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Sister's Love, A [Girls' Own Annual, v. i] ................................ 255iJ

Sisters of Duesbury Dee, by Agnes Giberne [Quiver, v. 21] .......... 3 2 9i.T

Six Months at the Cape, or Letters to Periwinkle from South Africa

[Diamond Fields, Kaffirs, &c.], by R. M. Ballantyne ......... 459X

Six to Sixteen, by Juliana Horatia Ewing ................................. 656X

SKENE (F. M. F., Serial Writer about 1843) =



More than Conqueror 3291!

One Life Only [Quiver]... 3287}



Still and Deep [Quiver, v. 18] 3288J
Tried, a Tale [Quiver, v. 14] 3284]"



Raymond [Quiver, v. 19] 3289J

Sketch Book [Broken Heart, &c], by Washington Irving. 657, 669 and 67oX

Sketches by " Boz," by Charles Dickens 348, 390 and 2933X

SKETCHLEY (Arthur [Rev. G. Rose]), Brown Papers 2972X

Slave Captain's Escape [Boys' Own Annual, v. 3] 2953J

Slaves of Paris, by Emile Gaboriau I987X

SLICK (Sam) See Halliburton (Thomas Chandler).

Slings and Arrows, by Hugh Conway 2294X

Slip in the Fens [Living Age, v. ir6] 3H 6 J

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SMA ENGLISH SECTION. SOL

SMALL (William), Village Blacksmith [Argosy, v. 47] 47l

Small Beer Chronicles [All the Year Round, v. 8] i;68J

Small House at Allington, by Anthony Trollope 1048 and Ui6X

See also Cornhill Magazine, v, 6, 286J. Harper's Magazine, v. 25, i6osj .

SMART (Hawley, Society and Sporting Novelist, &V.) :



Breezie Langton ............. I9Q6X

Courtship in 1720 and in

1860 ......................... I825X

False Start



Great Tontine ................ 2297X



Master of Rathkelle 3 144X

Outsider 3I7&X

Race for a Wife [Tern. Bar] 1358!

Saddle and Sabre 329iX

Social Sinners iQSgX



Hard Lines 1827X1 Sunshine and Snow 2OIQX

SMEDLEY (Francis Edward, b. 1818, d. 1864) :

Fortunes of the Colville I Harry Coverdale's Courtship

Family I455 X I 1050, 1453 & 2743X

Frank Fairleigh 1454 & 2742X j Lewis Arundel 22O7X

SMITH (Alexander, Scotch Poet, b. 1830, d. 1867), Alfred Hagart's

Household [Good Words, v. 6] 2176)

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

SMITH (Agnes), Glenmavis [a Society Tale] i83oX

SMITH (Mrs. Castle). See Brenda.

SMITH (Charlotte, Poet, &c. , b. 1749, d. 1806), Romance of Real Life I456X

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.
SMITH (Miss Hannah). See Stretton (Hesba).
SMITH (Horace, Poet, &c., b. 1779, d. 1849) :

Adam Brown I459X| Brambletye House I458X

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

SMITH (Mrs. M. E.), Pity of It [Society, Politics, &c.] . 58gX

SMITH (Shirley, Novelist, &c) :

His Last Stake 1909 & 2O25X | Redeemed 556X

SMOLLETT (Tobias G., Historian, &c. t b. 1721, d. 1771) :



Adventures of an Atom... io6iX
Count Fathom, &c .......... IO 57X



Humphrey Clinker.. 1061 &



Peregrine Pickle, &c IO53X

Roderick Random. ..1051 and io63X
Sir Launcelot Greaves IO59X



N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

Smuggler, The, by George Payne Rainsford James 2625 and

Smugglers and Foresters, by Rosa Mackenzie Kettle 1 37 1 X

Smuggling Adventure, by the Rev. A. N. Malan[B. Own An. v. 10] 2960}

SMYTHIES (Mrs. Yarick), Breach of Promise 27S6X

Snarleyyow, or the Dog Fiend, by Capt. Fred. Marryat 795, 802 and 2325X
Snatched from Prison Doors, by Emma Leslie [G. Own An., v. 4] 2554!

