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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ambrose Bierce; George Dalziel; Edward Dalziel
Fables and tales which appeared weekly in "Fun."
|Description:||215 p. front., illus. 18 cm.|
|Contents:||Fables of Zambri, the Parsee.--Brief seasons of intellectual dissipation.--Divers tales: The grateful bear. The setting Sachem. Feodora. The legend of immortal truth. Converting a prodigal. Four jacks and a knave. Dr. Deadwood, I presume. Nut-cracking. The magician's little joke. Seafaring. Tony Rollo's conclusion. No charge for attendance. Pernicketty's fright. Juniper. Following the sea. A tale of Spanish vengeance. Mrs. Dannison's head. A fowl witch. The Civil Service in Florida. A tale of the Bosphorus. John Smith. Sundered hearts. The early history of Bath. The following dorg. Snaking. Maud's papa. Jim Beckwourth's pond. Stringing a bear.|
|Responsibility:||By Dod Grile [pseud.] Illustrated with engravings by Dalziel brothers.|