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Title: Chatto & Windus's List of Books, May 1883
Author: Chatto & Windus (Firm), Publishers, Foster
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                                                           [_May, 1883._

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                           CHATTO & WINDUS’S

                            _LIST OF BOOKS_.


  =About.=—=The Fellah=: An Egyptian Novel. By EDMOND ABOUT. Translated
    by Sir RANDAL ROBERTS. Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; cloth
    limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Adams (W. Davenport), Works by=:

      =A Dictionary of the Drama.= Being a comprehensive Guide to the
        Plays, Playwrights, Players, and Playhouses of the United
        Kingdom and America, from the Earliest to the Present Times.
        Crown 8vo, half-bound, =12s. 6d.=

                                                      [_In preparation._

      =Latter-Day Lyrics.= Edited by W. DAVENPORT ADAMS. Post 8vo, cloth
        limp, =2s. 6d.=

      =Quips and Quiddities.= Selected by W. DAVENPORT ADAMS. Post 8vo,
        cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Advertising, A History of=, from the Earliest Times. Illustrated by
    Anecdotes, Curious Specimens, and Notices of Successful Advertisers.
    By HENRY SAMPSON. Crown 8vo, with Coloured Frontispiece and
    Illustrations, cloth gilt, =7s. 6d.=

  =Agony Column (The) of “The Times,”= from 1800 to 1870. Edited, with
    an Introduction, by ALICE CLAY. Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Aide (Hamilton), Works by=:

      =Carr of Carrlyon.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

      =Confidences.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

  =Alexander (Mrs.).=—=Maid, Wife, or Widow?= A Romance. By Mrs.
    ALEXANDER. Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; cr. 8vo, cloth
    extra, =3s. 6d.=

  =Allen (Grant), Works by=:

      =Colin Clout’s Calendar.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =The Evolutionist at Large.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Vignettes from Nature.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

  =Architectural Styles, A Handbook of.= Translated from the German of
    A. ROSENGARTEN, by W. COLLETT-SANDARS. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, with
    639 Illustrations, =7s. 6d.=

  =Art (The) of Amusing=: A Collection of Graceful Arts, Games, Tricks,
    Puzzles, and Charades. By FRANK BELLEW. With 300 Illustrations. Cr.
    8vo, cloth extra, =4s. 6d.=

  =Artemus Ward=:

      =Artemus Ward’s Works=: The Works of CHARLES FARRER BROWNE, better
        known as ARTEMUS WARD. With Portrait and Facsimile. Crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

      =Artemus Ward’s Lecture on the Mormons.= With 32 Illustrations.
        Edited, with Preface, by EDWARD P. HINGSTON. Crown 8vo, =6d.=

      =The Genial Showman=: Life and Adventures of Artemus Ward. By
        EDWARD P. HINGSTON. With a Frontispiece. Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
        =3s. 6d.=

  =Ashton (John), Works by=:

      =A History of the Chap-Books of the Eighteenth Century.= With
        nearly 400 Illustrations, engraved in facsimile of the

      =Social Life in the Reign of Queen Anne.= Taken from Original
        Sources. With nearly One Hundred Illustrations. New and cheaper
        Edition, crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

      =Humour, Wit, and Satire of the Seventeenth Century.= With nearly
        100 Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.= One Hundred
        large-paper copies (only seventy-five of them for sale) will be
        carefully printed on hand-made paper, crown 4to, parchment
        boards, price =42s.= Early application must be made for these.

                                                      [_In preparation._

  =Ballad History (The) of England.= By W. C. BENNETT. Post 8vo, cloth
    limp, =2s.=

  =Balzac’s “Comedie Humaine” and its Author.= With Translations by H.
    H. WALKER. Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Bankers, A Handbook of London=; together with Lists of Bankers from
    1677. By F. G. HILTON PRICE. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

  =Bardsley (Rev. C.W.), Works by=:

      =English Surnames=: Their Sources and Significations. Crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

      =Curiosities of Puritan Nomenclature.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
        =7s. 6d.=

  =Bartholomew Fair, Memoirs of.= By HENRY MORLEY. A New Edition, with
    One Hundred Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

  =Beauchamp.=—=Grantley Grange=: A Novel. By SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP. Post
    8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

  =Beautiful Pictures by British Artists=: A Gathering of Favourites
    from our Picture Galleries. In Two Series. All engraved on Steel in
    the highest style of Art. Edited, with Notices of the Artists, by
    SYDNEY ARMYTAGE, M.A. Imperial 4to, cloth extra, gilt and gilt
    edges, =21s.= per Vol.

