BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIRS
A Magistrate's Memories
rhe author of this intensely human and fascinating book, whose death
occurred recently, was famous as a magistrate of the widest and most
His book is full of stories, gram and gay, of the hundreds of cases with
which he has had to deal. Demy. About i or. 6d.
* J. G. HAY HALKETT
A Pioneer Looks Back
Tlyfr. Taylor's interesting reminiscences reflect a fine and engaging
JL Vipersoriatity. Blessed with a great capacity for enjoy ment, he was
one of the few to be able to cast the lure of money-making behind
him. His book is liberally sprinkled with anecdotes and experiences of
pioneer days in South Africa and sporting days in 'England.
Large Demy, z 6 Illustrations. 18s.
h J. B. TAYLOR
TRAVEL AND ADVENTURE
ftyfr. Buckley claims., among his various accomplishments., to have
JL\ibeen round the world five times, visiting practically every country^
and to have written three widely read travel books.
In these new travel experiences of Denmark., Sweden, Finland, and
Norway, Mr. "Buckley does not aspire to cover all aspects of these countries.
His book is simply a fascinating and racily written record of a 5 ,ooo-m&
motor tour througfc Scandinavia.
Beautifully illustrated. Demy %vo. izs, 6d.
* V. C BUCKLEY
Author of S fop and Go, With a Passport and Two Eyes
Brass Hats and Bell-Bottomed Trousers
rhis is an exciting, painstaking account of the dangerous work done by
the Harwich Patrol during the war. From official despatches and
stones from the men concerned the author has built up an important
and thrilling document. Demy Svo. Illustrated, xos. 6d.
k> WILLIAM GUY CARR
Author of By Guess and'By God(6$tb thous.\ High and Dry
All prices In this catalogue are provisional and subject to alteration