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of LONDON and of all the principal Towns in the United 
Kingdom, with their respective Trading Ports, and the class of 
Goods they customarily ship. Including a completely Revised 
List of Lloyds' Agents and Signal Stations. 

An Itinerary of the City of London is published in coiyunction 

with the Work. This Itinerary supplies a long-felt want amongst 
Travellers and Commercial Men calling upon the Exporters in 
London. Cloth gilt, crown 8vo. Price 17s. 6d. 


With class of Paper made, and every Paper and Pulp Mill in the 
Worid. Crown 8vo. cloth gilt. Price lOs. 6d. 

DOG OWNERS' ANNUAL. An Illustrated Annual, containing 
Articles by Gordon Stables, M.D., CM., RN., and all the best 
Writers on Dogs, complete List of the various Pack3 of Hounds, 
Dog Clubs, (ba Illustrated. Stiff paper cover. Price Is. 

Ditto. Cloth boards. Price 2s. 

London : DEAN & SON, Limited, 160a, Fleet Street, E.G. 

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Note — B«M)k8 ihat are pablished at under Sd are generally only 
catttlogued under the headings of their respective ^ries, and not 
separately, but higher priced Toy-Books are included bodi ways. 

ABC. Words by Clifton Bingham. (No. 18, in Dean's 
Pinafore Series) Toy Book. Printed in the very higheftt Btvle of 
artistic lithography, and containing 6 colour pages and 6 black-and- 
white pages with letterpress 3 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable 6 

A B G of Animals (Na 12, in Dean's Pinafore Series). Toy 
Book. Printed in the very highest style of artistic lithography, and 
containing 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages, with letterpress 3 

Ditta Mounted on linen, untearable 6 

A B C of Comical Animals (No. 7, in Dean's Diploma Series). 
Linen. Toy Book. Beautifully enamelled covers. 8ize, 12 by 10 in. 
Mounted on strong linen. Containing 6 pp. in full colours, beautifully 
reproduced in high art lithography, and 10 pp. in tints with letterpress 1 

A B C of PrettV Birdies (No. 50, in Dean's Gold Medal 
Series) Toy Book. Size, 15 by 10 in. With beautifully lithogrsi)hed 
cover, standing out in relief, and 11 plates in colours and monotints, 
reproauced by fine art lithography 1 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable 2 

DittOb (No. 3, in Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong card- 
l>aard, with linen hinges. Unusually strong and almost unbreakable, 
(^ns out 12 feet 4 inches 2 6 

Accessory after the Pact (No. 5, in Dean's U, Novels). 
NoveL Translated from the French of Ken6 de Camors by Albert D. 
Yandam. Effective cover. Crown 8vo 1 

Adventures of Six Toung Men in the Wilds of Maine and 

Onnada ; or, the Knock-About Club. By O. A. Stephens. Small 4to. 
cloth gilt, bevelled boards. Illustrated with 96 exceptionally well cut 
and artistic engravings 6 

After the "Rft^iw By Francis W. Moore. Comedietta. (No. 19, 

in Dean*8 M, Character Sketches and Comediettas.) Paper cover ... 6 

Afternoon Tea (No. 3, in Holiday Series). Stiff covered, 
picture board, cloth back, enamelled and varnished picture cover, 
front and back. Containing 32 pp. of pictures and letterpress, one or 
more large iUustiations on every page, besides short stories in large 
type for the Little Onea Size, 7} by 9^ in. 6 

Ailments of Dogs (Dean's 1«. Practical Guide Books). By 

Dr. Gordon Stables, M.D.,B.N. Cloth bound 1 

Ailments of Poultry (same Series). By F. T. Barton. Cloth 

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Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp (No. 13, in Dean's PlAyi 

for TouDg Actors). By Amy Whinyatei. Faocy illurtreted ooyer, 

gilt edges. Size, 7^ by 5^ in. ... m. ... 1 

Amateur Gv cling (Dean's 1«. Champion Handbooks). By 

G. Lacy Hillier and W. G. H. Bramson. Bound in stiff cloth 10 

Amateur Stage (Dean's 6d Plays for Young Acton). By 

Benjamin Clayton. Fancy cover in colours. Grown 8to 6 

Amateur Zoo. See Pet Animals. 

Andersen's Correspondence (Hans Christian) with the Qrand 
Duke of Saxe-Weimar, the late Charles Dickens, and others. Bdited 
by Frederick Crawford, with a Memoir of Andersen and Portraits. 
Handsomely bound. Large post^Svo. 6 

Animal Sketches (No. 10, in Dean's 1#. Diploma Series). 
Mounted on linen. Toy Book. Beautifully enamelled covers. 8ize, 
12 hj 10 in. Containing 6 pp. in full colours, beautifully reprodnced 
in high art lithography, and 10 pp. in tintewith letterpress 1 

Any Port in a Stoim. Comedietta By Francis W. Moore. 

In 1 Tol. with * The Course of True Love* 6 

Aquaria (No. 1, in Dean's td, Illostrated Practical Quide 

Books). By Bd. Bairstow. Fancy cover in colours. Crown 8vo. ... 6 

Army ABC (No. 14, in Dean's \a. Diploma Series). Toy 
Book. Mounted on linen, untearable. BeautifiiUy enamelled covers. 
Size, 12 by 10 in. Containing 6 pp. in full colours, beautifully repro- 
duced in high art lithography, and 10 pp in tints with letterpress ... 1 

Asking Papa. In 1 book with * Where there's a Will there's 
a Way.' Comedietta. By Francis W. Moore. Pi^er covers. (No. Id, 
in Dean's 6i2. Character Sketches) 6 

Association Football (Dean's Champion Handbooks). By 

•* Straw Hat" Cloth, crown 8vo 6 

Astrol(^er's Spell (No. 14, in Dean's Plays for Yoang Actors). 
A Persian sensational Drama. By Averall. Bound, gilt edges, fancy 
illustrated cover. Size, 7^ by 5^ in 1 

Attack and Defence, The Arr. of (No. 13, in Dean's 

Champion Handbooks). By Major Bliott. Including Fencing, Sword 
and Bayonet Exercise, Singlestick, and Boxing. Crown 8vo. Fancy 
paper cover 6 

At the Fair (No. 3, in Dean's Magic Surprise Series). Toy 
Book. An absolute novelty. Each book contains three movements, 
printed in colours, besides 14 pp. of letterpress and illustrations in 
Dlack and white 1 

A was an Archer (No. 13, in Dean's Diploma Series) Toy 
Book. Beautifully enamelled covers. Size, 12 by 10 in. Containing 
6 pp. in full colours, beautifully reproduced in High art lithography, 
and 10 pp. in tints with letterpress 6 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, antearable 1 

Ditto. (Na 9, in Cloth Bound Series.) Mounted on linen. 

Contaming 8 pp. of lithographed pictures and 20 pp. printed in a tint 3 6 

Baby's ABC Book (No. 7, in Dean's Cloth Bound Series). 
Toy Book. Handsomely bound, cloth gilt, bevelled boards^ with block 
designs on cover. Size, royal 4to. 16 pp. of beautifully lithographed 
pictures, and 40 pp. of pictures and texts printed in a tint 3 6 

Ditto. Containing Four Alphabets of Familiar Subjects. Hand- 
somely bound, oioth gilt bize, 12 by 10 in. 5 O 

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Babys Afiifw^il ABC (No. 2, in Dean's Untearable Series). 
Toy Book« VTith enamelled coverB and beautifully lithographed 
colour pictures, together with pictures or stories printed in a tint on 
the linen 6 

Baby's Rocker (No. 42, in Gold Medal Series). Toy Book. 
Cut in the shape of a rocker. Beautifully lithographed plates as well 
as letterpress , 1 

Baby's Souvenir. By A. 0. Kaplan. Handsomely bound, 
half doth gilt, gilt edges. With 22 coloured and other illustrations by 
Frances M. Brundage. This book is intended to preserve a record of 
the life of a child from its birth to its majority 10 6 

Bardell v. Pickwick (No. 6, in Dean's Penny Tales for the 
Million). 16 pp. of papers from *The Pickwick Papers.' By Charles 
Dickens, Well printed in good type. 8vo. imperial, in coloured illus- 
trated wrapper 1 

Bamaby Bndge (No. 18, in Orchid Library). By Charles 
Dickens. Bound in cloth boards, orchids being embossed in blind 
blocking, titles on back and front stamped in gold 2 

Ditto. (No. 18, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Charles 
Dickens. Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and 
colours, gilt edges all round. Crown Syo 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 24, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Charles 
Dickens. Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
gilt and colours, gilt edges all round 3 6 

Basil Marsden (Na 38, in Orchid Library). By George E. 
Sargent Bound in cloth boards, orchids being embossed in blind 
blocking, titles on back and front stamped in gold. Copyright ... 2 

Ditta (No. 38, in Windsor Castle Library). By George E. 
Sargent Handsomely boimd in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and 
colours, gilt edges all round. Crown 8vo. Copyright 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 3, in Royal Stnart TarUn Library). By George E. 
Sargent Handsomely bound in Boyal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
gilt and colours, gilt edges all round. Copyright 3 6 

Batde of Whistleblinkers (No. .11, in Our Junior's Library). 
By Ascott B. Hope. Crown 8vo. cloth bound, floral design in colours, 
modem illustrations 6 

Beauty and the Beast (No. 1, in Dean's Plays for Young 
Actors). Eighteenth edition. Bv Miss Comer. Illustrated by 
N. Westmp. Gilt edges, &ncy illustrated cover. Size, 7^ by 5i in. ... 1 

Ditta (Untearable Pantomime Series.) Toy Book. Mounted 

on linen, enamelled covers. Size, 12 by 9^ in 1 6 

Bells, The (No. 15, in Orchid Library). By MM. Erckmann- 
Chatrian. Bound in cloth boards, orchids embossed in blind blocking, 
titles on back and front stamped in gold. Copyright 2 

Ditto. (No. 15, in Windsor Castle Library.) By MM. Erck- 
mann-Chatrian. Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt 
and colours, gilt edges all round. Crown 8vo. Copyright 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 31, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library). By MM. 
firckmann-Chatrian. Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, 
bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt edges all round. Copyright ... 3 6 

Ben Hur (No. 31, in Orchid Library). By Lew Wallace. 
Bound in cloth bowrds. orchids embossed in blind blocking, titles on 
back flod front stamped in gold 2 

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Ben Hnr (No. 31, in WiDdaor Castle Library). By Lew Wallace. 

iJandBomel}' bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt 
edges all round. Crown 8vo 3 6 

Ditta (No. 10, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Lew 
Wallace. Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
gilt and colours, gilt edges all round 3 6 

Bicycle ABC (No. 52, in Gold Medal Series). Toy Book. 
Size, 16 bv 10 in. With beautifully lithographed cover, standing out 
in relief, l2 pp. in colours* and reproduced by fine-art lithography ... I 

Ditta Mounted on linen, untearable 2 o 

Ditto. (No. 5, in Panorama Series.) Moanted on strong card- 
board with Unen hinges, unusually strong and almost unbreakable. 
Opens out 12 feet 4 inches 2 6 

Big Animal Toy Book (No. 61, in Gk)Id Medal Series). Toy 
Book. Size, 15 by 10 in. With beautifully lithographed cover, standing 
out in relief, 12 pp. in colours, and reproduced by fine-art lithography 1 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable 2 ^ 

Ditto. (No. 14, in Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong card- 
board, with linen hinges. Unusually strong and almost unbreakable. 
Opens out 12 feet 4 inches 2 6 

Billiards (Dean's \9. Champion Handbooks). By W. Mitchell. 

Bound in stiff cloth. Crown 8vo 1 

Bill Muggins (No. 10, in Dean's Character Sketches). By 

Robert Overton. Paper cover 6 

Bird and Animal Stuffing (No. 28, in Dean's M. Gdde 

Books). By James Gardner and Cecil H. Bisshop. Fully illustrated. 

Fancy cover in colours. Crown 8vo 6 

Ditto. (Dean's \s. Practical Guide Books.) Bonnd in cloth ... 1 

Birthday Text Books (Dean's 6(2. Series). Handsomely 

bound in cloth boards, with designs in colours. Size, 5 by 3^ in. each 6 

1. Qems from Longfellow. 

2. Birthday Chimes from Dickens. 

3. Heavenly Wisdom. 

4. Sparks of Humour. 

9. Gems from the Poets. 
Ditto. (Dean's Is. Series.) Handsomely bound in cloth gilt, gilt 
•dffes, with a design in colours on cover, portrait frontispiece. Size, 
4|by3|in each 1 

5. Words of Cheer. 

6. Rays of Light. 

7. Qems from Bums. 

8. Gems from Shakesi>eare. 

1. My Friend's Opinion. 

2. Daily Love and Light. 

3. Daily Guidance. 

4. Daily Comfort 

5. Daily Strength. 

6. My Birthday Book. 

7. Dickens Birthday Record. 

8. Bums Birthday Record. 

9. Scott Birthday Record. 

10. Longfellow Birthday Record. 

11. Shakespeare Birthday Record. 

12. Humorous Birthday Book. 

Bismarck Intime. By a Fellow Student. With photo- 
portrait of Prince Bismarck and fulj-i>age portraits of the Emperors 
William L and II., Von Moltke, and Bismarck. Bound in clotn gilt, 
large post 8vo 6 

Blossoms from Old Trees; or, Nursery Rhymes Retold. 
By M. Waterson. Handsomely bound in cloth gilt and colour, bevelled 
boards, gilt edges. Size, imperial 8vo. 16 full-page illustrations beau- 
tifully executed in a tint by D. Waterson. 
The book will make a most delightful gift for a child 2 6 

Blae Beard (No. 18, in Dean's Plays for Y(»uug Actors). By 

Mi98 Whinyates, Fancy illustrated cover, gilt edges. Size, 7^ by 5^ in. 1 

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Bine Book for Sale (No. 22, in Dean's M. Character Sketches). 

By M. Betham-Edwards. Paper cover 6 

Bonny Little People. By Maud Humphrey, and Verses by 
Helen Gray Cone. Fine-Art Gift^Book« Handsomely bound in stiff 
picture bos^s. Size, 14 by 11 in 6 

Bold Animals Picture Book (No. 49, in Gfold Medal Series). 

