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756.Oliver Twist or the Parish Boys Progress. The Characters, Scenes & Book of Words.

To suit the Juvenile Stage. Being the only one Dramatised in this form From any of the Works of Dickens. [n.p., n.d.] 36 unnumbered leaves. Colored front. 22.5 cm. The volume consists of a hand-colored litho graphed frontispiece (Jacobs Island. 1837. From an old Print.); a hand-colored lithographed t.p.; a lithographed address To Collectors of Dickensiana, signed F[rederick]. Cornman; inlaid pages of an edition of Pollocks Juvenile Drama of Oliver Twist; and 23 uncolored lithographed plates (without title or imprint) issued to accompany the printed Book of Words. Grayish blue boards. Darker grayish blue verti cal cord cloth spine. 757.[Onwhyn, Thomas.] Illustrations to Nicholas Nickleby Edited by Boz. By Peter Palette Esqr [pseud.]. [Lon don]: E. Grattan [183839]. 9 parts. 40 plates. Parts iii, 22 cm.; Parts iii ix, 22.5 cm. Cover title. Imprint of Parts viiix: Grattan & Gilbert. Illustrated wrappers, Parts iii light brown, Parts iiiix light green. Adverts. on outside back wrapper of all parts, as well as inside back wrapper of Parts iv and ix. Punch Office advert. slip on green paper inserted at back of Part ix: On the First of January, 1851, will commence the publication of a Collected Edition of the Writings of Douglas Jerrold.

Parts. T.p. of Parts viviii reads: To be completed in Eight Parts. In consequence of the Pickwick Papers being completed one month earlier than was anticipated, the illustrations will be limited to eight parts.Part vi, inside front wrapper. Light green decorated wrappers. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 759.Parrott, J. Edward. A Christmas Carol. Being a Ghost Story for Christmas, in four Staves, by Charles Dickens. Arranged for Dramatic Representation by J. Edward Parrott.... London: J. Curwen & Sons [1895]. [4], 27 p. Illus., music. 25.5 cm. At head of title: Both Notations. Interspersed with carols, songs, and choruses (S.C.). The illustrations, which Mr. Willis Eadon has supplied, are intended to indicate suitable dresses for the characters. Light pink decorated wrappers, printed in red. Adverts. on inside and outside back wrapper. Adverts., verso of p. 27. 760.Patterson, Samuel D. The Cricket on the Hearth, by Samuel D. Patter son, Esq. Music Composed by J. L. Milner, Esqr. Expressly for and Sung by Mr. T. B. Johnston, at the Philadelphia Museum, With rapturous applause. Respectfully Dedicated to Mrs. Josephine Russell.... Philada.: Osbourns Music Saloon, c1847. 4 p. 34 cm. Words and music. Disbound.

758.[Onwhyn, Thomas.] Illustrations to the Pickwick Club Edited by Boz. By Samuel Weller [pseud.]. To be com- 761.Pickwick. A Dickensian Comedy in Three pleted in Ten Parts.The Local Scenery Acts by Cosmo Hamilton and Frank C. Reilly sketched on the Spot. [London]: E. Grattan, Freely Based Upon The Pickwick Papers by 1837. Charles Dickens. Produced by Frank C. Reilly at 8 parts. 32 plates. 22.5 cm. the Empire Theatre, New York, 1927. [n.p.]: Cover title. [Plandome Press Incorporated, c1927.] T.p. of Parts iv reads: To be completed in Ten 28 p. Illus. (one in color). 32 cm.