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818.. Second Series. Auburn: Alden, Institution, will be celebrated by a Public Dinner Beardsley & Co.

; Rochester: Wanzer, Beards- at the London Tavern, Bishopsgate Street, On ley & Co., 1854. Monday, March 29th, 1847, W . C. Macready, 351 p. Front. 19 cm. Esq. in the Chair. Supported by Charles Dickens, The Publishers Notice, p. [5]. Esq.... [London]: Brewster & West, Printers Same frontispiece. [1847]. None of the contributions are by Dickens. Broadside. 45.5 by 28 cm. Blackish blue vertical rib cloth, covers blocked List of Vice-Presidents Sir Edward Bulwer in blind as First Series, spine differently Lytton, Bart.... Charles Dickens, Esq.... blocked in gold. 823.[Royal] General Theatrical Fund. Advert., verso of p. 351. General Theatrical Fund. Ninth Anniversary, Monday, April 17, 1848, Sir Edward Bulwer 819.[Penn, Richard.] Lytton, Bart. in the Chair.... [n.p., n.d.] Maxims and Hints for an Angler, and Miseries Broadside. 32 by 11 cm. of Fishing. Illustrated by Drawings on Stone. Printed on yellow paper. To which are Added Maxims and Hints for a Vice-Presidents Charles Dickins [sic ], Chess Player. London: John Murray, 1833. Esq .... [3], 59, [1] p. Front., plates, illus. 18 cm. In lytton collection [ebl 351]. Type-signed on p. 20, 24, 37, 59: R.P. The 12 plates, on India paper, and 3 wood en 824.Smith, Harry Bache. gravings are by Robert Seymour. How Sherlock Holmes Solved the Mystery of Dark green calf, gilt, by Zaehnsdorf. Original Edwin Drood.... Glen Rock, Pennsylvania: gold-blocked yellowish green sand cloth front Walter Klinefelter, 1934. cover and spine bound in. 57 p., 1 leaf. 21.5 cm. Included in the collection because of the Pick T.p. printed in black and red. wickian character of the illustrations. Published in Munseys Magazine, December, 1924. 820.The Penn Club. Of this volume thirty-three copies have been Engraved invitation to a Reception to be printed by The Southworth-Anthoensen Press, given to Mr. Charles Dickens at the Club Portland, Maine. This is copy No. [in manuHouse [720 Locust St., Philadelphia], Monscript:] 32 Harry B. Smith. day, Feby. 20th. [1868] at 9 p.m. Black smooth cloth. Paper label on spine. Card engraved on one side. 10.5 by 14 cm. 821.Private Trial of the Murder in Oliver Twist. Printed card. 9 by 12 cm. Admit M[r. Kent] to St. Jamess Hall (Picca dilly Entrance), on Saturday Evening, 14th November, 1868, at Half-past Eight oClock. [signed in manuscript:] Charles Dickens [and in a different hand:] Chappell & Co. 822.[Royal] General Theatrical Fund. General Theatrical Fund. The Nobility, Gentry, and Public in general, are most respectfully informed that the Eighth Anniversary Of the above 825.Stonehouse, John Harrison. Catalogue of the Library of Charles Dickens from Gadshill reprinted from Sotherans Price Current of Literature Nos. clxxiv and clxxv. Catalogue of His Pictures and Objects of Art sold by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods July 9, 1870. Catalogue of the Library of W. M. Thackeray sold by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods March 18, 1864 and Relics from His Library Comprising Books Enriched with His Characteristic Drawings reprinted from Sotherans Price Current of Literature No.