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ADVENTURES Animals asked Author began better boards Book boots brought buttons Children cloth cloth elegant coloured cook corner cried Crown don't door Edition eyes face fact Fairy fancy father feel fellow felt Geoffrey gilt edges Girls give half hand head heard hero History hold hope hour Illustrations John Judge kind kitchen knew LADY Lessons London look Lord Mary master mean mind minute mother never Night once plain poor Post 8vo present PUBLISHED round Royal Second Edition seemed seen servants Shaw Shillings Shillings and Sixpence short side Small speak standing stood Stories sure Tale Tales talk tell thing thought Thousand Three told took town trouble turned waiting walked WEIR wish wonder young
Page 15 - Our Soldiers, or ANECDOTES OF THE CAMPAIGNS AND GALLANT DEEDS OF THE BRITISH ARMY DURING THE REIGN OF HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. By WHG KINGSTON. With Frontispiece.
Page 15 - Three Shillings and Sixpence plain ; Five Shillings coloured. Bear King (The) : a Narrative confided to the Marines by JAMES GREENWOOD. With Illustrations by ERNEST GRISET. Small 4to. Familiar Natural History. By Mrs. R. LEE. With 42 Illustrations by HARRISON WEIR. *,* Also in Two Vols., entitled "British Animals and Birds,"
Page 10 - Modern British Plutarch (The), or LIVES OF MEN DISTINGUISHED IN THE RECENT HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY FOR THEIR TALENTS, VIRTUES, AND ACHIEVEMENTS. By WC TAYLOR, LL.D.
Page 12 - DARNELL'S LARGE POST COPY-BOOKS; A Short and Certain Road to a Good Handwriting. 16 Nos., 6d. each. Being a Series of SIXTEEN COPY BOOKS, by GEORGE DARNELL, the first ten of which have on every alternate line appropriate and carefully written copies in Pencil-coloured Ink, to be first written over and then imitated, the remaining numbers having Black Head-lines for imitation only, THE WHOLE GRADUALLY ADVANCING FROM A SIMPLE STROKE TO A SUPERIOR SMALL HAND.
Page 20 - These Lyrics are selected and composed for children who are too young to sing operatic or romantic songs or too old for those founded on nursery tales. The melodies are all of a suitable compass, so that the voices may not be injured by practice at an early age."— Extract from Preface.
Page 127 - Come, Sleep, O Sleep, the certain knot of peace. The baiting-place of wit, the balm of woe, The poor man's wealth, the prisoner's release, The indifferent judge between the high and low!
Page 19 - Loves of Tom Tucker and Little Bo-Peep. Written and Illustrated by THOMAS HOOD. Spectropia, or SURPRISING SPECTRAL ILLUSIONS, showing Ghosts everywhere, and of any colour. By JH BROWN. Upside Down : a Series of Amusing Pictures from Sketches by the late W.
Page 4 - BROMFIELD. Cloth, gilt edges Golden Words for Children, FROM THE BOOK OF LIFE. In English, French, and German. A set of Illuminated Cards in Packet Or bound in cloth interleaved, price 2s.
Page 10 - Every-Day Things, or USEFUL KNOWLEDGE RESPECTING THE PRINCIPAL ANIMAL, VEGETABLE, AND MINERAL SUBSTANCES IN COMMON USE. Second Edition, revised. 18mo, Is. Gd. cloth. " A little encyclopaedia of useful knowledge, deserving a place in every juvenile library.
Page 9 - Gaultier's Familiar Geography. With a concise Treatise on the Artificial Sphere, and two coloured Maps, illustrative of the principal Geographical Terms. Sixteenth Edition. 1 6mo, 3s. cloth. Butler's Outline Maps, and Key, or GEOGRAPHICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL EXERCISES ; with a Set of Coloured Outline Maps, designed for the use of Young Persons. By the late WILLIAM BOILER.