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The Canon's Ward.
Walter s Word.

By WILL PAYNE.
Jerry the Dreamer.

By Mrs. CAMPBELL PRAED.
Outlaw and Lawmaker. I Mrs. Tregaskiss.
Christina Chard.

By E. C. PRICE.
Valentina. I Foreigners. | Mrs. Lancaster s Rival.

By RICHARD PRYCE.
Miss Maxwell's Affections.

By CHARLES READE.



Peg Wofflngton ; and
Christie Johnstone.

Hard Cash.

Cloister A the Hearth.

Never Too Late to Mend

The Course of True
Love Never Did Run
Smooth ; and Single-



Love Me Little, Love

Me Long.

The Double Marriage.
Foul Play.
Put Yourself in His

Place.

A Terrible Temptation.
A Simpleton.



A Woman Hater.

The Jilt. & otherStories j
& Good Stories of Man
and other Animals.

A Perilous Secret.

Readiana ; and Bible
Characters.



heart andDonbleface.
Autobiography of a
Thief; Jack of all
Trades ; A Hero and
a Martyr ; and The
Wandering Heir.
Griffith Gaunt.

By Mrs. J. H. RIDDELL.
Weird Stories.

By AMELIE RIVES.
Barbara Bering.

By F. W. ROBINSON.
The Hands of Justice. | Woman in the Dark.



CHATTd & WINDUS, tii St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C.



THB PICCADILLY (3/6) NOVELS continued.
By W. CLARK RUSSELL.



Round the Galley-Fire.
In the Middle Watch.
On the Fb'k'sle Head.
A Voyage to the Cape.
Boot for the Hammock.
Mysteryof 'Ocean Star'
The Romance of Jenny

Harlowe.
An Ocean Tragedy.



My 1 Shipmate Louise.
Alone onWideWide 8ea.
The Phantom Death.
Is He the Man ?
Good Ship 'Mohock.'
The Convict Ship.
Heart of Oak.
The Tale of the Ten.
The Last Entry.



By DORA RUSSELL.

A Country Sweetheart. \ The Drift of Fat.

By HERBERT RUSSELL.
True Blue.

By BAYLB ST. JOHN.
A Levantine Family.

By ADELINE SERGEANT.

Dr. Endfcott s Experiment.

By HAWLEY_SMART.
Without Love or Licence. '



The Matter of RatlikeUy.
Long Odds.



TVe Outsider.
Beatrice & Benedick.
A Racing Rubber.



By T. W, SPEIGHT.

A Secret of the Sea. I A Minion of the Moon.
The Grey Monk. I The Secret of W yvein

The Master of Trenanc* I Towers.

By ALAN ST. AUBYN.



A Fellow of Trinity.
The Junior Dean.
Master of St. Benedict'*.



In Face of the World.

Orchard Damerel.

The Tremleit Diamonds.



To his Own Maste.

By JOHN STAFFORD.

Doris and I.

By RICCARDO STEPHENS.

The Cruciform Mark.

By R. A. STERN DALE.
The Afghan Knife.

By R. LOUIS STEVENSON.

The Suicide Club.

By BERTHA THOMAS.

Proud Maisie. | The Violin-Player.
By ANTHONY TROLLOPE.
The Way we Live Now. I Scarborough's Family.
Fran FTohmann. | The Land-Learners
By FRANCES E. TROLLOPE.
Llko Ships upon the I Anne Furness.
Sea. | Mabel's Progress.



By IVAN TURGENIEFF, &c.

Stories from Foreign Novelists.

By MARK TWAIN.



Mark Twain* Choice

Works.
Mark Twain's Library

of Humour.

The Innocents Abroad.
Roughing It ; and The

Innocents at Home.
A Tramp Abroad.
TheAmerican Claimant.
Ad'ventnresTomSawyer



Tom Sawyer, Detective.
Pudd'nhead Wilson.
The Gilded Age.
Prince and the Pauper.
Life on the Mississippi.
The Adventures of

Huckleberry Finn.
A Yankee at the Court

of King Arthur.
Stolen White Elephant.
1.000,000 Banknote.



