, 
many with association interest, presentation copies, and fine 
author's letters and manuscripts. . . . The fifteen Hoe manu- 
scripts and first editions (that fetched $10,000 or more) brought 


$308,850; and nineteen Kern manuscripts (of the same price 
class), $377,500. This comparison makes a striking demonstra- 
tion of the interest in the manuscripts and first editions of com- 
paratively modern English authors in this country. Herein is 
the chief significance of the memorable season of 1928- 29 " The 
Publishers' Weekly, November 16, 1929 

It has been said that the prices paid in the Kern sale were 
freak prices, and in a sense they were, for it was the unparalleled 
association interest of the items that made the prices soar An 
autograph presentation copy of the first edition of Hardy's "The 
Well-Beloved" fetched $1,200 and another copy not inscribed, 
$15 If it had not been for this association interest of many of 
the items, the sale might have been reckoned in hundreds; but 
the association interest was there, a letter or a few pages of 
manuscript laid in, an inscription or corrections by the author, 
and the sale was reckoned in thousands The value of an asso- 
ciation item is not subject to accurate appraisal: it is the value 
of sentiment. And in this sense, but in this sense only, was the 
Kern sale a freak sale. The prices were high, many of them 
were record breaking, but they were current market prices 
Whitman's "Leaves of Grass," first issue of the first edition, 1855, 
brought $3,400; within a fortnight two identical copies had 
brought $3,450 and $3,300 

It is somewhat difficult to choose any particular items for 
mention within the limits of this preface It will be seen from 
the text of this volume that thousands of books, autographs, 
manuscripts changed hands at auction during the period which 
it covers As an index to the season, however, some of the 
high spots from the Kern sale are appended: Austen, "Sense 
and Sensibility," 1811, $3,600; Blackmore, "Lorna Doone," 1869, 
$2,400; Boswell, "The Life of Samuel Tohnson, 1791 (autograph 
letters of Johnson and Boswell laid in), $5,250; Bronte, "Tane 
Eyre," 1847, $3,6oo; Browning (E. B ), "The Battle of Marathon," 
1820 (presentation copy with letters of the author and Robert 
Browning laid in), $17,500; Browning (Robert), "Pauline," 1833, 
$16,000; Burns, "Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect," 1793 
(presentation copy), $23,500; Burton (R F ), "The Kasidah," 
1880, $1,000, Byron, Original manuscript of "Marino Faliero, 
Doge of Venice," $27,000; Carlyle, "Sartor Resartus," 1834 (pres- 
entation copy), $3,500; Carroll (Lewis), "Alice's Adventures in 
Wonderland," 1865, $10,000; Conrad, Original manuscript of 
"Under Western Eyes," $7,250; Defoe, "Robinson Crusoe," 1719- 
19-20, $11,500; Dickens, "The Strange Gentleman," 1837 (original 
drawing of frontispiece by "Phiz" laid in), $10,500; Dickens, "A 
Tale of Two Cities," 1859 (presentation copy), $10,250, Fitzger- 
ald, "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam," 1859 (correction by the 
author), $8,000; Gibbon, "Decline and Fall of the Roman 
Empire," 1776-88, $3,900; Goldsmith, "The Vicar of Wakefield," 
1766 (the only known presentation copy), $6,600; Gray (Thomas), 
"An Elegy Wrote in a Country Church Yard," 1751, $12,000; 
Hardy, "Desperate Remedies," 1871, $4,800; Hardy, "Jude the 
Obscure," 1003 (inscribed copy), $4,100; Hawthorne, "Fanshawe," 
1828, $4,750; Hawthorne, "The Scarlet Letter," 1850 (document 
signed by the author laid in) $1,125; Johnson (Samuel), A leaf 



