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Title: A list of books published by Chatto and Windus, October 1892
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                                                        [_October, 1892._

                             [Illustration]

                             A List of Books
                              PUBLISHED BY
                            CHATTO & WINDUS,
                       214, Piccadilly, London, W.

_Sold by all Booksellers, or sent post-free for the published price by
the Publishers._

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=ABOUT.=--=THE FELLAH=: An Egyptian Novel. By EDMOND ABOUT. Translated by
Sir RANDAL ROBERTS. Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=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. Crown 8vo half-bound, =12s. 6d.=            [_Preparing._

    =QUIPS AND QUIDDITIES.= Selected by W. D. ADAMS. Post 8vo, cloth
    limp, =2s. 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.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.= each.

    =CARR OF CARRLYON.=

    =CONFIDENCES.=

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=ALBERT.=--=BROOKE FINCHLEY’S DAUGHTER.= By MARY ALBERT. Post 8vo,
picture boards, =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

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=ALDEN.=--=A LOST SOUL.= By W. L. ALDEN. Fcap. 8vo, cl. bds., =1s. 6d.=

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=ALEXANDER (MRS.), NOVELS BY.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.= each.

    =MAID, WIFE, OR WIDOW?=

    =VALERIE’S FATE.=

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=ALLEN (F. M.).=--=GREEN AS GRASS.= By F. M. ALLEN, Author of “Through
Green Glasses.” With a Frontispiece by JOSEPH SMYTH. Crown 8vo, cloth
extra, =3s. 6d.=

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=ALLEN (GRANT), WORKS BY.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.= each.

    =THE EVOLUTIONIST AT LARGE.=

    =COLIN CLOUT’S CALENDAR.=

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each; post 8vo, illustrated boards,
=2s.= each.

    =PHILISTIA.=

    =BABYLON.=

    =STRANGE STORIES.=

    =BECKONING HAND.=

    =FOR MAIMIE’S SAKE.=

    =IN ALL SHADES.=

    =THE DEVIL’S DIE.=

    =THIS MORTAL COIL.=

    =THE TENTS OF SHEM.=

    =THE GREAT TABOO.=

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each.

    =DUMARESQ’S DAUGHTER.=

    =THE DUCHESS OF POWYSLAND.=

    =BLOOD ROYAL.=

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=AMERICAN LITERATURE, A LIBRARY OF=, from the Earliest Settlement to the
Present Time. Compiled and Edited by EDMUND CLARENCE STEDMAN and ELLEN
MACKAY HUTCHINSON. Eleven Vols., royal 8vo, cloth extra, =£6 12s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=ARCHITECTURAL STYLES, A HANDBOOK OF.= By A. ROSENGARTEN. Translated by
W. COLLETT-SANDARS. With 639 Illusts. Cr. 8vo, cl. ex., =7s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=ART (THE) OF AMUSING=: A Collection of Graceful Arts, GAMES, Tricks,
Puzzles, and Charades. By FRANK BELLEW. 300 Illusts. Cr. 8vo. cl. ex.,
=4s. 6d.=

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=ARNOLD (EDWIN LESTER), WORKS BY.=

    =THE WONDERFUL ADVENTURES OF PHRA THE PHŒNICIAN.= With
    Introduction by Sir EDWIN ARNOLD, and 12 Illusts. by H. M. PAGET.
    Cr. 8vo, cl., =3s. 6d.=

    =THE CONSTABLE OF ST. NICHOLAS.= Crown 8vo, cloth, =3s. 6d.=
                                                               [_Shortly._

    =BIRD LIFE IN ENGLAND.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=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.=--Also a POPULAR EDITION, post 8vo, picture boards, =2s.=

    =THE GENIAL SHOWMAN=: Life and Adventures of ARTEMUS WARD. By
    EDWARD P. HINGSTON. With a Frontispiece. Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
    =3s. 6d.=

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=ASHTON (JOHN), WORKS BY.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.= each.

    =HISTORY OF THE CHAP-BOOKS OF THE 18th CENTURY.= With 334 Illusts.

    =SOCIAL LIFE IN THE REIGN OF QUEEN ANNE.= With 85 Illustrations.

    =HUMOUR, WIT, AND SATIRE OF SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.= With 82 Illusts.

    =ENGLISH CARICATURE AND SATIRE ON NAPOLEON THE FIRST.= 115
    Illusts.

    =MODERN STREET BALLADS.= With 57 Illustrations.

       *       *       *       *       *

=BACTERIA.=--=A SYNOPSIS OF THE BACTERIA AND YEAST FUNGI AND ALLIED
SPECIES.= By W. B. GROVE, B.A. With 87 Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth
extra, =3s. 6d.=

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=BARDSLEY (REV. C. W.), WORKS BY.=

    =ENGLISH SURNAMES=: Their Sources and Significations. Cr. 8vo,
    cloth, =7s. 6d.=

    =CURIOSITIES OF PURITAN NOMENCLATURE.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra,
    =6s.=

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=BARING GOULD= (=S.=, Author of “John Herring,” &c.), =NOVELS BY=.