Tom Sawyer Abroad.

By C. C. FRASER-TYTLER.

Mistress Judith.

By SARAH TYTLER.



Lady Bell.
Buried Diamonds.
The Blackball Ghosts.



The Macdonald Lass.
The Witch Wife.



By ALLEN UPWARD.

The Queen against Owen | The Prince of Balkistan.
By E. A. VIZETELLY.

The Scorpion : A Romance of Spain.

By CY WARMAN.

The Express Messenger,

By WILLIAM WESTALL.

Sons of Belial.

By ATHA WESTBURY.

The Shadow of Hilton Fernbrook.

By C. J. WILLS.
An Easy-going Fellow.

By JOHN STRANGE WINTER.
Cavalry Life and Regimental Legends.
A Soldier's Children.

By MARGARET WYNMAN.
My Flirtations.

By E. ZOLA.
The Fortune of the Rongons.
The Abbe Mouret's Transgression.



The Downfall,
The Dream.
Dr. Pascal.

Money. | Lonrdes.
By



A Nineteenth Century Miracle.



The Fat and the Thin.
His Excellency.
The Dram Shop.
Rome. | Paris.

z z. r



CHEAP EDITIONS OF POPULAR NOVELS.



rose ovtyuiubutuuu uuaras, zs. eacn.

By ARTEMUS \VARD. By SHELSLEY BEAUCHAMP.


Artemus Ward Complete.
By EDMOND ABOUT.

The Fellah.


Grantley Grange.
By Sir W. BESA

Ready- Money Mortiboy
My Little Girl.


NT and J. RICE.

By Celia's Arbour.
Chaplain of the Fleet.


By HAMIL

Oarr of Carrlyon.

By Mrs. AL


TON AIDE.

Confidences.

EXANDER.


With Harp and Crown.
This Son of Vulcan.
The Golden Butterfly.
The Monks of Thelema.


The Seamy Side.
The Case of Mr. Lucraft.
In Trafalgar's Bay.
The Ten Years' Tenant.


Maid, Wife, or Widow ?


A Life Interest.


By Sir WALTER BESANT.


Blind Fate.


Mona's Choice.


All Sorts and Condi-


Ths Bell of St. Paul's,


Valerie's Fate.


By Woman's Wit.


tions of Men.


The Holy Rose.


By GRAN

Phlllstla. | Babylon.
Strange Stories.


T ALLEN.

Dumaresq's Daughter.
Duchess of Powysland.


The Captains' Room.
All In a Garden Fair.
Dorothy Forster.
Uncle Jack.


Armorel of Lyonessc.
S.Kathcrines by Tower.
Verbena Camellia Bte-
phanotis.


For Maimle's Sake.
In all Shades.


Blood Royal. [piece-
Ivan Greet's Master.


The World Went Very
Well Then.


The Ivory Gate.
The Rebel Queen.


The Beckoning Hand.
The Devil's Die.


The Scallywag.
This Mortal Coil.


Children of Gibeon.


Beyond the Dreams of


The Tents of Shem.
The Great Taboo.


At Market Value.
Under Sealed Order*.


For Faith and Freedom.
To Call Her Mine.


The Revolt of Man.
In Deacon s Orders.


By B. LESTER ARNOLD.


By AMBROSE B1ERCE.


Para the Phoenician.


In the Midst of Life.


BY FRANK BARRETT.


By FREDERICK BOYLE.


Fettered for Life.
Little Lady Llnton.


A Prodigal's Progress.
Found Guilty.


Camp Notes. 1 Chronicles of No man'*
Savage Life. 1 Land.


Between Life & Death.


A Recoiling Vengeance.


BY BRET HARTE.


Bin of Olga Zassoullch.


For Love and Honour.


Caltfornlan Stories.


Flip. I Marnja.


Folly Morrison.


John Ford. &c.


Gabriel Conroy.


A Phyllis of the Sierras


Lieut. Barnabas,


Woman of Iron Brace 't*


Luck of Roaring Camp.


A Waif of the Plains.


Honest Davi,


The Harding Scandal.