  =Bechstein.=—=As Pretty as Seven=, and other German Stories. Collected
    by LUDWIG BECHSTEIN. With Additional Tales by the Brothers GRIMM,
    and 100 Illusts. by RICHTER. Small 4to, green and gold, =6s. 6d.=;
    gilt edges, =7s. 6d.=

  =Beerbohm.=—=Wanderings in Patagonia=; or, Life among the Ostrich
    Hunters. By JULIUS BEERBOHM. With Illusts. Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
    =3s. 6d.=

  =Belgravia for 1883.= One Shilling Monthly, Illustrated.—“=Maid of
    Athens=,” JUSTIN MCCARTHY’S New Serial Story, Illustrated by FRED.
    BARNARD, was begun in the JANUARY Number of BELGRAVIA, which Number
    contained also the First Portion of a Story in Three Parts, by
    OUIDA, entitled “=Frescoes=;” the continuation of WILKIE COLLINS’S
    Novel, “=Heart and Science=;” a further instalment of Mrs.
    ALEXANDER’S Novel, “=The Admiral’s Ward=;” and other Matters of
    Interest.

*** _Now ready, the Volume for_ NOV. 1882 _to_ FEBRUARY 1883 (_which
includes the_ BELGRAVIA ANNUAL), _cloth extra, gilt edges_, =7s. 6d.=;
_Cases for binding Volumes_, =2s.= _each_.

  =Belgravia Holiday Number=, written by the well-known Authors who have
    been so long associated with the Magazine, will be published as
    usual in July.

  =Besant (Walter) and James Rice, Novels by.= Each in post 8vo,
    illustrated boards, =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=; or crown 8vo,
    cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

    =Ready-Money Mortiboy.=
    =With Harp and Crown.=
    =This Son of Vulcan.=
    =My Little Girl.=
    =The Case of Mr. Lucraft.=
    =The Golden Butterfly.=
    =By Celia’s Arbour.=
    =The Monks of Thelema.=
    =’Twas in Trafalgar’s Bay.=
    =The Seamy Side.=
    =The Ten Years’ Tenant.=
    =The Chaplain of the Fleet.=

  =Besant (Walter), Novels by=:

      =All Sorts and Conditions of Men=: An Impossible Story. With
        Illustrations by FRED. BARNARD. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s.
        6d.=

      =The Captains’ Room, &c.= Three Vols., crown 8vo, =31s. 6d.=

  =Birthday Book.=—=The Starry Heavens=: A Poetical Birthday Book.
    Square 8vo, handsomely bound in cloth, =3s. 6d.=

                                                      [_In preparation._

  =Birthday Flowers=: Their Language and Legends. By W. J. GORDON.
    Beautifully Illustrated in Colours by VIOLA BOUGHTON. In illuminated
    cover, crown 4to, =6s.=

                                                             [_Shortly._

  =Blackburn’s (Henry) Art Handbooks.= Demy 8vo, Illustrated, uniform in
    size for binding.

      =Academy Notes=, separate years, from =1875= to =1882=, each =1s.=

      =Academy Notes, 1883.= With Illustrations. =1s.=

      =Academy Notes, 1875-79.= Complete in One Volume, with nearly 600
        Illustrations in Facsimile. Demy 8vo, cloth limp, =6s.=

      =Grosvenor Notes, 1877.= =6d.=

      =Grosvenor Notes=, separate years, from =1878= to =1882=, each
        =1s.=

      =Grosvenor Notes, 1883.= With Illustrations. =1s.=

      =Grosvenor Notes, 1877-82.= With upwards of 300 Illustrations.
        Demy 8vo, cloth limp, =6s.=

