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Title: A Catalogue of Books and Announcements of Methuen and Company, October 1902
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                          A CATALOGUE OF BOOKS
 AND ANNOUNCEMENTS OF METHUEN AND COMPANY PUBLISHERS : LONDON 36 ESSEX
                              STREET W.C.



                                CONTENTS


                                                                    PAGE
  ANNOUNCEMENTS,                                                       2
  GENERAL LITERATURE,                                               8-27
      METHUEN’S STANDARD LIBRARY,                                     27
      BYZANTINE TEXTS,                                                27
      LITTLE LIBRARY,                                                 28
      LITTLE GUIDES,                                                  28
      LITTLE BIOGRAPHIES,                                             28
      LITTLE BLUE BOOKS,                                              29
      LIBRARY OF DEVOTION,                                            29
      OXFORD COMMENTARIES,                                            29
      HANDBOOKS OF THEOLOGY,                                          29
      CHURCHMAN’S LIBRARY,                                            29
      CHURCHMAN’S BIBLE,                                              30
      LEADERS OF RELIGION,                                            30
      SOCIAL QUESTIONS OF TO-DAY,                                     30
      UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SERIES,                                    31
      COMMERCIAL SERIES,                                              31
      CLASSICAL TRANSLATIONS,                                         31
      SCHOOL EXAMINATION SERIES,                                      32
      METHUEN’S JUNIOR SCHOOL-BOOKS,                                  32
      TEXTBOOKS OF TECHNOLOGY,                                        32
  FICTION,                                                         32-38
      THE FLEUR DE LIS NOVELS,                                        39
      BOOKS FOR BOYS AND GIRLS,                                       40
      THE NOVELIST,                                                   40
      METHUEN’S SIXPENNY LIBRARY,                                     40

                               OCTOBER 1902

                                                       October 1902



                           Messrs. Methuen’s
                             ANNOUNCEMENTS


THE COMPLETE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB. Edited by E. V. Lucas. With numerous
Illustrations. _In Seven Volumes. Demy 8vo. 7s. 6d. each._

  This new edition of the works of Charles and Mary Lamb, in five
  volumes (to be followed by two volumes containing the Letters), will
  be found to contain a large quantity of new matter both in prose and
  verse—several thousand words in all. Mr. E. V. Lucas, the editor, has
  attempted in the notes, not only to relate Lamb’s writings to his
  life, but to account for all his quotations and allusions—an ideal of
  thoroughness far superior to any that previous editors have set before
  themselves. A Life of Lamb by Mr. Lucas will follow next year.

THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF OLIVER CROMWELL. By Thomas Carlyle. With an
Introduction by C. H. Firth, M.A., and Notes and Appendices by Mrs. S.
C. Lomas. _Three Volumes. 6s. each._

                                          [_Methuen’s Standard Library._

  This edition is brought up to the standard of modern scholarship by
  the addition of numerous new letters of Cromwell, and by the
  correction of many errors which recent research has discovered.

CRITICAL AND HISTORICAL ESSAYS. By Lord Macaulay. Edited by F. C.
Montague, M.A. Three Volumes. Crown 8vo. 6s. each.

                                          [_Methuen’s Standard Library._

  The only edition of this book completely annotated.

IN MEMORIAM, MAUD, AND THE PRINCESS. Edited by J. Churton Collins, M.A.
_Crown 8vo. 6s._

                                          [_Methuen’s Standard Library._

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. By Thomas Carlyle. Edited by C. R. L. Fletcher,
Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford. _Three Volumes. Crown 8vo. 6s.
each._

                                          [_Methuen’s Standard Library._

  This edition is magnificently equipped with notes.

LORD STRATHCONA: The Story of His Life. By Beckles Willson. Illustrated.
_Demy 8vo. 7s. 6d._

OTHELLO. Edited by H. C. Hart. _Demy 8vo. 3s. 6d._

                                               [_The Arden Shakespeare._

ROBERT HARLEY, EARL OF OXFORD. By E. S. Roscoe. Illustrated. _Demy 8vo.
7s. 6d._

WALTER RALEIGH. By Miss J. A. Taylor. With 12 Illustrations. _Cloth, 3s.
6d.; leather, 4s. net._

