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Patrick McCarthy <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 23 Jun 1994 09:16:20 -0700
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Coming Postings:
A.      In the next few days DICKNS-L will be making
available a Ten-Year Dickens Bibliography based on the
holdings of the libraries of the University of California.
The bibliography will be in a separate posting and then
will be deposited in DICKNS-L files for future reference
or downloading to your own computer.

B.     Also you will be getting the schedule of the
conference on Victorian Work which takes place, under
the aegis of the Dickens Project, at UC Santa Cruz this
coming August 4 to 7.

...and for those who may have missed an earlier communique
there is a ...


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Patrick McCarthy