from the original manuscript of the "Dictionary of the English 
Language," $11,000; Johnson (Samuel), "The Prince of Abis- 
sinia," 1759, (author's own copy) $5,800; Keats, "Poems," 1817, 
$3,500; Keats, "Poetical Works," 1854, (22 lines of manuscript 
laid in) $17,000, Kipling, "Schoolboy Lyrics," 1881, $4,000; Kip- 
ling, "Life's Handicap," 1891, (presentation copy with two verses 
from "Barrack Room Ballads") $6,250; Lamb, "Poetry for Chil- 
dren," $8,500; Milton, "Poems," 1645, $6,750; Poe, A L. S quot- 
ing Mrs Browning's opinion of "The Raven," $19,500; Pope, 
"Poems," 1717, (presentation copy with corrections by the au- 
thor) $5,500, Richardson (Samuel), "Pamela," 1741-2, $4,000, 
Scott (Walter), "Waverley," 1814, $4400; Shakespeare, "Poems," 
1640, $8,500; Shakespeare, Second Folio, 1632, $5,700, Shakes- 
peare, Third Folio, first issue, 1664, $8,000, Shakespeare, Third 
Folio, second issue, $15,500, Shelley, "Adonais," 1821, $6,000, 
Smollett, "Humphrey Clinker," 1771, $6,200, Spenser, "The 
Faerie Queen," 1500-96", $3,500; Sterne, "Tristram Shandy," 1760- 
67, $12,500; Stevenson, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," 1886, (pres- 
entation copy) $3,600; Swift, "Gulliver's Travels," 1726, $17,000, 
Tennyson, "The Lover's Tale," 1833, $4,500; Thackeray, "Vanity 
Fair," 1847-48, $7,50O 

In this connection it must be remembered that the idiosyn- 
crasies of each copy are most important in determining the 
price it brings at auction This compilation serves as an index 
to current market values but it must be used with discrimina- 
tion Naturally the price of a unique copy is no criterion what- 
ever, and many of the Kern copies were unique 

Among the many other sales deserving of special mention 
were: Selections from the libraries of Sterling T. Foote, the 
late John Burton Fpley, and others; The Library of Norman 
James* Natural History, Americana, Sport; First editions, 
Inscribed Copies and Autograph Letters of Joseph Conrad, 
property of Mrs Ford Madox Hueffer, an important Kipling 
collection, the fine Poe collection of Mr. Joseph Jackson, and 
material from other sources; Autographs, Rare Books, and His- 
torical Documents: George W. Childs et al , Rare Books, Manu- 
scripts, and Autograph Letters, including the Walt Whitman 
collection of Bayard Wyman, and autograph letters by Bernard 
Shaw and John Galsworthy, Important Historic and Literary 
Collection, including Washington Letters and other rare Ameri- 
cana and a notable group of Whitman MSS. and First Editions, 
the property of William W. Cohen, The Library of the late 
Raymond J Schweizer; First Editions, Letters, and MSS of 
Barrie, Dickens, Galsworthy, Shaw, Trollope, and others from 
the library of Thomas Hatton; The Renowned Collection of the 
Works of Charles Dickens formed by Mr and Mrs Edward C 


Ed. edited Dupl. duplicate 

Comp. compiled No. number 

Trans. translated Orig. original 

Intro. introduction Illus. illustrated 














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New York 

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gilt edges 

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As this volume may come into the hands of some persons 
not familiar with the publication, the following explanation of 
its scheme is reprinted from earlier issues. 

The name of the author, or the main heading, is set in bold- 
face capitals As a rule, Club and Press publications are listed 
under the name of the club or press in question; and a few 
other books, such as anonymous histories and biographies, are 
given subject entries In the present issue, four new headings 

The titles of various works under these main entries are 
printed in bold-face type, capitals and lower case. The subse- 
quent matter, the description, printed in light-face type, is in 
two portions, the first, including the imprint place, printer, 
date and size of volume, is general and applies to all copies of 
the work listed. 

The second portion of the description, applying specifically 
to the copy of the book sold (each lot beginning a new line), 
is made up as follows: (i) a description of the binding; (2) a 
statement as to the condition of this copy if on large paper, 
with extra plates inserted, from a famous library, etc.; (3) capi- 
tal (key) letter, referring to the Chronological List of Sales at 
the beginning of this volume and indicating the name and date 
of the sale; (4) the lot number of the sale catalogue; (5) the 
price realized, that is, the price per lot and not per volume. 

H. S. B. 


A June 26-27, 1928. Valuable Library of Joseph T Kinsley of 
Philadelphia Stan V Henkels 

B. October 9, 1928. Autograph Letters and Documents, being 
the collection of David M Newbold of Philadelphia 

Stan V Henkels 

C October 16, 1928. American Autographs Properties of Dr 
Clara Barrus, Scarsdale, N. V , Mr J P Roosa, New York 
City, Miss Beatrice Finney, St Louis, Mo , and others 

The Anderson Galleries 

D. October 17, 1923. Selections from the libraries of Sterling 
T Foote, New York City, the late John Burton Foley, Chi- 
cago, and others The Anderson Galleries 

E October 20, 1928. Americana Charles F Heartman 

F October 23, 1928. Modern First Editions and Private Press 
Books: selections from the Library of Alfred A. Knopf, 
New York City, with additions from other private libraries 