Toy Book. Siae, 15 by 10 id, with beautifully lithographed cover, stand- 
ing out in relief, and 11 plates in colours and monotints reproduced 
by fine-art lithography 1 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, nntearable 2 

Ditto. (No. ly in Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong card- 
board with linen hinges. Unusually strong and almost unbreakable. 
Opens out 12 feet 4 inches 2 6 

Book of Nine Tales (No. 12, in Dean's U Novels). By 
Charles Dickens, Capt Marryat, Cervantes, and William H. Stacpoole. 
Crown 4to. Most novel and effective covers I 

Book of Trains (No. 20, in Dean's Pinafore Series). Toy 
Book. Printed in the very highest style of artistic lithography, con- 
taining 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages with letterpress ... 3 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable 6 

Book of Wonders, Events, and Discoveries, The. Edited 

by John Timbs. New and revised edition, with numerous illustrations. 
Crown 8vo. Cloth gilt, picture sides in colours. 

The new edition includes chapters on the Submarine Electric Tele- 
graph, revised and extended by Peter Lund- Simmonds, F.L.S. ; 
the Bagged School Movements, revised b)r the Secretary of the Ragged 
School Union : the Britannia Tubular Bridge, &c. ; and new chapters 
on the Eiffel Tower and the Forth Bridge 2 6 

Boxing (Dean's Champion Handbooks). By J. C. EarL Paper 

cover 6 

Boxing, Attack and Defence (l>ean*s U. Champion Hand- 
books). By John C. Earl and Major Elliott. Crown 8vo. stiff cloth 
bound 1 

British Aviary and Song Birds (Dean's Is. Practical Quide 
Books). Containing Addenda on the various Breeds of (*anaries. hy 
Thomas Andrews. Bound in illustrated stiff varnished paper covers 1 

Ditta (No. 2, in Dean's 28. Useful Books) By Thomas 

Andrews. With 20 pp. of plates, fancy covers, crown 8vo 2 

British Regimental Plates. By Harry Payne. Handsomely 
printed on thick paper in chromo colours. Size, 15 by 17 in. Six in 
Series each 6 

Budget from Fairyland (No. 4, in Dean's 6d Holiday 

Series). Stiff covered, picture boards, cloth back. Size, 7^ by 9j in. 
32 pp. of pictures and letterpress, besides Short Stories in large tyiHi 
for the Little Ones 

Banyan's Pilgrim's Progress (Windsor Castle Library). 
See Pilgrim's Progress. 


Cage Birds (Dean's U, Practical Guide Books). By Bechstein. 

Including Parrots. Illustrations by Joseph B. Kidd. Crown 8vo. 
bound in illustrated stiff varnished paper covers 1 

Canaries, their Varieties and Points (Dean's Practical 

Guide Books). By Sabin. With Appendix by Dr. Karl Russ. Fancy 
cover in colours. Crown 8vo 6 

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Canaries. How to Breed, E«ar, and Keep Them in Healtli. By 
Dr. Earl Buss. < Dean's Is. Practical Guide Books.) With pictures of 
19 Varieties, and chapter on Mules. Stiff cover in colours 1 O 

Canary Birds: How to Breed for Profit and Pleaeare. By 
Dr. Karl Russ. An exhaustive and standard Treatise on all the 
different Breeds, with chapters on Rearing, Breeding, Feeding, Cages. 
Mule Breeding, Nesting, £gg Food, Sanitary Measures. Very lull 
chapter on Diseases and Remedies. Cloth gill, hoards 2 6 

Card Tricks, Coigoring, Hagic and Mystery Up to Date 

(Dean's Practical Guide Books) . By Hercat. Crown 8vo. illustrated, 

stiff varnished paper covers 1 O 

Carmen (No. I, in Songs from the Operas). By J. Eendrick 

Bangs and Frank M. Gregory. Containing the &mou8 Toreador Song, 
and illustrated with 31 designs. Beautifully bound in cloth gilt, bevelled 
boards, gilt edges. iSice, royal 4to 6 O 

Cats (No. 25, in Dean's Illastrated Practical Goide Books). 
Handbook to their Classification and Diseases, with chapter on 
Training. By Gordon Stables, M.D., R.N. Fancy cover in colours. 
Crown 8vo 6 

Cheap and Choice Cookery (No 13, in Dean's ninstrated 

Practical Guide Books). By Mrs. H. P. Whitcombe. Fancy cover in 
colours. CrqwnSvo 6 

Chess. A Manual for Beginners. (No. 3, in Dean's Champion 

Series.) Edited by H. B. Bird. Bound in stiff cloth, lettered. Crown 8vo. 1 O 

Chess History and Reminiscences. Dealing with the 

Origin and Barly History of Chess, together with amusing Anecdotes, 

&c., concerning Noted Flayers. By H. E. Bird. Cloth, crown 8vo. ... 2 6 

Chess Masterpieces. Comprising a collection of 160 choice 
games of the past quarter of a century, with Notes. Compiled by 
H. B. Bird. Cloth boards 3 6 

Ditto. Full gilt, boards, gilt edges 6 O 

Chess Openings, The. Considered Critically and Practically 

by H. B. Bird. With Appendix, containing 26 illustrated diagrams of 
noteworthy positions and 16 illustrated problems. Cloth 6 O 

Chess Papers and Problems. By James and W. Timbrell 

Pierce. Handsomely bound in cloth, demy 8vo 6 

Childhood's Golden Tales. With 12 full-page illastrations 

in the best style of chromo colours, printed on stout plate paper. 
Being the old popular fairv tales, in one volume, such as * Snow Queen/ 
•Mother Goose.' »The White Cat,' 'Cinderella,' *Hop o' my Thumb,* 
* Puss in Boots,^* Red Riding Hood,' &c 7 6 

Children's Favourite Tales (No. 2, in Dean's 5#. Toy Books). 

Containing four of the old fairy tales. Handsomely bound, cloth gilt. 
Beautifully illustrated in colours. Size, 12 by 10 in 5 O 

Children in the Wood (No. 6, in Dean's Flays for Yonng 
Actors). Fifteenth edition, new and revised. By Miss Comer. 
Beautifully illustrated by F. Holms. Fancy cover, gilt edges. Size, 
7Jby5iin 1 O 

Children's Keepsake (No. 3, in Dean's 5». Toy Books). 

Containing 22 pp. of chromo pictures beautifully lithographed, and 
30 pp. of monotints of Animals, Nursery Rhymes, and pictures on 
paj)er. Handsomely bound, cloth gilt. Suse, iS by 10 in 5 

Ditto. Moanted on linen, nntearabla Containing 8 pp. of 
chromo pictures of Animals and Nursery Rhymes, and 20 pp. of mono- 
tints 5 

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Children's Paradise (^o. 2, in Dean's Cloth Bound Series). 

ContaiDing 16 pp. of beautifully-lithographed pictures and 40 pp. of 
pictures and texts printed in a tint Handsomely bounds cloth gilt, 
berelled boards, block designs on cover. Size, royal 4to 3 6 

Children's Recitations (No. 14, in Dean's Books for Elocu- 
tionists). Bj M. Dean. Bound in limp cloth. Crown 8vo 1 0. 

Chimes ABC (No. 12, in Dean's Diploma Series). Toy 

Book. Mounted on linen, untearable. Containing 6 pp. in full colours, 
beautlfuUy reproduced in high-art lithography. 10 pp. in tints with 
letterpress^ beautifully enamelled covers. Size, 12 by 10 in. 1 

dhristmas Carol, A (No. 8, in Dean's Id. Tales for the 

Million). By Charles Dickens. Imperial 8yo. Well printed, in 
coloured Ulostrated wrapper 1 

Chnck ! Chuck! (No. 18, in Dean's Little Goes' Own Series). 
Containing 300 coloured pictures and 400 tales. Half bound, d^th 
back, handsome picture cover in gold and colours. Size, crown 4to. ... 3 6 

Ditto. . Handsomely bound, cloth gilt, gilt edges 5 

^Sinderella (No. 9, in Dean's Pinafore Series). Toy Book. 
Containing 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages with letterpress. 
Enamelled stiff covers. Crown 4to 3 

€iiiderelia and Red Biding Hood (No. 17, in Dean's 

Diploma Series). Toy Book. Containing 16 pp. of pictures in colours 

and tints, besides letterpress. Enamelled covers. Jnoy^ 4to 6 

Ditto, ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable 1 

Cinderella (Dean's Pantomime Series). Toy Book. Mounted 

on linen, enamelled covers. Size, 12 by 9^ in 1 6' 

Cinderella and the Glass Slipper (No. 3, in Dean's Plays 

for Young Actors). By Miss Comer. 12 illustrations by Alfred Crow- 
quill. Twelfth edition. Fancy cover, gilt edges 1 

Cloth Bound Series. Handsomely bound, cloth gilt, bevelled 
boards, with block designs on cover. Size, royal 4to. Containing 
16 pp. of beautifully lithographed pictures and 40 pp. of pictures and 
text printed in a tint each 3 6 

1. Old Friends and Fun. I 7. Baby's ABC Book. 

2. Children*s Paradise. 1 11. Our Friends. 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable. Containing 8 pp. of 

lith€»graphed pictures and 20 pp. printed in a tint each 3 6 

3. Funny Pussies and True Stories. 

4. Comical Animals. 

5. Peeps into Storyland. 
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8. Frolic and Fun. 

9. A was an Archer. 
10. Our Pets' ABC. 
12. Our Friends. 

& Golden Days of Childhood. 

<!obbett's Blotting-Case Dictionary. An addition to the 

ordinary blotting case or pad. without materially augmenting its bulk. 

Contains 25,000 words and other useful matter. 
Stitched, sixe either 8vo. (7^ by 5 in.) 4to. (10 by 8i in.) or foolscap 

(12 by Si in.) ... 3 

Pftper cover, with 16 pp. blottinj[ paper. Size, foolscap 6 

CloUi lettered, one pocket, blotting pad, &c. Size, 8vo 6 

« X " ,. . " '» i*^*, 1 2 

„ two pockets, „ „ foolscap 1 6 

•Cloth, half-bound french morocco back and comers, blotting-pad, 

&C. Size, 8vo. 1 6 

2)itto. Size,4to. 2 6 

Cloth, half bound, one pocket, blotting-pad, &c. Size, 8vo 2 

ifock russia, one pocket, blotting-pad, &c. Size, 8vo 2 e 

„ „ „ ,f 4to. ... ... 3 6 

£lack leather, two pockets, blotting-pad, &0. Size, foolscap 3 tf 

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Cobbett's Blottuig-Case Dictionary— coft^t^wecf. 

Dull grain, limp, gilt lines, blotting-pad, &c. Size, 8vo. 

„ „ „ Size, 4to. 

„ extra gilt, blotting-pad, pencils, &c. Si^e, 4to. ... 
Bussia limp, pockets, blotting-pad, &c. Biae, 4to 

Oomioal Animals (No. 6, in Dean's Untearable Series). Toy 
Book. With enamelled covers and beautifully lithogrraphed coloured 
pictures, together with pictures or stories printed in a tint on the linen & 

Ditto. (No. 4, in Dean's Cloth Bonnd Series.) Untearably 
mounted on linen. Containing 8 pp. of lithographed pictiu-es and 
20 pp. printed in a tint. Handsomely bound, cloth gilt, bevelled ^ 

boards, block designs. Size, royal 4to. Z 6^ 

Comical Cyclists (No. ll, in Dean's Diploma Series). Toy . 
Book. Mounted on linen, imtearable. Containing fi pp. in full colours, 
beautifully reproduced in high-art lithography, and 10 pp. in tints with 
letterpress. Knamelled covers. Size, 12 by 10 in. 1 O 

Confectionery, Pastry, Preserving, Sweets, &c, (Dean's , 

Practical Guide Books). By George Beid. Bound in limp cloth. 
Crown 8vo 1 O** 

Con O'Donnell, and other Ballads and Legends (No. 9, in 
Dean's Books for Blocutionists) . By £. Owens Blackburne. Cover 
in colours. Crown 8vo 1 0» 

Cookery Hade Easy (Dean's Practical Guide Books). By 

G. Bead. Strongly bound in cloth. Crown 8vo 1 O^ 

Comer's Histories. l«- 6cf., 2^. 6d, 3^., and 3^. 6c/. See ' 

under Histories. 
Cot Picture Book. A most ing;enions toy and toy book. 
When open forms a pretty little cot (size, 5^ by 3 in. and 9^ in. high), 
with a cnanning booklet of nursery rhymes, magnificently illustrated 
in colours by M. Waterson 1 O 

County Courts, Guide to (^^o. 20, in Dean's Practical Guide 
Books). By James Bishop. Bevised, to include the latest Acts of 
Parliament, by W. H. O. Payne. Crown 8vo 6- 

Course of True Love, and Any Port in a Storm (No. 16, 

in Dean's Character Sketches). By Francis W. Moore. Paper covers 6* 
Cracker Series. These amusing toy books crack like a pistol 

when properly manipulated each 1. 

1. Bed Biding Hood. I 3. Puss in Bootu. 

2. Cinderella. 1 4. Bobinson Crusoe- 

Cricket, and How to Play it (No. 4, in Dean's Champion 

Handbooks). Edited by Bobert Abel. Crown 8vo ^ 

Ditto. (Dean's Champion Handbooks.) By Robert Abel. Illns- 

trated. Bound in cloth. Crown 8vo. 1 0* 

Cricket Scoring Sheets, ^i^e, 13 by H io- 

With 4 pp. of Tables by C. Lillywhite. (Registered) new and revised 1 
„ 12 pp. „ C. Lillywhite. ,. bound in cover ^ 

,, 20 pp. I, F. Cadby (Scorer to tne Midland Matches). 

Bound in cover 

y, 24 pp. „ C. Lillywhite. New and revised edition. In 

stiflP paper cover 6- 

„ 40 pp. „ F. Cadby (Scorer to the Midland Matches). 

Bound stiff {laper, cloth back ... ...1 0' 

„ 48 pp. n C. Lillywhite. New and revised edition. 

Bound stiff paper, cloth back ./. ... 1 0' 

„ 80 pp. n F. Cadby (t^oorer to the Midland Matches). 

Strongly bound in boards, cloth book ... 2 6- 
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Dean's Fairy Book. A Companion to the ^ Doyle Fairy 
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Embalmed Heart, and other sensational Poems, The (No. 10, 
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Fire at the Farm, The (No. 1, in Dean's Junior Library). 
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First Catch your Hare, and A Legal Intrusion. In 1 vol. 

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Fireworks and Chemical Snrprises (Dean's Practical Guide 

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Fishmg (Dean's CSiampion Handbook Series); By C. Davies 

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FrancCi Comei^s Histoiy of. See under Histories. 

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Frait Figures and How to Make Them (No. 14, in Dean's 

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7. A B C Animale. 

8. Nursery Rhymes ABC. 

9. My Own Toy ABC. 

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11. Cinderella. 

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Gennanyi Comer's History of. See under Histories. 

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6. Nursery Nonsense. 