                                                  [_Little Biographies._

LORD TENNYSON. By A. C. Benson, M.A. With 12 Illustrations. _Cloth, 3s.
6d.; leather, 4s. net._

                                                  [_Little Biographies._

ERASMUS. By E. F. H. Capey. With Illustrations. _Cloth, 3s. 6d.;
leather, 4s. net._

                                                  [_Little Biographies._

CHRISTMAS BOOKS. By W. M. Thackeray. Edited by Stephen Gwynn. _Pott 8vo,
cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

ESMOND. By W. M. Thackeray. Edited by Stephen Gwynn. _Two Volumes. Pott
8vo, cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

CHRISTMAS BOOKS. By Charles Dickens. Edited by Stephen Gwynn. _Two
Volumes. Pott 8vo, cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

THE INGOLDSBY LEGENDS. Edited by J. B. Atlay. _Two Volumes. Pott 8vo,
cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

A LITTLE BOOK OF ENGLISH SONNETS. Edited by J. B. B. Nichols. _Pott 8vo,
cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

THE SCARLET LETTER. By Nathaniel Hawthorne. Edited by Percy Dearmer.
_Pott 8vo, cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

THE INHERITANCE. By Susan Ferrier. _Two Volumes. Pott 8vo, cloth, 1s.
6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                  [_The Little Library._

PARIS. By Hilaire Belloc. Illustrated. _Crown 8vo, 6s._

CORNWALL. By A. L. Salmon. Illustrated by B. C. Boulter. _Pott 8vo,
cloth, 3s.; leather, 3s. 6d. net._

                                                   [_The Little Guides._

KENT. By G. Clinch. Illustrated by F. D. Bedford. _Pott 8vo, cloth, 3s.;
leather, 3s. 6d. net._

                                                   [_The Little Guides._

BRITTANY. By S. Baring-Gould. Illustrated by J. Wylie. _Pott 8vo, cloth,
3s.; leather, 3s. 6d. net._

                                                   [_The Little Guides._

THE ENGLISH LAKES. By F. G. Brabant, M.A. Illustrated by E. H. New.
_Pott 8vo, cloth 4s.; leather, 4s. 6d. net._

                                                   [_The Little Guides._

ON COMMANDO. By D. S. van Warmelo. With Portrait. _Crown 8vo. 3s 6d._

THE BRUNT OF THE WAR. By Emily Hobhouse. _With Map and Illustrations.
Crown 8vo._

THE HEART OF JAPAN. By C. L. Brownell. Illustrated. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

  A lively description of Japan and the Japanese.

OLD PICTURE-BOOKS. By A. W. Pollard, M.A. With many Illustrations. _Demy
8vo. 7s. 6d. net._

A KEY TO THE TIME ALLUSIONS IN THE DIVINE COMEDY. By _G. Pradeau_. With
a Dial. _Small quarto. 3s. 6d._

THE STRUGGLE FOR PERSIA. By Captain Donald Stuart. With a Map. _Crown
8vo. 6s._

THE VISIT TO LONDON. Described in verse by E. V. Lucas, and in coloured
pictures by F. D. Bedford. _Small 4to. 6s._

  This charming book describes the introduction of a country child to
  the delights and sights of London. It is the result of a well-known
  partnership between author and artist.

THE BOOK OF THE COUNTRY AND THE GARDEN. By H. M. Batson. Illustrated by
F. Carruthers Gould and A. C. Gould. _Demy 8vo. 10s. 6d._

MODERN SPIRITUALISM. By Frank Podmore. _Two Volumes. 8vo. 21s. net._

ANCIENT COFFERS AND CUPBOARDS: Their History and Description. With many
Illustrations. By Fred Roe. _Quarto. £3, 3s. net._

THE INNER AND MIDDLE TEMPLE. By H. H. L. Bellot, M.A. With numerous
Illustrations. _Crown 8vo. 6s. net._

SIDELIGHTS ON THE GEORGIAN PERIOD. By George Paston. With many
illustrations. _Demy 8vo. 10s. 6d._

THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A ‘NEWSPAPER GIRL.’ By Elizabeth L. Banks, Author
of ‘Campaigns of Curiosity.’ With Portrait. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE DEVOTIONS OF ST. ANSELM. Edited by C. C. J. Webb, M.A. _Pott 8vo,
cloth, 2s.; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                             [_The Library of Devotion._

THE DEVOTIONS OF BISHOP ANDREWES. By F. E. Brightman, M.A., of Pusey
House, Oxford. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE AMERICAN COTTON INDUSTRY: A Study in Work and Workers. By T. M.
Young. _Crown 8vo, cloth, 2s. 6d.; paper boards, 1s. 6d._

COMPARATIVE THEOLOGY. By J. A. MacCulloch. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

                                             [_The Churchman’s Library._

SECOND STRINGS. By A. D. Godley, M.A. _F’cap. 8vo. 2s. 6d._

  A volume of light verse.


