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Title: Macmillan's Three-and-Sixpenny Library of Books by Popular Authors December 1905
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MACMILLAN'S
THREE-AND-SIXPENNY
LIBRARY OF BOOKS
BY POPULAR AUTHORS

Crown 8vo.


_This Series, which comprises over four hundred volumes in various
departments of Literature, has lately received some notable additions.
Prominent among these is a new and attractive edition of_ The Works
of Thackeray, _issued under the editorship of Mr. Lewis Melville.
It contains all the Original Illustrations, and includes a great
number of scattered pieces and illustrations which have not hitherto
appeared in any collected edition of the works._ The Works of
Charles Dickens, _reprinted from the first editions, with all the
Original Illustrations, and with Introductions, Biographical and
Bibliographical, by Charles Dickens the Younger, and an attractive
edition of_ The Novels of Charles Lever, _illustrated by Phiz and
G. Cruikshank, have also a place in the Library. The attention of
book buyers may be especially directed to_ The Border Edition of
the Waverley Novels, _edited by Mr. Andrew Lang, which, with its
large type and convenient form, and its copious illustrations by
well-known artists, possesses features placing it in the forefront of
editions now obtainable of the famous novels._ The Works of Mr. Thomas
Hardy, _including the poems, have also been recently added to the
Three-and-Sixpenny Library. Among other works by notable contemporary
authors will be found those of_ Mr. F. Marion Crawford, Rolf
Boldrewood, Mr. H. G. Wells, Gertrude Atherton, Mr. Egerton Castle,
Mr. A. E. W. Mason, Maarten Maartens, and Miss Rosa Nouchette Carey;
_while among the productions of an earlier period may be mentioned the
works of_ Charles Kingsley, Frederick Denison Maurice, Thomas Hughes,
_and_ Dean Farrar; _and the novels and tales of_ Charlotte M. Yonge,
Mrs. Craik, _and_ Mrs. Oliphant.


THE
WORKS OF THACKERAY

_Reprints of the First Editions, with all the Original Illustrations,
and with Facsimiles of Wrappers, etc._

Messrs. MACMILLAN & CO., Limited, beg leave to invite the attention
of book buyers to the Edition of THE WORKS OF THACKERAY in their
Three-and-Sixpenny Library, which, when finished, will be the
Completest Edition of the Author's Works which has been placed on the
market.

The Publishers have been fortunate in securing the services of Mr.
LEWIS MELVILLE, the well-known Thackeray Expert. With his assistance
they have been able to include in this Edition a great number of
scattered pieces from Thackeray's pen, and illustrations from his
pencil which have not hitherto been contained in any collected edition
of the works. Mr. Melville has read all the sheets as they passed
through the press, and collated them carefully with the original
editions. He has also provided Bibliographical Introductions and
occasional Footnotes.

List of the Series.

    VOL.

     1. Vanity Fair. With 190 Illustrations.

     2. The History of Pendennis. With 180 Illustrations.

     3. The Newcomes. With 167 Illustrations.

     4. The History of Henry Esmond.

     5. The Virginians. With 148 Illustrations.

     6. Barry Lyndon and Catherine. With 4 Illustrations.

     7. The Paris and Irish Sketch Books. With 63 Illustrations.

     8. Christmas Books--MRS. PERKINS'S BALL: OUR STREET: DR.
     BIRCH AND HIS YOUNG FRIENDS: THE KICKLEBURYS ON THE RHINE:
     THE ROSE AND THE RING. With 127 Illustrations.

     9. Burlesques: From Cornhill to Grand Cairo: and Juvenilia.
     With 84 Illustrations.

     10. The Book of Snobs, and other Contributions to _Punch_.
     With 159 Illustrations.

     11. The Yellowplush Correspondence: Jeames's Diary: The
     Great Hoggarty Diamond: Etc. With 47 Illustrations.

     12. Critical Papers in Literature.

     13. Critical Papers in Art; Stubbs's Calendar: Barber Cox.
     With 99 Illustrations.

     14. Lovel the Widower, and other Stories. With 40
     Illustrations.

     15. The Fitz-Boodle Papers (including Men's Wives), and
     various Articles. 8 Illustrations.

     16. The English Humourists of the 18th Century: The Four
     Georges: Etc. 45 Illustrations.

     17. Travels in London: Letters to a Young Man about Town:
     and other Contributions to _Punch_ (1845-1850). With 73
     Illustrations.

     18. Ballads and Verses, and Miscellaneous Contributions to
     _Punch_. With 78 Illustrations.

     19. A Shabby Genteel Story, and The Adventures of Philip.
     With Illustrations.


MACMILLAN'S
EDITION OF THACKERAY

SOME OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

     _EXPOSITORY TIMES._--"An edition to do credit even to this
     publishing house, and not likely to be surpassed until they
     surpass it with a cheaper and better themselves."

     _WHITEHALL REVIEW._--"Never before has such a cheap and
     excellent edition of Thackeray been seen."

     _ACADEMY._--"A better one-volume edition at three shillings
     and sixpence could not be desired."

     _GRAPHIC._--"In its plain but pretty blue binding is both
     serviceable and attractive."

     _DAILY GRAPHIC._--"An excellent, cheap reprint."

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"The size of the books is handy,
     paper and printing are good, and the binding, which is
     of blue cloth, is simple but tasteful. Altogether the
     publishers are to be congratulated upon a reprint which
     ought to be popular."

     _GLOBE._--"The paper is thin but good, the type used is
     clear to read, and the binding is neat and effective."

     _LADY'S PICTORIAL._--"The paper is good, the type clear and
     large, and the binding tasteful. Messrs. Macmillan are to
     be thanked for so admirable and inexpensive an edition of
     our great satirist."

     _WORLD._--"Nothing could be better than the new edition."

     _BLACK AND WHITE._--"The more one sees of the edition the
     more enamoured of it he becomes. It is so good and neat,
     immaculate as to print, and admirably bound."

     _SCOTSMAN._--"This admirable edition."

     _LITERARY WORLD._--"The paper and printing and general get
     up are everything that one could desire."

     _ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE._--"A clear and pretty edition."


THE
WORKS OF DICKENS

Reprints of the First Editions, with all the original Illustrations,
and with Introductions, Biographical and Bibliographical, by CHARLES
DICKENS the Younger.

