Coralie, Or, The Wreck of the Sybille

Front Cover
Marcus Ward, 1877 - Children's stories - 323 pages

From inside the book

Common terms and phrases

Popular passages

Page 9 - Stories of Bible History for the Little Ones. By CHARLOTTE M. YONGE. Three Readings and One Picture for each Sunday in the Year, with an Illuminated Title-page and Frontispiece in Colours. "Illustrations numerous and well executed." — Daily Telegraph. "Embraces the whole story from the creation to the ascension; told as Miss Yonge knows so well how to tell it.
Page 323 - A Cruise in the Acorn. By ALICE JERROLD. Six Illustrations, in Gold and Colors.
Page 318 - A clever little book, containing an excellent and most readable account of our greatest dependency." — Daily Telegraph. "An interesting volume."— Graphic.
Page 323 - The Children's Voyage; or, a Trip in the Water Fairy. By Mrs. GEORGE CUPPLES, Author of "Katty Lester," &c. With Twelve Chromographs of Ships, Boats, and Sea Views, after Edward Duncan. Foolscap quarto, cloth extra, bevelled boards. " Well adapted to the comprehension of children."— Standard.
Page 1 - Little Ada's Jewels." Five Coloured Illustrations, and Illuminated Title-page. Cloth, Illuminated. " Will be welcome for the simplicity of its early lessons.
Page 321 - Myrtle and Cypress : a Tale of Chequered Life. By ANNETTE CALTHROP. With Original Full-page Illustrations. Post octavo, cloth extra. Price 5/-. '-The tale is altogether above the average, healthy in tone, and worked out with no little ability."— John Bull. Mildred's Mistake. A Still-Life Study. By F. LEVIEN, Author of " Maggie's Pictures,
Page 317 - Mrs. Mundi at Home. RSVP Lines and Outlines by WALTER CRANE. Twenty-four Plates. New Edition, cloth, Decorated by the Artist, gilt extra, gilt edges, large oblong quarto, 15/-. " A quaint and clever book of drawings.
Page 8 - Redclyffe," &c. In Fifty easy Chapters, with a Frontispiece in Colours by HS Marks, ARA; 50 Illustrations, and an Illuminated Titlepage. New Edition, with Questions. " So simple that a child of the tenderest years will be perfectly able to comprehend all that the writer wishes to convey. ... adorned with numerous illustrations . . . the title-page is a lovely piece of art in illuminated printing.
Page 320 - A charming fresh little story, which must give pleasure to both old and young . . . deserves to be heartily commended.

Bibliographic information