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Mrs. Brown on the Tichborne case / by Arthur Sketchley
Bib ID 872078
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Sketchley, Arthur, 1817-1882, author
 
Printer [London] : Simmons & Botten, Printers, 4a Shoe Lane
Description London : George Routledge and Sons, 1872 
152 pages ; 17 cm 
Series

The "Mrs. Brown" series

"Mrs. Brown" series.

Notes

Arthur Sketchley is a pseudonym of George Rose.

Cited In

Topp, C.W. Victorian yellowbacks & paperbacks, 1849-1905, I, p. 214

Sadleir, M. XIX cent. fiction, 3631 (16)

Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 15740

Subjects Doughty-Tichborne, Roger Charles, 1829-1854 -- Humor  |  Orton, Arthur, 1834-1898 -- Trials, litigation, etc. -- Humor.  |  Trials (Impostors and imposture) -- Great Britain -- Humor.  |  Inheritance and succession -- Humor.  |  Perjury -- Humor.  |  Australian
Form/genre Satires, English.  |  Yellowbacks
Other authors/contributors Rose, George, 1817-1882
Also Titled

Tichborne case

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