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THE BOY HTOTERS;
OK, ADVENTURES IN SEARCH OF A WHITE BUFFALO.
Author of "The Desert Home," Sic.
The DESERT HOME. By Captain May.ne Reid. With Twelve
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The YOUNG ISLANDERS. By Jefferys Taylor. Tinted Plates, Gs. cl.
ACTING CHARADES; or, Deeds not Words. A Christmas Game to
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A CRACKER BON BON for CHRISTMAS PARTIES. By R. B.
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Adolphe Renouard. A Tale of Rural Life in Prance.
By James Ward, Emj. Illustrated with Eight spirited Engravings.
Letters left at the Pastrycook's.
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An Illustrated Life of Field-Marshal the Duke of Wellington,
The Commander-in-Chief of the British Army. By J. H. Siocamm. Fsq , Author of " The British Officer," "The Handbook of British Iudia," &c. &c. 2 vols, demy 8»o. hand-.omely bound in cloth, gilt, 12s.; Ditto, ditto, calf, marbled edges, jfl. Is.
CuNVKMlUN OK CINTRA.
The First Volume will embrace all the event) oi his remarkable military career, down to the end of the Campaign of 1814. The Second, all the operations of the Netherlands to the close of the Duke's life. The Illustrations, from Drawing! by Lieut.Col. Lnard. taken during* the Duke's Campaigns, convey the most acrurate Views of the scenes of his exploits, toirether with Sketches of llattles, and also Portraits of the British Generals who occupy distinguished places in the history of the lamented Duke's career.
%• Volume 1 ready. Vol. 2 in December.
H We shall be largely mistaken if the public do not ratify our opinion that this is the best life of the incomparable Duke that has yet been offered for their acceptance."—The United Service Gazette.
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The First Six Books of Euclid,
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The Illustrated Practical Geometry.
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Elementary Arithmetic, on a New Plan.
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Webster's Dictionary of the English Language.
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T A L P A;
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ART and FAITH; or, Harmony of Science & Scripture,
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UNCLE TOM'S CABIN FOR CHILDREN.
RISING /no THRIVING.
Madelaine Tube and her Blind Brother.
Louis Duval: a Story of the French Revo-
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FIRST SERIES.-Carl Thorn's Revenge.—Ally's Birth-day —Right is Ritlit. Part First.—Right is Right, Part Second.— William Tell, the Hero of Switierland: a POem.—Wishing and Working.—Elm Villa.—Lost and Found.—Little Tim and his Friend the Cobbler.—The Story of Peter Lawley.—My Young Masters.— David Allen ; a Village Tale.
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1—Story of a Dasy.
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