The Anderson Galleries 

G October 25, 1928 Americana Stan V Henkels 

H. November 8, 1928. Americana Stan. V. Henkels 

I November 13-15, 1928. Library of Norman James, Baltimore, 
Md Natural History, Americana, Sport (Part One) A-H 

The Anderson Galleries 

[ November 16, 1928. Collection of fine Books from the 
libraries of Joseph W. Walton of St David's, Pa , Rev. 
Henry J Roland, and another prominent Philadelphia col- 
lector Stan. V Henkels 

K November 19-20, 1928. Library Sets, Fine Bindings, Sport- 
ing Books, including the Library of the late Judge Harman 
Yerkes, Doylestown, Pa American Art Association 

L November 20-23, 1928. Libiaiy of Norman James, Balti- 
more, Md Natural History, Americana, Sport (Part Two) 
I-Z The Anderson Galleries 


M. November 21-23, 1928. First Editions, Inscribed Copies, and 
Autograph Letters of Joseph Conrad, property of Mrs. 
Ford Madox Hueffer; an important Kipling collection; the 
fine Poe collection of Mr. Joseph Jackson, and material 
from other sources. American Art Association 

N. November 26-27, 1928. Selections from the Libraries of the 
late Leonard E. Opdycke, New York City; H. M. Schroeter, 
Altadena, California; and other private collectors. 

The Anderson Galleries 

O. November 26-28. Fine sets and First Editions: the private 
Library of the late J. Barton Townsend, Philadelphia. 

American Art Association 

P. December 3-4, 1928. Autograph Collection of a late Ameri- 
can author. The Anderson Galleries 

Q December 6, 1928. Valuable books from the Library of the 
late George Massey, of New York City. With additions 
from other sources Stan. V. Henkels 

R December 6, 1928. Library Sets in Fine Bindings, Dramatic 
Material, First Editions, and Autographs, including the 
Library of the late Joseph Jefferson, of New York City, 
and the late Mrs Frederic Neilson of New York City, [also] 
selections from the Library of A. B Ashforth, Jr. of New 
York City. American Art Association 

S December 8, 1928. Rare Americana Charles F. Heartman 

T. December 10, 1928. Autographs, Rare Books, and Historical 
Documents* George W. Childs et al. 

Samuel T. Freeman & Co 

U. December u, 1928. Library of the late George W. Childs 
et al. Samuel T. Freeman & Co. 

V. December 18, 1928. Rare Books, Manuscripts, and Auto- 
graph Letters, including the Walt Whitman collection of 
Bayard Wyman, Washington, D. C., and autograph letters 
by Bernard Shaw and John Galsworthy. 

The Anderson Galleries 

\V. December 19, 1928. First Editions, Color Plate Books, As- 
sociation Volumes, Rare Editions from the Library of a 
well-known Philadelphia collector, with additions from 
other sources. Stan. V. Henkels 

X. January 7-10, 1929. Library of Jerome Kern, New York 
City. (Part One) A-J. The Anderson Galleries 

Y. January 12, 1929. Rare Americana. Charles F. Heartman 

Z. January 21-24, 1909. Library of Jerome Kern, New York 
City. (Part Two) J-Z. The Anderson Galleries 


AA. January 30, 1929. Personal Relics of Baron von Steu- 
ben, together with the Revolutionary Papers of William 
North . . . sold by order of the present owner, William M 
Austin. American Art Association 

BB. January 30, 1929. Early Western History, Literature, and 
Narratives: Library of the Right Rev. Nathaniel S Thomas, 
Philadelphia, Pa The Anderson Galleries 

CC January 31, 1929. Library Sets of Standard Authors in 
Fine Bindings and First Editions, including the superb 
library of a prominent New York theatrical man. 

American Art Association 

DD February 5-6, 1929. Important Historic and Literary 
Collection, including Washington Letters and other rare 
Americana and a notable group of Whitman MSS and First 
Editions, the property of William W. Cohen of New York 
City. American Art Association 

EE. February 6, 1929. Rare Americana Stan V Henkels 

FF February 7-8, 1929. Library of the late Raymond J. 
Schweizer, Darien, Connecticut The Anderson Galleries 

GG February n, 1929. Private Library of Mrs Albert E Sol- 
omon of New York City, including First Editions of Hardy, 
Hearn, Kipling, and Mark Twain 

American Art Association 

HH February 13-14, 1929. Library of the late Thomas L. Ray- 
mond, Newark, N J. The Anderson Galleries 