An Heiress of Red Dog.


Ward of Golden Gate.



CHATTO & WINDUS, ttt St. Martin's Lane, London, W.C.



TWO-SHILLING NOVELS continued.
By HAROLD BRYDGES.

Uncle Sim at Home.

By ROBERT BUCHANAN.



The Martyrdom of Ma-
deline.

The New Abelard.
The Heir of Linne.
Woman and the Man.
Rachel Dene. | Matt.
Lady Kilpatrick.



Shadow of the Sword.
A Child of Nature.
God and the Man.
Love Me for Ever.
Foxglove Manor.
The Master of the Mine.
Annan Water.

By BUCHANAN and MURRAY.

The Charlatan.

By HALL CAINE.

The Shadow of a Crime. I The Deemster.
e> Son of Eagar. |

By Commander CAMERON.

The Cruise of the ' Black Prince.'

By HAYDEN CARRUTH.

The Adventures of Jones.

By AUSTIN CLARE.

For the Love of a Lass.

By Mrs. ARCHER CLIVE.

Paul Ferroll.

Why Paul Ferroll Killed his Wife.

By MACLAREN COBBAN.

The Care of Souls. | The Red Sultan.

By C. ALLSTON COLLINS.

The Bar Sinister.
By MORT. & FRANCES COLLINS.



Sweet Anne Page.
Transmigration.
From Midnight to Mid

night.
A Fight with Fortune.

By VVILKIE COLLINS.



Sweet and Twenty.
The Village Comedy.
You Play me False.
Blacksmith and Scholar
Frances.



Armadale. | AfterDark.

No Name.

Antonina.

Basil.

Hide and Seek.

The Dead Secret.

Queen of Hearts.

Miss or Mrs. ?

The New Magdalen.

The Frozen Deep.

The Law and the Lady



My Miscellanies.
The Woman in White.
The Moonstone.
Man and Wife.
Poor Miss Finch.
The Fallen Leaves.
Jezebel 3 Daughter.
The Black Kobe.
Heart and Science.
1 1 Say No I '
The Evil Genius.
Little Novels.
Legacy of Cain.
Blind Love.



The Two Destinies.
The Haunted Hotel.
A Rogue's Life.

By M. J. COLQUHOUN.

Every Inch a Soldier.

By DUTTON COOK.

Leo. I Paul Foster's Daughter.

By C. EGBERT CRADDOCK.

The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains.
By MATT CRIM.

The Adventures of a Fair Rebel.

By B. M. CROKER



Village Tales and Jungle

Tragedies.
Two Masters.
Mr. Jervis.
The Real Lady Hilda.
Married or Single 7



Pretty Miss Neville

Diana Barrington.

To Let. 1

A Bird of Passage.

Proper Pride.

A Family Likeness.

By W. CYPLES.
Hearts of Gold.

By ALPHONSE DAUDET.

The Evangelist ; or, Port Salvation.

By ERASMUS DAWSON.

The Fountain of Youth.

By JAMES DE MILLE.

A Castle in Spain.

By J. LEITH DERWENT.

OUT Lady of Tears, | Circe's Lovers.



In the Grip of the Law
From Information Re-
ceived.

Tracked to Doom.
Link by Link
Suspicion Aroused.
Dark Deeds.
Riddles Read.



By DICK DONOVAN.

The Man-Hunter.
Tracked and Taken.
Caught at Last I
Wanted I
Who Poisoned Hetty

Duncan?

Man from Manchester.
A Detective's Triumphs
The Mystery of Jamaica Terrace.
The Chronicles of Michael Danevitch.

By Mrs. ANNIE EDWARDES.

A Point of Honour. | Archie Lovell.

By M. BETHAM-EDWARDS.

Felicia. | Kitty.

By EDWARD EGGLESTON.

r ' By G. MANVILLE FENN.

The New Mistress. I The Tiger Liiv.

Witness to the Deed. | The White Virgin.

By PERCY FITZGERALD.



Bella Donna.
Never Forgotten.
Polly.
Fatal Zero.



