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Title: T. B. Peterson's List of Publications (1857)
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T. B. PETERSON'S LIST OF PUBLICATIONS.


     The Books in this Catalogue will be found to be the very
     Best and Latest Publications by the most popular and
     celebrated writers in the world. They are also the most
     readable and entertaining Books, and are printed for the
     "Million," at very cheap rates, and copies of all or any of
     them will be sent by Mail, free of postage, to any person,
     on receipt of the advertised price. They are suitable for the

Parlor, Library, Sitting Room, Railroad, Steamboat, or Chamber Reading,

_AND ARE PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE BY_

T. B. PETERSON, No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[ph] Booksellers, and all others, will be supplied at very Low
Rates. [ph]


MRS. SOUTHWORTHS'.

Vivia: or, The Secret of Power,               1.00
India. The Pearl of Pearl River,              1.00
The Missing Bride,                            1.00
The Lost Heiress,                             1.00
Deserted Wife,                                1.00
Wife's Victory,                               1.00
Curse of Clifton,                             1.00
Discarded Daughter,                           1.00
Retribution,                                  1.00
Initials,                                     1.00
Kate Aylesford,                               1.00
Mabel,                                        1.00

The above are also published in cloth, price $1.25 each.


MRS. HENTZ'S WORKS.

The Planter's Northern Bride,                 1.00
Linda,                                        1.00
Robert Graham,                                1.00
Courtship and Marriage,                       1.00
Rena; or the Snow Bird,                       1.00
Marcus Warland,                               1.00
Love after Marriage,                          1.00
Eoline,                                       1.00
The Banished Son,                             1.00
Helen and Arthur,                             1.00
Aunt Patty's Scrap Bag,                       1.00

The above are also published in cloth, price $1.25 each


ELLEN PICKERING'S.

Orphan Niece,                                  .25
Kate Walsingham,                               .25
Poor Cousin,                                   .25
Ellen Wareham,                                 .25
Who Shall be Heir?                             .25
Secret Foe,                                    .25
Expectant,                                     .25
Fright,                                        .25
Quiet Husband,                                 .25
Nan Darell,                                    .25
Prince and Pedlar,                             .25
Merchant's Daughter,                           .25
The Squire,                                    .25
Agnes Serle,                                   .25
The Heiress,                                   .25
The Grumbler,                                  .50


CHARLES LEVER'S.

Charles O'Malley,                              .50
Knight of Gwynne,                              .50
Arthur O'Leary,                                .50
Tom Burke of Ours,                             .50
Jack Hinton,                                   .50
Harry Lorrequer,                               .50
Horace Templeton,                              .50
Kate O'Donoghue,                               .50

Lever's works are also bound in four volumes, in black cloth, for
$6.00. Scarlet cloth, $6.50. Law Library sheep $7.00. Half calf $9.00.

Ten Thousand a Year,                          1.00
Valentine Vox, the Ventriloquist,              .50
The Sisters,                                   .50
The Steward,                                   .50
Percy Effingham,                               .50


ALEXANDRE DUMAS'.

The Three Guardsmen,                           .75
Twenty Years After,                            .75
Bragelonne,                                    .75
The Iron Hand,                                 .50
Forty-Five Guardsmen,                          .75
Memoirs of a Marquis,                         1.00
Andree de Taverney,                           1.00
Countess of Charny,                           1.00
The Iron Mask,                                1.00
Louise La Valliere,                           1.00
Memoirs of a Physician,                       1.00
Queen's Necklace,                             1.00
Diana of Meridor,                             1.00
Six Years Later,                              1.00
Felina de Chambure,                            .50
Genevieve,                                     .50
Sketches in France,                            .50
Isabel of Bavaria,                             .50
Edmond Dantes,                                 .50
Corsican Brothers,                             .25


LIPPARD'S WORKS.

Washington & Generals,                        1.00
Quaker City,                                  1.00
Paul Ardenheim,                               1.00
Blanche of Brandywine,                        1.00
The Nazarene,                                  .50
Legends of Mexico,                             .25
Ladye of Albarone,                            1.00


CHARLES DICKENS'.

David Copperfield,                             .50
Dombey and Son,                                .50
Nicholas Nickleby,                             .50
Pickwick Papers,                               .50
Christmas Stories,                             .50
Martin Chuzzlewit,                             .50
Barnaby Rudge,                                 .50
Dickens' New Stories,                          .50
Bleak House,                                   .50
Old Curiosity Shop,                            .50
Sketches by "Boz,"                             .50
Oliver Twist,                                  .50

A complete sett of the above will be sold for $5; also, bound in five
vols., black cloth, for $7.50. Scarlet cloth, for $8.50. Law Library
Sheep, for $9.00. The Illustrated edition is $1.50 a volume, or $18
for the complete sett of 12 volumes.


FRANK FAIRLEGH'S.

Frank Fairlegh,                                .50
Lewis Arundel,                                 .75
Harry Coverdale's Courtship,                  1.00
Lorrimer Littlegood,                          1.00
Fortunes and Misfortunes of Harry Rackett
  Scapegrace,                                  .50


BOOKS OF FUN.

Major Jones' Courtship and Travels. Cloth,    1.25
Simon Suggs' Adventures and Travels. Cloth,   1.25
Major Jones' Scenes in Georgia. Cloth,        1.25
Humors of Falconbridge,                       1.00
Frank Forester's Sporting Scenes and
  Characters. 2 vols., cloth,                 2.50
Dow's Patent Sermons. By Dow, Jr. 3 vols.,
  each,                                        .75
Piney Woods Tavern,                           1.00
Adventures of Captain Priest,                  .75
American Joe Miller,                           .25


HUMOROUS WORKS.

BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.

Major Jones' Courtship,                        .50
Major Jones' Sketches of Travel,               .50
Simon Suggs' Adventures,                       .50
Major Jones' Chronicles of Pineville,          .50
Polly Peablossom's Wedding,                    .50
Widow Rugby's Husband,                         .50
Big Bear of Arkansas,                          .50
Streaks of Squatter Life,                      .50
Pickings from Picayune,                        .50
Stray Subjects arrested and Bound Over,        .50
Louisiana Swamp Doctor,                        .50
Charcoal Sketches,                             .50
Misfortunes of Peter Faber,                    .50
Peter Ploddy,                                  .50
Yankee among Mermaids,                         .50
New Orleans Sketch Book,                       .50
Drama in Pokerville,                           .50
The Charms of Paris,                           .50
The Quorndon Hounds,                           .50
My Shooting Box,                               .50
Warwick Woodlands,                             .50
The Deer Stalkers,                             .50
Adventures of Captain Farrago,                 .50
Major O'Regan's Adventures,                    .50
Sol. Smith's Theatrical Apprenticeship,        .50
Sol. Smith's Theatrical Journey-Work,          .50
Quarter Race Kentucky,                         .50
Rival Belles,                                  .50
Life of Col. Vanderbomb,                       .50
Life and Adventures of Percival Mayberry,      .50
Yankee Yarns and Yankee Letters,               .50


MRS. GREY'S.

Gipsey's Daughter,                             .25
Lena Cameron,                                  .25
Belle of the Family,                           .25
Sybil Lennard,                                 .25
Duke and Cousin,                               .25
The Little Wife,                               .25
Manoeuvring Mother,                            .25
Baronet's Daughters,                           .25
Young Prima Donna,                             .25
Old Dower House,                               .25
Hyacinthe,                                     .25
Alice Seymour,                                 .25
Mary Seaham,                                   .50
Passion and Principle,                         .50


D'ISRAELI'S WORKS.

Henrietta Temple,                              .50
Vivian Grey,                                   .50
Venetia,                                       .50
Young Duke,                                    .38
Miriam Alroy,                                  .38
Contarini Fleming,                             .38


LANGUAGES.

French without a Master,                       .25
Spanish without a Master,                      .25
German without a Master,                       .25
Italian without a Master,                      .25
Latin without a Master,                        .25


REYNOLDS' WORKS.