II February 14, 1929. Autograph Lettcis and Documents from 
a well-known Philadelphia collector and other private 
sources Stan V Henkels 

JJ February 16, 1929. American Historical Pamphlets, Books, 
and Autographs Charles F Heartman 

KK February 18, 1929. Library of the late S N. Levy, New 
York City The Anderson Galleries 

LL February 19-20, 1929. First Editions, Press Books, and 
Finely Illustrated Editions property of the Artist, Miss 
Clara Tice, including selections from the Library of Mr. 
William Stanley Hall, with a few additions 

American Art Association 

MM February 26, 1929. First Editions, Letters, and MSS. of 
Barrie, Dickens, Galsworthy, Shaw, Trollope, and others 
from the library of Thomas Hatton of Leicester, England. 

American Art Association 

NN February 27, 1929. Americana from the Library of the 
late Edward Wheelock, Rochester, N. Y. . . . with additions. 

The Anderson Galleries 


OO. March 7, 1949. First Editions of Modern Authors: selec- 
tions from the Library of Charles D Miller, New York City 
. . . with additions from other private libraries, including 
"Pan in Vermont" by Kipling. The Anderson Galleries 

PP. March 15, 1929. Selections from the Libraries of Frank 
L. Crocker, New York City; the estate of Katherine A. 
Parker, Brooklyn, N. Y ; and others, including two private 
libraries from Buffalo, N Y. and Wisconsin. 

The Anderson Galleries 

QQ. March 16, 1929. American Historical Autographs, Pamph- 
lets, and Books. Charles F. Heartman 

RR. March 21, 1929. Valuable Library of the late Dr. Joseph 
Sailer of Philadelphia. Stan. V HenkeK 

SS. April 2-3, 1929. Important American Library collected by 
George W. Paullin, of Evanston, Illinois . . . rare and de- 
sirable Americana. Part I. American Art Association 

TT April 6, 1929. American Historical and Literary Auto- 
graphs, Rare Pamphlets, and Books. Charles F Heartman 

UU April 8, 1929. The Renowned Collection of the Works of 
Charles Dickens formed by Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. 
Daoust. American Art Association 

W April 9, 1929. Americana, selections from the Library of 
Francis A. MacNutt, Bressanone, Italy, together with 
American Autographs, Americana, Maps, American Colored 
Views, etc from other collections. The Anderson Galleries 

WW. April 10, 1929. Rare Americana, Books and Autographs, 
including the collection of the late David A. Williams of 
New York American Art Association 

XX. April 15-16, 1929. First Editions, Autographs and Press 
Books of American and English authors mainly of the Nine- 
teenth and Twentieth Centuries, including a portion of the 
Library of Stuart W Jackson of Montclair, N. J. 

American Art Association 

YY April 18, 1929. Valuable Americana library of the late 
Redmond Coinngham of Lancaster, Pa Stan V. Henkels 

ZZ April 18-19, 1929. Handsomely bound Library Sets, Sport- 
ing, and Color Plate Books, including the Libraries of 
Harry N. Abercrombie of Baltimore and Mrs. William H 
Merritt of Philadelphia Ameican Art Association 

AB. April 24, 1929. Rare books on Furniture, Ornaments, and 
Design: collection of the late Howard Reifsnyder 

American Art Association 

Aba. April 24, 1929. Valuable Autographs Stan V. Henkels 


BC. April 25, 1929. Selections from the Library of Edward 
Goldman, New York City; Document signed by Thomas 
Lynch, Jr., consigned by the Historical Commission of 
South Carolina; rare and beautiful Manuscripts, Incunabula, 
and Extra-illustrated Books from the Library of the late 
George E. Leighton, St Louis, Mo , with other properties 

The Anderson Galleries 

CD April 29-May i, 1929. Important American Library col- 
lected by George W Paullm of Evanston, Illinois: Ameri- 
cana Part II American Art Association 

DE May 1-2, 1929. Americana from the Library of the late 
George E Leighton, St Louis, Mo ; Library Sets and 
Books in Fine Bindings, the property of C Brough Du 
Moulin, New York City; together with books on art, bib- 
liography, first editions, incunabula, and an extensive col- 
lection of early works on short-hand sold by order of va- 
rious owners The Anderson Galleries 

EF May 7, 1929. Valuable First Editions, Americana, General 
Literature Stan V. Henkels 

FG May xx, 1929. Rare American Historical Autographs, 
Pamphlets, Books, and Newspapers Charles F Heartman 

Book-Prices Current 

A'BECKETT (Gilbert A.). Comic History of England. Wood- 
cuts and col. plates by John Leech. London, 1846-48. 8vo. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc , in wrappers and bd. case (backs chipped, 
name on 4 wrappers, wrapper of No XVII supplied from 
another part). R(i)$32.5o. 

