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Charles Dickens on His Recent Sickness. A Fly-Leaf in a Life. In the "Portland Transcript. An Independent Family Journal of Literature, Science, News, &c." Portland, Maine, June 19, 1869. Volume XXXIII, Number 12, pp. 92-3.

Dickens, Charles .-

Published by Portland, ME. Elwell, Pickard & Co. 1869., 1869
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First Edition, as Such. First Edition, as Such. Oppenlander, p. 219. Podeschi D140. A Dickens Article Appearing in a Weekly Newspaper from Maine. A Likely Piracy and Possibly the First American Edition of This Story, Which Was Reprinted from "All the Year Round," Vol. New Series I, No. 25, May 22, 1869, pp. 589-591. The Original Was Entitled: "New Uncommercial Samples: A Fly-Leaf in Life." Podeschi Reports that This Story Was Omitted from All Editions of "The Uncommercial Traveler" until the "Gadshill Edition" of 189799, When the Remonstrance of John F. Dexter Led to the Reinsertion of This Story (No. 36) Where It Belonged and Resulting in the First, Absolutely Complete Edition of "UT.". Other Interesting Articles Include an "Original Temperance Story" Featured on p. 1 and a Letter from Correspondent A. J. G. in North Carolina: Overwhelmed by the Natural Resources of That Locale, He Wonders How It Could Have So Recently Harbored the Institution of Slavery. There is an Editorial on Boston, an Unfinished City Still in the Process of Major Construction as It Anticipates the Great Jubilee Celebrating the End of The Civil War. Note Is Taken of the Filling in of the Back Bay and the New Construction There, a Reminder of How Recently Boston Was Reclaimed from the Water and the Metropolis Developed. A Small Yellow Label of "GeoHDuncan 15sep69" Is Affixed. Very Good. Bookseller Inventory # 7954

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Title: Charles Dickens on His Recent Sickness. A ...

Publisher: Portland, ME. Elwell, Pickard & Co. 1869.

Publication Date: 1869

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