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UNIFORMLY printed in 18mo, with Vignette Titles by J. E. MILLAIS,
“Messrs. Macrnillan have, in their Golden Treasury Series, especia'ly pro
vided editions of standard works, volumes of selected poetry, and original compositions, which entitle this series to be called classical. Nothing can be better than the literary execution, rothing more elegant than the material workmanship.”—BRITISH QUARTERLY Review.
THE GOLDEN TREASURY OF THE BEST SONGS
AND LYRICAL POEMS IN THE ENGLISH LAN.
THE CHILDREN'S GARLAND FROM THE BEST
POETS, Selected and arranged by COVENTRY PATMORE. THE BOOK OF PRAISE. From the best English Hymn
Writers. Selected and arranged by LORD SELBORNE. A New and Enlarged Edition.
John ed by
THE FAIRY BOOK; the Best Popular Fairy Stories. Selected,
and rendered anew by the Author of "" John HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN.”
A delightful selection, in a delightful external form; full of the physical splendour and vast opulence of proper fairy tales."-SPECTATOR.
THE BALLAD BOOK. A Selection of the Choicest British
Ballads. Edited by WILLIAM ALLINGHAM.
THE JEST BOOK. The Choicest Anecdotes and Sayings.
Selected and arranged by MARK LEMON.
THE GOLDEN TREASURY SERIES.
BACON'S ESSAYS AND COLOURS OF GOOD AND
EVIL. With Notes and Glossarial Index. By W. ALDIS WRIGHT, M.A. “The beautiful little edition of Bacon's Essays, now before us, does credit
to the taste and scholarship of Mr. Aldis Wright."-SPECTATOR.
THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS from this world to that
which is to come. By John BUNYAN.
“A beautiful and scholarly reprint.”-SPECTATOR. THE SUNDAY BOOK OF POETRY FOR THE
YOUNG. Selected and arranged by C. F. ALEXANDER. “A well-selected volume of sacred poetry."-SPECTATOR.
A BOOK OF GOLDEN DEEDS of All Times and All
Countries. Gathered and Narrated Anew. By the Author of “TAE HEIR OF REDCLYFFE.”
To the young, for whom it is especially intended, as a most interesting collection of thrilling tales well told; and to their elders as a useful handbook of reference, and a pleasant one to take up when their wish is to while away a weary half-hour. We have seen no prettier giftbook for a long time."-ATHENÆUM.
THE ADVENTURES OF ROBINSON CRUSOE,
Edited, from the Original Edition, by J. W. CLARK, M.A.,
Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. THE REPUBLIC OF PLATO, TRANSLATED into ENGLISH,
with Notes by J. LL. DAVIES, M.A., and D. J. VAUGHAN, M.A. “A dainty and cheap little edition."-EXAMINER.
THE SONG BOOK, Words and Tunes from the best Poets
and Musicians. Selected and arranged by John HULLAH, Professor of Vocal Music in King's College, London. "A choice collection of the sterling songs of England, Scotland, and Ire
land, with the music of each prefixed to the words. How much true wholesome pleasure such a book can diffuse, and will diffuse, we trust, through many thousand families."-EXAMINER.
LA LYRE FRANÇAISE. Selected and arranged, with Notes,
by GUSTAVE Masson, French Master in Harrow Schoul.
“A perfect gem of a book. The best and most healthy book about boys
for boys that ever was written.”-ILLUSTRATED TIMES.
A BOOK OF WORTHIES. Gathered from the Old Histories
and written anew by the Author of “THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFE. “ An admirable addition to an admirable series."-WESTMINSTER REVIEW.
A BOOK OF GOLDEN THOUGHTS. By HENRY ATT.
WELL, Knight of the Order of the Oak Crown. “Mr. Attwell has produced a work of rare value. . Happily it is small enough to be carried about in the pocket, and of such a companion it would be difficult to weary.”—PALL MALL GAZETTE.
GUESSES AT TRUTH. By Two BROTHERS. New Edition.
THE CAVALIER AND HIS LADY. Selections from the
Works of the First Duke and Duchess of Newcastle. With an Introductory Essay by EDWARD JENKINS, M.P., Author of “Ginx's Baby,” &c. “A charming little volume."-STANDARD.
THEOLOGIA GERMANICA. Edited by Dr. PFEIFFER,
from the only complete Manuscript yet known. Translated from the German by SUSANNA WINKWORTII. With a Preface by the Rev. Charles Kingsley, and a Letter to the Translator by the Chevalier Bunsen, D.D.
SCOTCH SONG. A Selection of the Choicest Lyrics of Scot.
land. Compiled and arranged, with brief Notes, by Mary CARLYLE AITKIN.
“The book is one that should find a place in every library, we had almost said in every pocket."-SPECTATOR.
MILTON'S POETICAL WORKS. Edited, with Introduc
tion, Notes, and Memoir, by Professor Masson. With Two Portraits. Two Vols. “By far the best and handiest edition of Milton yet published."-_DAILY
DEUTSCHE LYRIK : The Golden Treasury of the best Ger
man Lyrical Poems. Selected and arranged, with Notes and Literary Introduction, by Dr. BUCHHEIM. “A book which all lovers of German poetry will welcome."-WESTMINSTEH
THE GOLDEN TREASURY SERIES.
HERRICK : Selections from the Lyrical Poems. Arranged, with
Notes, by F. T. PALGRAVE. “For the first time the sweetest of English pastoral poets is placed within
the range of the great world of readers."- ACADEMY.
POEMS OF PLACES. Edited by H. W. LONGFELLOW.
England and Wales. Two Vols. "A very happy idea, thoroughly worked out by an editor who possesses
every qualification for the task.”-SPECTATOR.
MATTHEW ARNOLD'S SELECTED POEMS.
(Also a Large Paper Edition. Crown 8vo. 128. 6d.) “A volume which is a thing of beauty in itself.”—PALL MALL GAZETTE.
THE STORY OF THE CHRISTIANS AND MOORS
IN SPAIN. By C. M. YONGE, Author of “The Heir of Redclytse." With Vignette by HOLMAN Hunt.
LAMB'S TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE. Edited by
the Rev. A. AINGER, M.A., Reader at the Temple.
POEMS OF WORDSWORTH. Chosen and Edited, with
Preface, by MATTHEW ARNOLD. (Also a Large Paper Edition.
SHAKESPEARE'S SONNETS. Edited by F. T. PALGPAVE.
POEMS FROM SHELLEY. Selected and arranged by
STOPFORD A. BROOKE, M.A. (Also a Large Paper Edition.
ESSAYS OF JOSEPH ADDISON. Chosen and Edited
by John RICHARD GREEN, M.A. LL.D.
SELECTIONS FROM BYRON.
duction, by MATTHEW ARNOLD.
Edited, with an Intro.
MACMILLAN & CO., LONDON.