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surprising they have not long ago wandered into a modern English
dress. To say that they will at once be accorded a place in the
library beside the hallowed version of old is to say all that need be
said in their praise." — London Athcsneum.

y^HE DRAGON OF WANTLEY. His Rise,
J- His Voracity, and His Downfall. A Romance. By

Owen Wistar. Illustrated by Mr. John Stewardson.

8vo. Cloth, gilt top. ;^2.oo.
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plot. Suffice it to say that there is the prettiest and freshest of love
episodes woven through the mistletoe leaves of a hearty Christmas
story; that the Baron of Wantley, the Monks of Oyster-le-Main,
Elaine, and Geoffrey, and Uttle Whelpdale the Buttons, and Old
Popham the Butler, — that all these and a score more are the most
laughable and lovable characters that we have encountered in fiction
this many a day. In Mr. John Stewardson, Mr. Wistar has had an
artistic collaborator born. The humorous pen-and-ink work which
illustrates the text and adds to the fun of almost every page opens
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N BOTH SIDES. By Frances Courtenay
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IDE HIND THE BLUE RIDGE, By Frances
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SHOCKING EXAMPLE, By Frances

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AR IN THE FOREST. By S. Weir Mitchell,

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OVELS BY MISS CAREY.



But Men Must Work.
Sir Godfrey's Granddaughters.
Mary St. John.
Heriot's Choice.
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The Search for Basil Lyndhurst.
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Wee Wifie. Only the Governess.

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T EAVES FROM THE LIFE OF A GOOD-

■«-— ' FOR-NoTHiNG. Translated by Mrs. A. L. Wister. From

the German of Joseph F. von EichendorfF. Handsomely

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OVELS OF E. MARLITT.



It is through the delightful translations of Mrs. A. L. Wister
that the novels of this celebrated German author have become so
popular in America. They have now been profusely illustrated with
characteristic full-page drawings from the original German editions,
and include the following volumes :
'Old Mam'selle's Secret. , Countess Gisela.
At the Councillor's. In the Schillingscourt.

The Second Wife. The Bailliff's Maid.

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The Owl's Nest. >The Little Moorland Prin-

cess.
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other volumes." — Albany jfournal.

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esteem, and this is something to be thankful for. There are two
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J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANrS FICTION.



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RS. A. L. WISTER'S TRANSLATIONS

FROM THE German. |i.oo per volume.

Countess Erika's Apprenticeship. By Ossip Schubin
•* O Thou, My Austria !" By Ossip Schubin
Erlach Court. By Ossip Schubin
The Alpine Fay. By E. Werner
The Owl's Nest. By E. Marlitt
Picked Up in the Streets. By H. Schobert
Saint Michael. By E. Werner
ViOLETTA. By Ursula Zoge von Manteufel
The Eichhoffs. By Moritz von Reichenbach
A New Race. By Gola Raimund
Castle Hohenwald. By Adolph Streckfuss
Margarethb. By E. Juncker
Too Rich. By Adolph Streckfuss
A Family Feud. By Ludwig Harder
Thh Green Gate. By Ernst Wichert
Only a Gikl. By Wilhelmine von Hillern
Why Did He Not Die? By Ad. von Volckhauser
The Lady with the Rubies. By E. Marlitt
Vain Forebodings. By E Oswald
A Penniless Girl. By W. Heimburg
Quicksands. By Adolph Streckfuss
Banned and Blessed. By E. Werner
A Noble Name. By Clare von Gliimer
From Hand to Hand. By Golo Raimund
Severa. By E. Hartner
HuLDA. By Fanny Lewald
^„.^The Bailiff's Maid. By E. Marlitt
In the Schillingscourt. By E. Marlitt
Countess Gisela. By E. Marlitt
At the Councillor's. By E. Marlitt
The Second Wife. By E. Marlitt
The Old Mam'selle's Secret. By E. Marlitt
Gold Elsie. By E. Marlitt
The Little Moorland Princess. By E. Marlitt

l2mo. Attractively bound in cloth. Thirty-four volumes in
twenty-three. Sold only in sets. ;^30.oo per set.

" Mrs. A. L. Wister, through her many translations of novels from
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literary judgment, and for a long time her name upon the title-page
of such a translation has been a sufficient guarantee to the lovers of
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cherished home favorite. This faith in Mrs. Wister is fully justified
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ment. And to the exquisite judgment of selection is to be added the
rare excellence of her translations, which has commanded the
admiration of literary and linguistic scholars." — Boston Homeyournal.



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