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749.Morford, Henry. John Jaspers Secret. Sequel to Charles Dickens Mystery of Edwin Drood. By Henry Morford.

Formerly Attributed to Charles Dickens, The Younger and Wilkie Collins. New York: R. F. Fenno & Company, 1905. [3]431 p. 19.5 cm. T.p. printed in black and orange. Yellowish green vertical fine rib cloth, spine blocked in gold. On spine: John Jaspers Secret Wilkie Collins[.] Bookplate of Howard Duffield. 750.[Newell, Robert Henry.] The Cloven Foot: Being an Adaptation of the English Novel The Mystery of Edwin Drood, (By Charles Dickens,) to American Scenes, Characters, Customs, and Nomenclature. By Orpheus C. Kerr [pseud.].... New York: Carleton; London: S. Low, Son & Co., 1870. 279 p. Illus. 19 cm. The single illustration is unsigned. Dark green sand cloth, covers blocked in blind, spine blocked in gold. A Catalogue of Books, 1871, 8 p. at back. 751.[Newell, Robert Henry.] The Mystery of Mr. E. Drood. An Adaptation. By Orpheus C. Kerr [pseud.]. London: John Cam den Hotten [1871]. [7]217 p. Front. 16.5 cm. Varnished white illustrated wrappers. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. Adverts., [2] p. at front; Special List for 1871, [34] p., and [2] p., at back. Bookplate of Howard Duffield. 752.[Newton, Elizabeth.] A Great Mystery Solved: Being a Sequel To The Mystery of Edwin Drood. By Gillan Vase [pseud.].... London: Remington and Co., 1878. 3 vols. 19 cm. Bluish gray sand cloth, covers blocked in black, spine blocked in black and gold.

Adverts., [1] p. facing each t.p. Bookplate of Howard Duffield. 753.[Newton, Elizabeth.] A Great Mystery Solved: Being a Continuation of and Conclusion to The Mystery of Edwin Drood (the Unfinished Work of Charles Dickens). By Gillan Vase [pseud.]. Edited by Shirley Byron Jevons. London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co., Ltd. [1914]. xi p., 2 leaves, 302 p. 19.5 cm. Editors Note, p. [v], and The Mystery of Edwin Drood (Summarised), p. [vii]xi, by S. B. Jevons. Moderate blue smooth cloth, front cover deco rated and lettered in light blue, spine blocked in gold. 754. The Old Curiosity Shop. Three Portraits of Little Nell. From a Painting by W. Maddox. Barbara. Ditto by Kenny Meadows. Mrs. Quilp. Ditto by H. Warren. Engraved by Edward Finden. London: Chapman and Hall, 1848. 3 plates. 19.5 cm. Cover title. Pale blue wrappers. Advert. on outside back wrapper. 755. Oliver Twist, or the Parish Boys Progress. A Drama, in Three Acts. 6 Plates of Characters, 13 Scenes, 1 Set Piece, 3 Wings. Total 23 Plates. Adapted Only for Pollocks Characters and Scenes. London: At His Wholesale and Retail Print and Tinsel Warehouse [n.d.]. 16 p. 16.5 cm. At head of title: Pollocks Juvenile Drama. Brownish pink wrappers. The 23 lithographed and hand-colored plates (17.5 by 22 cm.) are separate from the printed Book of Words and are unbound. Nine of the plates bear the imprint of B. Pollock, 14 that of J. Redington. Only one of the 3 plates of Wings is for Oliver Twist (Redingtons, No. 3); the others are Pollocks Side Wings to suit any play, Nos. 1 and 3.