Mysteries of the Court of London. 2 vols.,    1.00
Rose Foster. 3 vols.,                         1.50
Caroline of Brunswick,                        1.00
Venetia Trelawney,                            1.00
Lord Saxondale,                               1.00
Count Christoval,                             1.00
Rosa Lambert,                                 1.00
Mary Price,                                   1.00
Eustace Quentin,                              1.00
Joseph Wilmot,                                1.00
Banker's Daughter,                            1.00
Kenneth,                                      1.00
The Rye-House Plot,                           1.00
Isabella Vincent,                              .50
Vivian Bertram,                                .50
Countess of Lascelles,                         .50
Duke of Marchmont,                             .50
The Necromancer,                               .75
The Soldier's Wife,                            .50
May Middleton,                                 .50
Massacre of Glencoe,                           .50
The Court of Naples,                           .50
Loves of the Harem,                            .50
Ellen Percy,                                   .50
Agnes Evelyn,                                  .50
Edgar Montrose,                                .25
Parricide,                                     .50
Life in Paris,                                 .50


CAPT. MARRYATT'S.

Jacob Faithful,                                .25
Japhet Search of Father,                       .25
Phantom Ship,                                  .25
Midshipman Easy,                               .25
Pacha of Many Tales,                           .25
Naval Officer,                                 .25
Snarleyow,                                     .25
Newton Foster,                                 .25
King's Own,                                    .25
Pirate & Three Cutters,                        .25
Peter Simple,                                  .50
Percival Keene,                                .50
Poor Jack,                                     .50
Sea King,                                      .50
Valerie,                                       .50


AINSWORTH'S.

Jack Sheppard,                                 .50
Tower of London,                              1.00
Guy Fawkes,                                    .50
The Star Chamber,                              .50
Newgate Calendar,                              .50
Old St. Paul's,                                .50
Mysteries of the Court of Queen Anne,          .50
Mysteries of the Court of the Stuarts,         .50
Life of Davy Crockett,                         .50
Life of Henry Thomas,                          .25
Dick Turpin,                                   .25
Desperadoes New World,                         .25
Ninon De L'Enclos,                             .25
Life of Arthur Spring,                         .25
Life of Grace O'Malley,                        .38
Windsor Castle,                                .50


GREEN ON GAMBLING

Gambling Exposed,                             1.00
Gambling Unmasked,                            1.00
Secret Band of Brothers,                      1.00
The Reformed Gambler,                         1.00

Above in cloth, $1.25 each.


HIGHWAYMEN.

Life of John A. Murrel,                        .25
Life of Joseph T. Hare,                        .25
Life of Monroe Edwards,                        .25
Life of Helen Jewett,                          .25
Life of Jack Rann,                             .25
Kit Clayton,                                   .25
Lives of the Felons,                           .25
Tom Waters,                                    .25
Nat Blake,                                     .25
Bill Horton,                                   .25
Galloping Gus,                                 .25
Ned Hastings,                                  .25
Biddy Woodhull,                                .25
Eveleen Wilson,                                .25
Diary of a Pawnbroker,                         .25
Silver and Pewter,                             .25
Sweeney Todd,                                  .25


TALES OF THE SEA.

Adventures of Ben Brace,                       .50
Jack Adams, the Mutineer,                      .50
The Spitfire,                                  .50
The Petrel,                                    .50
The Pirate's Son,                              .25
The Doomed Ship,                               .25
The Three Pirates,                             .25
The Flying Dutchman,                           .25
Life of Alexander Tardy,                       .25
The Flying Yankee,                             .25
The Yankee Middy,                              .25
The Gold Seekers,                              .25
The River Pirates,                             .25
Dark Shades of City Life,                      .25
The Rats of the Seine,                         .25
Yankees in Japan,                              .25
Red King,                                      .25
Morgan, the Buccaneer,                         .25
Jack Junk,                                     .25
Davis, the Pirate,                             .25
Valdez, the Pirate,                            .25
Jack Ariel,                                    .25
Gallant Tom,                                   .25
Yankee Jack,                                   .25
Harry Helm,                                    .25
Harry Tempest,                                 .25


REVOLUTION TALES.

Seven Bros. of Wyoming,                        .25
The Brigand,                                   .25
The Rebel Bride,                               .25
Ralph Runnion,                                 .25
The Flying Artillerist,                        .25
Old Put,                                       .25
Wau-nan-gee,                                   .25
The Guerilla Chief,                            .50


MAITLAND'S WORKS.

The Watchman,                                 1.00
The Wanderer,                                 1.00
Diary of an Old Doctor,                       1.00
The Lawyer's Story,                           1.00

Above in cloth, $1.25 each.


EUGENE SUE'S.

Martin, the Foundling,                        1.00
Wandering Jew,                                1.00
Mysteries of Paris,                           1.00
First Love,                                    .25
Woman's Love,                                  .25
Man-of-War's-Man,                              .25
Female Bluebeard,                              .25
Raoul de Surville,                             .25


COOK BOOKS.

Miss Leslie's New Cookery Book,               1.25
Widdifield's New Cook Book,                   1.00
Mrs. Hale's Four Thousand & Five Receipts,    1.00
Miss Leslie's New Receipts for Cooking,       1.00
Mrs. Hale's New Cook Book,                    1.00


ARTHUR'S WORKS.

The Two Brides,                                .25
Love in a Cottage,                             .25
Love in High Life,                             .25
Year after Marriage,                           .25
The Lady at Home,                              .25
Cecilia Howard,                                .25
Orphan Children,                               .25
Debtor's Daughter,                             .25
Mary Moreton,                                  .25
The Divorced Wife,                             .25
Pride and Prudence,                            .25
Agnes, or the Possessed,                       .25
Lucy Sandford,                                 .25
The Banker's Wife,                             .25
The Two Merchants,                             .25
Insubordination,                               .25
Trial and Triumph,                             .25
The Iron Rule,                                 .25
The Old Astrologer,                            .25
The Seamstress,                                .25


USEFUL BOOKS.

Lardner's One Thousand and Ten Things
  Worth Knowing,                               .25
How to get Rich,                               .25
Etiquette for All. Cloth,                      .75
Five Languages without a Master. Cloth,       1.25
Pocket Library of Useful Knowledge,            .50
Lady's Work Table Book,                        .50
Gentlemen's Etiquette,                         .25
Ladies' Etiquette,                             .25
Kitchen Gardener,                              .25
Complete Florist,                              .25
Knowlson's Horse Doctor,                       .25
Knowlson's Cow Doctor,                         .25
Arthur's Receipts for Putting up Fruits
  and Vegetables in Summer to Keep,            .12


EMERSON BENNETT'S.

The Border Rover,                             1.00
Clara Moreland,                                .50
Viola,                                         .50
Bride of Wilderness,                           .50
Ellen Norbury,                                 .50
Forged Will,                                   .50
Kate Clarendon,                                .50
Pioneer's Daughter,                            .50
Heiress of Bellefonte; and Walde-Warren,       .50


BULWER'S NOVELS.

The Roue,                                      .25
Falkland,                                      .25
The Oxonians,                                  .25
Calderon, the Courtier,                        .12


BY BEST AUTHORS.

Currer Lyle,                                  1.00
Modern Chivalry, cloth                        1.25
Columbia, the Beautiful Blonde,               1.00
Life and Beauties of Fanny Fern,              1.00
The Pride of Life,                            1.00
Autobiography of an Orphan Girl,              1.00
The Student,                                  1.00
Adelaide Waldgrave,                            .50
Greatest Plague of Life,                       .50
Uncle Tom's Cabin as it Is,                   1.00
Tom Racquet,                                   .50
Mysteries of Three Cities,                     .50
Red Indians of Newfoundland,                   .50
Roman Traitor,                                1.00
Salathiel, by Croley,                          .50
Aristocracy,                                   .50
Inquisition in Spain,                          .50
Flirtations in America,                        .50
The Coquette,                                  .50
Arrah Neil, by James,                          .50
Life in the South,                             .50
Sketches in Ireland,                           .50
Whitehall,                                     .50
Whitefriars,                                   .50
Wild Sports of West,                           .50
Cabin and Parlor,                              .50
Romish Confessional,                           .50
Father Clement,                                .50
Fortune Hunter,                                .50
Genevra,                                       .50
Miser's Heir,                                  .50
Victims of Amusements,                         .37
Henry Clay's Portrait,                        1.00
Siege of Londonderry,                          .37
The Orphan Sisters,                            .38
Two Lovers,                                    .50


ADVENTURES.

