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13. _Aristocracy._ A Novel.
14. _A Recoiling Vengeance._ By FRANK BARRETT. With
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17. _Donovan_: A Modern Englishman. By EDNA LYALL.
18. _This Mortal Coil._ By GRANT ALLEN.
19. _A Fair Emigrant._ By ROSA MULHOLLAND.
20. _The Apostate._ By ERNEST DAUDET.
21. _Raleigh Westgate_; or, Epimenides in Maine. By HELEN
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23. _Constance_, and _Calbot's Rival_. By JULIAN HAWTHORNE.
24. _We Two._ By EDNA LYALL.
25. _A Dreamer of Dreams._ By the author of Thoth.
26. _The Ladies' Gallery._ By JUSTIN MCCARTHY and Mrs.
27. _The Reproach of Annesley._ By MAXWELL GRAY.
28. _Near to Happiness._
29. _In the Wire Grass._ By LOUIS PENDLETON.
30. _Lace._ A Berlin Romance. By PAUL LINDAU.
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42. _The Awakening of Mary Fenwick._ By BEATRICE WHITBY.
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135. _Lot 13._ By DOROTHEA GERARD.
136. _Our Manifold Nature._ By SARAH GRAND.
137. _A Costly Freak._ By MAXWELL GRAY.
138. _A Beginner._ By RHODA BROUGHTON.
139. _A Yellow Aster._ By Mrs. MANNINGTON CAFFYN ("IOTA").
140. _The Rubicon._ By E. F. BENSON.
141. _The Trespasser._ By GILBERT PARKER.
142. _The Rich Miss Riddell._ By DOROTHEA GERARD.
143. _Mary Fenwick's Daughter._ By BEATRICE WHITBY.
144. _Red Diamonds._ By JUSTIN MCCARTHY.
145. _A Daughter of Music._ By G. COLMORE.
146. _Outlaw and Lawmaker._ By Mrs. CAMPBELL-PRAED.
147. _Dr. Janet of Harley Street._ By ARABELLA KENEALY.
148. _George Mandeville's Husband._ By C. E. RAIMOND.
149. _Vashti and Esther._
150. _Timar's Two Worlds._ By M. JOKAI.
151. _A Victim of Good Luck._ By W. E. NORRIS.
152. _The Trail of the Sword._ By GILBERT PARKER.
153. _A Mild Barbarian._ By EDGAR FAWCETT.
154. _The God in the Car._ By ANTHONY HOPE.
155. _Children of Circumstance._ By Mrs. M. CAFFYN.
156. _At the Gate of Samaria._ By WILLIAM J. LOCKE.
157. _The Justification of Andrew Lebrun._ By FRANK BARRETT.
158. _Dust and Laurels._ By MARY L. PENDERED.
159. _The Good Ship Mohock._ By W. CLARK RUSSELL.
160. _Noémi._ By S. BARING-GOULD.
161. _The Honour of Savelli._ By S. LEVETT YEATS.
162. _Kitty's Engagement._ By FLORENCE WARDEN.
163. _The Mermaid._ By L. DOUGALL.
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177. _Scylla or Charybdis?_ By RHODA BROUGHTON.
178. _In Defiance of the King._ By C. C. HOTCHKISS.
179. _A Bid for Fortune._ By GUY BOOTHBY.
180. _The King of Andaman._ By J. MACLAREN COBBAN.
181. _Mrs. Tregaskiss._ By Mrs. CAMPBELL-PRAED.
182. _The Desire of the Moth._ By CAPEL VANE.
183. _A Self-Denying Ordinance._ By M. HAMILTON.
184. _Successors to the Title._ By Mrs. L. B. WALFORD.
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186. _The Wrong Man._ By DOROTHEA GERARD.
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188. _Mistress Dorothy Marvin._ By J. C. SNAITH.
189. _A Flash of Summer._ By Mrs. W. K. CLIFFORD.
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197. _Dr. Nikola._ By GUY BOOTHBY.
198. _An Outcast of the Islands._ By JOSEPH CONRAD.
199. _The King's Revenge._ By CLAUDE BRAY.
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