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| In 1891 Webster & Co., the publishing company
MT himself owned, brought out "A New and Cheap Edition" of
the novel. It was only available in one binding and sold for
$1. According to the advertising, it was "printed from new
plates," but the 44 illustrations it contained were all from
the original 174 pictures that E. W. Kemble had drawn for the
1885 first edition. In this gallery you can see which Kembles
were re-used by clicking on the active links on the list
at left. The illustrations listed in this color are the ones that were not
Two versions of the original novel, with all 144 illustrations, were also available at this time. The "cheapest" of these was $2.75.