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    Charles Dickens. Six Books in Original Wrappers, including: The Chimes. London: Chapman and Hall, [1868]. Reading edition. Sixteenmo. 105 pages. Original green wrappers priced "One Shilling." Moderate wear to the covers, else a very good copy. [and:] A Christmas Carol. London: Bradbury & Evans, [1858]. Uniform reading edition. Sixteenmo. 100 pages. Original green wrappers priced "One Shilling." Moderate wear to the covers, with a touch of soiling. Textblock mildly foxed around the edges, else a very good copy. [and:] The Poor Traveller: Boots at the Holly-Tree Inn: and Mrs Gamp. London: Bradbury & Evans, [1858]. Uniform reading edition. Sixteenmo. 114 pages. Original green wrappers priced "One Shilling." Moderate wear to the covers, with a touch of soiling. Spine worn considerably at the ends. Textblock mildly foxed around the edges. A good copy. [and:] The Cricket on the Hearth. New York: John W. Lovell Company, [nd]. Twelvemo. 236 pages. Original brown pictorial wrappers. Noticeable wear to the covers. Spine chipping. First two leaves torn out. Good condition. [and:] The Adventures of Oliver Twist. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1868. Later American edition. Twelvemo. 172 pages plus advertisements. Original brown pictorial wrappers. Moderate wear to the covers, with a small bit of paper loss at the spine ends. Textblock curled at the corners. A very good copy. [and:] American Notes for General Circulation. New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1868. Later American edition. Twelvemo. 104 pages plus advertisements. Original brown pictorial wrappers. Moderate wear to the covers, with considerable paper loss to the spine and the front cover almost detached. Textblock curled at the corners. A good copy. From the H. Barry Morris Collection.

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