Adventures in Africa,                         1.00
Adventures of Ned Lorn,                       1.00
Don Quixotte,                                 1.00
Wild Oats Sown Abroad,                         .50
Life and Adventures of Paul Periwinkle,        .50


GEORGE SANDS'

First and True Love,                           .50
Indiana,                                       .50
The Corsair,                                   .25


C. J. PETERSON'S.

Mabel; or, Darkness and Dawn,                 1.00
Kate Aylesford,                               1.00
Cruising in Last War,                          .50
Grace Dudley,                                  .25
Valley Farm,                                   .25


SERMONS.

America's Mission,                             .25
Thankfulness and Character,                    .25
Politics in Religion,                          .12


DR. HOLLICK'S.

Anatomy & Physiology,                         1.00
Dr. Hollick's Family Physician,                .25


QUARTER BOOKS.

Mysteries of a Convent,                        .25
Female Life in New York,                       .25
Agnes Grey,                                    .25
Eva St. Clair,                                 .25
Diary of a Physician,                          .25
Emigrant Squire,                               .25
Monk, by Lewis,                                .25
Beautiful French Girl,                         .25
Mysteries of Bedlam,                           .25
Abednego, by Mrs. Gore,                        .25
The Orphan Child,                              .25
Ghost Stories,                                 .25
Madison's Exposition of Odd Fellowship,        .25
Abbey of Innismoyle,                           .25
Gliddon's Ancient Egypt,                       .25
Josephine,                                     .25
Bell Brandon,                                  .25
Philip in Search of a Wife,                    .25
Admiral's Daughter,                            .25
Rody the Rover,                                .25
Jenny Ambrose,                                 .25
Moreton Hall,                                  .25
Agricultural Chemistry,                        .25
Animal Chemistry,                              .25
Liebig's Potato Disease,                       .25
Rose Warrington,                               .25
Lady Altamont,                                 .25
The Deformed, and Charity Sister,              .25
Ryan's Mysteries of Marriage,                  .25
Uncle Tom in England,                          .25


CHRISTY & WHITE'S SONG BOOKS.

Christy and Wood's Complete Songster,          .12
Melodeon Song Book,                            .12
Plantation Melodies,                           .12
Ethiopian Song Book,                           .12
Serenader's Song Book,                         .12
Complete Ethiopian Melodies, by Christy
  and White. Cloth,                            .75


12 CENT BOOKS.

Seven Poor Travelers,                          .12
The Schoolboy,                                 .12
Lizzie Leigh,                                  .12
Christmas Carol,                               .12
The Chimes,                                    .12
Cricket on the Hearth,                         .12
Battle of Life,                                .12
Haunted Man,                                   .12
Sister Rosie,                                  .12
Yellow Mask,                                   .12
Mother & Step Mother,                          .12
A Wife's Story,                                .12
Odd Fellowship Exposed,                        .12
Mormonism Exposed,                             .12
Duties of Woman, by Lucretia Mott,             .12
The Holly-Tree Inn,                            .12
Life of John Maffit,                           .12
Euchre and its Laws,                           .12
Throne of Iniquity,                            .12
Dr. Berg on Jesuits,                           .12
Dr. Berg's Answer to Archbishop Hughes,        .12



T. B. PETERSON

102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia,

HAS JUST PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE

STEREOTYPE EDITIONS OF THE FOLLOWING WORKS,

Which will be found to be the Best and Latest Publications, by the
Most Popular and Celebrated Writers in the World.

Every work published for Sale here, either at Wholesale or Retail.

All Books in this Catalogue will be sent to any one to any place, per
mail, _free of postage_, on receipt of the price.

       *       *       *       *       *

MRS. SOUTHWORTH'S Celebrated WORKS.

With a beautiful Illustration in each volume.

RETRIBUTION. A TALE OF PASSION. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N.
     Southworth. Complete in two volumes, paper cover. Price One
     Dollar; or bound in one volume, cloth, for $1.25.

INDIA. THE PEARL OF PEARL RIVER. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N.
     Southworth. Complete in two large volumes, paper cover.
     Price One Dollar; or bound in one volume, cloth, for $1.25.

THE MISSING BRIDE; OR, MIRIAM THE AVENGER. By Mrs. Emma D.
     E. N. Southworth. Complete in two volumes, paper cover.
     Price One Dollar; or bound in one volume, cloth, for $1.25.

THE LOST HEIRESS. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth. Being a work
     of powerful interest. Complete in two volumes, paper cover.
     Price One Dollar; or bound in one volume, cloth, for $1.25.

THE WIFE'S VICTORY; AND NINE OTHER NOUVELLETTES. By Mrs. Emma
     D. E. N. Southworth. Complete in two volumes, paper cover.
     Price One Dollar; or bound in one volume, cloth, for $1.25.

THE CURSE OF CLIFTON. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth. Complete
     in two volumes, paper cover. Price One Dollar; or bound
     in one volume, cloth, for One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

THE DISCARDED DAUGHTER. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth. Complete
     in two volumes, paper cover. Price One Dollar; or bound in
     one volume, cloth, for One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

THE DESERTED WIFE. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N. Southworth. Complete
     in two volumes, paper cover. Price One Dollar; or bound in
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THE INITIALS. A LOVE STORY OF MODERN LIFE. By a daughter of
     the celebrated Lord Erskine, formerly Lord High Chancellor
     of England. It will be read for generations to come, and
     rank by the side of Sir Walter Scott's celebrated novels.
     Two volumes, paper cover. Price One Dollar; or bound in one
     volume, cloth, for $1.25.

The whole of the above are also published in a very fine style, bound
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make very elegant and beautiful presentation books. Price Two Dollars
a copy.


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DOMBEY AND SON,
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT,
BARNABY RUDGE,
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP,
SKETCHES BY "BOZ,"
OLIVER TWIST,
BLEAK HOUSE,

DICKENS' NEW STORIES. Containing The Seven Poor Travellers.
     Nine New Stories by the Christmas Fire. Hard Times. Lizzie
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CHRISTMAS STORIES. Containing--A Christmas Carol. The
     Chimes. Cricket on the Hearth. Battle of Life. Haunted Man,
     and Pictures from Italy.

A complete sett of the above edition, twelve volumes in all, will be
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Volume 1 contains Pickwick Papers and Curiosity Shop.

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  "    3   do.    Nicholas Nickleby and Martin Chuzzlewit.

  "    4   do.    David Copperfield, Dombey and Son, Christmas Stories,
                      and Pictures from Italy.

  "    5   do.    Bleak House, and Dickens' New Stories.
                      Containing--The Seven Poor Travellers.
                      Nine New Stories by the Christmas Fire.
                      Hard Times. Lizzie Leigh. The Miner's
                      Daughters, and Fortune Wildred, etc.

