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all parts of the world proved the widespread interest aroused by the
publication. Sir Herbert Maxwell has at length consented to prepare a
companion volume, containing entirely new matter, but appealing to
the same love of Nature in all her phases which made the first series of
* Memories of the Months ' so popular. The contents are a medley of
short descriptions or comments on matters relating to sport and natural
history, jotted down just as they have struck the author's personal
observation. The volume is handsomely printed and bound, and
illustrated with pictures in photogravure.



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PICTURES AND PROBLEMS FROM
LONDON POLICE-COURTS.

By THOMAS HOLMES.

One voLy large crown %vo,y with Portrait y loj. 6^.

This is a very remarkable book. It is doubtful whether there is
another raan in England who has combined Mr. Holmes's unique
opportunities for acquiring experience among the unfortunate people
dealt with at the London police-courts with his literary skill in narrating
their sad histories. Beginning life in an iron foundry in the Midlands,
Mr. Holmes first describes his early surroundings, and how he found
himself appointed to the interesting post in London which he still
holds. He then proceeds to unfold his gradual initiation into the
dangers and miseries that surround the victims of vice and crime, and
draws vivid and ghastly pictures of many remarkable cases that have
fallen within his personal observation. In spite of frequent disappoint-
ments, Mr. Holmes has never lost his faith in human nature, though it
has often been sorely shaken. In contact with the most inveterate
criminal or the hopeless profligate he has never forgotten that *one
touch of nature makes the whole world kin,' and has gone about among
them, not as a preacher, a censor, or a reformer, but as a kindly friend
with a sympathetic word and a helping hand always stretched out.



AN ESSAY ON PERSONALITY AS A
PHILOSOPHICAL PRINCIPLE.

By the Rev. WILFRID RICHMOND, M.A.
One volume^ Zvo,^ los. 6d.

Part I. — Experience and Personality. — I. Experience. 11. Per-
sonality, the Meaning of the Word. III. The Definition of Personality.

Part II. — Personality and its Faculties. — I. The Faculties of Personal
Life. II. Feeling. III. Will. IV. Intellect. V. Emotion.



INDUSTRIAL POULTRY-KEEPING.

By EDWARD BROWN, F.L.S.,
Author of 'Pleasurable Poultry-Keehing,' etc

H^iih ///us/rations, paper ^ is.

This is an entirely new edition, largely re- written, of the author's popular little
hand-book, which is chiefly intended for use by cottagers. Many thousands of the
former edition have been sold.



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SHADOWS OF THE WAR.

By MRS. BAGOT.

One volume, Illustratedy 75. 6^.

Mrs. Bagot went to South Africa in charge of the Portland Hospital
and her adventures were most interesting. Her book enables the reader to
realize more clearly than ever the difficulties of hospital work at the front,
and the splendid courage with which all ranks bore the fortune of war.



THE STORY OF MY CAPTIVITY IN
THE PRETORIA PRISON.

By the REV. ADRIAN HOFMEYR.

One volume, cro7un Svo,, 6s.

Mr. Adrian Hofmeyr, a cousin of the famous Bond leader, Jan
Hofmeyr, is conspicuous as one of the few Dutch Africanders who have
warmly and courageously espoused the British cause during the Trans-
vaal War. For this he was treated with peculiar severity, although a
minister of the Gospel, by the Boers, into whose hands he fell at the
beginning of the war. The narrative of his personal experiences is
singularly vivid and graphic, and his views of South African affairs prior
to the war, no less than his attitude in regard to a just settlement, are
those of a man whose position entitles him to be carefully listened to
by all Englishmen.

A MEMOIR OF
ADMIRAL SIR T. S. PASLEY, Bart.

By LOUISA M. SABINE PASLEY.

JVi/A Frontispiece, Demy Svo,, cloth, 14J.

The life and correspondence of this distinguished naval officer have
been carefully edited by his daughter, Miss Louisa Pasley, and contain
much valuable matter. Sir Thomas Pasley saw a great deal of service
in different parts of the world, took part in the naval expedition to the
Crimea during the Russian War, and held important appointments at
home. His letters are excellent reading, and judicious extracts from
his journals throw an interesting light upon a fine character.



A SHORT HISTORY OF BRITISH COMMERCE
AND INDUSTRY. By L. L. R. Price, M.A., Fellow of Oriel
College, Oxford. One volume, crown 8vo., 3s. 6d.



