Harper's Monthly December 1856

Harper's Monthly December 1856
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Original Edition

Publisher-Printing Location: Harper & Brothers,  New York

Date and Numbering: Harper's New Monthly Magazine December, 1856 Volume XIV, Number LXXIX

Size and Page Count:6.5" X 10" Tall, 152 pages the back cover with book advertisements and  statement of Harper's New Monthly Magazine.

Condition: Good, binding tight, cover has a few small tears, a few page edges uncut and browning

Illustrations Information: 54 woodcut illustrations

 -------An excellent opportunity for the collector, researcher, or historian------

Articles and Information:

Sunnyside:The home of Washington Irving
Scraps from an artist's note-book:  Omoa
A gigantic centipede
Passages of Eastern travel. By an American  - By William Cowper Prime
The White Hills in October
How to keep well
Poem - How it happened
The old man's story
The Virginia editor. By a Virginian
The shell and the pearl
A prince of intrigue
The crystal bell
The fall of Islam
Poem - Sowing in tears
Little Dorrit (chaps. XLI-XLIII)  - By Charles Dickens
Monthly record of current events
Literary notices/Review
Editor's table  - By Alfred H. (Alfred Hudson) Guernsey
Editor's easy chair - By George William Curtis
Fashions for December/Department

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