Price of a complete sett. Bound in Black cloth, full gilt back, $ 7.50

    "        "       "      "      scarlet cloth, extra,          8.50

    "        "       "      "      library sheep,                 9.00

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    "        "       "      "      half calf, antique,           15.00

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complete, and may be had in complete setts, beautifully bound in
cloth, for Eighteen Dollars for the sett in twelve volumes, or any
volume will be sold separately, as follows:

BLEAK HOUSE,  _Price_,   $1.50
PICKWICK PAPERS,          1.50
OLD CURIOSITY SHOP,       1.50
OLIVER TWIST,             1.50
SKETCHES BY "BOZ,"        1.50
BARNABY RUDGE,            1.50
NICHOLAS NICKLEBY,        1.50
MARTIN CHUZZLEWIT,        1.50
DAVID COPPERFIELD,        1.50
DOMBEY AND SON,           1.50
CHRISTMAS STORIES,        1.50
DICKENS' NEW STORIES,     1.50

Price of a complete sett of the Illustrated Edition,
    in twelve vols., in black cloth, gilt back,                 $18.00

Price of a complete sett of the Illustrated Edition,
    in twelve vols., in full law library sheep,                 $24.00

Price of a complete sett of the Illustrated edition,
    in twelve vols., in half turkey Morocco,                    $27.00

Price of a complete sett of the Illustrated Edition,
    in twelve vols., in half calf, antique,                     $36.00

_All subsequent works by Charles Dickens will be issued in uniform
style with all the previous ten different editions._


CAPTAIN MARRYATT'S WORKS.

Either of which can be had separately. Price of all except the four
last is 25 cents each. They are printed on the finest white paper, and
each forms one large octavo volume, complete in itself.

PETER SIMPLE.
JACOB FAITHFUL.
THE PHANTOM SHIP.
MIDSHIPMAN EASY.
KING'S OWN.
NEWTON FORSTER.
JAPHET IN SEARCH OF A FATHER.
PACHA OF MANY TALES.
NAVAL OFFICER.
PIRATE AND THREE CUTTERS.
SNARLEYYOW; or, the Dog-Fiend.
POOR JACK. Price 50 cents.
PERCIVAL KEENE. Price 50 cts.
SEA KING. 200 pages. Price 50 cents.
VALERIE. His last Novel. Price 50 cents.


ELLEN PICKERING'S NOVELS.

Either of which can be had separately. Price 25 cents each. They are
printed on the finest white paper, and each forms one large octavo
volume, complete in itself, neatly bound in a strong paper cover.

THE ORPHAN NIECE.
KATE WALSINGHAM.
THE POOR COUSIN.
ELLEN WAREHAM.
THE QUIET HUSBAND.
WHO SHALL BE HEIR?
AGNES SERLE.
THE HEIRESS.
PRINCE AND PEDLER.
MERCHANT'S DAUGHTER.
THE FRIGHT.
NAN DARRELL.
THE SQUIRE.
THE EXPECTANT.
THE GRUMBLER. 50 cts.


MRS. CAROLINE LEE HENTZ'S WORKS.

COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE; OR, THE JOYS AND SORROWS OF AMERICAN LIFE.
     With a Portrait of the Author. Complete in two large
     volumes, paper cover, price One Dollar, or bound in one
     volume, cloth gilt, for One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

THE PLANTER'S NORTHERN BRIDE. With illustrations. Complete
     in two large volumes, paper cover, 600 pages, price One
     Dollar, or bound in one volume, cloth gilt, One Dollar and
     Twenty-five cents.

LINDA; OR, THE YOUNG PILOT OF THE BELLE CREOLE. Complete in
     two volumes, paper cover, price One Dollar, or bound in one
     volume, cloth gilt, for One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

ROBERT GRAHAM. The Sequel to, and continuation of Linda.
     Being the last book but one that Mrs. Hentz wrote prior
     to her death. Complete in two large volumes, paper cover,
     price One Dollar, or bound in one volume, cloth gilt, for
     One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

RENA; OR, THE SNOW BIRD. A Tale of Real Life. Complete in
     two volumes, paper cover, price One Dollar, or bound in one
     volume, cloth gilt, for One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

MARCUS WARLAND; OR, THE LONG MOSS SPRING. A Tale of the
     South. Complete in two volumes, paper cover, price One
     Dollar, or bound in one volume, cloth gilt, One Dollar and
     Twenty-five cents.

LOVE AFTER MARRIAGE; and other Stories. Complete in two
     volumes, paper cover, price One Dollar, or bound in one
     volume, cloth gilt, for One Dollar and Twenty-five cents.

EOLINE; OR, MAGNOLIA VALE. Complete in two volumes, paper cover,
     price One Dollar, or bound in one volume, cloth gilt, $1.25.

THE BANISHED SON; and other Stories. Complete in two volumes,
     paper cover, price One Dollar, or bound in one volume, cloth
     gilt, $1.25.

HELEN AND ARTHUR. Complete in two volumes, paper cover, price
     One Dollar, or bound in one volume, cloth gilt, $1.25.

The whole of the above are also published in a very fine style,
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full Crimson, with beautifully gilt edges, full gilt sides, gilt
backs, etc., etc., making them the best and most acceptable books for
presentation at the price, published in the country. Price of either
one in this style, Two Dollars.


T. S. ARTHUR'S WORKS.

Either of which can be had separately. Price 25 cents each. They are
the most moral, popular and entertaining in the world. There are no
better books to place in the hands of the young. All will profit by
them.

YEAR AFTER MARRIAGE.
THE DIVORCED WIFE.
THE BANKER'S WIFE.
PRIDE AND PRUDENCE.
CECILIA HOWARD.
MARY MORETON.
LOVE IN A COTTAGE.
LOVE IN HIGH LIFE.
THE TWO MERCHANTS.
LADY AT HOME.
TRIAL AND TRIUMPH.
THE ORPHAN CHILDREN.
THE DEBTOR'S DAUGHTER.
INSUBORDINATION.
LUCY SANDFORD.
AGNES, or the Possessed.
THE TWO BRIDES.
THE IRON RULE.
THE OLD ASTROLOGER.
THE SEAMSTRESS.


CHARLES LEVER'S NOVELS.

CHARLES O'MALLEY, the Irish Dragoon. By Charles Lever.
     Complete in one large octavo volume of 324 pages. Price
     Fifty cents; or an edition on finer paper, bound in cloth,
     illustrated. Price One Dollar.

THE KNIGHT OF GWYNNE. A tale of the time of the Union. By
     Charles Lever. Complete in one fine octavo volume. Price
     Fifty cents; or an edition on finer paper, bound in cloth,
     illustrated. Price One Dollar.

JACK HINTON, the Guardsman. By Charles Lever. Complete in
     one large octavo volume of 400 pages. Price Fifty cents;
     or an edition on finer paper, bound in cloth, illustrated.
     Price One Dollar.

TOM BURKE OF OURS. By Charles Lever. Complete in one large
     octavo volume of 300 pages. Price Fifty cents; or an
     edition on finer paper, bound in cloth, illustrated. Price
     One Dollar.

ARTHUR O'LEARY. By Charles Lever. Complete in one large
     octavo volume. Price Fifty cents; or an edition on finer
     paper, bound in cloth, illustrated. Price One Dollar.

KATE O'DONOGHUE. A Tale of Ireland. By Charles Lever.
     Complete in one large octavo volume. Price Fifty cents; or
     an edition on finer paper, bound in cloth, illustrated.
     Price One Dollar.

HORACE TEMPLETON. By Charles Lever. This is Lever's New
     Book. Complete in one large octavo volume. Price Fifty
     cents; or an edition on finer paper, bound in cloth,
     illustrated. Price One Dollar.

HARRY LORREQUER. By Charles Lever, author of the above
     seven works. Complete in one octavo volume of 402 pages.
     Price Fifty cents; or an edition on finer paper, bound in
     cloth, illustrated. Price One Dollar.

VALENTINE VOX.--LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF VALENTINE VOX, the
     Ventriloquist. By Henry Cockton. One of the most humorous
     books ever published. Price Fifty cents; or an edition on
     finer paper, bound in cloth. Price One Dollar.

PERCY EFFINGHAM. By Henry Cockton, author of "Valentine
     Vox, the Ventriloquist." One large octavo volume. Price 50
     cents.

TEN THOUSAND A YEAR. By Samuel C. Warren. With Portraits of
     Snap, Quirk, Gammon, and Tittlebat Titmouse, Esq. Two large
     octavo vols., of 547 pages. Price One Dollar; or an edition
     on finer paper, bound in cloth, $1.50.


CHARLES J. PETERSON'S WORKS.