Snow-Bound at Eagle's, by Bret Harte 2I7OX

Snow Idyll, by William Black [Good Words, v. 30] 22OOJ

Snow Image, and other Twice Told Tales, by Nathaniel Hawthorne 2893X
Snow- Shoes and Canoes, or the Early Days of a Fur Trader in the

Hudson Bay Territory, by William II. G. Kingston 7o6X

So as by Fire, an Irish Tale * 559^

So Runs the World away, by Mrs. A. C. Steele [Once a Week, v. 20] 2280}

Social Sinners [Racing, &c.], by Hawley Smart

Soldier Born, A, or the Adventures of a Subaltern of the 95th in the

Crimea and Indian Mutiny, by Major Percy Groves

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Soldier of Fortune, by Henry Curling

Soldier's Fortune [Tales of First French Revolution], by Anne Marsh I368X

Soldier's Story, by C. M. Archibald [Boys' Own Annual, v. 9] ....... 29597

Soldiers' Stories and Sailors' Yarns, a Book of Mess-table Drollery,

Reminiscences Picked up Ashore and Afloat, by Officers,

Naval, Military and Medical ......................................... i46iX

Soldiers Three, Stories by Rudyard Kipling ............................... 339X

Some of our Fellows, a School Story, by Rev. T. S. Millington ....... 2952}

Some One Else, by B. M. Croker .................... '. ...................... ... 3o;9X

Something" to his Advantage, by Rev. T. S. Millington [L. H., 36] 2646!
Something 1 to Read, Vol. L, comprising seven complete Stories

by Mrs. Henry Wood ................................................... 2323X

Something to Read, Vol. II., comprising seven complete Stories,

by Miss M. E. Braddon [Mrs. John Maxwell] .., ............... 2324X

Son Christopher, an Historiette, by Harriet Martineau [O. a W. , v. 9] 22697
Son of his Father, by Mrs. Oliphant .......................... . ................ 3M6X

Son of the Constable of France, or the Adventures of Jean De

Bourbon, by William II. G. Kingston ............................. 344X

Son of the Soil, by Mrs. Oliphant [Macmillan's Magazine, v. 9] ...... 939J

- See also Living Age, v. 80, 3iioJ.

Sons and Daughters [Blackwood's Magazine, v. 147] .................... 2I 7j

Sophy, or the Adventures of a Savage, by Violet Fane .................. 568X

See also Time Magazine, v. 3, 1493.7.
South Sea Whaler, a Story of the Loss of the Champion and the

Adventures of her Crew, by William H. G. Kingston ..........

SOUVESTRE (Emile, French Novelist, b. 1806, d. 1854), Brittany

and La Vendee, Tales and Sketches .............................. I462X

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.
Sow Well and Reap Well, Book for the Young, by T. S. Arthur ...... 452X

Sowers not Reapers, by Harriet Martineau ................................. 78oX

Sower's Reward [Leisure Hour, v. 19] ....................................... 262gJ

Spanish Match, or Charles Stuart at Madrid [Religious Persecutions,

1 6th Century], by William Harrison Ains worth ................. 68X

Spanish Novelists, translated from the Originals, with Critical and

Biographical Notice by Thomas Roscoe ............................ 1 2O5X

Speculations, or the Glen Luna Family, by Amy Lothrop ........... 2674X

SPEIGHT (Thomas W., Serial Write



Brought to Life [C. J., 43] I948J
Dead Reckoning [C. J.,66] 1966)
For Himself Alone [L. A,] 3i86J



Mysteries of Heron Dyke . . . 29J
Old Way and the New [C. J.] I96 4 J
One Woman's History [C. J.] I96ij



Mr. Esholt's Young Wife.. ig65j | Two Days in a Lifetime

SPENCE (Caroline Ellen), Author's Daughter

SPENDER (Emily), Restored [a Tale of Cornwall] 23i6X

SPENDER (Mrs. John Kent. Novelist, &><:.) :

Gabrielle de Bourdaine ... 52 iX | Lady Hazleton's Confessions I5I2J

Spendthrift, a Tale of 1782, by William Harrison Ainsworth 71 and 25o6X

SPETTIGUE (Jane H.), The Gregors., a Cornish Story 2i3oX

Spiders of Society, by Florence Marryat [now Mrs. Lean] 3293X

Splendid Spur [Civil Wars, 1642-3, &c.], by Hall Caine 3HOX

Spoilt Guy, the Story of a Child, by Darley Dale [Sunday Magazine] 2469J

Spring Comedies [Various Stories], by Lady Barker i2i6X

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;SPR ENGLISH SECTION. STE

Springliaven, by Richard Dodridge Blackmore 205QX

See also Harper's New Monthly Magazine, v. 72, 16523.

