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- item 164 'About Boz.' Certain Dickens Clubs. 30 June 1900
- item 348 (dd) 'Abraham Lincoln'
- item 324 (l) Americanisms, Dickens' objections to
- item 165 (c) 'American Notes.' No. 155, April 1843
- item 167 'American Notes.' 'Change for The American Notes', by
an American Lady. London, 1843. Vol LXXIII
- item 217 (c) 'American Notes.' 'A Letter to a Lady in France',
by T.C. Cary
- item 297 (c) 'American Notes.' Re an American Prisoner
interviewed by Dickens, and mentioned in 20 April, 1882
- item 335 (cc) 'Authors' Afterthoughts.' 'King Charles Head'
marked 'delete' in Ms.
- item 296 (mm) 'Bardell versus Pickwick.' A fragment. The real
Justice Stareleigh (Gaselee)
- item 335 (r) 'Barkis is Willin.' Dickens' Australian Son's
Quip. 'William (an M.P.) is barking'.
- item ?260 'Blacking, Boz and' Letter from Day and Martin
- item 335 (ee, ff) 'Bleak House' 'The Burial Ground'
- item 324 (mm) 'Bleak House.' 'The Burial Ground' and
'Tom-All-Alone's'. May 1885
- item 341 (o) 'Bleak House'. The Real Esther
- item 331 (j) Bompas, Mr. H.M., Q.C.
- item 324 (ff) Brandram, (Samuel). Recitals
- item 324 (ii) Browne, Hablot K. ('Phiz'). Exhibition of the
works of 'Phiz', February 1883
- item 324 (pp) Browne, Hablot K. ('Phiz')
- item 348 (e) Browne, Hablot, K.
- item 167 'Bulwer and Dickens:- A contrast'
- item 335 (y, gg) 'Chatham and Rochester, Dickens' Associations
with. Snowden's Ward's Lecture
- item 295 (g, p) and 324 (mm) 'Cheeryble Brothers: Did Dickens
ever meet them?', by T.H. Hayhurst. 1906
- item 331 (k) 'Cheeryble Brothers'. Letter form C. Dickens
- item 168 'Cheeryble Brothers. Did Dickens ever meet them?'
- item 335 (dd) Claretie, Mons on Charles Dickens. Dickens afraid
to hear his own play at French theatre
- item 324 (mm) Critics and Dickens: Relative Popularity of
Novels. Pickwick 1st, David Copperfield 2nd, Little Dorrit, 3rd.
- item 331 (m, n) Cricket. Letters re Dickens' knowledge of
- item 348 (h) Cricket. 'Charles Dickens and Sunday Cricket' by
- item 390 (h) David Copperfield, birthplace of
- item 348 (f) Dickens, Charles. 'Charles Dickens' by Andrew
Lang. Vol LXIV.N.S.
- item 324 (e) Dickens, Charles. A Jingo
- item 164 Dickens, Charles. 'Charles Dickens and Chigwell.'
- item 300 (n, p, q) Dickens, Charles . ' Charles Dickens and his
works'. April, 1840, pp. 387-392
- item 299 (z) Dickens, Charles. 'Charles Dickens and
- Dickens, Charles.'Charles Dickens as a dramatic critic'. Vol
II, No. 7, by Dutton Cook
- items 257 (r), 301 (i) and 341 (c) Dickens, Charles. Charles
Dickens as an editor',by Charles Dickens Jr. pp. 823-4
- items 331 (q) and 341 (d) Dickens, Charles. 'Charles Dickens at
Home' by Mamie Dickens
- items 300 (t, v, w, x) Dickens, Charles. 'Charles dickens on
bells', by George Delamere Cowan pp. 383-86
- item 296 (g) Dickens, Charles. 'Charles Dickens on tour'
- item 297 (c) Charles Dickens Letters. Legal action taken by
Miss Hogarth to prevent publication. 26 January 1884.
- item 257 (x) Charles Dickens Letters. 'London', by Walter
- item 324 (jj) Charles Dickens Letters.'Readings' 1886
- item 299 (v) Charles Dickens Letters.'Very first public
reading'. Christmas No., by Joseph Pyke
- item 291 Dickens and Adelaide Ann Procter
- item 164 and 296 (ff) Dickens and Bath
- item 294 (j) Dickens and Gravesend, pp. 125-26
- item 257(z) and 349 (z) Dickens and Punch, by F.G. Kitton
- item 164 Dickens and The Comedian
- item 348 (f) Dickens and the flute
- item 348 (s, u, y) Dickens as a humourist, by W.S. Lilly.
