His two long letters I have already printed, naturally with his full leave and blessing, in the library edition of the novel.
The text is a literal reprint from Keightley's library edition.
Ralston, nearly all of whom had already been represented in the library edition.
The early volumes in the library edition, issued during 1858-59, have only vignettes on the title-pages.
It is therefore now about twenty-one years old, and the publishers propose to mark its coming of age by issuing a library edition.
The above three volumes form the "library edition" of Elizabeth Stoddard's works.
The library edition, superior paper and binding, may still be had at two dollars a copy.
The original illustrations were added to the later issues of the library edition, and the series completed in 30 vols.
Associated with the library edition we find the name of Fred.
My account, written down at the time, of the first day's talk, has been printed as an appendix to the library edition of the book.
a set of an author's books in a uniform size and format