                           Educational Books

DESIGNING AND WEAVING. By A. F. Barker. Illustrated. _Demy 8vo._

AGRICULTURAL GEOLOGY. By J. E. Marr, F.R.S. With numerous Illustrations.
_Crown 8vo._

ARITHMETIC AND MENSURATION FOR THE WORKSHOP AND TECHNICAL SCHOOL. By C.
T. Millis, M.I.M.E., Principal of the Borough Polytechnic College. With
Diagrams. _Crown 8vo._

EASY DICTATION AND SPELLING. By W. Williamson, B.A., Headmaster of the
West Kent Grammar School, Brockley. _Fcap. 8vo. 1s._

THE ROSE READER. By Edward Rose. With Four coloured and other
Illustrations. _Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d. And in 4 Parts._ Parts I. and II.,
_6d. each_; Part III., _8d._; Part IV., _10d._

JUNIOR ENGLISH EXAMINATION PAPERS. By W. Williamson, B.A., Headmaster
West Kent Grammar School, Brockley. _Fcap. 8vo. 1s._

                                           [_Junior Examination Series._

JUNIOR ARITHMETIC EXAMINATION PAPERS. By W. S. Beard, Headmaster Modern
School, Fareham. _Fcap. 8vo. 1s._

                                           [_Junior Examination Series._

THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. Edited by A. E. Rubie, M.A., Headmaster Royal
Naval School, Eltham. _Crown 8vo. 2s._

                                       [_Methuen’s Junior School Books._

THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. LUKE. Edited by W. Williamson, B.A.,
Headmaster of the West Kent Grammar School, Brockley. _Crown 8vo. 1s.
6d._

                                       [_Methuen’s Junior School Books._

A JUNIOR FRENCH GRAMMAR. By L. A. Sornet and M. J. Acatos, Modern
Language Masters at King Edward’s School, Birmingham.

                                       [_Methuen’s Junior School Books._

THE STUDENTS’ PRAYER BOOK. Part I. Morning and Evening Prayer and
Litany. Edited by W. H. Flecker, M.A., D.C.L., Headmaster of the Dean
Close School, Cheltenham. _Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d._

A JUNIOR CHEMISTRY. By E. A. Tyler, B.A., F.C.S., Science Master at
Framlingham College. With 73 Illustrations. _Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d._

                                       [_Methuen’s Junior School Books._

JUNIOR ALGEBRA EXAMINATION PAPERS. By S. W. Finn, M.A. _Crown 8vo. 1s._


                   The Little Blue Books for Children

                         Edited by E. V. Lucas.
                _Illustrated. Square Fcap. 8vo. 2s. 6d._

  Messrs. Methuen are publishing a series of children’s books under the
  above general title. The new volumes are:

A SCHOOL YEAR. By Netta Syrett.

THE PEELES AT THE CAPITAL. By T. Hilbert.

THE TREASURE OF PRINCEGATE PRIORY. By T. Cobb.


                                Fiction

TEMPORAL POWER: A Study in Supremacy. By Marie Corelli. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE SEA LADY. By H. G. Wells. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

A FIVE YEARS’ TRYST AND OTHER STORIES. By Sir Walter Besant. _Crown 8vo.
6s._

THE HOLE IN THE WALL. By Arthur Morrison, Author of ‘A Child of the
Jago,’ etc. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

OLIVIA’S SUMMER. By Mrs. M. E. Mann, Author of ‘The Patten Experiment.’
_Crown 8vo. 6s._

A BAYARD FROM BENGAL. By F. Anstey, Author of ‘Vice Versâ.’ Illustrated
by Bernard Partridge. _Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d._

THE WHITE WOLF AND OTHER FIRESIDE TALES. By ‘Q.’ _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE RIVER. By Eden Phillpotts. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

