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"And quickly opening a vein in her left arm she proceeded to sprinkle a portion of her blood upon the hideous object then muttering a POWERFUL INCANTATION, the corpse became entirely subservient to her will &c." / R Cruikshank del.

Cruikshank, Robert, 1789-1856.
[London? : s.n., 18--].
PML 146731, leaf 53
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"Anna Christie" / by Eugene O'Neill ; with twelve illustrations by Alexander King.

O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953.
New York : Horace Liveright, 1930.
PML 186549
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"Ask mamma" or, The richest commoner in England. By the author of "Handley cross," "Sponge's sporting tour," etc. etc. With illustrations by John Leech.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
London : Bradbury and Evans, 1858.
PML 7961
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"Ask mamma" or, The richest commoner in England. By the author of "Handley cross," "Sponge's sporting tour," etc. etc. With illustrations by John Leech.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
London : Bradbury and Evans, 1858.
PML 9261
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"Ask mamma," or, The richest commoner in England / by the author of "Handley Cross," "Sponge's sporting tour," etc. etc. ; with illustrations by John Leech.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
London : Bradbury and Evans, 1858.
PML 133687-99
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"Ask mamma," or, The richest commoner in England / by the author of "Handley Cross," "Sponge's sporting tour," etc., etc. ; with illustrations by John Leech.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
London : Bradbury and Evans, 1858.
PML 133700
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"Ask mamma," or, The richest commoner in England / by the author of "Handley Cross," "Sponge's sporting tour," etc., etc. ; with illustrations by John Leech.

Surtees, Robert Smith, 1805-1864.
London : Bradbury and Evans, 1858.
PML 150817
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"At home" in the nursery, or, The Masters & Misses Twoshoes Christmas party [print] / G Cruikshank fect.

Cruikshank, George, 1792-1878.
London : Pubd Jany 3d 1826 by S Knights Sweetings Alley Roy X'Change, [1826].
PML 146731, leaf 40
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"At vaere eller ikke vaere" : Roman i tre dele / af H.C. Andersen ...

Andersen, H. C. (Hans Christian), 1805-1875.
Kjøbenhavn : C.A. Reitzel, 1857.
PML 26331
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"Be mine dear maid". Sung by Mr. Sinclair, in the musical play of Guy Mannering or The Gipsey's prophecy. At the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden, composed by Henry R. Bishop. The words by D. Terry, Esqr.

Bishop, Henry R. (Henry Rowley), Sir, 1786-1855.
London : Publish'd by Goulding, D'Almaine, Potter & Co., 20 Soho Sq. & to be had at 7 Westmorland St., Dublin, [1819-1820?]
PML 44369M
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