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Page 242 - The Services, Adventures, and Experiences of Robert Blakeney, a Subaltern in the 28th Regiment. An Autobiography. Edited by JULIAN STURGIS. With a map. 8vo. Cloth, gilt top. $4.00. In the pages of this book will be found a spirited picture of an English soldier's life during the Peninsular War, with the allied armies against Napoleon's generals. LITTLE, BROWN, & COMPANY, Publishers 254 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.
Page 240 - This new volume by the most popular writer of the time includes the shorter stories which have not before been published in the uniform Library Edition, rendering it the only complete edition of his works in English. It comprises six hundred pages, and contains the following stories, dramas, etc. : Sielanka, a Forest Picture ; For Bread ; Orso ; Whose Fault, a Dramatic Picture in One Act ; On a Single Card, a Play in Five Acts ; The Decision of Zeus ; Yanko the Musician ; Bartek the Victor ; Across...
Page 241 - I am the King. Being the Account of some Happenings in the Life of Godfrey de Bersac, Crusader Knight By SHEPPARD STEVENS. i6mo. Cloth, extra. $1.25. A fresh and invigorating piece of reading.
Page 239 - A Romance of Washington and Buzzard's Bay during the War of 1812. By GEORGE RR RIVERS, author of "The Governor's Garden," "Captain Shays, a Populist of 1786," etc. Illustrated by Clyde O. De Land. I2mo. Cloth, gilt top. $1.50. A well-conceived and well-told story, from which the reader will get an excellent idea of society and manners in the nation's capital nearly a century ago. — Boston Transcript. Will rank as one of the successes of the year if there is any faith to be put in a capital story...
Page 239 - A Chronicle of the Sixteenth Century. Brought to light and edited by WILLIAM HENRY JOHNSON. I2mo. Cloth, extra, gilt top. $1.50. What is more noticeable than the interest of the story itself is Mr. Johnson's intuitive insight and thorough understanding of the period. While the book is Weyman in vigorous activity, it is Dumas in its brilliant touches of romanticism.
Page 240 - Cloth, gilt top. $2.00. The author of this powerful romance lived in Palestine for over five years, and during his residence there had unusual and peculiar advantages for seeing and knowing the people and the country, enabling him to enrich his story with local color, characteristics, and information not found in any other work of the kind on the Holy Land. The pen-portraits of the people are studies made upon the spot, and the descriptions of Jerusalem and the surrounding country are word-pictures...
Page 242 - Cloth, extra. $1.50. This second important work from the pen of the successful author of " Gosta Berling," which has created such a strong impression, will be widely read. "The author." says a reviewer in
Page 242 - I2mo. Cloth, extra. $1.50. This is a sequel to the author's successful romance of the time of Henry of Navarre, entitled "The King's Henchman.
Page 240 - Romance of Palestine. By HENRY GILLMAN. Crown 8vo. 600 pages. Cloth, gilt top. $2.00. The author of this powerful romance lived in Palestine for over five years, and during his residence there had unusual and peculiar advantages for seeing and knowing the people and the country, enabling him to enrich his story with local color, characteristics, and information not found hi any other work of the kind on the Holy Land.