A ROMAN MYSTERY. By Richard Bagot. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

JAIR THE APOSTATE. By A. G. Hales. Illustrated by A. H. Buckland. _Crown
8vo. 6s._

FELIX. By R. Hichens, Author of ‘Flames,’ etc. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

CHILDREN OF THE BUSH. By Harry Lawson. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE FOUNDING OF FORTUNES. By Jane Barlow, Author of ‘Irish Idylls.’
_Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE CREDIT OF THE COUNTY. By W. E. Norris. Illustrated by N. Tenison.
_Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE LIGHTNING CONDUCTOR: Being the Romance of a Motor Car. By Mr. and
Mrs. C. N. Williamson. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

HONEY. By Helen Mathers, Author of ‘Comin’ thro’ the Rye.’ _Crown 8vo.
6s._

HOLY MATRIMONY. By Dorothea Gerard, Author of ‘Lady Baby.’ _Crown 8vo.
6s._

MISS QUILLET. By S. Baring-Gould, Author of ‘Mehalah.’ Illustrated by G.
Grenville Manton. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

BARBARA’S MONEY. By Adeline Sergeant, Author of ‘The Story of a Penitent
Soul.’ _Crown 8vo. 6s._

JIM TWELVES. By W. F. Shannon, Author of ‘The Mess Deck.’ _Crown 8vo.
3s. 6d._

THE ADVENTURES OF SIR JOHN SPARROW. By Harold Begbie. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE FATE OF VALSEC. By J. Bloundelle Burton. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

PAPA. By Mrs. C. N. Williamson, Author of ‘The Barnstormers.’ _Crown
8vo. 6s._

MRS. CLYDE. By Julien Gordon. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE BRANDED PRINCE. By Weatherby Chesney, Author of ‘John Topp, Pirate.’
_Crown 8vo. 6s._

A PRINCESS OF THE HILLS. By Mrs. Burton Harrison. Illustrated. _Crown
8vo. 6s._

THE TWICKENHAM PEERAGE. By Richard Marsh, Author of ‘The Beetle.’ _Crown
8vo. 6s._

THE PUPPET CROWN. By Harold Macgrath. Illustrated. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

WITH ESSEX IN IRELAND. By the Hon. Emily Lawless. _Cheaper Edition.
Crown 8vo. 6s._

  A cheaper edition of a book which won considerable popularity in a
  more expensive form some years ago.

THE INCA’S TREASURE. By Ernest Glanville. Illustrated by A. H. Buckland.
_Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d._


                             _The Novelist_

Messrs. Methuen are issuing under the above general title a Monthly
Series of Novels by popular authors at the price of Sixpence. Each
Number is as long as the average Six Shilling Novel.

No. XXXII. THE KLOOF BRIDE. By Ernest Glanville.


                      _Methuen’s Sixpenny Library_

THE MILL ON THE FLOSS. By George Eliot.

PETER SIMPLE. By Captain Marryat.

MARY BARTON. By Mrs. Gaskell.

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. By Jane Austen.

NORTH AND SOUTH. By Mrs. Gaskell.

JACOB FAITHFUL. By Captain Marryat.

SHIRLEY. By Charlotte Brontë.



                             A CATALOGUE OF
                           Messrs. Methuen’s
                              PUBLICATIONS


                       Part I.—General Literature

Jacob Abbot. THE BEECHNUT BOOK. Edited by E. V. Lucas. Illustrated.
_Square Fcap 8vo. 2s. 6d._

                                                     [Little Blue Books.

W. F. Adeney, M.A. See Bennett and Adeney.

Æschylus. AGAMEMNON, CHOEPHOROE, EUMENIDES. Translated by Lewis
Campbell, LL.D., late Professor of Greek at St. Andrews. _5s._

                                                [Classical Translations.

G. A. Aitken. See Swift.

William Alexander, D.D., Archbishop of Armagh. THOUGHTS AND COUNSELS OF
MANY YEARS. Selected from the writings of Archbishop Alexander. _Square
Pott 8vo. 2s. 6d._

St. Anselm, THE DEVOTIONS OF. Edited by C. C. J. Webb, M.A. _Pott 8vo.
Cloth, 2s.; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                   [Library of Devotion.

