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LAYS OF MANY LANDS. By a Knight Errant. Illustrated. Crown 8vo.
Pharaoh Land.

Wonder Land.
Home Land.

Rhine Land.
SEEKING HIS FORTUNE, AND OTHER STORIES. Crown Svo.

Four Illustrations. Price 35. 6d.

Contents.-Seeking his Fortune.-Oluf and Stephanoff.-What's in a Name ?Contrast.-Onesta.

A series of instructive and interesting stories for children of both sexes, each one

enforcing, indirectly, a good moral lesson. DADDY'S PET. By Mrs. Ellen Ross (Nelsie Brook). Square crown

Svo, uniform with “ Lost Gip.” 6 Illustrations.

A pathetic story of lowly life, showing the good influence of home and of child-life upon an uncultivated but true-hearted “navvy."

THREE WORKS BY MARTHA FARQUHARSON. Each Story is independent and complete in itself. They are published in uniform

size and price, and are elegantly bound and illustrated. · I. ELSIE DINSMORE. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.

II. ELSIE'S GIRLHOOD. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.
III. ELSIE'S HOLIDAYS AT ROSELANDS. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.

The Stories by this author have a very high reputation in America, and of all her books these are the most popular and widely circulated. These are the only English editions

sanctioned by the author, who has a direct interest in this English Edition. LOST GIP. By Hesba Stretton, Author of “Little Meg," "Alone in

London." Square crown 8vo. Six Illustrations. Price is. 6d. *** A HANDSOMELY BOUND EDITION, WITH TWELVE ILLUSTRA

TIONS, PRICE HALF-A-CROWN.
“Thoroughly enlists the sympathies of formist.
the reader."-Church Review.

"An exquisitely touching little story." “Full of tender touches." —Noncon | -Church Herald. THE KING'S SERVANTS. By Hesba Stretton, Author of “Lost

Gip." Square crown 8vo, uniform with “Lost Gip.” 8 Illustrations.
Price Is. 6d.

Part I. - Faithful in Little. Part II.-Unfaithful. Part III.-Faithful in Much. AT SCHOOL WITH AN OLD DRAGOON. By Stephen J.

Mac Kenna. Crown 8vo. 55. With Six Illustrations.
At Ghuznee Villa.” In a Golden Fort.

A Baptism of Frost.
Introductory.

Who Shot the Kafirs.
Henry and Amy.
True to his Salt.

John Chinaman and the
A Story of Canterbury. Mother Moran's Enemies. I Middies.
A Disastrous Trumpet Call. Sooka the Sycee; or, Sea
A Baptisın of Fire.

Horses in Reality.
A Series of Stories of Military and Naval Adventure, related by an old Retired Officer
of the Army.

A Little Gards

John,

nina

65, Cornhill; 12, Paternoster Row, London.

BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG, ETC. continued.
FANTASTIC STORIES. Translated from the German of Richard

Leander, by Paulina B. Granville. Crown 8vo. Eight full-page
Illustrations.
The Magic Organ.
The Wishing Ring.

| The Dreaming Beech.
The Invisible Kingdom. The Three Princesses with The Little Hump-Backed
The Knight who Grew Hearts of Glass.

Maiden.
Rusty.
The Old Bachelor.

Heavenly Music.
Of the Queen who could not | Sepp's Courtship.

The Old Hair Trunk.
make Gingerbread Nuts, Heino in the Marsh.
and of the King who could Unlucky Dog and Fortune's
not play the Jew's Harp. | Favourite.

These are translations of some of the best of Richard Leander's well-known stories for

children. The illustrations to this work are of singular beauty and finish. THE AFRICAN CRUISER. A Midshipman's Adventures on the West

Coast. A Book for Boys. By S. Whitchurch Sadler, R.N. Three
Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.

A book of real adventures among slavers on the West Coast of Africa. One chief

recommendation is the faithfulness of the local colouring. THE LITTLE WONDER-HORN. By Jean Ingelow. A Second

Series of Stories told to a Child." Fifteen Illustrations. Cloth, gilt. 35. 6d.