'Spuytenduyvel Chronicle [an American Tale] i46jX

,Spy [American War of Independence, 1775-84], a Tale of the Neutral

Ground, by James Fenimore Cooper 291, 316 and 2557X

Squire Arden, by Mrs. Margaret Oliphant I59 r ^

'Squire Lisle's Bequest, by Anne Beale [Leisure Hour, v. 30] 2640!

'Squire of Sandal Side, by Amelia E. Barr i883X

Squire's Legacy, by Mary Cecil Hay 22O3X

STABLES (Gordon, Serial Writer for Boys, &c.) :

Cruise of the Snowbird [Boys' Own Annual, v. 3] 2953J

Family of Boys, and How they were Started in Life [C. F. M.]... 2363J
For England, Home, and Beauty, a Tale of the Navy, Ninety

Years Ago [Boys' Own Annual, v. 10] 2960!

Man in a Million, a Tale of the Indian Ocean [C. F. M., v. 15].. 23647

On Special Service, a Naval Story [Boys' Own Annual, v. 7] 2 957j

Our Home in the Silver West, a Story of Struggle and Adventure 2962}

Stanley O'Grahame, Boy and Man [Boys' Own Annual, v. 5] 2 955j

Wild Adventures round the Pole, or the Cruise of the Arrandoon. 29547

'STAEL-HOLSTEIN (Mdme.de, Swiss Writer, b. 1766, </. 1817),
Delphine [a Correspondence during the French Revolution,

1790] I2 7oX

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

Stanley Brereton, by William Harrison Ainsworth 59X

:Stanley O'Grahame, Boy and Man, by Gordon Stables [B. O. A., 5] 2955]
iStar Chamber, The [Days of James I., i;th Century], by William

Harrison Ainsworth 8iX

.Star of the Settlement, Tale of the Diamond Fields, by Verne. 2957} and 2O35X

iStarling, a Scotch Story, by Norman Macleod 2O3iX

See also Good Words, v. 8, 21787. Living Age, v. 93, 31237.

Steam-House (i) Demon of Cawnpore ; (2) Tigers and Traitors,

by Jules Verne IO44X

-STEBBING (Grace, Serial Writer for the Young, &c.) :

Brave Geordie, the Story of an English Boy 282oX

Provide Things Honest, or Those two young Hills [G. O .A., v. 3] 25537

STEELE (Mrs. A. C.), So runs the World away [Once a Week, v. 20] 228qJ

.Steep Tarpeian Death [Boys' Own Annual, v. 3] 29537

Stella, by Leslie Keith [Keith Johnstone] [Time Magazine, v. 8] 14987

Step in the Dark, by Kate Eyre [Cassell's Family Magazine, v. 13]... 23627

"Step-Mother, The, by George Payne Rainsford James 2645X

Stephen Akroyd's Guerdon, by J. Jackson Wray [Quiver, v. 22] 32927

Stephen Archer, and other Tales, by George Macdonald 1 54OX

Stephen Mainwaring's Wooing, with other Fireside Tales, by

Emily S. Holt 2O72X

Stephen Mitchell, a Florida Story, by S. S. Robbins [L. H., v. 27]. 2637J
STEPHENS (Mrs. A. S., American Authoress, 1831), Fashion and

Famine, an American Tale 2745X

Stepping Heavenward, by Elizabeth Prentiss 2017 and 2866X

Stern Chase, A, by Mrs. Cashel Hoey [All the Year Round, v. 56].. i8i6J
STERNE (Lawrence, Divine and Humourist, b, 1713, d. 1768) :

Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. ..1651?, 1464 & 2253X

Sentimental Journey through France and Italy I465X

N.B. Sec also the General Catalogue for this Author.

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Steven Lawrence, Yeoman, by Mrs. Annie Edwards [T. B., v. 20].. I35oj

STEVENS (John), Paul, the Spanish Sharper 228oX

STEVENSON (Robert Louis, Miscellaneous Writer, drc.) :



Black Arrow 22QOX

Dynamiter 3 22 9 X

Master of Ballantrae.3iio&
Merry Men



Prince Otto [Longman, v. 5] 895J
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll

and Mr. Hyde 2226X

Treasure of the Franchard... 891}
fJ.Ti.~Sfe also the General Catalogue for this Author.