20 in 19 orig. parts, unc., in cl. case. ,X( 1)152500. 

Comic History of England. Woodcuts and col. etchings by 

Leech London, 1847 2 vols , 8vo 

Cf , g e , by Walhs A(344)$8o oo 

Lev. mor, g.t , by Macdonald. R(2)$ 

Comic History of England. 2 vols 1847-48, Comic History 

of Rome [1852 ] Etchings in color and woodcuts by Leech. 
London, i847~48[-52 ) 3 vols , 8vo 

Lev mor, by Riviere J(i)$io50O 

Lev mor , g e , by Morrell GG(2i7)$8s oo 

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Master Humphrey's Clock. Illus. by G. Cattermolc and H 

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Memoirs of Joseph GrimaldL Edited by "Boz." Portrait of 

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The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby. With, illus- 
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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

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Notes and Comments on Certain Writings in Prose and 

Verse by Richard Henry Home. London, Printed for Pri- 
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Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress. By "Boz." 

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Oliver Twist; or, The Parish Boy's Progress. The Third 
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- Le Club des Pickwistes. Roman comique. Paris, 1838. 2 
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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

The Pic Nic Papers. By Various Hands. [Vols. I and II.] 

Edited by Charles Dickens. Illus. by Cruikshank, Phiz and 
others. London, 1841 3 vols., I2mo 

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Pictures from Italy. Vignettes by S. Palmer. London, 1846. 

1 2 mo. 

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Plays and Poems. With a Few Miscellanies in Prose. Ed 

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The Poor Traveller, Boots at the Holly-Tree Inn, and Mrs. 

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Proceedings at the Eleventh Anniversary Festival of the 

Royal General Theatrical Fund, March I7th, 1856. [Con- 
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Public Life of Mr. Tulrumble. By Boz. Phila., 1837. i2mo. 

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Report of the Dinner Given to Charles Dickens, In Boston, 

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DICKENS (Charles) Con tinned 

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[Sketches by Boz.] Watkins Tottle, and Other Sketches, il- 
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Couples, 1840; [With] Caswell (Edwaid). Sketches of 
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The Spirit of Chivalry in Westminster Hall. [In Douglas 

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in this work, with pencilled note on verso by Mr. Dexter, 
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Sunday under Three Heads. By Timothy Sparks Illus 
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Sunday Under Three Heads. By Timothy Sparks Illus by 

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Manchester.] Sm. 4to. 

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A Tale of Two Cities. Illus. by H. K. Browne. London, 

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Threatening Letter to Thomas Hood, from an Ancient Gen- 
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zine and Comic Miscellany. Vol. I. Jan.-June, 1844 ] Lon- 
don 1844 8vo. 

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To Be Read At Dusk. [In The Keepsake. 1852 ] London, 

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To Be Read at Dusk. London, 1852. 8vo. 

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Travelling Letters. Written on the Road. [Pictures from 

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copy). UU(02)$7.50. 

The Uncommercial Traveller. London, 1861 8vo. 

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The Uncommercial Traveller. Frontis. First Cheap Edi- 
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The Uncommercial Traveller. IIlus. by Marcus Stone Lon- 
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The Village Coquettes. Music by John Hullah London, 

Bentley, 1836. 8vo. 

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Sewed, unc., in cl. case (laid in is 4-page A. L S. of John Topham 
to Mrs. Pountney, dated Sept. 24, 1886, describing a per- 
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company). X(377)$270oo. 

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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

Wackford Squeers and Pecksniff. '[London, privately print- 
ed for Clement Shorter, 1915.] Sm. 4to. 
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A Word in Season. [In The Keepsake.] London, 1844.870. 

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Works. Frontispieces. First Cheap Edition. London, 1847- 

50. i2mo 
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7 hf. mor. cases. X(4i6)$275.oo 
Works. Illustrated Library Edition London, Chapman and 

Hall, 1873-76. 3ovols., 8vo. 
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by Forster. 3 vols., together 32 vols.). J(ii7)$33O.oo. 
Mor., g.t. (lacks first vol., with Life by Forster. 3 vols., together 

32 vols.). K(i03)$420.oo. 
Works. Some plates colored Edition De Luxe. London, 

Chapman and Hall, 1881-82. 30 vols., 8vo. 
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Works. Ed. by Andrew Lang. Illus. by "Phiz" and others. 