13. Pussie's Party. 

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Girls and Boys Come Out to Play (No. 3, iu Dean's 

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Ooats: their Varieties and Characteristics (No. 6, in Dean's 
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40. Nursery Rocker Toy Book. 

41. The Rocking Chair Toy Book. 

42. Baby's Rocker. 

48. The House that Jack Built. 

49. Bold Animal Picture Book. 

50. A B C of Pretty Birdies. 

51. Holiday Rhymes. 

52. Bicycle A B C, 

54. Musical Nursery Rhymes. 
56. Navy ABC. 

56. Victoria Tov Book. 

57. Nansen North Pole Pictuie Book. 
68. The Ting-Lings. 

59. Nursery Rhymeland. 

60. Our Indian and Colonial Forces^ 

61. Big Animal Toy Book. 

62. Nelson Picture Book. 

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59. Nutsery Rhymes. 

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61. Big Animal Toy Book. 

62. Nelson Pioture Book. 

63. Little Mother Hubbard. 

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Graphic Arts of the Age, The. By Theodor GoebeL 

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Oreece, Comer'a History ot See under Histories. 

Oness Me (No. 16, in Dean's Illostrated Presentation Books). 
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Oimter's Modem Confectioner and Biscuit Baker. 

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Gymnastics (N'o. 16, in Dean's Champion Handbooks). By 

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Handbook of Boxing, The (N'o. U, in Dean's Illustrated 
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J. C. Sari, Ex-Champion of Heavjrweights, Ireland. Crown 8vo. ... 6* 

Handbook of tbe Orders of Chivalry. By Charles Norton 

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the Earliest Period to the Decline of the Roman Empire. With map. 
Limp cloth, lettered 1 

Ditta Boards, cloth gilt i 6 

[History of Scotland, Comer's. From the Earliest Period to 
the Present Time. With chronological table and modem map. Three 
full-page engravings on steel from paintings by Sir John Gilbert. 
With questions for examination. Clotngilt 2 6 

Holiday Bhymes (No. 51, in Dean's Gold Medal Series). Toy 
Book. Beautifully lithographed cover, standing out in relief; 11 

Slates in colours and monotints, reproduced by nne-art lithography, 
iae, 15byl0in 1 

Ditta Mounted on linen, nntearable 2 

Ditta (No. 4, in Dean's Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong 
cardboard, with linen hinges. Unusually strong. Opens out 12 ft. 
4 in 2 6 

^Holiday Series. Toy Books. Stiff coTered, pictnre board, 
doth baSek, enamelled and varnished picture cover front and backup 
Containing d2 pp. of pictures and letterpress, besides short stories in 
large type for the Little Ones. Size, 7^ by 9^ in each (I 

1. The Home Farm. | 3. Afternoon Tea. 

2. Merry Tales. I i. Budget from Fairyland. 

JSLome Farm, The. Toy Book. (No. 1, in Holiday Series.) 

For particulars see under Holiday Series 6 

JSLome Influence (Na 36, in Dean's Orchid Library). By Grace 
Aguilar. Bound in cloth boards. Orchids embossed in blind blocking 
on the cloth, titles on back and front stamped in gold 2 

Ditto. (No. 36, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Grace Agnilar. 
Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt 
edges all round. Crown 8vo 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 5, in Royal Stuart TarUn Library.) By Grace 
Agnilar. Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
gilt and colours, gilt edges all round 3 (> 

Honesty is the Best Policy (No. 3, in Dean's Junior 
Library^. By J. Myrtle. Cloth bound, floral design in colours. 
Modem illustrations. Crown 8vo 6 

HoppUS' Timber Measurer. Trade edition, bound in leather 3 6 

Horse, Our Friend the. See Our Friend the Horse. 

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Horses, The Gentleman's Guide. Bj James Mills, M.R.C.y.S. 
(Hean's Practical Guide Books.) With suggeBtions relative to the treat- 
meut of diseases of horsep, and the art of horsemaDship, by Barej. 
Twentj-first edition. Bound in limp cloth. Crown 8vo. illustrated ... 

Housekeeper's Family Domestic Account Book (Dean's 

Practical Guide Books). Perforated for 52 weeks. Adapted for any 

year ... ••• ... ••• ... ••• •.« ••• ... ..« ... j. {y 

House that Jack Built (No. 48, in Gold Medal Series). 
Toy Book. Beautifully lithojjraphed cover standing out in relief, 
11 plates in colours and monotints, reproduced by fine-art lithography. 
Size, 15 by 10 in 1 O 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, nntearable 2 fr 

Ditto. (No. 2, in Dean's Panorama Series.) Mounted on 

strong cardboard, with linen hinges. Opens out 12 ft 4 in 2 & 

How French Soldiers fared in German Prisons. Being 

th<9 Reminiscences of a French Army Chaplain during and after the 
Franco-German War.- By Canon £. Guerf*. Army Chaplain to the 
French Forces. This work is illustrated with portraits of the leading 
actors in these terrible scenes. Large post 8vo. Handsomely bound 
in cloth gilt 7 6^ 

How Matilda, first Queen of England, was Wooed and 

WON (Dean's Sixpenny Plays for Young Actors). By Elsa D'Bsterre 
Keeling. A Play in Four Acts, for School and Home Performance ... & 

How to Make a Will (in Dean's Practical Guide Book Series). 

By a London Solicitor. Fancy coTers in colours. Crown 8vo. ... & 

Humorous Pieces (in Dean's Books for Elocutionists). By 

Francis W. Moore. Bound in limp cloth. Crown 8vo 1 

Humorous Plays. By Francis W. Moore. Olotb gilt, crown 

8vo 2 (> 

Ditto. Paper covers, ten parts separately each e 

Indian Clubs, Dumb-Bells, and Sword Exercises (No. 8, 

in Dean*s Champion Handbooks). With Diagrams. By the late 
Professor Harrison. Crown 8vo. illustrated. Fancy paper coyer ... ^ 

Ditto, (fn Dean's Champion Handbook Series.) By the late 

Professor Harrison. Stiff cloth. Crown 8vo 1 O 

In thie Days of the Bevolution (No. 29, in Orchid Library), 
By Carette. Copyright. Bound in cloth boanls. Orchids embossed 
on the cloth in blind blocking, titles on back and front stamped in gold 2 O 

Ditto. (No. 29, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Carette. 
Copyright. Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and 
colours, gilt edges all round. Crown 8vo 3 6- 

Ditto. (No. 12, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library). By Carette. 
Copyright. Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, bevelled 
boardi<, gilt and colours, gilt edges all round 3 6> 

Ivanhoe (No. 24, in Orchid Library). By Walter Scott. 
Bound in cloth boards. Orchids embossed on the cloth in blind 
blocking, titles on back and front stamped in gold 2 0' 

Ditto. (No. 24, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Walter Scott. 
Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt 
edges all round. Crown 8vo 3 6- 

Ditto. (No. 18, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library ) By Walter 
Scotf. Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
gilt and colourd, gilt edges all rouud • 3 6- 

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Jack's Ashore (Dean's 6dL Plays for Young Actors). A 

Sftilor Play. By Maud Hodges. Paper cover 6 

Jack-in-ihe-BoZ ABC (No. 6, in Dean's " Happy Day " 
Series). Mounted on strong linen, beautifully enamelled covers. Sise, 
ISibySJin 1 

Jolly Games for Happy Homes (No. 14, in Dean's 3«. 6 A 

Ulttstrated Presentation Books). Handsomely bound in full cloth, 
with block design on cover, bevelled boards, gilt edges. Crown 8vo. 3 6 

Jumping Jack-in-the-Box (No. l, in Dean's ''Magic Sur- 
prise *' Series). This series is an absolute novelty. Each book contains 
three movements, printed tn colours, besides 14 pp. of letterpress and 
illustrations in black and white 1 

Keble Autograph Birthday Book, The. With floral fuU- 

page illustrations. Bv B. L. M. Strongly bound in cloth gilt, gilt 
edges, with design in black and gold. Size, 10^ by 5 in 10 6 

Kenilworth (No. 20, in Orchid Library). By Walter Scott. 
Bound in cloth boards, orchids embossed on the cloth in blind block- 
ing, titles on back and front stamped in gold 2 

Ditta (Na 20, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Walter Scott. 
Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt 
edges all round. Crown 8vo. 3 6 

Ditta (No. 19, in Royal Stuart Tartau Library.) By Walter 
Scott. Handsomely bound in Koyal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
• gut and colours, gilt edges all round ... ' 8 6 

Kennel Companion and Beferee (in Dean's Practical Quide 

Book Series). By Dr. Gordon Stables. Illustrated. Crown 8vo. ... 1 
TTing Lear (No. 21, in Dean's Plays for Young Actors). By 
F. Spencer. Abridged edition. Adapted for children from Shake- 
speare's well-known tragedy. Bound in fancy illustrated cover, gilt 
edges. Size, 7^ by 5^ in 1 

Sitchen Oracle of Modem Culinary Art. By Samuel 

Hobbs, late chef to Messrs. Gunter & Co., Berkeley Square, W., the 
Queen, &c., author of ' 160 Culinary Dainties,' &c. Demy 8vo 10 6 

Ditta Half-bonnd leather, tape sewn •• 15 

Ijadies' Dogs as Companions (^o- 13, in Dean's 2s. 6d, 

Useful Books). By Dr. Gordon Stables. A guide to their manage- 
ment in health and disease, with many stories, humorous and pathetic, 
painted from the life. Boards, cloth gilt 2 6 

Land Surveyor's Beady Reckoner; or, Gentleman's and 

Farmer*s Guide to Land Measure (No. 10, in Dean's Useful Books). 
Showini; how any person can become his own surveyor and accurately 
gauge the area, whatever the shape of any piece of land, into roods, 
poles, or acres. By S. Thurlow. Bound in red leather 2 

Landlords, Tenants, and Lodgers, Laws Bespecting 

(No. 21, in Dean's Practical Guide Books). Including Law of Distress 
Act^lSSS. By J. Bishop. Crown 8vo (V 

Language and Poetry of Flowers (No. 22, in Dean's Guide 

and Useful Books). By H. G. Adams. Waistcoat pocket edition ... 6 
Ditto. {Nik 31, in Dean's Gnide and Useful Books.) By Maud 

Dean. With embossed floral cover, title blocked in silver. Crown 8vo. 6' 

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Last Days of Pompeii <No. 19, in Ordiid Library). By Loid 
LyttoQ. Bound in cloth boards. Orchids are embossed on the cloth 
in blind blocking, titles ou back and front stamped in gold 2 0* 

Ditto. (No. 19, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Lord Lytton. 
Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt 
edges all round. Crown 8vo 3 (j: 

Ditto. (No. 28, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Lord 
Lvtton. Handsomely bound in Roval Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 
gilt and colours, gilt edges all round 3 s- 

Lawn Tennis. By Straw Hat (Dean's Champion Handbooks.) 

Crown 8vo. stiff cloth, boards - 1 o* 

Leaves from my Note Book. By an Ez-officer of the Royal 
Irish Constabular}'. Tales in connexion with Irish Life and Character. 
Illustrated. Bound, cloth gilt, gilt edges 2 & 

Xiegal Intrusion, A. In one Tolume with ' First Catch yoor 
Hare ' (No. 18, in Dean-'s 6<2. Character Sketches). By Francis W. Moore. 
Paper cover 6» 

Little Bluebell and the Will o' the Wisp (No. 10, in 

Dean's Plays for Young Actors). A Play in Three Acta for Little 
Children. By Aim^. Bound in fancy cover, gilt edges. Sise, 1\ by 
5ijn 1 0* 

Little Bewdrop and Jack Frost (in Dean's Plays for Young 

Actors). A Christinas Play fur Little Children. By Amy Whinyates... fi 

Jiittle Dewdrop and Jack Frost, and Fairy Rosebud and 

bound together in a fancy cover, gilt. edges. Size, 7i by 5^ in 10 

Little French Frot6g6 (No. 12, in Dean's Junior Libraiy). 
By author of ' Spring Flowers and Summer Blossoms.' Cloth bound, 
floral design in colours. Crown 8vo 6- 

Lil^&OOQ^y Two g[hoes (No. 15, in Dean's Pinafore Series). 
Toy Book.' Con'taining 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages 
with letterpress. Enamelled stiff covers. Crown 4to 3> 

Ditto. Mounted on linen^ untearable 6- 

Idttle Mother Hubbard (No. 63, in Deanis Gold Medal 
Series). Toy Book. Cover beautifully lithographed, standing out in 
relief, and 11 plates in colours and monotints, reproduced by fine-art 
lithography. Size, 15 by 10 in 1 0- 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable 2 0> 

Ditto. (No. 16, in Dean's Panorama Series.) Mounted on 
strong cardboard, with linen hinges. Unusually strong and almost 
unbreakable. Opens out 12 ft. 4 in 2 6 

Xdttle One's Own Annual, The. With oyer 500 Stcmes in 

Prose and Verse, and 200 full-page pictures in chromo colours, besides 
Kindergarten Lessons, Riddles, Fuxales, &c. Handsomely bound in 
cloth, gold aud colour. Size, crown 4to. bix different 7 6* 

little One's Own Beciter (in Dean'a Books fOT Elocutionists). 

By >Maud Dean. Bound in limp cloth ... 6* 

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IdtUe One's Own Series, ^li the fdlowing books contain 
300 ooloored pictures and 400 tales. Size, crown 4to. (9f by 7^ in.}. 

LITTLB ONE'S OWN ALBUM. Cloth gilt, gilt edges 6 0- 

Ditto COMPANION. Cloth gilt, gUt edges 5 

Ditto FANCYLAND. Picture boards, cloth back 3 &- 

Ditto ditto Cloth gilt, gilt edges 5 

Ditto KEEPSAKE. Cloth gilt, gilt edges 5 O 

Ditto FICTURELAND. Picture boards, cloth back 8 6 

Ditto PLAYMATE. - Cloth gilt, gilt edges 5 0* 

Ditto PRIZE. Cloth gilt, gilt edges. 6 0< 

Ditto SOUVENIR. Cloth gilt, gilt edges 5 0* 

Ditto TREASURY. Cloth gilt, gilt edges 5 a 

Ditto WORLD of DELIGHT. Cloth gilt, gilt edges 6 O' 

UtUe Fs 'Tories (No. 8, in Dmq'b Junior Library). By 
Mds. J. Fayle. Cloth bound, floral design in colour. Modem illustra- 
tions. Crown 8vo : 6* 

IrangBtone (No. 8, in Ordhid Library). With original letters 
from H. M. Stanley. Copyright. Bound in cloth boards. Orchids 
embteaed on the cloth in blind blocking, titles on back and front 
stamped in gold 2 0^ 

Bilto. (No. 8, in Windsor Castle Library.) With original 
letters from H. M. Stanley. Copyright. Handsomely bound in cloth, 
beyelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt edges all round. Crown 8vo. ... 3 ^ 

Ditto. (No. 37, in Boyal Stnart Tartan Library.) With original 
letters from H. M. Stanley. Copyright. Handsomely bound in Hoyal 
Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, gilt and colours, gilt edges all round ... 3 6* 

•Iiivillg Stmwelpeter (Na 4, in Dean's 5«. Toy Books). By 
L. Heggendorfer. With 8 pp. of most amusing movable figures, and 
9 pp. of black-and-white sketches, with text 6 0» 

IiOhengrin (No. 3, in Dean's Songs from the Operas). By 

J. Kendrick and Frank M. Gregory. Containing the Swan Song, 
Bridal Chorus, and Love Duet, which are enriched with thirty deBignts. 
printed in sepia and blue. Beautifully bound in cloth gilt, bevelled 

Bridal Chorus, and Love Duet, which are enriched with thirty dcBig 
printed in sepia and blue. Beautifully bound in cloth gilt, bevel 
Doards, gilt edges. Size, royal 4to. 6 0* 

Loveliest Woman in London, The (No. 3, in Dean's I5. 

