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By G. MANVILLE FENN.
ventures of Two Brothers.
THE SILVER CANON: a Tale of the
By Col. Sib WILLIAM BUTLER, K.C.B.
SIOUX : a Tale of the Great Prairie.
By HARRY COLLINGWOOD.
Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolu-
'Infinitely more attractive than half the stories that are current at this time.'—Scotsman.
By W. H. G. KINGSTON.
'Always holds one of the highest places among the boys of this generation.'—Saturday Review.
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DICK CHEVELEY, His Adventures and
HEIR OF KILFINNAN : a Tale of the
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SNOWSHOES AND CANOES: or,
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THE TWO SUPERCARGOES; or,
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WINNING HIS SPURS: a Tale of the
The White Tiger.
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By LOUIS ROUSSELET.
Days of Washington.
THE KING OF THE TIGERS.
THE SON OF THE CONSTABLE
By LEON CAHUN.
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THE ADVENTURES OP CAPTAIN
MAGO. A Phoenician's Explorations round the Cape of Good Hope 1,000 years B.C 1 Graphic in the extreme.'—Monxrao Post.
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