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Page 377 - Is in many ways the most brilliant collection of animal stories that has appeared ; well named and well done." — John Burroughs. The Watchers of the Trails A companion volume to "The Kindred of the Wild.
Page 378 - THE FORGE IN THE FOREST Being the Narrative of the Acadian Ranger, Jean de Mer, Seigneur de Briart, and how he crossed the Black Abbe\ and of his adventures in a strange fellowship. Illustrated by Henry Sandham, RCA Library 12mo, cloth, gilt top $1.50 A story of pure love and heroic adventure.
Page 376 - WINWOOD (70th thousand.) A Sketch of the Domestic History of an American Captain in the War of Independence, embracing events that occurred between and during the years 1763 and 1785 in New York and London. Illustrated by EWD Hamilton. AN ENEMY TO THE KING (70th thousand.) From the " Recently Discovered Memoirs of the Sieur de la Tournoire.
Page 375 - Buffalo News. CAPTAIN RAVENSHAW OR, THE MAID OF CHEAPSIDE. (52d thousand.) A romance of Elizabethan London. Illustrations by Howard Pyle and other artists. Not since the absorbing adventures of D'Artagnan have we had anything so good in the blended vein of romance and comedy. THE CONTINENTAL DRAGOON A ROMANCE OF PHILIPSE MANOR HOUSE IN 1778.
Page 372 - The period of Mr. Smith's story is the beginning of the eighteenth century, when the shores of the American colonies were harassed and the seas patrolled 'by pirates and buccaneers. These robbed and spoiled, and often...
Page 371 - Rome," the second book of his trilogy of romances on the mediaeval life of Italy. In detail and finish the book is a brilliant piece of work, describing clearly an exciting and strenuous period.
Page 369 - Roberta's new collection are the strongest and best he has ever written. He has largely taken for his subjects those animals rarely met with in books, whose lives are spent " In the Silences," where they are the supreme rulers.
Page 375 - Chicago Record-Herald. THE BRIGHT FACE OF DANGER Being an account of some adventures of Henri de Launay, son of the Sieur de la Tournoire. Illustrated by HC Edwards. " Mr. Stephens has fairly outdone himself. We thank him heartily. The story is nothing if not spirited and entertaining, rational and convincing.
Page 376 - True in substance but fascinating as fiction. It will interest old and young, city-bound and free-footed, those who know animals and those who do not.
Page 370 - Paternoster's hero rose promptly to the occasion. Across France they tore and across the English Channel. There, the escapade past, he lost her. Mr. Paternoster, however, is generous, and allows the reader to follow their separate adventures until the Lady of the Blue Motor is found again and properly vindicated of all save womanly courage and affection. A unique romance, one continuous exciting series of adventure. Clementina's Highwayman. By ROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS, author of "The Flight of Georgiana,"...