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CHUMS.

UNIFORM IN SIZE AND PRICE WITH THIS VOLUME.

5s. each, or with gilt edges 5s. 6d., illustrated by eminent Artists.

ADVENTURES OF HANS STERK, THE SOUTH AFRICAN HUNTER AND PIONEER. BY COLONEL DRAYSON, Author of "The Gentleman Cadet," &c. "From first to last, it is full of life and variety, and will also give boys some knowledge of the people of South Africa and their mode of life."-Nonconformist.

THE GENTLEMAN CADET: His Career and Adventures at the Royal Academy, Woolwich. By LIEUT.-COLONEL DRAYSON.

WILTON OF CUTHBERT'S: A Tale of Undergraduate Life Thirty Years Ago. By the REV. H. C. Adams.

HAIR-BREADTH ESCAPES; or, The Adventures of Three Boys in South Africa. By the REV. H. C. ADAMS. Second Edition.

HOME LIFE IN THE HIGHLANDS. BY LILIAS GRAEME. With illustrations by C. O. MURRAY.

"A charming book; the real highland atmosphere breathes throughout; the descriptions have all the effect of being taken from the life."-Athenæum.

JOHN DEANE OF NOTTINGHAM, HIS ADVENTURES AND EXPLOITS: a Tale of the Times of William of Orange and Queen Anne. By W. H. G. KINGSTON. New Edition.

"Full of exciting adventures, capitally told."-Literary Churchman.

OUT ON THE PAMPAS; or, The Young Settlers. By G. A. HENTY, Author of "The Young Franc Tireurs," &c.

THE YOUNG FRANC TIREURS, and their adventures during the FrancoPrussian War. Second Edition. By G. A. HENTY, Special Correspondent of the Standard.

"Abounds with thrilling adventures and hairbreadth escapes, and when once begun will be eagerly read to its close."-Daily Review.

TALES OF THE SARACENS.

By BARBARA HUTTON.

TALES OF THE WHITE COCKADE. BY BARBARA HUTTON.

"A most pleasant and well-written narrative of the Stuarts in their exile.""A history as romantic as any novel.”—Saturday Review.

Times.

GRIFFITH & FARRAN, WEST CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON.

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"THE UNFORTUNATE BOY CAME TUMBLING HEAD FOREMOST."

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