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edges. Dalton'» (W.) Lont in Ceylon; the Story oi a Boy's and Girl's
Adventures in the Woods and Wilds of the Lion King
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Kingston's (W. H. G.) True Blue, or, THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES
OF A BRITISH SEAMAN OF THE OLD SCHOOL.
Will Weatherhelm, or, THE YARN OF AN OLD SAILOR
ABOUT HIS EARLY LIFE.
Neptune's Heroes, or THE SEA KINGS OF ENGLAND, FROM HAWKINS
TO FRANKLIN. By W. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS.
“We trust Old England may cver have writers as ready and able to interpret to her children the noble lives of her greatest men." -Athenæum.
Little Gipsy (The). By ELIE SAUVAGE. Translated by ANNA
BLACKWELL. Profusely illustrated by ERNEST FRÖLICH. Small
4to, price 58.; extra cloth, gilt edges, 6s. Merry Songs for Little Voices. The words by Mrs. BRODERIP ;
set to music by THOMAS MURBY. With 40 Illustrations,
Fcap. 4to, price 5s. Stories from the Old and New Testaments. By the Rev. B. H.
DRAPER. With 48 Engravings. Fifth edition, price 5s.
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Alda Graham; and her Brother Phillip. By EMILIA MARRYAT
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IN THE RECENT HISTORY OF OUR COUNTRY FOR THEIR TALENTS,
VIRTUES, AND ACHIEVEMENTS. By W. C. TAYLOR, LL.D. Oak Staircase (The), or THE STORIES OF LORD AND LADY DESMOND,
A Narrative of the Times of James II. By M. & C. LEE,
Authors of “Rosamond Fane,” etc.
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Phiz, Pinwell, Tom Hood, Keyl, etc. Aunt Jenny's American Pets. By CATHERINE C. HOPLEY, Author
of “Life in the South,” etc. Small Post Svo. Blind Man's Holiday, or SHORT TALES FOR THE NURSERY. By
the Author of “Mia and Charlie.” Broderip (Mrs.) Crosspatch, the Cricket, and the Counterpane :
a Patchwork of Story and Song.
Tiny Tadpole, AND OTHER TALES.
WORLD DESCRIBED. By J. Aspin. Distant Homes, or THE GRAHAM FAMILY IN NEW ZEALAND. BY
Mrs. I. E. AYLMER. Early Days of English Princes. By Mrs. RUSSELL GRAY. New
and enlarged edition, Echoes of an Old Bell, AND OTHER TALES OF FAIRY LORE. By
the Hon. AUGUSTA BETHELL. Facts to Correct Fancies, or SHORT NARRATIVES OF REMARKABLE
WOMEN. Faggots for the Fireside, or TALES OF FACT AND Fancy. By
PETER PARLEY. Fairy Land, or RECREATION FOR THE RISING GENERATION, in Prose
and Verse. By Thomas and Jane Hood. Illustrated by T. HOOD, Jun. Second edition.
“ These Tales are charming. Before it goes into the Nursery, we recom
mend all grown-up people should study . Fairy Land.'”- Blackwood. Feathers and Fancies, or STORIES FROM THE REALMS OF FANCY.
By the Hon. AUGUSTA BETHELL, Garden (The), or FREDERICK'S MONTHLY INSTRUCTION FOR THE
MANAGEMENT AND FORMATION OF A FLOWER GARDEN. With
Illustrations by SOWERBY. 6s. coloured. Granny's Wonderful Chair, AND ITS TALES OF FAIRY TIMES. By
FRANCES BROWNE. Hacco the Dwarf, or THE TOWER ON THE MOUNTAIN, and other
Tales. By LADY LUSHINGTON.
“ Enthusiasm is not our usual fashion, but the excellence of these stories is so greatly above the average of most clever tales for the play-room, that we are tempted to reward the author with admiration."-Athenæum.
Happy Home (The), or THE CHILDREN AT THE RED HOUSE. By
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TRAVELLERS IN THE LAND OF THE CZAR.
IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS.
“With the exception of Capt. Marryat, we know of no English author who will compare with Mr. Kingston as a writer of books of nautical adventure."- Illustrated News.
Lee (Mrs.) Anecdotes of the Habits and Instincts of Animals.
Fourth Edition. Fcap. 8vo.
and Fishes. Second Edition,
SPENCER IN THE BUSH AND THE WILDs. Third Edition. The African Wanderers, or THE WANDERINGS OF CARLOS
AND ANTONIO; embracing interesting Descriptions of the Manners and Customs of the Western Tribes, and the Natural Productions of the Country. Fourth
Edition. Fcap. 8vo. Almeria's Castle, or My EARLY LIFE IN INDIA AND ENGLAND. By
“The Authoress has a very graphic pen, and brings before our eyes, with singular vividness, the localities and modes of life she aims to describe.”
London Review. Kit Bam, the British Sinbad, or THE YARNS OF AN OLD MARINER,
By MARY COWDEN CLARKE. Fcap. 8vo. My School Days in Paris. By MARGARET S. JEUNE. With
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Author of “Helen in Switzerland,” etc. Second Edition. Our Old Uncle's Home; AND WHAT THE BOYS DID THERE.
Mother CAREY. With Illustrations by WALTER CRANE. Rosamond Fane, or THE PRISONERS OF ST. JAMES. By MARY and
CATHERINE LEE. Authors of “Lucy's Campaign." Second
Edition. The Triumphs of Steam, or STORIES FROM THE LIVES OF Watt,
ARKWRIGHT, AND STEPHENSON. Fourth Edition. The Whispers of a Shell, or STORIES OF THE SEA. By FRANCES
FREELING BRODERIP. Wild Roses, or SIMPLE STORIES OF COUNTRY LIFE. By FRANCES
FREELING BRODERIP, Young Governess (The); a Tale for Girls, By the Author of
“Gerty and May."
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