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Already Issued: The Pickwick Papers. Our Mutual Friend.


The Pickwick Club.
Miss Wardle and her Nieces.
Mr. Pickwick and Sam Weller.
Mrs. Leo Hunter's Party.
Mr. Alfred Jingle.—Job Trotter.
Messrs. Dodson and Fogg.
Mr. Nupkins's Court.
Mrs. Bardell and Friends.
The Rev. Mrs. Stiggins and Mrs. Weller.
Meeting of the Brick Lane Branch U. G. J. E. T. A.
Captain Dowler.
The “Swarry.”
Mr. Bob Sawyer and Mr. Ben Allen.
Mivins and Smangle.
The Fat Boy.
Old Weller and the Coachmen.

The Bird of Prey.
The Veneering Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. Boffin.
The Six Jolly Fellowship Porters.
Mr. Wegg and Mr. Venus in Consultation.
Mrs. Higden, Sloppy, and the Innocents.
Bradley Headstone and Charley Hexam.
The Person of the House and the Bad Child.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lammle.
Fledgeby and Riah.
Rogue Riderhood and Miss Pleasant at Home.
John Harmon.
Wrayburn and Lightwood.
The Cherub and the Lovely Woman.
Mrs. Wilfer, Miss Lavinia, and Mr. Geo. Sampson.

Illustrated Edition, each volume containing sixteen full-page Illustrations made expressly for this edition by S. ETYNGE. $1 50. Plain Edition, $1 25.

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"The publication of a new volume of poems by John G. Whittier is a more than national event. To this sweet New England singer the sea, the woods, the very summer air, sing their subtlest, most secret songs, and the susceptible poet is their inspired medium and interpreter. Not less is he the poet of humanity.”—

"-Hartford Press.


SIX VOLUMES, Including Selections from TENNYSON, LONGFELLOW, Bryant, WHITTIER, HOLMES, and BROWNING. Each volume is profusely illustrated, and elegantly bound in morocco cloth.

Price $1 00 PER VOLUME.

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