     THE PICKWICK PAPERS. With 50 Illustrations.
     OLIVER TWIST. With 27 Illustrations.
     NICHOLAS NICKLEBY. With 44 Illustrations.
     MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT. With 41 Illustrations.
     THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. With 97 Illustrations.
     BARNABY RUDGE. With 76 Illustrations.
     DOMBEY AND SON. With 40 Illustrations.
     CHRISTMAS BOOKS. With 65 Illustrations.
     SKETCHES BY BOZ. With 44 Illustrations.
     AMERICAN NOTES AND PICTURES FROM ITALY. With 4 Illustrations.
     DAVID COPPERFIELD. With 40 Illustrations.
     BLEAK HOUSE. With 43 Illustrations.
     LITTLE DORRIT. With 40 Illustrations.
     THE LETTERS OF CHARLES DICKENS.
     A TALE OF TWO CITIES. With 15 Illustrations.
     GREAT EXPECTATIONS; AND HARD TIMES.


MACMILLAN'S
EDITION OF DICKENS

SOME OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

     _ATHENÆUM._--"Handy in form, well printed, illustrated
     with reproductions of the original plates, introduced with
     bibliographical notes by the novelist's son, and above all
     issued at a most moderate price, this edition will appeal
     successfully to a large number of readers."

     _SPEAKER._--"We do not think there exists a better edition."

     _MORNING POST._--"The edition will be highly appreciated."

     _SCOTSMAN._--"This reprint offers peculiar attractions. Of
     a handy size, in one volume, of clear, good-sized print,
     and with its capital comic illustrations, it is a volume to
     be desired."

     _NEWCASTLE CHRONICLE._--"The most satisfactory edition of
     the book that has been issued."

     _GLASGOW HERALD._--"None of the recent editions of
     Dickens can be compared with that which Messrs. Macmillan
     inaugurate with the issue of Pickwick.... Printed in a
     large, clear type, very readable."

     _GLOBE._--"They have used an admirably clear type and
     good paper, and the binding is unexceptionable.... May
     be selected as the most desirable cheap edition of the
     immortal 'Papers' that has ever been offered to the public."

     _MANCHESTER EXAMINER._--"Handy in form, well printed,
     illustrated with reduced reproductions of the original
     plates, introduced with bibliographical notes by the
     novelist's son, and above all issued at a moderate price,
     this edition will appeal successfully to a large number of
     readers."

     _THE QUEEN._--"A specially pleasant and convenient form in
     which to re-read Dickens."

     _THE STAR._--"This new 'Dickens Series,' with its
     reproductions of the original illustrations, is a joy to
     the possessor."

_Complete in Twenty-four Volumes. Crown 8vo, tastefully
bound in green cloth, gilt. Price 3s. 6d. each._

_In special cloth binding, flat backs, gilt tops. Supplied
in Sets only of 24 volumes. Price £4 4s._

_Also an edition with all the 250 original etchings. In 24
volumes. Crown 8vo, gilt tops. Price 6s. each._


THE LARGE TYPE
BORDER EDITION OF THE

WAVERLEY NOVELS

EDITED WITH
_INTRODUCTORY ESSAYS AND NOTES_

BY
ANDREW LANG

SUPPLEMENTING THOSE OF THE AUTHOR.

     _With Two Hundred and Fifty New and Original Illustrations
     by Eminent Artists._

By the kind permission of the Hon. Mrs. MAXWELL SCOTT of Abbotsford,
the great-granddaughter of Sir WALTER, the MSS. and other material at
Abbotsford were examined by Mr. ANDREW LANG during the preparation
of his Introductory Essays and Notes to the Series, so that the
BORDER EDITION may be said to contain all the results of the latest
researches as to the composition of the Waverley Novels.

The Border Waverley

     1. WAVERLEY. With 12 Illustrations by Sir H. RAEBURN,
     R.A., R. W. MACBETH, A.R.A., JOHN PETTIE, R.A., H.
     MACBETH-RAEBURN, D. HERDMAN, W. J. LEITCH, ROBERT HERDMAN,
     R.S.A., and J. ECKFORD LAUDER.

     2. GUY MANNERING. With 10 Illustrations by J. MACWHIRTER,
     A.R.A., R. W. MACBETH, A.R.A., C. O. MURRAY, CLARK STANTON,
     R.S.A., GOURLAY STEELL, R.S.A., F. S. WALKER, R. HERDMAN,
     R.S.A., and J. B. MACDONALD, A.R.S.A.

     3. THE ANTIQUARY. With 10 Illustrations by J. MACWHIRTER,
     A.R.A., SAM BOUGH, R.S.A., R. HERDMAN, R.S.A., W.
     M'TAGGART, A.R.S.A., J. B. MACDONALD, A.R.S.A., and A. H.
     TOURRIER.

     4. ROB ROY. With 10 Illustrations by R. W. MACBETH, A.R.A.,
     and SAM BOUGH, R.S.A.

     5. OLD MORTALITY. With 10 Illustrations by J. MACWHIRTER,
     A.R.A., R. HERDMAN, R.S.A., SAM BOUGH, R.S.A., M. L. GOW,
     D. Y. CAMERON, LOCKHART BOGLE, and ALFRED HARTLEY.

     6. THE HEART OF MIDLOTHIAN. With 10 Illustrations by Sir J.
     E. MILLAIS, Bart., HUGH CAMERON, R.S.A., SAM BOUGH, R.S.A.,
     R. HERDMAN, R.S.A., and WAL. PAGET.

     7. A LEGEND OF MONTROSE and THE BLACK DWARF. With 7
     Illustrations by Sir GEORGE REID, P.R.S.A., GEORGE HAY,
     R.S.A., HORATIO MACCULLOCH, R.S.A., W. E. LOCKHART, R.S.A.,
     H. MACBETH-RAEBURN, and T. SCOTT.

     8. THE BRIDE OF LAMMERMOOR. With 8 Illustrations by Sir J.
     E. MILLAIS, Bart., JOHN SMART, R.S.A., SAM BOUGH, R.S.A.,
     GEORGE HAY, R.S.A., and H. MACBETH-RAEBURN.

     9. IVANHOE. With 12 Illustrations by AD. LALAUZE.

     10. THE MONASTERY. With 10 Illustrations by GORDON BROWNE.

     11. THE ABBOT. With 10 Illustrations by GORDON BROWNE.

     12. KENILWORTH. With 12 Illustrations by AD. LALAUZE.

     13. THE PIRATE. With 10 Illustrations by W. E. LOCKHART,
     R.S.A., SAM BOUGH, R.S.A., HERBERT DICKSEE, W. STRANG,
     LOCKHART BOGLE, C. J. HOLMES, and F. S. WALKER.

