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197 CARLYLE's (T.) Latter-Day Pamphlets, FIRST EDITION, cr. 8vo, binder's cloth, 78 6d

1850 193 CARLYLE, My Relations with, by J. A. Froude, with a letter from Sir J. Stephen,

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AND PORTRAITS, and some MS. additions, 3 vols, cr. 8vo, calf extra, gilt tops, £6 1841 These volumes also contain an autograph letter from William Wordsworth to the Author, acknowledging receipt of a copy of the book, 2 pages, 8vo, dated Rydal Mount, August 4th, '41; also an autograph letter signed, 1 p., 8vo, from Thomas Moore to the Author.

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These plates are undated, but appear to belong
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242 [COLLIER (J.)] The Works of Tim | 257 COVENANT.-Ordinance

Bobbin, Esq., in prose and verse, with a memoir of the Author by John Corry, with a rendering into simple English of the dialogue of Tummus and Meary, notes, &c., by E. Ridings, portrait and illustrations, 8vo, cloth, 3s 6d Manchester, 1862 243 COLOURED BOOKS (Old), by George Paston, 16 plates, printed in colours, fcap. 8vo, cloth, 18 6d

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260 COXE's (Peter) The Social Day, a poem, portrait, engraved title, and 30 fine plates, roy. 8vo, half calf, UNCUT, 68 1823 Contains: "The Broken China Jar," the first plate engraved on steel.


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250 COOKERY.-Banquets of the Nations,
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283* DEFOE's (Daniel) Of Royall Education :
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279 DAUDET's (A.) Recollections of a Lite-
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280 DAVIDSON's (John) Plays (An Unhistori-
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282 [DEFOE's (Daniel)] A Short Narrative of
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293 DE WITT's (Cornelis) La Société Fran-
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295 DIALECT.-Barnes's (Wm.) Poems of
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296 DIBDIN's (C.) Songs, vignettes, 2 vols in 1,
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297 DICKENS's (C.) Posthumous Papers of
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316 DICKENS (C.) Readings from the Works of, arranged by himself, with introduction by J. Hollingshead, portrait, cr. 8vo, cloth, 28 1907 317 WELSH (C.) Character Portraits from Dickens, portrait, cr. 8vo, cloth, 2s 1903 318 BROWNE (H. B.) Short Plays from Dickens, for the use of amateur and school dramatic societies, illustrations by "Phiz," G. Cruikshank, &c., cr. 8vo, cloth, 2s 1910 319 ALLBUT'S (R.) London and Country Rambles with Dickens, illustrated, fcap. 8vo, cloth, 18 6d


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329 DRAMA.-Wilks (Robert) Memoirs of the

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