Dickens, Charles. Household Words: A Weekly Journal, Vol XIII. From January 19, 1856 , to July 12, 1856; Being from No. 304 to No. 329. London: Chapman & Hall, 1856. 
Green blindstamped publisher's cloth, titles in gilt, binding faded with light edge-wear. 23.5 cm (9 1/2 x 6 1/5 inches, 620 pp., tight. "Special Collection" stamp on ffep & tp; no other library markings (we purchased this in a bulk lot from an academic library). Good. Hardcover.
"Household Words was an English weekly magazine edited by Charles Dickens in the 1850s. It took its name from the line in Shakespeare's Henry V: 'Familiar in his mouth as household words.'...Household Words was published every Saturday from March 1850 to May 1859. Each number cost a mere tuppence, thereby ensuring a wide readership...The journal contained a mixture of fiction and nonfiction. A large amount of the non-fiction dealt with the social issues of the time." - wikipedia.