Lecture January 18, 1895
- item 348 (f) Dickens at rehearsals
- item 322 (u) Dickens as an art critic, by F.G. Kitton. Vol
- item 341A (v) Dickens at the memorial hall
- item 300 (z) A note on the examination, by Sir Walter
- item 331 (k) Dickens in the auction room. (Value of village
- item 301 (k) Plea for a Dickens' museum
- item 291 Description of Dickens reading (Literary talk)
- item 324 (kk) Dickens' Christmas given up in America. December
- item 165 and 284 (b) Dickens' dogs or the Landseer of fiction.
Vol LXXXI, No. 498
- item 335 (b) Dickens' office furniture sale
- item 355 (dd) Vanishing London. The Boot, Barnaby Rudge
- item 165 Mr Dickens from an American point of view
- item 324 (zh) Mr. Dickens revised.
- item 324 (x) Dickens, Mrs Charles. Her death and will. November
- item 324 (tt) Dickens, Mrs Charles. Her secret visit to Gad's
Hill. 18 June, 18... Globe
- item 146 Dickens, Charles the younger. Death and burial at
- item 331 (h) Disappearing London
- item 164 Dissenting Collegiate Institutions. Condensed
- item 331 (ee) Dr. Blimber The original was Dr. King, the
schoolmaster of Charles Dickens the younger
- item 324 (a) Dolby versus Newnes. Law report of action for
libel in 'Tit-bits'. Dolby got damages of £100. February 22
- item 335 (i) Edwin Drood. Datchery-Bazzard Theory.
- item 294 (g) Elwin, Rev Whitwell. Death of. See item 262
- item 296 (bb) Fitzgerald's (Edward) bookplate. Designed by
- item 299 (dd) Fitzgerald, Percy and Charles Dickens
- item item 324 (ze) ''Flaneur, The". Re Dickens' Readings.
- item 324 (w, x) Forster, John. Death of
- item 335 (z) Forster, John. Grangerised edition of 'Life of
- item 349 (c) Freelance edition of Dickens' works
- item 331 (u) French translation of Pickwick. Amusing mistakes
- item 324 (yy) Furnival's Inn and Dickens' chambers. Pulling
down of. 5 January 1898
- item 207 'Good genie of fiction.' (Dickens) by Robert
- item 335 (q) Green, Mr Charles, R.I. Dickensian illustrator.
Death of. 3 May 1898
- item 335 (x) Hole, Dean. On Dickens. 11 February 1899
- item 331 (e) Hughes, William. 'An interesting Dickens'
- item 335 (h) Hughes, William R. Death of
- item 165 Hunt, Leigh, and Dickens. 'An English Literary
Cousin', by Louise Imogen. Guiney. October 1884
- item 291 Ibsen and Dickens
- items 257(p), 297(l0 and 341(c) 'In Charles Dickens Country',
by Walter Dexter
- item 340 (c) 'In the Borough with Charles Dickens'
- item 17 'Jarndyce versus Jarndyce'. The origin of the case
- item 259 (c) Jennings case
- item 164 'Journalist of the Day, A' (G.A.Sala), by T.H.S.
- item 387 (j, k, m) Kitton, F.G. Death of
- item 324 (oo) Land of Dickens, The. August 1889
- item 341A (h) Last of Sairey Gamp's Home
- item 292 (j) Likeness of Dickens to Tennyson
- item 295 (g) 'Little Dorrit's playground'
- item 335 (b) 'Little Dorrit at Home'
- item 300 (ss, tt) 'London as Dickens Knew it.' Pt II by E.A.
- item 148 'London Rambles 'en Zigzag' with Charles Dickens', by
Robert Allbut (Edward Curtice)
- item 257(w) 'Lord Bateman': A Ballad, by Anne Thackeray
Ritchie, illustrated by W.M. Thackeray
- item 324 (mm) Marshlsea, The. 14 December 1886
- item 324 (zz) 'Modern Novelists: Charles Dickens' Vol XXXVI.
N.S. No., pp. 415-441
- item 335 (w) Morley, Professor Henry, by
- item 348 (kk) 'Mugby Junction': The original 'Lamps'
- item 296 (z) My Acquaintance with Charles Dickens
- item 293 (f) 'Notes on the Map' re C.M. Neale's 'Index to
- item 250 (c) 'Novelist of Christmas Time, The'. Recollections
of Charles Dickens: An interview with his eldest daughter
- item 165 'Novelists on Novelists', by J.A. Stewart
- item 324 (mm) 'Novelists' Pet Ideas'
- item 324 (zh) Opium Dens and Opium Smokers. A case in
- item 324 (rr, vv) Opium Dens and Opium Smokers. Death of Ah
Singh, keeper of East End Opium Den. Inquest
- item 156 Oranges and Lemons. 'Hunting him down', by Tom Hood.