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THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE
OF ZACHARY MACAULAY.

By the VISCOUNTESS KNUTSFORD.

Demy >ivo.y i6s.

Mr. Zachary Macaulay was born in 1768, and lived seventy years,
devoting the whole of his long career to the public good. He was one
of the small band of indomitable workers whose exertions secured tlie
abolition of the slave trade in the British Empire, and the influence
even of Wilberforce was not more potent in the advocacy of this great
reform. As a young man Mr. Macaulay spent several years in Sierra
Leone ; he was Governor of the Colony during the most critical period
of the long French war, and his journals afford equally interesting
evidence of the internal difficulties in those early settlements on the
African coast, and of their constant alarms from the French privateers
and men-of-war. When Mr. Macaulay returned to England in 1799,
his intimate knowledge of the slave trade in all its horrors made him
the mainstay of the agitation for Abolition. After years of disappoint-
ment, he was rewarded by seeing the famous Act of Emancipation
passed, and with this the chief work of a noble life was finished.
Mr. Macau lay's correspondence was singularly full and varied, and
large selections from it are given in the present Memoir. It is hoped
that the volume may help to perpetuate the memory of a distinguished
man, whose fame has perhaps to some extent been eclipsed by that of
his even more illustrious son, Lord Macaulay.



MILTON.

By WALTER RALEIGH,

Professor of English Literati- re in the University of Glasgow,
Author of 'Style,' 'The English Novel,* etc.

Crown Svo.y cloth ^ 65.

Contents.
Introduction. — I. John Milton. — II. The Prose Works. — III. Paradise
Lost : the Scheme. — IV. Paradise Lost : the Actors. The Later
Poems.— V. The Style of Milton : Metre and Diction.— VI. The Style
of Milton and its Influence on English Poetry. — Epilogue.

' The writer has this advantage at least over the conqueror and legislator, that he
has bequeathed to us, not maps nor laws, but poems whose beauty, like the world's
unwithered countenance, is bright as at the day of creation.* — From the Epilogue.



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THE JOURNAL OF MRS. FENTON

3n 5n0(a an& tbe Colonies^ 1826-1880.

OfU volume, octavo.

Seventy-five years ago the writer of this journal married Captain
Campbell, and accompanied him to India. Within a year Captain
Campbell died, and his widow, after an interval, the greater part of
which was spent in Calcutta, became the wife of Captain Fenton.
Shortly afterwards Captain Fenton decided to quit the army and settle
in Tasmania, and with this object they left India and sailed to the
Mauritius. Here Mrs. Fenton spent several months, and a daughter
was born to her. She then followed her husband to Tasmania, where
they settled permanently. Such in dry oudine is the story of this
journal It chronicles no great events, but the writer has the true
Boswellian turn for vivid presentation of everyday scenes and incidents,
for artless portraiture, and naive self-revelation. She has a keen eye for
scenery, but is more interested in persons than things. In her wander-
ings she is thrown in contact with many, and expresses a decided
opinion on the merits and demerits of most of them. Altogether it is a
lively glimpse into ordinary life under many skies in the time of our
great-grandparents. The gossip of 1827 is history in 1900.



FRANCIS :

XTbe Xittle poor Aan ot B6didU

A SHORT STORY OF THE FOUNDER OF THE BROTHERS MINOR,
By JAMES ADDERLEY,

Author op ' Stbfhbn Rbmarx,' ' Paul Mercbr,' etc.

Elegantly bound, with a photogravure Frontispiece, crown Svo., 31. 6d,

The author's object in compiling this sketch of Francis of Assisi is to
provide a small life of the saint for those who for any reason are unable
to indulge in the purchase of the larger biographies. It is largely based
upon the * Life of S. Francis ' by M. Paul Sabatier, who has kindly
written an Introduction to Father Adderley's voluma The scope of the
book may be judged from the following outline of contents : — I. The
Religious Life. IL The Times of Francis. III. Early Days and Con-
version. IV. The Beginnings of Ministry. V. Progress. VI. Portiun-
cula. VIL The General Chapters. VIII. Opposition to the Mind of
Francis. IX. The Clarisses and the ' Third Order.' X. The Stigmata.
XL The Last Years. Appendices on the Friars in England and the
Rule of St Francis. The frontispiece is a photogravure reproduction
of a beautiful allegorical picture of S. Francis by Sister Katharine Ruth.



