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Arm-chair essays
by the author of "Three-cornered essays," "Robertson of Brighton," etc.

Published 1888 by Ward and Downey in London .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

The ethics of dining.
Concerning parlours.
The ethics of a postage-stamp.
The curious history of some misdirected letters.
The growth of a suburb.
The progress of watering-places.
Two peeps into Spain.
A day at Monte Carlo.
The inner life of a London hospital.
Odd experiences of Christmastide.
Sussex downs and villages.
Walking parties.
The argument in favour of ghosts.
The education of the streets.
Noblemen in business.
Hints to travellers.
Some experiences of weddings.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
824/.8
Library of Congress
PR4015.A4 A8 1888b

The Physical Object

Pagination
318 p.
Number of pages
318

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL5763042M
Internet Archive
b24859060
LC Control Number
71248706

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