Gadshill Edition. London, 1897-99. 34 vols.. 8vo. 
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Cl , unc. (name in 2 vols.; some pp. stained, 29 vols. only, lack- 
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CC (36) $400.00. 

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Works. Ed. by Richard Garnett. Illus. by Browne, Cruik- 

shank, Leech, and others. Frontispieces in color. 30 vols.; 
with Life, by Forster. 2 vols Elwood Edition. London 
[1900.] 32 vols., 8vo. 

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Works. Some illustrations colored. Authentic Edition. 

London, 1903-08. 22 vols., I2mo. 

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Works. With Life and Letters, by Forster. National Edi- 
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Complete Works. Cruikshank Edition Boston, n.d. 45 

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Illustrations to Works by Dickens 

[Broadside.] Barnaby Rudge's Portrait Gallery. [Series of 

illustrations for "Barnaby Rudge," engraved by E. Richard- 
son after drawings of W. Newman.] [London, about 1841.] 
17x22 in. 

Browne (H. K., "Phiz")- Four plates engraved under the 

superintendence of Hablot K. Browne and Robert Young 
to illustrate the Cheap Edition of "Barnaby Rudge." Lon- 
don, 1849. 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

Orig. paper (with "Dolly Varden" engraved by Edwin Roffe after 
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Browne (H. K.). Two proofs of front cover to Part I of 

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Browne (H. K.). Four Plates engraved to illustrate the 

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H. W. Bruton collection). 


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Gilbert (Sir John). Plates to illustrate the cheap Edition of 

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Jacob Parallel's Hands to Master 'Humphrey's Clock. 12 

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Meadows (Joseph Kenny). The Nickleby Gallery contain- 
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Onwhyn (Thomas). Illustrations to "Nicholas Nickleby." 

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Onwhyn (Thomas). Twelve illustrations to "The Pickwick 

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Pailthorpe (F. W.). Extra Illustrations to "Great Expec- 
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Pailthorpe (F. W.). Illustrations to "The PictwicK Club." 

London, 1882. Roy. 8vo. 

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Portrait of Mr. Yates in the Character of Mr. Pickwick, in 

the "Pickwickians," engraved in colors, dated May 20, 1837. 
II x 9 in. 

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Seymour (Robert) and Browne (H. K.). A Collection of 

Illustrations for "Pickwick," by Seymour and "Phiz." 36 
plates and a portrait of "Phiz," 37 plates in all. 8vo. 

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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

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Sibson (Thomas). Illustrations of "Master Humphrey's 

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Complete Set of 13 Proofs Before Letters of Monthly Wrap- 
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Club, Sketches by Boz, Nicholas Nickleby, Master Humph- 
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Dombey and Son, David Copperfield, The Adventures of 
Oliver Twist, Little Dorrit, Bleak House, A Tale of Two 
Cities, Our Mutual Friend, and The Mystery of Edwin 

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Dramatizations, Playbills, Etc. 

The Entirely New and Original Drama in Three Parts, enti- 
tled, The Cricket on the Hearth, A Fairy Tale of Home, 
Dramatized by Albert Smith . . . from early proofs of the 
Work, by the Express Permission of the Author, Charles 
Dickens, Esq., as performed at the Theatre Royal Lyceum. 
London [1865 ] I2mo. 

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Dombey and Son; or, Good Mrs. Brown, the Child Stealer. 

A Drama, in Two Acts. From the Pen of the inimitable 
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Theatre. Large woodcut in colors on first page. 8pp. G. 
Purless [Purkess,] Compton Street, Soho [about 1848 ] Sm. 

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Card of Admission to the "Amateur Performance [of "Every- 
man in his Humour," in which Dickens first acted the part 
of Captain Bobadil,] at Miss Kelly's Theatre." September 
20, 1845- 

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Playbill of the "Amateur Performance, ... On Saturday 

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mour . . . [and] A Good Night's Rest." Red and Green, with 
borders of red, green and gold. 4to. 

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are mentioned by name.")- See Kitton. Charles Dickens by 
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[Broadside.] Playbill of the "Amateur Performance . * . 

on November 15, 1845 ... of Every Man in His Humour. 
[Andl A Good Night's Rest." 13 x 9 in. 

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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

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Announcement of "A Farewell Benefit on Thursday, June 

i6th, 1853," at the St. James's Theatre, [containing- a list of 
the Committee, which includes the names of Charles Dick- 
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on first page only 1853. I2mo. 

