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List of Contributors and Their Contributions based on the Household Words Office Book in the Morris L.

Parrish Collection of Victorian Novelists, Princeton University Library. Compiled by Anne Lohrli. [Toronto]: University of Toronto Press [1973]. x, 534 p. Plates. 25.5 cm. Introduction, p. [1]50. Deep red smooth cloth. 814.The Mask: A Humorous and Fantastic Review of the Month. Edited by Alfred Thompson and Leopold Lewis. Volume i. February to De cember, 1868. London: Office [1868]. vi, 375 p. Illus., folding plates. 27 cm. Every article in the present Volume has been written by one or the other of the two editors. Every illustration has been drawn by one of them (Mr. Alfred Thompson).p.iii. No Thoroughfare. The Book in Eight Acts, p. 1418; The Adelphi Thoroughfare, p. [33]34. Dark green fine morocco cloth. Dark green leather spine and corners, spine tooled in gold. Glazed edges, red. Red, blue, and yellow nonpareil marbled endpapers. In reade collection [cr 232]. 815.Mr. Charles Dickenss Farewell Readings. [London: Printed by J. Mallett], [n.d.] 4 p. 22 cm. Caption title. Reviews from the Times, Daily Telegraph, Morning Post, Morning Star, and Standard, the first of January 8, the others all of January 6, 1869, of Dickens reading the previous evening in St. Jamess Hall, London, which included the first public performance of Sikes and Nancy. Unbound. Embossed in blind at foot of p. [1] and 3: H. Banks Pianoforte & Music Warehouse York. With a broadside (13 by 20 cm.) concerning Mr. Charles Dickenss Reading in the Festival Concert Room, York, 11th March, 1869, and a ticket for the performance (6 by 9 cm.), embossed in blind as above.

816.Noel Conway & Co. Rare and Interesting Autograph Letters, Original Manuscripts, and Historical Documents, including Letters, Etc., of C. Dickens Sir W . Scott W . M. Thackeray B. Disraeli.... Also the most Complete and Unique Collection of Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy ever Offered for Sale. The Earliest Known Original Manuscript of Charles Dickens.... Birmingham: Noel Conway & Co. [1892]. 80 p. Illus., facsims. 24.5 cm. Tipped in on t.p. is a leaf concerning the Ex traordinary Mendelssohn Collection, p. 44 56. Tipped in on p. [3] is a slip: All Autographs in this Catalogue are For Sale. None of the items in the catalogue are numbered. The Dickens items are listed and described on p. 21[24]. Tipped in on p. 25 is a folding plate: Facsimile of The earliest known Manuscript of Charles Dickens, authenticated by His Father, John Dickens, 1833 [the first page of an unpublished Travesty of Othello, written by Charles Dickens, in 183233]. Yellowish brown wrappers, embossed to simu late crocodile, printed in black and red. Text on inside front and inside back wrappers. 817.Pearl-Fishing. Choice Stories, from Dickens Household Words. First Series. Auburn: Alden, Beardsley & Co.; Rochester: Wanzer, Beardsley & Co., 1854. iv, [5]351 p. Front. 19 cm. The Publishers Notice, p. [iii]iv. The frontispiece is a portrait of Charles Dickens engraved by J. C. Buttre. The contents of this volume are the same as those of Choice Stories from Dickens Household Words, Auburn & Buffalo [c1854] (See No. 794). None of the contributions are by Dickens. Blackish blue vertical rib cloth, covers blocked in blind, spine blocked in gold. Advert., verso of p. 351.