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Page 258 - CASTLE RACKRENT AND THE ABSENTEE. By MARIA EDGEWORTH. Illustrated by Miss CHRIS. HAMMOND, with an Introduction by ANNE THACKERAY RITCHIE.
Page 258 - GALT. ILLUSTRATED BY CHARLES E. BROCK, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY ALFRED AINGER. Ormond. BY MARIA EDGEWORTH. ILLUSTRATED BY CARL SCHLOESSER, WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY ANNE THACKERAY RITCHIE. Marriage. BY SUSAN FERRIER. ILLUSTRATED BY WJ HENNESSY, WITH AN INTRODUCTION. Jacob Faithful.
Page 257 - Idylls," etc. Illustrated by BERTHA NEWCOMBE. i6mo. Cloth. 75 cents. "It is doubtful if a more exquisite collection of stories of Irish peasant life has ever been written." — Boston Daily Advertiser. A MODERN MAN. By ELLA MACMAHON, Author of " A New Note," etc. Illustrated by IDA LOVERING. i6mo. Cloth. 75 cents. " It is a simple story, but pleasingly told."— Boston Times.
Page 257 - A LOST ENDEAVOUR. BY GUY BOOTHBY, AUTHOR OF " A BID FOR FORTUNE," ETC. ILLUSTRATED BY STANLEY L. WOOD. i6mo. Cloth. 75 cents. Mr. Boothby is rapidly winning a name and a place for himself as a writer of stories full of the magic of the Pacific. " It is full of the dramatic spirit, no less in its language than its character, its action equally with both. The author has shown that he is the possessor of rare powers in narrating events and portraying scenes, that indicate large and strong work in fictitious...
Page 258 - Every novel will have for an Introduction a Prefatory Notice written by a critic of distinction, and each volume will contain about forty full-page and other illustrations. The volumes will consist of from 400 to 600 pages, crown 8vo, printed on antique paper, and will be published at the popular price...
Page 14 - ABASEMENT With matted head a-dabble in the dust, And eyes tear-sealed in a saline crust I lie all loathly in my rags and rust — Yet learn that strange delight may lurk in self-disgust.
Page 257 - NOVELS. TRYPHENA IN LOVE, BY WALTER RAYMOND, AUTHOR OF " LOVE AND QUIET LIFE/
Page 257 - Like a cool shower on the face." — Boston Courier. " There is not a dull page in the book." — Christian Intelligencer. " Keeps tears and laughter in close warfare from first to last.
Page 257 - Full of freshness and life, of vivid touches of local color and picturesque details, while written with tenderness, sympathy, and artistic discernment." " Nothing more daintily charming in style, more tenderly pathetic in matter, or more exquisitely balanced as a story ^ has come to our...
Page 90 - Bishop, you and I haven't met since we had our great battle about — now, was it the necessity of throwing open the Public Schools to the lower classes — for whom of course they were originally intended — or was it the failure of the Church to reach the working man ? I really forget.