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each; post 8vo, illustrated boards,
=2s.= each.

    =RED SPIDER.=

    =EVE.=

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=BARRETT= (=FRANK=, Author of “Lady Biddy Fane,”) =NOVELS BY=.

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

    =FETTERED FOR LIFE.=

    =THE SIN OF OLGA ZASSOULICH.=

    =BETWEEN LIFE AND DEATH.=

    =FOLLY MORRISON.=

    =HONEST DAVIE.=

    =LIEUT. BARNABAS.=

    =A PRODIGAL’S PROGRESS.=

    =JOHN FORD=; and =HIS HELPMATE=.

    =A RECOILING VENGEANCE.=

    =FOUND GUILTY.=

    =FOR LOVE AND HONOUR.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BEACONSFIELD, LORD=: A Biography. By T. P. O’CONNOR, M.P. Sixth Edition,
with an Introduction. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =5s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BEAUCHAMP.=--=GRANTLEY GRANGE=: A Novel. By SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP. Post
8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

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=BEAUTIFUL PICTURES BY BRITISH ARTISTS=: A Gathering of Favourites from
our Picture Galleries, beautifully engraved on Steel. With Notices of the
Artists by SYDNEY ARMYTAGE, M.A. Imperial 4to, cloth extra, gilt edges,
=21s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BECHSTEIN.=--=AS PRETTY AS SEVEN=, and other German Stories. Collected
by LUDWIG BECHSTEIN. With Additional Tales by the Brothers GRIMM, and 98
Illustrations by RICHTER. Square 8vo, cloth extra, =6s. 6d.=; gilt edges,
=7s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BEERBOHM.=--=WANDERINGS IN PATAGONIA=; or, Life among the Ostrich
Hunters. By JULIUS BEERBOHM. With Illusts. Cr. 8vo, cl. extra, =3s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BENNETT (W. C., LL.D.), WORKS BY.= Post 8vo, cloth limp. =2s.= each.

    =A BALLAD HISTORY OF ENGLAND.=

    =SONGS FOR SAILORS.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BESANT (WALTER), NOVELS BY.=

Cr. 8vo, cl. ex., =3s. 6d.= each; post 8vo, illust. bds., =2s.= each; cl.
limp, =2s. 6d.= each.

    =ALL SORTS AND CONDITIONS OF MEN.= With Illustrations by FRED.
    BARNARD.

    =THE CAPTAINS’ ROOM=, &c. With Frontispiece by E. J. WHEELER.

    =ALL IN A GARDEN FAIR.= With 6 Illustrations by HARRY FURNISS.

    =DOROTHY FORSTER.= With Frontispiece by CHARLES GREEN.

    =UNCLE JACK=, and other Stories.

    =CHILDREN OF GIBEON.=

    =THE WORLD WENT VERY WELL THEN.= With 12 Illustrations by A.
    FORESTIER.

    =HERR PAULUS=: His Rise, his Greatness, and his Fall.

    =FOR FAITH AND FREEDOM.= With Illustrations by A. FORESTIER and
    F. WADDY.

    =TO CALL HER MINE=, &c. With 9 Illustrations by A. FORESTIER.

    =THE BELL OF ST. PAUL’S.=

    =THE HOLY ROSE=, &c. With Frontispiece by F. BARNARD.

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each.

    =ARMOREL OF LYONESSE=: A Romance of To-day. With 12 Illusts. by
    F. BARNARD.

    =ST. KATHERINE’S BY THE TOWER.= With 12 page Illustrations by C.
    GREEN.

    =VERBENA CAMELLIA STEPHANOTIS=, &c. Frontispiece by GORDON BROWNE.

    =FIFTY YEARS AGO.= With 144 Plates and Woodcuts. Cheaper Edition,
    Revised, with a New Preface, &c. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =5s.=

    =THE EULOGY OF RICHARD JEFFERIES.= With Portrait. Cr. 8vo, cl.
    extra, =6s.=

    =THE ART OF FICTION.= Demy 8vo, =1s.=

    =LONDON.= With 124 Illustrations. Demy 8vo, cloth extra, =18s.=

    =THE IVORY GATE=: A Novel. Three Vols., crown 8vo.

       *       *       *       *       *

=BESANT (WALTER) AND JAMES RICE, NOVELS BY.=

Cr. 8vo, cl. ex., =3s. 6d.= each; post 8vo, illust. bds., =2s.= each; cl.
limp, =2s. 6d.= each.

    =READY-MONEY MORTIBOY.=

    =MY LITTLE GIRL.=

    =WITH HARP AND CROWN.=

    =THIS SON OF VULCAN.=

    =THE GOLDEN BUTTERFLY.=

    =THE MONKS OF THELEMA.=

    =BY CELIA’S ARBOUR.=

    =THE CHAPLAIN OF THE FLEET.=

    =THE SEAMY SIDE.=

    =THE CASE OF MR. LUCRAFT=, &c.

    =’TWAS IN TRAFALGAR’S BAY=, &c.

    =THE TEN YEARS’ TENANT=, &c.