KATE AYLESFORD. A story of the Refugees. One of the most
     popular books ever printed. Complete in two large volumes,
     paper cover, Price One Dollar; or bound in one volume,
     cloth, gilt. Price $1.25.

CRUISING IN THE LAST WAR. A Naval Story of the War of 1812.
     First and Second Series. Being the complete work, unabridged.
     By Charles J. Peterson. 228 octavo pages. Price 50 cents.

GRACE DUDLEY; OR, ARNOLD AT SARATOGA. By Charles J.
     Peterson. Illustrated. Price 25 cents.

THE VALLEY FARM; OR, the AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ORPHAN. A
     companion to Jane Eyre. Price 25 cents.


EUGENE SUE'S NOVELS.

THE MYSTERIES OF PARIS; AND GEROLSTEIN, the Sequel to it.
     By Eugene Sue, author of the "Wandering Jew," and the
     greatest work ever written. With illustrations. Complete in
     two large volumes, octavo. Price One Dollar.

THE ILLUSTRATED WANDERING JEW. By Eugene Sue. With 87 large
     illustrations. Two large octavo volumes. Price One Dollar.

THE FEMALE BLUEBEARD; or, the Woman with many Husbands. By
     Eugene Sue. Price Twenty-five cents.

FIRST LOVE. A Story of the Heart. By Eugene Sue. Price
     Twenty-five cents.

WOMAN'S LOVE. A Novel. By Eugene Sue. Illustrated. Price
     Twenty-five cents.

MAN-OF-WAR'S-MAN. A Tale of the Sea. By Eugene Sue. Price
     Twenty-five cents.

RAOUL DE SURVILLE; or, the Times of Napoleon Bonaparte in
     1810. Price Twenty-five cents.


SIR E. L. BULWER'S NOVELS.

FALKLAND. A Novel. By Sir E. L. Bulwer, author of "The Roue,"
     "Oxonians," etc. One volume, octavo. Price 25 cents.

THE ROUE; OR THE HAZARDS OF WOMEN. Price 25 cents.

THE OXONIANS. A Sequel to the Roue. Price 25 cents.

CALDERON THE COURTIER. By Bulwer. Price 12-1/2 cents.


MRS. GREY'S NOVELS.

Either of which can be had separately. Price 25 cents each. They are
printed on the finest white paper, and each forms one large octavo
volume, complete in itself, neatly bound in a strong paper cover.

DUKE AND THE COUSIN.
GIPSY'S DAUGHTER.
BELLE OF THE FAMILY.
SYBIL LENNARD.
THE LITTLE WIFE.
MANOEUVRING MOTHER.
LENA CAMERON; or, the Four Sisters.
THE BARONET'S DAUGHTERS.
THE YOUNG PRIMA DONNA.
THE OLD DOWER HOUSE.
HYACINTHE.
ALICE SEYMOUR.
HARRY MONK.
MARY SEAHAM. 250 pages. Price 50 cents.
PASSION AND PRINCIPLE. 200 pages. Price 50 cents.


GEORGE W. M. REYNOLD'S WORKS.

THE NECROMANCER. A Romance of the times of Henry the
     Eighth. By G. W. M. Reynolds. One large volume. Price 75
     cents.

THE PARRICIDE; OR, THE YOUTH'S CAREER IN CRIME. By G. W. M.
     Reynolds. Full of beautiful illustrations. Price 50 cents.

LIFE IN PARIS; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF ALFRED DE ROSANN IN
     THE METROPOLIS OF FRANCE. By G. W. M. Reynolds. Full of
     Engravings. Price 50 cents.


AINSWORTH'S WORKS.

JACK SHEPPARD.--PICTORIAL LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JACK
     SHEPPARD, the most noted burglar, robber, and jail breaker,
     that ever lived. Embellished with Thirty-nine, full page,
     spirited Illustrations, designed and engraved in the finest
     style of art, by George Cruikshank, Esq., of London. Price
     Fifty cents.

ILLUSTRATED TOWER OF LONDON. With 100 splendid engravings.
     This is beyond all doubt one of the most interesting works
     ever published in the known world, and can be read and
     re-read with pleasure and satisfaction by everybody. We
     advise all persons to get it and read it. Two volumes,
     octavo. Price One Dollar.

PICTORIAL LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF GUY FAWKES, The Chief of
     the Gunpowder Treason, The Bloody Tower, etc. Illustrated.
     By William Harrison Ainsworth. 200 pages. Price Fifty cents.

THE STAR CHAMBER. An Historical Romance. By W. Harrison
     Ainsworth. With 17 large full page illustrations. Price 50
     cents.

THE PICTORIAL OLD ST. PAUL'S. By William Harrison
     Ainsworth. Full of Illustrations. Price Fifty cents.

MYSTERIES OF THE COURT OF QUEEN ANNE. By William Harrison
     Ainsworth. Price Fifty cents.

MYSTERIES OF THE COURT OF THE STUARTS. By Ainsworth. Being
     one of the most interesting Historical Romances ever
     written. One large volume. Price Fifty cents.

DICK TURPIN.--ILLUSTRATED LIFE OF DICK TURPIN, the
     Highwayman, Burglar, Murderer, etc. Price Twenty-five cents.

HENRY THOMAS.--LIFE OF HARRY THOMAS, the Western Burglar
     and Murderer. Full of Engravings. Price Twenty-five cents.

DESPERADOES.--ILLUSTRATED LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF THE DESPERADOES
     OF THE NEW WORLD. Full of engravings. Price Twenty-five cents.

NINON DE L'ENCLOS.--LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF NINON DE
     L'ENCLOS, with her Letters on Love, Courtship and Marriage.
     Illustrated. Price Twenty-five cents.

THE PICTORIAL NEWGATE CALENDAR; or the Chronicles of Crime.
     Beautifully illustrated with Fifteen Engravings. Price
     Fifty cents.

PICTORIAL LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF DAVY CROCKETT. Written by
     himself. Beautifully illustrated. Price Fifty cents.

LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF ARTHUR SPRING, the murderer of Mrs. Ellen
     Lynch and Mrs. Honora Shaw, with a complete history of his
     life and misdeeds, from the time of his birth until he was
     hung. Illustrated with portraits. Price Twenty-five cents.

JACK ADAMS.--PICTORIAL LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JACK ADAMS;
     the celebrated Sailor and Mutineer. By Captain Chamier,
     author of "The Spitfire." Full of illustrations. Price
     Fifty cents.

GRACE O'MALLEY.--PICTORIAL LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF GRACE O'MALLEY.
     By William H. Maxwell, author of "Wild Sports in the West."
     Price Fifty cents.

THE PIRATE'S SON. A Sea Novel of great interest. Full of
     beautiful illustrations. Price Twenty-five cents.


ALEXANDRE DUMAS' WORKS.

THE IRON MASK, OR THE FEATS AND ADVENTURES OF RAOULE DE
     BRAGELONNE. Being the conclusion of "The Three Guardsmen,"
     "Twenty Years After," and "Bragelonne." By Alexandre Dumas.
     Complete in two large volumes, of 420 octavo pages, with
     beautifully Illustrated Covers, Portraits, and Engravings.
     Price One Dollar.

LOUISE LA VALLIERE; OR THE SECOND SERIES AND FINAL END
     OF THE IRON MASK. By Alexandre Dumas. This work is the
     final end of "The Three Guardsmen," "Twenty Years After,"
     "Bragelonne," and "The Iron Mask," and is of far more
     interesting and absorbing interest, than any of its
     predecessors. Complete in two large octavo volumes of
     over 400 pages, printed on the best of paper, beautifully
     illustrated. It also contains correct Portraits of "Louise
     La Valliere," and "The Hero of the Iron Mask." Price One
     Dollar.

THE MEMOIRS OF A PHYSICIAN; OR THE SECRET HISTORY OF LOUIS
     THE FIFTEENTH. By Alexandre Dumas. It is beautifully
     embellished with thirty engravings, which illustrate the
     principal scenes and characters of the different heroines
     throughout the work. Complete in two large octavo volumes.
     Price One Dollar.

