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Page 277 - These stories are exquisite in their refinement, and yet robust in their appreciation of some of the rougher phases of woodcraft.
Page 276 - ELIZABETH. (48th thousand.) Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill. The story of a young gentleman who joins Shakespeare's company of players, and becomes a friend and prote'ge^ of the great poet.
Page 275 - THE FLIGHT OF GEORGIANA A ROMANCE OF THE DAYS OF THE YOUNG PRETENDER. Illustrated by HC Edwards. " A love-story in the highest degree, a dashing story, and a remarkably well finished piece of work." — Chicago Record-Herald. THE BRIGHT FACE OF DANGER Being an account of some adventures of Henri de Launay, son of the Sieur de la Tournoire. Illustrated by HC Edwards. " Mr. Stephens has fairly outdone himself. We thank him heartily. The story is nothing if not spirited and entertaining, rational and...
Page 276 - Illustrated by H. De M. Young. An historical romance of the sixteenth century, describing the adventures of a young French nobleman at the court of Henry III., and on the field with Henry IV. THE ROAD TO PARIS A STORY OF ADVENTURE.
Page 276 - True in substance but fascinating as fiction. It will interest old and young, city-bound and free-footed, those who know animals and those who do not.
Page 278 - Brooklyn Eagle. THE PRISONER OF MADEMOISELLE With frontispiece by Frank T. Merrill. Library 12mo, cloth decorative $1.50 A tale of Acadia, — a land which is the author's heart's delight, — of a valiant young lieutenant and a winsome maiden, who first captures and then captivates. THE HEART OF THE ANCIENT WOOD With six illustrations by James L. Weston. Library 12mo, decorative cover $1.50 " One of the most fascinating novels of recent days.
Page 277 - This is a book full of delight. An additional charm lies in Mr. Bull's faithful and graphic illustrations, which in fashion all their own tell the story of the wild life, illuminating and supplementing the pen pictures of the authors."— Literary Digest.
Page 276 - ADVENTURE. (35th thousand.) Illustrated by HC Edwards. An historical romance of the eighteenth century, being an account of the life of an American gentleman adventurer of Jacobite ancestry.
Page 277 - Library 12mo, cloth, decorative cover . . . $1.50 " It will rank high among collections of short stories. In ' Earth's Enigmas ' is a wider range of subject than in the ' Kindred of the Wild.' " — Review from advance sheets of the illustrated edition by Tiffany Blake in the Chicago Evening Post. BARBARA LADD With four illustrations by Frank Verbeck. Library 12mo, cjoth, decorative cover . . . $1.50 " From the opening chapter to the final page Mr.