⁂ There is also a LIBRARY EDITION of the above Twelve Volumes, handsomely
set in new type, on a large crown 8vo page, and bound in cloth extra.
=6s.= each.

       *       *       *       *       *

=BEWICK (THOMAS) AND HIS PUPILS.= By AUSTIN DOBSON. With 95
Illustrations. Square 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BIERCE.=--=IN THE MIDST OF LIFE=: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians. By
AMBROSE BIERCE. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BLACKBURN’S (HENRY) ART HANDBOOKS.=

    =ACADEMY NOTES=, separate years, from =1875-1887=, =1889-1891=,
    each =1s.=

    =ACADEMY NOTES, 1892.= With Illustrations. =1s.=

    =ACADEMY NOTES, 1875-79.= Complete in One Vol., with 600 Illusts.
    Cloth limp, =6s.=

    =ACADEMY NOTES, 1880-84.= Complete in One Vol. with 700 Illusts.
    Cloth limp. =6s.=

    =GROSVENOR NOTES, 1877.= =6d.=

    =GROSVENOR NOTES=, separate years, from =1878= to =1890=, each
    =1s.=

    =GROSVENOR NOTES=, Vol. I., =1877-82=. With 300 Illusts. Demy
    8vo, cloth limp, =6s.=

    =GROSVENOR NOTES=, Vol. II., =1883-87=. With 300 Illusts. Demy
    8vo, cloth limp, =6s.=

    =THE NEW GALLERY, 1888-1891.= With numerous Illustrations, each
    =1s.=

    =THE NEW GALLERY, 1892.= With Illustrations. =1s.=

    =THE NEW GALLERY=, Vol. I., =1888-1892=. With 250 Illusts. Demy
    8vo, cloth, =6s.=

    =ENGLISH PICTURES AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY.= 114 Illustrations.
    =1s.=

    =OLD MASTERS AT THE NATIONAL GALLERY.= 128 Illustrations. =1s.
    6d.=

    =ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE TO THE NATIONAL GALLERY.= 242 Illusts.
    cl., =3s.=

    =THE PARIS SALON, 1892.= With Facsimile Sketches. =3s.=

    =THE PARIS SOCIETY OF FINE ARTS, 1892.= With Sketches. =3s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BLAKE (WILLIAM)=: India-proof Etchings from his Works by WILLIAM BELL
SCOTT. With descriptive Text. Folio, half-bound boards, =21s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BLIND (MATHILDE)=, Poems by. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =5s.= each.

    =THE ASCENT OF MAN.=

    =DRAMAS IN MINIATURE.= With a Frontispiece by FORD MADOX BROWN.

       *       *       *       *       *

=BOURNE (H. R. FOX), WORKS BY.=

    =ENGLISH MERCHANTS=: Memoirs in Illustration of the Progress of
    British Commerce. With numerous Illustrations. Crown 8vo, cloth
    extra, =7s. 6d.=

    =ENGLISH NEWSPAPERS=: The History of Journalism. Two Vols., demy
    8vo, cl., =25s.=

    =THE OTHER SIDE OF THE EMIN PASHA RELIEF EXPEDITION.= Crown 8vo,
    cloth extra, =6s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BOWERS.=--=LEAVES FROM A HUNTING JOURNAL.= By GEORGE BOWERS. Oblong
folio, half-bound, =21s.=

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=BOYLE (FREDERICK), WORKS BY.= Post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.= each.

    =CHRONICLES OF NO-MAN’S LAND.=

    =CAMP NOTES.=

    =SAVAGE LIFE.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=; post 8vo,
    picture boards, =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, and Illustrations. Cr. 8vo, cloth extra,
=7s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BREWER (REV. DR.), WORKS BY.=

    =THE READER’S HANDBOOK OF ALLUSIONS, REFERENCES, PLOTS, AND
    STORIES.= Fifteenth Thousand; Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

    =AUTHORS AND THEIR WORKS, WITH THE DATES=: Being the Appendices
    to “The Reader’s Handbook,” separately printed. Crown 8vo, cloth
    limp, =2s.=

    =A DICTIONARY OF MIRACLES.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BREWSTER (SIR DAVID), WORKS BY.= Post 8vo cl. ex. =4s. 6d.= each.

    =MORE WORLDS THAN ONE=: Creed of Philosopher and Hope of
    Christian. Plates.

    =THE MARTYRS OF SCIENCE=: GALILEO, TYCHO BRAHE, and KEPLER. With
    Portraits.

    =LETTERS ON NATURAL MAGIC.= With numerous Illustrations.

       *       *       *       *       *

=BRILLAT-SAVARIN.=--=GASTRONOMY AS A FINE ART.= By BRILLAT-SAVARIN.
Translated by R. E. ANDERSON, M.A. Post 8vo, half-bound, =2s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BRET HARTE, WORKS BY.=

LIBRARY EDITION. In Seven Volumes, crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.= each.

=BRET HARTE’S COLLECTED WORKS.= Arranged and Revised by the Author.

