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in a simple opera-glass, but

                                    for a single moment;
he met the shudderations with an unclinching aspect.       1
a charming writer!’ All shudderaction;
the whole system may be kept
ing with emotion, they will sigh,
‘Ah, in a simple opera-glass       2
the absorbing situ-thing that made me shudder.
ations, but we meet
familiar       3

prompted by shudderings this building, demo work upstairs. 20211213

  1. OCR cross-column misread,
    at Bulwer, “Leila [misspelled ‘Lelia’ in this number], or the Siege of Grenada” (continued; Chapter 13 “The Tribunal and the Miracle”), in The Philadelphia Visiter, and Parlour Companion (“Devoted to popular and miscellaneous literature, fashions and music”) 3:16 (April 1838): 361-372
    Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1803-1873) wikipedia; and his Leila; or, The Siege of Granada (also) wikipedia
    The Philadelphia Visiter was edited by Horatio Newton Moore (1814-1859), see worldcat
  2. OCR cross-column and other misconstrualing,
    at Octave Uzanne, “The End of Books” (Illustrations by A. Robida), in Scribner’s Magazine 16:2 (August 1894) : 221-231 (225)
    for Octave Uzanne (1851-1931), again consult wikipedia
    Albert Robida (1848-1926), ditto
  3. OCR cross-column misread,
    involving a favorable brief review of A Woman’s Honor (“A New Southern Novel by M. Fuller Merriam?) and “Where’s the Catch” (on a poorly edited and proofread — and rival? — new journal, unnamed) in The Editor (“A journal of information for literary workers,” Franklin, Ohio) 9:1 (January 1899) : 36

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