25 December, 1869
- item 324 (hh) Old Curiosity Shop (24 Fetter Lane) The
- item 324 (ww) Old Curiosity Shop. Its demolition.
- item 335 (u) Old Curiosity Shop
- item 296 (g) 'Phiz', by G Everitt
- item 300 (s) Pickwick Papers. The works of Charles Dickens:
Pickwick Papers. pp.195-6, 199-204,207-210
- item 331 (o) Pickwick Papers. 'Books in my own library', by P.
- item 301 (k) Pickwick Papers. 'Advertiser, The Pickwick'.
(Chapman and Hall)
- item 299 (ii) Pickwick Papers. 'Beauties of Pickwick' by
Sam Weller (W. Morgan, 1838)
- item 331 (f, gg) Pickwick Papers. Date when Pickwick was begun.
Letter from Hammond Hill
- item 335 (s) Pickwick Papers. 'Bill Stumps. His mark. A French
origin suggested.', by F.M.T. in 'Literary Gossip
- item 296 (t) Pickwick Papers. 'Dickens and Pickwick', by P.
- item 259 (b) Pickwick Papers. First edition of Pickwick in
- item 300 (e) Pickwick Papers. 'Index to Pickwick', by C.M.
- item 293 (f) Pickwick Papers. His copious vocabulary.
- item 375 (dd) Pickwick Papers. Law case: Mr. Dowler's proposed
claim for damages quoted in court
- item 259 (j) Pickwick Papers. Law case: 'The Bull' at Rochester
the scene before the court
- items 148 and 155 Pickwick Papers. Kent. 'Mr Pickwick's Kent',
by Hammond Hill. Only a few pages
- item 334 (j) Pickwick Papers. Pickwickian Names found at
- item 335 (t) Pickwick Papers. Pickwickian Politics at
Walthamstow. A legal case in which Sir H. Dickens was for the
- item 341 (rr) Pickwick Papers. 'Who was Mr. Pickwick and who
- item (xx) Play bills. Sale price for
- item 207 Portraits and Memoirs. Re writing in collaboration
'One man in a Dockyard'
- item 291 'Prototypes of Dickens Characters', by C. Marshall. 13
- item 339 (i, k, l, m) 'Quaint Errors by Dickens', illustrated
by C. Van Noorden
- item 331 (z) 'Quest for Rare Books'. Dickens' 'A Strange
Gentleman' see No. 64
- item 163 Rambles in Dickens-Land
- item 318 (s) Rambles in Dickens-Land. Route from London to
Yarmouth. pp. 131-136
- item 293 (n, ii) Reception in New York, in 1868
- item 17 Rochester. Opening of Dickens' Museum
- item 299 (n) Selecting a Title
- Item 324 (jj) Seven Dials. 13 April, 1895
- item 293 (n) Seymour, Dickens' Letter re
- item 341A (y) Single Gentleman, The
- item 348 (z) Squeers, Was Simpson?
- item 296 (pp) 'Talks about Old London' (Interview with
Fitzgerald). 'Dickens at the office of All The Year Round'
- item 341 (r) 'Tolstoy on Dickens.' 'The greatest novelist of
the Nineteenth century'
- item 297 (bb) Undertakers. Affected by the statements in
- items 298 (f) and 296 (h, b) 'Visit to Charles Dickens' by Hans
- item 296 (o) Weller, Sam. Origin of. Published Circular. J.W.
Jarvis, 1883' The Abuse of Grace', by Nicholas Claget, 1659.
Inscription in a book. 'Samuel Weller, His Book, 1739 (?date).'God
give him grace therein to Look, Not to look but to honderstand for
Lerning is Exland for when house and Land is Gon and Spent then
Lerning is most Exaland, 1757.'
- item 324 (pp) 'White Hart' in Southwark. July, 1889
- item 17 'White Horse'. Reference to Pickwick Papers
- item 291 Wilkie Collins at Work
- item 324 (e) Wills, William Henry, death of. August, 1880
- item 341 (b) 'Who wrote Dickens?' See also ? item 390(oo)
- item 148 (f) Yorkshire Schools
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