Aristophanes. THE FROGS. Translated into English by E. W. Huntingford,
M.A., Professor of Classics in Trinity College, Toronto. _Crown 8vo. 2s.
6d._

Aristotle. THE NICOMACHEAN ETHICS. Edited, with an Introduction and
Notes, by John Burnet, M.A., Professor of Greek at St. Andrews. _Demy
8vo. 15s. net._

  ‘We have seldom, if ever, seen an edition of any classical author in
  which what is held in common with other commentators is so clearly and
  shortly put, and what is original is (with equal brevity) of such
  value and interest.’—_Pilot._

J. B. Atkins. THE RELIEF OF LADYSMITH. With 16 Plans and Illustrations.
_Third Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s._

St. Augustine, THE CONFESSIONS OF. Newly Translated, with an
Introduction and Notes, by C. Bigg, D.D., late Student of Christ Church.
_Third Edition. Pott 8vo. Cloth, 2s; leather 2s. 6d. net._

                                                   [Library of Devotion.

  ‘The translation is an excellent piece of English, and the
  introduction is a masterly exposition. We augur well of a series which
  begins so satisfactorily.’—_Times._

Jane Austen. PRIDE AND PREJUDICE. Edited by E. V. Lucas. _Two Volumes.
Pott 8vo. Each volume, cloth, 1s. 6d.; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                        [Little Library.

NORTHANGER ABBEY. Edited by E. V. Lucas. _Pott 8vo. Cloth, 1s. 6d.;
leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                        [Little Library.

Constance Bache. BROTHER MUSICIANS. Reminiscences of Edward and Walter
Bache. With 16 Illustrations. _Crown 8vo. 6s. net._

R. S. S. Baden-Powell, Major-General. THE DOWNFALL OF PREMPEH. A Diary
of Life in Ashanti, 1895. With 21 Illustrations and a Map. _Third
Edition. Large Crown 8vo. 6s._

THE MATABELE CAMPAIGN, 1896. With nearly 100 Illustrations. _Fourth and
Cheaper Edition. Large Crown 8vo. 6s._

Graham Balfour. THE LIFE OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON. _Second Edition. Two
Volumes. Demy 8vo. 25s. net._

  ‘The biographer has performed his labour of love with exemplary skill,
  with unfailing good taste, and with an enthusiastic admiration for the
  genius of the writer and a whole-souled affection for the man.’—_Daily
  Telegraph._

  ‘The story has all the charm of a revelation. It is written with
  admirable taste and simplicity.’—_Pall Mall Gazette._

  ‘Mr. Balfour has done his work extremely well—done it, in fact, as
  Stevenson himself would have wished it done, with care and skill and
  affectionate appreciation. His own personal tribute in the last
  chapter of the second volume is an admirable piece of writing, the
  tribute of a relative and admirer, but none the less faithful and
  discerning.’—_Westminster Gazette._

S. Baring-Gould, Author of ‘Mehalah,’ etc. THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON
BONAPARTE. With over 450 Illustrations in the Text, and 12 Photogravure
Plates. _Gilt top. Large quarto. 36s._

  ‘The main feature of this gorgeous volume is its great wealth of
  beautiful photogravures and finely-executed wood engravings,
  constituting a complete pictorial chronicle of Napoleon I.’s personal
  history.’—_Daily Telegraph._

THE TRAGEDY OF THE CÆSARS. With numerous Illustrations from Busts, Gems,
Cameos, etc. _Fifth Edition. Royal 8vo, 15s._

  ‘A most splendid and fascinating book on a subject of undying
  interest. It is brilliantly written, and the illustrations are
  supplied on a scale of profuse magnificence.’—_Daily Chronicle._

A BOOK OF FAIRY TALES. With numerous Illustrations and Initial Letters
by Arthur J. Gaskin. _Second Edition. Crown 8vo. Buckram. 6s._

OLD ENGLISH FAIRY TALES. With numerous Illustrations by F. D. Bedford.
_Second Edition. Cr. 8vo. Buckram. 6s._

  ‘A charming volume.’—_Guardian._

THE CROCK OF GOLD. Fairy Stories. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

  ‘Twelve delightful fairy tales.’—_Punch._

THE VICAR OF MORWENSTOW: A Biography. A new and Revised Edition. With
Portrait. _Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d._

  A completely new edition of the well-known biography of R. S. Hawker.

