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Drollery and dress : an illustrated magazine of fiction and fashion

Author: Charles H Ross; Arthur Lynes; A. Lynes and Son.
Publisher: London : A. Lynes, [1875]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles H Ross; Arthur Lynes; A. Lynes and Son.
OCLC Number: 23670371
Notes: Cover title: A. Lynes and Son's drollery and dress : summer volume.
Date of publication from Wolff.
"The eleventh volume of Al Lynes and Son's magazine.
Description: 108 pages, [2] leaves of plates (1 folded) : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: One Hamlet too many / by Charles H. Ross --
Out of the frying-pan / by Robert Reece --
Angelica--a serf / by J. Redding Ware --
The juvenile lead / by Philip Richards --
Girls I have loved / by H. Irving Montagu --
Across the Atlantic / by Howard Paul --
Papa's purse / by Arthur Lynes --
Dreams of sixteen / by R. Reece.
Other Titles: A. Lynes and Son's drollery and dress
Responsibility: edited by Arthur Lynes ; the drollery by Charles H. Ross [and others] ; the dress, with explanations and illustrations by A. Lynes and Son.

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