     14. THE FORTUNES OF NIGEL. With 10 Illustrations by JOHN
     PETTIE, R.A., and R. W. MACBETH, A.R.A.

     15. PEVERIL OF THE PEAK. With 15 Illustrations by W. Q.
     ORCHARDSON, R.A., JOHN PETTIE, R.A., F. DADD, R.I., ARTHUR
     HOPKINS, A.R.W.S., and S. L. WOOD.

     16. QUENTIN DURWARD. With 12 Illustrations by AD. LALAUZE.

     17. ST. RONAN'S WELL. With 10 Illustrations by Sir G. REID,
     P.R.S.A., R. W. MACBETH, A.R.A., W. HOLE, R.S.A., and A.
     FORESTIER.

     18. REDGAUNTLET. With 12 Illustrations by Sir JAMES D.
     LINTON, P.R.I., JAMES ORROCK, R.I., SAM BOUGH, R.S.A.,
     W. HOLE, R.S.A., G. HAY, R.S.A., T. SCOTT, A.R.S.A., W.
     BOUCHER, and FRANK SHORT.

     19. THE BETROTHED and THE TALISMAN. With 10 Illustrations
     by HERBERT DICKSEE, WAL. PAGET, and J. LE BLANT.

     20. WOODSTOCK. With 10 Illustrations by W. HOLE, R.S.A.

     21. THE FAIR MAID OF PERTH. With 10 Illustrations by Sir G.
     REID, P.R.S.A., JOHN PETTIE, R.A., R. W MACBETH, A.R.A.,
     and ROBERT HERDMAN, R.S.A.

     22. ANNE OF GEIERSTEIN. With 10 Illustrations by R. DE LOS
     RIOS.

     23. COUNT ROBERT OF PARIS and THE SURGEON'S DAUGHTER. With
     10 Illustrations by W. HATHERELL, R.I., and W. B. WOLLEN,
     R.I.

     24. CASTLE DANGEROUS, CHRONICLES OF THE CANONGATE, ETC.
     With 10 Illustrations by H. MACBETH-RAEBURN and G. D.
     ARMOUR.


SOME OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

     _TIMES._--"It would be difficult to find in these days a more
     competent and sympathetic editor of Scott than his countryman, the
     brilliant and versatile man of letters who has undertaken the task,
     and if any proof were wanted either of his qualifications or of his
     skill and discretion in displaying them, Mr. Lang has furnished it
     abundantly in his charming Introduction to 'Waverley.' The editor's
     own notes are judiciously sparing, but conspicuously to the point,
     and they are very discreetly separated from those of the author, Mr.
     Lang's laudable purpose being to illustrate and explain Scott, not to
     make the notes a pretext for displaying his own critical faculty and
     literary erudition. The illustrations by various competent hands are
     beautiful in themselves and beautifully executed, and, altogether,
     the 'Border Edition' of the Waverley Novels bids fair to become the
     classical edition of the great Scottish classic."

     _SPECTATOR._--"We trust that this fine edition of our greatest and
     most poetical of novelists will attain, if it has not already done
     so, the high popularity it deserves. To all Scott's lovers it is
     a pleasure to know that, despite the daily and weekly inrush of
     ephemeral fiction, the sale of his works is said by the booksellers to
     rank next below Tennyson's in poetry, and above that of everybody else
     in prose."

     _ATHENÆUM._--"The handsome 'Border Edition' has been brought to a
     successful conclusion. The publisher deserves to be complimented on
     the manner in which the edition has been printed and illustrated, and
     Mr. Lang on the way in which he has performed his portion of the work.
     His introductions have been tasteful and readable; he has not overdone
     his part; and, while he has supplied much useful information, he has
     by no means overburdened the volumes with notes."

     _NOTES AND QUERIES._--"This spirited and ambitious enterprise has been
     conducted to a safe termination, and the most ideal edition of the
     Waverley Novels in existence is now completed."

     _SATURDAY REVIEW._--"Of all the many collections of the Waverley
     Novels, the 'Border Edition' is incomparably the most handsome and
     the most desirable.... Type, paper, illustrations, are altogether
     admirable."

     _MAGAZINE OF ART._--"Size, type, paper, and printing, to say
     nothing of the excessively liberal and charming introduction of the
     illustrations, make this perhaps the most desirable edition of Scott
     ever issued on this side of the Border."

     _DAILY CHRONICLE._--"There is absolutely no fault to be found with it,
     as to paper, type, or arrangement."


THE WORKS OF
THOMAS HARDY

Collected Edition

     1. TESS OF THE D'URBERVILLES.
     2. FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD.
     3. THE MAYOR OF CASTERBRIDGE.
     4. A PAIR OF BLUE EYES.
     5. TWO ON A TOWER.
     6. THE RETURN OF THE NATIVE.
     7. THE WOODLANDERS.
     8. JUDE THE OBSCURE.
     9. THE TRUMPET-MAJOR.
    10. THE HAND OF ETHELBERTA.
    11. A LAODICEAN.
    12. DESPERATE REMEDIES.
    13. WESSEX TALES.
    14. LIFE'S LITTLE IRONIES.
    15. A GROUP OF NOBLE DAMES.
    16. UNDER THE GREENWOOD TREE.
    17. THE WELL-BELOVED.
    18. WESSEX POEMS, and other Verses.
    19. POEMS OF THE PAST AND THE PRESENT.


SOME PRESS OPINIONS OF THE THREE-AND-SIXPENNY ISSUE

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"... their charming edition of the
     works of Thomas Hardy ... the price asked for it ... is
     absurdly cheap.... Any more convenient and beautiful form
     of presentation for these books it would be difficult to
     find."

     _ATHENÆUM._--"This edition is so comely and so moderate in
     price that it may well placate those who have sighed for
     earlier issues out of their reach. Mr. Hardy's prefaces
     to the volumes should not be missed, for they are models
     of a difficult art, whether reflective, informative, or
     combative."


UNIFORM EDITION OF THE
NOVELS OF CHARLES LEVER

With all the Original Illustrations.

