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8 LIST OP BOOKS PUBLISHED BY EDWARD MOXON & CO.
COMPLETION OF THOMAS HOOD'S WORKS.
Just published, illustrated with a Portrait of the Toet and Humorist, Photographed by J. and C. Watkins, from the Original Painting by Lewis,
A COMPLETE RE-ISSUE
THE WOKKS OF THOMAS HOOD.
COMIC AND SERIOUS, IK PROSE AND VERSE.
Edited, With Notes, By His Son. Containing All The -writings Of The Author Of The
SONG OF THE SHIRT
("Hood's Own," 1st and 2nd Series, excepted)
That Can Be Discovered Bt The Most Cabevul Research Axd Iequiei.
In Seven Volumes, small Svo., price £2 2s., cloth.
"The plan adopted is the chronological, so that the series will be not only a collection of the Poet's works, but a history of his mind."
"We are glad to find that the Editor has included in this edition many fugitive pieces, which in a few years hence it would have been impossible to identify. Everything calculated to throw light ou the development of Hood's genius will be welcome to the public, whom he moved at will to tears or laughter." Daily News.
"Mr. Thomas Hood has fulfilled his task as Editor remarkably well. His arrangement of the material at his command is most satisfactory, and his notes—not many—arc always succinct and to the purpose." Morning Post.
"But what an ingenious and whimsical punster was Hood, and what an exquisite lyrist I Fantastic ideas that would never occur to any other man, came naturally to him." The Prets.
BRADBtRT AND EVANS IT.IXTERS WHITEFRIARS.
A TREATISE ON PRACTICAL SEAMANSHIP,
A DICTIONARY OF SEA TERMS;
CUSTOMS AND USAGES OF THE MERCHANT SERVICE;
LAWS RELATING TO THE PRACTICAL DUTIES OP MASTER AND
By E. H. DANA, Jun\,
Author of "Two Tears before the Meat."
REVISED AND CORRECTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MOST RECENT ACTS
By Capt. BROWN, Royal Navt, C.B.,
Late Registrar-General of Seamen.
To sea-faring persons, and especially to those commencing the sealife ;—to owners and insurers of vessels; to judges and practitioners in maritime law ;—and to all those interested in acquainting themselves with the laws, customs, and duties of seamen;—this work is respectfully dedicated by