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By W. H. G. KINGSTON.
1 Always holds one of the highest places among the boys of this generation.'—Saturday Review.
• A pleasant companion and a kindly teaoher.'—Times.
DICK CHEVELEY, His Adventures and
Misadventures. 'In "Dick Cheveley" and the " Heir of Kilflnnan" Mr. Kingston is quite in his best vein.'—Times.
HEIR OP KILFINNAN : a Tale of the
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SNOWSHOES AND CANOES: or,
The Adventures of a Fur-hunter in the Hudson's Bay
THE TWO SUPERCARGOES; or,
Adventures in Savage Africa.
WITH AXE AND RIFLE ON THE
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CAPTAIN MUGPORD; or, Our Salt
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By G. A. HENTY. ■ A way of making history palatable to young people.'
JACK ARCHER: a Tale of the Crimea.
With Flans of some of the Principal Battles.
THE CORNET OP HORSE: a Tale of Marlborough's Wars. 'The innumerable adventures of the hero will be the delight of boys.'-Saturday Review.
WINKING HIS SPURS: a Tale of the Crusades.
By BOUSSENARD. THE CBUSOES OP GUIANA; or,
The White Tiger.
THE GOLD-SEEKERS. A Sequel to
By LOUIS ROUSSELET.
THE DRUMMER-BOY: a Story of the Days of Washington.
THE KING OP THE TIGEBS.
By LOUIS BOUSSELET. THE SON OP THE CONSTABLE
By E. MULLEB. NOBLE WOBDS AND NOBLE
'We cannot imagine a nicer present than this book for children.'- Stasdard.
By G. MANVILLE FENN.
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By HARRY COLLINGWOOD. THE VOYAGE OF THE AUBOBA. UNDEB THE METEOB FLAG: the
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'Infinitely more attractive than half the stories that are current at this time.'—Scotsman.
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By B. HELDMANN. THE MUTINY ON BOABD THE
By LEON CAHUN.
THE BLUE BANNEB; or, The Adventures of a Mussulman, a Christian, and a Pagan in the time of the Crusades and Mongol Conquest. 'A stirring story such as boys love to read.'
THE ADVENTUBES OF CAPTAIN
MAGO. A Phoenician's Explorations round the Cape of Good Hope 1,000 years B.C. 'Graphic in the extreme.'—Mousing Tost.
By MRS. DODGE.
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ADVENTUBES IN NEW GUINEA.
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