     1. HARRY LORREQUER. Illustrated by PHIZ.
     2. CHARLES O'MALLEY. Illustrated by PHIZ.
     3. JACK HINTON THE GUARDSMAN. Illustrated by PHIZ.
     4. TOM BURKE OF OURS. Illustrated by PHIZ.
     5. ARTHUR O'LEARY. Illustrated by G. CRUIKSHANK.
     6. LORD KILGOBBIN. Illustrated by LUKE FILDES.


THE NOVELS OF
F. MARION CRAWFORD

MR. ISAACS: A Tale of Modern India.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"A work of unusual ability.... It fully
     deserves the notice it is sure to attract."

DOCTOR CLAUDIUS: A True Story.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"Few recent books have been so difficult to
     lay down when once begun."

A ROMAN SINGER.

     _TIMES._--"A masterpiece of narrative.... Unlike any other
     romance in English literature."

ZOROASTER.

     _GUARDIAN._--"An instance of the highest and noblest form
     of novel.... Alike in the originality of its conception
     and the power with which it is wrought out, it stands on a
     level that is almost entirely its own."

MARZIO'S CRUCIFIX.

     _TIMES._--"A subtle compound of artistic feeling, avarice,
     malice, and criminal frenzy is this carver of silver
     chalices and crucifixes."

A TALE OF A LONELY PARISH.

     _GUARDIAN._--"The tale is written with all Mr. Crawford's skill."

PAUL PATOFF.

     _ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE._--"Those who neglect to read _Paul
     Patoff_ will throw away a very pleasurable opportunity."

WITH THE IMMORTALS.

     _SPECTATOR._--"Cannot fail to please a reader who enjoys
     crisp, clear, vigorous writing, and thoughts that are alike
     original and suggestive."

GREIFENSTEIN.

     _SPECTATOR._--"Altogether, we like _Greifenstein_
     decidedly--so much so as to doubt whether it does not
     dislodge _A Roman Singer_ from the place hitherto occupied
     by the latter as our favourite amongst Mr. Crawford's
     novels."

TAQUISARA: A Novel.

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"Cannot fail to be read with interest
     and pleasure by all to whom clever characterisation and
     delicate drawing make appeal."

A ROSE OF YESTERDAY.

     _SPEAKER._--"There is something in _A Rose of Yesterday_
     which makes the book linger with a distinct aroma of its
     own in the reader's memory."

SANT' ILARIO.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"The plot is skilfully concocted, and the
     interest is sustained to the end.... A very clever piece of
     work."

A CIGARETTE-MAKER'S ROMANCE.

     _GLOBE._--"We are inclined to think this is the best of Mr.
     Marion Crawford's stories."

KHALED: A Tale of Arabia.

     _ANTI-JACOBIN._--"Mr. Crawford has written some stories
     more powerful, but none more attractive than this."

THE THREE FATES.

     _NATIONAL OBSERVER._--"Increases in strength and in
     interest even to the end."

THE WITCH OF PRAGUE.

     _ACADEMY._--"It is so remarkable a book as to be certain of
     as wide a popularity as any of its predecessors; it is a
     romance of singular daring and power."

MARION DARCHE: A Story without Comment.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"Readers in search of a good novel may be
     recommended to lose no time in making the acquaintance of
     Marion Darche, her devoted friends, and her one enemy."

KATHARINE LAUDERDALE.

     _PUNCH._--"Admirable in its simple pathos, its unforced
     humour, and, above all, in its truth to human nature."

THE CHILDREN OF THE KING.

     _DAILY CHRONICLE._--"Mr. Crawford has not done better than
     _The Children of the King_ for a long time. The story
     itself is a simple and beautiful one."

PIETRO GHISLERI.

     _SPEAKER._--"Mr. Marion Crawford is an artist, and a great
     one, and he has been brilliantly successful in a task in
     which ninety-nine out of every hundred writers would have
     failed."

DON ORSINO.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"_Don Orsino_ is a story with many strong
     points, and it is told with all the spirit we have been
     wont to expect from its author."

CASA BRACCIO.

     _GUARDIAN._--"A very powerful story and a finished work of art."

ADAM JOHNSTONE'S SON.

     _DAILY NEWS._--"Mr. Crawford has written stories richer
     in incident and more powerful in intention, but we do not
     think that he has handled more deftly or shown a more
     delicate insight into tendencies that go towards making
     some of the more spiritual tragedies of life."

THE RALSTONS.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"The present instalment of what promises to be
     a very voluminous family history, increasing in interest
     and power as it develops, turns upon the death of Robert
     and the disposition of his millions, which afford ample
     scope for the author's pleasantly ingenious talent in
     raising and surmounting difficulties of details."

CORLEONE: A Tale of Sicily.

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"A splendid romance."

VIA CRUCIS: A Romance of the Second Crusade.

     _GRAPHIC._--"A stirring story."

IN THE PALACE OF THE KING: A Love Story of Old Madrid.

     _SPECTATOR._--"A truly thrilling tale."

CECILIA: A Story of Modern Rome.

     _TIMES._--"Thoroughly interesting from beginning to end....
     Fully worthy of his reputation."

     _ILLUSTRATED LONDON NEWS._--"Can only enhance Mr.
     Crawford's reputation.... Admirably treated with all the
     subtlety, finesse, and delicacy which are characteristic of
     the author at his best."

MARIETTA: A Maid of Venice.

     _PUNCH._--"Marion Crawford is at his very best in
     _Marietta, A Maid of Venice_. It is a powerfully
     dramatic story of Venice under 'The Ten,' told in a
     series of picturesque scenes described in strikingly
     artistic word-painting, the action being carried on by
     well-imagined, clearly-defined characters."


THE NOVELS OF
ROLF BOLDREWOOD

ROBBERY UNDER ARMS.

A STORY OF LIFE AND ADVENTURE IN THE BUSH AND IN THE GOLD-FIELDS OF
AUSTRALIA.

     _GUARDIAN._--"A singularly spirited and stirring tale of
     Australian life, chiefly in the remoter settlements."

A MODERN BUCCANEER.

     _DAILY CHRONICLE._--"We do not forget _Robbery under Arms_,
     or any of its various successors, when we say that Rolf
     Boldrewood has never done anything so good as _A Modern
     Buccaneer_. It is good, too, in a manner which is for the
     author a new one."

THE MINER'S RIGHT.

A TALE OF THE AUSTRALIAN GOLD-FIELDS.