DARTMOOR: A Descriptive and Historical Sketch. With Plans and numerous
Illustrations. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

  ‘A most delightful guide, companion and instructor.’—_Scotsman._

THE BOOK OF THE WEST. With numerous Illustrations. _Two volumes._ Vol.
I. Devon. _Second Edition._ Vol. II. Cornwall. _Second Edition._ _Crown
8vo. 6s. each._

  ‘Bracing as the air of Dartmoor, the legend weird as twilight over
  Dozmare Pool, they give us a very good idea of this enchanting and
  beautiful district.’—_Guardian._

A BOOK OF BRITTANY. With numerous Illustrations. _Crown 8vo. 6s._

  Uniform in scope and size with Mr. Baring-Gould’s well-known books on
  Devon, Cornwall, and Dartmoor.

OLD COUNTRY LIFE. With 67 Illustrations. _Fifth Edition. Large Cr. 8vo.
6s._

AN OLD ENGLISH HOME. With numerous Plans and Illustrations. _Cr. 8vo.
6s._

HISTORIC ODDITIES AND STRANGE EVENTS. _Fifth Edition. Cr. 8vo. 6s._

YORKSHIRE ODDITIES AND STRANGE EVENTS. _Fifth Edition. Crown 8vo. 6s._

STRANGE SURVIVALS AND SUPERSTITIONS. _Second Edition. Cr. 8vo. 6s._

A GARLAND OF COUNTRY SONG: English Folk Songs with their Traditional
Melodies. Collected and arranged by S. Baring-Gould and H. F. Sheppard.
_Demy 4to. 6s._

SONGS OF THE WEST: Traditional Ballads and Songs of the West of England,
with their Melodies. Collected by S. Baring-Gould, M.A., and H. F.
Sheppard, M.A. In 4 Parts. _Parts I., II., III., 3s. each. Part IV., 5s.
In One Volume, French Morocco, 15s._

  ‘A rich collection of humour, pathos, grace, and poetic
  fancy.’—_Saturday Review._

S. E. Bally. A FRENCH COMMERCIAL READER. With Vocabulary. _Second
Edition. Crown 8vo. 2s._

                                                     [Commercial Series.

FRENCH COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENCE. With Vocabulary. _Third Edition. Crown
8vo. 2s._

                                                     [Commercial Series.

A GERMAN COMMERCIAL READER. With Vocabulary. _Crown 8vo. 2s._

                                                     [Commercial Series.

GERMAN COMMERCIAL CORRESPONDENCE. With Vocabulary. _Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d._

                                                     [Commercial Series.

W. E. Barnes, D.D. ISAIAH. _Two Volumes. Fcap. 8vo. 2s. net each._ Vol.
I. With Map.

                                                     [Churchman’s Bible.

Mrs. P. A. Barnett. A LITTLE BOOK OF ENGLISH PROSE. _Pott 8vo. Cloth,
2s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                        [Little Library.

R. R. N. Baron, M.A. FRENCH PROSE COMPOSITION. _Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d. Key,
3s. net._

H. M. Barron, M.A., Wadham College, Oxford. TEXTS FOR SERMONS ON VARIOUS
OCCASIONS AND SUBJECTS. With a Preface by Canon Scott Holland. _Crown
8vo. 3s. 6d._

C. F. Bastable, M.A., Professor of Economics at Trinity College, Dublin.
THE COMMERCE OF NATIONS. _Second Edition. Crown 8vo. 2s. 6d._

                                               [Social Questions Series.

H. M. Batson. See Edward FitzGerald.

A. Hulme Beaman. PONS ASINORUM; OR, A GUIDE TO BRIDGE. _Second Edition,
Fcap. 8vo. 2s._

  A practical guide, with many specimen games, to the game of Bridge.

Peter Beckford. THOUGHTS ON HUNTING. Edited by J. Otho Paget, and
Illustrated by G. H. Jalland. _Demy 8vo. 10s. 6d._

William Beckford. THE HISTORY OF THE CALIPH VATHEK. Edited by E. Denison
Ross. _Pott 8vo. Cloth, 1s. 6d. net; leather, 2s. 6d. net._

                                                        [Little Library.