      =Pictures at South Kensington.= With 70 Illustrations. =1s.=

      =The English Pictures at the National Gallery.= 114 Illustrations.
        =1s.=

      =The Old Masters at the National Gallery.= 128 Illustrations. =1s.
        6d.=

      =A Complete Illustrated Catalogue to the National Gallery.= With
        Notes by H. BLACKBURN, and 242 Illusts. Demy 8vo, cloth limp,
        =3s.=

                  *       *       *       *       *

      =The Paris Salon, 1883.= With 400 full-page Illustrations. Edited
        by F. G. DUMAS. (English Edition.) Demy 8vo, =3s.=

      =At the Paris Salon.= Sixteen large Plates, printed in facsimile
        of the Artists’ Drawings, in two tints. Edited by F. G. DUMAS.
        Large folio, =1s.=

                                                         [_Immediately._

      =The Art Annual.= Edited by F. G. DUMAS. With 250 full-page
        Illusts. Demy 8vo, =3s. 6d.=

  =Blake (William)=: Etchings from his Works. By W. B. SCOTT. With
    descriptive Text. Folio, half-bound boards, India Proofs, =21s.=

  =Boccaccio’s Decameron=; or, Ten Days’ Entertainment. Translated into
    English, with an Introduction by THOMAS WRIGHT, F.S.A. With
    Portrait, and STOTHARD’S beautiful Copperplates. Cr. 8vo, cloth
    extra, gilt, =7s. 6d.=

  =Bowers’ (G.) Hunting Sketches=:

      =Canters in Crampshire.= Oblong 4to, half-bound boards, =21s.=

      =Leaves from a Hunting Journal.= Coloured in facsimile of the
        originals. Oblong 4to, half-bound, =21s.=

  =Boyle (Frederick), Works by=:

      =Camp Notes=: Stories of Sport and Adventure in Asia, Africa, and
        America. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=; post 8vo,
        illustrated bds., =2s.=

      =Savage Life.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=; post 8vo,
        illustrated bds., =2s.=

  =Brand’s Observations on Popular Antiquities=, chiefly Illustrating
    the Origin of our Vulgar Customs, Ceremonies, and Superstitions.
    With the Additions of Sir HENRY ELLIS. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt,
    with numerous Illustrations, =7s. 6d.=

  =Bret Harte, Works by=:

      =Bret Harte’s Collected Works.= Arranged and Revised by the
        Author. Complete in Five Vols., crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=
        each.

          Vol. I. COMPLETE POETICAL AND DRAMATIC WORKS. With Steel Plate
            Portrait, and an Introduction by the Author.

          Vol. II. EARLIER PAPERS—LUCK OF ROARING CAMP, and other
            Sketches—BOHEMIAN PAPERS—SPANISH AND AMERICAN LEGENDS.

          Vol. III. TALES OF THE ARGONAUTS—EASTERN SKETCHES.

          Vol. IV. GABRIEL CONROY.

          Vol. V. STORIES—CONDENSED NOVELS, &c.

      =The Select Works of Bret Harte=, in Prose and Poetry. With
        Introductory Essay by J. M. BELLEW, Portrait of the Author, and
        50 Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

      =Gabriel Conroy=: A Novel. Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

      =An Heiress of Red Dog=, and other Stories. Post 8vo, illustrated
        boards, =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

      =The Twins of Table Mountain.= Fcap. 8vo, picture cover, =1s.=;
        crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =The Luck of Roaring Camp=, and other Sketches. Post 8vo,
        illustrated boards, =2s.=

      =Jeff Briggs’s Love Story.= Fcap. 8vo, picture cover, =1s.=; cloth
        extra, =2s. 6d.=

      =Flip.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Brewer (Rev. Dr.), Works by=:

      =The Reader’s Handbook of Allusions, References, Plots, and
        Stories.= Third Edition, revised throughout, with a New
        Appendix, containing a COMPLETE ENGLISH BIBLIOGRAPHY. Crown 8vo,
        1,400 pages, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

      =A Dictionary of Miracles=: Imitative, Realistic, and Dogmatic.
        Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

                                                      [_In preparation._

  =Buchanan’s (Robert) Works=:

      =Ballads of Life, Love, and Humour.= With a Frontispiece by ARTHUR
        HUGHES. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Selected Poems of Robert Buchanan.= With Frontispiece by T.
        DALZIEL. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Undertones.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =London Poems.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =The Book of Orm.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =White Rose and Red=: A Love Story. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Idylls and Legends of Inverburn.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =St. Abe and his Seven Wives=: A Tale of Salt Lake City. With a
        Frontispiece by A. B. HOUGHTON. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =5s.=

