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DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.—Continued.

THE POPULAR LIBRARY EDITION

In 30 Vols., large crown %vo, price £6; separate Vols. \s. each.

An Edition printed on good paper, each volume containing 16 full-page Illustrations, selected from the Household Edition, on Plate Paper.

SKETCHES BV "BOZ."
PICKWICK. 2 vols.
OLIVER TWIST.
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. 2 vols.
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. 2 vols.
DOMBEY AND SON. 2 vols.
DAVID COPPERFIELD. 2 vols.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS.
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. 2 vols.
CHRISTMAS STORIES.
BLEAK HOUSE. 2 vols.
LITTLE DORRIT. 2 vols.

OLD CURIOSITY SHOP And
REPRINTED PIECES. 2 vols.

BARNABY RUDGE. 2 vols.

UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLER.

GREAT EXPECTATIONS.

TALE OF TWO CITIES.

CHILD'S HISTORY OF
ENGLAND.

EDWIN DROOD AND MISCEL-
LANIES.

PICTURES FROM ITALY And
AMERICAN NOTES.

HOUSEHOLD EDITION.
(WITH LIFE.)
In 22 Volumes. Crown tfo, cloth, £4 is. 6a'.
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT, with 59 Illustrations. 5s.
DAVID COPPERFIELD, with 60 Illustrations and a Portrait, 5s.
BLEAK HOUSE, with 61 Illustrations, 5s.
LITTLE DORRIT, with 58 Illustrations, 5s.
PICKWICK PAPERS, with 56 Illustrations, 5s.
OUR MUTUAL FRIEND, with 58 Illustrations, 5s,
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. with 59 Illustrations, 5s.
DOMBEY AND SON, with 61 Illustrations, 5s.

EDWIN DROOD; REPRINTED PIECES; and other Stories, with 30 Illustra-
tions, 5s.
THE LIFE OF DICKENS. Bv John Forster. With 40 Illustrations, 5s.
BARNABY RUDGE, with 46 Illustrations, 4s.
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP, with 32 Illustrations, 4s.
CHRISTMAS STORIES, with 23 Illustrations, 4s.
OLIVER TWIST, with 28 Illustrations, 3s.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS, with 26 Illustrations, 3s.
SKETCHES BY "BOZ." with 36 Illustrations, 3s.
UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLER, with 26 Illustrations, 3s.
CHRISTMAS BOOKS, with 28 Illustrations, 3s.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND, with 15 Illustrations, 3s.
AMERICAN NOTES and PICTURES FROM ITALY, with 18 Illustrations, 3s.
A TALE OF TWO CITIES, with 25 Illustrations, 3s.
HARD TIMES, with 20 Illustrations, 2s. 6d.

CHAPMAN &• HALL, LIMITED. 35

DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.—Continued.

THE GROWN EDITION,

(WITH LIFE.) The Volumes contain ALL THE ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS,

And the Letterpress is printed from Type expressly cast for this Edition, la 18 Vols.

LARGE CROWN OCTAVO.
PRICE FIVE SHILLINGS EACH.

The Volumes JVorv Ready are:

I.—THE PICKWICK PAPERS. With Forty-three Illustrations by Sevmour and Phiz.

2.—NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. With Forty Illustrations by Phiz.

3.—DOMBEY AND SON. With Forty Illustrations by Phiz.

4.—DAVID COPPERF1ELD. With Forty Illustrations by Phiz.

5.— SKETCHES BY "BOZ." With Forty Illustrations by Geo.

Cruirshanr. 6.—MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. With Forty Illustrations by Phiz.

7.—THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. With Seventy five Illustrations by George Cattermole and H. K. Browne.

8.—BARNABY RUDGE: a Tale of the Riots of 'Eighty. With Seventyeight Illu>trations by George Cattermole and H. K. Browne. 9.-OLIVER TWIST and TALE OF TWO CITIES. With

Twenty-four Illustrations by Cruirshanr and Sixteen by Phiz. 10.—BLEAK HOUSE. With Forty Illustrations by Phiz. 11.—LITTLE DORRIT. With Forty Illustrations by Phiz.

12.—OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. With Forty Illustrations by Marcus Stone.

13.—AMERICAN NOTES; PICTURES FROM ITALY; and A CHILD'S HISTORY OF ENGLAND. With sixteen Illustrations by Marcus Stone.

14.—CHRISTMAS BOOKS and HARD TIMES. With Illustrations by Landsrer, Maclise, Stanfield, Leech, Dovle, F. Walrer, etc.

15.—CHRISTMAS STORIES AND OTHER STORIES, including HUMPHREY'S CLOCK. With Illustrations by Dalziel, Charles Green, Mahonev, Phiz, Cattermole, etc

16.-GREAT EXPECTATIONS. UNCOMMERCIAL TRAVELLER. With sixteen Illustrations by Marcus Stone.

17.—EDWIN DROOD and REPRINTED PIECES. With Sixteen Illustrations by Lure Fildes and F. Walker.

18.—THE LIFE OF CHARLES DICKENS. By Jchn Forster. With Portraits and Illustrations. Will be added at the request of numerous Subscribers.

DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.—Continued.