H. C. Beeching, M.A. See Tennyson.

Jacob Behmen. THE SUPERSENSUAL LIFE. Edited by Bernard Holland. _Fcap.
8vo. 3s. 6d._

W. H. Bennett, M.A. A PRIMER OF THE BIBLE. _Second Edition. Crown 8vo.
2s. 6d._

  ‘The work of an honest, fearless, and sound critic, and an excellent
  guide in a small compass to the books of the Bible.’—_Manchester
  Guardian._

W. H. Bennett and W. F. Adeney. A BIBLICAL INTRODUCTION. _Crown 8vo. 7s.
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                        The Fleur de Lis Novels

                          _Crown 8vo. 3s. 6d._

Messrs. Methuen are now publishing popular Novels in a new and most
charming style of binding. Ultimately, this Series will contain the
following books:—

  Andrew Balfour.
    To Arms!
    Vengeance is Mine.
  M. C. Balfour.
    The Fall of the Sparrow.
  Jane Barlow.
    The Land of the Shamrock.
    A Creel of Irish Stories.
    From the East Unto the West.
  J. A. Barry.
    In the Great Deep.
  E. F. Benson.
    The Capsina.
    Dodo: A Detail of the Day.
    The Vintage.
  J. Bloundelle-Burton.
    In the Day of Adversity.
    Denounced.
    The Clash of Arms.
    Across the Salt Seas.
    Servants of Sin.
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    Path and Goal.
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    A Flash of Summer.
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    A State Secret.
    Peggy of the Bartons.
  Hope Dawlish.
    A Secretary of Legation.
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    The Sin of Angels.
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    Willowbrake.
  George Gissing.
    The Crown of Life.
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    Bunter’s Cruise.
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  C. F. Goss.
    The Redemption of David Corson.
  E. M‘Queen Gray.
    My Stewardship.
    Elsa.
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    Byeways.
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    The Singer of Marly.
  Emily Lawless.
    Hurrish.
    Maelcho.
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    Mirry-Ann.
    Josiah’s Wife.
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    Derrick Vaughan, Novelist.
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    An Odd Experiment.
  Richard Marsh.
    The Seen and the Unseen.
    Marvels and Mysteries.
  W. E. Norris.
    Matthew Austin.
    His Grace.
    The Despotic Lady.
    Clarissa Furiosa.
    Giles Ingilby.
    An Octave.
    Jack’s Father.
    A Deplorable Affair.
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    The Lady’s Walk.
    The Prodigals.
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    The Daughter of Alouette.
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    An Englishman.
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    Rose a Charlitte.
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    Christalla.
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    One Hour and the Next.
  Benjamin Swift.
    Siren City.
  Victor Waite.
    Cross Trails.
  Mrs. Walford.
    Successors to the Title.
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    A Passionate Pilgrim.
  Mrs. C. N. Williamson.
    The Adventure of Princess Sylvia.
  X. L.
    Aut Diabolus aut nihil.


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Only a Guard-Room Dog. By Edith E. Cuthell.

The Doctor of the Juliet. By Harry Collingwood.

Master Rockafellar’s Voyage. By W. Clark Russell.

Syd Belton: Or, the Boy who would not go to Sea. By G. Manville Fenn.

The Red Grange. By Mrs. Molesworth.

The Secret of Madame de Monluc. By the Author of ‘Mdle. Mori.’

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XXIII. The Human Boy. By Eden Phillpotts.

XXIV. The Chronicles of Count Antonio. By Anthony Hope.

XXV. By Stroke of Sword. By Andrew Balfour.

XXVI. Kitty Alone. By S. Baring-Gould.

XXVII. Giles Ingilby. By W. E. Norris.

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Peggy of the Bartons. By B. M. Croker.

The Green Graves of Balcowrie. By Jane H. Findlater.

The Stolen Bacillus. By H. G. Wells.

Matthew Austin. By W. E. Norris.

The Conquest of London. By Dorothea Gerard.

A Voyage of Consolation. By Sara J. Duncan.

The Mutable Many. By Robert Barr.

Ben Hur. By General Lew Wallace.

Sir Robert’s Fortune. By Mrs. Oliphant.

The Fair God. By General Lew Wallace.

Clarissa Furiosa. By W. E. Norris.

Noemi. By S. Baring-Gould.

The Throne of David. By J. H. Ingraham.

Across the Salt Seas. By J. Bloundelle Burton.



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