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D. Aypletoii S^ Co.'s Publications.

MISS SEWELL'S WORKS.
Margaret'' PERCiVAL :

A TALE.
Edited by the Rev. Wm. Sewell, B. A. Two vols. 12mo. paper cover $1. Cloth
$1 51). Forming Nos. 23 and -^i " Appleton's Literary Miscellany."

' We liave read it from beginning to end with great interest, and trust we are wiser and
better ("or tlie perusal, wiser at least in the knowledge of duty, and better -.n invi^'ora'.ed
resolutions and hopes."

GERTRUDE :

A TALE.
Edited by the Rev. W. Sewell, B. A. 12rao. cloth 75 cts. paper cover 50 cts.
" The author of this elegant narrative has unfolded a profound accquaintance with ilie
human heart ; and has successfully adapted her knowledge to the illustration of the va
rions principles of female conduct, as developed in ordinary life. We know of but few
books of this class which are more worthy of attentive perusal by young women, than
Gertrude." — Courier and Enquirer.

III.

AMY HERBERT:

A TALE

Edited by the Rev. W. Sewell, B. A. One volume 12mo. Cloth 75 cents, papei
cover 50 cents.

" A sweet and graceful volume, written professedly for the young, which must give
pleasure to all who peruse it. The author is a lady who should make herself known, so
that her name, like those of Mrs. HofHand, Edgeworth, &c., might pass among families
as a household word of endearment."

LANETON PARSONAGE:

A TALE.

Edited by the Rev. W. Sewell, B. A. 12mo. cloth 75 cents. Paper cover "^0 cents

" Highly as we value both ' Gertrude' and ' Amy Herbert,' we prefer the present work

to either of them. It professes to be a Child's Tale, and it is a tale of children ; but it is

also a tale of and for parents, few of whom might not improve in their fitness for that re-

ation by studying it diligently.'



MISS M'INTOSH'S WORKS.

TWO 'lives,

OR

TO SEEM AND TO BE.

By Maria J. M'Intosh, Author of "Conquest and Self Conquest," "Praise and
Principle," etc. 1 vol. 12mo., paper cover 50 cts. cloth 75 cts,

'The previous works of Miss M'ln'.osh, although issued anonymously, have been
popular in the best sense of the word. The simple beauty of her narratives, combining
pure sentiment with high principle, and noble views of life and its duties, ought to win
for them a hearing at ev"ery lire-'de in car land. We Have rarely perused a tale more in
teresting and instructive than tne one before us, and we commend it most cordially to the
ettenlion of all our readers " — Prut. Churchnian.

AUNT KITTY'S TALES.

By Maria J. M'Intosh. A new edition, comulete in one vol. 12mo.
This volume contains the following interesting stories, " Blind Alice," ' .Tessie Gra-
ham," " Florence Arnott," " Grace and Clara," "Ellen Leslie; or, The Rewara ol
«5e If -Control.



D. Apple (on 4' Co.'s Fuhli cations.



EPISCOPAL BOOKS,

AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.

Tlie Publisliers, with a view to circulating more extensively lire follow-
ing sterling Church publications, have concluded on a reduction of 20 lo 33
per cent, on the nsual cost. The attention of the cler;,'y and laity is re-
spectfully invited to the works named in the following list:

A'KEMPIS of the Imitation of Christ. ItSmo. SI ; reduced to "octs.
BURN'ET'S History of the Reformation. Edited by Dr. Nares, best

eililion, 23 portraits. 4 vols. 8vo. §


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