Kovels). Novel effective cover. Crown 8vo 1 O 

Lucky Tab Painting Book, The (No. i, in Dean's Qd. 

Painting Books). Consisting of enamelled full colour stiff cover, 

8 full colour page8> and 90 pages of outline for |>aintiDg &• 

Hffftgift Surprise Series. !• Jumping Jack-in-the-Boz. 2. At 
the Fair. Macaws, cockatoos, parrakeets, and parrots, their habits 
and peculiarities. (Dean's Practical Guide Books.) By Sir Thomas 
Pick Lauder, F.I1.8J:., and Captain Thomas Brown, F.L.8. With 40 
full-page illustrations bv Josepn B. Kidd. Bound in cloth, crown 8vo. 2 0* 

Tlua series is an absolute novelty. Each book contains three move- 
ments, printed in colours, besides 14 pp. of letterpress and illustrations 
in black and white. 

Hanu&Ctorer, The (Na 9, in Dean's Penny Tales for the 
Million). By w. H. Stacpoole. Coloured illustrated wrapper. Im- 
perial 8to. . , J 

M fttfthfllfl BebelUon: By Major D. 'Tyrie-LaiDg, who com- 
manded the Belingwe Field Force during 1896, giving an interesting 
and graphic account of the incidents during the rebellion, and of the 
mrt the Belingwe Field Force took in the suppression of the rising. 
niuatrated. Cloth bound, 8vQ » 3 ^ 

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May We Ne'er Want a Friend. la 1 vol with * Two of 

Kve's Daughters.* (No. 12, in Dean's Character Sketches.) Humorous. 
By Francis W. Moore. Paper cover 6 

JHe and Bill (No. 7, in Dea&'s Character Sketches). By 

Robert Overton. Paptir cover 6 

Members of the Frolic Club (N'o. 17, in Dean's Pinafore 
Series). Toy Book. Containing 6 colour rages and 6 black-and- 
white pages, with letterpress. Bnatpelled stiff covers. Crown 4to. ... 8 

Ditto. Mpunted on linen, untearable 6 

Men'B Wrongs, Women's Eights (No. l, in Dean*s Cha- 

racter Sketches). By Julia Chandler. Paper cover 6 

Merchant Shippers' Directory, See Export Merchant 

Shippers' Directory. 
Merry Clowns (No. 8, in '' Happy Day " Series). Toy Book. 
Mounted on strong linen. Beautifully enamelled covers. Size, 13) by 
6f in 1 

Merry Movements by Smart Performers (No 3, in Dean's 

" Movable " Toy Book Series). Toy Book. Bound in boards, enamelled 
picture covers. Size, crown 4to 10 

Merry Tales (No. 2, in Dean's Holiday Series). Toy Book. 
Stiff cover, picture board, cloth back. 32 pp. of pictures and letter- 

{)re86, profusely illustrated, besides Short Stories for the Little Ones in 
arge type. Sise, 7^ by 9^ in 6 

Midshipman, The (No. 4, in Dean's Junior Library). By 
Philip H. Hemyng, late R.N. Cloth bound, floral design in colours. 
Crown 8vo 6 

Midshipman Easy (No. 2, in Dean's Orchid Library). By 
Capt. Marryat. Bound in cloth boards, orchids embossed on the cloth 
in blind blocking, titles back and front stamped in gold 2 O* 

Ditto. (Na 2, in Windsor Castle Library). By Capt 
Marryat Handsomely bound in cloth, bevelled boards, gilt and 
colours, gilt edges all round. Crown 8vo 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 33, in Hoyal Stnart Tartan Library.) By Capt 
Marryat Handsomely bound in Royal Stuart tartan, bevelled boards, 

'^ gilt and colours^ gilt edges all round 8 6 

Miller's Maid, The (No. 7, in Dean's PUysforTonng Actors). 

By Miss Comer. A Play for Juvenile Actors. Illustrated by Tod6. 
Fifth edition 1 

Ministering Angel, A (No. 3, in Orchid Library). By E. C. 

Clayton. Copyright. For specification see Orchid Library 2 

Ditta (No. 3, in Windsor Castle Library.) By E. C. Clayton. 

Copyright See Windsor Castle Library 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 40, in Koyal Stuart Tartan Library.) By E. C. 

Clayton. Copyright See Royal Stuart Tartan Library 8 6 

Modem Chess. By H. £. Bird. Noteworthy Specimens of 
Play. Early and modem games at odds. Illustrative games, together 
witn diagrams of interesting and instructive positions^ the Ruy Lopes 
Opening, &c. Cloth gilt, royal 8vo., with Index 7 

Modem Confectioner. See Oanter*s Modem Confectioner. 

Monte GristO (No. 33, in Orohid library). By Alexandre 

Dumas. For specification see Orchid Library .^ 2 0. 

Ditto. (No. 33, in Windsor Castle Libracy.) By Alexandre 

Dumas. See Windsor Library 3 6 

Ditto. (No. 8, in Royal Stnart Tartan Library.) By Alexandre 

Dumas. See Royal Stuart Tartan Library 3 6 

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Motlier Goose and the Golden Eggs (No. 5, in Dean's 

FlajBfor Young Actors). By Miss Ck)meF. 10 illuetrationB by Harri-^ 
flon Weir. Sixteenth edition. Bound in fancy cover, gilt edgee, 
8iic,7iby5tin ... H 1 

Moimtain Fugitives (No. 43, in Orchid Library). Bj Rev. 

J.ToniMl-HaTerfield. Copyright For particulars see Orchid Library 2 

IXtto. (No. 43, in Windsor Castle Library). By Rev. J. Ton- 
stall-HaTeffield Copyright. For particulars see Windsor Castle 
libraiy ... ... ... 3 a 

Movable Punch and Judy. Toy Book. Strongly bound, 

pictilre boards, cloth back, (Can also be had in French) ... ... 2 S 

ynpiffl^ Nursery Rhymes (No. 54, in Dean's Gold Medal 
Sei/uB6).. I'oy Book. Beautifully lithographed cover, standing out in 
rehef. 12 pp. in colours, reproduced by fine-art lithography. Shse, 
16 by 10 in ... ... ... 1 

Ditia Mounted on linen, nntearable ... — ... ..^ 2 0> 

Ditto. (Na 7, in Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong card- 
board, with linen hinged. Unusually strong. Opens out 12 ft. 4 in. ... 2 6 

My A B C (No: 14, in DeanV Pinafore Series). Bv Clifton 
Bingham. Containing- 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages, 
with letterpress. Bnamelled stiff covers. Crown 4 to 3* 

Ditta Mounted on linen, imtearable ... & 

My Mistress, the Empress Eugenie ; or, Court Life at the 

Tuileries. By her Private Reader, Madame Carette {nee Bouvet). 
Authorised Translation of * Souvenirs Intimes de la Cour aes Tuileries.* 
Handsomely bound, doth gilt Large post 8vo. Third edition ... 6 O 

Hansen North Pale Picture Book (No. 57, in Dean's Gold 

Medal Series). Toy Book. Beautifully lithographed cover, standing 
oat in relief. 12 pp. in colours, reproduced by fine-art lithography. 
, »«e, 15 by 10 in. 1 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearable ^ 2 

Ditto. (No. 10, in Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong card- 

boaM, with linen hinges. Unusually strong. Opens out 12 ft. 4 in. ... 2 G 

Haomi (No. 37, in Orchid Library). By Mrs. Webb. For 

particulars see Orchid Library 2 

Ditto. (No. 37, in Windsor Castle library.) By Mrs. Webb. 

For particulars see Windsor Oastle Library ... > ^ 3 ^ 

Ditta (No. 4, in ^oyal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Mrs: 

Webb. For particulars see Boyal Stuart Tartan Library 3 & 

Havy ABC (No. bby in Dean's Gold Medal Series). Toy 

Book. Beautifuliy lithographed cover, standing out in relief. 12 pp. 

in colours, reproduced by fine-art lithography. Size, 15 by 10 in. ... 1 O 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, uotearable 2 

Ditta (Na 8, in Panorama Series.) Mounted on strong card- 
board, with linen hinges. Unusually strong. Opens out 12 ft. 4 in. ... 2 & 

Hatoral History Wall Plates. Twelve different subjects, 

animals and birds each plate & 

Hdfie Hales (Na 2, in Dean's Penny Tales for the Million). 
By William H. Stacpoole. 16 pp. of well-printed matter, in coloured 
' iilostrated wrapper. Imperial 8vo It 

Helsoh Picture Book (No. 62, in Dean's Gold Medal Series). 
Toy Book. Beautifully lithographed cover, standing out in relief. 
. 12 pp. in colours, reproduced by fine-art lithography. Size, 15 by 10 in. 1 O 

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Nelson Picture Book. Moanted on linen, nnteurable ... 2 O 

Ditta (No. 16, in Panorama Series.) Moauted on strong card- 
board, urith linen hinges. Unusually strong. Opens out 12 ft. 4 in. ... 9 6 

New XTntearable Toy Book. Strongly bound in cloth boards. 

Containing 21 pp. of beautifully lithographed pictures mounted on linen 2 d 

Nicholas Nicldeby (No. 21, in Orchid Library). By Charles 

Dickens. For particulars see Orchid Library 2 O 

Ditta (No. 21, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Charies 
» Dickens. For particulars see Windsor Castle Library 8 6 

Ditto. (No. 20, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Charles 

Dickens. For particulars see Royal Stuart Tartan Library S 6 

Night with a fiaby, A (No. 3, in Dean'd Character Sketches). 

By Julia Chandler. Pai)er cover 6 

Nine Lives of Mr. Thomas Puss-Gat, The (No. 9, in 

Dean's Junior Library). By R. K. Laurence, with modem illustra- 
tiona Bound half-vellum, fancy sides, vrith silver art lettering. Large 
crown 8vo 6 

Nursery Ditties ABC (No. 20, in Dean'a Diploma Seriea). 
Toy Book. Containing 16 pp. of pictures in colours and tints, betides 
letterpress. Covers beautifully enamelled. Royal 4to 6 

Ditto. Mounted on lioen, nntearable 1 O 

Nursery Booker Toy Book (No. 40, in Dean's Qold Medal 

Series). Beautifully lithographed cover. Many pages of pictures and 

letterpress 1 O 

Nursery Bhymes ABC (No. 13, in Dean's Pinafore Series). 
Toy Book. Containing 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages, 

with letterpress. Enamelled stiff covers. Crown 4to 3 

Ditto. Monnted on linen, nntearable 6 

Nursery Rhyme Land (No. 59, in Gold Medal Series). Toy 
Book. Beautifully enamelled cover, standing out in relief. 12 pp. in 

colours, reproduced by fine-art lithography. Size, 15 by 10 in. 1 O 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, nntearable 2 O 

Ditto. (No. 12, in Panorama Series.) Moanted on strong card- 
ma^ board, with linen hinges. Opens out 12 ft. 4 in 2 6 

Nursery Series of Toy Books. These books are finished in 
the highest stvle of artistic lithography. There are 6 full coloured 
plates m each book, besides 6 pp. of either black-and-white or letter- 
press each 2 

4. Three Kittens. 

6. Rhymes for the Nursery. 

6. The Clrcua 

1. Comical Nursery Bhymea 

2. Visit to the Zoo. 

3. A B C of the World. 

Nursery Tales Painting Book (Na 2, in iJeau's Sixpenny 

Painting BooksK Bight full colour pages and 30 pp. of outlines for 
painting and text of various nursery tales. Cheapestlx>ok in the market 6 

Old Curiosity Shop (No. 9, in Orchid Library). By Charles 

Dickens. For particulars see Orchid Library 2 

Ditto. (No. 9, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Charles 

Dickena For particulars see Windsor Castle Library S 6 

Ditto. (No. 26, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Charles 

Dickena For particulars see Royal Stuart Tartan Library 3 6 

Old Friends and Fun (Na l, in Dean's Cloth Bound Series). 
Toy Book. Handsomely bound, cloth gilt, bevelled boards, with block 
design on cover. Size, royal 4to 3 6 

Old Hungarian Fairy Tales. By the Baroness Orczy and 
Montagu Barstow. Containing carefully selected stories, beautifullv 
illustrated with one or more fine-art engravings on every page. Hano- 
somely bound, cloth gilt, gilt edges 3 6 

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By Charles Dickens. 

• •• ... ... M« 

Bj Charles Dickeas. 

Old Mother Hubbard's Nursery Ehymes (No. 6, in Dean's 

Diploma Series). Toy Book. Mounted on linen, untearable. 6 pp. in 

colours and 10 pp. in tints, with letterpress. Beautifully enamelled 

coTen^ Size, 12 oy 10 in. 

Oliver Twist (No. 4, in Orchid Library). 

For particulars see Orchid Library 

Pitto. (Na 4, in Windsor Castle Library.) 

For particulars see Windsor Castle Ltbrary 

Ditto. (No. 23, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Charles 

Dickeni:. For particulars see Royal Stuart Tartan Library 

Ouce upon a Time (No. 15, in Dean's Character Sketches). 

By Francis W. Moore. Himiorous. Piaper cover ^ 

Oranges and Lemons (No. 19, in Dean's Pinafore Series). 

