Field and Tuer, the Leadenhall Press : Simpkin, Marshall,
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LONDON : Field e Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, B.C.
A beautifully printed and luxuriously got-up book of special value to the Dickens collector. In three separate divisions, the text includes primarily a reprint of the catalogue of the Dickens sale, at which it may be remembered almost fabulous sums were realised. Mr. Francis Phillimore contributes a gossipy and interesting introduction, and Mr. John F. Dexter a lengthy, learned, and exhaustive paper on book rarities, subtitled " Hints to Dickens Collectors."
Bewick Memento (Illustrated).
LONDON : Field e Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, E.C.
A beautifully printed and luxuriously got-up book of special value to the Bewick collector. Mr. Robert Robinson, who contributes the introduction, writes with a full knowledge of his subject. The additional illustrations, including the humorously treated frontispiece of "Cows Angling"aall charming specimens of Bewick's skill with the graveraare first impressions from blocks hitherto not printed from.
The Truth about Tonquin: Being Cfje CimeA
Special Correspondence. By Archibald R. Colquhoun, f.r.g.s., 5-c.. Author of "Across Chrys," "Amongst the Shans," "The Opening of China," " Burma and the Burmans," and c. LONDON : Field e Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, E.C. [One Shilling.
'hese letters should be studied by those who wish to understand the Tonquin difficulty.
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