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[Broadside]: Corn Hall, Harleston. A Lecture on Charles Dickens (With Readings from some of his best Works) Will be delivered in the above hall, on Friday Evening, May 9th ... by John Trist ... Tickets to be had of Mr. Cann, Bookseller
Harleston, [Norfolk, England]: T.S. Cann, Printer. [no date - probably 1873]. Broadside on light green paper. Approximately 15" x 20". Old folds and modest tears with several small and neat professional repairs at the folds on the verso, very good or better. A handsome and relatively large broadside advertising a lecture, and with a list of about a dozen readings from Dickens including "Scrooge the Miser," "Barkis is Willing," "Oliver Twist," "David Copperfield," and "Uriah Heep." In 1875 Trist wrote a little known book of short essays called Threads of Gossamer that treats of Dickens. We can find one mention of the printer Cann, also in 1875: the closest May 9th to that day would be either 1873 or 1879. .
      [Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABA]
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