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W. H. G. KINGSTON'S BOOKS FOR BOYS.

With Illustrations, Fcap. 8vo, price 5s. each, cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.

TRUE BLUE;

Or, the Life and Adventures of a British Seaman of the Old
School.

"There is about all Mr. Kingston's tales a spirit of hopefulness, honesty, and cheery good principle, which makes them most wholesome as well as most interesting reading. This volume would form an appropriate addition to any ship-board library."-Era.

WILL WEATHERHELM:

Or, THE YARN OF AN OLD SAILOR ABOUT HIS EARLY LIFE
AND ADVENTURES. Illustrated by G. H. THOMAS.

"Overflowing with maritime adventures, and characters graphically described."-Critic.

FRED MARKHAM IN RUSSIA;

Or, THE BOY TRAVELLERS IN THE LAND OF THE CZAB.
With Illustrations by R. T. LANDELLS.

"Most admirably does this book unite a capital narrative with the communication of valuable information respecting Russia."-Nonconformist.

SALT WATER;

Or, NEIL D'ARCY'S SEA LIFE AND ADVENTURES (a Book for Boys). With Eight Illustrations by ANELAY.

"With the exception of Captain Marryat, we know of no English author who will compare with Mr. Kingston as a writer of books of nautical adventure.""-Illustrated News.

MANCO, THE PERUVIAN CHIEF.

With Illustrations by CARL SCHMOLZE.

"A capital book; the story being one of much interest, and presenting a good account of the history and institutions, the customs and manners of the country."-Literary Gazette.

MARK SEAWORTH:

A Tale of the Indian Ocean. With Illustrations by J.
ABSOLON. Second Edition.

"No more interesting, nor more safe book, can be put into the hands of youth; and to boys especially Mark Seaworth' will be a treasure of delight."-Art Journal.

PETER THE WHALER:

His Early Life and Adventures in the Arctic Regions.
Second Edition. With Illustrations by E. DUNCAN.

"In short, a book which the old may, but which the young must, read when they have once begun it."-Athenæum.

NEW AND BEAUTIFUL LIBRARY EDITION.

THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD:

A Tale. By OLIVER GOLDSMITH. Printed by Whittingham. With Eight Illustrations by J. ABSOLON. Square fcap. 8vo, price 5s. cloth; 78. half-bound morocco, Roxburghe style; 10s. 6d. antique morocco.

"Mr. Absolon's graphic sketches add greatly to the interest of the volume: altogether, it is as pretty an edition of the 'Vicar' as we have seen. Mrs. Primrose herself would consider it well dressed.'"-Art Journal.

"A delightful edition of one of the most delightful of works: the fine old type and thick paper make this volume attractive to any lover of books.”— Edinburgh Guardian.

GOOD IN EVERYTHING;

Or, THE EARLY HISTORY OF GILBERT HARLAND. By MRS. BARWELL, Author of "Little Lessons for Little Learners, &c. Second Edition. With Illustrations by JOHN GILBERT. Royal 16mo, 2s. 6d. cloth; 38. 6d. coloured, gilt edges. "The moral of this exquisite little tale will do more good than a thousand set tasks abounding with dry and uninteresting truisms."-Bell's Messenger.

DOMESTIC PETS:

Their Habits and Management; with Illustrative Anecdotes.
By MRS. LOUDON. With Illustrations by HARRISON WEIR.
Second Thousand. Fcap. 8vo, 2s. 6d. cloth.

CONTENTS:-The Dog, Cat, Squirrel, Rabbit, GuineaPig, White Mice, the Parrot and other Talking-Birds, Singing-Birds, Doves and Pigeons, Gold and Silver Fish. "All who study Mrs. Loudon's pages will be able to treat their pets with certainty and wisdom."-Standard of Freedom.

TALES OF SCHOOL LIFE.

By AGNES LOUDON, Author of "Tales for Young People." With Illustrations by JOHN ABSOLON. Second Edition. Royal 16mo, 2s. 6d. plain; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges. "These reminiscences of school-days will be recognised as truthful pictures of every-day occurrence. The style is colloquial and pleasant, and therefore well suited to those for whose perusal it is intended."—Athenæum.

THE FAVOURITE LIBRARY.

A Series of Works for the Young; each with an Illustration by a well-known Artist. Price ONE SHILLING, cloth.

1. THE ESKDALE HERD-BOY. BY LADY STODDART.
2. MRS. LEICESTER'S SCHOOL. By CHARLES and
MARY LAMB.

3. HISTORY OF THE ROBINS. By MRS. TRIMMER.
4. MEMOIRS OF BOB THE SPOTTED TERRIER.
5. KEEPER'S TRAVELS IN SEARCH OF HIS
MASTER.