“ Full of fresh and vigorous fancy: it is “We like all the contents of the 'Little worthy of the author of some of the best of Wonder-Horn' very much."-Athenaeum. our modern verse."-Standard.

“ We recommend it with confidence." Pall Mall Gazette.

Second Edition.
BRAVE MEN'S FOOTSTEPS. A Book of Example and Anecdote for

Young People. By the Editor of " Men who have Risen.” With
Four Illustrations. By C. Doyle. 35. 6d.

The little volume is precisely of the "A readable and instructive volume.”—
stamp to win the favour of those who, in Examiner,
choosing a gift for a boy, would consult his “ No more welcome book for the school-
moral development as well as his temporary boy could be imagined." - Birmingham
pleasure."-Daily Telegraph.

Daily Gazette.

Third Edition. STORIES IN PRECIOUS STONES. By Helen Zimmern. With

Six Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 55.

“A pretty little book which fanciful | “A series of pretty tales which are half young persons will appreciate, and which | fantastic, half natural, and pleasantly will remind its readers of many a legend, and I quaint, as befits stories intended for the many an imaginary virtue attached to the young.”—Daily Telegraph. gems they are so fond of wearing.”-Post. |

Second Edition
GUTTA-PERCHA WILLIE, THE WORKING GENIUS, By

George Macdonald. With Illustrations by Arthur Hughes. Crown
Svo. 35. 6d.

An amusing and instructive book."- 1 “The cleverest child we know assures us Yorkshire Post.

she has read this story through five times. “One of those charming books for which | Mr. Macdonald will, we are convinced, the author is so well known.”-Edinburgh accept that verdict upon his little work as Daily Review,

final."-Spectator.

65, Cornhill ; & 12, Paternoster Row, London.

BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG, ETC.continued. THE TRAVELLING MENAGERIE. By Charles Camden, Author

of “Hoity Toity." Illustrated by J. Mahoney, Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.

“A capital little book . ... deserves al “A very attractive story.” Public wide circulation among our boys and girls,” | Opinion, --Hour.

PLUCKY FELLOWS. A Book for Boys. By Stephen J. Mac Kenna.

With Six Illustrations. Crown 8vo. Price 35. 6d.

“This is one of the very best 'Books for throughout in a manly straightforward Boys' which have been issued this year." manner that is sure to win the hearts of the Morning Advertiser.

children for whom it is intended."-London A thorough book for boys ... written | Society.

THE GREAT DUTCH ADMIRALS. By Jacob de Liefde. Crown

8vo. Illustrated. Price 55.
“A really good book."-Standard.

“Thoroughly interesting and inspirit-
“May be recommended as a wholesome ing.”Public Opinion.
present for boys. They will find in it nu "A really excellent book.” -Spectator.
merous tales of adventure."--Atheni

New Edition. THE DESERT PASTOR, JEAN JAROUSSEAU. Translated from

the French of Eugene Pelletan. By Colonel E. P. De L'Hoste. In fcap. 8vo, with an Engraved Frontispiece. Price 3s. 6d.

“There is a poetical simplicity and pic “This charming specimen of Eugène turesqueness; the noblest heroism ; unpre Pelletan's tender grace, humour, and hightentious religion ; pure love, and the toned morality." Notes and Queries. spectacle of a household brought up in the “A touching record of the struggles in fear of the Lord. ...."--Illustrated the cause of religious liberty of a real London News.

man.”-Graphic.

THE DESERTED SHIP. A Real Story of the Atlantic. By Cupples

Howe, Master Mariner Illustrated by Townley Green. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.

“Curious adventures with bears, seals, material with which the story deals, and and other Arctic animals, and with scarcely | will much interest boys who have a spice more human Esquimaux, form the mass of of romance in their composition.”-Courant.

HOITY TOITY, THE GOOD LITTLE FELLOW. By Charles

Camden. Illustrated. Crown 8vo. 35. 6d.