Toy Book. Containing 6 colour pages and 6 black-and-white pages, 

with letterpress. Enamelled stiff covers. Crown 4to 

Ditto. Mounted on linen, untearabie 

Orchid library. The most manrellous value library in the 
world. Bound in exceedingly novel and artiistic cloth boards. The 
orchids are embossed on the cloth in blind blocking, and the titles on 
back and front are stamped in gold. The Library contains the follow* 
ing books :— 

1. David Copperfield. By Charles 


2. Midshipman Basy. By Captain 

^3. A Ministering AngeL By B. C. 
4. Oliver Twist. By Charles Dickens. 
•6. Three Boots. By W. H. Stac- 

«e. HeTY>e8 of the Battlefield. Bv Lieut- 
Col. KnoUys and Major Elliott 
7. Bobinson Crusoe. By Daniel Defoe. 
^8. Livingstone. By H. M. Stanley. 
9. Old Curiosity Shop. By Charles 
*10. £2/)00 Reward I By A. B. Melville. 
^11. Betribution. By Philippe Tonelli. 
^12. The Cur§ of Bmsson. By Jean de 
laBrSte. Bdited by John Berwick. 
13w Dombey and Son. By Charles 

14. Peter Simple. By Capt. Marryat 
^15u The Bells. Ry MM. Brckmann- 

'^IG^ Fifteen Months among the Kaffirs. 
BvE. W.Phillips. lUustrated by 
W. B. Borrow. 
-*17. Eve*s Daughters. By J*. Upcher- 

18. Bamaby Budge. By Charles 


19. Last Days of Pompeii. By Lord 


20. Kenilworth. By Walter Scott 

21. Nicholas Nickleby. By Charles 


22. Pickwick Papers. By Charles 


23. Sketches by Bob. By Charles 

^k, Ivanhoe. By Walter Scott 

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27. Vanity Fair. By W. M. Thackeray. 

28. Pendennis. By W. M. Thackeray. 
*29. In the Days of the Bevolutioa. By 

True Stories of Adventure. By 

Bosooe Mongan and P.H.Hemyng, 

BenHur. BvLewWaUaoe. 
Bunvan's Pilgrim's Progress. By 

Jonn Bunyan. 
Monte Cristo. ByAlexandre Dumas. 
31 Windsor Castle. By Harrison Ains- 

*35. Souvenirs of the Second Empire. 

By Count de Maugny. 

36. Home Influences. BvdraceAguilar. 

37. Naomi. By Mrs. Webb. 
*38. Basil Marsden. By George E. 


39. Swiss Family Robinson. 

40. The Wide, Wide World. By B. 

•41. The Raid on the Transvaal by Dr. 

Jameson. Edited by P. Aston. 
•42. Who Was She 1 By Henry Charles 

•43. Mountain Fugitives. By Rev. J. 

•44. Davy's Schooldays. By David 

•45. Victorian England. By Dr. W. H. 

S tac Doole 
•46. What became of Him t By Fred 

C. Milford. 
•47. Stanley and his Heroic Relief of 

Emin Pasha. By B. P. Scott 

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Pilgrim's Progress (No. 32, in Dean's Orchid Library). By 

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12. A B of Animals. 

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Poultry, Domestic. How to profitably Rear and Keep. (No. 5» 
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Quiet Evening, A (No. 17, in Dean's Character Sketches). 

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■Bae-Brown's Ballads. Hamoroos and otherwise. By Camp- 
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Begimental Plates. By Harry Payne. See British Regimental 

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Borne, Comer's History of. See nnder Histories. 

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Bowing (No. 15, in Dean's Champion Handbooks). By Straw 
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edges all round. ^oh 3 

1. The Wide, Wide World. By E. 

% Swiss Family Bobinsdn. 
a Boisil Marsden. By G^orgci E. Sdr- 

4. NaomL By Mrs. Webb. 

fi. Uo'me Influences. Bv Grace Aguilar. 

41 Souvenirs of the Second Empire. 

By Count de Maugriv. 
7. Windsor Castle. By Harrison Ains- 

S Monte Cristo.' By* Alexandre 

9. Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. By 

John Bun van. 

10. Ben Hur. By Lew Wallace. 

11. True Stories of Adventure By 

Rosooe Mongan and P. H.Hemyng, 

12. In the Bavs of the Revolution. By 

11 Vanity Fair. By W. M. Thackeray. 

14. Peodennis Bv W. M. Thackeray. 

15. Hearts of Oak Exploits. By Lieut- 

Col. KnoUys and Major Elliott. 
16 Heroes of the Battlefield. Bv Lieut- 
Col. EnoUys and Ma;jor iSlliott 

17. Famous Fairy Tales oi all Nations. 

By Anthony R Montalba. 

18. Ivanhoe. By Walter Scott. 

19. KenUworth Bv Walter Scott 
^..Nicholas Nickfeby» By Charles 


21. Pickwick Papers. By Charles 


22. Sketches by Boz. By Charles 


23. Oliver Twist. By Charies Dickenl 

24. Bamaby Budge. By Charles Dickens* 

25. Dombey and Son. By Charles 

26; Old Curiosity Shop. By Charles 

27. David Copperfield. By Charles 


28. Last Days of Pompeii. By Lord 


29. Eve^s Daughters. By F. Upcher* 


30. Fifteen Months among the Kaffirs. 

By E. W. Phillips, illustrated 
by W. E. Borrow. 

31. The Bell&. By MM. Erckmann* 


32. Peter Simple. By Capt Marryat. 

33. Midshipman Easy. By Capt» 


34. The Cur6 of Buisson By Jean de 

laBrete. Edited by John Berwick. 
.%. Retribution. By Philippe Tonelli. 

36. £2,()00 Reward 1 By A. E. MelvUle. 

37. Livingstone. By H. M. Stanley 

38. Robinson Crusoe. By Daniel Pefoe. 

39. Three Boots. By W. H. Stecpoole. 

40. A Ministering Angel. By B. C. 


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Byder's Last Sace, &&<! other Humorous Recitations (N'o. 7, 
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Sea as a Profession, The ; or, How to Send a Boy to Sea 

(Dean's Illustrated Practical Guide Books). By Phillip H. Hemyng. 
formerly Lieut. H.N. Equally applicable for the Royal Navy and 
Merchant Service. Bound in sfiff paper cover. Grown 8vo 1 O 

Seaside Fun (No. 3, in Dean's Surprise Model Picture Books). 

By Arthur Penuel and E. Gourley. Upon opening any pa^ in this 

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enamelled cover. Size, 11) by 9 in. , 1 G 

Serviettes; or, Dinner Napkins and how to Fold them (Dean's 
Useful Guide Books). Bv (^orgina G. Clarke. Contidning 100 iUus- 
trations. Strongly bouna in cloth. Crown 8vo « ..« 1 ^ 

Sheep : their Varieties, Points, and Characteristics (in Dean's 

Illustrated Practical Guide Books). By Joseph Darby. How to 
remedy diseases, &c. Illustrated. Stiff paper, illustrated cover ..» 1 <> 

Silkworms (No. 30, in Dean's Guide and Useful Books). By 
M. Bdwardes. A complete treatise on the Mulberry-leaf and Oak-leaC 
Silkworms. Fancy cover in colours. Crown 8vo..., ,.. 6 

Ditto. (Dean's Practical Guide Books.) By M. Edwardes. 

Bound in limp cloth. Illustrated 1 O 

Sir Rupert and Gii^ly; or, the Young Cavalier (No. 17, in 
Dean's Plays for Young Actors). By Amv Whinyates. With 2 illus- 
trations bv K. Andr6. Bound in fancy illustrated cover, gilt edges. 
Siae, 7i by 64 in 1 O 

Sketches by Boz (No. 23, in Orchid Library). By Charles 

Dickens. For jiarticulars see Orchid Library 2 O 

Ditto. (No. 23, in Windsor Castle Library.) By Charles 

Dickens. For particulars see Windsor Castle Library 3 9 

Ditto. (No. 22, in Royal Stuart Tartan Library.) By Charles 

Dickens. For particulars see Boyal Stuart Tartan Library 3 <? 

Soldier's Son, A ; or, Principle before Prejudice (No. 2, in 
Dean's Junior Library). By Philip H. Hemyng, R.N. Cloth bound, 
floral design in colours. Crown 8vo 9 

Song Birds : How to Keep and Rear (No. 10, in Dean's Illus- 
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colours. Crown 8vo ,... 6 

Songs from the Operas. A series of beautifully printed High 
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artistic illustrations are from Frank M. Gregory's wash drawings. 
The books are handsomely bound in cloth gilt, bevelled boards, gilt 
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* Carmen," * Faust,' and 'Lohengrin.' Size, royal 4to each 6 

South African A B G, A (No. 19, in Dean's Diploma 
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letterpress. Covers beautifully enamelled. Size, 12 by 10 in 6 

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Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky (No. 13, in Dean's 

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Sonvemrs of fhe Second Empire ; or, the Last Days of 

the Court of Naftoleon. By the Comte de Mangnjr (formerl^jr Ministor 
for Foreign Af&iirs). This interesting volume of the reminiscences 
of a Cabinet Minister is full of anecdotes relating to all that passed 
amongst the Court and Society^ the Clubs and the Theatres, in the 
reign of Napoleon III. It also contains numerous particulars, and' 
portraits, as to the Lives of all the Celebrities of the period, including. 
the Emroror, General Fleury, the Prince and Princess de Mettemich, 
Baron Hausmann» Yon Moltke. Thiers, Guizot^ Gounod, Wagner, &c. 
Handsomely bound. Large post 8vo 6 

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New Reader for Standard V., 224 pa^es . . • . . . ., x 3 

New Reader for Standard VI., 256 pages .. .. .. „ x 6 


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320 pages . . . . . . . • • . . . • . each x 9 

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Yiaduet Arithmetio :— 

P^ffts z and 2, for Standards I. and II. First Fonr Rules . . • . each a 

Part 3, for Standard III. Long-Division, Compound-Addition, Compound- 
Subtraction, Problems, and Examination Tests .. .. each o 2 

Pirt 4, for Standard IV. Compound-Multiplication, Compound-Division, 

Reduction of Money, Weights and Measures, Problems and Tests each o 2 

Part 5. tor Standard V. Practice, Bills, Simple Proportion, Addition and 

Subtraction of Proper Fractions, Problems and Tests . . . . each o 3 

Part 6, for Standards VI. and VIL Vulgar and Decimal Fractions, Propor- 
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Stock, &c each o 3 

Viaduct Arithmetic— Bound in Cloth, complete 010 

Viaduct Arithnietic—Answets to each part 3 

Viaduct Arithmetic— Answers, bound in Cloth, complete .. ..10 


By O. W. LLOYD. 

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The Holbom Qradoated Arithmetic :— 

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each i)d .. .. .. .. .. „ 02} 

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each i^. . . . . . . . . . . . . „ 02} 

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By Rev. Q. LITTINO, M.A., LL.6. 

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Written in a clear, forcible style. 
By Bev. Q. LITTING, M.A., L.L.B. 

Grammar^ Fart 1, for standards I. and II.. Nouns and Verbs .. each o a 
Grammar, Part 2, for standard ill., Nouns, Verbs, Adjectives, 

Adverbs, Ac., Simple Sentences . . . • . . . . „ 02 

Grammar, Fart 3, to Standard IV„ Easy Sentences, use of the 

parts of Speech • • . • • • . . . . • . „ 02 

Grammar, Fart 4, to standards V„ VI., and VII.. Parsing and 

Analysis, Simple and Complex Sentences, Examples, &c. • • ,, 03 
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each z^d. . . . . . . . . . . . . „ 02^ 

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By Rev. G, LITTING, M.A., LX.B., and GEORGE HOMEp 

Lecturer in Science^ Geography ^ and History. 

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4to, 36 pages, bound in thick nonpareil marble cover . . • . each o 6 

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Latin Parsing Book, 

English Analysis Book, .. 

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Part 1, ^or Standards I and [I., Elementary, Geography, Definitions, 5. d, 

&c. .. •• •• •• •• •• •• each o 2 

Part 3* ^or Standard III.. Geography of England . . ,. 02 

Part 4, for Standard IV., Geography of British Isles and Colonies o 2} 

Part 5, for Standard V., Geography of Europe . • ,. 02 

Part 6, /or Standard VI., Geography of British Colonies, Depen- 
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Oeography, Part 1, for standard II. Elementary. Geography, defini- «. d. 

tions. Ac., illustrated with maps and diagrams, z6 pages, thick paper 

cover • . . , , . . , . . , . each id. ; cloth o 2 

Oecgraphy, Part 2, for standard ill. Geography of England, with 

Physical maps, Ac., z6 pages, thick paper cover .. each zd. : cloth o 2 
Geography Part 3, for standard IV. British Isles and Colonies, 48 

pages, thick paper cover each 2d. ; cloth o 3 

Geography Part 4, for standard v. Geography of Europe, with map, 

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HOLBORN ATLAS, containing 35 fall page Maps and 

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HOLBORN ATLAS, ^ above, whole cloth, gilt lettered 09 

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HOLBORN ENGLISH HISTORY, a complete history, well 
sailed for memory work, printed in clear type, on good paper, 128 
pages, cloth boards o 



How to speU 1,500 " Reading Book " Words. 

A new set of Spelling books, each part containing 1500 words, selected from the 
varions Reading; Books now in use. 
Spelling Book, 1500 Words, Standard I. .. .. each o i 

Spelling Book, 1500 Words, Standard II, 

Spelling Book, 1300 Words, Standard III. 

Spelling Book, 1500 Words. Standard IV. 

Spelling Book, 1300 Words, Standard V. 

Viadnct Spelling, bound in cloth, complete . . 

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The following are the most complete Spelling Books issued for the Standards: 
the words are carefully arranged and selected, old and obsolete forms being 
excluded: the books also contain the Multiplication and other Tables. Outlines oi 
Geography. 460. ; they are printed on good paper and strongly bound : — 

s, d. 
Spelling Book, for infants, 

SpelJ^Book, for Stand- 

ard I., 24 pp o oj 

Spelling Book, for stand- 
ard II., 24 pp. . . . . o o J 

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Spelling Book, for stand- 
ard III., 24 pp. .. ..00} 

Spelling Book, for stand- 
ard IV,. 24 pp. • . . . o oj 

Spelling Book, for Stand- 
ard v., 24 pp. . • . • o oJ 


Cftrefolly Edited and Selected,; Biographical Sketch of Author, lines numbered 
thronghoiit, copious notes, printed on good paper, and bound in stout cover, thb 


Miscellaneoas Selections^ for standards i., li., and ill., 16 pages, each o 

Hemans, Selections, ., o 

Longfellow, Selections, » 
Southey, Selections, 
Campbell, Selections, 
Wordsworth, BelactionSy » 

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Longfellow, Tales of a Wajrside Inn, The Prelude, and Paul 

Revere's Ride, for standards IV^ v., VI. and VII. x6 pages, each o i 

Macaulay, HoratiuB, „ 
Bjrron, SelectionB, 

Goldsmith, "Deserted ViUage," Selection . 

