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Page 309 - 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 309 - One of the most stirring and remarkable romances that have been published in a long while, and its episodes, incidents, and actions are as interesting and agreeable as they are vivid and dramatic." — Boston Times. The Mystery of Murray Davenport. (3°th thousand.) By ROBERT NEILSON STEPHENS, author of " An Enemy to the King," " Philip Winwood,
Page 322 - Nautch girl, are told with a vigor, pathos, and a wealth of poetic sympathy that makes the book admirable from first to last.
Page 318 - Vivid and picturesque in style, well conceived and full of action, the novel is absorbing from cover to cover.
Page 323 - The Red Star," etc. Illustrated. I vol., lib. I2mo, cloth, 250 pages . . $1.25 The scene of this romance is partly at the siege of Crimona (held by the troops of Louis XIV.) by the Austrian forces under Prince Eugene. During the siege the famous Irish Brigade renders valiant service, and the hero — a dashing young Irishman — is in the thick of the fighting. He is also able to give efficient service in unravelling a political intrigue, in which the love affairs of the hero and the heroine are...
Page 319 - The story itself Is beautiful and it is beautifully written. It possesses the true spirit of romance, and is almost poetical in form. The author has undoubtedly been inspired by his admiration for the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam to write this story of which Omar is the hero."— Troy Times. " Mr. Dole has built a delightful romance.
Page 321 - The Making of a Saint. By w. SOMERSET MAUGHAM. Illustrated by Gilbert James. Library I2mo, cloth decorative, 350 pages . . . $1.50 " An exceedingly strong story of original motive and design. . . . The scenes are imbued with a spirit of frankness . . . and in addition there is a strong dramatic flavor.
Page 320 - A powerful romance of love, intrigue, and adventure in the time of Louis XV. and Mme. de Pompadour, when the French colonies were making their great struggle to retain for an ungrateful court the fairest jewels in the colonial diadem of France.
Page 319 - Carpathians," etc. Authorized translation by R. Nisbet Bain. Illustrated with a photogravure frontispiece of the great Magyar writer. i vol., lib. I2mo, cloth decorative, 325 pages $1.50 " It is at once a spirited tale of ' border chivalry,* a charming love story full of genuine poetry, and a graphic picture of life in a country and at a period both equally new to English readers.