First Page of Front Advertisements in the [1853] Clarke, Beeton, & Co. Reprint, Version 1

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LITERATURE FOR THE RAIL.
PRICE ONE SHILLING EACH. ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF THE EXPEDITION TO THE CRIMEA.

GRINS. By the Smartest Nation in all Creation.

LIFE OF BARNUM, the Yankee Showman.

YANKEE CRAM; or, Slick Sketches by Uncle Sam. POE’S TALES OF MYSTERY, IMAGINATION, AND HUMOUR. 1st Series.

— 2nd Series.

MRS. STOWE’S SUNNY MEMORIES OF FOREIGN LANDS.

VICTOR HUGO’S NAPOLEON THE LITTLE. PARISIAN SIGHTS AND FRENCH PRINCIPLES SEEN THROUGH AMERICAN SPECTACLES. LIFE AMONG THE GIANTS OF PATAGONIA. PHILOSOPHERS AND ACTRESSES. By Arsene Houssaye.

LETTERS, ESSAYS, AND SPEECHES OF PETER PLYMLEY.

THE SENATOR’S SON: a Tale of Intemperance. REJECTED ADDRESSES. By James and Horace Smith.

NILE NOTES OF A “HOWADJI;” or, The American in Egypt.

TWENTY YEARS IN THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDS. THE OLD GUARD OF NAPOLEON. WELLINGTON: THE STORY OF HIS LIFE, BATTLES, AND POLITICAL CAREER.

London: CHARLES H. CLARKE, 48a, Paternoster Row.

Citation

Charles H. Clarke and Samuel O. Beeton, “First Page of Front Advertisements in the [1853] Clarke, Beeton, & Co. Reprint, Version 1,” Wide, Wide World Digital Edition, accessed November 24, 2020, https://widewideworlddigitaledition.siue.edu/items/show/538.

Description

This front page advertisement for the 1853 Charles H. Clarke and Samuel O. Beeton shows the prices of "LITERATURE FOR THE RAIL," available to those on trains in that time period. The book titles listed on this page are: Illustrated History of the Expedition to the Crimea, The Smartest Nation in All Creation's Grins, The Yankee Showman's Life of Barnum, Yankee Cram, Poe's Tales of Myster, Imagination, and Humour, Mrs. Stowe's Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands, Hugo's Napoleon the Little, Parisan Sights and French Principles Seen Through American Spectacles, Life among the Giants of Patagonia, Houssaye's Philosophers and Actresses, Letters, Essays, and Speeches of Peter Plymley, The Senator's Son, Smith and Smith's Rejected Addresses, Nile Notes of a "Howadji", Twenty Years in the Phillippine Islands, The Old Guard of Napoleon, and Wellington: The Story of his Life, Battles, and Political Career. 

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Date

1853

Source

Wetherell, Elizabeth [Susan Warner]. The Wide, Wide World. Reprint, Edited with a preface by C.B. Tayler. London: Clarke, Beeton, & Co., [1853].

Creator

Charles H. Clarke and Samuel O. Beeton

Contributor

SIUE IRIS Center
Collection of Jessica DeSpain

Publisher

The Wide, Wide World Digital Edition
Clarke, Beeton

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London

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2DES_19_001A