    Vol. I.   COMPLETE POETICAL AND DRAMATIC WORKS. With Steel Portrait.
    Vol. II.  LUCK OF ROARING CAMP--BOHEMIAN PAPERS--AMERICAN LEGENDS.
    Vol. III. TALES OF THE ARGONAUTS--EASTERN SKETCHES.
    Vol. IV.  GABRIEL CONROY.
    Vol. V.   STORIES--CONDENSED NOVELS, &c.
    Vol. VI.  TALES OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE.
    Vol. VII. TALES OF THE PACIFIC SLOPE--II. With Portrait by JOHN
              PETTIE, R.A.

    =THE SELECT WORKS OF BRET HARTE=, in Prose and Poetry. With
    Introductory Essay by J. M. BELLEW, Portrait of Author, and 50
    Illusts. Cr. 8vo, cl. ex., =7s. 6d.=

    =BRET HARTE’S POETICAL WORKS.= Hand-made paper & buckram. Cr.
    8vo, =4s. 6d.=

    =THE QUEEN OF THE PIRATE ISLE.= With 28 original Drawings by KATE
    GREENAWAY, reproduced in Colours by EDMUND EVANS. Small 4to,
    cloth, =5s.=

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each.

    =A WAIF OF THE PLAINS.= With 60 Illustrations by STANLEY L. WOOD.

    =A WARD OF THE GOLDEN GATE.= With 59 Illustrations by STANLEY L.
    WOOD.

    =A SAPPHO OF GREEN SPRINGS=, &c. With Two Illustrations by HUME
    NISBET.

    =COLONEL STARBOTTLE’S CLIENT, AND SOME OTHER PEOPLE.= With a
    Frontispiece by FRED. BARNARD.

    =SALLY DOWS=, &c. With a Frontispiece.

    =SUSY=: A Novel. With a Frontispiece.                     [_Shortly._

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

    =GABRIEL CONROY.=

    =AN HEIRESS OF RED DOG=, &c.

    =THE LUCK OF ROARING CAMP=, &c.

    =CALIFORNIAN STORIES.=

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

    =FLIP.=

    =MARUJA.=

    =A PHYLLIS OF THE SIERRAS.=

Fcap. 8vo. picture cover, =1s.= each.

    =THE TWINS OF TABLE MOUNTAIN.=

    =SNOW-BOUND AT EAGLE’S.=

    =JEFF BRIGGS’S LOVE STORY.=

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=BRYDGES.=--=UNCLE SAM AT HOME.= By HAROLD BRYDGES. Post 8vo, illustrated
boards, =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

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=BUCHANAN’S (ROBERT) WORKS.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =6s.= each.

    =SELECTED POEMS OF ROBERT BUCHANAN.= With Frontispiece by T.
    DALZIEL.

    =THE EARTHQUAKE=; or, Six Days and a Sabbath.

    =THE CITY OF DREAM=: An Epic Poem. With Two Illustrations by P.
    MACNAB.

    =THE OUTCAST=: A Rhyme for the Time. With 15 Illustrations by
    RUDOLF BLIND, PETER MACNAB, and HUME NISBET. Small demy 8vo,
    cloth extra, =8s.=

    =ROBERT BUCHANAN’S COMPLETE POETICAL WORKS.= With Steel-plate
    Portrait. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =7s. 6d.=

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each; post 8vo, illustrated boards,
=2s.= each.

    =THE SHADOW OF THE SWORD.=

    =A CHILD OF NATURE.= Frontispiece.

    =GOD AND THE MAN.= With 11 Illustrations by FRED. BARNARD.

    =THE MARTYRDOM OF MADELINE.= With Frontispiece by A. W. COOPER.

    =LOVE ME FOR EVER.= Frontispiece.

    =ANNAN WATER.=

    =FOXGLOVE MANOR.=

    =THE NEW ABELARD.=

    =MATT=: A Story of a Caravan. Front.

    =THE MASTER OF THE MINE.= Front.

    =THE HEIR OF LINNE.=

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=BURTON (CAPTAIN).=--=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, =32s.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=BURTON (ROBERT).=

    =THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY=: A New Edition, with 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.=

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=CAINE (T. HALL), NOVELS BY.= Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each;
post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.= each; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.= each.

    =SHADOW OF A CRIME.=

    =A SON OF HAGAR.=

    =THE DEEMSTER.=

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=CAMERON (COMMANDER).=--=THE CRUISE OF THE “BLACK PRINCE” PRIVATEER.= By
V. LOVETT CAMERON, R.N., C.B. With Two Illustrations by P. MACNAB. Crown
8vo, cloth extra, =5s.=; post 8vo, illustrated boards, =2s.=

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=CAMERON (MRS. H. LOVETT), NOVELS BY.= Post 8vo, illust. bds., =2s.= each.

    =JULIET’S GUARDIAN.=

    =DECEIVERS EVER.=

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=CARLYLE (THOMAS) ON THE CHOICE OF BOOKS.= With Life by R. H. SHEPHERD,
and Three Illustrations. Post 8vo, cloth extra, =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.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=CARLYLE (JANE WELSH), LIFE OF.= By Mrs. ALEXANDER IRELAND. With Portrait
and Facsimile Letter. Small demy 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, =6s.= each.