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THE PLAGUE.

3t0 1)idtors, Clinical J'eatures, patbolog^, an^ ISacteriolod^*

WITH SUGGESTIONS AS TO GENERAL PREVENTIVE MEASURES,

INCLUDING PREVENTIVE INOCULATION AND

CURATIVE TREATMENT

By Dr. W. M. HAFFKINE.

Assisted by Dr. E. KLEIN, F.R.S., and Others.

Illustrated, one volume, demy Svo.

It is hardly possible to exaggerate the importance of the subject of
this book. Merely as a matter of history, the part played by the plague
in our own islands in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was
appallingly large, while in different parts of the continent of Europe it
has raged even more recently. Viewed in a purely scientific light, it
presents problems of profound interest. These are treated of with well-
recognised authority by Professor Klein. But perhaps the most absorb-
ing portion of the subject is its practical side — the actual struggle with
this most baffling and insidious of diseases, in which Dr. Haflfkine and
his staff in Bombay have taken so notable a share. Not the least
striking feature of this struggle are the administrative difficulties arising
out of it which amount sometimes, as is well known, to grave political
dangers, and deserve the serious attention of all who are interested in
our Indian Empire.

FOOD AND THE PRINCIPLES OF
DIETETICS.

By ROBERT HUTCHISON, M.D. Edin., M.R.C.P.,

Assistant Physician to thk London Hospital, and to the Hospital for Sick
Children, Gkeat Ormond Street.

Illustrated, demy ^vo,, i6j. net.

This volume forms a comprehensive work of reference and informa-
tion upon a subject of vital importance. The lectures delivered by the
author to students at the London Hospital have formed the basis of the
work, but although eminently scientific in method, the style and diction
are not too technical to spoil the interest of the general reader. Among
the matters discussed are : The Amount of Food required in Health,
Animal Foods, Vegetable Foods, Sugar, Water and Mineral Waters,
Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Alcoholic Beverages, the Cooking of Food, Diges-
tion, Principles of Feeding in Infancy and Childhood, Principles of
Feeding in Disease, eta The book is illustrated with graphic diagrams
from sketches by the author, and three plates in colour.



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PARIS :

a DfBtoc^ ot tbe Cit^ trom tbe Earliest XLimce to tbe prcdcnt S>ai?.
By HILAIRE BELLOC,

Author op ' Dantom,* btc.

On^ vol., large crown Svo., with Maps^ 75. 6//.

' A serious piece of history, admirably studied and excellently written ; above all, it
breathes the true spirit of Paris, the most wonderful of modem cities. The beauty, the
taste, the art, which inform the capital of France, do not elude Mr. Belloc's fancy.' —
Daily Mail.

' Anyone who wishes to consider the history of the city, to be informed with breadth of
culture how it grew from a mere group of savaee huts into that bewitching bazaar which
now attracts so many of the crowned heads of Europe, ought to read Mr. Belloc's volume.'
— Scotsman.



FINLAND AND THE TSARS.

By JOSEPH R. FISHER, B.A.,

Barristbr-at-Law.

Demy Svo., clothe 12s. 6d.

We much regret to learn that the Russian Government has pro-
hibited the importation of this book into Russia.

' In Mr. Fisher's very interesting work there is nothing that could offend the roost
vehement of Russian patriots.' — Review of the Week,

' In this book for the first time a mass of matter, previously only accessible to specialists,
has been collected and condensed ; and we have a really adequate statement of the Finnish
case, enforced by quotations from State documents.' — Pall Mall Gazette.

' A powerful and illuminating book.' — Speaker,

' Highly valuable as a record of the views of one who writes from personal knowledge,
and it is the plainest statement of the merits of the Finnish claims that has yet appeared.'
r-Athemgum,



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NEW NOVELS.



ROSE ISLAND.



By W. CLARK RUSSELL,

Author of 'The Wreck of the Grosvenor, etc.



LORD LINLITHGOW.



THE DUKE.



By MORLEY ROBERTS,

Author of 'The Colossus,' *A Son of Empire/ etc.



By J. STORER CLOUSTON,

Author of * The Lunatic at Large.'



