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Title: Macmillan & Co.'s Catalogue September 1874
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            BEDFORD STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON.
                           _September 1874._

_MACMILLAN & CO.'S CATALOGUE of Works in BELLES
LETTRES, including Poetry, Fiction, etc._


=Allingham.=--LAURENCE BLOOMFIELD IN IRELAND; or, the New
    Landlord. By WILLIAM ALLINGHAM. New and Cheaper Issue, with a
    Preface. Fcap. 8vo. cloth. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is vital with the national character.... It has
      something of Pope's point and Goldsmith's simplicity,
      touched to a more modern issue._"--ATHENÆUM.

=An Ancient City, and other Poems.=--By A NATIVE OF SURREY.
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

=Archer.=--CHRISTINA NORTH. By E. M. ARCHER. Two vols.
    Crown 8vo. 21_s._

      "_The work of a clever, cultivated person, wielding a
      practised pen. The characters are drawn with force and
      precision, the dialogue is easy: the whole book displays
      powers of pathos and humour, and a shrewd knowledge of men
      and things._"--SPECTATOR.

=Arnold.=--THE COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS. Vol. I. NARRATIVE AND ELEGIAC
    POEMS. Vol. II. DRAMATIC AND LYRIC POEMS. By MATTHEW ARNOLD. Extra
    fcap. 8vo. Price 6_s._ each.

      _The two volumes comprehend the First and Second Series
      of the Poems, and the New Poems._ "_Thyrsis is a poem
      of perfect delight, exquisite in grave tenderness of
      reminiscence, rich in breadth of western light, breathing
      full the spirit of gray and ancient Oxford._"--SATURDAY
      REVIEW.

=Atkinson.=--AN ART TOUR TO THE NORTHERN CAPITALS OF EUROPE. By
    J. BEAVINGTON ATKINSON. 8vo. 12_s._

      "_We can highly recommend it; not only for the valuable
      information it gives on the special subjects to which it is
      dedicated, but also for the interesting episodes of travel
      which are interwoven with, and lighten, the weightier
      matters of judicious and varied criticism on art and
      artists in northern capitals._"--ART JOURNAL.

=Baker.=--CAST UP BY THE SEA; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF NED GREY.
    By SIR SAMUEL BAKER, M.A., F.R.G.S. With Illustrations by
    HUARD. Fifth Edition. Crown 8vo. cloth gilt. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_An admirable tale of adventure, of marvellous incidents,
      wild exploits, and terrible dénouements._"--DAILY
      NEWS. "_A story of adventure by sea and land in the
      good old style._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

=Baring-Gould.=--Works by S. BARING-GOULD, M.A.:--

    IN EXITU ISRAEL. An Historical Novel. Two Vols. 8vo. 21_s._

      "_Full of the most exciting incidents and ably portrayed
      characters, abounding in beautifully attractive
      legends, and relieved by descriptions fresh, vivid, and
      truth-like._"--WESTMINSTER REVIEW.

    LEGENDS OF OLD TESTAMENT CHARACTERS, from the Talmud and
    other sources. Two vols. Crown 8vo. 16_s._ Vol. I. Adam to
    Abraham. Vol. II. Melchizedek to Zachariah.

      "_These volumes contain much that is very strange, and,
      to the ordinary English reader, very novel._"--DAILY
      NEWS.

=Barker.=--Works by LADY BARKER:--

      "_Lady Barker is an unrivalled
      story-teller._"--GUARDIAN.

    STATION LIFE IN NEW ZEALAND. New and Cheaper Edition. Crown
    8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_We have never read a more truthful or a pleasanter little
      book._"--ATHENÆUM.

    SPRING COMEDIES. STORIES.

      CONTENTS:--A Wedding Story--A Stupid Story--A
      Scotch Story--A Man's Story. Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_Lady Barker is endowed with a rare and delicate gift
      for narrating stories,--she has the faculty of throwing
      even into her printed narrative a soft and pleasant tone,
      which goes far to make the reader think the subject or the
      matter immaterial, so long as the author will go on telling
      stories for his benefit._"--ATHENÆUM.

    STORIES ABOUT:--With Six Illustrations. Third Edition.
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      _This volume contains several entertaining stories about
      Monkeys, Jamaica, Camp Life, Dogs, Boys, &c. "There is not
      a tale in the book which can fail to please children as
      well as their elders._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

    A CHRISTMAS CAKE IN FOUR QUARTERS. With Illustrations by
    JELLICOE. Second Edition. Ex. fcap. 8vo. cloth
    gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_Contains just the stories that children should be
      told. 'Christmas Cake' is a delightful Christmas
      book._"--GLOBE.

    RIBBON STORIES. With Illustrations by C. O. MURRAY.
    Second Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo. cloth gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_We cannot too highly commend. It is exceedingly happy
      and original in the plan, and the graceful fancies of
      its pages, merry and pathetic turns, will be found
      the best reading by girls of all ages, and by boys
      too._"--TIMES.

    SYBIL'S BOOK. Illustrated by S. E. WALLER. Second Edition.
    Globe 8vo. gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_Another of Lady Barker's delightful stories, and one of
      the most thoroughly original books for girls that has been
      written for many years. Grown-up readers will like it quite
      as much as young people, and will even better understand
      the rarity of such simple, natural, and unaffected
      writing.... That no one can read the story without interest
      is not its highest praise, for no one ought to be able to
      lay it down without being the better girl or boy, or man or
      woman, for the reading of it. Lady Barker has never turned
      her fertile and fascinating pen to better account, and for
      the sake of all readers we wish 'Sybil's Book's a wide
      success._"--TIMES.

=Bell.=--ROMANCES AND MINOR POEMS. By HENRY GLASSFORD BELL.
    Fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Full of life and genius._"--COURT CIRCULAR.

=Besant.=--STUDIES IN EARLY FRENCH POETRY. By WALTER BESANT, M.A.
    Crown 8vo. 8_s._ 6_d._

      _The present work aims to afford information and direction
      touching the early efforts of France in poetical
      literature._ "_In one moderately sized volume he has
      contrived to introduce us to the very best, if not to all
      of the early French poets._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Betsy Lee=; A FO'C'S'LE YARN. Extra fcap. 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_There is great vigour and much pathos in this
      poem._"--MORNING POST.

      "_We can at least say that it is the work of a true
      poet._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Black (W.)=--Works by W. BLACK, Author of "A Daughter of Heth."

    THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF A PHAETON. Seventh and Cheaper
    Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._ Also, Illustrated by S. E.
    WALLER, 8vo. cloth gilt. 10_s._ 6_d._

      "_The book is a really charming description of a thousand
      English landscapes and of the emergencies and the fun and
      the delight of a picnic journey through them by a party
      determined to enjoy themselves, and as well matched as
      the pair of horses which drew the phaeton they sat in.
      The real charm and purpose of the book is its open-air
      life among hills and dales._"--TIMES. "_The
      great charm of Mr. Black's book is that there is nothing
      hackneyed about it, nothing overdrawn,--all is bright and
      lifelike._"--MORNING POST.

    A PRINCESS OF THULE. Three vols. Sixth and cheaper Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      The SATURDAY REVIEW says:--"_A novel which is
      both romantic and natural, which has much feeling, without
      any touch of mawkishness, which goes deep into character
      without any suggestion of painful analysis--this is a rare
      gem to find amongst the debris of current literature,
      and this, or nearly this, Mr. Black has given us in the
      'Princess of Thule.'_" "_It has, for one thing, the great
      charm of novelty.... There is a picturesqueness in all that
      Mr. Black writes, but scarcely even in the 'Adventures
      of a Phaeton' are there the freshness and sweetness and
      perfect sense of natural beauty we find in this last
      book._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE. "_A beautiful and
      nearly perfect story._"--SPECTATOR.

=Borland Hall.=--By the Author of "Olrig Grange." Crown 8vo. 7_s._

=Brooke.=--THE FOOL OF QUALITY; OR, THE HISTORY OF HENRY, EARL OF
    MORELAND. By HENRY BROOKE. Newly revised, with a Biographical
    Preface by the Rev. CHARLES KINGSLEY, M.A., Rector of Eversley.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

=Broome.=--THE STRANGER of SERIPHOS. A Dramatic Poem. By FREDERICK
    NAPIER BROOME. Fcap. 8vo. 5_s._

      _Founded on the Greek legend of Danaë and Perseus._
      "_Grace and beauty of expression are Mr. Broome's
      characteristics; and these qualities are displayed in many
      passages._"--ATHENÆUM. "_The story is rendered
      with consummate beauty._"--LITERARY CHURCHMAN.

=Buist.=--BIRDS, THEIR CAGES AND THEIR KEEP: Being a Practical
    Manual of Bird-Keeping and Bird-Rearing. By K. A. BUIST. With
    Coloured Frontispiece and other Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

=Burnand.=--MY TIME, AND WHAT I'VE DONE WITH IT. By F. C. BURNAND.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

=Cabinet Pictures.=--Oblong folio, price 42_s._

      CONTENTS:--"_Childe Harold's Pilgrimage_"
      _and_ "_The Fighting Téméraire_," _by J. M. W. Turner_;
      "_Crossing the Bridge_," _by Sir W. A. Callcott_; "_The
      Cornfield_," _by John Constable_; _and_ "_A Landscape_,"
      _by Birket Foster. The_ DAILY NEWS _says of them_,
      "_They are very beautifully executed, and might be framed
      and hung up on the wall, as creditable substitutes for the
      originals._"

    CABINET PICTURES. A Second Series.

      _Containing_:--"_The Baths of Caligula_" _and_ "_The Golden
      Bough_," _by J. W. M. Turner_; "_The Little Brigand_," _by
      T. Uwins_; "_The Lake of Lucerne_," _by Percival Skelton_;
      "_Evening Rest_," _by E. M. Wimperis._ Oblong folio. 42_s._

=Carroll.=--Works by "LEWIS CARROLL:"--

    ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With Forty-two Illustrations
    by TENNIEL. 46th Thousand. Crown 8vo. cloth. 6_s._

    A GERMAN TRANSLATION OF THE SAME. With TENNIEL'S Illustrations.
    Crown 8vo. gilt. 6_s._

    A FRENCH TRANSLATION OF THE SAME. With TENNIEL'S Illustrations.
    Crown 8vo. gilt. 6_s._

    AN ITALIAN TRANSLATION OF THE SAME. By T. P. ROSSETTE. With
    TENNIEL'S Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Beyond question supreme among modern books for
      children._"--SPECTATOR. "_One of the choicest
      and most charming books ever composed for a child's
      reading._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE. "_A very pretty
      and highly original book, sure to delight the little
      world of wondering minds, and which may well please
      those who have unfortunately passed the years of
      wondering._"--TIMES.

    THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE. With
    Fifty Illustrations by TENNIEL. Crown 8vo. gilt. 6_s._
    35th Thousand.

      "_Quite as rich in humorous whims of fantasy, quite as
      laughable in its queer incidents, as loveable for its
      pleasant spirit and graceful manner, as the wondrous tale
      of Alice's former adventures._"--ILLUSTRATED LONDON
      NEWS. "_If this had been given to the world first it
      would have enjoyed a success at least equal to 'Alice in
      Wonderland._'"--STANDARD.

=Children's (The) Garland=, FROM THE BEST POETS. Selected and
    arranged by COVENTRY PATMORE. New Edition. With Illustrations
    by J. LAWSON. Crown 8vo. Cloth extra. 6_s._

=Christmas Carol (A).= Printed in Colours from Original Designs
    by Mr. and Mrs. TREVOR CRISPIN, with Illuminated Borders from
    MSS. of the 14th and 15th Centuries. Imp. 4to. cloth inlaid,
    gilt edges, £3 3_s._ Also a Cheaper Edition, 21_s._

      "_A most exquisitely got up volume. Legend, carol, and text
      are preciously enshrined in its emblazoned pages, and the
      illuminated borders are far and away the best example of
      their art we have seen this Christmas. The pictures and
      borders are harmonious in their colouring, the dyes are
      brilliant without being raw, and the volume is a trophy of
      colour-printing. The binding by Burn is in the very best
      taste._"--TIMES.

=Church (A. J.)=--HORÆ TENNYSONIANÆ, Sive Eclogæ e Tennysono
    Latine redditæ. Cura A. J. CHURCH, A.M. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Of Mr. Church's ode we may speak in almost unqualified
      praise, and the same may be said of the contributions
      generally._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

=Clough (Arthur Hugh).=--

    THE POEMS AND PROSE REMAINS OF ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH. With
    a Selection from his Letters and a Memoir. Edited by his
    Wife. With Portrait. Two Vols. Crown 8vo. 21_s._

      "_Taken as a whole_," _the_ SPECTATOR _says_,
      "_these volumes cannot fail to be a lasting monument of one
      of the most original men of our age._" "_Full of charming
      letters from Rome_," _says the_ MORNING STAR,
      "_from Greece, from America, from Oxford, and from Rugby._"

    THE POEMS OF ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH, sometime Fellow of Oriel
    College, Oxford. Fourth Edition. Fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_From the higher mind of cultivated, all-questioning,
      but still conservative England, in this our puzzled
      generation, we do not know of any utterance in
      literature so characteristic as the poems of Arthur Hugh
      Clough._"--FRASER'S MAGAZINE.

=Clunes.=--THE STORY OF PAULINE: an Autobiography. By G. C. CLUNES.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Both for vivid delineation of character and fluent
      lucidity of style, 'The Story of Pauline' is in the first
      rank of modern fiction._"--GLOBE. "_Told with
      delightful vivacity, thorough appreciation of life, and
      a complete knowledge of character._"--MANCHESTER
      EXAMINER.

=Collects of the Church of England.= With a beautifully Coloured
    Floral Design to each Collect, and Illuminated Cover. Crown
    8vo. 12_s._ Also kept in various styles of morocco.

      "_This is beyond question_," _the_ ART JOURNAL
      _says_, "_the most beautiful book of the season._" _The_
      GUARDIAN _thinks it_ "_a successful attempt to
      associate in a natural and unforced manner the flowers of
      our fields and gardens with the course of the Christian
      year._"

=Cox.=--RECOLLECTIONS OF OXFORD. By G. V. COX, M.A., late Esquire
    Bedel and Coroner in the University of Oxford. Second and
    cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      _The_ TIMES _says that it_ "_will pleasantly
      recall in many a country parsonage the memory of youthful
      days._"

=Culmshire Folk.=--By IGNOTUS. Three vols. Crown 8vo. 31_s._ 6_d._

      "_Its sparkling pleasantness, its drollery, its shrewdness,
      the charming little bits of character which frequently
      come in, its easy liveliness, and a certain chattiness
      which, while it is never vulgar, brings the writer very
      near, and makes one feel as if the story were being told in
      lazy confidence in an hour of idleness by a man who, while
      thoroughly good-natured, is strongly humorous, and has an
      ever-present perception of the absurdities of people and
      things._"--SPECTATOR.

=Dante.=--DANTE'S COMEDY, THE HELL. Translated by W. M. ROSSETTI.
    Fcap. 8vo. cloth. 5_s._

      "_The aim of this translation of Dante may be summed up
      in one word--Literality. To follow Dante sentence for
      sentence, line for line, word for word--neither more nor
      less, has been my strenuous endeavour._"--AUTHOR'S
      PREFACE.

=Days of Old=; STORIES FROM OLD ENGLISH HISTORY. By the Author of
    "Ruth and her Friends." New Edition. 18mo. cloth, extra.
    2_s._ 6_d._

      "_Full of truthful and charming historic pictures, is
      everywhere vital with moral and religious principles, and
      is written with a brightness of description, and with a
      dramatic force in the representation of character, that
      have made, and will always make, it one of the greatest
      favourites with reading boys._"--NONCONFORMIST.

=Deane.=--MARJORY. By MILLY DEANE. Third Edition. With Frontispiece
    and Vignette. Crown 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      _The_ TIMES _of September 11th says it is_ "_A
      very touching story, full of promise for the after career
      of the authoress. It is so tenderly drawn, and so full of
      life and grace, that any attempt to analyse or describe it
      falls sadly short of the original. We will venture to say
      that few readers of any natural feeling or sensibility will
      take up 'Marjory' without reading it through at a sitting,
      and we hope we shall see more stories by the same hand._"
      _The_ MORNING POST _calls it_ "_A deliciously
      fresh and charming little love story._"

=De Vere.=--THE INFANT BRIDAL, and other Poems. By AUBREY DE VERE.
    Fcap. 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_Mr. De Vere has taken his place among the poets of the
      day. Pure and tender feeling, and that polished restraint
      of style which is called classical, are the charms of the
      volume._"--SPECTATOR.

=Doyle (Sir F. H.)=--LECTURES ON POETRY, delivered before the
    University of Oxford in 1868. By Sir FRANCIS HASTINGS DOYLE,
    Professor of Poetry in the University of Oxford. Crown 8vo.
    3_s._ 6_d._

      "_Full of thoughtful discrimination and fine insight: the
      lecture on 'Provincial Poetry' seems to us singularly true,
      eloquent, and instructive._"--SPECTATOR.

=Estelle Russell.=--By the Author of "The Private Life of Galileo."
    New Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      _Full of bright pictures of French life. The English
      family, whose fortunes form the main drift of the story,
      reside mostly in France, but there are also many English
      characters and scenes of great interest. It is certainly
      the work of a fresh, vigorous, and most interesting writer,
      with a dash of sarcastic humour which is refreshing and
      not too bitter._ "_We can send our readers to it with
      confidence._"--SPECTATOR.

=Evans.=--BROTHER FABIAN'S MANUSCRIPT, AND OTHER POEMS. By
    SEBASTIAN EVANS. Fcap. 8vo. cloth. 6_s._

      "_In this volume we have full assurance that he has 'the
      vision and the faculty divine.' ... Clever and full of
      kindly humour._"--GLOBE.

=Evans.=--THE CURSE OF IMMORTALITY. By A. EUBULE EVANS.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Never, probably, has the legend of the Wandering Jew
      been more ably and poetically handled. The author writes
      as a true poet, and with the skill of a true artist.
      The plot of this remarkable drama is not only well
      contrived, but worked out with a degree of simplicity and
      truthful vigour altogether unusual in modern poetry. In
      fact, since the date of Byron's 'Cain,' we can scarcely
      recall any verse at once so terse, so powerful, and so
      masterly._"--STANDARD.

=Fairy Book.=--The Best Popular Fairy Stories. Selected and Rendered
    anew by the Author of "John Halifax, Gentleman." With Coloured
    Illustrations and Ornamental Borders by J. E. ROGERS, Author of
    "Ridicula Rediviva." Crown 8vo. cloth, extra gilt. 6_s._ (Golden
    Treasury Edition. 18mo. 4_s._ 6_d._)

      "_A delightful selection, in a delightful external
      form._"--SPECTATOR. "_A book which will prove
      delightful to children all the year round._"--PALL MALL
      GAZETTE.

=Fletcher.=--THOUGHTS FROM A GIRL'S LIFE. By LUCY FLETCHER.
    Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_The poems are all graceful; they are marked throughout
      by an accent of reality; the thoughts and emotions are
      genuine._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Garnett.=--IDYLLS AND EPIGRAMS. Chiefly from the Greek Anthology.
    By RICHARD GARNETT. Fcap. 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_A charming little book. For English readers, Mr.
      Garnett's translations will open a new world of
      thought._"--WESTMINSTER REVIEW.

=Gilmore.=--STORM WARRIORS; OR, LIFE-BOAT WORK ON THE GOODWIN SANDS.
    By the Rev. JOHN GILMORE, M.A., Rector of Holy Trinity, Ramsgate,
    Author of "The Ramsgate Life-Boat," in _Macmillan's Magazine_.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_The stories, which are said to be literally exact,
      are more thrilling than anything in fiction. Mr.
      Gilmore has done a good work as well as written a good
      book._"--DAILY NEWS.

=Gladstone.=--JUVENTUS MUNDI. The Gods and Men of the Heroic Age.
    By the Right Hon. W. E. GLADSTONE, M.P. Crown 8vo. cloth extra.
    With Map. 10_s._ 6_d._ Second Edition.

      "_To read these brilliant details_," _says the_
      ATHENÆUM, "_is like standing on the Olympian
      threshold and gazing at the ineffable brightness within._"
      _According to the_ WESTMINSTER REVIEW, "_it
      would be difficult to point out a book that contains so
      much fulness of knowledge along with so much freshness of
      perception and clearness of presentation._"

=Gray.=--THE POETICAL WORKS OF DAVID GRAY. New and Enlarged
    Edition. Edited by HENRY GLASSFORD BELL, late Sheriff of
    Lanarkshire. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

=Guesses at Truth.=--By TWO BROTHERS. With Vignette Title and
    Frontispiece. New Edition, with Memoir. Fcap. 8vo. 6_s._
    Also see Golden Treasury Series.

=Halifax.=--AFTER LONG YEARS. By M. C. HALIFAX. Crown 8vo. 10_s._
    6_d._

      "_A story of very unusual merit. The entire story is
      well conceived, well written, and well carried out; and
      the reader will look forward with pleasure to meeting
      this clever author again._"--DAILY NEWS. "_This
      is a very pretty, simple love story.... The author
      possesses a very graceful, womanly pen, and tells the
      story with a rare tender simplicity which well befits
      it._"--STANDARD.

=Hamerton.=--A PAINTER'S CAMP. Second Edition, revised. Extra
    fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

    BOOK I. _In England_; BOOK II. _In
    Scotland_; BOOK III. _In France_.

      "_These pages, written with infinite spirit and humour,
      bring into close rooms, back upon tired heads, the
      breezy airs of Lancashire moors and Highland lochs, with
      a freshness which no recent novelist has succeeded in
      preserving._"--NONCONFORMIST.

=Heaton.=--HAPPY SPRING TIME. Illustrated by OSCAR PLETSCH. With
    Rhymes for Mothers and Children. By MRS. CHARLES HEATON. Crown
    8vo. cloth extra, gilt edges. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_The pictures in this book are
      capital._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Hervey.=--DUKE ERNEST, a Tragedy; and other Poems. Fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Conceived in pure taste and true historic feeling,
      and presented with much dramatic force.... Thoroughly
      original._"--BRITISH QUARTERLY.

=Higginson.=--MALBONE: An Oldport Romance. By T. W. HIGGINSON.
    Fcap. 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      _The_ DAILY NEWS _says_: "_Who likes a quiet
      story, full of mature thought, of clear, humorous
      surprises, of artistic studious design? 'Malbone' is a rare
      work, possessing these characteristics, and replete, too,
      with honest literary effort._"

=Hillside Rhymes.=--Extra fcap. 8vo. 5_s._

=Home.=--BLANCHE LISLE, and other Poems. By CECIL HOME. Fcap. 8vo.
    4_s._ 6_d._

=Hood (Tom).=--THE PLEASANT TALE OF PUSS AND ROBIN AND THEIR
    FRIENDS, KITTY AND BOB. Told in Pictures by L. FRÖLICH, and
    in Rhymes by TOM HOOD. Crown 8vo. gilt. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_The volume is prettily got up, and is sure to be a
      favourite in the nursery._"--SCOTSMAN. "_Herr
      Frölich has outdone himself in his pictures of this
      dramatic chase._"--MORNING POST.

=Keary (A.)=--Works by Miss A. KEARY:--

    JANET'S HOME. New Edition. Globe 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_Never did a more charming family appear upon the canvas;
      and most skilfully and felicitously have their characters
      been portrayed. Each individual of the fireside is a
      finished portrait, distinct and lifelike.... The future
      before her as a novelist is that of becoming the Miss
      Austin of her generation._"--SUN.

    CLEMENCY FRANKLYN. New Edition. Globe 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_Full of wisdom and goodness, simple, truthful, and
      artistic.... It is capital as a story; better still in its
      pure tone and wholesome influence._"--GLOBE.

    OLDBURY. Three vols. Crown 8vo. 31_s._ 6_d._

      "_This is a very powerfully written
      story._"--GLOBE. "_This is a really excellent
      novel._"--ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS. "_The sketches
      of society in Oldbury are excellent. The pictures of child
      life are full of truth._"--WESTMINSTER REVIEW.

=Keary (A. and E.)=--Works by A. and E. KEARY:--

    THE LITTLE WANDERLIN, and other Fairy Tales. 18mo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_The tales are fanciful and well written, and
      they are sure to win favour amongst little
      readers._"--ATHENÆUM.

    THE HEROES OF ASGARD. Tales from Scandinavian Mythology.
    New and Revised Edition, Illustrated by HUARD.
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_Told in a light and amusing style, which, in its
      drollery and quaintness, reminds us of our old favourite
      Grimm._"--TIMES.

=Kingsley.=--Works by the Rev. CHARLES KINGSLEY, M.A.,
    Rector of Eversley, and Canon of Westminster:--

    "WESTWARD HO!" or, The Voyages and Adventures of Sir Amyas
    Leigh. Ninth Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

    FRASER'S MAGAZINE _calls it_ "_almost the best
    historical novel of the day._"

    TWO YEARS AGO. Fifth Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Mr. Kingsley has provided us all along with such pleasant
      diversions--such rich and brightly tinted glimpses of
      natural history, such suggestive remarks on mankind,
      society, and all sorts of topics, that amidst the pleasure
      of the way, the circuit to be made will be by most
      forgotten._"--GUARDIAN.

    HYPATIA; or, New Foes with an Old Face. Seventh Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

    HEREWARD THE WAKE--LAST OF THE ENGLISH. Second Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

    YEAST: A Problem. Sixth Edition. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

    ALTON LOCKE. New Edition. With a New Preface. Crown 8vo.
    4_s._ 6_d._

      _The author shows, to quote the_ SPECTATOR, "_what
      it is that constitutes the true Christian, God-fearing,
      man-living gentleman._"

    THE WATER BABIES. A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby. New
    Edition, with additional Illustrations by Sir NOEL
    PATON, R.S.A., and P. SKELTON. Crown 8vo.
    cloth, extra gilt. 5_s._

      "_In fun, in humour, and in innocent imagination, as a
      child's book we do not know its equal._"--LONDON
      REVIEW. "_Mr. Kingsley must have the credit of
      revealing to us a new order of life.... There is in the
      'Water Babies' an abundance of wit, fun, good humour,
      geniality, élan, go._"--TIMES.

    THE HEROES; or, Greek Fairy Tales for my Children. With
    Coloured Illustrations. New Edition. 18mo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_We do not think these heroic stories have ever been more
      attractively told.... There is a deep under-current of
      religious feeling traceable throughout its pages which is
      sure to influence young readers powerfully._"--LONDON
      REVIEW. "_One of the children's books that will surely
      become a classic._"--NONCONFORMIST.

    PHAETHON; or, Loose Thoughts for Loose Thinkers. Third
    Edition. Crown 8vo. 2_s._

      "_The dialogue of 'Phaethon' has striking beauties, and its
      suggestions may meet half-way many a latent doubt, and,
      like a light breeze, lift from the soul clouds that are
      gathering heavily, and threatening to settle down in misty
      gloom on the summer of many a fair and promising young
      life._"--SPECTATOR.

    POEMS; including The Saint's Tragedy, Andromeda, Songs, Ballads,
    etc. Complete Collected Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      _The_ SPECTATOR _calls_ "_Andromeda_" "_the
      finest piece of English hexameter verse that has ever been
      written. It is a volume which many readers will be glad to
      possess._"

    PROSE IDYLLS. NEW AND OLD. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

      CONTENTS:--_A Charm of Birds_; _Chalk-Stream
      Studies_; _The Fens_; _My Winter-Garden_; _From Ocean to
      Sea_; _North Devon_.

      "_Altogether a delightful book.... It exhibits the author's
      best traits, and cannot fail to infect the reader with a
      love of nature and of out-door life and its enjoyments.
      It is well calculated to bring a gleam of summer with its
      pleasant associations, into the bleak winter-time; while
      a better companion for a summer ramble could hardly be
      found._"--BRITISH QUARTERLY REVIEW.

=Kingsley (H.)=--Works by HENRY KINGSLEY:--

    TALES OF OLD TRAVEL. Re-narrated. With Eight full-page
    Illustrations by HUARD. Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo.
    cloth, extra gilt. 5_s._

      "_We know no better book for those who want knowledge
      or seek to refresh it. As for the 'sensational,'
      most novels are tame compared with these
      narratives._"--ATHENÆUM. "_Exactly the book to
      interest and to do good to intelligent and high-spirited
      boys._"--LITERARY CHURCHMAN.

    THE LOST CHILD. With Eight Illustrations by
    FRÖLICH. Crown 4to. cloth gilt. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_A pathetic story, and told so as to give children an
      interest in Australian ways and scenery._"--GLOBE.
      "_Very charmingly and very touchingly told._"--SATURDAY
      REVIEW.

    OAKSHOTT CASTLE. 3 Vols. Crown 8vo. 31_s._ 6_d._

      "_No one who takes up 'Oakshott Castle' will willingly put
      it down until the last page is turned.... It may fairly be
      considered a capital story, full of go, and abounding in
      word pictures of storms and wrecks._"--OBSERVER.

=Knatchbull-Hugessen.=--Works by E. H. KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN, M.P.:--

      _Mr. Knatchbull-Hugessen has won for himself a reputation
      as a teller of fairy-tales._ "_His powers_," _says the_
      TIMES, "_are of a very high order; light and
      brilliant narrative flows from his pen, and is fed by an
      invention as graceful as it is inexhaustible._" "_Children
      reading his stories_," _the_ SCOTSMAN _says_, "_or
      hearing them read, will have their minds refreshed and
      invigorated as much as their bodies would be by abundance
      of fresh air and exercise._"

    STORIES FOR MY CHILDREN. With Illustrations. Fourth Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 5_s._

      "_The stories are charming, and full of life and
      fun._"--STANDARD. "_The author has an imagination
      as fanciful as Grimm himself, while some of his stories
      are superior to anything that Hans Christian Andersen has
      written._"--NONCONFORMIST.

    CRACKERS FOR CHRISTMAS. More Stories. With Illustrations by
    JELLICOE and ELWES. Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

      "_A fascinating little volume, which will make
      him friends in every household in which there are
      children._"--DAILY NEWS.

    MOONSHINE: Fairy Tales. With Illustrations by W.
    BRUNTON. Sixth Edition. Crown 8vo. cloth gilt. 5_s._

      "_A volume of fairy tales, written not only for ungrown
      children, but for bigger, and if you are nearly
      worn out, or sick, or sorry, you will find it good
      reading._"--GRAPHIC. "_The most charming volume
      of fairy tales which we have ever read.... We cannot
      quit this very pleasant book without a word of praise to
      its illustrator. Mr. Brunton from first to last has done
      admirably._"--TIMES.

    TALES AT TEA-TIME. Fairy Stories. With Seven Illustrations
    by W. BRUNTON. Fifth Edition. Crown 8vo. cloth gilt. 5_s._

      "_Capitally illustrated by W. Brunton.... In frolic
      and fancy they are quite equal to his other books. The
      author knows how to write fairy stories as they should be
      written. The whole book is full of the most delightful
      drolleries._"--TIMES.

    QUEER FOLK. FAIRY STORIES. Illustrated by S. E. WALLER.
    Fourth Edition. Crown 8vo. Cloth gilt. 5_s._

      "_Decidedly the author's happiest effort.... One of the
      best story books of the year._"--HOUR.

=Knatchbull-Hugessen (Louisa).=--THE HISTORY OF PRINCE PERRYPETS.
    A Fairy Tale. By LOUISA KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN. With Eight
    Illustrations by WEIGAND. New Edition. Crown 4to. cloth gilt.
    3_s._ 6_d._

      "_A grand and exciting fairy tale._"--MORNING
      POST. "_A delicious piece of fairy
      nonsense._"--ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.

=Knox.=--SONGS OF CONSOLATION. By ISA CRAIG KNOX. Extra fcap. 8vo.
    Cloth extra, gilt edges. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_The verses are truly sweet; there is in them not only
      much genuine poetic quality, but an ardent, flowing
      devotedness, and a peculiar skill in propounding
      theological tenets in the most graceful way, which any
      divine might envy._"--SCOTSMAN.

=Latham.=--SERTUM SHAKSPERIANUM, Subnexis aliquot aliunde excerptis
    floribus. Latine reddidit Rev. H. LATHAM, M.A. Extra fcap. 8vo.
    5_s._

=Lemon.=--THE LEGENDS OF NUMBER NIP. By MARK LEMON. With
    Illustrations by C. KEENE. New Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo.
    2_s._ 6_d._

=Life and Times of Conrad the Squirrel.= A Story for Children.
    By the Author of "Wandering Willie," "Effie's Friends," &c.
    With a Frontispiece by R. FARREN. Second Edition. Crown 8vo.
    3_s._ 6_d._

      "_Having commenced on the first page, we were compelled to
      go on to the conclusion, and this we predict will be the
      case with every one who opens the book._"--PALL MALL
      GAZETTE.

=Little Estella=, and other FAIRY TALES FOR THE YOUNG. 18mo.
    cloth extra. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_This is a fine story, and we thank heaven for not being
      too wise to enjoy it._"--DAILY NEWS.

=Lowell.=--Works by J. Russell LOWELL:--

    AMONG MY BOOKS. Six Essays.
    Dryden--Witchcraft--Shakespeare once More--New England Two
    Centuries Ago--Lessing--Rousseau and the Sentimentalists.
    Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_We may safely say the volume is one of which our chief
      complaint must be that there is not more of it. There
      are good sense and lively feeling forcibly and tersely
      expressed in every page of his writing._"--PALL MALL
      GAZETTE.

    COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS of JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL.
    With Portrait, engraved by Jeens. 18mo. cloth extra. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_All readers who are able to recognise and appreciate
      genuine verse will give a glad welcome to this beautiful
      little volume._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

=Lyttelton.=--Works by LORD LYTTELTON:--

    THE "COMUS" OF MILTON, rendered into Greek Verse. Extra
    fcap. 8vo. 5_s._

    THE "SAMSON AGONISTES" OF MILTON, rendered into Greek Verse.
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._ 6_d._

      "_Classical in spirit, full of force, and true to the
      original._"--GUARDIAN.

=Maclaren.=--THE FAIRY FAMILY. A series of Ballads and Metrical
    Tales illustrating the Fairy Mythology of Europe. By ARCHIBALD
    MACLAREN. With Frontispiece, Illustrated Title, and Vignette.
    Crown 8vo. gilt. 5_s._

      "_A successful attempt to translate into the vernacular
      some of the Fairy Mythology of Europe. The verses are
      very good. There is no shirking difficulties of rhyme,
      and the ballad metre which is oftenest employed has a
      great deal of the kind of 'go' which we find so seldom
      outside the pages of Scott. The book is of permanent
      value._"--GUARDIAN.

=Macmillan's Magazine.=--Published Monthly. Price 1_s._ Volumes I.
    to XXIX. are now ready. 7_s._ 6_d._ each.

=Macquoid.=--PATTY. By KATHARINE S. MACQUOID. Third and Cheaper
    Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_A book to be read._"--STANDARD. "_A powerful
      and fascinating story._"--DAILY TELEGRAPH. _The_
      GLOBE _considers it_ "_well-written, amusing, and
      interesting, and has the merit of being out of the ordinary
      run of novels._"

=Maguire.=--YOUNG PRINCE MARIGOLD, AND OTHER FAIRY STORIES. By the
    late JOHN FRANCIS MAGUIRE, M.P. Illustrated by S. E. WALLER.
    Globe 8vo. gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_The author has evidently studied the ways and tastes of
      children and got at the secret of amusing them; and has
      succeeded in what is not so easy a task as it may seem--in
      producing a really good children's book._"--DAILY
      TELEGRAPH.

=Marlitt (E.)=--THE COUNTESS GISELA. Translated from the German
    of E. MARLITT. Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_A very beautiful story of German country
      life._"--LITERARY CHURCHMAN.

=Masson (Professor).=--Works by DAVID MASSON, M.A., Professor of
    Rhetoric and English Literature in the University of Edinburgh.

    BRITISH NOVELISTS AND THEIR STYLES. Being a Critical Sketch of
    the History of British Prose Fiction. Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

    WORDSWORTH, SHELLEY, KEATS, AND OTHER ESSAYS. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

    CHATTERTON: A Story of the Year 1770. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

    THE THREE DEVILS: LUTHER'S, MILTON'S, and GOETHE'S; and
    other Essays. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

=Mazini.=--IN THE GOLDEN SHELL; A Story of Palermo. By LINDA MAZINI.
    With Illustrations. Globe 8vo. cloth gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_As beautiful and bright and fresh as the scenes to which
      it wafts us over the blue Mediterranean, and as pure and
      innocent, but piquant and sprightly as the little girl who
      plays the part of its heroine, is this admirable little
      book._"--ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.

=Merivale.=--KEATS' HYPERION, rendered into Latin Verse. By
    C. MERIVALE, B.D. Second Edition. Extra fcap. 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

=Milner.=--THE LILY OF LUMLEY. By EDITH MILNER. Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_The novel is a good one and decidedly worth the
      reading._"--EXAMINER. "_A pretty, brightly-written
      story._"--LITERARY CHURCHMAN. "_A tale possessing
      the deepest interest._"--COURT JOURNAL.

=Milton's Poetical Works.=--Edited with Text collated from the best
    Authorities, with Introduction and Notes by DAVID MASSON. Three
    vols. 8vo. With Three Portraits engraved by C. H. JEENS and
    RADCLIFFE. (Uniform with the Cambridge Shakespeare.)

=Mistral (F.)=--MIRELLE, a Pastoral Epic of Provence. Translated
    by H. CRICHTON. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_It would be hard to overpraise the sweetness and pleasing
      freshness of this charming epic._"--ATHENÆUM. "_A
      good translation of a poem that deserves to be known by all
      students of literature and friends of old-world simplicity
      in story-telling._"--NONCONFORMIST.

=Mitford (A. B.)=--TALES OF OLD JAPAN. By A. B. MITFORD, Second
    Secretary to the British Legation in Japan. With Illustrations
    drawn and cut on Wood by Japanese Artists. New and Cheaper
    Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_They will always be interesting as memorials of a most
      exceptional society; while, regarded simply as tales,
      they are sparkling, sensational, and dramatic, and the
      originality of their ideas and the quaintness of their
      language give them a most captivating piquancy. The
      illustrations are extremely interesting, and for the
      curious in such matters have a special and particular
      value._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

=Mr. Pisistratus Brown, M.P.=, IN THE HIGHLANDS. New Edition,
    with Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_The book is calculated to recall pleasant memories of
      holidays well spent, and scenes not easily to be forgotten.
      To those who have never been in the Western Highlands, or
      sailed along the Frith of Clyde and on the Western Coast,
      it will seem almost like a fairy story. There is a charm in
      the volume which makes it anything but easy for a reader
      who has opened it to put it down until the last page has
      been read._"--SCOTSMAN.

=Mrs. Jerningham's Journal.= A Poem purporting to be the Journal
    of a newly-married Lady. Second Edition, Fcap. 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is nearly a perfect gem. We have had nothing so
      good for a long time, and those who neglect to read
      it are neglecting one of the jewels of contemporary
      history._"--EDINBURGH DAILY REVIEW. "_One quality
      in the piece, sufficient of itself to claim a moment's
      attention, is that it is unique--original, indeed, is not
      too strong a word--in the manner of its conception and
      execution._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

=Mudie.=--STRAY LEAVES. By C. E. MUDIE. New Edition. Extra fcap.
    8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._ Contents:--"His and Mine"--"Night and Day"--"One
    of Many," &c.

      _This little volume consists of a number of poems, mostly
      of a genuinely devotional character._ "_They are for the
      most part so exquisitely sweet and delicate as to be quite
      a marvel of composition. They are worthy of being laid up
      in the recesses of the heart, and recalled to memory from
      time to time._"--ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.

=Murray.=--THE BALLADS AND SONGS OF SCOTLAND, in View of their
    Influence on the Character of the People. By J. CLARK MURRAY,
    LL.D., Professor of Mental and Moral Philosophy in McGill
    College, Montreal. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Independently of the lucidity of the style in which the
      whole book is written, the selection of the examples alone
      would recommend it to favour, while the geniality of the
      criticism upon those examples cannot fail to make them
      highly appreciated and valued._"--MORNING POST.

=Myers (Ernest).=--THE PURITANS. By ERNEST MYERS. Extra fcap.
    8vo. cloth. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is not too much to call it a really grand
      poem, stately and dignified, and showing not only a
      high poetic mind, but also great power over poetic
      expression._"--LITERARY CHURCHMAN.

=Myers (F. W. H.)=--POEMS. By F. W. H. MYERS. Containing "St. Paul,"
    "St. John," and others. Extra fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is rare to find a writer who combines to such an
      extent the faculty of communicating feelings with the
      faculty of euphonious expression._"--SPECTATOR.
      "_'St. Paul' stands without a rival as the noblest
      religious poem which has been written in an age which
      beyond any other has been prolific in this class of poetry.
      The sublimest conceptions are expressed in language which,
      for richness, taste, and purity, we have never seen
      excelled._"--JOHN BULL.

=Nichol.=--HANNIBAL, A HISTORICAL DRAMA. By JOHN NICHOL, B.A. Oxon.,
    Regius Professor of English Language and Literature in the
    University of Glasgow. Extra fcap. 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

      "_The poem combines in no ordinary degree firmness and
      workmanship. After the lapse of many centuries, an
      English poet is found paying to the great Carthagenian
      the worthiest poetical tribute which has as yet, to our
      knowledge, been afforded to his noble and stainless
      name._"--SATURDAY REVIEW.

=Nine Years Old.=--By the Author of "St. Olave's," "When I was
    a Little Girl," &c. Illustrated by FRÖLICH. Third Edition.
    Extra fcap. 8vo. cloth gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      _It is believed that this story, by the favourably known
      author of "St. Olave's," will be found both highly
      interesting and instructive to the young. The volume
      contains eight graphic illustrations by Mr. L. Frölich.
      The_ EXAMINER _says_: "_Whether the readers are
      nine years old, or twice, or seven times as old, they must
      enjoy this pretty volume._"

=Noel.=--BEATRICE, AND OTHER POEMS. By the Hon. RODEN NOEL.
    Fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_It is impossible to read the poem through without
      being powerfully moved. There are passages in it
      which for intensity and tenderness, clear and vivid
      vision, spontaneous and delicate sympathy, may be
      compared with the best efforts of our best living
      writers._"--SPECTATOR.

=Norton.=--Works by the Hon. Mrs. NORTON:--

    THE LADY OF LA GARAYE. With Vignette and Frontispiece. New
    Edition. Fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_Full of thought well expressed, and may be classed among
      her best efforts._"--TIMES.

    OLD SIR DOUGLAS. Cheap Edition. Globe 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_This varied and lively novel--this clever novel
      so full of character, and of fine incidental
      remark._"--SCOTSMAN. "_One of the pleasantest and
      healthiest stories of modern fiction._"--GLOBE.

=Oliphant.=--Works by Mrs. OLIPHANT:--

    AGNES HOPETOUN'S SCHOOLS AND HOLIDAYS. New Edition with
    Illustrations. Royal 16mo. gilt leaves. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_There are few books of late years more fitted to
      touch the heart, purify the feeling, and quicken and
      sustain right principles._"--NONCONFORMIST.
      "_A more gracefully written story it is impossible to
      desire._"--DAILY NEWS.

    A SON OF THE SOIL. New Edition. Globe 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is a very different work from the ordinary run of
      novels. The whole life of a man is portrayed in it, worked
      out with subtlety and insight._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Our Year.= A Child's Book, in Prose and Verse. By the Author of
    "John Halifax, Gentleman." Illustrated by CLARENCE DOBELL.
    Royal 16mo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is just the book we could wish to see in the hands of
      every child._"--ENGLISH CHURCHMAN.

=Olrig Grange.= Edited by HERMANN KUNST, Philol. Professor. Extra
    fcap. 8vo. 6_s._ 6_d._

      "_A masterly and original power of impression, pouring
      itself forth in clear, sweet, strong rhythm.... It
      is a fine poem, full of life, of music and of clear
      vision._"--NORTH BRITISH DAILY MAIL.

=Oxford Spectator, The.=--Reprinted. Extra fcap. 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_There is_," _the_ SATURDAY REVIEW _says_, "_all
      the old fun, the old sense of social ease and brightness
      and freedom, the old medley of work and indolence, of jest
      and earnest, that made Oxford life so picturesque._"

=Palgrave.=--Works by FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE, M.A., late Fellow
    of Exeter College, Oxford:--

    THE FIVE DAYS' ENTERTAINMENTS AT WENTWORTH GRANGE. A Book for
    Children. With Illustrations by ARTHUR HUGHES, and Engraved
    Title-page by JEENS. Small 4to. cloth extra. 6_s._

      "_If you want a really good book for both sexes and all
      ages, buy this, as handsome a volume of tales as you'll
      find in all the market._"--ATHENÆUM. "_Exquisite
      both in form and substance._"--GUARDIAN.

    LYRICAL POEMS. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

      "_A volume of pure quiet verse, sparkling with tender
      melodies, and alive with thoughts of genuine poetry....
      Turn where we will throughout the volume, we find traces of
      beauty, tenderness, and truth; true poet's work, touched
      and refined by the master-hand of a real artist, who shows
      his genius even in trifles._"--STANDARD.

    ORIGINAL HYMNS. Third Edition, enlarged, 18mo. 1_s._ 6_d._

      "_So choice, so perfect, and so refined, so tender
      in feeling, and so scholarly in expression, that we
      look with special interest to everything that he gives
      us._"--LITERARY CHURCHMAN.

    GOLDEN TREASURY OF THE BEST SONGS AND LYRICS. Edited
    by F. T. PALGRAVE. See GOLDEN TREASURY SERIES.

    SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS AND SONGS. Edited by F. T. PALGRAVE.
    Gem Edition. With Vignette Title by JEENS. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_For minute elegance no volume could possibly excel the
      'Gem Edition.'_"--SCOTSMAN.

=Parables.=--TWELVE PARABLES OF OUR LORD. Illustrated in Colours
    from Sketches taken in the East by MCENIRY with Frontispiece
    from a Picture by JOHN JELLICOE, and Illuminated Texts and
    Borders. Royal 4to. in Ornamental Binding. 16 _s._

      _The_ TIMES _calls it_ "_one of the most beautiful
      of modern pictorial works_;" _while the_ GRAPHIC
      _says_ "_nothing in this style, so good, has ever before
      been published._"

=Patmore.=--THE CHILDREN'S GARLAND, from the Best Poets. Selected
    and arranged by COVENTRY PATMORE. New Edition. With Illustrations
    by J. LAWSON. Crown 8vo. gilt. 6_s._ Golden Treasury Edition.
    18mo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_The charming illustrations added to many of the
      poems will add greatly to their value in the eyes of
      children._"--DAILY NEWS.

=Pember.=--THE TRAGEDY OF LESBOS. A Dramatic Poem. By E. H. PEMBER.
    Fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      _Founded upon the story of Sappho._ "_He tells his story
      with dramatic force, and in language that often rises
      almost to grandeur._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Poole.=--PICTURES OF COTTAGE LIFE IN THE WEST OF ENGLAND. By
    MARGARET E. POOLE. New and Cheaper Edition. With Frontispiece
    by R. Farren. Crown 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_Charming stories of peasant life, written in something
      of George Eliot's style.... Her stories could not be other
      than they are, as literal as truth, as romantic as fiction,
      full of pathetic touches and strokes of genuine humour....
      All the stories are studies of actual life, executed with
      no mean art._"--TIMES.

=Population of an Old Pear Tree.= From the French of E. VAN
    BRUYSSEL. Edited by the Author of "The Heir of Redclyffe."
    With Illustrations by BECKER. Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo.
    gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_This is not a regular book of natural history, but a
      description of all the living creatures that came and went
      in a summer's day beneath an old pear tree, observed by
      eyes that had for the nonce become microscopic, recorded
      by a pen that finds dramas in everything, and illustrated
      by a dainty pencil.... We can hardly fancy anyone with a
      moderate turn for the curiosities of insect life, or for
      delicate French esprit, not being taken by these clever
      sketches._"--GUARDIAN. "_A whimsical and charming
      little book._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Prince Florestan of Monaco, The Fall of.= By HIMSELF. New Edition,
    with Illustration and Map. 8vo. cloth. Extra gilt edges, 5_s._
    A French Translation, 5_s._ Also an Edition for the People.
    Crown 8vo. 1_s._

      "_Those who have read only the extracts given, will not
      need to be told how amusing and happily touched it is.
      Those who read it for other purposes than amusement can
      hardly miss the sober and sound political lessons with
      which its light pages abound, and which are as much needed
      in England as by the nation to whom the author directly
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=Rhoades.=--POEMS. By JAMES RHOADES. Fcap. 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

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      CONTENTS OF FIRST SERIES:--History of Philip
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