Second Mrs. Tillotson.
Seventy - five Brooke

Street.
The Lady of Brantome

By P. FITZGERALD and others.

Strange Secrets.

By ALBANY DE FONBLANQUE.
Filthy Lucre.

By R. E. FRANC1LLON.



King or Knave?
Romances of the Law.
Ropes of Sand.
A Dog and his Shadow.



Olympia.
One by One.
A Real Queen.
Queen Cophetua.

By HAROLD FREDERIC
Seth's Brother's Wife. | The Lawton Girl.
Prefaced by Sir BARTLE FRERE.
Fandurang Hari.

By EDWARD GARRETT.

The Capel Girls.

By GILBERT GAUL.

A Strange Manuscript.

By CHARLES GIBBON.

Robin Gray. In Honour Bound.

Fancy Free. Flower of the Forest.

For Lack of Gold. . The Braes of Yarrow.



What will World'rfay?
In Love and War.
For the King.
In Pastures Green.
Queen of the Meadow.
A Heart's Problem.
The Dead Heart.



The Golden Shaft.
Of High Degree.
By Mead and Stream.
Loving a Dream.
A Hard Knot.
Heart's Delight.
Blood-Money.



By WILLIAM GILBERT.

Dr. Austin s Gueste. I The Wizard of th
James Duke. 1 Mountain.

By ERNEST GLANVILLE.

The Lost Heiress. I The Fossicker.

A Fair Colonist. 1

By Rev. S. BARING GOULD.

Red Spider. | Eve.

By HENRY GREVILLE.

A Noble Woman. | Nik&nor.

By CECIL GRIFFITH.

Corlnthia Marazion.

By SYDNEY GRUNDY.

The Days of his Vanity.

By JOHN HABBERTON.
Brneton s Bayou. | Country Luck.

By ANDREW HALL1DAY.
Every-day Papers.

By THOMAS HARDY t
Under the Greenwood Tre.



CHATTO & WINDUS, in St. Martin's Lane, London, VV.C.



TWO-SHILLINQ NOVELS continued.
By JULIAN HAWTHORNE.



Beatrix Randolph.

Love or a Name.

David Poindexter's Dis-
appearance.

The Spectre of the
Camera.



Oarth.

Eilice Quentln.

Fortune s Fool.

Miss Cadogna.

Sebastian Strome.

Dart,

By Sir ARTHUR HELPS.

Ivan de Biron.

By Q. A. HENTY.

Rujub the Juggler.

By HENRY HERMAN.

A Leading Lady.

By HEADON HILL.

Zambia the Detective.

By JOHN HILL.

Treaion Felony.

By Mrs. CASHEL HOEY.

The Lover s Creed.

By Mrs. GEORGE HOOPER.

The House of Raby.

By Mrs. HUNQERFORD.



The Three Graces
Unsatisfactory Lover.
Lady Patty.
Nora Creina.
The Processor's Experi-
ment.



A Maiden all Forlorn.

In Durance Vile.

Marvel.

A Mental Straggle.

A Modern Circe.

Lady Verner's Flight

The Red House Mysteiy

By Mrs. ALFRED HUNT.

Thornicroft's Model. I Self Condemned.
That Other Person. | The Leaden Casket.

By WM. JAMESON.

My Dead Self.

By HARRIETT JAY.

The Dark Colleen. | Queen of Connaught.

By MARK KERSHAW.

Colonial Facts and Fictions.

By R. ASHE KING.



A Drawn Game.
' The Wearing of the
Green.'



Passion s Slavs.
Bell Barry.



By EDMOND LEPELLETIER.

Madame Sans Gene.

By JOHN LEYS.

The Lindsays.

By E. LYNN LINTON.



Patricia Kemball.
The World Well Lost.
Under which Lord?
Faston Carew.
My Love I '

With a Silken Thread.



The Atonement of Learn

Dundas.

Rebel of the Family.
Sowing the Wind.
The One Too Many.
Dulcie Everton.



By HENRY W. LUCY.

Gideo Fleyce.

By JUSTIN MCCARTHY.



Donna Quixote.