Young folks may gather a good deal of a charming little fellow who meddles always wisdom from the story, which is written with a kindly disposition with other people's in an amusing and attractive style.”— affairs and helps them to do right. There Courant.

are many shrewd lessons to be picked up in “Relates very pleasantly the history of this clever little story.”—Public Opinion.

65, Cornhill ; & 12, Paternoster Row, London.

POETRY.

LYRICS OF LOVE FROM SHAKESPEARE TO TENNYSON.

Selected and arranged by W. Davenport Adams. Fcap. 8vo, price 35. 6d.

"He has the prettiest love-songs for maids." —Shakespeare.

DEDICATED BY PERMISSION TO THE Poet LAUREATE. WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT'S POEMS. Red-line Edition. Handsomely bound. With Illustrations and Portrait of the Author. Price 75. 6d.

A Cheaper Edition is also published. Price 3s. 6d.

These are the only complete English Editions sanctioned by the Author. ENGLISH SONNETS. Collected and Arranged by John Dennis.

Small crown 8vo. Elegantly bound, price 35. 6d. HOME-SONGS FOR QUIET HOURS. By the Rev. Canon R. H. Baynes, Editor of " English Lyrics” and “Lyra Anglicana.”

Handsomely printed and bound, price 3s. 6d. THE DISCIPLES. A New Poem. By Harriet Eleanor Hamilton

King. Crown 8vo. 75. 6d.

The present work was commenced at teacher. The author enjoyed the privilege the express instance of the great Italian of Mazzini's friendship, and the first part patriot, Mazzini, and commemorates some of this work was on its way to him when of his associates and fellow-workers-men tidings reached this country that he had

who looked up to him as their master and I passed away,
SONGS FOR MUSIC. By Four Friends. Square crown 8vo.

CONTAINING SONGS BY
Reginald A. Gatty. Stephen H. Gatty.

Greville J. Chester. J. H. E.
THE POETICAL AND PROSE WORKS OF ROBERT BU.

CHANAN. A Collected Edition, in 5 Vols.

Vol. I. Contains.--"Ballads and Ro- | “Allegories and Sonnets.” mances ;” “Ballads and Poems of Life." I Vol. III._"Cruiskeen Sonnets ;” “Book Vol. II.—“Ballads and Poems of Life;" | of Orm ;” “Political Mystics."

The Contents of the remaining Volumes will be duly announced.

THOUGHTS IN VERSE. Small crown 8vo. 1 NARCISSUS AND OTHER POEMS. This is a Collection of Verses expressive

By E. Carpenter. Small crown 8vo.

Price 5s. of religious feeling, written from a Theistic stand-point.

A TALE OF THE SEA, SONNETS,

AND OTHER POEMS. By James COSMOS. A Poem. Small crown 8vo.

Howell, Crown 8vo, cloth, 5s. SUBJECT.- Nature in the Past and in the IMITATIONS FROM THE GERMAN Present.--Man in the Past and in the Pre

OF SPITTA AND TERSTEGEN. sent.--The Future.

By Lady Durand. Crown 8vo. 45.

An acceptable addition to the religious VIGNETTES IN RHYME. Collected poetry of the day.”-Courant. Verses. By Austin Dobson. Crown 8vo.

METRICAL TRANSLATIONS FROM Price 55.

THE GREEK AND LATIN POETS, A Collection of Vers de Société, for the AND OTHER POEMS. By R. B. most part contributed to various magazines. Boswell, M.A. Oxon. Crown 8vo.

65, Cornhill ; & 12, Paternoster Row, London.

POETRY-continued.

ON VIOL AND FLUTE. A New Volume 1 CALDERON'S DRAMAS. of Poems, by Edmund W. Gosse. With

THE PURGATORY OF ST. PATRICK. a Frontispiece by W. B. Scott. Crown

The WONDERFUL MAGICIAN. 8vo.