Longfellow, " JSvangeline," „ .01 

Gray, *' Elegy in a Country Churchyard," .. .. ..01 

Shakespeare, "King John" (Hubert and Arthur), .. 
Shakespeare, "JuUus Caesar" (Mark Antony), 
Shakespeare, "Merchant of Venice" (Trial Scene), .. 
Scott, " Lady of the Lake " (Canto I., Selection), 


The Holborn Registers have distinctive features which render them snperior 
to all others. They contain spaces for all information required by School BoaixJa. 
and ample room is left for each detail, so that when filled up they do not appwur 
overcrowded. The paper is stout, hard, and possesses a good writing surface, and 
has been made specially for this Series. Beautifully printed from plates, and 
bound in exceptionally strong boards with cloth backs, making theni the most 
durable Registers published, 

Holborn Register, (No. i) of Attendance and Fees, for 50 Names. 

with fly leaf ; bound in stiff boards, cloth back . . . . each 

Holborn Register, (No. 2) of Attendance and Fees, for 60 Names 

without flyleaf; cloth guards, bound in stiflf boards, cloth back „ 

Holborn Register, (No. 3) of Attendance, without Pees, for 

60 Names, without fly \ea£: mounted on cloth guards, bound in 
stiff boards, cloth back . . 

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Holborn Register, (No. 4) of Attendance and Fees, for 60 Names, 
with ample space for marking Q for Absence, as now required 
without fly leaf, cloth guards, lx)und in stiff boards, cloth back., „ 16 

Holborn Register, (No. 5) of Attendance, without Fees, for 60 

Names, with ample space for marking Q for Absence, as now 
required, without fly leaf, cloth guards, bound in stiff boards. 

cloth back ,5 

Holborn Register, (No. 6) of Attendance without Pees, for 50 
Names, with ample space for marking Q for Absence, with fly 

leaf, bound in stiff boards, cloth backs x o 

Holborn Register, (No. 6a) same as No. 6 but for 35 Names „ 08 

Holborn Summary, (No. 20) without Fees, for Boys and 

Girls' Schools, for Three years, leather back, cloth sides . . . . ,, 40 

Holborn Summary, (No. 21) without Pees, for Mixed and 

Infants' Schools, for Three years, leather'back. cloth sides . ,,40 

Holborn Summary, (No. 30) of Attendance, without Fees, 

for Boys' or Girls' School, One Year, stout boards, cloih back .. „ 10 

Ditto ditto (No. 31) for Three years 20 

Ditto ditto (No. 32) for Five years, leather back, cloth sides ,. 40 

Holborn Summary, (No. 33) of Attendance, without Fees, 

for Mixed and Infants' Schools. One year, stout boards, cloth back ., 10 

Ditto ditto (No. 34) for Three years , 20 

Ditto ditto (No. 35) for Five years, leather back, cloth sides ., 40 

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Solbom Stunmaryi <No. 36) of Attendance and Fees, for Boys* 

or Giris' Schools, One year, bound in stiff boards, etc . . . . each i o 

Ditto ditto (No- 37^ for Three years . . . . . . 1. 20 

Ditto ditto (No. 38) for Five years, leather back, cloth sides „ 40 
nolbom Summary, (No. 39) of Attendance and Fees, lor Mixed 
and Infants' Schools for One year, bound in stiff boards, cloth 
back •• •• •• •• •• •• ,t 10 

Ditto ditto (No. 40 Wor Three years •• .. .. „ 20 

Ditto ditto (No. 41) for Five years, leather back, cloth sides „ 40 

Holbom Evening Continuation Class Register, (No. 22) 

on the model of that issued by the Education Department .. ,. 08 

Holbom Admission Regi8ter,(No 23) For Evening Contin. 

nation Classes, 5')o Names with Index, strongly bound . . . . ,» 30 

Tbe Holbom QUARTERLY Reoord Book, (No. 16) con- 
taining all the forms now required for 60 Names, strongly bound, 
cloth back, stifl boards . . . . . • „ 14 

Holbom Class Record Book, (No. 12) for Syllabus of Work 
and Records of Results, 60 Names, strongly bound in stiff boards, 
cloth back . . . . . . . . . . . . „ 14 

Solbom Class Record Book. (No 13) for Syllabus of Work 
and Records of Results, for Infants' Schools, for 60 Names, 
strongly bound cloth back, stifl boards .. .. .. ,, 14 

Holbom Periodical Register of Examination, Results 

for 50 Names .. .. .. .. .. „ 08 

The Holbom Infants' Syllabus and Report Book, 

(No. 26) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . „ 09 

Holbom Register, (No. 24) for Manual and Technical Instruction 

Classes, meeting all requirements, strongly bound . . • • „ 16 

Holbom Register, (No 25) for Cookery and other "Extra Subjects" „ 08 

Holbom Duplicate Register per Sheet „ o i 

Solbom Admission Register, (No. 10) 1500 Names, index, 

very strongly bound . . . . . . . . . . „ 76 

Ditto ditto (No. 11) 3000 Names Index 

very strongly bound . . . . . . . • . . ,,120 

The Holbom Intermediate Ek^hool Register, (No. 15) for 

• Country and Private bchools. ruled for Names, cloth back . . „ 10 

The Holbom Register for Spedflc Subjects, (No. 17) con- 
taining Spaces for 100 Names in one subject, or 50 Names for two 
subjects .. .. .. .. .. •. .. M 10 

liOgBook, extra super paper. 500 pp.,Index, leather back, cloth sides m 70 
Uitto ditto with lock and key . . .. .. .. ,, 90 

Hinute Book, extra super paper, 500 pages, Index, leather back, 

and corners, cloth sides . . . . . . • • ., 70 

The School Treasurer's Cash Book, (No. 25) containing all 

the necessary forms, &c.. leather back and corners, cloth sides .. ,, 76 
teachers* Note Book» 136 pages, ruled faint and margin, 

leather back, stifl b oards, gold lettered ., ._, .. „ x o 


Great care has been taken that the pictures accurately represent the varies 
processes now employed in the respective trades. The colouring is artisMc, and 
being wdl drawn and printed, they will form an attractive and unique feature in 
the decoration of any school room. A short description accompanies each picture. 

s. d. 
Size 27 in. by 20 is. Mounted and Varnished .. .. each 2 6 

The Series consists of the following subiects : — 

Baker Goldsmith Carpenter andJoiner 

Tailor Weaver Bookbinder 

Shoemaker Printer Painter and Decorator 

Bzickhgrer Olassblower | Blacksmith 

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Size, Mounted, 30 iriches by 24 inches. 
Mounted on Thick Boards and Varnished. . . . . • . . each 

In Oak Frame, mounted and varnished .. .. .. .. 

In Oak Frame, with gilt slip, glazed . . . . • . . . „ 

The serious want which has so long existed for a really artistic, and at the- 
same time low-priced series of Illustrations for Schools has been at last met. 
The Educational Supply Association, have, after considerable expense and 
experiment, effectually met the difficulty by producing a seriei of hi^-daw. 
photogpaphi of large size, at such a price that puts them within the reach of 
every School in the country. 

Attention is drawn to the following points : — 

(i.) They are the only large photographs of high-class which have beea 

produced at a low price. 
(2.) As photographs ihey are exact representations of the objects illustrated*. 

and so are specially suitable for Class Teaching. 
(3.) They are of the highest class workmanship, and being in the best sense 
chaste and artistic, are calculated to elevate the taste of the scholar,, 
and in every way to exercise an educative and refining' influence. 
(4.) They are issued at so low a price that they will actually cost less than 
many of the highly coloured prints which in many cases now disfigure- 
rather than decorate the walls of our schools. 
(5.) The process by which the photographs are produced prevents any 
possibility of their fading. They are mounted with the greatest care,, 
so as to preserve their artistic character, and at the same time to ensure 
great durability. 
A description sufficient to form the basis of an Object Lesson accompanies. 
each_ picture. The following Illustrations are now ready : — 

H. M^ the Qaeen 
Houses of Parliament 
Tower of London 
Windsor Castle 
Albert Memorial 
Bank of England and 
Royal Exchange 
Colosseum at Rome 
Cleopatra's Needle 
Westminster Abbey 
The Rnins of Pompeii 
Leaning Tower of Pisa 

Crystal Palace 

Anne Hathaway's Cottage 

Clifton Suspension Bridge 

An Eastern City (Tangiers) 

Market Place (Tangiers) 


The Needles 

A Glacier (The Justendal) 

A Mountain Pass (Naero- 

dal Pass) 
Natives Cutting the Suj^ar 

Cane (scene u Jamaica) 

Coolies Preparing Rice 



Polar Bear 









A series of pictures, well drawn and beautifully printed in colours, forming, 
a pleasing decoration for the school-room. No pains (\ave been spared in their 
production, and every figure and object has been drawn and coloured from 
nature. The correctness of each detail is thus guaranteed, and the illustrations 
are rendered useful for object-teaching. 

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Mounted and Varnished .. •• •• •• each 3 o^ 

Size 27 in. by 20 in. 

The Series consists of the following subjects :-« 

Kind and Tidy Children 
Cruelty to Animals 
Industrious Children 

Dishonest and Untidy Children 

and Mockers 
Danger of Stone Throwing 

Danger of Flaying with Fire 

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Four beaatifnUy coloured pictnres, artistically drawn and printed In twelve^ 
oobars, illustrating in an attractive form some of the great forces of natm«. A 
short description accompanies each picture, which make them exactly soitable for 

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Avalanche | Volcano and Oeyser 

Iceberg, Glacier, & Aurora Borealis I Earthquake 


A aeries consisting of 60 beantifuUy coloured pictures of Birds, Fishes and 
Insects. Series is arranged as follows : — 

Section z. Birds, 30 Pictures. 

Section 2. Fishes, Insects, &c., 30 Pictures. 

Size z6 in. by za in. Mouited on Stout Card. Per set of 30 Pictures, 6/6- 


(f) Series of five, beantifidly designed and ilium ioated. extra large size (38 in. by 
24 in.),|Fignr6 of an Angel bearing a Scroll, with the following in large- 
bold letters :— 

1. "Search the Scriptures." I 4. "Jesus is my Saviour." 

2. " Praise ye the Lord." 5. " God is our hope and strength." 

3. " Honour thy father and mother.** | 

Reduced price, monnted canvas, rollers, varnished, each, 2/- 

ff>) Series of two, beantifnlly designed and illuminated, extra large size (38 in. by 
24 in.) 
I. '* Suffer little children to come unto Me. and forbid them not, for of such is- 

the Kingdom of Heaven." 
a. " Come unto Me all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give yoo* 

Reduced price, monnted canvas, rollers, varnished, each, 2/- 
(p) Series of six, beantifnlly designed and illuminated, (38 in. by 12 in.) 

' Be just, and fear not." 
"Remember the Sabbath Day." 
"Learn to do welL" 

" Seek ye the Lord." 
"A Happy New Year.** 
"A Merry Christmas." 

Monnted canvas and varnished, each, i/- 

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A New Series of Wall Maps at a Remarkably Low Price. 


^as been published to meet the want that has been felt for a good Map 
[8. at a low price.. 

5. d. 

The Mze is 46 ins. by 39 ins 7^ 

4,^ The Ssries possrases the following advantages : — 
They are printed in permanent colouni. 
They are strongly mounted on cotton of extra thickness, with stent rollers and 

are well varnished. 
The outlines and physical features are bold and clear. 
The lettering is exceptionally plain. 
The Map of England has the Railways plainly marked. 

The following maps are contained in the Series, viz. : — 

World in Hemispheres 

Enrope North America England 

Asia South America Scotland 

Afirica United States Ireland 

A portion of one of the Maps will be sent as a Specimen free on application ta 
The Educational Supply Association, Limited, 42, Holbom Viaduct, London. 



s. d. 
rSize 62 ins. by 51 ins., mounted on canvas and rollers, and varnished, .price 23 o 
The Series consists of the following :— 

World (Mercator) Ireland Africa 

Eufope Scotland North America 

England Asia South America 


Europe England Asia 

Scotland Ireland Africa 

The above entirely new Series of Maps have, in addition to their size, the 
following special advantages which no other Maps possess so completely : — 

1. The latest and best authorities have in every case been consulted. 

2. No names being inserted but those taught in schools, the space thus gained 

enables the towns and townmarks to be sized in proportion to their 

3. They have an exceedingly clear appearance, as distinct styles of lettering are 

used for both towns and natural features. 

4. In addition to being accurate the coastline is clear and bold, easily seen yet 

correct in detail. 

5. The names being placed horizontally, there is no difficulty in reading them. 

6. The colours will not fade when exposed in the Schoolroom. 

7. A much stronger canvas than usual has been used in the mounting. 

A portion of one of the Maps will be sent to Teachers as a Specimen on 
application to The Educational Supply Association, Limited, 42, Holborn Viadact, 

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Holbom Drawing Books.— 6 nnmben carefully gradnated. price ad. each 

1. Inltiatoiy Examples. I 4. ist Grade Examination Exercises, 

2. Regular Symmetrical Examples. I 5. Advanced Symmetrical Example. 

3. Elementary Freehand Ornament. | 6. Advanced Freehand Ornament. 

The Viaduct Chequered Drawing Book (patent), for Kindergarten and 

Scale Drawing, Pattern Making. &c. These fiooks consist of ordinary 
Cheqoered Paper, with the addition of Letters and Figures at end of the lines, 
thus every line and point can be given a name 

No. I, Ruled }-inch squares each o 2 

No. 2. „ 1-inch squares >» 02 

Kindergarten Drawing Book, prepared expressly to meet the Code 

requirements, containing a Jwell graduated series of copies, and ample space 

for the pupil to practise. 
Numbers i and 2 each o 



These copies are jmnted on Slate Paper without construction lines. The 
position ofthese lines is indicated by small dots in the outline, visible only to the 
Teacher. The Construction lines can thus be filled in accurately before the class 
and erased over and over again. 

A Key shewing the method of Construction of each Copy accompanies 
each Set. 

Sbt 3. Freeliand (20 copies), mounted on strong boards, Eyeletted s. d. 

and Taped, for Standard III per set 7 6 

Sbt 4. Ditto (20 copies), mounted on strong boards, Eyeletted 

and Taped, for Standard IV , 76 

Sbt 5. Ditto (20 copies), mounted on strong boards, Eyeletted 

and Taped, for Standard V ,« 76 

" Class Subject" Drawing Cards. Adopted by the London School Board 
Price One Shilling and Sixpence per packet. 