Maid of Athens.

The Comet of a Season.

The Dictator.

Red Diamonds.

The Riddle Ring.



Dear Lady Disdain.
Waterdale Neighbours.
My Enemy's Daughter.
A Fair Saxon.
Linley Rochford.
Miss Misanthrope.
Camiola.

By HUGH MACCOLL.
Mr. Stranger's Sealed Packet.

By GEORGE MACDONALD.

Heather and Snow.

By AGNES MACDONELL.

Quaker Cousins.
By KATHARINE S. MACQUOID.

The Evil Eye. | Lost Rose.

By VV. H. MALLOCK.

A Romance of the Nine- I The New Republic.
Ueuth Century. [



By J. MASTERMAN.

Half a dozen Daughters.

By BRANDER MATTHEWS.

A Secret of the Sea.

By L. T. MEADE.

A Soldier of Fortune.

By LEONARD MERRICK.

The Man who was Good.

By JEAN MIDDLEMASS.

Touch and Go. | Mr. Dorillion

By Mrs. MOLESWORTH.

Hathercourt Rectory.

By J. E. MUDDOCK.



Stories Weird and Won-
derful.
The Dead Man's Secret.



From the Bosom of the
Deep.



By D. CHRISTIE MURRAY.



A Bit of Human Nature.
First Person Mnenlar.
Bob Martin's Little Girl
Times Revengi s.
A Wasted Crime.
In Direst Peril.
Mount Despair
ACapfulo' Nails.



A Model Father.

Joseph s Coat.

Coa'iS of Fire.

Val Strange. | Hearts.

Old Blazer s Hero.

The Way of the World

Cynic Fortune.

A Life's Atonement.

By the Gate of the Sea.

By MURRAY and HERMAN.
One Traveller Returns. The Bishops' Bible
Paul Jones's Alias.

By HENRY MURRAY.

A Game of Bluff. | A Song of Sixpence

By HUME NISBET.

' Bail Up ! ' | Dr.Bernard St. Vincent

By W. E. NORRIS.

Saint Ann's.

By ALICE O'HANLON.

The Unforeseen. | Chance ? or Fate 7

By GEORGES OHNET.
Dr. Rameau. I A Weird Gift.

A Last Love. |

By Mrs. OLIPHANT.

Whiteladies. I The Greatest Heiress In

The Primrose Path. | England.

By Mrs. ROBERT O'REILLY.

Phoebe s Fortunes.

By OUIDA.



Held In Bondage.

Strathmore.

Chandos.

Idalia.

Under Two Flags.

Cecil Castiemaine sGage

Tricotrin.

Puck.

Folle Farlne.

A Dog of Flanden.

Pascarel.

Signa.

Princess Napraxine.

In a Winter City.

Ariadne.

Friendship.

By MARGARET AGNES PAUL.

Gentle and Simple.

By EDGAR A. POE.

The Mystery of Marie Roget.

By Mrs. CAMPBELL PRAED.

The Romance of a Station.

The Soul of Countess Adrian.

Out'aw and Lawmaker.

Christina Chard. | Mrs Tregaskiss

By E. C. PRICE.

Valentlna. I Mrs. Lancaster's Rival

The Foreigner*. | Gerald.

. By RICHARD PRYCE.

Miss MaxweU s Affection*.



Two Lit. Wooden Shoes.
Moths.
Bimbi.
Pipistrello.
A Village Commune.
Wanda.
Othmar
Frescoes.
In Maremma.
Guildei-oy.
Ruffino.
Syrlin.

Santa Barbara.
Two Offenders
Onida's Wisdom Wit
and Pathos.



CHATTO & W1NDUS, in St. Martin's Lane. London, W.C.



TWO-SHILLING NOVELS continued.
By JAMES PAYN.



Bentlnck's Tutor.

Murphy's Master.

A County Family.

At Her Mercy.

Cecil s Tryst.

The Clyffards of Clyffe.

The Foster Brothers.

Found Dead.

The Best of Husbands.

Walter's Word

Halves.

Fallen Fortunes.

Humorous Stories,

200 Reward.

A Marine Residence.