     _WORLD._--"Full of good passages, passages abounding in
     vivacity, in the colour and play of life.... The pith of
     the book lies in its singularly fresh and vivid pictures of
     the humours of the gold-fields--tragic humours enough they
     are, too, here and again."

THE SQUATTER'S DREAM.

     _FIELD._--"The details are filled in by a hand evidently
     well conversant with his subject, and everything is
     _ben trovato_, if not actually true. A perusal of these
     cheerfully-written pages will probably give a better idea
     of realities of Australian life than could be obtained from
     many more pretentious works."

A SYDNEY-SIDE SAXON.

     _GLASGOW HERALD._--"The interest never flags, and
     altogether _A Sydney-Side Saxon_ is a really refreshing
     book."

A COLONIAL REFORMER.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"A series of natural and entertaining pictures
     of Australian life, which are, above all things, readable."

NEVERMORE.

     _OBSERVER._--"An exciting story of Ballarat in the
     'fifties. Its hero, Lance Trevanion, is a character which
     for force of delineation has no equal in Rolf Boldrewood's
     previous novels."

PLAIN LIVING. A Bush Idyll.

     _ACADEMY._--"A hearty story, deriving charm from the odours
     of the bush and the bleating of incalculable sheep."

MY RUN HOME.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"Rolf Boldrewood's last story is a
     racy volume. It has many of the best qualities of
     Whyte-Melville, the breezy freshness and vigour of Frank
     Smedley, with the dash and something of the abandon of
     Lever.... His last volume is one of his best."

THE SEALSKIN CLOAK.

     _TIMES._--"A well-written story."

THE CROOKED STICK; or, Pollie's Probation.

     _ACADEMY._--"A charming picture of Australian station life."

OLD MELBOURNE MEMORIES.

     _NATIONAL OBSERVER._--"His book deserves to be read in
     England with as much appreciation as it has already gained
     in the country of its birth."

A ROMANCE OF CANVAS TOWN, and other Stories.

     _ATHENÆUM._--"The book is interesting for its obvious
     insight into life in the Australian bush."

WAR TO THE KNIFE; or, Tangata Maori.

     _ACADEMY._-"A stirring romance."

BABES IN THE BUSH.

     _OUTLOOK._--"A lively and picturesque story."

     _DAILY TELEGRAPH._--"Bristles with thrilling incident."

IN BAD COMPANY, and other Stories.

     _DAILY NEWS._--"The best work this popular author has done
     for some time."


By H. G. WELLS

     THE PLATTNER STORY: and others.
     TALES OF SPACE AND TIME.
     THE STOLEN BACILLUS: and other Incidents.
     THE INVISIBLE MAN. A Grotesque Romance. Eighth Edition.
     LOVE AND MR. LEWISHAM. A Story of a very Young Couple.
     WHEN THE SLEEPER WAKES.
     THE FIRST MEN IN THE MOON.
     TWELVE STORIES AND A DREAM.


By A. E. W. MASON

     THE COURTSHIP OF MORRICE BUCKLER.
     THE PHILANDERERS.
     MIRANDA OF THE BALCONY.


By EGERTON CASTLE

     THE BATH COMEDY.
     THE PRIDE OF JENNICO. Being a Memoir of Captain Basil Jennico.
     THE LIGHT OF SCARTHEY. A Romance.
     "LA BELLA," AND OTHERS.
     "YOUNG APRIL."


By MAARTEN MAARTENS

     AN OLD MAID'S LOVE. A Dutch Tale told in English.
     THE GREATER GLORY. A Story of High Life.
     MY LADY NOBODY. A Novel.
     GOD'S FOOL. A Koopstad Story.
     THE SIN OF JOOST AVELINGH. A Dutch Story.
     HER MEMORY.


THE NOVELS OF
ROSA N. CAREY

Over Half-a-Million of these works have been printed.

47th Thousand.
NELLIE'S MEMORIES.

     _STANDARD._--"Miss Carey has the gift of writing naturally
     and simply, her pathos is true and unforced, and her
     conversations are sprightly and sharp."

33rd Thousand.
WEE WIFIE.

     _LADY._--"Miss Carey's novels are always welcome; they are
     out of the common run, immaculately pure, and very high in
     tone."

29th Thousand.
BARBARA HEATHCOTE'S TRIAL.

     _DAILY TELEGRAPH._--"A novel of a sort which it would be a
     real loss to miss."

25th Thousand.
ROBERT ORD'S ATONEMENT.

     _STANDARD._--"_Robert Ord's Atonement_ is a delightful
     book, very quiet as to its story, but very strong in
     character, and instinct with that delicate pathos which is
     the salient point of all the writings of this author."

32nd Thousand.
WOOED AND MARRIED.

     _STANDARD._--"There is plenty of romance in the heroine's
     life. But it would not be fair to tell our readers wherein
     that romance consists or how it ends. Let them read the
     book for themselves. We will undertake to promise that they
     will like it."

24th Thousand.
HERIOT'S CHOICE.

     _MORNING POST._--"Deserves to be extensively known and
     read.... Will doubtless find as many admirers as readers."

29th Thousand.
QUEENIE'S WHIM.

     _GUARDIAN._--"A thoroughly good and wholesome story."

35th Thousand.
NOT LIKE OTHER GIRLS.

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"Like all the other stories we have
     had from the same gifted pen, this volume, _Not Like Other
     Girls_, takes a sane and healthy view of life and its
     concerns.... It is an excellent story to put in the hands
     of girls."

     _NEW YORK HOME JOURNAL._--"One of the sweetest, daintiest,
     and most interesting of the season's publications."

24th Thousand.
MARY ST. JOHN.

     _JOHN BULL._--"The story is a simple one, but told with
     much grace and unaffected pathos."

23rd Thousand.
FOR LILIAS.

     _VANITY FAIR._--"A simple, earnest, and withal very
     interesting story; well conceived, carefully worked out,
     and sympathetically told."

28th Thousand.
UNCLE MAX.

     _LADY._--"So intrinsically good that the world of
     novel-readers ought to be genuinely grateful."

21st Thousand.
RUE WITH A DIFFERENCE.

     _BOOKMAN._--"Fresh and charming.... A piece of distinctly good work."

34th Thousand.
ONLY THE GOVERNESS.

