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'''Princess''', also known as '''The New Princess and Girl''', was a weekly magazine aimed at girls, published by Fleetway. From [[October 10]], [[1964]] to [[January 16]], [[1965]], it featured an abridged, fifteen part serialization of ''[[The Hobbit]]''.  
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'''Princess''', also known as '''The New Princess and Girl''', was a weekly magazine aimed at girls, published by Fleetway. From [[10 October|October 10]], [[1964]] to [[January 16]], [[1965]], it featured an abridged, fifteen part serialization of ''[[The Hobbit]]''.  
  
 
Each episode was published on two pages, and featured five images by [[Ferguson Dewar]].  
 
Each episode was published on two pages, and featured five images by [[Ferguson Dewar]].  

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The first issue to feature The Hobbit.

Princess, also known as The New Princess and Girl, was a weekly magazine aimed at girls, published by Fleetway. From October 10, 1964 to January 16, 1965, it featured an abridged, fifteen part serialization of The Hobbit.

Each episode was published on two pages, and featured five images by Ferguson Dewar.

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