VERITY.

By SIDNEY PICKERING,

Author of ' Wanderers,' etc.

JENNY OF THE VILLA.

By Mrs. C. H. RADFORD.

RED POTTAGE.

By MARY CHOLMONDELEY.



[ The Tkirty-ninlh Thousand tiow ready,

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A Cynic^s Conscience* By C. T. Podmore. Crown

8vo., 6s.

* A remarkably clever piece of writing.' — Athencsum.

* The writer has marked imagination and originality.' — Pilot.

* A clever book. Mr. Podmore's story is well constructed, and his human problem is
vividly presented.' — Daily News.

A Plain Woman^s Part. By Norley Chester. Crown

8vo., 6s.

* The plain woman is well drawn, and the idea is pretty and well worked out.' — Pa/l
Mall Gazette.

' A novel instinct, with a tender and gracious sentiment.' — Calcutta Englishman.

* The conversations are full of wit and merriment.' — Chicago Inter-Ocean.

Lotus or Laurel ? By Helen Wallace (Gordon Roy).

Crown 8vo., 6s.
'Admirably written, and most promising.' — Truth.
' It contains some imaginative work of a very high class.' —Speaker .
'Well worth reading for its literary finish and workmanship alone.' — Athenisum.
' The conception of the story is strong and original.' — Glasgow Herald.



LECTURES ON THEORETICAL AND
PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY.

By Dr. J. H. VAN 'T. HOFF,

Professor at the University op Berlin.

PART L— CHEMICAL DYNAMICS, i2j. net

PART IL— CHEMICAL STATICS. 8j. 6//. net.

PART III— RELATIONS BETWEEN PROPERTIES ANI>
CONSTITUTION.

3 vols.^ demy 8w., ^s, 6d. net.

The third volume of this important treatise, completing the work, is
now ready ; the translation has been made by Professor R. A. Lehfeldt,
as in the former volumes.

• Students and teachers will be grateful to Professor Van 'T. HofF and his translator for
this clear, systematic and stimulating book. No other living writer shows such mastery of
his subject ; few write so leisely or suggestively upon it.' — Manchester Guardian.



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PUBLICATIONS OF THE ESSEX HOUSE

PRESS.



These books are printed at Essex House, on the presses used by the
late Mr. William Morris at the Kelmscott Press, which were purchased
by the Guild of Handicraft. Members of Mr. Morris's staff are also
retained at the Essex House Press, and it is the hope of the Guild of
Handicraft by this means to continue in some measure the tradition of
good printing and fine workmanship which William Morris revived.

A new type is being designed by Mr. C. R. Ashbee, and is nearly
ready ; in the meantime the books of the Essex House Press are being
printed in a fine eighteenth-century Caslon fount, with specially designed
ornaments and initials. It is gratifying to note that the demand for the
limited editions of the books already issued is steady and persistent, and
it will probably not be long before they are out of print.

Subscribers to the complete series of Essex House Publications are
given priority for any new book issued, and the number of subscribers
is constantly increasing.



TJie foUmving are in active preparation.

Shelley's Adonais. The first of a series on Vellum of the great
poems of the language. Rubricated with coloured wood-block frontispiece by
C. R. Ashbee. Fifty copies printed ; all are subscribed for, and the book is out
of print.

Keats* Eve of St. Agnes. The second of the Vellum Series. It
will be rubricated, and will contain a hand-coloured wood-block frontispiece by
Reginald Savage. Edition limited to 125 copies. Price £2 net.



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// is hoped that these books will be followed by others in the
same Vellum Serids, and by

Sir Thomas Hoby's translation (Elizabethan) of Baldassare
Castlglione*s Courtier.

The Psalms of David, according to the text of the Anglican Prayer-
Book.

Erasmus' Praise of Folly, Sir Thomas Challoner's translation
(ElizabethaD).

T/u publications already issued are :

1. Mr. AsHBEE*s translation of the Treatises Of Benvenuto Cellini

on Metal Work and Sculpture. 600 copies. A (ew btiii left. Price

35s. nei.

2. The Hymn of Bardaisan, the first Christian Poem, rendered into

Engli>h verse from the original Syriac, by F. Cravvkord Burkitt, oi Trinity
ColL-ge, Cambridge. 250 copies. A few leit. Price 7s. 6i. net.