THE QUEEN'S NECKLACE: OR THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE
     COURT OF LOUIS THE SIXTEENTH. A Sequel to the Memoirs
     of a Physician. By Alexandre Dumas. It is beautifully
     illustrated with portraits of the heroines of the work.
     Complete in two large octavo volumes of over 400 pages.
     Price One Dollar.

SIX YEARS LATER; OR THE TAKING OF THE BASTILLE. By
     Alexandre Dumas. Being the continuation of "The Queen's
     Necklace; or the Secret History of the Court of Louis the
     Sixteenth," and "Memoirs of a Physician." Complete in one
     large octavo volume. Price Seventy-five cents.

COUNTESS DE CHARNY; OR THE FALL OF THE FRENCH MONARCHY.
     By Alexandre Dumas. This work is the final conclusion of
     the "Memoirs of a Physician," "The Queen's Necklace," and
     "Six Years Later, or Taking of the Bastile." All persons
     who have not read Dumas in this, his greatest and most
     instructive production, should begin at once, and no
     pleasure will be found so agreeable, and nothing in novel
     form so useful and absorbing. Complete in two volumes,
     beautifully illustrated. Price One Dollar.

DIANA OF MERIDOR; THE LADY OF MONSOREAU; or France in
     the Sixteenth Century. By Alexandre Dumas. An Historical
     Romance. Complete in two large octavo volumes of 538 pages,
     with numerous illustrative engravings. Price One Dollar.

ISABEL OF BAVARIA; or the Chronicles of France for the
     reign of Charles the Sixth. Complete in one fine octavo
     volume of 211 pages, printed on the finest white paper.
     Price Fifty cents.

EDMOND DANTES. Being the sequel to Dumas' celebrated novel
     of the Count of Monte Cristo. With elegant illustrations.
     Complete in one large octavo volume of over 200 pages.
     Price Fifty cents.

THE CORSICAN BROTHERS. This work has already been
     dramatized, and is now played in all the theatres of Europe
     and in this country, and it is exciting an extraordinary
     interest. Price Twenty-five cents.

SKETCHES IN FRANCE. By Alexandre Dumas. It is as good
     a book as Thackeray's Sketches in Ireland. Dumas never
     wrote a better book. It is the most delightful book of the
     season. Price Fifty cents.

GENEVIEVE, OR THE CHEVALIER OF THE MAISON ROUGE. By Alexandre
     Dumas. An Historical Romance of the French Revolution.
     Complete in one large octavo volume of over 200 pages,
     with numerous illustrative engravings. Price Fifty cents.


GEORGE LIPPARD'S WORKS.

WASHINGTON AND HIS GENERALS; or, Legends of the American
     Revolution. Complete in two large octavo volumes of 538
     pages, printed on the finest white paper. Price One Dollar.

THE QUAKER CITY; or, the Monks of Monk Hall. A Romance of
     Philadelphia Life, Mystery and Crime. Illustrated with
     numerous Engravings. Complete in two large octavo volumes
     of 500 pages. Price One Dollar.

THE LADYE OF ALBARONE; or, the Poison Goblet. A Romance
     of the Dark Ages. Lippard's Last Work, and never before
     published. Complete in one large octavo volume. Price
     Seventy-five cents.

PAUL ARDENHEIM; the Monk of Wissahickon. A Romance of the
     Revolution. Illustrated with numerous engravings. Complete
     in two large octavo volumes, of nearly 600 pages. Price One
     Dollar.

BLANCHE OF BRANDYWINE; or, September the Eleventh, 1777. A
     Romance of the Poetry, Legends, and History of the Battle
     of Brandywine. It makes a large octavo volume of 350 pages,
     printed on the finest white paper. Price Seventy-five cents.

LEGENDS OF MEXICO; or, Battles of General Zachary Taylor,
     late President of the United States. Complete in one octavo
     volume of 128 pages. Price Twenty-five cents.

THE NAZARENE; or, the Last of the Washingtons. A Revelation
     of Philadelphia, New York, and Washington, in the year
     1844. Complete in one volume. Price Fifty cents.


B. D'ISRAELI'S NOVELS.

VIVIAN GREY. By B. D'Israeli, M. P. Complete in one large
     octavo volume of 225 pages. Price Fifty cents.

THE YOUNG DUKE; or the younger days of George the
     Fourth. By B. D'Israeli, M. P. One octavo volume. Price
     Thirty-eight cents.

VENETIA; or, Lord Byron and his Daughter. By B. D'Israeli, M. P.
     Complete in one large octavo volume. Price Fifty cents.

HENRIETTA TEMPLE. A Love Story. By B. D'Israeli, M. P.
     Complete in one large octavo volume. Price Fifty cents.

CONTARINA FLEMING. An Autobiography. By B. D'Israeli, M. P.
     One volume, octavo. Price Thirty-eight cents.

MIRIAM ALROY. A Romance of the Twelfth Century. By B. D'Israeli,
     M. P. One volume octavo. Price Thirty-eight cents.


EMERSON BENNETT'S WORKS.

CLARA MORELAND. This is a powerfully written romance.
     The characters are boldly drawn, the plot striking, the
     incidents replete with thrilling interest, and the language
     and descriptions natural and graphic, as are all of Mr.
     Bennett's Works. 336 pages. Price 50 cents in paper cover,
     or One Dollar in cloth, gilt.

VIOLA; OR, ADVENTURES IN THE FAR SOUTH-WEST. Complete in
     one large volume. Price 50 cents in paper cover, or 75
     cents in cloth, gilt.

THE FORGED WILL. Complete in one large volume, of over 300
     pages, paper cover, price 50 cents; or bound in cloth,
     gilt, price $1.00.

KATE CLARENDON; OR, NECROMANCY IN THE WILDERNESS. Price 50
     cents in paper cover, or 75 cents in cloth, gilt.

BRIDE OF THE WILDERNESS. Complete in one large volume.
     Price 50 cents in paper cover, or 75 cents in cloth, gilt.

THE PIONEER'S DAUGHTER; and THE UNKNOWN COUNTESS. By Emerson
     Bennett. Price 50 cents.

HEIRESS OF BELLEFONTE; and WALDE-WARREN. A Tale of Circumstantial
     Evidence. By Emerson Bennett. Price 50 cents.

ELLEN NORBURY; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF AN ORPHAN. Complete
     in one large volume, price 50 cents in paper cover, or in
     cloth gilt, $1.00.


MISS LESLIE'S NEW COOK BOOK.

MISS LESLIE'S NEW RECEIPTS FOR COOKING. Comprising new and
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     receipts for making cakes and confectionery are unequalled
     by any other work extant. New edition, enlarged and
     improved, and handsomely bound. Price One Dollar a copy
     only. This is the only new Cook Book by Miss Leslie.


GEORGE SANDS' WORKS.

FIRST AND TRUE LOVE. A True Love Story. By George Sand, author of
     "Consuelo," "Indiana," etc. It is one of the most charming and
     interesting works ever published. Illustrated. Price 50 cents.

INDIANA. By George Sand, author of "First and True Love,"
     etc. A very bewitching and interesting work. Price 50 cents.

THE CORSAIR. A Venetian Tale. Price 25 cents.



HUMOROUS AMERICAN WORKS.

WITH ORIGINAL ILLUSTRATIONS BY DARLEY AND OTHERS,

AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUMINATED COVERS.


We have just published new and beautiful editions of the following
HUMOROUS AMERICAN WORKS. They are published in the best possible
style, full of original Illustrations, by Darley, descriptive of all
the best scenes in each work, with Illuminated Covers, with new and
beautiful designs on each, and are printed on the finest and best of
white paper. There are no works to compare with them in point of wit
and humor, in the whole world. The price of each work is Fifty cents
only.


THE FOLLOWING ARE THE NAMES OF THE WORKS.

MAJOR JONES' COURTSHIP: detailed, with other Scenes, Incidents,
     and Adventures, in a Series of Letters, by himself. With
     Thirteen Illustrations from designs by Darley. Price Fifty
     cents.

