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: From Happy Hours Company, Theatrical Publishers, No. 5 Beekman Street, New York. 775.[Townsend, William Thompson.] The Cricket on the Hearth. A Fairy Tale of Home in Three Chirps. Adapted from Mr. Charles Dickenss Popular Story. London: Thomas Hailes Lacy [n.d.]. 24 p. Front. 18.5 cm. The frontispiece is by T. H. Jones. Light brown wrappers. On outside front wrap per: 649. Lacys Acting Edition. Adverts. on outside and inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. Adverts., [2] p. at back. 776.Vernon, Sydney. The Nicholas Nickleby Quadrilles, and Nickleby Galop, Humbly Dedicated to the Brothers Cheeryble.... London: M. A. Fentum, 1840. [8] p. 34.5 cm. The date in the imprint has been changed in ink to 1849. Disbound. 777.Wallace, John, Jr. Messrs. Dodson & Fogg. Adapted from the Pickwick Papers.... No. 1. London & Otley: William Walker & Sons [n.d.]. 12 p. 18 cm. At head of title: The Charles Dickens Series of Character Dialogues. Dark pink illustrated wrappers. Adverts. on in side front and inside and outside back wrappers. Adverts., [4] p. at back. 778.Webster, Benjamin Nottingham. Mrs. Sarah Gamps Tea and Turn Out; A Boz zian Sketch, In One Act.... First Performed at the Theatre Royal, Adelphi. Correctly Printed from the Prompters Copy, with the Cast of Characters, Costume, Scenic Arrangement, Sides of Entrance and Exit, and Relative Po-

sitions of the Dramatis Personae. Illustrated with an Engraving, by Mr. [W.H.?] Brewer, Taken during the Representation of the Piece. London: The National Acting Drama Office; Nassau Steam Press [n.d.]. 20 p. Front. 18.5 cm. Light brown decorated wrappers. On outside front wrapper: No. 136. Websters Acting Na tional Drama, under the Auspices of the Dramatic Authors Society. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 779.Willner, Alfred Maria. The Cricket on the Hearth. (Das Heimchen am Herd.) Opera in three Acts. Adapted from Charles Dickens Story by A. M. Willner. English Version by Percy Pinkerton. Music by Carl Goldmark.... London: E. Ascherberg & Co. [n.d.]. 26 p. 21 cm. Libretto. Produced by The Royal Carl Rosa Opera Co. Light gray illustrated wrappers. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers. 780.[Wood, Henry.] Change for the American Notes: in Letters from London to New York. By an American Lady.... London: Wiley & Putnam; Edinburgh: A. and C. Black; Dublin: W. Curry and Co., 1843. xii, [9]392 p. 21 cm. Deep yellow green vertical rib cloth, covers and spine blocked in blind. Bookplate of William Menzies. 781.Young, Charlotte. Little Nell, Ballad, The Words by Miss Charlotte Young, the Music Composed, and Inscribed to Charles Dickens, Esqre. By George Linley.... London: Cramer, Beale & Co. [1857?]. 1 prel. leaf, 5 p. 35 cm. Words and music. Disbound. Spine backed by a paper strip.