All The Year Round. A Weekly Journal. Part[s] 3-5, 9, 11-15. No[s] 10-22, 37-40, 45-66.

All The Year Round. A Weekly Journal. Part[s] 3-5, 9, 11-15. No[s] 10-22, 37-40, 45-66.
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London: 26, Wellington Street, Strand, W.C.; Chapman & Hall...[July - Sept. 1859; Jan., March - July, 1860]. Original parts as issued, 8vo., 12 ads, [217]-336, [4 ads], 4 ads; 12 ads, [337]-432, [4 ads], 4 ads; 12 ads, [433]-528, [4 ads], [2 ads]; 8 ads, [237]-332, [2 ads], [4 ads], [8 ads]; 12 ads, [429]-548, [2 ads]; 8 ads, [1 errata], [549]-568, [1]-72, [2 ads], [2 ads], [4 ads], [4 ads]; 8 ads, [73]-168, 4 ads; 8 ads, [169]-288, [2 ads]; 8 ads, [289]-384, [2 ads] pp. Original printed blue wrappers with trade advertisements to inner sides as well as outside back wrapper, with a variety of publishers ads, and slips bound-in. Some chipping and minor foxing to extremities, otherwise good. First edition in original parts. Contributions by Dickens include first appearance in print of A Tale of Two Cities (Book Two: Chapters 9-24, and Book Three: Chapters 1-2), “Five Points of Criminal Law,” “The Shipwreck,” and “The Uncommercial Traveller [first series].” Distinctive titles were not given to the individual sketches of “The Uncommercial Traveller” until it was reprinted in book form in 1861, but the titles are as follows: “His General Line of Business,” “Poor Mercantile Jack,” “Refreshments for Travellers,” “Travelling Abroad,” “The Great Tasmania’s Cargo,” “City of London Churches,” “Shy Neighborhoods,” “Tramps,” “Dullborough Town,” and “Night Walks.” These parts also include portions of Wilkie Collins’ The Woman In White, and No Name, and many other works my contemporary authors. Kitton 137-149. Eckel 142-145, 219-220. (Item Id: 108505)

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