This is a cool vintage edition of A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens
The inside front paper reads "see Page 16".
Inside page (opposite Title Page) has stamp from McKendree Manor.
Page 16 has the extra words; "We have oftentimes the honor to entertain your gentlemen in their travelling backwards and …"
There is advertising in the back with A.L. Burt's Catalogue Of Books For Young People By Popular Writers
Published by: A.L. Burt Company
Date: No Date probably around 1912 or so. 372 pages
Desc: Red cloth on boards. Gold on spine. gilt lettering. no dust jacket. Binding is starting front and back. Wearing around edges of book. Two small holes on outside spine. Pages are yellowed with age, but clean otherwise. The outside pages show water mark.