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Page 12 - Seventh Thousand. Talking Bird (The), or THE LITTLE GIRL WHO KNEW WHAT WAS GOING TO HAPPEN. By M. and E. KIRBY. Ten of Them, or THE CHILDREN OF DANEHURST. By Mrs. RM BRAY. " Those Unlucky Twins ! " By A. LYSTER. Tiny Stories for Tiny Headers in Tiny Words. Tittle Tattle ; and other Stories for Children. By the Author of " Little Tales for Tiny Tots,
Page 5 - Feathers and Fairies, 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. 6*. coloured. Hacco the Dwarf, or THE TOWER ON THE MOUNTAIN, and other Tales.
Page 13 - 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 10 - Adventures and Experiences of Biddy Dorking and of the Fat Frog. Edited by Mrs. SC HALL.
Page 9 - 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 6 - British History Briefly Told (The), AND A DESCRIPTION OF THE ANCIENT CUSTOMS, SPORTS, AND PASTIMES OF THE ENGLISH. Clara Hope, or THE BLADE AND THE EAR. By Miss MILNER.
Page 8 - Mark Seaworth; a Tale of the Indian Ocean. „ Peter the Whaler; HIS EARLY LIFE AND ADVENTURES IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS.
Page 2 - The Three Lieutenants ; or, NAVAL LIFE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. * „ The Three Commanders; or, ACTIVE SERVICE AFLOAT IN MODERN TIMES. *