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By Sarah K. Bolton. Eight Portraits.

SHORE AND SEA. Stories of Great Vikings and Sea
Captains. By W. H. Davenport Adams. Ten Illustrations.

GREY HAWK : Life and Adventures among the Red
Indians. An Old Story Retold. By Dr. James Macaulay,
Author of "ThrilHng Tales," "All True," "Wonderful Stories,"
etc. With Eleven Illustrations.

LAUNCHING AWAY; or, Roger Larksway's Strange
Mission. With Frontispiece. By the Author of " The Pioneer
of the Family," etc.

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^L an. 90. Ct}a5et'0 "log Cabin'' Scries.

I.

No7v Ready. 2'^th Edition, completing T.jist Thousand,

FROM LOG CABIN TO WHITE HOUSE ; The Story of

President Garfield's Life. In paper boards, illustrated covei", with fine steeD
portrait, is. ; in cloth, is. 6d. ; gilt edges, 2s. ; cloth gilt, 2s. 6d^ and 3s 6d.5
illustrated edition, gilt edges, 5s.

" One of the most romantic stories of our time." — British Quarterly Review.

II.

THE PIONEER BOY, and HOW HE BECAME PRESI-
DENT ; The Story of the Life of Abraham Lincoln. Many of the details
of this work were furnished by President Lincoln himself, and by his early
associates and friends. Cheap Edition. Sixteenth Thousand, 3s. 6d., with
Portrait.

" Mr. Thayer is not merely a biographer, a compiler of dry details, but he invests his subject with
a halo of delightful romance, and the result is as pleasing as the most imaginative book of fiction. So
cleverly has the author done his work, that the result is a combination of pictures from the life of this
great man, with humorous anecdote and stirring narrative." — Society.

III.

GEORGE WASHINGTON: His Boyhood and Manhood,

Cheap Edition. Tenth Thousand, 3s. 6d., with Steel Portrait.

"The character of Washington was a very noble one, and his life may well be taken as an example
b}^ bf-ys. The biography is written in a lively and plea^ant tone, and without any of the dryness
which is too often the accompaniment of this form of literature. While the details are all strictly
historical, the characters are made to live and breathe." — Stafidard.

IV.

FROM THE TANYARD TO W^HITE HOUSE ; The

Story of President Grant's Life. AYith portrait and illustrations. Nine-
teenth Thousand. Crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. and 2s. 6d.

" General Grant's romantic and noble story is here popularly told with great effectiveness. Mr.-
Thayer seems destined to be the popular historian of American presidents — Washington, Lincoln, and
Garfield have already been portrayed by his pen, and now in General Grant he has found a hero
second to none of them. He has many high qualifications for his task. The book is on* «S Bomauti^:
and enthralling mlGv&si." — British Quarterly Review.

BY THE SAME AUTHOR.
TACT, PUSH, AND PRINCIPLE ; A Book for those who

wish to Succeed in Life. Fourteenth Thousand. Crown Svo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

" A ver J' interesting book, which may stimulate manj' a young nature of the ardentlj* practical kind
to steady and determined exertion." — Daily Telegraph.



CAPITAL FOR W^ORKING BOYS. Chapters on

Character Building. Py J. E. M-Conaughy, Crown Svo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

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Stories at 30, 60.



FIVE LITTLE PEPPERS, AND HOW THEY GREW.

By Margaret Sidnky. With humorous Illustrations. Crown
8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

" One of the brightest and most cheerful books we have ever read. Full of
fun and life." — Christian World.

COST WHAT IT MAY. By Mrs. E. E. Hornibrook. With
Illustrations. Crown Svo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

•' Among the cartloads of boneless, nerveless fiction that are tumbled out of
our modern presses, it is truly refreshing to meet with such a charming book
as this. It is really a gem of literature worthy to be possessed both by young
men and maidens." — Christian.

CANDALARIA. A Heroine of the Wild West. By Mrs.
J. A. Owen, Author of " Our Honolulu Boys," etc. With Eight
Full-page Illustrations. Crown Svo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

"A pleasantly-written story of love and adventure, with a charming
heroine." — Bradford Observer.

A SON OF THE MORNING. By Sarah Doudney. With
Frontispiece. 3s. 6d.

" It is a work of high art, of high literary quality, full of high feeling,
knowledge of human nature, keen insight into human character. It is quite
a gem of a novelette, and will be a favourite, not with young readers alone
and not with one set alone." — School Board Chronicle.

WHEN WE WERE GIRLS TOGETHER. By the same
Author. With Four Full-page Illustrations. Crown Svo, cloth,
3s. 6d.

"A clever story. From first to last the interest is well sustained." — City Press.

EUNICE. By the Author of ''Christie Redfern's Troubles," etc.
With Eight Illustrations. Crown Svo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

" A very bright and pretty story. The characters are well individualised,
and Mrs. Stone is really good." — Academy.

FREDERICA AND HER GUARDIANS; or, The Perils
of Orphanhood. By the same Author. Cheaper Edition.
Crown Svo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

••A sweet, pure, and beautiful story." — Sheffield Independent.

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Atones at 3s. 6D.

A LITTLE SILVER TRUMPET. By L. T. Meade. With
Twelve Illustrations by T. Pym. Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.
" A delightful book, delightfully illustrated," — Siotsviaji,

NOBLE, BUT NOT THE NOBLEST. By Marie Hall.
Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.