6. THE SCOTTISH ORPHANS. By LADY STODDART.
7. NEVER WRONG; or, THE YOUNG DISPU.
TANT; and "IT WAS ONLY IN FUN."

8. THE LIFE AND PERAMBULATIONS OF A MOUSE.

9. EASY INTRODUCTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF NATURE. By MRS. TRIMMER.

10. RIGHT AND WRONG. By the Author of "Always Happy."

11. HARRY'S HOLIDAY. By JEFFERYS TAYLOR.

12. SHORT POEMS AND HYMNS FOR CHILDREN.

The above may be had, Two Volumes bound in one, at Two Shillings cloth; or 2s. 6d. gilt edges, as follows:

1. LADY STODDART'S SCOTTISH TALES.

2. ANIMAL HISTORIES. THE DOG.

3. ANIMAL HISTORIES. THE ROBINS and MOUSE.

4. TALES FOR BOYS. HARRY'S HOLIDAY and NEVER WRONG.

5. TALES FOR GIRLS. MRS. LEICESTER'S SCHOOL and RIGHT AND WRONG.

6. POETRY AND NATURE. SHORT POEMS and TRIMMER'S INTRODUCTION.

TALES FROM CATLAND.

Dedicated to the Young Kittens of England. By an OLD
TABBY. Illustrated by H. WEIR. Fourth Edition. Small

4to, 2s. 6d. plain; 3s. 6d. coloured.

"The combination of quiet humour and sound sense has made this one of the pleasantest little books of the season."-Lady's Newspaper.

THE WONDERS OF HOME, IN ELEVEN STORIES.

By GRANDFATHER GREY. With Illustrations. Third Edition, roy. 16mo, 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured.-Contents :Story of-1. A CUP OF TEA.

3. A MILK-JUG.

5. SOME HOT WATER.

7. JENNY'S SASH.

9. A TUMBLER.

2. A PIECE OF Sugar.
4. A LUMP OF COAL.
6. A PIN.

8. HARRY'S JACKET. 10. A KNIFE.

11. THIS BOOK.

"The idea is excellent, and its execution equally commendable. The subjects are very happily told in a light yet sensible manner."-Weekly News.

EVERY-DAY THINGS;

Or, USEFUL KNOWLEDGE respecting the PRINCIPAL ANIMAL,
VEGETABLE, and MINERAL SUBSTANCES in COMMON USE.
Written for Young Persons, by a LADY. Second Edition,
revised. 18mo, 1s. 6d. cloth.

"A little encyclopædia of useful knowledge; deserving a place in every juvenile library."-Evangelical Magazine.

PRICE SIXPENCE EACH, PLAIN; ONE SHILLING, COLOURED. In super-royal 16mo, beautifully printed, each with Seven Illustrations by HARRISON WEIR, and Descriptions by MRS. LEE.

1. BRITISH ANIMALS.
2. BRITISH ANIMALS.
3. BRITISH BIRDS.

4. FOREIGN ANIMALS.
5. FOREIGN ANIMALS.

6. FOREIGN BIRDS.

First Series.
Second Series.

First Series.
Second Series.

Or bound in One Vol. under the title of "Familiar Natural

History," see page 19.

Uniform in size and price with the above.

THE FARM AND ITS SCENES. With Six Pictures from Drawings by HARRISON WEIR.

THE DIVERTING HISTORY OF JOHN GILPIN. With Six Illustrations by WATTS PHILLIPS.

THE PEACOCK AT HOME AND THE BUTTERFLY'S BALL. With Four Illustrations by HARRISON WEIR.

A WORD TO THE WISE;

Or, HINTS ON THE CURRENT IMPROPRIETY OF EXPRESSION
IN WRITING AND SPEAKING. By PARRY GWYNNE. Tenth
Thousand. 18mo, price 6d. sewed, or 1s. cloth, gilt edges.

"All who wish to mind their p's and q's should consult this little volume." -Gentleman's Magazine.

"May be advantageously consulted by even the well-educated."Athenæum.

STORIES OF JULIAN AND HIS PLAYFELLOWS.

Written by his Mamma. With Four Illustrations by JOHN ABSOLON. Second Edition. Small 4to, 2s. 6d. plain; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.

"The lessons taught by Julian's mamma are each fraught with an excellent moral."-Morning Advertiser.

BLADES AND FLOWERS;

Poems for Children. By M. S. C. Frontispiece by H.
ANELAY. Fcap. 8vo, price 2s. cloth.

"Breathing the same spirit as the nursery poems of Jane Taylor."Literary Gazette.

AUNT JANE'S VERSES FOR CHILDREN.

By Mrs. T. D. CREWDSON. Illustrated with twelve beautiful Engravings. Fcap. 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth.

"A charming little volume of excellent moral and religious tendency.”— Evangelical Magazine.

ILLUSTRATED BY GEORGE CRUIKSHANK.

KIT BAM, THE BRITISH SINBAD;

Or, THE YARNS OF AN OLD MARINER. BY MARY COWDEN CLARKE, Author of "The Concordance to Shakspeare," &c. Fcap. 8vo, price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. gilt edges.

"A more captivating volume for juvenile recreative reading we never remember to have seen."-Standard of Freedom.

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