      =The Hebrid Isles=: Wanderings in the Land of Lorne and the Outer
        Hebrides. With Frontispiece by W. SMALL. Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
        =6s.=

      =Selections from the Prose Writings of Robert Buchanan.= Crown
        8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

                                                             [_Shortly._

      =Robert Buchanan’s Complete Poetical Works.= Crown 8vo, cloth
        extra, =7s. 6d.=

                                                      [_In preparation._

      =The Shadow of the Sword=: A Romance. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s.
        6d.=; post 8vo, illust. boards, =2s.=

      =A Child of Nature=: A Romance. With a Frontispiece. Crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=; post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

      =God and the Man=: A Romance. With Illustrations by FRED. BARNARD.
        Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =The Martyrdom of Madeline=: A Romance. With a Frontispiece by A.
        W. COOPER. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =Love Me for Ever.= With a Frontispiece by P. MACNAB. Crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =Annan Water=: A Romance. Three Vols., cr. 8vo, =31s. 6d.=

                                                         [_Immediately._

  =Brewster (Sir David), Works by=:

      =More Worlds than One=: The Creed of the Philosopher and the Hope
        of the Christian. With Plates. Post 8vo, cloth extra, =4s. 6d.=

      =The Martyrs of Science=: Lives of GALILEO, TYCHO BRAHE, and
        KEPLER. With Portraits. Post 8vo, cloth extra, =4s. 6d.=

      =Letters on Natural Magic.= A New Edition, with numerous
        Illustrations, and Chapters on the Being and Faculties of Man,
        and Additional Phenomena of Natural Magic, by J. A. SMITH. Post
        8vo, cloth extra, =4s. 6d.=

  =Brillat-Savarin.=—=Gastronomy as a Fine Art.= By BRILLAT-SAVARIN.
    Translated by R. E. ANDERSON, M.A. Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Burnett (Mrs.), Novels by=:

      =Surly Tim=, and other Stories. Post 8vo, illustrated boards,
        =2s.=

      =Kathleen Mavourneen.= Fcap. 8vo, picture cover, =1s.=

      =Lindsay’s Luck.= Fcap. 8vo, picture cover, =1s.=

      =Pretty Polly Pemberton.= Fcap. 8vo, picture cover, =1s.=

  =Burton (Robert)=:

      =The Anatomy of Melancholy.= A New Edition, complete, corrected
        and enriched by Translations of the Classical Extracts. Demy
        8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

      =Melancholy Anatomised=: Being an Abridgment, for popular use, of
        BURTON’S ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY. Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Burton (Captain), Works by=:

      =To the Gold Coast for Gold=: A Personal Narrative. By RICHARD F.
        BURTON and VERNEY LOVETT CAMERON. With Maps and Frontispiece.
        Two Vols., crown 8vo, cloth extra, =21s.=

      =The Book of the Sword=: Being a History of the Sword and its Use
        in all Countries, from the Earliest Times. By RICHARD F. BURTON.
        With over 400 Illustrations. Square 8vo, cloth extra, =25s.=

                                                      [_In preparation._

  =Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.= Edited by Rev. T. SCOTT. With 17
    beautiful Steel Plates by STOTHARD, engraved by GOODALL; and
    numerous Woodcuts. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, =7s. 6d.=

  =Byron (Lord)=:

      =Byron’s Letters and Journals.= With Notices of his Life. By
        THOMAS MOORE. A Reprint of the Original Edition, newly revised,
        with Twelve full-page Plates. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, gilt, =7s.
        6d.=

      =Byron’s Don Juan.= Complete in One Vol., post 8vo, cloth limp,
        =2s.=

  =Cameron (Commander)= and =Captain Burton=.—=To the Gold Coast for
    Gold=: A Personal Narrative. By RICHARD F. BURTON and VERNEY LOVETT
    CAMERON. With Frontispiece and Maps. Two Vols., crown 8vo, cloth
    extra, =21s.=

  =Cameron (Mrs. H. Lovett), Novels by=:

      =Juliet’s Guardian.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; crown
        8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =Deceivers Ever.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

  =Campbell.=—=White and Black=: Travels in the United States. By Sir
    GEORGE CAMPBELL, M.P. Demy 8vo, cloth extra, =14s.=

  =Carlyle (Thomas)=:

      =Thomas Carlyle: Letters and Recollections.= By MONCURE D. CONWAY,
        M.A. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, with Illustrations, =6s.=

      =On the Choice of Books.= By THOMAS CARLYLE. With a Life of the
        Author by R. H. SHEPHERD. New and Revised Edition, post 8vo,
        cloth extra, Illustrated, =1s. 6d.=

      =The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson=,
        1834 to 1872. Edited by CHARLES ELIOT NORTON. With Portraits.
        Two Vols., crown 8vo, cloth extra, =24s.=

  =Century (A) of Dishonour=: A Sketch of the United States Government’s
    Dealings with some of the Indian Tribes. Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
    =7s. 6d.=

  =Chapman’s (George) Works=: Vol. I. contains the Plays complete,
    including the doubtful ones. Vol. II., the Poems and Minor
    Translations, with an Introductory Essay by ALGERNON CHARLES
    SWINBURNE. Vol. III., the Translations of the Iliad and Odyssey.
    Three Vols., crown 8vo, cloth extra, =18s.=; or separately, =6s.=
    each.

  =Chatto & Jackson.=—=A Treatise on Wood Engraving=, Historical and
    Practical. By WM. ANDREW CHATTO and JOHN JACKSON. With an Additional
    Chapter by HENRY G. BOHN; and 450 fine Illustrations. A Reprint of
    the last Revised Edition, Large 4to, half-bound, =28s.=

  =Chaucer=:

      =Chaucer for Children=: A Golden Key. By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS. With
        Eight Coloured Pictures and numerous Woodcuts by the Author. New
        Ed., small 4to, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Chaucer for Schools.= By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS. Demy 8vo, cloth limp,
        =2s. 6d.=

  =Cobban.=—=The Cure of Souls=: A Story. By J. MACLAREN COBBAN. Post
    8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

  =Collins (C. Allston).=—=The Bar Sinister=: A Story. By C. ALLSTON
    COLLINS. Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

  =Collins (Mortimer & Frances), Novels by=:

      =Sweet and Twenty.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

      =Frances.= Post 8vo, illust. bds., =2s.=

      =Blacksmith and Scholar.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=;
        crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =The Village Comedy.= Post 8vo, illust. boards, =2s.=; cr. 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =You Play Me False.= Post 8vo, illust. boards, =2s.=; cr. 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

  =Collins (Mortimer), Novels by=:

      =Sweet Anne Page.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =Transmigration.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=; crown 8vo,
        cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =From Midnight to Midnight.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=;
        crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

      =A Fight with Fortune.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

  =Colman’s Humorous Works=: “Broad Grins,” “My Nightgown and Slippers,”
    and other Humorous Works, Prose and Poetical, of GEORGE COLMAN. With
    Life by G. B. BUCKSTONE, and Frontispiece by HOGARTH. Crown 8vo,
    cloth extra, gilt, =7s. 6d.=

  =Collins (Wilkie), Novels by.= Each post 8vo, illustrated boards,
    =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=; or crown 8vo, cloth extra,
    Illustrated, =3s. 6d.=

      =Antonina.= Illust. by A. CONCANEN.

      =Basil.= Illustrated by Sir JOHN GILBERT and J. MAHONEY.

      =Hide and Seek.= Illustrated by Sir JOHN GILBERT and J. MAHONEY.

      =The Dead Secret.= Illustrated by Sir JOHN GILBERT and A.
        CONCANEN.

      =Queen of Hearts.= Illustrated by Sir JOHN GILBERT and A.
        CONCANEN.

      =My Miscellanies.= With Illustrations by A. CONCANEN, and a
        Steel-plate Portrait of WILKIE COLLINS.

      =The Woman in White.= With Illustrations by Sir JOHN GILBERT and
        F. A. FRASER.

      =The Moonstone.= With Illustrations by G. DU MAURIER and F. A.
        FRASER.