       *       *       *       *       *

=CHATTO AND JACKSON.=--=A TREATISE ON WOOD ENGRAVING=, Historical and
Practical. By WILLIAM ANDREW CHATTO and JOHN JACKSON. With an Additional
Chapter by HENRY G. BOHN, and 450 fine Illusts. Large 4to, hf.-bd., =28s.=

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=CHAUCER FOR CHILDREN=: A Golden Key. By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS. With 8
Coloured Plates and 30 Woodcuts. Small 4to, cloth extra, =6s.=

    =CHAUCER FOR SCHOOLS.= By Mrs. H. R. HAWEIS. Demy 8vo. cloth
    limp. =2s. 6d.=

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=CLARE.=--=FOR THE LOVE OF A LASS=: A Tale of Tynedale. By AUSTIN CLARE.
Post 8vo, picture boards. =2s.=; cloth limp, =2s. 6d.=

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=CLIVE (MRS. ARCHER), NOVELS BY.= Post 8vo, illust. boards, =2s.= each.

    =PAUL FERROLL.=

    =WHY PAUL FERROLL KILLED HIS WIFE.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=CLODD.=--=MYTHS AND DREAMS.= By EDWARD CLODD, F.R.A.S. Second Edition,
Revised. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.=

       *       *       *       *       *

=COBBAN.=--=THE CURE OF SOULS=: A Story. By J. MACLAREN COBBAN. Post 8vo,
illustrated boards, =2s.=

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=COLEMAN (JOHN), WORKS BY.=

    =PLAYERS AND PLAYWRIGHTS I HAVE KNOWN.= Two Vols., 8vo, cloth,
    =24s.=

    =CURLY=: An Actor’s Story. With 21 Illusts. by J. C. DOLLMAN. Cr.
    8vo, ci., =1s. 6d.=

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LISTS OF BOOKS CLASSIFIED IN SERIES.

⁂ _For fuller cataloguing, see alphabetical arrangement, pp. 1-25._


=THE MAYFAIR LIBRARY.=

Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s. 6d.= per Volume.

    =A Journey Round My Room.= By XAVIER DE MAISTRE.
    =Quips and Quiddities.= By W. D. ADAMS.
    =The Agony Column of “The Times.”=
    =Melancholy Anatomised=: Abridgment of “Burton’s Anatomy of
        Melancholy.”
    =The Speeches of Charles Dickens.=
    =Literary Frivolities, Fancies, Follies, and Frolics.= By W. T.
        DOBSON.
    =Poetical Ingenuities.= By W. T. DOBSON.
    =The Cupboard Papers.= By FIN-BEC.
    =W. S. Gilbert’s Plays.= FIRST SERIES.
    =W. S. Gilbert’s Plays.= SECOND SERIES.
    =Songs of Irish Wit and Humour.=
    =Animals and Masters.= By Sir A. HELPS.
    =Social Pressure.= By Sir A. HELPS.
    =Curiosities of Criticism.= H. J. JENNINGS.
    =Holmes’s Autocrat of Breakfast-Table.=
    =Pencil and Palette.= By R. KEMPT.
    =Little Essays=: from LAMB’S Letters.
    =Forensic Anecdotes.= By JACOB LARWOOD.
    =Theatrical Anecdotes.= JACOB LARWOOD.
    =Jeux d’Esprit.= Edited by HENRY S. LEIGH.
    =Witch Stories.= By E. LYNN LINTON.
    =Ourselves.= By E. LYNN LINTON.
    =Pastimes & Players.= By R. MACGREGOR.
    =New Paul and Virginia.= W. H. MALLOCK.
    =New Republic.= By W. H. MALLOCK.
    =Puck on Pegasus.= By H. C. PENNELL.
    =Pegasus Re-Saddled.= By H. C. PENNELL.
    =Muses of Mayfair.= Ed. H. C. PENNELL.
    =Thoreau=: His Life & Aims. By H. A. PAGE.
    =Puniana.= By Hon. HUGH ROWLEY.
    =More Puniana.= By Hon. HUGH ROWLEY.
    =The Philosophy of Handwriting.=
    =By Stream and Sea.= By WM. SENIOR.
    =Leaves from a Naturalist’s Note-Book.= By Dr. ANDREW WILSON.


=THE GOLDEN LIBRARY.=

Post 8vo, cloth limp, =2s.= per Volume.

    =Bayard Taylor’s Diversions of the Echo Club.=
    =Bennett’s Ballad History of England.=
    =Bennett’s Songs for Sailors.=
    =Godwin’s Lives of the Necromancers.=
    =Pope’s Poetical Works.=
    =Holmes’s Autocrat of Breakfast Table.=
    =Holmes’s Professor at Breakfast Table.=
    =Jesse’s Scenes of Country Life.=
    =Leigh Hunt’s Tale for a Chimney Corner.=
    =Mallory’s Mort d’Arthur=: Selections.
    =Pascal’s Provincial Letters.=
    =Rochefoucauld’s Maxims & Reflections.=


=THE WANDERER’S LIBRARY.=

Crown 8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each.