LIFE IS A DREAM. EASTERN LEGENDS AND STORIES

Translated from the Spanish. By Denis
IN ENGLISH VERSE. By Lieu-

Florence MacCarthy. 105.
tenant Norton Powlett, Royal Artillery.
Crown 8vo. 55.

These translations have never before

been published. The “Purgatory of St. “Have we at length found a successor

Patrick" is a new version, with new and to Thomas Ingoldsby? We are almost

elaborate historical notes.
inclined to hope so after reading 'Eastern
Legends.' There is a rollicking sense of

SONGS FOR SAILORS. By Dr. W. C.

Bennett. Dedicated by Special Request fun about the stories, joined to marvellous

to power of rhyming, and plenty of swing,

H. R. H. the Duke of Edinburgh. which irresistibly reminds us of our old

Crown 8vo. 35. 6d. With Steel Portrait favourite.”—Graphic.

and Illustrations. EDITH ; or, LOVE AND LIFE IN CHESHIRE.

An Edition in Illustrated paper Covers.
By T. Ashe, Author of the “Sorrows of

Price is.
Hypsipyle," etc. Sewed. Price 6d. WALLED IN, AND OTHER POEMS.

A really fine poem, full of tender, By the Rev. Henry J. Bulkeley. Crown subtle touches of feeling.”Manchester

Svo. 55.
News.

“A remarkable book of genuine poetry.”
“Pregnant from beginning to end with -Evening Standard.
the results of careful observation and ima-

Genuine power displayed.” - Exaginative power.”-Chester Chronicle.

miner. THE GALLERY OF PIGEONS, AND

“...... Poetical feeling is manifest OTHER POEMS. By Theo. Mar here, and the diction of the poem is unimzials. Crown 8vo. 45. 6d.

peachable."-Pall Mall Gazette.

“He has successfully attempted what “A conceit abounding in prettiness.”—

has seldom before been well done, viz., the E.raminer

treatment of subjects not in themselves “Contains as clear evidence as a book

poetical from a poetic point of view."can contain that its composition was a

Graphic. source of keen and legitimate enjoyment.

"Intensity of feeling, a rugged pathos, The rush of fresh, sparkling fancies is too

robustness of tone, and a downrightness of rapid, too sustained, too abundant, not to

expression which does not shrink from even be spontaneous.”-Academy.

slang if it seem best fitted for his purpose.' THE INN OF STRANGE MEETINGS,

-Illustrated London News. AND OTHER POEMS. By Mortimer

SONGS OF LIFE AND DEATH. By Collins. Crown 8vo. 55.

John Payne, Author of “ Intaglios," Abounding in quiet humour, in bright

“Sonnets,” “The Masque of Shadows,” fancy, in sweetness and melody of expres

etc. Crown 8vo. 55. sion, and, at times, in the tenderest touches

“The art of ballad-writing has long been of pathos.”—Graphic. "Mr. Collins has an undercurrent of

lost in England, and Mr. Payne may claim chivalry and romance beneath the trifling

to be its restorer. It is a perfect delight to vein of good-humoured banter which is

meet with such a ballad as `May Margaret' the special characteristic of his verse.”

in the present volume.” – Westminster Atheneum.

Review. EROS AGONISTES. By E. B. D. Crown ASPROMONTE, AND OTHER POEMS. 8vo. 35. 6d.

Second Edition, cloth. 45. 6d. “The author of these verses has written

“The volume is anonymous, but there a very touching story of the human heart is no reason for the author to be ashamed in the story he tells with such pathos and

of it. The ' Poems of Italy' are evidently power, of an affection cherished so long inspired by genuine enthusiasm in the and so secretly. . . . It is not the

cause espoused ; and one of them, 'The least merit of these pages that they are

Execution of Felice Orsini,' has much everywhere illumined with moral and re

poetic merit, the event celebrated being ligious sentiment suggested, not paraded, told with dramatic force.”-Athenaeum. of the brightest, purest character."

"The verse is fluent and free."-SpecStandard.

tator.

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