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Next month being Christmas-month, the next pamphlet will be entitled Christmas Stories by the Spirit of Charles Dickens.t.p. Pinkish tan wrappers. Bound in brown morocco. Bookplate of Dr. George Mackaness. 769.Stirling, Edward. The Cricket on the Hearth, A Fairy Tale of Home.... As Performed at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi.... Splendidly Illustrated with an Etching, by Mr. G. Dorrington, Taken during the Representation of the Piece. London: National Acting Drama Office [n.d.]. 36 p. Front. 19 cm. Light brown illustrated wrappers. On outside front wrapper: No. 124. Websters Acting Na tional Drama, under the Auspices of the Dramatic Authors Society. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 770.Stirling, Edward. Nicholas Nickleby. A Farce, In Two Acts. Taken from the popular work of that name, by Boz.... As performed at the Royal Adelphi Theatre.... Illustrated with an Engraving, by Pierce Egan the Younger, from a Drawing taken during the Representation. London: Published at the Na tional Acting Drama Office [etc.], [n.d.]. 36 p. Front. 18.5 cm. Moderate brown illustrated wrappers. On out side front wrapper: No. 62. Websters Acting National Drama, under the Auspices of the Dramatic Authors Society. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 771.Stirling, Edward. Nicholas Nickelby. A Farce.In two Acts. Taken from the Popular Work of that Name by Boz.... New York: Samuel French & Son; London: Samuel French [n.d.]. 32 p. 19 cm. On outside front wrapper the title of the farce is given as Nicholas Nickleby.

Light orange wrappers. On outside front wrap per: No. 264. Frenchs Minor Drama. The Acting Edition. Adverts. on outside and inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 772.Stirling, Edward. Nicholas Nickelby. A Farce.In two Acts. Taken from the Popular Work of that Name by Boz.... With Original Casts, Costumes, and all the Stage Business. Boston: William V. Spencer [n.d.]. 32 p. 19 cm. On outside front wrapper the title of the farce is given as Nicholas Nickleby. At head of title: Spencers Boston Theatre. No. 184. Light brown decorated wrappers. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. Catalogue of Acting Plays, 4 p. at back. 773.Stone, Frank. Milly and the Student. Wood block engraved by Martin & Corbould of Stones illustration in The Haunted Man and the Ghosts Bargain (London, 1848), p. 96. 8 by 7 cm. With an undated tls by Arthur Waugh, Deputy Chairman, Chapman & Hall Ltd., guaranteeing the blocks authenticity, and a matted impression of the illustration. In a deep purplish red buckram book-shaped case, to accompany set number 575 of The Nonesuch Dickens. 26 cm. Bookplate of John Kobler. 774.Taylor, Tom. A Tale of Two Cities. A Drama, in Two Acts and a Prologue, Adapted from the Story of that Name by Charles Dickens, Esq.... London: Thomas Hailes Lacy [n.d.]. 56 p. 18.5 cm. Pinkish tan wrappers. On outside front wrapper: 661. Frenchs Acting Edition (Late Lacys). Adverts. on outside and inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. Imprint on outside front wrapper: London: