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Title: Macmillan & Co.'s Catalogue November 1878
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BEDFORD STREET, COVENT GARDEN, LONDON,
_November 1878_.

_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._

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

=Archer.=--CHRISTINA NORTH. By E. M. ARCHER. New and Cheaper
    Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

=Arnold.=--THE POETICAL WORKS OF MATTHEW ARNOLD. Vol. I.  EARLY
    POEMS, NARRATIVE POEMS, AND SONNETS. Vol. II. LYRIC, DRAMATIC,
    AND ELEGIAC POEMS. New and Complete Edition. Two Vols. Crown
    8vo. Price 7_s._ 6_d._ each.

    SELECTED POEMS OF MATTHEW ARNOLD. With Vignette engraved
    by C. H. JEENS (GOLDEN TREASURY SERIES). 18mo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      Large Paper Edition. Crown 8vo. 12_s._ 6_d._

=Art at Home Series.=--Edited by W. J. LOFTIE, F.S.A.

      "_If the whole series but continue as it has been
      begun--if the volumes yet to be rival these two
      initial--it will be beyond price as a library of household
      art._"--EXAMINER.

    A PLEA FOR ART IN THE HOUSE. With especial reference to the
    Economy of Collecting Works of Art, and the importance of
    Taste in Education and Morals. By W. J. LOFTIE, B.A., F.S.A.
    With Illustrations. Fifth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    SUGGESTIONS FOR HOUSE DECORATION IN PAINTING, WOODWORK, AND
    FURNITURE. By RHODA and AGNES GARRETT.
    With Illustrations. Sixth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    MUSIC IN THE HOUSE. By JOHN HULLAH. With Illustrations.
    Fourth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    THE DRAWING ROOM; ITS DECORATIONS AND FURNITURE. By Mrs.
    ORRINSMITH. Illustrated. Fifth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    THE DINING ROOM. By Mrs. LOFTIE. Illustrated.
    Fourth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    THE BED ROOM AND BOUDOIR. By LADY BARKER. Illustrated.
    Fourth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    DRESS. By Mrs. OLIPHANT. Illustrated. Crown 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

    PRIVATE THEATRICALS. By LADY POLLOCK. Illustrated.

                        [_Shortly._

              [Other vols. in preparation.]

=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.

=Atkinson= (=J. P.=)--A WEEK AT THE LAKES, AND WHAT CAME OF
    IT; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF MR. DOBBS AND HIS FRIEND MR. POTTS.
    A Series of Sketches by J. P. ATKINSON. Oblong 4to. 7_s._ 6_d._

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

      "_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.

=Barker= (=Lady=).--A YEAR'S HOUSEKEEPING IN SOUTH AFRICA.
    With Illustrations. Crown 8vo. 9_s._

      "_We doubt whether in any of her previous books she has
      written more pleasantly than in this.... The great charm
      of these letters is that she is always natural, and tells
      of what she sees and hears in a strange country, just as
      if she were quietly chatting to her friends by their own
      fireside._"--STANDARD.

=Beesly.=--STORIES FROM THE HISTORY OF ROME. By Mrs. BEESLY.
    Fcap. 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

      "_A little book for which every cultivated and intelligent
      mother will be grateful._"--EXAMINER.

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

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

      "_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. Eleventh Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_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._"--TIMES.

    A PRINCESS OF THULE. Thirteenth Thousand. 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 débris of current literature,
      and this, or nearly this, Mr. Black has given us in the
      'Princess of Thule.'_" "_A beautiful and nearly perfect
      story._"--SPECTATOR.

    THE MAID OF KILLEENA, and other Stories. Cheaper Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_A collection of pretty stories told in the easiest and
      pleasantest manner imaginable._"--TIMES. "_It was
      with something akin to joy that we drew our chair closer
      to the fire as the weary work of the novel critic gave
      place to the smile of satisfaction and pleasure, when, in
      the very first page of our book, we discovered that we had
      come again to those Western Isles in the quiet summer sea
      in the far North, and to those simple people amidst whose
      loving allegiance the Princess of Thule--Sheila--held her
      modest Court.... We shall not be satisfied till 'The Maid
      of Killeena' rests on our shelves._"--SPECTATOR.

    MADCAP VIOLET. Eighth Thousand. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_In the very first rank of Mr. Black's heroines; proud
      as Sheila, and sweet as Coquette, stands Madcap Violet.
      The true, proud, tender nature of her, her beauty,
      her mischief, her self-sacrifice, endear her to the
      reader._"--DAILY NEWS.

    GREEN PASTURES AND PICCADILLY. Cheaper Edition. Sixth
    Thousand. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

    MACLEOD OF DARE. With Illustrations by Eminent Artists. 3 vols.
    Crown 8vo. 31_s._ 6_d._

=Blackie.=--THE WISE MEN OF GREECE. In a Series of Dramatic
    Dialogues. By J. E. BLACKIE, Professor of Greek in the
    University of Edinburgh. Crown 8vo. 9_s._

=Blakiston.=--MODERN SOCIETY IN ITS RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL ASPECTS.
    By PEYTON BLAKISTON, M.D., F.R.S. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

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

=Bramston.=--RALPH AND BRUNO. A Novel. By M. BRAMSTON. 2 vols.
    Crown 8vo. 21_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._

=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._

=Bunce.=--FAIRY TALES, THEIR ORIGIN AND MEANING. With some
    Account of the Dwellers in Fairy Land. By J. THACKRAY BUNCE.
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

                        [_Shortly._

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

=Cameron.=--LIGHT, SHADE, AND TOIL. Poems by W. C. CAMERON, with
    Introduction by the Rev. W. C. Smith, D.D. Extra fcap. 8vo. 6_s._

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

    ALICE'S ADVENTURES IN WONDERLAND. With Forty-two Illustrations
    by TENNIEL. 55th Thousand. Crown 8vo. cloth. 6_s._

      "_An excellent piece of nonsense._"--TIMES.
      "_Elegant and delicious nonsense._"--GUARDIAN.
      "_That most delightful of children's
      stories._"--SATURDAY REVIEW.

    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._

    THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, AND WHAT ALICE FOUND THERE.
    With Fifty Illustrations by TENNIEL. Crown 8vo. gilt.
    6_s._ 44th Thousand.

      "_Will fairly rank with the tale of her previous
      experiences._"--DAILY TELEGRAPH. "_Many
      of Mr. Tenniel's designs are masterpieces of wise
      absurdity._"--ATHENÆUM.

    THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK. An Agony in Eight Fits. With Nine
    Illustrations by H. HOLIDAY. Crown 8vo. cloth extra, Gilt
    edges. 4_s._ 6_d._ 17th Thousand.

      "_This glorious piece of nonsense.... Everybody ought to
      read it--nearly everybody will--and all who deserve the
      treat will scream with laughter._"--GRAPHIC.

=Cautley.=--A CENTURY OF EMBLEMS. By G. S. CAUTLEY, Vicar of
    Nettleden, author of "The After Glow," etc. With numerous
    Illustrations by LADY MARION ALFORD, REAR-ADMIRAL LORD W.
    COMPTON, the VEN. LORD A. COMPTON, R. BARNES, J. D. COOPER, and
    the author. Pott 4to. cloth elegant, gilt edges. 10_s._ 6_d._

=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 elegant.
    Cheaper Edition, 21_s._

      "_A most exquisitely got-up volume._"--TIMES.

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

=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_."

    THE POEMS OF ARTHUR HUGH CLOUGH, sometime Fellow of Oriel
    College, Oxford. Fifth 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._

=Coleridge.=--HUGH CRICHTON'S ROMANCE. A Novel. By CHRISTABEL
    R. COLERIDGE. Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_We have read it with more than average
      interest._"--SATURDAY REVIEW. "_We can heartily
      commend this very charming book._"--STANDARD.

=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_."

=Colquhoun.=--RHYMES AND CHIMES. By F. S. COLQUHOUN (née
    F. S. FULLER MAITLAND). Extra fcap. 8vo. 2_s._ 6_d._

=Cooper.=--SEBASTIAN. A Novel. By KATHERINE COOPER. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

=Dante=; AN ESSAY. With a Translation of the "De Monarchia." By the
    Very Rev. R. W. CHURCH, D.C.L., Dean of St. Paul's. Crown 8vo.

                        [_Immediately._

=Day.=--GOVINDA SAMANTA; OR, THE HISTORY OF A BENGAL RAIYAT. By the
    Rev. LAL BEHARI DAY. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_The book presents a careful, minute, and well-drawn
      picture of Hindoo peasant life._"--DAILY NEWS.

=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.

=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._

=Elsie.=--A LOWLAND SKETCH. By A. C. M. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

=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.=--Works by SEBASTIAN EVANS.

    BROTHER FABIAN'S MANUSCRIPT, AND OTHER POEMS. 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.

    IN THE STUDIO: A DECADE OF POEMS. Extra fcap. 8vo. 5_s._

      "_The finest thing in the book is 'Dudman in Paradise,' a
      wonderfully vigorous and beautiful story. The poem is a
      most remarkable one, full of beauty, humour, and pointed
      satire._"--ACADEMY.

=Farrell.=--THE LECTURES OF A CERTAIN PROFESSOR. By the Rev.
    JOSEPH FARRELL. Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

=Fawcett.=--TALES IN POLITICAL ECONOMY. By MILLICENT FAWCETT,
    Author of "Political Economy for Beginners." Globe 8vo. 3_s._

      "_The idea is a good one, and it is quite wonderful what a
      mass of economic teaching the author manages to compress
      into a small space.... The true doctrines of international
      trade, currency, and the ratio between production and
      population, are set before us and illustrated in a masterly
      manner._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Fleming.=--Works by GEORGE FLEMING.

    A NILE NOVEL. Third and Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo.

    MIRAGE. A Novel. Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

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

=Freeman.=--HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL SKETCHES; CHIEFLY ITALIAN.
    By E. A. FREEMAN, D.C.L., LL.D. With Illustrations by the Author.
    Crown 8vo. 10_s._ 6_d._

      "_Those who know Italy well will retrace their steps with
      delight in Mr. Freeman's company, and find him a most
      interesting guide and instructor._"--EXAMINER.

=Garnett.=--IDYLLS AND EPIGRAMS. Chiefly from the Greek Anthology.
    By RICHARD GARNETT. Fcap. 8vo. 2_s._ _6d._

      "_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_.
    Second Edition. 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.

=Guesses at Truth.=--By TWO BROTHERS. 18mo. 4_s._ 6_d._ Golden
    Treasury Series.

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

      "_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.

=Harry.=--A POEM. By the Author of "Mrs. Jerningham's Journal."
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

=Heine.=--SELECTIONS FROM THE POETICAL WORKS OF HEINRICH HEINE.
    Translated into English. Crown 8vo. 4_s._ 6_d._

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

=Hilda among the Broken Gods.=--By the Author of "Olrig Grange."
    Extra fcap. 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

=Hobday.=--COTTAGE GARDENING; OR, FLOWERS, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
    FOR SMALL GARDENS. By E. HOBDAY. Crown 8vo. 1_s._ 6_d._

      "_A sensible and useful little book._"--ATHENÆUM.

=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.

=Hooper and Phillips.=--A MANUAL OF MARKS ON POTTERY AND PORCELAIN.
    A Dictionary of Easy Reference. By W. H. HOOPER and W. C.
    PHILLIPS. With numerous Illustrations. Second Edition, revised.
    16mo. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_It is one of the most complete, and beyond
      all comparison, the handiest volume of the
      kind._"--ATHENÆUM.

=Hopkins.=--ROSE TURQUAND: A Novel, By ELLICE HOPKINS. Cheaper
    Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Rose Turquand is a noble heroine, and the story of her
      sufferings and of her sacrifice is most touching. A tale of
      rare excellence._"--STANDARD.

=Horace.=--WORD FOR WORD FROM HORACE. The Odes literally
    versified. By W. T. THORNTON, C.B. Crown 8vo. 7_s._ 6_d._

=Hunt.=--TALKS ABOUT ART. By WILLIAM HUNT. With a Letter by
    J. E. MILLAIS. Crown 8vo. 3_s._ 6_d._

      "_They are singularly racy and suggestive._"--PALL MALL
      GAZETTE.