3. Bunyan*S Pilgrrim'S Progrress. Edited from the earlier editions by

Janet E. Ashbke, wiih a fiontispiece by Reginald Savage. 750 copies.
Price 30s. net.

4* An Account of the Church of St. Mary Stratford Bow. By

OsBORN Hills, wiili an introductory chapter by C. R. Ashbee. 250 copies.
Ail copies offered for sole have been disponed of. Pi ice £\,

5. Shelley's Adonais. Coloured wood-block frontispiece by C. R-

AsHBEK. Ou vellum. Rubricated. 50 copies. Out of print.

6. The Poems of Shakespeare and Lyrics from his Plays,

in the orthography of the eailiest editions. Edited by F. S. Ellis, with a
frontispiece by Reginald Savage, and a new alphabet of ' Bloomers* designed
by C. R. AsHBEE. The book is small 4to. (9 in. by 7 in.), 254 pages, printed in
red and black, with limp vellum cover, edition limited to 450 copies.
Price £,^ net.



These volumes are published on behalf of the Essex House Press by
Mr. Edward Arnold, and can be ordered either from him or from any
Xookseller.



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PICTURE BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS.



1. Really and Truly ; or, The Century for Babes.

By Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ames. Twenty splendidly Coloured
Plates, with amusing verses, depicting the great events of the
nineteenth century. 4to., 3s. 6d.

2. Tails with a Twist. An Animal Picture-book,

inexpressibly funny. By E. T. Reed, the famous Punch artist.
With verses by * Belgian Hare.' Twenty plates, each coloured ii>
one tint. 4to., 3s. 6d. Only a limited number of copies now
remain.

3. More Beasts for Worse Children. By H. B. and

B. T. B. Grotesque pictures in black and white, and inimitably
clever verses. 4to., with coloured cover, 3s. 6d.

4. Ruthless Rhymes for Heartless Homes. By

Colonel D. Streamer, with Pictures by * G. H.' Oblong 4to.,
3S. 6d.

5. The Modern Traveller. By H. B. and B. T. B.

Fully Illustrated, with coloured cover. 4to., 3s. 6d.

' The gaiety of nations has not received such a stimulus as this book affords for many a
merry Christmas.' — World,

6. A Moral Alphabet : In words of from one to seveni

syllables. By H. B. and B. T. B. Fully Illustrated, with cover in
colour, 3s. 6d.

' H. B.'s uncommon humour is still quite unspoilt, and the pictures of B. T. B. areas
full of surprises and quaint touches as of old.' — Ids.



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SOUVENIRS FROM THE HOLY LAND.



* A souvenir of Christmas and its sacred and beautiful associations at
once peculiarly appropriate and attractive has been prepared by the
Rev. Harvey B. Greene, who has spent, it appears, three springs in
gathering and pressing, with the aid of native helpers, wild flowers from
the Holy Land. These have been tastefully and skilfully mounted in
books and on cards, which should please the eyes and touch the hearts
of many. The largest collection, containing seventeen specimens, bears
the title of "Wild Flowers from Palestine"; a smaller set of twelve
examples is embraced in '* Pressed Flowers from the Holy Land "; while
the single Flower from the Christ Land is an ideal Christmas Card.
Bond-fides is guaranteed by printed letters from the British and American
Consuls at Jerusalem, Dean Hole of Rochester has written an introduc-
tion to the Flower Volumes, and Mr. Greene has himself supplied letter-
press descriptions and Scripture references. But the Syrian wild flowers
speak most eloquently for themselves.' — Scotsman,

Mr. Harvey Greenes deeply interesting souvenirs can be obtained
in the following forms :

I. WILD FLOWERS FROM PALESTINE.

(3atbete5 anb pteeee^ in Palestine.
With an Introduction by the Very REV. S. REYNOLDS HOLE,

Dban op Rochbstkr.

Cloth elegant, i6mo., 4s, 6d.

2. PRESSED FLOWERS FROM THE HOLY

LAND.

Gatbeted and pressed in Palestine.

With an Introduction by DEAN HOLE.

Tastefully bound, ^2 mo., paper, 2X. 6d.

3. A FLOWER FROM THE CHRIST LAND.
B lovely Cbdstmas Card containing a Single pressed flower.

Price 6d,
* Consider the lilies of the field, how they grew.'



