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ELEGANT HOUSEHOLD EDITION

OF THE

WORKS OF CHARLES

ARLES DICKENS,

Illustrated from Drawings made expressly for this Edition,

By F. 0. C. DARLEY AND JOHN GILBERT.

Executed on Steel, in Pure Line and Etching, by Eminent Engravers.

The subscribers will commence, March ist, 1861, the issue of an entirely new edition of Dickens' Novels, from new stereotype plates, printed by Houghton, at the “Riverside Press," Cambridge, on superior laid paper, in style and form similar to Ticinor & Fields' POPULAR HOUSEHOLD EDITION OF THE WAVERLEY Novels. Great pains have been taken by the publishers to render this edition of Dickens' Works the most perfect series of books ever issued in America. The original drawings by DARLEY, whose designs for the Illustrated Edition of Cooper's Novels have been so distinguished, and the drawings by John Gilbert, the foremost of English artists this being the first time Mr. Gilbert has contributed original drawings to an American publication), will give this edition a value possessed by no other, either English or American.

THE PUBLICATION WILL COMMENCE WITH

PICKWICK PAPERS,

IN FOUR VOLUMES, 16mo.

Price 75 cents per volume.

It is the intention of the Publishers to issue a complete novel in two or more volumes on the first of each month, and to complete the series in 50 volumes.

JAMES G. GREGORY, PUBLISHER,
(Successor to W. A. Townsend & Co.,)

NO. 46 WALKER STREET, N. Y.

THE GREAT ISSUES NOW BEFORE THE COUNTRY.

AN ORATION

BY

EDWARD EVERETT.

DELIVERED AT THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MUSIC,

JULY 4, 1861.

NEW YORK:

JAMES G. GREGORY,
(SUCCESSOR TO w. A. TOWNSEND & Co.,)

NO. 46 WALKER STREET,

1861.

C. A. ALVORD, PRINTER.

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