Mirk Abbey

By Proxy.

Under.One Roof.

High Spirits.

Carlyon's Year.

From Exile.

For Cash Only.

Kit.

The Canon Ward.



Tha Talk of the Town.
Holiday Tasks.
A Perfect Treasure.
What He Cost Her.
A Confidential Agent.
Glow-worm Tales.
The Burnt Million.
Sunny Stories.
Lost Sir Massmgberd.
A Woman's Vengeance.
The Family Scapegrace.
Gwendoline s Harvest.
Like Father, Like Son.
Married Beneath Him.
Not Wooed, but Won.
Less Black than We're

Painted.

Some Private Views.
A Grape from a Thorn.
The Mystery of Mir-

bridge.

The Word and the Will.
A Prince of the Blood.
A Trying Patient.



By CHARLES READE.



It Is Never Too Late to

Mend.

Christie Johnstone.
The Double Marriage,
put Yourself in His

Place
Love Me Little, Love

Me Long.
The Cloister and the

Hearth.
The Course of True

Love.
The Jilt.
The Autobiography of



A Terrible Temptation.

Foul Play.

The Wandering Heir.

Hard Cash.

Singleheart and Double-
face.

Good Stories of Man and
other Animals.

Peg Woffington.

Griffith Gaunt.

A Perilous Secret.

A Simpleton.

Readiana.

A Woman-Hater.



a Thief.

By Mrs. J. H. RIDDELL.

Weird Stories. The Uninhabited Honse.

Fairy Wat?r.

Her Mother's Darling.



The Mystery in Palace
Gardens.



The Prince of Wales s The Nun's Curse.
Garden Party. Idle Tales.

By AMEL1E RIVES.
Barbara Dering.

By F. W. ROBINSON.
Women are Strange. I The Woman in the Dark
The Hands of Justice. |

By JAMES RUNCIMAN.
Skippers and Shellbacks. | Schools and Scholars.
Grace Balmaign's Sweetheart.

By W. CLARK RUSSELL.



Round the Galley Fire.

On the Fo k sle Head.

In the Middle Watch.

A Voyage to the Cape.

A Book for the Ham-
mock.

The Mystery of the
1 Ocean Star.'

The Romance of Jenny
Harlowe.

By DORA RUSSELL.

A Country Sweetheart.
By GEORGE AUGUSTUS SALA.

Gaslight and Daylight.

By GEORGE R. SIMS.



An Ocean Tragedy.
My Shipmate Louise.
Alone onWideWide Sea.
The Good Ship ' Mo-
hock. 1

The Phantom Death.
Is He the Man.
Heart of Oak.
The Convict Ship.



The Ring o Bells
Mary Jane's Memoirs.
Mary Jane Married.
Tales of To day.
Dramas of Life.
Tinkletop s Crime.
My Two Wives.

By ARTHUR SKETCHLEY.
A Match in the Dark.

By HAWLEY SMART.



Zeph.

Memoirs of a Landlady.
Scenes from the Show.
The 10 Commandments.
Dagonet Abroad.
Rogues and Vagabonds.



Without Love or Licence,
Beatrice and Benedick.
The Master of Rathkelly.



The Plunger.
Long Odds.



By T. W. SPEIGHT.

The Mysteries of Heron ; Back to Life



Dyke.
The Golden Hoop.
Hoodwinked.
By Devious Ways

By ALAi
A Fellow or Trinity.
The Junior Dean



The LoudwaterTragedy,
Burgo s Romance.
Quittance in Full.
AHual



Master of St.Benedlct's



[usband from the S

ALAN ST. AUBYN.

Orchard Damerel.

In the Face of theWorld,



The TremlettDiamonuJ.



Xo His Own Master.

By R. A. STERNDALE.

The Afghan Knife.

By R. LOUIS STEVENSON.
New Arabian Nights.

By BERTHA THOMAS.
Cressida. I The Violin Player.

Proud Maisie.

By WALTER THORNBURY.
Tales for the Marines. | Old Stories Retold.

By T. ADOLPHUS TROLLOPB.
Diamond Cut Diamond.

