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BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
TEN OF THEM; or, the Children of Danehurst. Illustrated.
Cloth elegant, 2s. 6d. “Mrs Bray's is a book full of humour and kindness, and the joy of dventurous boyhood."-Saturday Review, "A very bright and pleasant story for young children."-Aunt Judy. " It will be greatly appreciated by boys."-Dundee Advertiser.
SILVER LININGS; or, Light and Shade. With Illustrations
by A. H. Collins. Cloth, 4s. 6d.; or gilt edges, 5s. “Is a pretty story." -Athenæum. "A sweet and wholesome story of English life."-Scotsman. “ It is pleasant and interesting throughout."-Christian World. "A thoroughly good book for girls. Fresh and wholesome."-Pall Mall Gazette.
“This is a charming and touching story to place in the hands of young people."-Art Journal.
“Mrs Bray is well known as a skilful writer of books for children." Academy
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E. P. DUTTON AND Co., New York,