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In 2 Vols.
In 2 Vols. 219.
A WINTER IN SWEDEN AND SUMMER IN ROME,
BY SELINA BUNBURY,
Author of “Life in Sweden," "Rides in the Pyrenees," &c.
“This, out of the numerous books written by Miss Bunbury, is decidedly the most interesting, and will be read with great pleasure by all into whose hands it may fall.”—Evening Post.
“This, out of the numerous books written by Miss Bunbury, is decid dly the mostinteresting.”—Mercury.
". Lady Flora is a pleasing romance, containing much that is inter. esting."-Bell's Messenger.
In 1 Vol. Price 108. 6d.
"A very readable and pleasant book, which may be cordially recommended. Miss Nisbett's first novel justifies us in encouraging her to write another."-Athenæum.
“A succession of love stories simply and prettily told.”—Spectator. “A concise and pretty tale.”—Liverpool Albion.
In 2 Vols.
RE VIVE D.
BY FRANK TROLLOPE
Author of "An Old Man's Secret, " Broken Fetters," &o.
" Books descriptive of the times of chivalry have ever been read with avidity. In these days of sensational trash and immoral tendencies, which please for the hour but will bear no after reflection, it is quite refreshing to meet
with an author who can revive old times, and that too, pleasantly. Those who can remember when Sir Walter Scott wrote The Talisman' and 'Ivanhoe,' will also remember the anxiety that was universally manifested to read and when read to talk about them in every society for months, nay, we may say for years. If Mr. Trollope's new novel, 'Old Times Revived,' be not as axiously enquired for as were “The Talisman' and Ivanhoe,' it will not be from lack of equal interest, but because there are now such an enormous number of novels daily issued; for we feel assured that Old Times Revived' will stand out in bold relief, and be read and talked about and remembered when the great bulk of others published will be buried 'in the tomb of all the Capulets.' Scarborough Mercury.
“A pleasing, well-told tale.”—Liverpool Albion.
GEOFFREY SINGLETON'S MISTAKE.
IN THREE VOLUME 8.
CAPTAIN ARTHUR GRIFFITHS,
250. y. 129