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The Project Gutenberg EBook of The Story of Jack and the Giants, by Anonymous

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Title: The Story of Jack and the Giants

Author: Anonymous

Release Date: April 14, 2005 [EBook #15621]

Language: English

Character set encoding: ASCII

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Transcriber's note:

In this e-text illustrations have been labelled according to their
descriptions at the beginning of the book.




[Illustration: By Stratagem of a Pit Jack killeth the Giant Cormoran
_Frontispiece_
THE DEATH OF THE GIANT CORMORAN]

[Illustration: Jack listeneth to Stories of Giants and Fairies
_Title page_]




THE STORY
OF
Jack and the Giants.

ILLUSTRATED WITH
_Thirty-Five Drawings by_ RICHARD DOYLE.
_Engraved by_ G. _and_ E. DALZIEL.

[Illustration]

LONDON:
CUNDALL & ADDEY, 21 OLD BOND STREET.
1851.


LONDON:
Printed by ROBSON, LEVEY, and FRANKLYN,
Great New Street, Fetter Lane.




[Illustration]

THE STORY OF JACK AND THE GIANTS
ILLUSTRATED BY RICHARD DOYLE


Jack listeneth to Stories of Giants and Fairies. _Title page_

Jack at Rest. _Initial_

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