Sbt z. Freehand for Standards 

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Sbt 2. Freehand for Standard 3 
Sbt 3. Freehand for Standard 4 
Sbt 4. Freehand for Standard 5 
^BT 5. Freehand for Standard 6 

Set I. Geometry for Standards 

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Set 2. Geometry for Standard 3 
Set 3. Geometry (Drawing to 

Scale) for Standard 4 
Set 4. Geometry for Standard 5 

Each set consists of thirty copies, all printed on Superfine Cards. 

The most economical method of teaching drawing is by means of Cards. The 
Copies can be used again and again, and the paper required can be supplied at a 
nominal cost. 

The Copies are the size required by the Science and Art Department. 

The requirements of the illustrated Syllabus are fully met, but not exceeded in 
any of the Copies. 

Being produced from plates, the lines are exceedingly clear and distinct. 

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^' Class Subject 

practice under 
H.M. Inspector. 

Set o. Freehand 
Set I. Freehand 
Set 2. Freehand 
Set 3. Freehand 
Set 4. Freehand 

Drawing Copies— continued. 
" Drawing Sheets for affixing to the Blackboard, to afford 
similar conditions to those existing during Examination by 
Containing the latest Tests given by H.mTi. 

5. d. 
(20 copies) for Standards 1 & 2. Price per set ..40 
(24 copies) for Standard 3. Price per set . . ..40 

{24 copies) for Standard 4. ,. .. .. ..40 

(24 copies) for standard 5. .. .. . • ..40 

(24 copies) for Standard 6. ... > 40 

Drawing to Scale Test Papers. A set of 48 papers, meeting the 

requirements of the Science and Art Department. Good paper . . per set i 6 


The prices marked for Certificates are ntt and not subject to the 

same discount as ths 


For presenting to children who have passed the Government Examination, all 
printed on superfine cards, with the foUowing beautifully displayed :—This is to certify 
that was examined by Her Majesty's Inspector, and passed suceessftuly 

. in the Standard, i8 ," or, " This is to certify that was presented to 

Her Majesty's Inspector, and was promoted to the Standard, z8 .*' Space idr 

. Signature of Secretary, Head Master,' &c. 

The School Board Chronicle ss^ys : — " We have before us a set of specimens of Certificate 
Cards. They are various in sizes, and many designs. The illumination is very choice and 
pretty, and always in good taste. Some of the chromo flower pictures gathering round the 
panel on which the record is to be made are quite beautiful, and the lettering is very nice.'* 

The Teachers* Aid says: — "Although issued at a very cheap rate, these Certificates 

. are some of the neatest and prettiest that we have seen. The designs are particularly 

simple, yet very attractive." 

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6a in 1 P""^®^ ^^ S^^^ ^^^ 9 colours... 

9 in. printed in 12 colours 

7i in. printed in 12 colours 

7 A 'n 1 P''^^^®^ ^^ gold and 12 colours 
5 in. printed in gold and 10 colours 
64 in. printed in gold and 7 colours 

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Note. — Those marked thus * can only be had for " Individual " Examination. 
Those marked thus f „ „ „ " Sample '* Examination. 
Those marked thus *t can be had for either. 


On Superfine Card, beautifully Designed and Illuminated 
These Certificates may be used for any purpose, having simply the words, " 

of Merit, presented to ," leaving a space of several lines 

^LDd name of principal. 

No. 139. 

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7 in. 
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Printed in gold and 12 colours . 
Printed in gold and 10 colours . 

Printed in gold and 10 colours . 

Printed in gold and 11 colours .. 
Printed in gold and colour 

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313, Size 5 in. by 3I in. Printed in gold and colour 

54 in. Printed in gold and colour 

8iin. Printed in gold 

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These certificates have the design only printed, so that any wording may be added. 
They can thus be adapted for Private Schools, Sunday Schools, Night Schools, 
Exhibitions. Specific Subjects, &c. 

No. 314, Size, 12 in. 
« 315. M 9iin. 
„ 312, ,. 12 in. 
„ 326. „ 12 in. 
" 327, ,. 9l in. 

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No 328, Sixe 12 in. by 9^ in. 1 /per doz. 4 o 

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333. It 7 in. „ 5i in. Printed in gold and 8 colours ,, 16 

.. 334. ., 12 in.., 9jin.| f „ 4 o 

»* 335i M 9i in. ., 7* in. > Printed in gold and xo colours J ,,29. 

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Weekly Attendance Tickets, printed in 5 colours and gold 

3i in. by 2} in., in 8 varieties per 1000, 10 o 

Weekly Attendance Tickets printed in 5 coloan; 4 

varieties „ 76- 

Weekly Attendance Tickets, printed in 4 colours; 4 

varieties „ 50- 

Miscellaneous Publications. 

*' The Holbom " Time Table for Boys, Girls, or Infants I Q 

** The Holbom" Class Time Table 03. 

Do. Do. mounted on Board and eyeletted each o 6- 

The Holbom Inspector's Time Table 06* 

Choosing a Calling- By James Collings. Crown 8vo. Cloth., ..26 
Useful Facts in Physiology. By Shaw Jbffery. B.A. Crown 8vo. . I o 

Southee's Method of Writing French Verbs An Exercise Bock 

with Printed Heading, and ample space for Pupils to Practice . . ..04 

Geo({raphy of the British Isles, from 10 standpoints, with 21 Maps. 

by T. M. Davidson. M.A. Post 4to . 52 pages. Cloth back. Stiff boards 2 6 

Oeofi{raphy of England and Wales, with 10 Maps. By T. m. 

Davidson, M.A. Post 4to., 22 pages. Cloth back, Stiff boards.. .. z o 

Pupil Teachers' Test Questions, for ist and 2nd years. 72 pages . . x o 

School Regulations* mounted on canvas, rollers, and varnished. . ..16 

Lessons in Social Economy- By Jamks Runtz. Crown 8vo. cloth 2 ^ 

Social Economy for Children. By Miss Ellis Part 1 16 

Social Economy for Children. By Miss Ellis. Part II 16 

Social Economy for Children. By Miss Ellis. Part hi 16 

Oxford. Cambridge, and College of Preceptors' Examination 

Papers- By the Rkv. G. Litting, M.A., LL.B x o 

A School Hymn Book. Compiled by G. F. GoRSB, M.A. 128 pages. 

Cloth boards i o 

Do. Do. Cheap edition 06 

A Text Book of Geography* for standards i. and 11 02 

An Easy Latin Vocabulary for Beginners •03 

Schedule Numbers on Linen per 100. net 2 6 

Absence Enquiry Forms periooonet 3 o 

Prize Labels for affixing to Rewards per 100, net 2 o 

French Grammar* adapted to the Examination of the London 

University, &c. By F. W. Savagb 26 

The G ospel of Luke. Questions and Notes on. By the Rev. G. H. Jone s z 

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B. C. HARB, Publisher. 

AddU, W. Em M.A. 

Christianitt akd thk Boman Empire. Cloth 3/6. 

The first chapter describes the assistance given by the Boman Rmplre to 
Christianity ; following chapters deal with the mission and work of 
Christianity, the persecutions, the learned defence of Christianity, Changed 
Aspects of Christianity, the attempt to make it an Intellectual 8ystem, the 
rise of the Catholic Church, and the impending triumph of the Mixed Sys- 
tem. To ministers, students, teachers, and, indeed, to all who wish to 
possess a clear and able account of the rise and progress of Christian 
doctrine and observance, this handbook will prove invaluable. 

A^te« Dendy, B.A. 

Sbrtices and Praters. Cloth 6d. 

A aeries of four morning and afternoon services, vrith chants and collects, 
and other general and special prayers added. An admirable little book for 
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ABNEY. The Scientific Reqtdrements of Colour Photography^ 
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ACLAKD. The Inaagnral Robert Boyle Lecture. Founded by 
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Oxford and Modem Medicine. A Letter to Dr. James 

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ADAMNAH(SL). 5^« Fowler. 

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DementSy' by Professor W. Ramsay, F.R.S. 

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CRAIG (W. G.). See Shakespeare. 

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and their Meanings. By William Croswell Doane, Bishop 
of Albany. i6mo, cloth, 15. 6d, 
The Charlotte Wood Slocum Lectures delivered at the University of 

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DRAPER. A Harvest of Myrrh and Spices, gathered from the 

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DRAPER and ROBERTS. Hymns for Holy Week. Edited 
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A Report of the Conference on this subject convened by the Vice- 
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prising the work of the Egypt Exploration Fund, and the 
progress of Egyptology dunns the years 1896-97. Edited by 
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In this Report, Mr. B. P. Grenfell gives an account of Oxyrhynchus and 

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ELLIS. The Fables of Phaedrus. By Robinson Eujs, M.A., 
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FLETCHER. The Optical Indicatrix and the Transmission of 
Light in Crystals. By L. FLEXCHERi M.A., F.R.S.. Keeper of 
Minerals in the British Museum, formerly Fellow ot University 
College, Millard Lecturer at Trinity College, and Demonstrator 
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FOSTER. Elementary Lessons in Chinese. By the Rev. 

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FOWLER. Prophecies, Miracies and Visions of St. Colnmba 
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St Adamnan, Ninth Abbot, a. d. 679-704. Translated by J. T. 
Fowler, M.A., D.C.L. 8vo, cloth, 25. net\ paper covers, 
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GARDNER. Classical Archaeology; Wider and Special. An 
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By Percy Gardner, M.A., LittD. (Camb.), Lincoln and 
Merton Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art. 8vo, 
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GEIGER. The Civilisation of the Eastern Iranians in Ancient 
Times. With an Introduction on the Avesta Religion. By 
Dr. William Geiger. Translated from the German, with a 
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Dastur Peshotan Sanjana, B.A., Member of the German 
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GEIGER and SPIEGEL. The Ase of the Avesta and Zoroaster. 

From the German of Dr. William Geiger and Dr. Fr. vow 
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Contents : On the Home and age of the Avesta ; Gushtfisp and Zoroaster ; 
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GELL (The Hon. Mrs. Lyttelton). The Cloud of Witness. A 
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GENGE. A Kalendar of Hvmns Ancient and Modern. By 
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Gifts and Graces, A Year Book of. In the Words of Holy 
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GLADSTONE. Studies Subsidiary to the Works of Bishop 
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An Academic Sketch by the Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone. 

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GOUDY. The Fate of the Roman Law North and South of the 
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GRENFELL and HUNT. AOriA IHCOY. Sayings of Our Lord, 
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The now famous Ox3rrh3mchus papyrus. Published fpr the Egypt Explor- 
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GRIFFITH (F. LI.). See Egyptian Exploration Fund. 

HARRIS. Some Last Words in a Country Chtirch. By Henry 

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HEBERT. The New Testani^ent Scriptures in the order in 
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Translation of the *Variae Epistolae of Magnus Aurelius 

Cassiodonis Senator.' With an Introduction by Thomas 

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Of special interest to those who may care to s^udy ,the mutual reactions of 

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Index is calculated to be of considerable assistance to the historical inquirer. 

HOGARTH. Devia Cypria. Notes of an Archaelogical Journey 
in Cyprus in 1888. By D. jQ. Hogarth, M.A., Fellow of 
Magdfalen College, late Craven Fellow in the University of 
Oxford. With Map and Illustrations. Royal 8vo, cloth 
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HOGARTH (D. G.) and G.ODLEY (A. D.). 5^^ Aristophanes 

HOOLE. An Account of some MSS. of the New Testament/ 

hitherto tmedited, contained in the Library of Christ 

Church, Oxford. By the late C. H. Hoole, M.A., Student 

of Christ Church, Oxford. Demy 8vo, paper covers, 15. 

The MSS. were bequeathed by W. Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury from 

1 7 16 to 1737, to the College. 

HOOPPELL. Reason and Religion ; or. The Leading Doctrines 
of Christianity. By the late Rev. R. E. Hooppell, M.A., 
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Durham ; formerly Scholar of St. John's College, Cambridge. 
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HORDER. The Treasury of American Sacred Song. Selected 
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HUNT (Holman). The Obligatioas of the Universities towards 
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The obligations urged are to consider the position and to take steps 
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HUNTER. The Old Missionary. By Sir William Wilson Hunter, 
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JACOB. The Lord's Supper Historically Considered. By the 
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Hospital. Crown 8vo, cloth, ar. 6d, 

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JAMES. Letters Archaeological and Historical, relating to the 
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K ARK ARIA. India : Forty Years of Progress and Reform. 
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University of Prague. Demy 8vo, 35. 6d, net. 

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LEEBODY. Religious Teaching and Modem Thought Two 
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LESPY. Grammar and Vocabulary of the Language of Beam 
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LINDSAY (W. M.). See Nonius Marcellus. 

LONGFELLOW. The Complete Poetical Works of Henry 
Wadsworth Longfellow, including the copyright poems. 
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MACRAY/ a Register of the Members of St. Mary Magdalen 
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MARKHEDi. Moli^re and The Misanthrope. A Lecture by 
H. W. Gegg Markheim, M.A., Fellow of Queen's College, 
Oxford. Fcap. 8vo, paper covers, W. 
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.These Birth- Stories are looked upon as homilies used for educational pur- 
poses, and inculcating morals. 

MOLYNEUX (R. G.). S^"^ Lespy. 

MOORE aAd RH^S. The Book of Common Prayer in Manx 

•Gaelic. Being Translations made by Bishop Phillips in 1610, 

and by the Manx Clergy in 1765. Edited by A. W. Moore, 

M.A., assisted by John Kh^s, M.A., LL.D., Professor of Celtic 

in the University of Oxford. Two vols., Demy 8vo, cloth, 

£^ 10s net. 

Printed for the Manx Society, and containing a memoir of Bishop Phillips 

and a brief account of his M.S., which is the earliest and longest in the Manx 

language. The two versions are printed in parallel columns. 

MORflLL. An Essay on the .Importance of the Study of the 
Slavonic Lan^ages. Being the Inaugural Lecture delivered 
before the University of Oxford, January 25, 1800, by W. R. 
MoRFiLL, M.A., Reader in Russian and the other Slavonic 
Languages. 8vo, paper cavers, u. 
The author holds that in order to interpret properly the Eastern question 

we must know the Slavonic mind, the Slavonic languages and literatures. 

Otherwise these races will be an enigma to us. In the statesman and soldier 

this knowledge is a necessity. 

MORGAN. The Eclogues of Virgil. Translated into English 
Hexameter Verse, by the late Right Hon. Sir George Osborne 
Morgan, Bart., Q.C., MP., formerly Stowell Fellow of Univer- 
sity College, Oxford. Small 4to, cloth, 4J. 6d. net. 
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MORRIS. Alone with Christ. By the Rev. F. O. Morris, B.A. 
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quotation. A passage is printed in red at the head of each page, and 

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NICHOLSON (E. W. B.). See Bodleian Facsimiles. 