    =Wanderings In Patagonia.= By JULIUS BEERBOHM. Illustrated.
    =Camp Notes.= By FREDERICK BOYLE.
    =Savage Life.= By FREDERICK BOYLE.
    =Merrie England in the Olden Time.= By G. DANIEL. Illustrated
        by CRUIKSHANK.
    =Circus Life.= By THOMAS FROST.
    =Lives of the Conjurers.= THOMAS FROST.
    =The Old Showmen and the Old London Fairs.= By THOMAS FROST.
    =Low-Life Deeps.= By JAMES GREENWOOD.
    =Wilds of London.= JAMES GREENWOOD.
    =Tunis.= Chev. HESSE-WARTEGG. 22 Illusts.
    =Life and Adventures of a Cheap Jack.=
    =World Behind the Scenes.= P. FITZGERALD.
    =Tavern Anecdotes and Sayings.=
    =The Genial Showman.= By E. P. HINGSTON.
    =Story of London Parks.= JACOB LARWOOD.
    =London Characters.= By HENRY MAYHEW.
    =Seven Generations of Executioners.=
    =Summer Cruising in the South Seas.= By C. WARREN STODDARD.
        Illustrated.


=POPULAR SHILLING BOOKS.=

    =Harry Fludyer at Cambridge.=
    =Jeff Briggs’s Love Story.= BRET HARTE.
    =Twins of Table Mountain.= BRET HARTE.
    =Snow-bound at Eagle’s.= By BRET HARTE.
    =A Day’s Tour.= By PERCY FITZGERALD.
    =Esther’s Glove.= By R. E. FRANCILLON.
    =Sentenced!= By SOMERVILLE GIBNEY.
    =The Professor’s Wife.= By L. GRAHAM.
    =Mrs. Gainsborough’s Diamonds.= By JULIAN HAWTHORNE.
    =Niagara Spray.= By J. HOLLINGSHEAD.
    =A Romance of the Queen’s Hounds.= By CHARLES JAMES.
    =The Garden that Paid the Rent.= By TOM JERROLD.
    =Cut by the Mess.= By ARTHUR KEYSER.
    =Our Sensation Novel.= J. H. MCCARTHY.
    =Doom!= By JUSTIN H. MCCARTHY, M.P.
    =Dolly.= By JUSTIN H. MCCARTHY, M.P.
    =Lily Lass.= JUSTIN H. MCCARTHY, M.P.
    =Was She Good or Bad?= By W. MINTO.
    =Notes from the “News.”= By JAS. PAYN.
    =Beyond the Gates.= By E. S. PHELPS.
    =Old Maid’s Paradise.= By E. S. PHELPS.
    =Burglars in Paradise.= By E. S. PHELPS.
    =Jack the Fisherman.= By E. S. PHELPS.
    =Trooping with Crows.= By C. L. PIRKIS.
    =Bible Characters.= By CHARLES READE.
    =Rogues.= By R. H. SHERARD.
    =The Dagonet Reciter.= By G. R. SIMS.
    =How the Poor Live.= By G. R. SIMS.
    =Case of George Candlemas.= G. R. SIMS.
    =Sandycroft Mystery.= T. W. SPEIGHT.
    =Hoodwinked.= By T. W. SPEIGHT.
    =Father Damien.= By R. L. STEVENSON.
    =A Double Bond.= By LINDA VILLARI.
    =My Life with Stanley’s Rear Guard.= By HERBERT WARD.


=HANDY NOVELS.=

Fcap. 8vo, cloth boards, =1s. 6d.= each.

    =The Old Maid’s Sweetheart.= A. ST. AUBYN.
    =Modest Little Sara.= ALAN ST. AUBYN.
    =Taken from the Enemy.= H. NEWBOLT.
    =A Lost Soul.= By W. L. ALDEN.


MY LIBRARY.

Choice Works, printed on laid paper, bound half-Roxburghe, =2s. 6d.= each.

    =Four Frenchwomen.= By AUSTIN DOBSON.
    =Citation and Examination of William Shakspeare.= By W. S. LANDOR.
    =The Journal of Maurice de Guerin.=
    =Christie Johnstone.= By CHARLES READE. With a Photogravure
        Frontispiece.
    =Peg Woffington.= By CHARLES READE.
    =The Dramatic Essays of Charles Lamb.=


THE POCKET LIBRARY.

Post 8vo, printed on laid paper and hf.-bd., =2s.= each.

    =The Essays of Elia.= By CHARLES LAMB.
    =Robinson Crusoe.= Edited by JOHN MAJOR. With 37 Illusts. by
        GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.
    =Whims and Oddities.= By THOMAS HOOD. With 85 Illustrations.
    =The Barber’s Chair=, and =The Hedgehog Letters=. By DOUGLAS
        JERROLD.
    =Gastronomy as a Fine Art.= By BRILLAT-SAVARIN. Trans. R. E.
        ANDERSON, M.A.
    =The Epicurean=, &c. By THOMAS MOORE.
    =Leigh Hunt’s Essays.= Ed. E. OLLIER.
    =White’s Natural History of Selborne.=
    =Gulliver’s Travels=, and =The Tale of a Tub=. By Dean SWIFT.
    =The Rivals=, =School for Scandal=, and other Plays by RICHARD
        BRINSLEY SHERIDAN.
    =Anecdotes of the Clergy.= J. LARWOOD.
    =Thomson’s Seasons.= Illustrated.



