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The Fitzgerald Collection - works by Charles Dickens
Charles Dickens was born in Portsmouth on February
7 1812, but had a long association with Rochester and
Chatham. His family moved to Kent in 1817 and lived
in Chatham until 1822; first in Ordnance Terrace and later at
St. Mary's Place in The Brook. When John Dickens was recalled
to London in 1823 the family left Kent. Charles Dickens was
eventually able to return in 1856 when he purchased Gad's
Hill Place in Higham, near Rochester. He lived there until his
death in 1870.
The Fitzgerald Collection contains numerous editions of works by
The links at the bottom of the page will take you to catalogues
of both his major and minor works.
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