Harper's Monthly November 1852 Paris, Mount Lebanon
by Jacob Abbott, Charles Dickens, John S.C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott ,Alexandre Dumas
Humboldt, Tennessee, United States
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Illustrations Information: 55 woodcut illustrations
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A Gambler's End
Down in a Silver Mine
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Exaggeration -By Eliza Cook
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The satisfaction of a gentleman
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The last of the fairies My novel; or, varieties in English life ([book XII], chaps. IX-XV) -By Edward Bulwer Lytton, Baron Lytton
Monthly record of current events/Department Editor's table/Article Literary notices/Review Comicalities, with illustrations Some punkins ? Advice to the poor gratis A natural consequence Proper prudence Fashions for November/Department with illustration
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- Jacob Abbott, Charles Dickens, John S.C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott ,Alexandre Dumas
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