STEWART (Andrew), One False Step 3330^1

STEWART (Miss E. M.), Lillias Davenant [a Tale of Derbyshire].. 2744X

Stiffnecked Generation, by L. B. Walford 3*54^

See also Blackwood, v. 143, 2i3j.

Still and Deep, by F. M. F. Skene [Quiver, v. 18] 3288}'

STIRLING (M. C.), Grahams of Invermoy [Scotch Highlands] ...
STIRLING (M. C.) and CRAIK (G. M.), Two Tales of Married

Life, Hard to Bear and A True: Man 1836 and

Stirring" Stories of Peace and War by Sea and Land [Chinese

Gordon, Paul Jones, Siege of Gibraltar, &c.], by J. Macaulay 3O44X.
STOCKTON (Frank R.), Casting away of Mrs. Leeks and Mrs.

Aleshine [Century Magazine, v. 10] i882j

STODDART (JaneT.), In Cheviot Glens [a Scotch Tale] 236sX

STONE (William L.), Tales and Sketches [Witch Tales, &c.] I468X

Stone Edge, by Lady Verney [Cornhill Magazine, v. 15] 295J

Stork's Nest, or Pleasant Reading from the North, collected by

J ohn Fulford Vicary 2O93X

Stories from the History of Italy, by Anne Manning 2966X

Stories of an Old Bohemian Life 65oX

Stories of English and Foreign Life, by William and Mary Howitt.. 2475X

Stories of Old England, by George E. Sargent 294oX

Stories of the Canadian Forest, or Little Mary and her Nurse

[Squirrels, Snakes, Indians, &c.], by Mrs. Traill 2859X

Stories of the Magicians, by Alfred J. Church 235iX

Stories of the Wild West, by Ascott R. Hope [Every Boy's Annual] i3o8H.

Stories of Vinegar Hill, by Elizabeth Wetherell i647X

Stories of Waterloo [the French Empire, 1815], by W. H. Maxwell 27O3X
Storm of Life, by Hesba Stretton [Miss H. Smith] [G. W., v. 17]... 2i87j

Stormy Waters, by Robert Buchanan 22giX

Story of a City Arab [The Poor, &c.], by George E. Sargent 2942X

Story of a Clever Young Man [Leisure Hour, v. 7] 26i7j

Story of a Diamond, by Miss M. L. Whately [Leisure Hour, v. 16] 2626J

Story of a Family [Living Age, v. 17] 3O47J

Story of a Happy Little Girl [a Tale for Children] 286sX

Story of a Haunted House, by Holme Lee [Living Age, v. 54] 3o84j

Story of a Needle, by A. L. O. E. [Miss Tucker] 24OiX

Story of a Pocket Bible [Sunday at Home, v. 3] 2253]

Story of a Strange Marriage, by Helen Falconer 335 2 ^

Story of an African Farm, by Ralph Iron. 1890 33^3^

Story of Anne Maturin, by Mrs. Oliphant [Scribner's Mag., v. u] i86ij

Story of Carnival, by Mary A. M. Hoppus [Mrs. Alfred Marks] 6i6X

Story of Charles Strange, by Mrs. Henry Wood [Argosy, v. 45] 45T

Story of Elizabeth, by William M. Thackeray [Cornhill Mag., v. 6] 286J

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STO ENGLISH SECTION. SIR

Story of Farquhnrson of Inverey, by Sir Thomas Dick Lauder 225oX

Story of Helen Troy, an American Tale 2846X

Story of Jael, by Baring-Gould [English Illustrated Magazine, v. 5]... I995J

Story of Marie Dumont, by Lady Pollock [Temple Bar Mag., v. 63] 1393.!

Story of Martha Guinnis and Her Son, by Mrs. Crowe 225oX

Story of Penelope, by Emma Jane Worboise [Mrs. E. Guylon] n63X

Story of Sevenoaks, by J. G. Holland [T. Titcomb] [Scribner, v. 9] 1859}

Story of the Crooked Sixpence [Leisure Hour, v. 9] 26197

Story of the Faith in Hungary [Sunday at Home, v. 14] 2864!