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"This novel is for those who like
     stories with something of Jane Austen's power, but with
     more intensity of feeling than Jane Austen displayed, who
     are not inclined to call pathos twaddle, and who care to
     see life and human nature in their most beautiful form."


24th Thousand.
LOVER OR FRIEND?

     _GUARDIAN._--"The refinement of style and delicacy of
     thought will make _Lover or Friend?_ popular with all
     readers who are not too deeply bitten with a desire for
     things improbable in their lighter literature."

21st Thousand.
BASIL LYNDHURST.

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"We doubt whether anything has been
     written of late years so fresh, so pretty, so thoroughly
     natural and bright. The novel as a whole is charming."

22nd Thousand.
SIR GODFREY'S GRAND-DAUGHTERS.

     _OBSERVER._--"A capital story. The interest steadily grows,
     and by the time one reaches the third volume the story has
     become enthralling."

24th Thousand.
THE OLD, OLD STORY.

     _DAILY NEWS._--"Miss Carey's fluent pen has not lost its
     power of writing fresh and wholesome fiction."

24th Thousand.
THE MISTRESS OF BRAE FARM.

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"Miss Carey's untiring pen loses none
     of its power, and her latest work is as gracefully written,
     as full of quiet home charm, as fresh and wholesome, so to
     speak, as its many predecessors."

12th Thousand.
MRS. ROMNEY and "BUT MEN MUST WORK."

     _PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"By no means the least attractive of
     the works of this charming writer."

_New Impression._
OTHER PEOPLE'S LIVES.

     _BRADFORD OBSERVER._--"There is a quiet charm about this
     story which finds its way into the innermost shrines of
     life. The book is wholesome and good, and cannot fail to
     give pleasure to those who love beauty."

25th Thousand.
HERB OF GRACE.

     _WESTMINSTER GAZETTE._--"A clever delineator of character,
     possessed of a reserve of strength in a quiet, easy,
     flowing style, Miss Carey never fails to please a large
     class of readers. _Herb of Grace_ is no exception to the
     rule...."

20th Thousand.
THE HIGHWAY OF FATE.

     _BOOKMAN._--"This pretty love story ... is charming,
     sparkling, and never mawkish."

19th Thousand.
A PASSAGE PERILOUS.

     _TIMES._--"Told with all Miss Carey's usual charm of quiet,
     well-bred sentiment."

     _OUTLOOK._--"A pretty story of English country-house life
     during the terribly anxious 'waiting days' of Ladysmith.
     The soldier's young bride is charmingly suggested and the
     love portions approach the idyllic."


THE NOVELS AND TALES OF
CHARLOTTE M. YONGE

     THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFE. With Illustrations by KATE GREENAWAY.

     HEARTSEASE; or, the Brother's Wife. New Edition. With
     Illustrations by KATE GREENAWAY.

     HOPES AND FEARS; or, Scenes from the Life of a Spinster.
     With Illustrations by HERBERT GANDY.

     DYNEVOR TERRACE; or, the Clue of Life. With Illustrations
     by ADRIAN STOKES.

     THE DAISY CHAIN; or, Aspirations. A Family Chronicle. With
     Illustrations by J. P. ATKINSON.

     THE TRIAL: More Links of the Daisy Chain. With
     Illustrations by J. P. ATKINSON.

     THE PILLARS OF THE HOUSE; or, Under Wode, under Rode. Two
     Vols. With Illustrations by HERBERT GANDY.

     THE YOUNG STEPMOTHER; or, a Chronicle of Mistakes. With
     Illustrations by MARIAN HUXLEY.

     THE CLEVER WOMAN OF THE FAMILY. With Illustrations by
     ADRIAN STOKES.

     THE THREE BRIDES. With Illustrations by ADRIAN STOKES.

     MY YOUNG ALCIDES: A Faded Photograph. With Illustrations by
     ADRIAN STOKES.

     THE CAGED LION. With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     THE DOVE IN THE EAGLE'S NEST. With Illustrations by W. J.
     HENNESSY.

     THE CHAPLET OF PEARLS; or, the White and Black Ribaumont.
     With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     LADY HESTER; or, Ursula's Narrative; and THE DANVERS
     PAPERS. With Illustrations by JANE E. COOK.

     MAGNUM BONUM; or, Mother Carey's Brood. With Illustrations
     by W. J. HENNESSY.

     LOVE AND LIFE: an Old Story in Eighteenth Century Costume.
     With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     UNKNOWN TO HISTORY. A Story of the Captivity of Mary of
     Scotland. With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     STRAY PEARLS. Memoirs of Margaret de Ribaumont, Viscountess
     of Bellaise. With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     THE ARMOURER'S 'PRENTICES. With Illustrations by W. J.
     HENNESSY.

     THE TWO SIDES OF THE SHIELD. With Illustrations by W. J.
     HENNESSY.

     NUTTIE'S FATHER. With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     SCENES AND CHARACTERS; or, Eighteen Months at Beechcroft.
     With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     CHANTRY HOUSE. With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     A MODERN TELEMACHUS. With Illustrations by W. J. HENNESSY.

     BYWORDS. A collection of Tales new and old.

     BEECHCROFT AT ROCKSTONE.

     MORE BYWORDS.

     A REPUTED CHANGELING; or, Three Seventh Years Two Centuries
     Ago.

     THE LITTLE DUKE, RICHARD THE FEARLESS. With Illustrations.

     THE LANCES OF LYNWOOD. With Illustrations by J. B.

     THE PRINCE AND THE PAGE: A Story of the Last Crusade. With
     Illustrations by ADRIAN STOKES.

     TWO PENNILESS PRINCESSES. With Illustrations by W. J.
     HENNESSY.

     THAT STICK.

     AN OLD WOMAN'S OUTLOOK IN A HAMPSHIRE VILLAGE.

     GRISLY GRISELL; or, The Laidly Lady of Whitburn. A Tale of
     the Wars of the Roses.

     HENRIETTA'S WISH. Second Edition.

     THE LONG VACATION.

     THE RELEASE; or, Caroline's French Kindred.

     THE PILGRIMAGE OF THE BEN BERIAH.

     THE TWO GUARDIANS; or, Home in this World. Second Edition.

     COUNTESS KATE AND THE STOKESLEY SECRET.

     MODERN BROODS; or, Developments Unlooked for.

     STROLLING PLAYERS: A Harmony of Contrasts. By C. M. YONGE
     and C. R. COLERIDGE.


