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Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870, author.

Barnaby Rudge : a tale of the riots of 'eighty / by Charles Dickens ; with forty-six illustrations by F. Barnard.

London : Chapman and Hall, 193 Piccadilly, [1874]
Physical Description:
x, 322 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill. ; 26 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
PR4555 .A1 1874
Yale Center for British Art, Gift of David and Judith Ross
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in contemporary three-quarter green roan and marbled boards; with marbled endpapers. Bookplate: Rachel Baker Gale.
BEIN Gimbel/Dickens +D66 Set 3 1: Imperfect: Front wrapper wanting.
BEIN 2018 9521: Number 1 of 3 titles bound together. From the Herbert Furse collection of Charles Dickens.
Engravings by Dalziel; after Frederick Barnard.
Printed by Virtue and Co., London.
Date of publication from Topp.
Engraved vignette on title page.
Chapman and Hall originally issued the Household edition of Dickens's works in 101 monthly parts from July 1871 to January 1880; each volume was subsequently issued individually in wrappers and publishers' bindings. Barnarby Rudge began in part 34 (Apr. 1874) and concluded in part 39 (Sept. 1874).
Text printed in double columns.
In blue paper wrappers.
Series statement from wrapper.
Topp, C.W. Victorian yellowbacks & paperbacks, 1849-1905, v. 3, 445
Yale University. Dickens and Dickensiana, D66, 3rd set
Subject Terms:
Apprentices -- Fiction.
Furse, Herbert, 1919-1999 -- Ownership.
Gale, Rachel Baker -- Bookplate
Gordon Riots, 1780 -- Fiction.
Locksmiths -- Fiction.
London (England) -- History -- 18th century -- Fiction.
Ross, David and Judith -- Provenance
Wood engravings -- 1874.
Part-issued books in volume form (Publishing)
Historical fiction.
Barnard, Frederick, 1846-1896, illustrator.
Dalziel Brothers, engraver.
Chapman and Hall, publisher.
Virtue and Company, printer.

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