The Bibliography of Dickens: A Bibliographical List Arranged in Chronological Order of the Published Writings in Prose and Verse of Charles Dickens (from 1834 to 1880)
E. Stock, 1880 - 113 ページ
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addressed appeared April August Author Bentley Bibliography Blanchard Boston Bradbury and Evans Chapman and Hall chapter Christmas collected commencing compiler contained copies correspondent Daily dated Devonshire Terrace death December Dickens's Edinburgh Edition Editor English entitled Examiner facsimile February Fields Forster four Gad's Hill George Cruikshank Henry Household Words illustrations included ITALY James January Jerrold John Journal July June Kent late Letter dated lines from bottom Literary London Lord Lord John Russell Mackenzie's Magazine March Memoir Miss monthly morning Notes notice November occupies October original paragraph Place portrait Preface present Printed Public published refers reprinted Richard Round Ruskin Sept September Series seven Shepherd signed Charles Dickens Sketches story Streets Tavistock House Thackeray third Thomas Three twenty undated viii volume wrapper writings written York
7 ページ - SUNDAY UNDER THREE HEADS. As it is ; as Sabbath Bills would make it; as it might be made.
17 ページ - But sweetly sang of men in pow'r, like any tuneful lark; Grave judges, too, to all their evil deeds were in the dark; And not a man in twenty score knew how to make his mark. Oh the fine old English Tory times ; Soon may they come again! Those were the days for taxes, and for war's infernal din; For scarcity of bread, that fine old dowagers might win; For shutting men of letters up, through iron bars to grin, Because they didn't think the Prince was altogether thin, In the fine old English Tory times;...
11 ページ - I am quite sure there can be little difference of opinion between us with respect to the result. May I ask you whether you will object to designing this plate afresh, and doing so at once, in order that as few impressions as possible of the present one may go forth ? I feel confident you know me too well to feel hurt by this inquiry, and with equal confidence in you I have lost no time in preferring it.
22 ページ - EVENINGS/ of/ A WORKING MAN,/ being the occupation of/ HIS SCANTY LEISURE :/ by JOHN OVERS./ with a preface relative to the Author,/ by CHARLES DICKENS./ London :/ TC Newby, 72, Mortimer Street,/ Cavendish Square./ 1844.
26 ページ - The Haunted Man and the Ghost's Bargain. A Fancy for Christmas Time.
20 ページ - The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, his Relatives, Friends, and Enemies. Comprising all his Wills and his Ways ; with an Historical Record of What he Did, and What he Didn't : Showing, moreover, Who inherited the Family Plate, Who came in for the Silver Spoons, and Who for the Wooden Ladles. The Whole forming a Complete Key to the House of Chuzzlewit. Edited by ' Boz.
9 ページ - THE PICKWICK PAPERS. — On the 31st of March will be published, to be continued monthly, price One Shilling, the first number of the POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF THE PICKWICK CLUB, containing a faithful record of the Perambulations, Perils, Travels, Adventures, and Sporting Transactions of the Corresponding Members. Edited by Boz.
25 ページ - FACTS AND FIGURES FROM ITALY. By Don Jeremy Savonarola, Benedictine Monk, addressed during the last two winters to Charles Dickens, Esq., being an Appendix to his
20 ページ - FRIENDS, AND ENEMIES, COMPRISING ALL HIS WILLS AND HIS WAYS : WITH AN HISTORICAL RECORD OF WHAT HE DID, AND WHAT HE...
83 ページ - ... and the publication went on. It was followed by another statement, a letter subscribed with his name, which got into print without his sanction; nothing publicly being known of it (I was not among those who had read it privately) until it appeared in the New York Tribune. It had been addressed and given to Mr. Arthur Smith as an authority for correction of false rumours and scandals, and Mr. Smith had given a copy of it, with like intention, to the Tribune correspondent in London. Its writer...