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CELEBRATED CLAIMANTS, Ancient and Modern. The History of all the most celebrated Pretenders and Claimants, from Perkin Warbeck to Arthur Orton. Fcap. 8vo, illustrated boards, 2s.
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CLAUDE'S LIBER VERITATIS. A Collection of 303 Prints after the Original Designs of Claude. Engraved by Richard Earlom. With a descriptive Catalogue of each Print, Lists of the Persons for whom, and the Places for which, the original Pictures were first painted, and of the present Possessors of most of them. Three Vols, folio, half-morocco extra, gilt edges, £1o Io$.
CLAUDE, BEAUTIES OF, containing 24 of his choicest Landscapes, beautifully Engraved on Steel, by Bromley, Lupton, and others. With Biographical Sketch and Portrait. Royal folio, in a portfolio, £1 5s.
COLLINS* (Wilkle) NOVELS. New Illustrated Library Editions, price 6s. each, with Frontispiece and several full-page Illustrations in each Volume:—
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F. A. Fraser. Sir John Gilbert and M. F. Ma
Antonina; or, The Fall of Rome. Illustrated by Sir John GilBert and Alfred Concanen.
Poor Miss Finch. Illustrated
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My Miscellanies. Illustrated
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CONQUEST OP THE SEA (The). A History of Diving
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