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16. Trees and Fruits of the Holy Land.

A Packet of Twelve Cards, two of a sort (size 4 J by


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1. Christmas Verses. A Packet of Four

CardB (size 6A by 4£ inches), with embossed Flowers end gold bevelled edges. Scripture Texts ar.d Seasonable Wishes.

2. New Year Verses. A packet of Four

gilt-edged Cards (size 6A by 4h inches). Same designs os No. 1, but with New Year Withes. By M. S. Haycbaft.

4. The Charlotte Elliott Packet. Four

gilt-edged Cards (siz? 6& by A\ mcnes). Same designs as No. 1. With Verses by Charlotte Elliott, the Author of 'Just as I am' <&e. For circulation at nil seasons.

0. Christmas Texts and Verses. A

Packet of. Six beautifully printed Cirds (size 5J by 4j inches) of Children and Flowers With Embossed Centre Panel and gilt bevelled edge*. With Scripture Texts, and Verses by Mary K. Roi-eh, and Seasonable Mottoes.

6. New Year Texts and Verses. A

Packet of Six Cards (size 5| by 4$ inehesj with designs, embossed centre panel, and bevelled gilt edges as No. 5, but with New Year Texts and Mottoes, and Verses by Mart E. Rotes.

7. Scripture Texts and Verses. A

Packet of Six Cards (size by 4$ inches) with designs, embossed centre panel, and bevelled gilt edges as No. 5. For all Bcasona. Original Verses by Mauy E. Ropes.

A racket of

8. Christmas

Twelve Cards (size 5£ by atf inches) with pretty Land"riginal Verses by Mary E. Ropes.


size 5"' scape Studies. Orif

i). New Year Messages. A Packet of

Twelve Cards (size 6fc by 3J indies) with Landscapes as No. 8. Original Verses by Mauy E. Roi-es, and New Year Mottoes.

10. The Frederick Langbridge Packet.

Twelve Cards (size 5$ by 3^ inches), with Landscapes as No. 8, and Christmas and New Year Verses by tbe Rev. Frederick Langrhidge, M.A.

11. Christmas Wishes. A Packet of Six

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13. Christmas Greetings. A Packet of

Twelve CardB (size 6 by 3jf inches with little Winter
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and Silver. Each Card has a Christmas Motto and a
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Twelve Cards (size 5 by 3J inches), with Winter
Scenes and Flowers in Monotint and Silver as No.
13. With New Year Mottoes and Verses by Mary
E. Ropes.

16. Flowers of the Holy Land. A Packet

of Twelve Cards, two of a bort (size 4} by 3f inches),
with small Eastern Views and Palestine Flowers :—
Pheasant's Eje— Bongardia—Star of Bethlehem-
Fumitory—Rock Stock—Syrian Speedwell. With
Texts appropriate to the designs.

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20. Christmas Joy. A Packet of Twelve

Cards (size by 3 inches), with delicately printed
little Vignettes of Cottage, Castle, and Rocks and
Wild FlottMrs. Original Christinas Verses by
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21. New Year Joy. A Packet of Twelve

Cards (fize44 by 3 inches), with Vignettes. Same designs as No. 2u. Original Verses for the New Year by Edith E. Ccthhll.

22. The Mrs. Walton Packet Twelve

Cards (size 3J by 2$ inches). Floral designs, with
Original Poems for the Young by Mrs. O. F. Walton,
the popular Author of 'A Peep behind the Scenes,'
'Little Dot,' 'Christie's Old Organ,* &c.

23. *He hath said.1 A Packet of Twelve

Cards (size 44 by 3 inches), with Scripture Promises, and beautifully printed flowers on canvas-grained cards with gilt edges. For all seasons.

24. Christmas and New Year Cards, A

Packetof Twelve Cards (size4} by 3 inches;, with
Texts and seasonable Mottoes. Same designs as
No. 23.

25. Bright Flowers for Dark Days. A

Packet of Twelve Cards (size 4£ by 2£ indies), with Christinas and New Year Texts and pretty floral designs.

The Rainbow of Promise. A l acket

of Twelve Cards (size 4$ by 2ft inches), with ScripSame designs as No. 25.

Fur all

ture Promises,

2G*. Illuminated Texts, with Outlines

lor Painting. A Set of Twelve Texts, printed in Hold and Colour?, the text being r&i>tatrd in outline below on each Card. F'orming a useful exercise for Sunday half-hours. On cards 6£ by 4{ inches.


27. Christmas and New Year Mottoes.

A Packet of Twelve Cards (*ize 3$ by 2J Inches), with seasonable Texts and Mottoes, inclosed in floral wreaths.

28. Blessings for the Young. A Packet

of Twelve Cards (size 3? by 2& inches), with same
designs as No. 27, and with Texts for Young People,
suited for distribution at all seasons.

Folding Cards—'Just as I am,' and other

Poems by Charlotte Elliott. With Floral Design
back and front, the Hymns in Cold and a Colour,,
forming the Inside. Four sorts. 64. each.


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