Story of the Mine [Sunday Magazine] 2457}

Story of the Plebiscite, told by one of the 7,500,000 who voted Yes

[Franco-German War, I9th Century], by Erckmann-Chatrian 2O92X

See also Cornhill Magazine., v. 24, 3047. Living Age, v. 112, 31427.

Story of Valentine and his Brother, by Mrs. Oliphant [Blackwood, 115] 185}

See also Living Age, v. 120, 3i5oJ.

Story of Waterleigh Mill [Once a Week, v. 13] 2273!

Story of Yves, by Katharine S. Macquoid [Macmillan's Mag., v. 42] 972]

See also Living Age, v. 147, 31777.

STOWE (Mrs. Harriet Beecher, American Novelist, b. 1812) :



Agnes of Sorrento[C'ornh.] 283!
Captain Kidd's Money ... i75iX



Pearl of Orr's Island 2747X

Poganuc People I746X

TT-n-.1,r>. T^*-*-. 't* /"^"Uiti T A An * T A ^rr^X"



Uncle Tom's Cabin ...1469 & I47OX

We and our Neighbours 2 43J

N.B. See also the General
Catalogue for this Author.



Dred I472X

Key to Uncle Tom's Cabin 147 iX
Minister's Wooing, The... i628X
Oldtown Folks ..'...2392 & iSigX

Straight to the Mark [Leisure Hour, v. 28] 2638;

Strange Adventures of a House-boat, by William Black !26iX

Strange Adventures of a Phaeton, by William Black 505^

See also Living Age, v. 112, 31427. Macmillan's Magazine, v. 25, 9557.

See also the sequel, Green Pastures and Piccadilly, 5ojX.

Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert L. Stevenson 2226X

Strange Chapman, a North of England Story, by W. Marshall I7O9X

Strange Disappearance, by A. K. Green , 32o8X

Strange Journey, or Pictures from Egypt and the Soudan, by Rossetti 6o4X

Strange Message, a Scotch Story, by Dora Russell 3 2 94X

Strange Story [Illustrative of Animal, Human and Spiritual Nature],

a Romance, by Lord Lytton 2I4X

See also All the Year Round, v. 5, 17657.

Strange Trip Abroad, by Ascott R. Hope [Boys' Own Ann., v. 9] 2959^

Strange Voyage, by Dora Russell 3228X

Strange Waters, by R. E. Francillon [All the Year Round, v. 38]...

Strange World, by Miss M. E. Braddon [Mrs. John Maxwell]

Stranger in a Strange Land [Mesmerism, &c.], by Lady Clay

Stranger than Fiction, by Joseph Hatton [Gent. Mag., v. 8, N.s.].. 728J

Stranger within the Gates, by Edward Garrett [Quiver, v. 29] 3299 J

Strangers and Pilgrims, by M. E. Braddon [Mrs. Maxwell] I77X

Strangest Journey of my Life, by F. Pigot 2OiiX

Strapmore [Parody on " Strathmore "], by Francis Cowley Burnand 584X

Strathmore, or Wrought by his own Hand, by Ouida[L.DeLaRame] 846X

Strathrowan, a Tale of Modern Life, by M. H i89;X

Streaked with Gold, by R. E. Francillon [Gent. Mag., v. 15, N.S.] 735],

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STRETTON (Hesba [Miss Hannah Smith], Popular Novelist) :

King's Servants

Last of Her Line . . .*.

Little Meg's Children

Little Miss Primrose

Max Kromer [Leis. H.,v. 20]
Mrs. Burton's Best Bedroom
No Place like Home

Also Sunday at Home, v. 28

Pilgrim Street

Storm of Life [G. W., v. 17]
Thorny Path

Also Sunday at Home, v. 26

Through a Needle's Eye

Also Sunday Magazine, v. 14. .



2i8sX

2467]

2337X

23I3X

2628 J

I466X

2345 J

2347]

2465]

2338X



\lone in London

Bede's Charity [R.T.SJ...

Also Sunday at Home, v. 19

Carola

Cobwebs and Cables

Also Sunday Magazine, v. 17

Crew of the Dolphin

David Lloyds Last Will..

