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London: SAMPSON LOW, MARSTON, SEARLE, & RIVINGTON, Limited,

St. Dunstan's House, Fetter Lane, Fleet Street, E.C.

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FULLY ILLUSTRATED.

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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

Shore and Ocean.

SNOWSHOES AND CANOES: or,

The Adventures of a Fur-hunter in the Hudson's Bay
Territory.

THE TWO SUPERCARGOES; or,

Adventures in Savage Africa.

WITH AXE AND RIFLE ON THE

WESTERN PRAIRIES; or, The Western Pioneers. 'The reader will find in this book that which pleases every boy.'—Scotsman.

CAPTAIN MUGPORD; or, Our Salt

and Fresh Water Tutors. 'One of the best books of the kind.'

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By G. A. HENTY. ■ A way of making history palatable to young people.'

Scotsman.

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

the above.

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

OF FRANCE.

By E. MULLEB. NOBLE WOBDS AND NOBLE

DEEDS.

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By G. MANVILLE FENN.

OFF TO THE WILDS: being the Adventures of Two Brothers. 1 There is plenty of adventure with every kind of wild beasts, from elephants downwards, and the story moves briskly on.'—Spectator.

THE SILVEB CANON: a Tale of the

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SIOUX : a Tale of the Great Prairie.

By HARRY COLLINGWOOD. THE VOYAGE OF THE AUBOBA. UNDEB THE METEOB FLAG: the

Log of a Midshipman during the French Revolutionary War.

'Infinitely more attractive than half the stories that are current at this time.'—Scotsman.

By J. PERCY GROVES. CHABMOUTH GBANGE: a Tale of

the 17th Century.

By B. HELDMANN. THE MUTINY ON BOABD THE

SHIP 'LEANDBB.'

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.'

Examiner.

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.

HANS BBINKEB; or, The Silver Skates. 1A delightful gift-book, either for boys or girls.'

Literary World.

ADVENTUBES IN NEW GUINEA.

The Narrative of Louis Tregance. 1 Captain Lawson's wonderful stories about New Guinea are totally eclipsed by this narrative of a French sailor.'

Athen^dm.

The earlier issues of this Series have met with most remarkable success, both in the United Kingdom and abroad, and have been patronised very largely for Prizes by the School Board for London, and by many important School Boards in the Provinces. The merit of the New Volumes justifies expectations of equal success for them.

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A Daughter of Heth (19th Edition).

Kilmeny.

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Lorna Doone. 25th Edition. (Also an

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Far from the Madding Crowd.

The Hand of Ethelberta.

A Laodicean.

Two on a Tower.

A Pair of Blue Eyes.

The Return of the Native.

The Mayor of Casterbridge.

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Mary Marston.

Guild Court.

The Vicar's Daughter.

Adela Cathcart.

Stephen Archer.

Weighed and Wanting.

Orts.

By Mrs. J. H. RIDDELL.

Daisies and Buttercups: a Novel of the Upper Thames.

The Senior Partner.

Alaric Spenceley.

A Struggle for Fame.

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Wreck of the 'Grosvenor.'

John Holdsworth (Chief Mate).

A Sailor's Sweetheart.

The 'Lady Maud.'

Little Loo: a Tale of the South Sea.

The Sea Queen.

Jack's Courtship.

My Watch Below.

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Old Town Folk.

We and Our Neighbours.

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An English Squire.

By Rev. E. GILLIAT, M.A.

A Story of the Dragonnades.

By JOSEPH HATTON.

Three Recruits, and the Girls

they Left Behind Them. The Old House at Sandwich.

By C. F. WOOLSON.

Anne.

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By LEW. WALLACE.

Ben Hur: a Tale of the Christ.

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When All is Young. By Harriett M. Bennett and Bobert Ellice Mack.

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Mother Goose. Familiar Bliynies, Blustrated by Chester Loomis. Paper

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There was Once. By Mrs. Oscar Wilde, colour pictures by John Lawson.

Paper boards, price 2*. Gtf.

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The Cathedrals of England and Wales. By Charles Whibley, B.A.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream. Edition de Luxe of Shakespeare's Play.

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Dictionary of Mythology.

*** The above Nine Referential Volumes of the ' Familiar Quotations' Series are arranged in a Box forming a Miniature Desk Library. They are bound in a special manner, and are not sold in this style separately from the Box. The whole forms a useful object for presentation. There are 21 Volumes in all, of the Series. Lists obtainable from all Booksellers.

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Leeds: E. J. ARNOLD. London: SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, & CO.

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