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Pinkish brown illustrated wrappers, printed in brown. On outside front wrapper: Souvenir de Luxe.

With a program for the play, The Walnut St. Theatre, Philadelphia, Beginning Monday Evening, February 28, 1927. 762.Roe, John, Jr. Roes Pickwickian Quadrilles: Containing Mr. PickwickNorah, Mr. WinkleMarian and Mr. Snodgrass. As Performed at the Nobilitys Balls. Composed and Arranged for the PianoForte: And Dedicated to the Duchess of Somerset, by John Roe junr.... London: J. Duff [1837]. 1 prel. leaf, 7 p. 35 cm. At head of t.p. is an unsigned lithograph very freely based on Phizs Christmas Eve at Mr. Wardles. Disbound. Inscribed at head of t.p.: Miss Mears. 763.Scott, Shafto. My Unknown Friend. A Drama, in Three Acts.... Being a Dramatized Version of the Novel Great Expectations, by the Late Charles Dickens. [London: John Dicks], [n.d.]. 19 p. Illus. 18.5 cm. Caption title. At foot of p. [1]: No. 412. Dicks Standard Plays. The single illustration, on p. [1], is unsigned. Lacks wrappers; stitched. Adverts., at foot of p. 19 and [4] p. at back. 764.Selby, Charles. Barnaby Rudge. A Domestic Drama, in Three Acts. By Charles Selby and Charles Melville. London: Samuel French; New York: Samuel French & Son [n.d.]. 46 p. 18.5 cm. Light brown wrappers. On outside front wrapper: 1512. Frenchs Acting Edition (Late Lacys). Adverts. on outside and inside front and inside and outside back wrappers.

765.Smith, Albert. The Drama Founded on the New Christmas Annual of Charles Dickens, Esq., Called The Battle of Life, Dramatized by Albert Smith, Esq., (Member of the Dramatic Authors Society,) From early Proofs of the Work, by the Express Permission of the Author, Charles Dickens, Esq., as Performed at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum. Monday, December 21, 1846.... London: W. S. Johnson, Nassau Steam Press [n.d.]. 38 p. 18 cm. Coated yellowish green decorated wrappers. Advert. on outside back wrapper. Adverts., p. 3941, [3] p. at back. 766.Smith, Albert. The Entirely New and Original Drama, in Three Parts, Entitled the Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home. Dramatized by Albert Smith, Esq, (Member of tht [sic] Dramatic Authors Society,) From early Proofs of the Work, by the Express Permission of the Author, Charles Dickens, Esq. As Performed at the Theatre Royal, Lyceum.... London: W. S. Johnson, Nassau Steam Press [1845]. 39 p. 17.5 cm. Light brown decorated wrappers. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 767.Smith, Jessie Willcox. Dickenss Children. Ten Drawings by Jessie Willcox Smith. New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1912. [26] p., 1 leaf. Colored plates. 24.5 cm. T.p. printed in black and orange. Olive green vertical fine rib cloth, with on front cover a circular colored drawing of Tiny Tim and his father, on paper, pasted within a wreath blocked in gold. T.e.g. 768. Spiritual Communications and the Comfort They Bring; By the Disembodied Spirit of Charles Dickens, through a Melbourne Me dium.... Melbourne: Chas. Troedel [1873]. 8 p. 18 cm.