The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green
The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green
The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green
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Summary

The Adventures
of
Mr. Verdant Green,
An Oxford Freshman.
By Cuthbert Bede, B.A.
With Numerous Illustrations,
Designed and Drawn on the Wood by the Author.

“A College Joke to Curb the Dumps.”
Swift.

One Hundred and Seventh Thousand.

London:
James Blackwood & Co., Lovell’s Court,
Paternoster Row.

References

The Sixty-second Thousand, green cloth, price 3s. 6d., Railway edition, 3s., post-free,
THE ADVENTURES OF MR. VERDANT GREEN. By CUTHBERT BEDE, B.A.
Complete in one volume.
“A college joke to cure the dumps.” —Swift.
This edition fo a work of world-wide reputation is got up in a superior style, with portrait of the author and hero of the tale, with nearly 300 illustrations.
“No library can be complete without it.”
“This merry book.” —Athenaeum.
“No one who reads the brochure need remain verdant on many of the mysteries inseperable from the pursuit of knowledge at Oxford or Cambridge.” —Morning Post.
“The woodcuts are as clever as the text.” —Critic.
“We seldom or ever read a more ingeniously-absurb biography.” —York Herald.
London: James Blackwood, Paternoster-row.
– The Morning Post, London, England, 20 Mar 1858

Notes

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