Routledge's Railway Library
Publisher: George Routledge & Co. Country: U.K. Date: 1848-99.
Baron Montez of Panama and Paris: a novel
by Archibald Clavering Gunter.
London : George Routledge and Sons, 1893
(Routledge's Railway Library, no. 1181).
Hardback. 266 pages.
ROUTLEDGE'S RAILWAY LIBRARY (GEORGE ROUTLEDGE)
Series Note: This was a a popular cheap reprint series designed to be sold to train travellers on the fast growing British railway network in the Victorian period. These were sold through W. H. Smith's bookstalls on railway platforms. Over a period of 50 years 1,277 books were published in this series. Most books were published as pictorial hardbacks in the "yellowback" format (with bestsellers being later released as even cheaper paperbacks).
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Richard Henry Savage - In the Old Chateau: A Story of Russian Poland
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Chester W. Topp, Victorian Yellowbacks and Paperbacks, vol. 1 (1993)
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