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JOHN MURRAY
50, Albemarle Street, August 1st, 1832. Mr. Murray avails himself of the present opportunity to inform the subscribers to the Family Library, that, in accordance with the original plan, the work will be completed in thirty-six volumes. ...
[London]: [John Murray], [1832].
[2] p. ; 14.6 cm. (8º)

A printed insertion leaf advertising the completion of Murray's Family Library series in thirty-six volumes and announcing the titles of the final three volumes to be published in September, October and November 1832. 'It having been found that the continuation of the History of England would interfere with this arrangement, that volume (which is itself a complete History of the Anglo-Saxons) will be so designated in a new Title-Page, which will be given to the Purchasers of the Volume on their application.' Sir Francis Palgrave's History of England. Vol. I. Anglo-Saxon period was published in 1831 as no. XXI of Murray's (later Tegg's) 'Family Library' series (q.v.). In fact the 'Family Library' continued to be published and a printed announcement to this effect dated 20 October 1832 was inserted at the front of no. XXXV (q.v.).

Copy Notes Tipped onto the front page of a four-page publisher's list (q.v.), bound in as issued (q.v.) at the front of Murray's Family Library edition of Sir David Brewster's Letters on natural magic, 1832 (q.v.).

Reference Number 6726


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