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CHATTO & WINDUS'S
January] List of Met Books. (1885.

WILKIE COLLINS'S NEW NOVEL
I SAY NO. By WILKIE COLLINS. 3 vols. crown Svo.

MRS. CASHEL HOEY'S NEW NOVEL.
THE LOVER'S CREED. By Mrs. CASHEL HOEY, Author of
* The Blossoming of an Aloe' &c. With 12 Illustrations by P. Macnab. 3 vols, crown 8vo.

NEW COPYRIGHT AMERICAN NOVEL.
FARNELL'S FOLLY. By J. T. TROWBRIDGE. 2 vols. crown 8vo.

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SARAH TYTLER'S NEW NOVEL.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. By SARAH TYTLER, Author of
The Bride's Pass,' Saint Mungo's City,'Citoyenne Jacqueline,' &c. 3 vols. crown 8vo.

CHARLES GIBBON'S NEW NOVEL.
BY MEAD AND STREAM. By CHARLES Gibbon, Author of
Robin Gray,' “The Golden Shaft,' Queen of the Meadow,' &c. 3 vols. crown 8vo.

ROBERT BUCHANAN'S NEW NOVEL.
FOXGLOVE MANOR. By ROBERT BUCHANAN, Author of The
Shadow of the Sword, God and the Man,' &c. 3 vols. crown 8vo.

BASIL'S NEW NOVEL.
"THE WEARING OF THE GREEN.' ] Basil, Author of
• Love the Debt,'' A Drawn Game,' &c. 3 vols. crown 8vo.

NEW NOVEL BY THE AUTHOR OF VALENTINA.'
GERALD y ELEANOR C. PRICE. 3 vols. crown 8vo. (Immediately.

NEW NOVEL BY CECIL POWER.
PHILISTIA. By CECIL POWER. 3 vols. crown 8vo.

NEW VOLUMES OF THE PICCADILLY NOVELS.'

Crown 8vo. cloth extra, 38, 60, each.
DOROTHY FORSTER. By WALTER JOAN MERRYWEATHER. By KA-

BESANT. With a Frontispiece by Charles Green, I THARINE SAUNDERS.
ALL IN A GARDEN FAIR. By MARGARET AND ELIZABETH. By

WALTER BESANT. With 6 Illustrations by Harry KATHARINE SAUNDERS.
Furniss.

GIDEON'S ROCK. By KATHARINE
SINGLEHEART AND DOUBLE-

FACE. By CHARLES READE. With Illustrations THE HIGH MILLS. By KATHARINE

by P. Macnab.
THE JILT, and other Tales. By THE CANON'S WARD. BY JAMES
CHARLES RÉADE. With Illustrations by Joseph

Payx. With a Steel-plate Portrait of the Author.
Nash.
GOOD STORIES OF MEN AND

A REAL QUEEN. By R. E. Fran

CILLON,
OTHER ANIMALS, By CARLES READE. With
Illustrations by E. A. Abbey, Percy Macquoid, and I LOVING A DREAM. By CHARLES

Joseph Nash.
MAID OF ATHENS. By JUSTIN WEIRD STORIES. By Mrs. J. H.

MCCARTHY, M.P. With 12 Illustrations by RIDDELL.

Frederick Barnard.
THE NEW ABELARD. By ROBERT

MISTRESS JUDITH. By C. C.

FRASER-TYTLER.
BUCHANAX.
ANNAN WATER. By ROBERT Bu.

MRS. LANCASTER'S RIVAL. By

ELEANOR C. PRICE.
CHANAN.
THE WAY OF THE WORLD. By

SAINT MUNGO'S CITY. By Sarah
D. CHRISTIE MURRAY,

A BIT OF HUMAN NATURE. By
FANCY FREE. By CHARLES GIBBON. / “ DAVID CHRISTIE MURRAY.

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JAMES PAYN'S NEW BOOK FOR BOYS.
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LORD BEACONSFIELD: a Biography. By T. P. O'CONNOR,

M.P. Sixth Edition, with a new Preface, bringing the work down to the death of Lord Beaconsfield.

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JENNINGS. With a Photograph-Portrait. Crown 8vo. cloth extra, 6s.
THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS OF ROBERT

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WINE, WOMEN, AND SONG: Mediæval Latin Students'

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