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THE NOVEMBER PART COMMENCES A NEW VOLUME.
ST. NICHOLAS for 1888-9.
AN 'ALL-AROUND THE WORLD' YEAR.
CT. NICHOLAS for the coming year will tell English boys ~ and girls of the thousands of millions of children of other countries: of French girls in their little black alpaca •prong, and German girls with their flaxen hair, and Italian boys with their dark eyes, and clever American children (the cleverest take in St, Xiefiola*). and little Chinese maidens with their almond-eyes and long pig-tails, and woolly-beaded African pickaninnies; of the homes of all these children, of the toys of the shy Japanese, of the pine woods of the blue-eyed Norwegians, of the furs and tobogganing of the Canadian*, of the gum trees and kangaroos of the Australians, of the sharks and clear blue seas of the chocolate-skinned South Sea Islanders—in fact, of nearly everything that amuses girls and interests boyo, from the nursery rhymes of the Hottentot mothers to the guns and spears that the Icelandic fathers use to kill the white bears, St. Xu-holns means to tell its readers in Great Britain and Ireland. Besides all these pictures and stories of other people, there will be special articles
» Wood Carving and other Art Handiwork; on Boys' Sports and Games; on Ancient and Modern Artillery—from the Catapult to the Maxim Gun; and on The Distances in Space, a paper all about the Ban, end Moon, and Stars.
there will be Dream Horses, by Mary Hai.iock Poors: The Bunny Stories; and many Fairy Stories and Fanciful Tales.
FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK
tfcere will be The Brownies (Follceman, Irishman, and all the ro-t): che Ballad of the Runaway Donkey; ■*iiile there Till be Lively and Amusing Reading for tired School-children 'who would rather not learn anything for the next half-hour.'
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THE following special announcements for the coming magaaine year can give only a partial idea of the wealth of literary and artistic material to be drawn upon during the next twelve months for the benefit of the readers of the Century. Besides a number of Stories, Essays, Illustrated Articles, Poems, &c, not specified, there will be a continuation of series already begun, as announced below, and of other series in which the Century readers are interested, such as lira. Van Renssrlaf.u's English Cathedrals (Including a Supplementary Chapter on Westminster Abbey), Dr. Edward Egglbston'b Historical Papers, and Dr. Buckley's series on Spiritualism, fro.
THE CENTURY GALLERY OF ITALIAN MASTERS,
From the Byzmtines to Tintoretto. Engraved by Timothy Colk from the Original Paintings, and accompanied by Historical and Critical Papers by W. J. Stillmaw.
Studies of its People, Customs, Landscape, Town Life, Literature, and Arts.
STRANGE, TRUE STORIES OF LOUISIANA,
Collected by Gkorok W. Cable. Mr. Cable has been many years in gathering together this remarkable series, every one of which is as true as it is strange.
JOHN LA FARGE'S NOTES AND STUDIES IN JAPAN.
A series of articles of peculiar interest will consist of notes aud 'li tters home' from Japan by the distinguished artist, John La Farge, illustrated with Engravings from original studies by the artist.
KENNAN IN SIBERIA.
Mr. Grorge Kennan*s Siberian article?, illustrated with Sketches from Photographs taken by George A. Frost, will contain, from November on, what the author believes to be the best and most striking of all his material.
A SERIES OF IRISH-AMERICAN STORIES,
Hoth humorous and pathetic; each complete In itself, but having a connected interest. By George H. Jesbut.
BIBLE SCENES, AND THE BIBLE AND EXISTING MONUMENTS.
Mr. Edward L. Wilson's abundantly illustrated papers on Bible subjects treated in the international Sunday School Lessons will be continued during the coming year.
THE ROMANCE OF D0LLARD.
The C ntury will publish in early numbers a Serial No.el by a writer new to its readers, Mrs. Mary Hartwell Cathkkwood, with a Preface by Francis Parkmak, the historian.
With the NOVEMBER Number commences A NEW VOLUME OF
The Century Illustrated Magazine.
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The JANUARY Number,
NAZARETH. Illustrated. By the Rev. Dr. Cunningham
OUR FAMILIAR FRIENDS. Illustrated. By the Rev.
ANOTHER YEAR. Illustrated. By the Rev. Harry
CHURCH DEFENCE. By the Rev. Thomas Moore, M.A.,
4 SATURDAY NIGHT *: a Ballad. Illustrated. By the
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AN EPIPHANY HYMN. Illustrated. By the Rev. Canon
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HOW TO OBTAIN EGGS IN WINTER. Illustrated.
By the kdltor of 'Fowls.'
A HYMN FOR ST. PAUL'S DAY. By Esther
REPRESENTATIVE CHURCHMEN. L The Bishop of
COTTAGE COOKERY. By M.rab (Certificated Teacher
BIBLE EXPLORATIONS. By the Rev. W. 3. Lewis,
TEMPERANCE ILLUSTRATIONS. By Frederick
MISSIONARY GLEANINGS. SUNDAY OBSER-
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THE CHURCH ALMANAC for 1889,
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Fifteenth Year of Publication.
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