THE PICCADILLY NOVELS.

LIBRARY EDITIONS OF NOVELS BY THE BEST AUTHORS, many Illustrated, crown
8vo, cloth extra, =3s. 6d.= each.


By F. M. ALLEN.

    =The Green Bird.=


By GRANT ALLEN.

    =Philistia.=
    =Babylon.=
    =Strange Stories.=
    =Beckoning Hand.=
    =In all Shades.=
    =Dumaresq’s Daughter.=
    =The Tents of Shem.=
    =For Maimie’s Sake.=
    =The Devil’s Die.=
    =This Mortal Coil.=
    =The Great Taboo.=
    =Blood Royal.=
    =The Duchess of Powysland.=


By EDWIN L. ARNOLD.

    =Phra the Phœnician.=


By ALAN ST. AUBYN.

    =A Fellow of Trinity.=


By Rev. S. BARING GOULD.

    =Red Spider.=
    =Eve.=


By W. BESANT AND & J. RICE.

    =My Little Girl.=
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    =Monks of Thelema.=
    =The Seamy Side.=
    =Ten Years’ Tenant.=
    =Ready-Money Mortiboy.=
    =With Harp and Crown.=
    =’Twas in Trafalgar’s Bay.=
    =The Chaplain of the Fleet.=


By WALTER BESANT.

    =All Sorts and Conditions of Men.=
    =The Captains’ Room.=
    =Herr Paulus.=
    =All in a Garden Fair.=
    =The World Went Very Well Then.=
    =For Faith and Freedom.=
    =Dorothy Forster.=
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    =To Call Her Mine.=
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By ROBERT BUCHANAN.

    =The Shadow of the Sword.=
    =Matt.=
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    =Heir of Linne.=
    =The Martyrdom of Madeline.=
    =God and the Man.=
    =Love Me for Ever.=
    =Annan Water.=
    =The New Abelard.=
    =Foxglove Manor.=
    =Master of the Mine.=


By HALL CAINE.

    =The Shadow of a Crime.=
    =A Son of Hagar.=
    =The Deemster.=


MORT. & FRANCES COLLINS.

    =Transmigration.=
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    =Blacksmith and Scholar.=
    =Village Comedy.=
    =You Play Me False.=


By WILKIE COLLINS.

    =Armadale.=
    =After Dark.=
    =No Name.=
    =Antonina.=
    =Basil.=
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    =The Dead Secret.=
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    =The Moonstone.=
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    =The Frozen Deep.=
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    =Law and the Lady.=
    =Haunted Hotel.=
    =The Fallen Leaves.=
    =Jezebel’s Daughter.=
    =The Black Robe.=
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    =“I Say No.”=
    =Little Novels.=
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    =The Legacy of Cain.=
    =A Rogue’s Life.=
    =Blind Love.=


By DUTTON COOK.

    =Paul Foster’s Daughter.=


By MATT CRIM.

    =Adventures of a Fair Rebel.=


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    =Hearts of Gold.=


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    =The Evangelist=; or, Port Salvation.


By ERASMUS DAWSON.

    =The Fountain of Youth.=


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    =A Castle in Spain.=


By J. LEITH DERWENT.

    =Our Lady of Tears.=
    =Circe’s Lovers.=


By DICK DONOVAN.

    =Tracked to Doom.=


By Mrs. ANNIE EDWARDES.

    =Archie Lovell.=


By G. MANVILLE FENN.

    =The New Mistress.=


By PERCY FITZGERALD.

    =Fatal Zero.=


By R. E. FRANCILLON.

    =Queen Cophetua.=
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Pref. by Sir BARTLE FRERE.

    =Pandurang Hari.=


By EDWARD GARRETT.

    =The Capel Girls.=


By CHARLES GIBBON.

    =Robin Gray.=
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    =Loving a Dream.=
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    =The Flower of the Forest.=


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    =The Lost Heiress.=
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    =Corinthia Marazion.=


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    =Under the Greenwood Tree.=


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    =The Spectre of the Camera.=


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    =Ivan de Biron.=


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    =Ione.=
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    =Sowing the Wind.=
    =The Atonement of Leam Dundas.=
    =The World Well Lost.=


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    =Gideon Fleyce.=


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    =Miss Misanthrope.=
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    =Maid of Athens.=
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    =Dear Lady Disdain.=
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    =Quaker Cousins.=


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    =The Black Robe.=
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    =“I Say No.”=
    =The Evil Genius.=
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    =Legacy of Cain.=
    =Blind Love.=


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    =Every Inch a Soldier.=


By DUTTON COOK.

