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808.Horne, Richard Henry. A New Spirit of the Age. Edited By R. H. Horne.... London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1844.

2 vols. Fronts., plates. 21 cm. The frontispiece of Vol. i is a portrait of Charles Dickens etched by Miss M[argaret] Gillies. Charles Dickens, Vol. i, p. [1]76. G.P.R. James,Mrs. Gore,Captain Marryatt [sic],and Mrs. Trollope, Vol. i, p. [213]244. Sir Edward Lytton Bulwer, Vol. ii, p. [187]214; W. H. Ainsworth, Vol. ii, p. [215]222. Bright red diagonal cord cloth, blocked in blind. A Catalogue of Interesting Works, Oct. 1843, 24 p., and advert., 1 leaf, at back of Vol. ii. Inscribed on t.p. of Vol. i: Thos Chapman Esqr. with Tho Powells respects March 4/44; on t.p. of Vol. ii: Thomas Chapman Esqre F.R.S.F.S.A. from R. H. Horne March 4/44. Bookplate of Thomas Chapman, F.R.S. F.S.A. 809.[Hotten, John Camden.] Charles Dickens: The Story of his Life. By the Author of the Life of Thackeray.... With Illustrations and Facsimiles. (Second Edition). London: John Camden Hotten [1871?]. 367 p. Front., plates. 19.5 cm. Yellowish green sand cloth, spine blocked in gold. Adverts., [20] p. at back. Inscribed in pencil on halftitle: Saml Ward to Wm. M. Evarts July. 71. 810.[Howitt, William.] The Miners Daughters, A Tale of the Peak, from Household Words, by Charles Dickens [sic ]. New York: Dewitt & Davenport, 1850. 32 p. 20 cm. Cover title. According to the Household Words Office Book, the author is William Howitt. Light brown wrappers. Adverts. on inside front and inside and outside back wrappers.

811.In Remembrance of the Late Mr. Douglas Jerrold.... On Saturday Evening, June 27th, A Concert Will Take Place in St. Martins Hall.... [London: Nassau Steam Press, W. S. Johnson], [1857.] [4] p. 46 by 18.5 cm. Wilkie Collins, Esq., Charles Dickens, Esq., Sir Edward Bulwer Lytton, Bart., M.P., and William M. Thackeray, Esq., are listed as members of the Committee. Part i of the Programme includes SongLittle Dorrits Love (first time) [by] Macfarren; Part ii, SongThree Fishers went sailing Poem by the Rev. C. Kingsley, set to Music for Miss Dolby by John Hullah.p. [1]. On Tuesday Evening, June 30th, Mr. Charles Dickens Will Read His Christmas Carol in St. Martins Hall.... On Saturday Evening July 11th, 1857, at 8 oClock exactly, Will be Presented an Entirely New Romantic Drama, in Three Acts, by Mr. Wilkie Collins, Called The Frozen Deep [with Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins listed as members of the cast]....p. [2]. To conclude with the Farce, in One Act, Two oClock in the Morning [with Charles Dickens in the role of Mr. Snobbington]....p. [3]. On Wednesday Evening, July 22nd, Mr. W. M. Thackeray Will Deliver a Lecture on WeekDay Preachers, in St. Martins Hall....p. [4]. Bound in yellowish green buckram. 812. The Life and Times of Charles Dickens. Being the Complete Life, both Public and Pri vate, of the Great Novelist. Price One Penny. [London]: G. Purkess [1870]. 16 p. 22.5 cm. At head of title: Police News Edition. Portrait of Dickens on t.p. (p. [1]), the text of which is framed by a single broad black rule. No wrappers; unstitched. 813.Lohrli, Anne. Household Words; A Weekly Journal 18501859 Conducted by Charles Dickens. Table of Contents,