DRAMA IN POKERVILLE: the Bench and Bar of Jurytown, and other
     Stories. By "Everpoint," (J. M. Field, of the St. Louis
     Reveille.) With Illustrations from designs by Darley.
     Fifty cents.

CHARCOAL SKETCHES; or, Scenes in the Metropolis. By Joseph
     C. Neal, author of "Peter Ploddy," "Misfortunes of Peter
     Faber," etc. With Illustrations. Price Fifty cents.

YANKEE AMONGST THE MERMAIDS, and other Waggeries and Vagaries.
     By W. E. Burton, Comedian. With Illustrations by Darley.
     Price Fifty cents.

MISFORTUNES OF PETER FABER, and other Sketches. By the author
     of "Charcoal Sketches." With Illustrations by Darley and
     others. Price Fifty cents.

MAJOR JONES' SKETCHES OF TRAVEL, comprising the Scenes,
     Incidents, and Adventures in his Tour from Georgia to
     Canada. With Eight Illustrations from Designs by Darley.
     Price Fifty cents.

STREAKS OF SQUATTER LIFE, and Far West Scenes. A Series
     of humorous Sketches, descriptive of Incidents and
     Character in the Wild West. By the author of "Major
     Jones' Courtship," "Swallowing Oysters Alive," etc. With
     Illustrations from designs by Darley, Price Fifty cents.

QUARTER RACE IN KENTUCKY, AND OTHER STORIES. By W. T.
     Porter, Esq., of the New York Spirit of the Times. With
     Eight Illustrations and designs by Darley. Complete in one
     volume. Price Fifty cents.

SIMON SUGGS.--ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN SIMON SUGGS, late of the
     Tallapoosa Volunteers, together with "Taking the Census,"
     and other Alabama Sketches. By a Country Editor. With a
     Portrait from Life, and Nine other Illustrations by Darley.
     Price Fifty cents.

RIVAL BELLES. By J. B. Jones, author of "Wild Western
     Scenes," etc. This is a very humorous and entertaining
     work, and one that will be recommended by all after reading
     it. Price Fifty cents.

YANKEE YARNS AND YANKEE LETTERS. By Sam Slick, alias Judge
     Haliburton. Full of the drollest humor that has ever
     emanated from the pen of any author. Every page will set
     you in a roar. Price Fifty cents.

LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF COL. VANDERBOMB, AND THE EXPLOITS OF
     HIS PRIVATE SECRETARY. By J. B. Jones, author of "The Rival
     Belles," "Wild Western Scenes," etc. Price Fifty cents.

BIG BEAR OF ARKANSAS, and other Sketches, illustrative of
     Characters and Incidents in the South and South-West.
     Edited by Wm. T. Porter. With Illustrations by Darley.
     Price Fifty cents.

MAJOR JONES' CHRONICLES OF PINEVILLE; embracing Sketches of
     Georgia Scenes, Incidents, and Characters. By the author
     of "Major Jones' Courtship," etc. With Illustrations by
     Darley. Price Fifty cents.

LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF PERCIVAL MABERRY. By J. H. Ingraham.
     It will interest and please everybody. All who enjoy a good
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THE FORGED WILL.

BY EMERSON BENNETT,

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[ph] Read the Notices of the Press below. [ph]

CLARA MORELAND.

BY EMERSON BENNETT.

Price Fifty Cents in Paper Cover; or, One Dollar in Cloth, Gilt.

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     "This is decidedly the best novel Mr. Bennett has written.
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VIOLA;

OR,

ADVENTURES IN THE FAR SOUTH-WEST

BY EMERSON BENNETT,

     AUTHOR OF "CLARA MORELAND," "FORGED WILL," "KATE
     CLARENDON," "BRIDE OF THE WILDERNESS," "WALDE-WARREN,"
     "PIONEER'S DAUGHTER," ETC., ETC.

READ THE FOLLOWING OPINIONS OF THE PRESS:


     "We have perused this work with some attention, and do not
     hesitate to pronounce it one of the very best productions
     of the talented author. The scenes are laid in Texas, and
     the adjoining frontier. There is not a page that does not
     glow with thrilling and interesting incident, and will well
     repay the reader for the time occupied in perusing it. The
     characters are most admirably drawn, and are perfectly
     natural throughout. We have derived so much gratification
     from the perusal of this charming novel, that we are
     anxious to make our readers share it with us; and, at the
     same time, to recommend it to be read by all persons who
     are fond of romantic adventures. Mr. Bennett is a spirited
     and vigorous writer, and his works deserve to be generally
     read; not only because they are well written, but that
     they are, in most part, taken from events connected with
     the history of our own country, from which much valuable
     information is derived, and should, therefore, have a
     double claim upon our preference, over those works where
     the incidents are gleaned from the romantic legends of
     old castles, and foreign climes. The book is printed on
     fine paper, and is in every way got up in a style highly
     creditable to the enterprising publisher."

     "It is a spirited tale of frontier life, of which 'Clara
     Moreland' is the sequel and conclusion. Mr. Bennett
     seems to delight in that field of action and adventure,
     where Cooper won his laurels; and which is perhaps the
     most captivating to the general mind of all the walks
     of fiction. There has been, so far, we think, a steady
     improvement in his style and stories; and his popularity,
     as a necessary consequence, has been and is increasing.
     One great secret of the popularity of these out-door
     novels, as we may call them, is that there is a freshness
     and simplicity of the open air and natural world about
     them--free from the closeness, intensity and artificiality
     of the gas-lighted world revealed in works that treat of
     the vices and dissipations of large cities."--_Philadelphia
     Saturday Evening Post._

     "This is one of the best productions of Mr. Bennett.
     The scenes are in and near Texas. Every page glows with
     thrilling interest, and the characters are well drawn and
     sustained. An interesting love plot runs through the book,
     which gives a faithful representation of life in the far
     South-West. Mr. Peterson has issued VIOLA in his usual neat
     style, and it is destined to have a great run."--_Clinton
     Tribune._

     "We have received the above work and found time to give
     it an examination. The scenes are laid mostly in Texas,
     and pictured with all the vividness for which the author
     is so celebrated. Those who are particularly fond of wild
     and romantic adventures may safely calculate upon finding
     'Viola' suited to their taste. It is well written and
     handsomely printed."--_Daily Journal, Chicago, Ill._

     "It is a very interesting book. The scenes of this most
     exciting and interesting Romance are found in Texas before
     and during the late Mexican war. It is written with much
     spirit and pathos, and abounds in stirring incidents and
     adventures, and has an interesting and romantic love-plot
     interwoven with it; and is a faithful representation of
     'Life in the Far South-West.' The author of 'VIOLA,'
     will rank among the most popular of American Novelists,
     and aided by the great energy and enterprise of his
     publisher, T. B. Peterson, is fast becoming a general
     favorite."--_Gazette, Rhinebeck, N. Y._

     "This thrilling and interesting novel--equal to anything
     the celebrated author ever wrote--has been issued in a
     fifty cent volume; and we would advise every one who
     wants to get the value of his money, to get the book.
     Bennett's works are the most interesting of any now
     published."--_Western Emporium, Germantown, Ohio._

THIS BEAUTIFUL AND CELEBRATED WORK is published complete in one large
volume of near 300 pages, paper cover, price FIFTY CENTS; or the work
is handsomely bound in one volume, cloth, gilt, price SEVENTY-FIVE
CENTS.

Copies of either edition of the above work will be sent to any person
at all, to any part of the United States, free of postage, on their
remitting the price of the edition they wish, to the publisher, in a
letter, post-paid. Published and for Sale by

          T. B. PETERSON,
     No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.



GREAT INDUCEMENTS FOR 1857.

NOW IS THE TIME TO MAKE UP CLUBS.

PETERSON'S MAGAZINE

THE BEST AND CHEAPEST IN THE WORLD FOR LADIES.