"The picture is skilfully drawn, with tender touches and with artistic
lights. We heartily commend it. To those who have read the author's pre-
vious stories of ' The Dying Saviour and the Gipsy Girl,' ' Andrew Marvel,'
etc., this is scarcely necessary." — British Qiiat-terly Review.

** A more elegantly written, graceful, and powerful story the present season
has not yielded us." — Freeman.

THE DYING SAVIOUR AND THE GIPSY GIRL, and
other Tales. By the same Author. Sixteenth Thousand.
Crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

*' The stories are gracefully written : they are marked by good feeling and)
refined taste, and the moral conveyed by them is unexceptionable." — Spectator.

OLIVER WYNDHAM. A Tale of the Great Plague. By
the Author of " Naomi ; or, The Last Days of Jerusalem," etc„
Fifteenth Thousand. Crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

THE BOY IN THE BUSH A Tale of Australian Life.
By Richard Rowe. With Illustrations. Crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.

** Young lads will feel the narrative of the dash and courage of colonial
boys of from ten to fourteen to be exhilarating reading." — School Board
Chronicle.



DAVID LIVINGSTONE : The Story of his Life and
Labours \ or, The Weaver Boy who became a Mis-
sionary. By H. G. Adams. With Steel Portrait and Thirty
Illustrations. Sixty-first Thousand. Crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

•'An admirable condensation of 'The Story of the Life and Labours o5
Dr. Livingstone.' Comprehensive in range, abounding in detail, and vividly
presenting the graphic description of the great explorer himself," — Record.

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BY L. T. MEADE.

I.

THE AUTOCRAT OF THE NURSERY. With Forty

Illustrations by T. Pym. Fcap. 410, liandsomely bound, 3s. 6d.

" We have seldom seen a more spirited and delightful story for little
children. ' ' — Guardian.

** A most charming children's story, exquisitely illustrated." — Truth.







"on clothes-horses."



THE ANGEL OF LOVE. A Companion Volume to "The
Autocrat of the Nursery." With Forty Illustrations by T. Pym.
Fcap. 4to, handsomely bound, 3s. 6d.



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THE CHILDREN'S PASTIME: Pictures and Stories.

By L. G. Seguin. With 200 Illustrations. Square crown 8vo,
3s. 6d.

STORY AFTER STORY of Land and Sea, Man and Beast.

By the Author of " Sunday Evenings with my Children,"
etc. With 130 Illustrations. Square crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d.

"For young people this volume must prove quite an attractive mine of
amusement. It will make an excellent prize." — Schoolmaster.
"A most attractive and useful volume for young readers." — Rock.

CHEERFUL SUNDAYS: Stories, Parables, and Poems
for Children. By the same Author. With 150 Illustrations.
Square crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.

" 'Cheerful Sundays' is the title of another volume of religious stories and
verses for children. It is well done, and is excellently illustrated." — Scotsman.
"A good book for Sunday reading for little ones." — Standard.

OUR BROTHERS AND SONS. By Mrs. G. S. Reaney.
Fifth Thousand. Elegantly bound, 3s. 6d.

" One of her best books, written in excellent English, and with a racy,
earnest pen." — Evangelical Magazine.

HERMIE'S ROSEBUDS, and other Stories. By L. T.

Meade. With Illustrations. Handsomely bound, 3s. 6d.

THE STORY OF THE LIFE OF JESUS Told in Words
Easy to Read and Understand. By the Author of " The
Story of the Bible," etc. With Forty Illustrations. Handsomely
bound, fcap. 4to, cloth, is. 6d.

"An excellent Sunday book for children; the story is tenderly and
brightly told, the pictures of Eastern life and Jewish manners form an
effective running commentary on the text, which is interspersed besides with
graphic views of the sacred cities, sites, and scenery." — Times.

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Cbe Jtip Stories-

Handsomely bound in cloth, 2s., gilt edges, 2s. 6d., illustrated.

THE RED HOUSE IN THE SUJBURBS. By Mrs.

O'Reilly, Author of " Meg's Mistake," etc. With Twenty-six
Illustrations by F. A. Fraser.

THE WINTHROP FAMILY. A Story of New England
Life Fifty Years Ago. By the Author of " May Chester,"
etc.

COMRADES. A Story. By Sarah Tytler. With Illustrations.

IN THE FORT. By the same Author. With Frontispiece by
J. Finnemore.

LYLE HARCOURT. By A. E. W., Author of " Soldier Harold,"
etc. With Four Illustrations.

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. With Four Illustrations. By Harriet
Beecher Stowe.

THE PRINCE OF THE HOUSE OF DAVID; or, Three
Years in the Holy City. Edited by the Rev. Professor
J. H. Ingraham. With Five Illustrations.

STRAWBERRY HILL. By Clara Vance, Author of "Andy
Luttrell," etc. With Four Illustrations.

TALBURY GIRLS. By the same Author. Four Illustrations.

THE JUDGE'S SONS. A Story of Wheat and Tares.

With Four Illustrations.



BARBARA. A Story of Cloud and Sunshine. By Clara
Vance. Four Illustrations.



SUKIE'S BOY. A Story by Sarah Tytler, Author of "Com-
rades,' " In the Fort," etc. With Four Illustrations.

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