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Title: W. Kent & Co's Annual Catalogue, October 1858
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  OCTOBER, 1858.

  W. KENT & CO.'S



  [Illustration: (colophon) W. KENT & CO., FLEET STREET, LONDON]


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  Architectural Works                            7

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  Astronography                                 32

  Balance of Beauty                             36

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  Beattie and Collins                            5

  Bertie's Indestructible Books                 22

  Bible Gallery                                  4

  ---- Women of the                              4

  Bingley's Tales                               21

  Biographical Dictionary                       33

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  Book and its Story                            36

  ---- of the Months                            24

  Boswell's Johnson                             24

  Botany, The Outlines of                       32

  Boyhood of Great Men                           6

  Boy Princes                                    6

  Boy's Own Book                                19

  ---- Treasury                                 20

  Brandon's Architectural Works                  7

  British Empire, Greatness of the              34

  Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress                    3

  Byron Beauties                                 3

  ---- Illustrated                               3

  Capern's Poems                                10

  Cassell's Educational Works                   26

  Cheever's Whaleman's Adventures               20

  Childs' Drawing Books                         23

  Child's First Lesson Book                     20

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  Dale's Poems                                  10

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  Educator, The Popular                         26

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  Emma de Lissau                                20

  England, Cassell's History of                 32

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  English without a Master                      38

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  ---- (The) Language, its Elements and Form    32

  Etiquette for the Ladies                      11

  ---- Gentlemen                                11

  ---- of Courtship                             11

  Euclid, Symbolical                            24

  ---- Cassell's                                31

  Fables of Æsop                                15

  Footprints of Famous Men                       6

  Footprints of Travellers                      34

  Ford's Easy Lessons in Landscape              23

  French, Cassell's Lessons in                  27

  ---- Dictionary, Cassell's                    27

  ---- Miniature                                18

  ---- without a Master                         33

  France, The History of                        31

  Games for Christmas                           10

  Geography, Cassell's Elementary               31

  German, Cassell's Lessons in                  28

  ---- Dictionary (Cassell)                     28

  ---- without a Master                         38

  Glenny's Handbook to Flower-garden            25

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  Glossary of Architecture                       8

  Goldsmith's Works                             24

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  Greek, Cassell's Lessons in                   30

  Grimm's Household Stories                     19

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  Harding's Drawing Books                    8, 23

  ---- Portfolio                                23

  Harry's Ladder to Learning                    21

  ---- Book of Poetry                           21

  Health for the Million                        37

  Heath's Keepsake                               3

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  Heroes of Asgard                              19

  ---- of England                                6

  Heroines of Shakspeare                         3

  Hervey's Meditations                          24

  History for Boys                               6

  Home Lesson Books                             22

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  Howitt's Library for the Young                35

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  Ireland, the History of                       33

  Italian, Cassell's Lessons in                 30

  ---- Without a Master                         38

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  Johnson's Lives of the Poets                  24

  ---- Human Figure                             23

  Keepsake (The)                                 3

  King's Interest Tables                        24

  Knight's Store of Knowledge                   37

  Ladies' Drawing-Room Book                     36

  Language of Flowers                        4, 11

  Latin, Cassell's Lessons in                   29

  ---- Dictionary (Cassell's)                   29

  ---- Without a Master                         38

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  Little Boy's Own Book                         19

  ---- Mary's Books                             21

  ---- Treasury                                 21

  ---- Lesson Book                              21

  Longfellow's Poems                          2, 9

  ---- Hyperion                                  2

  ---- Golden Legend                          2, 9

  ---- Kavanagh                                  2

  ---- Prose Works                              10

  ---- Song of Hiawatha                          9

  Loves of the Poets                             1

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  Man, The Natural History of                   33

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  Mathematical Science                      31, 32

  Mayhew's Acting Charades                      10

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  ---- Sandboys' Adventures                     15

  ---- Wonders of Science                       18

  Memoirs of the Queens of Prussia              37

  Men of the Time                                5

  Merry Pictures                                 2

  Mia and Charlie                               19

  Miller's Daughter                              1

  Miller's (T.) Poems for Children              21

  Milton's Poetical Works                        4

  ---- L'Allegro and Il Penseroso                2

  Museum of Painting and Sculpture               4

  Musgrave's Ramble in Normandy                  7

  Ogleby's Adventures                           15

  Oldbuck's Adventures                          15

  Painters (The) of All Nations, History of     35

  Panoramic View of Palestine                   24

  Parlour Magic                                 20

  Pellatt on Glass-making                        4

  Phillips's Etchings of Familiar Life          23

  Playmate (The)                                20

  Poetry of the Year                             3

  Political Economy                             32

  Prout's (Sam.) Elementary Drawing             23

  Queens of Prussia, Memoirs of the             37

  Raffaelle's Cartoons                           3

  Reid's (Capt. M.) Desert Home                 17

  ---- Boy Hunters                              17

  ---- Young Voyageurs                          17

  ---- Forest Exiles                            17

  ---- Bush Boys                                17

  ---- Young Yägers                             17

  Reynard the Fox                               20

  Rhymes and Roundelayes                         2

  Rival (The) Kings                             19

  Robinson Crusoe                               11

  Romance of Modern Travel                       7

  Round Games                                   10

  Sailings over the Globe                       34

  St. Leonard                                   35

  Science Popularly Explained                   32

  Scotland, The History of                      33

  Scott's Poems                                  5

  Shadows                                   11, 15

  Shakspeare, Concordance to                    37

  ---- Heroines                                  3

  Sharpe's Diamond Dictionary                   13

  Shilling's Worth of Sense                     11

  Sidney Grey                                   19

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