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Page 3 - The Wild North Land; the Story of a Winter Journey with Dogs across Northern North America. Demy 8vo, cloth, with numerous Woodcuts and a Map, 4th Edition, iSs.
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Page 28 - III. Secret of the Island . . The Child of the Cavern . . . The Begum's Fortune .... The Tribulations of a Chinaman The Steam House, 2 vols.: — I.
Page 15 - Boston Transcript, Low's Standard Library of Travel and Adventure. Crown 8vo, bound uniformly in cloth extra, price Js. 6d. 1. The Great Lone Land. By Major WF BUTLER, CB 2. The Wild North Land. By Major WF BUTLER, CB 3.
Page 8 - To all (both men and women) who have neglected to read and study their native literature we would certainly suggest the volume before us as a fitting introduction.