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Railway Garden, a, 629
Ramble round France, 693
Rambles in Search of Wild Flowers,

838
Readings for the Aged, 862
Real Stories from Many Lands, 721
Recent Discoveries on the Temple

Hill, 331
Red and White, 413
Redgauntlet, 476
Regent Rosalind, 198
Revellers, the, 344
Rhoda's Reward, 113
Richard Nelson, 268
Ride to Khiva, 736
Rival Heirs, 383
Road to the North Pole, 720
Robert Ord's Atonement, 561
Robinson Crusoe, 116
Robin Tremayne, 428
Rob Roy, 471
Rocky Island, 337
Rome, 755
Rosamond Fane, 457



SPA

Rosamond Ferrars, 187
Rosebud, the, 871
Round Africa, 689
Rudder Grange, 559
Rufus, 521
Runaway, 189
Russia, 710
Ruthieston, 258



CALTASH Story, a, 929

Salt, Sir Titus, Life of, 777

Scapegrace Dick, 165, 460

Scenes in a Children's Hospital, 606

Schonberg-Cotta Family, 493

Schoolboy Baronet, the, 230

Science Gleanings, 855

Scotland, History of, 759

Scripture Half-hour at Mothers'
Meetings, 643

Sea Fights and Land Battles, 729

Sea Monsters and Sea Birds, 842

Seal, the, 263

Second Year in Palestine, a, 333

Secret of a Ball of Wool, 36

Seeketh not her Own, 500, 625

Self Conquest, 104

Sexton's Hero, the, 925

Shadow of the Cross, 338

Shaftesbury, Life of the Earl of, 792

Short Stories for Mothers' Meet-
ings, 597

Short Words for Long Evenings, 640

Sidney Grey, 229

Siege of Lichfield, 443

Silverthorns, 240

Simple Readings on the Minor Pro-
phets, 306

wSinai, 327

Sintram, 358

Sir Humphrey Gilbert, 903

Sir Richard Grenville, 908

Six Cushions, 206

Sketches of Jewish Life, 302

Sketches of Sarawak, 681

Smuts and Diamonds, 22

Snowball Society, 213

Snowdrop's Eggs, 38

Social Economy Reading Book, 650

Song of the Shirt, 909

Songs of Animal Life, 824

Sowing and Sewing, 95

Spain, 716, 744, 751, 756



INDEX



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STA

Star in the Dust Heap, 47
Star Lessons, 846
Star out of Jacob, 286
Steam House, 144
Stedfast Woman, 528
Stephenson, Life of, 786
St. George and St. Michael, 451
Stories and Lessons on the Cate-
chism, 243
Stories and Lessons on the Collects,

266
Stories and Teaching on the Litany,

276
Stories from Heathen Mythology,

512
Stories of Invention, 853
Stories of the Days of King Arthur,

380
Stories of Youth and Childhood, 96
Stories on the Catechism, 244
Stories on the Christian Year, 267
Stories on the Commandments, 247
Stories on my Duty to God, 248
Stories on my Duty to my Neigh-
bour, 249
Stories on the Lord's Prayer, 250
Storm of Life, the, 609
Stormy Life, 415
Story for the Schoolroom, a, 242
Story of a Fellow-Soldier, the, 663,

794
Story of a Happy Home, 219
Story of a Needle, 38
Story of a Short Life, 216
Story of Russia, 741
Story of Salvation, the, 318
Story of the Crusades, 768
Story of the Lost Emerald, the, 591
Story of the Red Cross Knight, the,

346
St. Paul, 316
Straightforward, 684
Straight to the Mark, 160
Studies for Stories, 208
Studies on the Benedicite, 272
Sue and I, 220
Sunday Echoes in Week-day Hours,

265
Sun, Moon, and Stars, 848
Sunshine, 878

Susan Pascoe's Temptation, 103
Sweden and Norway, 717
Sweden, 752
Sweet William, 181



TRI



Swiss Family Robinson, 117
Switzerland, Story of, 743



TABERNACLE, its Priests and

Services, the, 291
Tales for Me to Read to Myself, 4
Tales for Mission Rooms, 598
Tales from Chaucer, 404
Tales illustrating Church History,