Also Leisure Hour, v. 18

Doctor's Dilemma

Also Cassell's Magazine,^. 5
Hester Morley's Promise..
In Prison and Out [S. M.]

Jessica's First Prayer

N.B. See also the General Catalogue for this Author.

Stretton, by Henry Kingsley

STRICKLAND (Miss Jane Margaret, Historical Writer, &Y.,

Sister of A lies'), Adonijah [Jewish Dispersion]

Strictly Tied Up [by Right Hon. A. J. B. B. Hope]

Strife and Peace, or Scenes in Norway, by Fredrika Bremer

Stronger than Death, by Evelyn E. Green [Cassell's Fam. Mag., 13]
Stronger than Fate, by M. B. Whiting [Sunday Magazine, v. 17] ...
Stronger Will, by Evelyn Everett Green [Cass. Fam. Mag., v. 16],

Struggle for Fame, by Mrs. J. H. Riddell

Struggle in Ferrara, by W. Gilbert [Sunday Magazine, v. 6]

Struggles of Able Strong, by Frith [Cassell's Family Mag., v. 15]...
Struggles of Brown, Jones, and Robinson, by Trollope [Cornhill, 4]
STUART (G. B.), Closer than a Brother [All Year Round, v. 61] ...

Studies for Stories, from Girls' Lives, by Jean Ingelow

Studies from Life, by Miss Muloch [Mrs. Craik] 2184 and

STURGIS (Julian R., Serial Writer,
Accomplished Gentleman. 2ii6X
Comedy of a Country

House [Murray, v. 5] ... I465J
Sturmer, a Tale of Mesmerism and other Sketches from Life, by

Isabella F. Romer

Subaltern, The [Peninsular War, 1813, &c.], by Gleig

'Success and how he Won it, by E. Werner

Such a Good Man, by Walter Besant and James Rice

Sukie's Boy, a Story of Trials and Rewards, by Tytler [S. M., v. 3].

See also Living Age, v. 119, 31497.

Summer in Leslie Goldthwaite's Life, by Mrs. Whitney

; Summer Rest, by Gail Hamilton [Mary A. Dodge]

Summer Snow, by Sarah Tytler

SUMMERLY (Felix [Henry Cole], Editor of Historical Register,
Journal of Design, &c., b. 1808, d. 1882), and MERTON

(A.), Eds., Home Treasury of Old Story Books

Jack the Giant-Killer. Little Red Riding-Hood. Jack and the Bean-
stalk. Beauty and the Beast. Dick Whittington and his Cat. Sleeping
Beauty in the Wood. Puss in Boots. Cinderella, or the Little Glass
Slipper. Guy, Earl of Warwick. Friar Bacon. King and the
Cobbler. The Princess Rosetta. Robin Goodfellow. Golden Locks.
Eagle's Verdict, &c.

Ballads. Chevy Chase. Robin Hood and Little John. Blind Beggar's
Daughter of Bethnal Green. Babes in the Wood. Death of Fair
Rosamond.

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2447X



244OX
2630J
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2 8 7 8J

2335*
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224IX

2 8 7 6J

2336X

2 4 6 4 J



Dick's Wandering

Thraldom [Longman's Maga-
zine, v. 10]



I842X

2522X
2363J

2474J
2365J
3295*
2456J
I365J

28 4 J

1821 r

2343*

28I3X



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I43IX
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SUN ENGLISH SECTION. SYM

Sunbeam of the Factory, a True Story [Girls' Own Annual, v. 2] ... 25527

Sunday Evenings at Northcourt, by G. E. Sargent [S. at H., v. 15]. 2865!

- - second series, by G. E. Sargent [Sun. at Home, v. 19]. 2869!

Sunny Fields and Shady Woods, by A. De Gasparin .................. I4OOX

Sunrise, by William Black ...................... . ............................. 3054^

Sunshine and Cloud [Chambers' Journal, v. 54] ........................ !954j

Sunshine and Snow, by Hawley Smart ..................................... 2OI9X

Supernatural Stories. See limbs' Romance of London, i2OiX, &c.
Surgeon's Daughter [Times of George III., i8th Century], by Sir

Walter Scott ............................................. 936, 984 and IOO3X

Surly Bob [a Tale for Boys] [Quiver, v. 8] .................. ............... 3288J

Surrender, by Leslie Keith [Keith Johnston] ................... 1671 and 3353X

Survivors of the Chancellor, Diary of J. R. Kazallon, Passenger, by

Jules Verne ............................................................... IOI3X

Susan Fielding, by Mrs. Annie Edwardes [Temple Bar, v. 25] ........ I355J

Susan Hopley, or the Adventures of a Maid Servant, by Mrs. Crowe 256iX
SutherlandS [a Midland County Family], by Theodore" Hook .........