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BIOGRAPHY AND REMINISCENCES.

Adderley. FRANCIS OF ASSISI. (See page 6.)

Alexander. RECOLLECTIONS OF A HIGHLAND SUBALTERN,
during the Campaigns of the 93rd Highlanders in India, under Colin Campbell,
Lord Clyde, in 1857-1859. By Lieutenant-Colonel W, Gordon Alexander.
Illustrations and Maps. Demy 8vo., cloth, i6s.

Arnold. PASSAGES IN A WANDERING LIFE. By Thomas
Arnold, M.A Demy 8vo., with Portrait, 12s. 6d.

Boyle. THE RECOLLECTIONS OF THE DEAN OF SALISBURY.
By the Very Rev. G. D. Boyle, Dean of Salisbury. With Photogravure Portrait.
One vol., demy 8vo., cloth, i6s.

dough. A MEMOIR OF ANNE J. CLOUGH, Principal of Newnham
Collie, Cambridge. By her Niece, Blanche A. Clough. With Portraits.
8vo., 12s. 6d.

De Vere. RECOLLECTIONS OF AUBREY DE VERE. Third Edition,
with Portrait Demy 8vo., 16s.

Hare. MARIA EDGEWORTH: her Life and Letters. Edited by
Augustus J. C. Hare, Author of * The Story of Two Noble Lives,' etc. With
Portraits. Two vols,, crown 8vo., 16s. net.

Hervey. HUBERT HERVEY, STUDENT AND IMPERIALIST.
By the Right Hon. Earl Grey. Demy 8vo., Illustrated, 7s. 6d.

Hola THE MEMORIES OF DEAN HOLE. By the Very Rev. S.
Reynolds Hole, Dean of Rochester. With Illustrations from Sketches by
Leech and Thackeray. Popular Edition. Crown 8vo., 6s.

Hola MORE MEMORIES : Being Thoughts about England spoken in
America. By Dean Hole. With Frontispiece. Demy 8vo., i6s.

Hole. A LITTLE TOUR IN AMERICA. By Dean Hole. Illustrated.
Demy 8va, 16s.

Hole. A LITTLE TOUR IN IRELAND. By 'Oxonian' (Dean Hole).
Illustrated by John Leech. Large crown 8vo., 6s.

Holmes. RECOLLECTIONS OF A LONDON POLICE COURT.
By Thomas Holmes. (See page 3.)

Holland. LETTERS OF MARY SIBYLLA HOLLAND. Selected and
edited by her Son, Bernard Holland. Second Edition. Crown 8vo.,
7s. 6d. net.

Jowett. BENJAMIN JOWETT, MASTER OJ BALLIOL. A Personal
Memoir.
Cloth, 3s. I



Memoir. By the Hon. L. A Tollemache. Third Edition, with portrait.



Le Fanu. SEVENTY YEARS OF IRISH LIFE. By the late W. R.
Le Fanu. Popular Edition. Crown 8vo., 6s.



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liacaulay. THE LIFE AND CORRESPONDENCE OF ZACHARY
MACAU LAY. By Viscountess Knutsford. (See page 5.)

Macdonald. THE MEMOIRS OF THE LATE SIR JOHN A.
MACDONALD, G.CB., First Prime Minister of Canada. Edited by Joseph
Pops, bis Private Secretary. With Portraits. Two vols., demy 8vo., 32s.

Merivale. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DEAN MERIVALE. With
Selections from his Correspondence. With Portrait, demy 8vo., 16s.

Morley. THE LIFE OF HENRY MORLEY, LL.D., Professor of
English Literature at University College, London. By the Rev. H. S.
Solly, M.A. With two Portraits. 8vo., 12s. 6d.

Mott. A MINGLED YARN. The Autobiography of Edward Spenxer
MoTT (Nathaniel Gubbins). Author of ' Cakes and Ale,' etc. Large croun
8vo., 128. 6d.

Pigon. PHASES OF MY LIFE. By the Very Rev. Francis PiGOU,
Dean of Bristol. Sixth Edition. With Portrait. Crown 8vo., 6s.

Eochefort. THE ADVENTURES OF MY LIFE. By Henri Roche-
fort. Second Edition. Two vols., large crown 8vo., 25s.

Eoebuck. THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND LETTERS of the Right


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