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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Booth, Bradford Allen, 1909-
Cabinet of gems.
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1938
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Bradford Allen Booth
|Description:||ix, 406 pages 22 cm|
|Contents:||Moustache, by J.G. Lockhart.--Leixlip castle, by C.R. Maturin.--The fortress of Saguntum, by W.H. Ainsworth.--A Scottish tradition, by Jane Porter.--The city of the demons, by William Maginn.--The confession, by John Galt.--The lovers of Vire, by G.P.R. James.--Seeking the houdy, by James Hogg.--Old Matthew, the matseller, by M.R. Mitford.--The trial of love, by Mary Shelley.--The Pole, by Claire Clairmont.--A rencontre, by Frederick Marryat.--Jenny Tamson's surprise, by Allan Cunningham.--Hop-gathering, by M.R. Mitford.--The lawyer who cost his client nothing, by Lord Lytton.--Diamonds, by W.S. Gilbert.--Christmas day at Kirkby cottage, by Anthony Trollope.--Your money or your life, by Wilkie Collins.--Garry Owen, by Maria Edgeworth.|
|Responsibility:||edited, with an introduction and notes, by Bradford Allen Booth ...|