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Page 128 - Moss-wreaths, &c. 12. Easy Talks for Little Folks, &c. 13. Susan and the Doll ; or. Do not be Covetous, &c. 14. Juvenile Tales for Juvenile Readers. 15. Six Short Stories for Short People. 16. The Captive Skylark ; or, Do as you would be Done by.
Page 128 - EIGHTEENPENNY BOOKS. Strongly bound in cloth, four Coloured Pictures in each. THE ROSEBUD STORIES. 1. Ally and her Schoolfellow. 2. Loyal Charlie Bentham. 3. Simple Stories for Children. 4. A Child's First Book about Birds. 5. Prince Arthur ; or, the Four Trials, &c. 6. The Story of Henrietta and the Ayah, &c. 7. Stories from English History. 8. Twelve Links of the Golden Chain. 9. Life of Robinson Crusoe. In Short Words. 10. A Winter's Wreath, and other Tales.
Page 78 - Follow, follow, follow me : Whither shall I follow, follow, follow, Whither shall I follow, follow thee ? To the greenwood, to the greenwood, To the greenwood, greenwood tree.
Page 128 - ... 2 Mamma's New Bible Stories. 3 Home Sketches; or, Who are the Happy Ones? 4 The Knights of the Red Cross. 5 The Story of Alice Cullis ; or, How to Win by Example. 6 The Piety of Daily Life. 7 Blanche Cleveland ; or, The Rain and Sunshine of Youth. 8 A Winter and Summer at Barton Hall. TWO SHILLING BOOKS. Strongly bound in cloth, gilt edges, With Illustrations printed on Toned Paper. 1 Agnes Selby. 2 Elm Grange; or, A Summer in the Country. 3 Arthur Hunter and his First Shilling, etc.
Page 127 - Profit. 43. The Steady Aim. 44. Where do we Get It, and How is It made? 45. Our Untitled Nobility. 40. Links in the Chain: Curiosities of Animal Life. 47. Romantic Passages in English History. 48. The Helping Hand : a Guide to the New Testament. 49. The Wild Flowers, Birds, and Insects of the Months. 50. Our Feathered Families : Birds of Song. 51. Our Feathered Families : Birds of Prey. 52. Our Feathered Families : Game and Water Birds.
Page 127 - ... THREE SHILLING AND SIXPENNY BOOKS. Elegantly bound in a New Style, gilt edges, with Illustrations printed on Toned Paper. 1. Men who have Eisen : a Book for Boys.
Page 128 - Trials, úc. 6. The Story of Henrietta and the Ayah, &c. 7. Stories from English History. 8. Twelve Links of the Golden Chain. 9. Life of Robinson Crusoe. In short Words. 10. A Winter's Wreath of Illustrative Tales, &c.
Page 128 - TWO SHILLING AND SIXPENNY BOOKS. Strongly bound in cloth, gilt edges, With Illustrations printed on Toned Paper. 1 The Little Warringtons. 2 Mamma's New Bible Stories. 3 Home Sketches; or, Who are the Happy Ones? 4 The Knights of the Red Cross. 5 The Story of Alice Cullis ; or, How to Win by Example. 6 The Piety of Daily Life. 7 Blanche Cleveland ; or, The Rain and Sunshine of Youth. 8 A Winter and Summer at Barton...
Page 126 - I hope you will have a merry Christmas, and that the New Year will bring you back to us in good health ; good morning, sir.