THE CABINET EDITION.

In 32 vols, small fcap. 8vo, Marble Paper Sides, Cloth Backs, with uncut edges, price Eighteenpence each.

Each Volume contains Eight Illustrations reproduced from the Originals. In Sets only, bound in blue cloth, with cut edges, £2 8s.

CHRISTMAS BOOKS.
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT, 2 vols.
DAVID COPPERFIELD, 2 vols.
OLIVER TWIST.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS.
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, 2 vols.
SKETCHES BV "BOZ."
CHRISTMAS STORIES.
THE PICKWICK PAPERS, 2 vols.
BARNABY RUDGE, 2 vols.
BLEAK HOUSE, 2 vols.
AMERICAN NOTES And PIC-
TURES FROM ITALY.

EDWIN DROOD ; AND OTHER

STORIES.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP,

2 vols.
A CHILD'S HISTORY OF

ENGLAND.
DOMBEY AND SON, 2 vols.
A TALE OF TWO CITIES.
LITTLE DORRIT, 2 vols.
MUTUAL FRIEND, 2 vols.
HARD TIMES.

UNCOMMERCIALTRAVELLER
REPRINTED PIECES.

CHARLES DICKENS'S CHRISTMAS BOOKS.

REPRINTED FROM THE ORIGINAL PLATES.

Illustrated by John Leech, D. Maclise, R.A., R. Dovle,

C. Stanfield, R.A., etc.

Fcap. cloth, 1s. each. Complete in a case, 5s.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL IN PROSE.

THE CHIMES: A Goblin Story.

THE CRICKET ON THE HEARTH: A Fairy Tale of

Home.

THE BATTLE OF LIFE. A Love Story.

THE HAUNTED MAN AND THE GHOST'S STORY.

SIXPENNY REPRINTS.

COPYRIGHT EDITION Of DAVID COPPERFIELD.

By Chari.es Dicrhns. Cleaily rrintcd or gcod paptr. from new type. With
numerous Illu&tiat ons by Yrru Uarnarl. Medium gvo.

READINGS FROM The WORKS Ok CHARLES DICKENS.

As selected and read by himself and now published for the first time. Illustrated.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL, And THE HAUNTED MAN.

By Charles Dicrens. Illustrated. THE CHIMES: A Goblin Storv, And THE CRICKET

ON THE HEARTH. Illustrated.

THE BATTLE OF LIFE: A Love Storv, HUNTED

DOWN, And A HOLIDAY ROMANCE. Illustrated

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DICKENS'S (CHARLES) WORKS.—Continued.

A NEW EDITION, ENTITLED

THE PICTORIAL EDITION,

Now heing issued in Monthly Parts, royal 8vo, at

ONE SHILLING EACH.

Each Part containing 192 pages of Letterpress, handsomely

printed, and, besides full-page Plates on plate paper, about

24 Illustrations inserted in the Text.

The Edition will he completed in ahout Thirty-seven Parts, of which
Twenty-five are now ready, and will contain in all—

UPWARDS OF NINE HUNDRED ENGRAVINGS.
The Volumes now ready are:

DOMBEY AND SON. With OLIVER TWIST and A TALE

62 Illustrations hy F. Barnard. 3s. 6d. OF TWO CITIES. With 28 Illustra

r>A-vrTrt rTlPPTTR TrTT?T Tt' [ions hy J.mahomry, and ^Illustrations DAV1U CC)rril,KrlhiL,U. hy F. Barnard. 3s. 6d.

With 6i Illustrations hy F. Barnard. QUR MUTUAL FRIEND.

NICHOLAS NICKLEBY.

With 59 Illustrations hy F. Barnard.

BA3RNABY RUDGE. With

With 58 Illustrations hy J. Mahonev.

3s. 6d.

BLEAK HOUSE. With 6i

Illustrations hy F. Barnard. 3s. 6d.

PICKWICK PAPERS. With

46 Illustrations hy F. Barnard. 3s. 6d. S7 Illustrations hy Phiz. 3s. od.

OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. ['v"7" '"'"•: i"iud'!•Parts

With 39 Illustrations hy Charles Green. LITTLE DORR.IT. With 58 3s. 6d. Illustrations hy J. Mahoney. 3s. 6d.

MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. GREAT EXPECTATIONS

With 59 Illustrations hy F. Barnard. & HARD TIMES. With30 Illustrations

3s. 5d. I hy J. A. Fraser and 20 hy H. French.

THE TWO SHILLING EDITION.

Each Volume contains a Frontispiece. Crown 8vo, 2s.
The Volumes now ready are—

DOMBEY AND SON.
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT.
THE PICKWICK PAPERS.
BLEAK HOUSE.

OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.
BARNABY RUDGE.
DAVID COPPERFIELD
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY (/-

OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. (In the Press.)

MR. DICKENS'S READINGS.

Fcap. &vo, sewed.

CHRISTMAS CAROL IN STORY OF LITTLE DOMPROSE, is. BEY. is.

CRICKET On THE HEARTH.

is.

CHIMES : A GOBLIN STORY.

POOR TRAVELLER, BOOTS
AT THE HOLLY-TREE
INN, and MRS. GAMP. is.

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