This popular Magazine, already the cheapest and best Monthly of its
kind in the World, _will be greatly improved for 1857_. It will
contain 900 pages of double-column reading matter; from twenty to
thirty Steel Plates; and _Five Hundred_ Wood Engravings: which is
proportionately more than any periodical, of any price, ever yet gave.


ITS THRILLING ORIGINAL STORIES

Are pronounced by the newspaper press, _the best published anywhere_.
The editors are Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, author of "The Old Homestead,"
"Fashion and Famine," and Charles J. Peterson, author of "Mabel,"
"Kate Aylesford," "The Valley Farm," etc. They are assisted by a corps
of original contributors, such as no lady's Magazine ever had. Mrs.
E. D. E. N. Southworth, author of "The Lost Heiress," "Retribution,"
etc., etc., is engaged to write a nouvelletté for 1857. Alice Cary,
Virginia F. Townsend. Caroline E. Fairfield, Hetty Holyoke, E. W.
Dewees, Ella Rodman, Carry Stanley, Clara Moreton, Ellen Ashton, etc.,
etc., will also contribute regularly. New talent is continually being
added, _regardless of expense_, so as to keep "Peterson's Magazine"
unapproachable in merit. Morality and virtue are always inculcated.


Its Colored Fashion Plates in Advance.

[ph] It is the only Magazine whose Fashion Plates can be relied on. [ph]

Each number contains a Fashion Plate, engraved on Steel, colored _à la
mode_, and of unrivalled beauty. The Paris, London, Philadelphia, and
New York Fashions are described, at length, each month. Every number
also contains a dozen or more New Styles, engraved on Wood. Also, a
Pattern, from which a Dress, Mantilla, or Child's Costume, can be cut
without the aid of a mantua-maker, so that each number, in this way,
will _save a year's subscription_.


Its superb MEZZOTINTS, and other STEEL ENGRAVINGS.

Its Illustrations excel those of any other Magazine, each number
containing a superb Steel Engraving, either mezzotint or line, besides
the Fashion Plate; and, in addition, numerous other Engravings, Wood
Cuts, Patterns, etc., etc. The Engravings, at the end of the year,
_alone_ are worth the subscription price.


PATTERNS FOR CROTCHET, NEEDLEWORK, ETC.

In the greatest profusion, are given in every number, with
instructions how to work them also, Patterns in Embroidery, Inserting,
Broiderie Anglaise, Netting, Lace-making, etc., etc. Also, Patterns
for Sleeves, Collars, and Chemisettes; Patterns in Bead-work,
Hair-work, Shell-work; Handkerchief Corners; Names for Marking and
Initials. A piece of new and fashionable Music is also published every
month. On the whole, it is the _most complete Ladies' Magazine in the
World_. TRY IT FOR ONE YEAR.


TERMS:--ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.

One copy for One Year,           $2.00
Three copies for One Year,        5.00
Five copies for One Year,         7.50
Eight copies for One Year,       10.00
Twelve copies for One year,      15.00
Sixteen copies for One Year,     20.00


PREMIUMS FOR GETTING UP CLUBS.

Three, Five, Eight, or more Copies, make a Club. To every person
getting up a Club at the above prices, and remitting the money, we
will give _gratis_, "The Garland of Art," containing 50 Steel Plates;
or "Mrs. Widdifield's Cook Book," the _only_ real cook book ever yet
published; or a volume of "Peterson" for 1856. For a Club of Twelve,
an extra copy of the Magazine for 1857 will be given, if preferred.
For a Club of Sixteen, an extra copy and "The Garland" _in addition_.

_Address, post-paid_,

         CHARLES J. PETERSON,
     No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[ph] Specimens sent, gratuitously, if written for, post-paid.

[ph] All Postmasters constituted Agents; but any person is authorized
to get up a Club.

[ph] In remitting, when the sum is large, a draft should be procured,
the cost of which may be deducted from the amount.



T. B. PETERSON'S

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

Cheap Book, Magazine, Newspaper, Publishing and Bookselling
Establishment, is at

No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.


T. B. PETERSON has the satisfaction to announce to the public, that
he has removed to the new and spacious BROWN STONE BUILDING, NO. 102
CHESTNUT STREET, just completed by the city authorities on the Girard
Estate, known as the most central and best situation in the city of
Philadelphia. As it is the Model Book Store of the Country, we will
describe it: It is the largest, most spacious, and best arranged
Retail and Wholesale Cheap Book and Publishing Establishment in the
United States. It is built, by the Girard Estate, of Connecticut
sand-stone, in a richly ornamental style. The whole front of the
lower story, except that taken up by the doorway, is occupied by two
large plate glass windows, a single plate to each window, costing
together over three thousand dollars. On entering and looking up, you
find above you a ceiling sixteen feet high; while, on gazing before,
you perceive a vista of One Hundred and Fifty-Seven feet. The retail
counters extend back for eighty feet, and, being double, afford
counter-room of One Hundred and Sixty feet in length. There is also
_over Three Thousand feet of shelving in the retail part of the store
alone_. This part is devoted to the retail business, and as it is the
most spacious in the country, furnishes also the best and largest
assortment of all kinds of books to be found in the country. It is
fitted up in the most superb style; the shelvings are all painted in
Florence white, with gilded cornices for the book shelves.

Behind the retail part of the store, at about ninety feet from the
entrance, is the counting-room, twenty feet square, railed neatly off,
and surmounted by a most beautiful dome of stained glass. In the rear
of this is the wholesale and packing department, extending a further
distance of about sixty feet, with desks and packing counters for the
establishment, etc., etc. All goods are received and shipped from the
back of the store, having a fine avenue on the side of Girard Bank for
the purpose, leading out to Third Street, so as not to interfere with
and block up the front of the store of Chestnut Street. The cellar, of
the entire depth of the store, is filled with printed copies of Mr.
Peterson's own publications, printed from his own stereotype plates,
of which he generally keeps on hand an edition of a thousand each,
making a stock, of his own publications alone, of over three hundred
thousand volumes, constantly on hand.

T. B. PETERSON is warranted in saying, that he is able to offer
such inducements to the Trade, and all others, to favor him with
their orders, as cannot be excelled by any book establishment in the
country. In proof of this, T. B. PETERSON begs leave to refer to his
great facilities of getting stock of all kinds, his dealing direct
with all the Publishing Houses in the country, and also to his own
long list of Publications, consisting of the best and most popular
productions of the most talented authors of the United States and
Great Britain, and to his very extensive stock, embracing every work,
new or old, published in the United States.

T. B. PETERSON will be most happy to supply all orders for any books
at all, no matter by whom published, in advance of all others, and
at publishers' lowest cash prices. He respectfully invites Country
Merchants, Booksellers, Pedlars, Canvassers, Agents, the Trade,
Strangers in the city, and the public generally, to call and examine
his extensive collection of cheap and standard publications of all
kinds, comprising a most magnificent collection of CHEAP BOOKS,
MAGAZINES, NOVELS, STANDARD and POPULAR WORKS of all kinds, BIBLES,
PRAYER BOOKS, ANNUALS, GIFT BOOKS, ILLUSTRATED WORKS, ALBUMS and
JUVENILE WORKS of all kinds, GAMES of all kinds, to suit all ages,
tastes, etc., which he is selling to his customers and the public at
much lower prices than they can be purchased elsewhere. Being located
at No. 102 CHESTNUT Street, the great thoroughfare of the city, and
BUYING his stock outright in large quantities, and not selling on
commission, he can and will sell them on such terms as will defy all
competition. Call and examine our stock, you will find it to be the
best, largest and cheapest in the city; and you will also be sure to
find all the _best, latest, popular, and cheapest works_ published in
this country or elsewhere, for sale at the lowest prices.

[ph] Call in person and examine our stock, or send your orders _by mail
direct_, to the CHEAP BOOKSELLING and PUBLISHING ESTABLISHMENT of

T. B. PETERSON,
No. 102 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

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Transcriber's Notes

Minor punctuation errors and typos have been silently corrected.
Decimal points have been added to prices for consistency.
"Sett" and "setts" have been retained throughout catalog.
[ph] Represents a pointing hand symbol.





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