372
Tales illustrative of the Apostles'

Creed, 246
Tales of the Bush, 618
Talisman, the, 391
Talks about the Laws, 772
Talks with Uncle Richard about

Wild Animals, 826
Tangled Web, a, 420
Tanglewood Tales, 511
Tappy's Chicks, 829
Teachings for the Little Ones on

the Catechism, 253
Temple, its Ministry and Services,

303
Ten Years among the Coloured

Folk, 671
Ten Years in Melanesia, 679
Third Standard, the, 39
Thorn Fortress, the, 77, 498
Three Martyrs of the Nineteenth

Century, 666
Three Stories for Working Girls,

Through Rough Waters, 504
Through the Looking-glass, 583
Through the Telescope, 953
Through Trial to Triumph, 570
Till the Doctor Comes, 648
Tim's Basket, 57
Tip Cat, 226

Tom Brown's Schooldays, 133
Tom Tumbletoes and the Cow, 939
Tower of London (Ainsworth), 427
Tower of London, Stories of, 770
Tracts on Church Principles, 864
Travels of Two Kits, 470
Treasure Island, 132
Treasury of the Psalms, 319
Trial, the, 540
Tried and True, 615
Triumphs of the Cross, 361
Trixy, 207



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True Gold, 602

Truth in Tale, 348

Tumble-down Dick, 10

Turner, Life of, 785

Turning Points of English Church
History, 813

Turning Points of General Church
History, 812

Twenty Thousand Leagues under
the Sea, 139

Twilight of Life, 868

Two Bulls, the, 943

Two Christmas Stories, 624

Two Guardians, the, 195

Two of England's Wars, 771

Two Poor Old Women, 633

Two Swords, the, 455

Two Thousand Years Ago, 486

Two Watches, the, 59

Two Ways of Looking at it, 529

Two Years in the Region of Ice-
bergs, 740



TJNCLE Henry*s Present, 43

Uncle Ivan, 101
Uncle Max, 575
Under the Lilacs, 64
Under the Storm, 454
Under the Mendips, 465
Unknown to History, 435
Ursula, 546



Y ALLEY Mill, the, 519

Valour and Enterprise, 724
Vantage-ground for Doing Good, a,

568
Vast Army, 342
Venables, Bishop, Life of, 669
Vision of the Holy Child, 350



WALKS from Eden, 282

Walrus, the, and the Carpen-
ter, 916
Wanderings of ^neas, 517
Wanted, a Letter Carrier, 933
Wars of the Jews, 308
Washington, Life of, 798
Watchers on the Longships, 611



YUS

Water Babies, the, 584

Waterton's Wanderings, 734

Waverley, 475

Way of the Cross, the, 651

Ways and Means in a Devonshire

Village, 645
Wee Willie Winkie, 607
Well in the Desert, the, 401
West Indies, 713
Westward Ho ! 436
What a Man Soweth, 608
When I was a Little Girl, 190
White Chapel, the, 83
White Gipsy, the, 184
White Rose of Langley, 411
White Satin Shoes, 44
White's Selborne, 841
Wider World, a, 667
Wild Animals of the Bible, 844
Wild Animals of the Tropics, 843
Wild Thyme, 102
Wilkie, Sir David, and his Works,

789
Will's Voyages, 162
Wings and Stings, 61
With the Birds, 825
With Wolfe in Canada, 478
Wolf, 40

Wonderful Tune, the, 937
Wood Cart and other Tales, the, 41
Woodstock, 459
Work-a-day World, 641
World before the Flood, the, 295
World's Birthday, the, 289
World's Lumber Room, 851
Wow Wow, 942
Wreck of the ' Magpie,' 922
Wynnes, the, 196



YEAR in Palestine, a, 332

York and a Lancaster Rose,
179
Yorkshire Butcher, a, 940
Young Breton Volunteers, 507
Young Crusoe, the, 120
Young Philistine, a, 571
Young Stepmother, the, 542
Young Six Foot, 617
Youth's Companion, 884
Yussuf the Guide, 168



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