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This day, Sixtieth Thousand, price 1s., by post 18. 2d.

ARTEMUS WARD,

HIS BOOK. Edited, with Notes and Introduction, by the Editor of the "Biglow Papers.”

One of the wittiest and certainly the most mirth-provoking book which has been published for many years. “He is as clever as Thackeray in Jeames's Dialogue and Policeman X's ballads.

There is no merriment in him; it is all dry, sparkling humour.”—SPECTATOR.

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The Author's Edition Of the above, containing two extra chapters, entitled, “THE DRAFT IN

BALDINSVILLE, WITH MR. WARD'S PRIVATE OPINION CONCERNING OLD BACHELORS," and " Mr. W.'s Visit To A GRAFFICK" [SOIREE). On tinted paper, bound in cloth, price 3s. 6d.; by post 3s. 10d.

John Camden Hotten, 74 and 75, Piccadilly, W.

This day, POPULAR EDITION, price 18., by post 18. 2d., .

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THE ONLY CORRECT EDITION, WITH NOTES FOR THE ENGLISH

READER.

The Times of 25th July, 1864, says :-"To associate the names of eminent persons with ludicrous images *** keen and caustic political satire. America has produced an excellent specimen of this kind of writing in the celebrated Biglow Papers of Mr. Lowell.”

The work has frequently been alluded to in the House of Commons, and is acknowledged by the most fastidious of our English critics, to be the keenest piece f satire and the best humorous poetry of the present century.

John Camden Hotten, 74 and 75, Piccadilly, W.

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(HIS TRAVELS)

AMONG THE MORMONS.

PART I.-ON THE RAMPAGE.

PART II.-PERLITE LITTERATOOR.

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EDITED BY

E. P. HINGSTON,

THE COMPANION AND AGENT OF ARTEMUS WARD WHILST

“ON THE RAMPAGE.”

LONDON :

JOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN, PICCADILLY.

1865.

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