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HOTTEN'S AUTHORISED ONLY COMPLETE EDITIONS.

New edition, this day, price 1s.; by post ls. 2d.

Artemus Ward: His Book. The Author's Enlarged edition. With Notes and Introduction, by the Editor of the "Biglow Papers." One of the wittiest and certainly the most mirth-provoking book published for many years. Containing the whole of the Original, with the following extra chapters: Babes in the Wood: Tavern Accommodation; Betsy-Jain-Re-Orgunized; A. Ward's First Umbrella; Brigham Young's Wives; Artemus Ward's Brother; Mormon Bill of Fare.

NOTICE.-Mr. Hotten's Edition is the only one published in this country with the sanction of the author. Every copy contains A. Ward's signature. The Saturday Review of October 21st says of Mr. Hotten's edition: "The author combines the powers of Thackeray with those of Albert Smith. The salt is rubbed in by a native hand-one which has the gift of tickling.'

"We never, not even in the pages of our best humorists, read anything so laughable and so shrewd as we have seen in this book by the mirthful Artemus."-Public Opinion.

Artemus Ward: His Travels Among the Mormons

and on the Rampage. Edited by E. P. HINGSTON, the Agent and Companion of A. Ward whilst " on the Rampage." New edition, price ls.

This day, on toned paper, price 6d. ; by post 7d. Artemus Ward Among the Fenians: with the Showman's Experiences of Life at Washington, and Military Ardour at Baldins. ville.

"ARTEMUS WARD ON THE FENIANS.-The ridiculous proceedings of the Fenians, with their 'circles' and 'centres,' have just been described by Artemus Ward in a very droll 'report' of one of their meetings, at which he is supposed to have presided."-Standard.

Artemus Ward's Lecture at the Egyptian Hall,

with the Panorama. Edited by T. W. ROBERTSON (Author of Caste, Ours, Society, &c.), and E. P. HINGSTON. Small 4to, exquisitely printed, bound in green and gold, WITH NUMEROUS TINTED ILLUSTRATIONS, price 6s.

"Mr. Hotten has conceived the happy idea of printing Artemus Ward's Lecture' in such a way as to afford the reader an accurate notion of the emphasis, by-play, &c., with which it was delivered. We have no hesitation in saying that Mr. Hotten has almost restored the great humorist to the flesh."-Daily Telegraph.

"The tomahawk fell from our hands as we roared with laughter-the pipe of peace slipped from between our lips as our eyes filled with tears! Laughter for Artemus's wit-tears for his untimely death! This book is a record of both. Those who never saw Artemus in the flesh, let them read of him in the spirit."-Tomahawk.

"It actually reproduces Ward's Lecture, which was brimful of first-class wit and humour."— Daily News.

"It keeps you in fits of laughter."-Leader.

"One of the choice and curious volumes for the issue of which Mr. Hotten has become famous." -City Press.

"The Lecture is not alone droll: it is full of information."-Examiner. "It adds one to the books of genuine fun we have got."-Sunday Times.

This day, 12mo, 200 pages, 1s. 6d. ; or cloth neat, 2s. 6d. Artemus Ward in London: Comprising the Letters to Punch, and other Humorous Papers, now first collected.

Contains some quaint and humorous compositions which were found upon the author's table after his decease.

NOTICE.

Preparing for publication.

The Complete Works of Artemus Ward, with Por

trait, Facsimiles, &c. A Handsome Volume.

Where any difficulty occurs in the supply, postage stamps may be remitted direct to the undersigned, who will forward per return. The name of the Publisher MUST IN ALL CASES be given.

London: John Camden Hotten, 74 and 75, Piccadilly.

“ Anecdotes seem to have poured in upon the author from all quarters.

Turn where we will through these 370 pleasant pages, something worth reading is sure to meet the eye.The Standard.

This day, price 7s. 6d., with numerous Portraits and Illustrations, 370 pp,

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CHARLES DICKENS

Tbe Story of his Life

BY THE AUTHOR OF "THE LIFE OF THACKERAY"

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

NOTICE.-The following books have a special interest
at this moment,

THE MAN OF HIS TIME.

THE STORY OF THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON III.

AS TOLD BY

JAMES W. HASWELL..

PART II. The same Story as told by

THE POPULAR CARICATURES

Of the last twenty-five years.

Crown 8vo, 400 pp., price 7s. 6d.

The object of this work is to give both sides of the story. The artist
has gone over the entire ground of Continental and English caricatures for
the last quarter of a century, and a very interesting book is the result.

NOTICE.-A popular Edition, price ls., cloth neat is. 6d.

THE CONSCRIPT

A STORY OF THE FRENCH AND GERMAN WAR
OF 1813.

BY

MM. ERCKMANN

- CHATRIAN.

* A new and unabridged translation, by THEODORE TAYLOR.

THE TIMES says that if any one wishes to realize
more fully the terrible conflict now raging in France, they
should read THE CONSCRIPT. The events and scenes
described in this powerful story are precisely those which
are hourly taking place in France at the present time.

London: JOHN Camden HotteN, 74 & 75, Piccadilly.

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