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Playbill of the "Tavistock House Theatre Under the Man- 
agement of Mr. Charles Dickens. On Monday, January 5th, 
1857 the Dress Reliearsal of ... The Frozen Deep . . . 
To conclude with . . . Animal Magnetism. Printed in red 
and black. 1857. 15 * 9 T A in. 

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casts). MM(i33)$255 oo. 

Playbill of "Dec. 30, 1848. . . . The Haunted Man!" [adver- 
tizing first night of performance of the play] ; Playbill of 
"Jan. 8th, 1849 . . . The Haunted Man!" Both printed in 
red and black. 1848-49. Obi. fol., 2 pieces. 

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words). MM(i28)$35 oo. 

Playbill for the "St. James' Theatre . . . March 13, 1837 . . . 

Postillion ... Is She His Wife? . . . The Strange Gentleman." 
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words. Includes the half of a double folio playbill, of the 
same date. It relates to exactly the same performance, but 
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Collection of 5 play bills of performances of "Is She his 

Wife?", "The Strange Gentleman," "Sam Weller! or, The 
Pickwickians"; "The Village Coquettes" (2 copies), acted at 
various times during 1836-8, at the St. James* and the New 
Strand Theatres. 5 pieces, 4 of which are mounted. 


Invitation Form for the "Knebworth Private Theatricals . . . 

October I4th, 1850" [Issued by Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton 
The name of Charles Dickens appears on the third page as 
stage manager.] 4 pp. 1850. I2mo. 

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[Broadside.] Playbill of the "Theatre Royal, Haymarket . . . 

May isth, 1848 . . . Shakespeare's Comedy of The Merry 
Wives of Windsor." Red and blue, with green borders. Lon- 
don, 1848 105/2 x 7 l /2 in. 

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dramatis personnae, also that he was stage manager). 

Playbill of the "New Strand Theatre . . . August 3rd, 1840 . . . 

Mr. Weller's Watch"; [Also] Playbill for the "New Strand 
Theatre . . . August roth, 1840. Mr. Weller's Watch!" 2 

In cl case. MM(i2i)$225o 

Prospectus of the "Guild of Literature and Art/' with Cast of 

"Not So Bad As We Seem," to be played at Devonshire 


DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

House, April 30, 1851. [Dickens appears as Lord Wilmot, in 
the cast.] 16 pp. 1851. 8vo. 

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Characters and Scenes in Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's 

Progress. A Drama in Three Acts. Expressly adapted to 
suit the Juvenile Stage, and the only Dramatic Version pub- 
lished in this form from any of Dickens' Celebrated Works. 
Numerous illustrations, frontis, and title, col. by hand. N.p. 
[privately printed,] n.d. 8vo. 

Ong cl., unc., in cl. folder and hf. mor case. UU(46)$I2.50. 

Collection of 10 playbills of various performances of Oliver 

Twist. 1839-68. 10 pieces fol. and 8vo. 

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Playbill of the "Queen's Theatre ... a New Version of the 

Pickwick Club, Monday, September n, 1837." Printed in 
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[Broadside.] Playbill of the "Theatre Royal, Birmingham. 

. . . April 16, 1838 . . . The Pickwickians." [Announcing the 
first performance of this play at the Theatre Royal, and giv- 
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Playbill . . . Sam Weller! or the Pickwickians. [Adapted by 

Pierce Egan from the "Pickwick Papers "] Fol. 

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"New Strand Theatre . July 31 and August i, 1837." Printed in 
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"New Strand Theatre . . . August 21, 1837." In cl case. MM(39) 

"Theatre Royal, Bath. First Night . . . December 26th, 1837." 2 
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[Broadside.] Playbill of the "Theatre Royal, Tavistock 

House. . . . The Sixth of January, 1854 . . . Fielding's Bur- 
lesque Tom Thumb. [Cast including Dickens as "The Mod- 
ern Garrick."] Printed in red, blue, and green, with gold 
border. 1854. u 1 /* x g l / 2 in. 

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Miscellaneous Dickensiana 

[Broadside.] Cleave's Twist and Nickleby Scrap Sheet. 24 

woodcut illustrations of characters from the two novels 
[London, about 1839.] 29x301*11. 

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A Collection of Magazine Articles concerning Charles Dick- 
ens. [Comprising Fraser's Magazine for April, 1840, con- 
taining "Charles Dickens and His Works;" articles from 
Scribner's Monthly, 1880, concerning Dickens and Dicken- 
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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

Crim-Con and Bon-Ton Gazette for Dec. 7!, 1839. [First 

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Dickens. (Boz.)" accompanied by a portrait of Dickens ] 
[London,] 1839. Fol. 