Works by Mrs. Craik

    =Olive:= A Novel. With Illustrations by G. BOWERS.
    =The Ogilvies:= A Novel. With Illustrations.
    =Agatha's Husband:= A Novel. With Illustrations by WALTER CRANE.
    =The Head of the Family:= A Novel. With Illustrations
       by WALTER CRANE.
    =Two Marriages.=
    =The Laurel Bush.=
    =My Mother and I:= a Girl's Love Story. With Illustrations.
    =Miss Tommy:= a Mediæval Romance.
    =King Arthur: Not a Love Story.=
    =About Money, and other Things.=
    =Concerning Men, and other Papers.=


Works by Mrs. Oliphant

    =Neighbours on the Green.=
    =Joyce.=
    =Kirsteen:= the Story of a Scotch Family Seventy Years Ago.
    =A Beleaguered City:= A Story of the Seen and the Unseen.
    =Hester:= a Story of Contemporary Life.
    =He that Will Not when He May.=
    =The Railway Man and his Children.=
    =The Marriage of Elinor.=
    =Sir Tom.=
    =The Heir-Presumptive and the Heir-Apparent.=
    =A Country Gentleman and his Family.=
    =A Son of the Soil.=
    =The Second Son.=
    =The Wizard's Son:= A Novel.
    =The Curate in Charge.=
    =Lady William.=
    =Young Musgrave.=


The Works of Dean Farrar

     SEEKERS AFTER GOD. The Lives of Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus
       Aurelius.
     ETERNAL HOPE. Sermons preached in Westminster Abbey.
     THE FALL OF MAN: and other Sermons.
     THE WITNESS OF HISTORY TO CHRIST.
     THE SILENCE AND VOICES OF GOD, with other Sermons.
     "IN THE DAYS OF THY YOUTH." Sermons on Practical Subjects.
     SAINTLY WORKERS. Five Lenten Lectures.
     EPHPHATHA; or, the Amelioration of the World.
     MERCY AND JUDGMENT: a few last words on Christian Eschatology.
     SERMONS & ADDRESSES DELIVERED IN AMERICA.


THE WORKS OF
Frederick Denison Maurice

     SERMONS PREACHED IN LINCOLN'S INN CHAPEL. In six vols.
     SERMONS PREACHED IN COUNTRY CHURCHES.
     CHRISTMAS DAY: and other Sermons.
     THEOLOGICAL ESSAYS.
     THE PROPHETS AND KINGS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
     THE PATRIARCHS AND LAWGIVERS OF THE OLD TESTAMENT.
     THE GOSPEL OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN.
     THE GOSPEL OF ST. JOHN.
     THE EPISTLES OF ST. JOHN.
     THE FRIENDSHIP OF BOOKS: and other Lectures.
     THE PRAYER BOOK AND LORD'S PRAYER.
     THE DOCTRINE OF SACRIFICE. Deduced from the Scriptures.
     THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES.
     THE KINGDOM OF CHRIST; or, Hints to a Quaker respecting the
       Principles, Constitution, and Ordinances of the Catholic
       Church. 2 vols.


THE WORKS OF
CHARLES KINGSLEY

     WESTWARD HO!
     HYPATIA; or, New Foes with an old Face.
     TWO YEARS AGO.
     ALTON LOCKE, Tailor and Poet. An Autobiography.
     HEREWARD THE WAKE, "Last of the English."
     YEAST: A Problem.
     POEMS: including The Saint's Tragedy, Andromeda, Songs, Ballads,
       etc.
     THE WATER-BABIES: A Fairy Tale for a Land-Baby. With Illustrations
       by LINLEY SAMBOURNE.
     THE HEROES; or, Greek Fairy Tales for my Children. With
       Illustrations by the Author.
     GLAUCUS; or, The Wonders of the Shore. With Illustrations.
     MADAME HOW AND LADY WHY; or, First Lessons in Earth Lore for
       Children. With Illustrations.
     AT LAST. A Christmas in the West Indies. With Illustrations.
     THE HERMITS.
     HISTORICAL LECTURES AND ESSAYS.
     PLAYS AND PURITANS, and other Historical Essays.
     THE ROMAN AND THE TEUTON.
     PROSE IDYLLS, New and Old.
     SCIENTIFIC LECTURES AND ESSAYS.
     SANITARY AND SOCIAL LECTURES AND ESSAYS.
     LITERARY AND GENERAL LECTURES AND ESSAYS.
     ALL SAINTS' DAY: and other Sermons.
     DISCIPLINE: and other Sermons.
     THE GOOD NEWS OF GOD. Sermons.
     GOSPEL OF THE PENTATEUCH.
     SERMONS FOR THE TIMES.
     SERMONS ON NATIONAL SUBJECTS.
     VILLAGE SERMONS, AND TOWN AND COUNTRY SERMONS.
     THE WATER OF LIFE: and other Sermons.
     WESTMINSTER SERMONS.


ENGLISH
MEN OF LETTERS

EDITED BY JOHN MORLEY.