    =Leo.=
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    =Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains.=


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    =Hearts of Gold.=


By ALPHONSE DAUDET.

    =The Evangelist; or, Port Salvation.=


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    =A Castle in Spain.=


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    =Our Lady of Tears.=
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    =A Point of Honour.=
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    =Roxy.=


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Pref. by SIR BARTLE FRERE.

    =Pandurang Hari.=


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    =One of Two.=


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    =Good Stories of Men and other Animals.=
    =Hard Cash.=
    =Peg Woffington.=
    =Griffith Gaunt.=
    =Foul Play.=
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    =The Jilt.=
    =A Perilous Secret.=


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    =Prince of Wales’s Garden Party.=
    =The Uninhabited House.=
    =The Mystery in Palace Gardens.=
    =The Nun’s Curse.=
    =Idle Tales.=


By F. W. ROBINSON.

    =Women are Strange.=
    =The Hands of Justice.=


By JAMES RUNCIMAN.

    =Skippers and Shellbacks.=
    =Grace Balmaign’s Sweetheart.=
    =Schools and Scholars.=


By W. CLARK RUSSELL.

    =Round the Galley Fire.=
    =On the Fo’k’sle Head.=
    =In the Middle Watch.=
    =A Voyage to the Cape.=
    =A Book for the Hammock.=
    =The Mystery of the “Ocean Star.”=
    =The Romance of Jenny Harlowe.=
    =An Ocean Tragedy.=
    =My Shipmate Louise.=


GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA.

    =Gaslight and Daylight.=


By JOHN SAUNDERS.

    =Guy Waterman.=
    =Two Dreamers.=
    =The Lion in the Path.=


By KATHARINE SAUNDERS.

    =Joan Merryweather.=
    =The High Mills.=
    =Heart Salvage.=
    =Sebastian.=
    =Margaret and Elizabeth.=


By GEORGE R. SIMS.

    =Rogues and Vagabonds.=
    =The Ring o’ Bells.=
    =Mary Jane’s Memoirs.=
    =Mary Jane Married.=
    =Tales of To-day.=
    =Dramas of Life.=
    =Tinkletop’s Crime.=
    =Zeph: A Circus Story.=


By ARTHUR SKETCHLEY.

    =A Match in the Dark.=


By HAWLEY SMART.

    =Without Love or Licence.=


By T. W. SPEIGHT.

    =The Mysteries of Heron Dyke.=
    =The Golden Hoop.=
    =Hoodwinked, &c.=
    =By Devious Ways.=
    =Back to Life.=


By R. A. STERNDALE.

    =The Afghan Knife.=


By R. LOUIS STEVENSON.

    =New Arabian Nights.=
    =Prince Otto.=


BY BERTHA THOMAS.

    =Cressida.=
    =Proud Maisie.=
    =The Violin-player.=


By WALTER THORNBURY.

    =Tales for the Marines.=
    =Old Stories Re-told.=


F. ADOLPHUS TROLLOPE.

    =Diamond Cut Diamond.=


By F. ELEANOR TROLLOPE.

    =Like Ships upon the Sea.=
    =Anne Furness.=
    =Mabel’s Progress.=


By ANTHONY TROLLOPE.

    =Frau Frohmann.=
    =Marion Fay.=
    =Kept in the Dark.=
    =John Caldigate.=
    =The Way We Live Now.=
    =The American Senator.=
    =Mr. Scarborough’s Family.=
    =The Land-Leaguers.=
    =The Golden Lion of Granpere.=


By J. T. TROWBRIDGE.

    =Farnell’s Folly.=


By IVAN TURGENIEFF, &c.

    =Stories from Foreign Novelists.=


By MARK TWAIN.

    =A Pleasure Trip on the Continent.=
    =The Gilded Age.=
    =Mark Twain’s Sketches.=
    =Tom Sawyer.=
    =A Tramp Abroad.=
    =The Stolen White Elephant.=
    =Huckleberry Finn.=
    =Life on the Mississippi.=
    =The Prince and the Pauper.=


By C. C. FRASER-TYTLER.

    =Mistress Judith.=


By SARAH TYTLER.

    =The Bride’s Pass.=
    =Buried Diamonds.=
    =Saint Mungo’s City.=
    =Lady Bell.=
    =Noblesse Oblige.=
    =Disappeared.=
    =Huguenot Family.=
    =Blackhall Ghosts.=
    =What She Came Through.=
    =Beauty and the Beast.=
    =Citoyenne Jaqueline.=


By Mrs. F. H. WILLIAMSON.

    =A Child Widow.=


By J. S. WINTER.

    =Cavalry Life.=
    =Regimental Legends.=


By H. F. WOOD.

    =The Passenger from Scotland Yard.=
    =The Englishman of the Rue Cain.=


By Lady WOOD.

    =Sabina.=


CELIA PARKER WOOLLEY.

    =Rachel Armstrong=; or, Love & Theology.


By EDMUND YATES.

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


OGDEN, SMALE AND CO. LIMITED, PRINTERS, GREAT SAFFRON HILL, E.C.





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