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Harper's Monthly November 1852 Paris, Mount Lebanon

Harper's Monthly November 1852 Paris, Mount Lebanon

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Harper's Monthly November 1852 Paris, Mount Lebanon

by Jacob Abbott, Charles Dickens, John S.C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott ,Alexandre Dumas

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Harper's New Monthly Magazine November, 1852 Volume V, Number XXX Size and Page Count:6.5"" X 10"" Tall, 142 pages the back cover with book advertisements and statement of Harper's New Monthly Magazine. Condition: Good, binding tight spine , pages have usual yellowing and edges uncut and browning,minimal foxing, edges darkened,small tear where spine and front cover meet.

Illustrations Information: 55 woodcut illustrations
Articles and Information:]
Memoirs of the Holy Land. Mount Lebanon - By Jacob Abbott with 15 woodcut illustrations
The palaces of France: St. Germain St. Cloud Fontainebleau -By John S.C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott with 9 woodcut Illustrations of French Palaces
Life in Paris. The people and their principles with 27 woodcut Illustrations

The Salamander -
Courage of a Man of Principle
A Gambler's End
Down in a Silver Mine
The posthumous portrait
Exaggeration -By Eliza Cook
The garden of flowers
The satisfaction of a gentleman
A possible event Swept away by an avalanche -By Alexandre Dumas
Bleak House (chaps. XXIII-XXV) -By Charles Dickens With 2 Woodcut Illustrations
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
Contents of Volume V


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Harper's Monthly November 1852 Paris, Mount Lebanon
Jacob Abbott, Charles Dickens, John S.C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott ,Alexandre Dumas
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6.5" X 10"
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