By P. ELEANOR TROLLOPE.
Like Ships upon the I Anne Furness.
Sea. | Mabel's Progress.

By ANTHONY TROLLOPS.



Frau Frohmauu.
Marion Fay.
Kept in the Dark.
John Caldigate.
The Way We Live Now.



The Land-Leaguers.
The American Senator.
Mr. Scarborough*

Family.
GoldenLion of Oranpere



By J. T. TROWBRIDGE.

FarnelTs Folly.

By IVAN TURGENIEFF, &c.

Stories from Foreign Novelists.

By MARK TWAIN.



A Pleasure Trip on the



Life on the Mississippi.



The Prince and the
Pauper.

A Yankee at the Court
of King Arthur.

The 1,000,000 Bank-
Note.



Continent
The Gilded Age.
Huckleberry Finn.
MarkTwain s Sketches.
Tom Sawyer.
A Tramp Abroad.
Stolen White Elephant.

By C. C. FRASER-TYTLER.
Mistress Judith.

By SARAH TYTLER.
The Bride s Pass. The Huguenot Family.

Buried Diamonds. The Blackha.ll Ghosts.

St. Mungo's City. What SheCameThrough

Lady Bell. Beauty and the Beast,

Noblesse Oblige. Citoyeune Jaqueline.

Disappeared.

By ALLEN UPWARD.
The Queen against Owen. | Prince of Balkistan.
' God Save the Queen 1 '

By AARON WATSON and LILLIAS

WASSERMANN.

The Marqnis of Carabas.

By WILLIAM WESTALL.

Trust-Money.

By Mrs. F. H. WILLIAMSON.

A Child Widow.

By J. S. WINTER.

Cavalry Life. | Regimental Legends.

By H. F. WOOD.
The Passenger from Scotland Yard.
The Englishman of the Rue Cain.

By CELIA PARKER WOOLLEV.
Rachel Armstrong ; or, Love and Theology.

By EDMUND YATES.
The Forlorn Hope. I Castaway.
Land at Last.



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TWO per CENT, on CURRENT ACCOUNTS, on the minimum
monthly balances, when not drawn below 100.

STOCKS, SHARES, and ANNUITIES purchased and sold for customers.

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.

Small Deposits received, and Interest allowed monthly on
each completed i.

The BIRKBECK ALMANACK, with full particulars, post free.
Telephone No. 5 Holborn. Telegraphic Address : " BIRKBECK, LONDON."

FRANCIS RAVENSCROFT, Manager.

OSBORNE, BAUER & GHEESEMAN'S caEBR ^ r l !



SPECIALITIES.



THE HOT WEATHER.



An elegant Preparation for Improving the
Skin and keeping it Cool and Refreshed.

Agreeable for allaying Irritation
Heat, CHAFING through Exertion or l-.xp..,-
sure to the Sun, at SI-ASIHE, FISHING,
CHICK KT, TENNIS, CYCLING, RIDING
ami UMWING, Prickly Heat, Sun Blisters.
ring Gnat. Mosquito, and Insect
Hit.- Irritations. Metallic Tubes, Is. (post
free, 12 Stamps), of Sole Proprietors.



"THE INCOMPARABLE

SMELLING SALTS"

As supplied to the Queen.
Invaluable in Hot Assemblies.

ALWAYS KFFKKSHIV..

Of great Value in the Sick Room.

Tin best companion atChitrch.Chafel, Hall,
Theatre, Or any )ieated Assembly.

Bottles, 9d., Is., Is. 6d. and 2s. Post
imps) from the Sole Proprietor.



"BABY'S SOAP'

"THE ORIGINAL."

REG.

A superior Mild Soap for Babies,

Children and Adults with

Tender Skin.

Has stood the lest of 30 years.

Invaluable in the Nursery. Delicately per-
fumed with the fragrance of Vi. ,1< -.
Bath. Post free 6 stamps of Sole Proprietors.



BAUER'S

"HEAD (& BATH) SOAP"

A SHAMPOO AT HOME.