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Gad's Hill Gazette. Ed. by H. F Dickens. File of 9 nos , 

with 2 supplements: July 22, July 29, August 26 (with 
supplement), and December 30, 1865, January 6, 13, 20, 27 
(with supplement), and Feb 3, 1866. Gadshill, 1865-66. 8vo 

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Charles Dickens, and 2 in print, signed "H. F. Dickens" with 
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August 5, 1865 ] London, 1895. I2mo. 

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[Broadside.] Handbill of the "Newspaper Press Fund . . . 

The Annual Dinner For 1865 . . On Saturday, May 20 " 
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Life and Adventures of Oliver Twiss, the Workhouse Boy. 

I Ed by "Bos."] 79 weekly nos London, E. Lloyd, for J. 
Graves [ 1839 ] 8vo 

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[Broadside.] Official Order for a fee to be paid to the first 
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two autograph signatures of A. S Laing, the J. P. at Hatton 
Garden [Police] Office. Dated Oct 23, 1830. Sm. 4to. 

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The Penny Pickwick. Lond. [1836-37.] 8vo. 

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A Proclamation announcing "The New Work [Nicholas 

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Prospectus of "Mr. Charles Dickens's Farewell Readings." 

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Quozziana; or, Letters from Great Goslington, Mass. Giving 
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DICKENS (Charles) Continued 

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Report of the Select Committee [of the Guild of Literature 

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Twenty Scenes from the Works of Dickens. Designed and 
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Sydney, Australia, 1883. 4to. 

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(John), and SMITH (Horace and James). 

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The Perils of Certain English Prisoners. London, 1890. 8vo 

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DICKENS (Charles) and OTHERS. Confessions of an Attorney. 

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1852. I2mo. 
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DICKENS (Mary). Charles Dickens. By His Eldest Daughter. 

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Songs from "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Music by 

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DOUCE (Francis). The Dance of Death. 53 woodcuts and plate 

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Browning (Robert). Dramatis Person*, Hammersmith, 

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Browning (Robert). Men and Women. Hammersmith, 1908 

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Carlyle (Thomas). Sartor Resartus. Hammersmith, 1907. 

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Catalogue Raisonn6 of Books Printed and Published at the 

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Cobden-Sanderson (T. J.). London. Hammersmith, 1006 


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Keats (John). Poems. Hammersmith, 1914. 8vo. 

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Mackatt (J. W.). William Morris. Hammersmith, 1901. 8vo. 

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>Milton (John). Areopagitica. Hammersmith, 1907. 8vo. 

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Ruskin (John). Unto this Last. Hammersmith, 1907. 8vo 

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-Shakespeare (William). Hamlet. Hammersmith, 1909. Sm. 


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Shelley (P. B.). Poems. Hammersmith, 1914. Roy. 8vo. 

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Tacitus. De Vita et Moribus Julii Agricolae. [Hammersmith, 

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Tennyson (Alfred, Lord). Seven Poems and Two Trans- 
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Winship (G. P.). William Caxton. Hammersmith, 1909. 

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Wordsworth (William). A Decade of Years. Hammer- 
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Wordsworth (William). The Prelude. [Hammersmith,] 1915. 

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DOW (George F.) and EDMUNDS (John Henry). Pirates of 

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DOWDEN (Edward). Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley. Portraits. 

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DOWNES (W. H.). Life and Works of Winslow Homer. Bos- 
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DOWSE (W. B. H.). Lawrence Dowse, of Legbourne, Eng- 
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DOWSON (Ernest). The Pierrot of the Minute, lllus. by 

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DOYLE (Sir Arthur Conan). Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes. 

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DOYLE (J. E.). A Chronicle of England, B.C. ss-A.D. 1485. 

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D'OYLY (Sir Charles). Indian Sports, No. i; Indian Sports, 
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2, 6, and 10 contain contributions by Kipling, issue for April 
ii contains editorial on^his "The Sin of Witchcraft/' issue 
for April 12, notice of his sailing for Europe. 



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A London Garland. Selected from Five Centuries of English 

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Picturesque Brattleboro. With over 200 illustrations. [Con- 
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KIPLING (Rudyard) Continued 

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See also BORDEAUX (Henry) and PARMENTER (John). 

The Second Jungle Book. Tllus by J. Lockwood Kipling. 

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The Sin of Witchcraft. From The Times, March 15, 1900. 

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KIPLING (Rudyard) Continued 

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