_Arranged in 13 Volumes, each containing the Lives of three Authors._

     I. =Chaucer.= By Dr. A. W. WARD. =Spenser.= By Dean CHURCH.
          =Dryden.= By Prof. SAINTSBURY.

    II. =Milton.= By MARK PATTISON. =Goldsmith.= By W. BLACK.
          =Cowper.= By GOLDWIN SMITH.

   III. =Byron.= By Professor NICHOL. =Shelley.= By J. A.
          SYMONDS. =Keats.= By SIDNEY COLVIN.

    IV. =Wordsworth.= By F. W. H. MYERS. =Southey.= By Prof.
          DOWDEN. =Landor.= By SIDNEY COLVIN.

     V. =Charles Lamb.= By Canon AINGER. =Addison.= By W. J.
          COURTHOPE. =Swift.= By Sir LESLIE STEPHEN, K.C.B.

    VI. =Scott.= By R. H. HUTTON. =Burns.= By Principal SHAIRP.
          =Coleridge.= By H. D. TRAILL.

   VII. =Hume.= By Prof. HUXLEY, F.R.S. =Locke.= By THOS.
          FOWLER. =Burke.= By JOHN MORLEY.

  VIII. =Defoe.= By W. MINTO. =Sterne.= By H. D. TRAILL.
          =Hawthorne.= By HENRY JAMES.

    IX. =Fielding.= By AUSTIN DOBSON. =Thackeray.= By ANTHONY
          TROLLOPE. =Dickens.= By Dr. A. W. WARD.

     X. =Gibbon.= By J. C. MORISON. =Carlyle.= By Professor
          NICHOL. =Macaulay.= By J. C. MORISON.

    XI. =Sydney.= By J. A. SYMONDS. =De Quincey.= By Prof.
          MASSON. =Sheridan.= By Mrs. OLIPHANT.

   XII. =Pope.= By Sir LESLIE STEPHEN, K.C.B. =Johnson.= By
          Sir LESLIE STEPHEN, K.C.B. =Gray.= By EDMUND GOSSE.

  XIII. =Bacon.= By Dean CHURCH. =Bunyan.= By J. A. FROUDE.
        =Bentley.= By Sir RICHARD JEBB.


By GERTRUDE ATHERTON

     THE CONQUEROR.
     PATIENCE SPARHAWK AND HER TIMES.
     AMERICAN WIVES & ENGLISH HUSBANDS.
     A DAUGHTER OF THE VINE.


By J. H. SHORTHOUSE

     JOHN INGLESANT: A Romance.
     SIR PERCIVAL: a Story of the Past and of the Present.
     THE LITTLE SCHOOLMASTER MARK.
     THE COUNTESS EVE.
     A TEACHER OF THE VIOLIN.
     BLANCHE, LADY FALAISE.


By HUGH CONWAY

     A FAMILY AFFAIR.
     LIVING OR DEAD.


By W. CLARK RUSSELL

     MAROONED.
     A STRANGE ELOPEMENT.


By Mrs. PARR

     DOROTHY FOX.
     ADAM AND EVE.
     LOYALTY GEORGE.
     ROBIN.


By ANNIE KEARY

     A YORK AND A LANCASTER ROSE.
     CASTLE DALY: the Story of an Irish Home thirty years ago.
     JANET'S HOME.
     A DOUBTING HEART.
     THE NATIONS AROUND ISRAEL.
     OLDBURY.


By E. WERNER

     SUCCESS, AND HOW HE WON IT.
     FICKLE FORTUNE.


By W. WARDE FOWLER

     A YEAR WITH THE BIRDS. Illustrated.
     TALES OF THE BIRDS. Illustrated.
     MORE TALES OF THE BIRDS. Illustrated.
     SUMMER STUDIES OF BIRDS AND BOOKS.


By FRANK BUCKLAND

     CURIOSITIES OF NATURAL HISTORY. Illustrated. In four volumes:

         FIRST SERIES--Rats, Serpents, Fishes, Frogs, Monkeys, etc.
         SECOND SERIES--Fossils, Bears, Wolves, Cats, Eagles,
           Hedgehogs, Eels, Herrings, Whales.
         THIRD SERIES--Wild Ducks, Fishing, Lions, Tigers, Foxes,
           Porpoises.
         FOURTH SERIES--Giants, Mummies, Mermaids, Wonderful People,
           Salmon, etc.


By ARCHIBALD FORBES

     BARRACKS, BIVOUACS, AND BATTLES.
     SOUVENIRS OF SOME CONTINENTS.


By THOMAS HUGHES

     TOM BROWN'S SCHOOLDAYS.
     TOM BROWN AT OXFORD.
     THE SCOURING OF THE WHITE HORSE.
     ALFRED THE GREAT.


By MONTAGU WILLIAMS

     LEAVES OF A LIFE.
     ROUND LONDON.
     LATER LEAVES.


By W. E. NORRIS

     THIRLBY HALL.
     A BACHELOR'S BLUNDER.


The Works of SHAKESPEARE

     VICTORIA EDITION. In Three Volumes.

         Vol. I. COMEDIES.
         Vol. II. HISTORIES.
         Vol. III. TRAGEDIES.


Works by Various Authors

=Hogan, M.P.=
=Flitters, Tatters, and the Counsellor=
=The New Antigone=
=Memories of Father Healy=

CANON ATKINSON.--=The Last of the Giant Killers=
---- =Walks, Talks, Travels, and Exploits of Two Schoolboys=
---- =Playhours and Half-Holidays; or, further Experiences of Two
       Schoolboys=

SIR S. BAKER.--=True Tales for my Grandsons=

R. H. BARHAM.--=The Ingoldsby Legends=

REV. R. H. D. BARHAM.--=Life of R. H. Barham=
---- =Life of Theodore Hook=

BLENNERHASSET AND SLEEMAN.--=Adventures in Mashonaland=

SIR H. LYTTON BULWER.--=Historical Characters=

C. COWDEN CLARKE.--=The Riches of Chaucer=

SIR H. M. DURAND.--=Helen Treveryan=

LANOE FALCONER.--=Cecilia de Noel=

W. FORBES-MITCHELL.--=Reminiscences of the Great Mutiny=

W. P. FRITH, R.A.--=My Autobiography=

REV. J. GILMORE.--=Storm Warriors=

F. GUIZOT.--=Life of Oliver Cromwell=

CUTCLIFFE HYNE.--=The "Paradise" Coal-Boat=

RICHARD JEFFERIES.--=The Dewy Morn=

HENRY KINGSLEY.--=Tales of Old Travel=

MARY LINSKILL.--=Tales of the North Riding=

S. R. LYSAGHT.--=The Marplot=

M. M'LENNAN.--=Muckle Jock, and other Stories=

LUCAS MALET.--=Mrs. Lorimer=

G. MASSON.--=A Compendious Dictionary of the French Language=

F. A. MIGNET.--=Life of Mary Queen of Scots=

MAJOR GAMBIER PARRY.--=The Story of Dick=

E. C. PRICE.--=In the Lion's Mouth=

LORD REDESDALE.--=Tales of Old Japan=

W. C. RHOADES.--=John Trevennick=

CAMILLE ROUSSET.--=Recollections of Marshal Macdonald=

HAWLEY SMART.--=Breezie Langton=

MARCHESA THEODOLI.--=Under Pressure=

ANTHONY TROLLOPE.--=The Three Clerks=

MRS. HUMPHRY WARD.--=Miss Bretherton=

CHARLES WHITEHEAD.--=Richard Savage=



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Transcriber's Notes


Minor punctuation errors and misprinted characters have been silently
corrected.

Page 22: Changed "Presmptive" to "Presumptive." (Orig: The
Heir-ePresmptive and the Heir-Apparent.)





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