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    [Periodicals]. Charles Dickens, editor. All the Year Round. A Weekly Round. London: No. 26 Wellington Street, 1859-1860. Two volumes: Volume I, from April 30, 1859 to October 22, 1859 [and:] Volume II, from October 29, 1859 to April 7, 1860. Contents include excerpts from classics such as Charles Dickens's A Tale of Two Cities and Wilkie Collins's The Woman in White. Bound in contemporary full green cloth. Worn issue of All the Year Round, Vol. I, No. 9, Saturday, July 9th laid-in one. Textblocks cockled. Rubbing, soiling, dampstaining, and wear to extremities. Corners and spine ends bumped. Browning and staining on edges. Joints cracking. Toning, thumbsoiling, dampstaining, and occasional faint foxing throughout. Over-opened in several places, exposing mull cloth. Fair.

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