SUTTER (Julie), When the Sea gives up its Dead [Sunday Mag.]..

SWAN (Anna, Novelist, &<:.) :

Briar and Palm ............... 3i86X I St. Vedas ........................

GatesofEden .............. 3i8;X | Sheila ........................... 3 l8 5 x

Swedish Tales and Traditions. See Thorpe's Yule Tide Stories, I486X.

Sweet and Twenty, by Mabel and Frances Collins ........................ I9I4X

Sweet Anne Page, by Mabel Collins ......................................... 6i2X

Sweet Christabel, by Arabella M. Hopkinson[Cas. Fam. Mag., v. 10] 236oJ

Sweet Nelly, My Heart's Delight, by Walter Besant and Jas. Rice... 883X

Sweet will be the Flower, by Haycraft [Christian World, 1886] ...... 255J

Sweetheart and Wife, by Lady Howard .................................... I292X

SWIFT (Jonathan, Dean of St. Patrick's, b. 1667, d. 1745) :

Gulliver's Travels ......... I477X | Tale of a Tub ................... I476X

Swiss Family Robinson [by J . R. Von Wyss] ............................... 28o8X

Willi



Swiss Sojourn, a Little, by William D. Howells [Harper's, v. 76]...

Sword and Gown, by George Alfred Lawrence [Eraser's Mag., v. 59] 669J
Sword of Damocles, or Memoirs of a Successful Family, by Percy

Fitzgerald [Once a Week, v. 22] .................................... 2282J

Sybil, or The Two Nations [Chartists, iQth Century], by the Earl

of Beaconsfield ........... , .................. 135, 139, 145, 2566 and 2886X

Sybil Lennard, by Mrs. Grey ...................................... ............. 2594X

Sybil's Book, a Story for Girls, by Lady Barker ........................... 2848X

Sybil's Second Love, by Julia Kavanagh .................................... 2o83X

Sydonie's Dowry, a French Tale, by Miss Roberts ..................... J 745X

Sylvester Sound [Humours of Somnambulism], by Henry Cockton I999X

Sylvestres, by Matilda Betham Edwards [Good Words, v. 12] ....... 2i82j

Sylvia's Lovers, by Mrs. Gaskell ............................................ 495^

Sylvie and Bruno, by Lewis Carroll [Rev. C. W. Dodgson] ............ SogSX

SYMMING-TON (Maggie, Serial Writer, &*f.) :

A Daughter named Damaris [Girls' Own Annual, v. 3] ............... 2 553j

Trixy, or those who Live in Glass Houses should not throw Stones 238 iX



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TABOR (Miss Eliza [Cousin Alice], Novelist, &>c.) :

Blue Ribbon I972XI St. Olaves 2 4 67X

Dimplethorpe 2I22X |

Taken at the Flood, by Miss M. E. Braddon [Mrs. John Maxwell]... i88X

Taking' the Bastile [Sequel to Queen's Necklace], by A. Dumas 43oX

Talba, The, or Moor of Portugal [i5th Century], by Mrs. Bray 252iX

TALBOT (Hon. T.), The Granvilles 5 4 ;X

Tale of a Lonely Parish, by Francis Marion Crawford 2 4 2oX

Tale of a Red Coat, by the Rev. A. N. Malan [Boys' Own An., v. 8] 2958]
Tale of a Tub, written for the Universal Improvement of Mankind,

by Dean Swift I476X

Tale of Sin, by Mrs. Henry Wood 2323X

Tale of the Tyne, and other Tales, by Harriet Martineau 78oX

Tale of Two Cities [French Revolution, 1793], by Dickens 362, 389 and 295 4 X

See also All the Year Round, v. i, 1761].

Tales [of Persia], by Wilhelm Hauff, translated by Mendel *3I7X

Tales and Legends from the Land of the Tzar, Russian Stories by

Hod getts. 1 890 34Q2X



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