=Irving.=--Works by WASHINGTON IRVING.

    OLD CHRISTMAS. From the Sketch Book. With upwards of 100
    Illustrations by RANDOLPH CALDECOTT, engraved by J. D. COOPER.
    Second Edition. Crown 8vo. cloth elegant. 6_s._

      "_This little volume is indeed a gem._"--DAILY
      NEWS. "_One of the best and prettiest volumes we
      have seen this year.... All the illustrations are equally
      charming and equally worthy of the immortal words to which
      they are wedded._"--SATURDAY REVIEW.

    BRACEBRIDGE HALL. With 120 illustrations by R. CALDECOTT.
    Crown 8vo. cloth gilt. 6_s._

      "_No one who has seen 'Old Christmas,' issued last year
      with charming illustrations by Mr. Caldecott, is likely to
      forget the pleasure he derived from turning over its pages.
      Text and illustrations, both having a flavour of quaint,
      old-fashioned humour, fit into each other to perfection,
      and leave an impression absolutely unique.... This work is
      in no respect behind its predecessor._"--GLOBE.

=James.=--Works by HENRY JAMES, jun.

    FRENCH POETS and NOVELISTS. Crown 8vo. 8_s._ 6_d._

      CONTENTS:--Alfred de Musset--Théophile
      Gautier--Baudelaire--Honoré de Balzac--George
      Sand--Turgénieff, etc.

      "_There has of late years appeared nothing upon French
      literature so intelligent as this book--so acute,
      so full of good sense, so free from affectation and
      pretence._"--ATHENÆUM.

    THE EUROPEANS. A Novel. 2 vols. Crown 8vo. 21_s._

=Joubert.=--PENSÉES OF JOUBERT. Selected and Translated with the
    Original French appended, by HENRY ATTWELL, Knight of the
    Order of the Oak Crown. Crown 8vo. 5_s._

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

    CASTLE DALY: THE STORY OF AN IRISH HOME THIRTY YEARS AGO.
    New Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_Extremely touching, and at the same time thoroughly
      amusing._"--MORNING POST.

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

    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. New and Cheaper Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_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.

    A YORK AND A LANCASTER ROSE. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

      "_A very pleasant and thoroughly interesting
      book._"--JOHN BULL.

=Keary= (=E.=)--THE MAGIC VALLEY; or, PATIENT ANTOINE. With
    Illustrations by E. V. B. Globe 8vo. gilt. 4_s._ 6_d._

      "_A very pretty, tender, quaint little
      tale._"--TIMES.

=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.
    Forty-first Thousand. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

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

    HYPATIA; or, NEW FOES WITH AN OLD FACE. Ninth Edition.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

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

    YEAST: A Problem. Tenth Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_s._

    ALTON LOCKE. New Edition. With a Prefatory Memoir by
    THOMAS HUGHES, Q.C., and Portrait of the Author.
    Crown 8vo. 6_s._

    THE WATER BABIES. A Fairy Tale for a Land Baby. With
    Illustrations by Sir NOEL PATON, R.S.A., and P. SKELTON.
    New Edition. Crown 8vo. 6_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
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=Knatchbull-Hugessen= (=Louisa=).--THE HISTORY OF PRINCE
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      "_A grand and exciting fairy tale._"--MORNING
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=Leading Cases done into English.= By an Apprentice of Lincoln's
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    GUIDO AND LITA: A TALE OF THE RIVIERA. A Poem. Third Edition.
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      "_A singularly instructive and agreeable
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      "_This charmingly picturesque and lively
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      curious in such matters have a special and particular
      value._"--PALL MALL GAZETTE.

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    GRANDMOTHER DEAR. Illustrated by WALTER CRANE.
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    THE CUCKOO CLOCK. Illustrated by WALTER CRANE.
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      better, they impress us with a sense of vivid and subtle
      imagination, and that spontaneous feeling which is the
      essence of lyrical poetry._"

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=Mrs. Jerningham's Journal.= A Poem purporting to be the Journal
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      time to time._"--ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS.

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    DIONYSUS; and other Studies. Crown 8vo.

                        [_Shortly._

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