AURORA FLOYD (1863)
BY
MARY ELIZABETH BRADDON
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The first monthly instalment of the serialisation of Aurora Floyd in Temple Bar, January 1863.

The sixth edition in three volumes, published by Tinsley Brothers in 1863 (one volume lacking spine cloth).

Title page of the first volume of the sixth edition in three volumes, published by Tinsley Brothers in 1863.

Confusingly this one volume edition published by Tinsley in 1863, is also described as the sixth edition on the title page.

8th edition, published by Tinsley Brothers in 1864 on the title page, but according to spine Ward, Lock & Tyler.

Frontis illustration to eighth edition by W. Carter.
'How dared you!" cried Aurora, - "how dared you hurt him? My poor dog! My poor lame, feeble dog! How dared you to do it? You cowardly dastard! you-----' page 140

Reprint published by John & Robert Maxwell in 1878.

1885 yellowback published by John & Robert Maxwell.

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