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Page 358 - DIAMOND DYKE, or the Lone Farm on the Veldt : a Story of South African Adventure. By GEORGE MANVILLE FENN, author of Rajah of Dah, Dingo Boys, &c.
Page 363 - With six Illustrations by Everard Hopkins. 3/6 ' Both entertaining and instructive. ' — Spectator. THE PARADISE OF THE NORTH : a Story of Discovery and Adventure around the Pole. By D. LAWSON JOHNSTONE, author of Richard Tregellas, Tlie Mountain Kingdom, &c. With fifteen Illustrations by W. Boucher. 3/6 ' Marked by a Verne-like fertility of fancy.
Page 362 - A well-told tale of adventure and daring in Morocco, in which the late and the present Sultan both figure. ... A very pleasant book to read.
Page 359 - With seventeen Illustrations by Lewis Baumer. 3/6 The story, very simply and naturally told, is of a rather naughty little girl who at first has a mistaken idea that she is out of favour with everybody, but who gets brought to a better mind by an illness. The little heroine displays great character. THE 'ROVER'S' QUEST : a Story of Foam, Fire, and Fight.
Page 230 - I was treated ; and just at that moment a tap at the door was followed by the entrance of a quaint but not unpleasinglooking old woman carrying a basinful of my promised supper. She set it down on a chair beside the bed without speaking. 'Thank you,