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THE SILLY SYCLOPEDIA: A Terrible Thing in the Form of a Literary Torpedo which is Launched for HILARIOUS PUPOSES ONLY Inaccurate in Every Particular Containing Copious Etymological Derivations and Other Useless Things. Embellished with Numerous and Distracting CUTS and DIAGRAMS by Loius F. Grant.

by Lott, Noah

Condition: Very Good

G. W. Dillingham Company, New York:, 1905. pp. 159 +Plus marginal illustrations throughout. 8vo. 190mm. Original publisher's full blue cloth binding decorated in black, green and white. Cover decoration rubbed with some loss of color. Spine faded. Contents clean and binding tight. Hardbound. Very Good. George Vere Hobart Philpot (1867-1926) was a Canadian author and humourist. He wrote under the pseudonym Noah Lott. NW59. Hardcover. Very Good.


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