CUantes, Strengthens and promotes Growth

of Hair, removes Scurf and produces

healthy action of Skin.

A Superior

BATH AND SHAVING SOAP.

6d. Tablets post free (lor stamps) of Sole

Proprietors.



Sold by all Chemists, Perfumers and Stores. Prepared only by

OSBORNE, BAUER & CHEESEMAN, PE T I H F E u ^gll N ?

Sole Proprietors of "Nafatha Soap" for Tender Feet, "Glymiel Soap," &c.

19, GOLDEN SQUARE, REGENT STREET, LONDON, W.

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TY BANK, Lim



SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL (100,000 Shapes of 4

4,000,000.

PAID-UP CAPITAL (10 on 100,000 Shares), 1-
RESERVED FUND 500, 000|

DIRECTORS.



JOHN CORRY, Esq.

J. HOWARD GWYTHER, Esq.

THOMAS MORGAN HARVEY, Esq.

HENRY HOLMES, Esq.

ISAAC HOYLE, Esq.

SAMUEL JOSHUA, Esq.



ALEX. LAWRIE, Esqj
EMILE LEVITA, Esq[
Sir THOMAS SJ

G.C.M.G., M.P.
JAMES E. VANNER, ff



Head Office (Corner of FINCH LANE) ; JHREAOh

DAVID G. H. POLLOCK and LEWIS S. M. MUNRO, Joint Gener,
HENRY W. SMART, Assistant Manager.
BRANCHES.

ND STREET .. ..34, Old Bond Street . .EDWARD G. Muil

TOTTENHAM COURT RD.I59 and 160, Tottenham

Court Road .. ..FREDK. W. BuRTi."

LUDGATE HfLL .. . .45 and 47, Ludgate Hill . .GEORGE B. BROV
.219 & 221, Edgware Road PERCY CHIPPER,
.6, Sloane Street .. . .RICHARD S. FENN^
.94, Fenchurch Street ..ALFRED JAQUES, .'
.34, Holborn Viaduct ..WM. H. NICHOLL:
.93, Great Eastern Street WM.}. CLILVERD
.713, Queen Victoria St. ..WM. H. HILI.MA.N
.100 and 101, Fore Street. .THOMAS REED,



PADDrNGTON
KNIGHTSBttlDGE..
ALDGATE . .
HOLBORN . ,
OLD STREET



FORE STKEET



BEDFORD ROW ..
OLD KENT ROAD..
OXFORD STEET..
EASTCHEAP
STREATHAM HILL
CftuYDON ..
RICHMOND..
BISHOPSGATE ..



,44, Theobald's Road
.280, Old Kent Road
.106, Oxford Street
.20, Eastcheap
.103, Streatham Hill

..North End ..

.,21, Hill Street



SHAFTESBORY AVENUEi 3 8, Shaftes'bury Avenue 'l. w'. STUBBER

' " ' ..WM. B. HARRisor
..HENRY TIPPER, '
..JAMES F. GOMME;
..JOSEPH S. BEVINIJ
..RICHARD M. HEA
..THOMAS WOOD,

.,_., FREDK. G. LATH/

..140 & 141, Bishopsgate St. ALFRED M. MART
Secretary HENRY W. LAMB.

CURRENT ACCOUNTS are kept in conformity with the practice of Loi
In cases where a remunerative Balance is not maintained, a charge fo
le. Parties keeping Current Accounts have the facility of hav
Bills discounted ; of obtaining Loans upon negotiable Securities ; of dt ;
Coupons, iVc., for collection; and of lodging with the Bank Deeds and i
property in the Fireproof Strong Rooms for safe custody.

DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS. Money, in amounts of 10 and upwards, is
the public generally, subject to 7 days' notice of withdrawal, and Inter'
thereon at ihe currenc rate of the day ; the Bank notifying any change
Interest by Advertisement in one or more of the leading London newsj:
money be withdrawn within a fortnight no Interest is allowed. Pt
Current Accounts can transfer any portion of their Credit Balance to De _
THK AGENCY OF COUNTRY AND FOREIGN BANKS, whether Joint Stock '



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