      =Man and Wife.= Illust. by W. SMALL.

      =Poor Miss Finch.= Illustrated by G. DU MAURIER and EDWARD HUGHES.

      =Miss or Mrs.?= With Illustrations by S. L. FILDES and HENRY
        WOODS.

      =The New Magdalen.= Illustrated by G. DU MAURIER and C. S. RANDS.

      =The Frozen Deep.= Illustrated by G. DU MAURIER and J. MAHONEY.

      =The Law and the Lady.= Illustrated by S. L. FILDES and SYDNEY
        HALL.

      =The Two Destinies.=

      =The Haunted Hotel.= Illustrated by ARTHUR HOPKINS.

      =The Fallen Leaves.=

      =Jezebel’s Daughter.=

      =The Black Robe.=

                  *       *       *       *       *

      =Heart and Science=: A Story of the Present Time. Three Vols.,
        crown 8vo, =31s. 6d.=

  =Convalescent Cookery=: A Family Handbook. By CATHERINE RYAN. Post
    8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Conway (Moncure D.), Works by=:

      =Demonology and Devil-Lore.= Two Vols., royal 8vo, with 65
        Illusts., =28s.=

      =A Necklace of Stories.= Illustrated by W. J. HENNESSY. Square
        8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =The Wandering Jew.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Thomas Carlyle: Letters and Recollections.= With Illustrations.
        Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

  =Cook (Dutton), Works by=:

      =Hours with the Players.= With a Steel Plate Frontispiece. New and
        Cheaper Edit., cr. 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

      =Nights at the Play=: A View of the English Stage. Two Vols.,
        crown 8vo, cloth extra, =21s.=

      =Leo=: A Novel. Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

      =Paul Foster’s Daughter.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=;
        crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

                                                             [_Shortly._

  =Copyright.=—=A Handbook of English and Foreign Copyright in Literary
    and Dramatic Works.= By SIDNEY JERROLD, of the Middle Temple, Esq.,
    Barrister-at-Law. Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

  =Cornwall.=—=Popular Romances of the West of England=; or, The Drolls,
    Traditions, and Superstitions of Old Cornwall. Collected and Edited
    by ROBERT HUNT, F.R.S. New and Revised Edition, with Additions, and
    Two Steel-plate Illustrations by GEORGE CRUIKSHANK. Crown 8vo, cloth
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 =“My Love!”=

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 =Linley Rochford.=
 =Miss Misanthrope.=
 =Donna Quixote.=

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=A Match in the Dark.=

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=The Mysteries of Heron Dyke.=

                         _BY R. A. STERN DALE._

=The Afghan Knife.=

                          _BY BERTHA THOMAS._

 =Cressida.=
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 =The Violin-Player.=

                         _BY WALTER THORNBURY._

=Tales for the Marines.=

                       _BY T. ADOLPHUS TROLLOPE._

=Diamond Cut Diamond.=

                         _BY ANTHONY TROLLOPE._

 =The Way We Live Now.=
 =The American Senator.=

                            _BY MARK TWAIN._

 =Tom Sawyer.=
 =An Idle Excursion.=
 =A Pleasure Trip on the Continent of Europe.=

                           _BY SARAH TYTLER._

=What She Came Through.=

                            _BY LADY WOOD._

=Sabina.=

                           _BY EDMUND YATES._

 =Castaway.=
 =The Forlorn Hope.=
 =Land at Last.=

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 =Paul Ferroll.=
 =Why Paul Ferroll Killed his Wife.=

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 =Jeff Briggs’s Love Story.= By BRET HARTE.
 =The Twins of Table Mountain.= By BRET HARTE.
 =Mrs. Gainsborough’s Diamonds.= By JULIAN HAWTHORNE.
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 =Lindsay’s Luck.= By the Author of “That Lass o’ Lowrie’s.”
 =Pretty Polly Pemberton.= By the Author of “That Lass o’ Lowrie’s.”
 =Trooping with Crows.= By Mrs. PIRKIS.
 =The Professor’s Wife.= By LEONARD GRAHAM.
 =A Double Bond.= By LINDA VILLARI.
 =Esther’s Glove.= By R. E. FRANCILLON.
 =The Garden that Paid the Rent.= By TOM JERROLD.

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