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A NEW AND SUPERB EDITION IN
The First Violin,
Illustrated for the first time with over 50 etchings, otogravures, and half-tone vignettes, reproduced from sh-drawings by George W. Brenneman.
It has been the purpose of the publishers to give to admirers of MISS FOTHERGILL an edition of her famis novel in a form thoroughly worthy of her great masrpiece. The volumes are printed from entirely new lates, on superior paper manufactured specially for this ook by John Dickinson & Co. The set is a fine examle of book-making and nothing has been left undone to nake the edition in every way attractive.
Two Volumes, 12 mo., sumptuously bound after lesigns by H. L. Parkhurst, and enclosed in a handELIZA ome cloth box.".
Bound also in half polished morocco, extra. Sent prepaid by any Bookseller in the United States, n receipt of price, or by the Publishers,