NONIUS HARCELLUS. De Conpendiosa Doctrina I-m. 

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ONIONS (J. H.). See Nonius Marcellus. 

OTTLEY. The Filial Heart Meditations on the Passion as 
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S. M. Magdalen College, Oxford. Extra fcap. 8vo, cloth, 25. 
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Oxford Book-Hark Calendar and Tahle of Lessons, The. For 
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PAYNE. Harvey and Galen. The Harveian Oration. Delivered 
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Joseph Frank Payne, M.D. Oxon., Fellow and Censor of the 
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Professor of Ancient .History in the University of Oxford. 
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POPE (G. U.). St. John in the Desert. An Introduction and 
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POPE (T. H.). Cataract in the Madras Presidency, Southern 
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POTT. An 'Introduction to the Principles and Practice of 
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PRICE. ' West Barbary,' or Notes on the System of Work and 

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of Oriel College, Oxford. 8vo, stiff covers, ar. 6d, 

The results of an inquiry made for the Toynbee Trustees. The Saturday 

Review says: * There are many points of interest in the little volume as 

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PRITCHARD. The Oxford Planisphere and Compendium of 

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D.D., F.R.S., Savilian Professor of Astronomy in Oxford. On 

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An account of the physical properties of the newly-discovered gases, and 

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RAO. Subjective Religion, or Experimental Demonstration of 
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REEVES. The Finding of Wineland the Good. The History of 

the Icelandic Discovery of America. Edited and Translated 

from the Earliest Records by Arthur Middleton Reeves. 

With Phototype Plates of the Vellum MSS. of the Sagas. 

Bound up witn the Biography and Correspondence of A. M. 

Reeves, by W. D. Foulke. With a Portrait and Fifty-five 

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copious notes. . . . The prefixed memoir by Mr. Foulke, which contains 

copious extracts from the author*s correspondence, is extremely interesting.* 

ROBERTS (J. Varley). See Draper and Roberts. 

ROBERTSON (J. Logie). See Burns and Scott. 

Sacrament in Song, The. Extracts from English poets on the 

Holy Communion, arranged for the Sundays and Holydays 

of the Christian Year. By E. A. D. i8mo, cloth, as. 6d. 

The first impression of this book was exhausted in a few days. The 

Archbishop of York, in a prefatory note, says, 'The author has done a great 

service to the communicants of the Church. . . . The selection has been 

very carefully and thoughtfully made, and I cannot doubt that the book will 

be greatly valued by all into whose hands it may fall.' 

Sanjana. See Geiger and Spiegel. 

SCOTT. The Complete Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 

with the author's Introductions and Notes. Edited by 
J. LoGiE Robertson, M.A. Oxford Edition, Crown 8vo, 
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found on the bookseller's counter are singularly incomplete.' 

SHADWELL. Registnim Orielense. An Account of the 
Members of Oriel College, Oxford. Vol. I, the Commen- 
sales, Commoners and Batellers admitted during the years 
1500-1700. Collected and arranged by Charles Lancelot 
Shadwell, M.A., D.C.L., Fellow of Oriel College. Demy 8vo, 
cloth boards, i6s. net. 
Interesting records of the college buttery, with a preface described by the 

Tinus as ' an important and original contribution to the history of Oriel and 

of social life in Oxford.* 

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treated, that the volunie is one which the critical student will do well to 
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is the restoration of the older spelling in cases in which it has been need- 
lessly modernised.' 

SMITH (Llewellyn). Modem Changes in the Mobility of 
Labotir, especially between Trade and Trade. A Report 
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Christi College, Oxford. 8vo, stiff covers, is, 6d, 
The result of an enquiry made on behalf of the Toynbee Trustees into 
certain economic problems which could be advantageously studied in Brad- 
ford and West Riding. 

SORLEY. Mining Royalties and their effect on the Iron and 
Coal Trades. Report of an Inquiry made for the Toynbee 
Trustees by W. R. Sorley, M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, 
Cambridge, and Professor of Philosophy in University College, 
Cardiff. 8vo, paper boards, 15. 6d. 
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SPEARING (H. G.). German-English Vocabulary. Fcap. 8vo, 
IS. 4^. 

English Vocabulary. W. 

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SPEYER (J. S.). See Max Muller. 

SPIEGEL. Iranian Art Translated from the German of Dr. F. 

Spiegel, with Additional Notes by Darab Dastur Peshotan 

Sanjana, B.A. 8vo, paper covers, 25. 6d. 
Part I deals with monumental architecturei bas-reliefs, inscriptions and 
coins ; Part II with the Iranian alphabets. 

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STRONG. The Bruton Register. A Calendar of the Master and 
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Augustus Strong, M.A., Exeter College, Oxford, and Rector 
of St PauPs, Chippenham. Cloth, 55. net 
This book, the nature of which is sufficently described, contains illustra- 
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TARNER. Outlines of Christian History. A Concise Tabular 
View, showing the course of the Universal Church under its 
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and Eastern, from the Ascension of the Lord to the present 
time (end of 1880); with suggestions for the promotion of 
Unity in Ch ristendom. By George Edward Tarner. Mounted 
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TAYLOR. The Rule and Exercises of Holy Living. By Jeremy 
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TORR. On the Interpretation of Greek Music. By Cecil Torr, 
M JL Demy 8vo, paper covers, 15. net. 
An illustrated pamphlet of archaeologfcal and musical interest. Mr. Torr 
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TURNER. Tables for Facilitating the Computation of Star- 
ConsUnts. By H. H. Turner, M.A., B.Sc, Fellow of New 
College, and Savilian Professor of Astronomy in the Univer- 
sity CM Oxford. Second Impression. 8vo, paper covers, as. 
These Tables were arranged by the late Mr. E. J. Stone, M.A., F.R.S., 
formerly H.M. Astronomer at the Cape of Good Hope, and late Radcliffe 
Observer at Oxford, aad have been modified and revised by ProC Turner. 

VENABLES (E.). Si?<? Bunyan. 

Very Words of otir Lord and Saviom: Jesus Christ, The. 
Gathered from the Four Gospels according to the Authorized 
Version (161 1), with Marginal Quotations from the Revised 
Version (1881); with an Index of Passages and Subjects. 
Crown 8vo, cloth, 15. 6d. 
This compilation is now in its seventh thousand; 

VIGFI^SSON and POWELL. Sigfred-Arminius and other 
papers. By Gubbrand Vigf^sson, M.A., and F. York Powell, 
M.A. 8vo, cloth, 45. 6d. ; paper covers, 35. 6d. 
A publication dedicated to the memory of the Brothers Grimm, having 

regard to their centenaries, Jan. 4, 1785, and Feb. 34, 1786. 

WARINGTON. Agricultural Science— Its Place in a University 
Education. By Robert Warington, M.A., F.R.S., Sibthorpian 
Professor of Rural Economy. 8vo, paper covers, 15. 
A Lecture delivered before the University of Oxford, on November 5, 

1896. On the occasion of the Centenary of the Foundation by Dr. John 

Sibthorp of the Chair of Rural Economy. 

WEISMANN. The Effect of External Influences upon Develop- 
ment. By August Weismann, M.D« Ph.D., D.C.L., Professor 
in the University of Freiburg in Breisgau. The Romanes 
Lecture, 1894. Demy 8vo, paper covers, 25, 
A considerably enlarged reprint of the Lecture, with annotations by the 

author, translated into English by Mr. Gregg Wilson. 

WILLIAMS. Morning and Evening Devotions for the use of 

Preparatory Schools. By the Rev. C. E. Williams, D.D., 

Brasenose College, Oxford. Royal 32mo, cloth, 6d. ; Persian 

Morocco, 15. 6d. 

This little book, now in its Fifth Edition, aims to supply the want felt by 

those Preparatory Schools who either have no private chapel of their own, 

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WITHERBY. Coronation Service. The Form and Order of the 
Coronation Service that was performed, and of the Ceremonies 
that were observed, in the Coronation of Her Majesty Queen . 
Victoria in the Abbey Church of St. Peter, Westminster. 
Edited by the Rev. C. Witherby. Crown 8vo, paper covers, 
6d. net, 

WORDSWORTH. The Poetical Work« of WUliam Wordsworth. 

With Introductions and Notes. Edited by T. Hutchinson, M.A. 
Oxford Edition. Crown 8vo, cloth, 3^.6^.; on Oxford India Paper, 
from loj. 6d, ; Miniature Edition, 5 vols., in case, from its, 
St, James Gaeette: — 'We have here an edition of Wordsworth, the work 

of a scholar, and giving us perhaps the best text of the poet in existence. 

It is easy to see that not only every syllable, but every detail of punctuation, 

has been most carefully collated.' 

WRIGHT (Joseph). See Dialect Dictionary. 

WRIGHTSON. The Sancta Respublica Romana : a Handbook 

to the History of Rome and Italy from the Division of the 

Roman World to the Breaking-up of Charlemagne's Empire, 

A.D. 395-688. By Richard Heber Wrightson, M.A. Second 

Edition. Crown 8vo, cloth, 7J. 6d, 

Westminster Review : — 'This period is one that, except in ecclesiastical 

history, has been too much neglected by English writers. One reason of 

this neglect is doubtless that, until quite recently, reliable documents were 

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has succeeded in conquering these difficulties.' 

WYLD. The Life, Teaching, and Works of the Lord Jesus 
Christ. Arranged as a continuous Narrative of the Text of 
the Four Gospels according to the Revised Version. With an 
Epitome of the Life of Jesus Christ, and an Index. By George 
Wyld, M.D. Second Edition. Fcap. 8vo, cloth, 2J. 
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ccmception of the magnificent heritage handed down to them by their ancestors 
should be instilled and that mere ignorance of it on their part and apathy towards 
it on ours ought never to be alleged as the causes of its ultimate barter for any 
English equivalent whatsoever. In this we think he has hit on one of the chief 
reasons for the apparent decay of patriotism in our midst. The line upon which a 
change must be brought about is very plainly indicated — get boys and girls to* 
undei-stand and appreciate the nature of the work accomplished by Scotland's 
great men, and a revival of national esprit de corps will inevitably follow. Every 
patriotic Scot ought to have Mr. Johnstone's book ; it will raise his opinion both 
of himself and of his country, and it is, moreover, a perfect mine of information 
relating to Scotland and things Scottish told with all the burning fervour of a man 
whose words come straight from the heart." — Glasgow Daily AiaiL 

*' Mr. Johnstone's task has been that of the loving patriot and diligent orthodox 
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** Mr. Johnstone's is a book which every leal-hearted and intelligent native of 
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author, so enthusiastically does he marshall his facts, references, and quotations, 
an t with so much pardonable assurance does he enforce his opinions and con- 
clusions. One marvels at the wealth of information he has brought into requisi- 
tion- The chapter on the poets and poetry of Scotland is studded with evidences 
of painstaking industry, and forms a fairly complete epitome of Scottish song from 
the earliest times. Equally admirable as specimens of judicious and skilful com- 
pression are the portraits of Knox, Burns and Scott in chapter vii. " — The Bolton 
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Proverbs, Proverbial Expressions, and 

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"The book is the first attempt made to gather into one volume the proverbs, 
proverbial sayings, and popular rhymes of Scotland. Mr. A. Hislop, Dr. Robert 
Chambers^ Sheriff Nicolson, and others have published similar collections, but did 
not spread their nets quite so wide. Mr. A. Cheviot has in this work availed him- 
self of their researches, and has also made a careful study of magazines, newspapers 
and books — notably Scott's novels — which might be likely to yield additions to his 
store. The proverbs are arranged alphabetically, with notes appended to a large 
number of them, and an Index, which classifies them according to subjects. . . . 
The present collection, however, shows how large is the field for inquiry into the 
proverbs and rhymes specially illustrating the Scotch character, or derived from the 
history of the country and its leading families. ... In such traces of quaint 
old superstitions or of local and family traditions the Scotch are peculiarly rich." — 

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son.'* — British Weekly, 

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and comp.'iring proverbs and folk sayings." — Scotsman. 

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Present, With Illustrations and a Map. Small 4to. 7s. 6d. 

In this work the author has gone into the histories of the ancient 

families of the Earls of Lennox, Clan Campbell, Chiefs of Colquhouns, 

Macaulays of Ardencaple, and other im[)ortant families who bore arms 

in Strathclyde. A careful topographical description of the three 

Parishes, their Geology, Natural History, Ornithology, Agriculture, 

and Fo)k-lore, all brought down to the present day, is given. 

" The author has brought together much valuable information regarding: the 
proprietaiy history, topography, and general history of these localities, and be 
writes with an intimate knowledge of the places described. Rarely has there been 
a history of so circumscribed a district in Scotland written with the fullness and 
accuracy which characterise Mr. Maughan*s work." — Dundee Advertiser, 

•* Forms attractive reading. Mr. Maughan*s work is a most interesting review. 
The Annals of Garelochside is in three sections, Row, Rosneath, and Cardross, 
and each is handled with discriminating pen." — Glasgow Evening Citizefi, 

"Is a commendable expansion of 'Rosneath Past and Present,* reviewed by 
us three years ago as * one of the best pariah histories that Scotland has pro- 
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The Harp of the Scottish Covenant. 

Poems, Songs, and Ballads relating to the Covenanting Struggle. 
Collected and edited by John Macfarlane, author of * Heather 
and Harebell/ With a Preface by Prof. J. Clark Murray, 
author of 'The Ballads and Songs of Scotland.' Crown 8vo. 
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" Much that is excellent and characteristic belongs to the minstrelsy of the blue 
banner ; and lovers of poetry in general, and of Scottish poetry in particular, owe 
a debt of gratitude to the editor for the skill and knowledge with which be has 
brought together into one view the best of the Covenanting pieces. . . . The 
anthology is carefully made, and will be welcomed as exemplifying in one of its 
most characteristic phases the national gift of song, and as illustrating a theme 
which will stir the hearts of men wherever men are ready to Hght and die for the 
faith that is in them." — Scotsman, 

" The editor has done his work exceedingly well. He has ranged from Allan 
Cunningham to Robert Louis Stevenson, and we do not remember anything of im- 
portance he has omitted. Most readers will agree with Professor Murray that ' the 
editor of this volume has proved that there is a Harp of the Covenant, which can 
strike a genuine poetic tone ; and Scotsmen, all the world over, must feel indebted 
to him for having done such a labour of love, and for having done it so well.' " — 
Glasgow Herald, 

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The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland : 

Romantic and Historical. With Introduction and Notes, ete, 
by Patrick Buchan. Collated and Annotated. 
The lovers and students of Scottish ballad poetry will learn with pleasure that 
Mr. Alexander Gardner, of Paisley, has issued a new and revised edition of " The 
Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland : Romantic and Historical/' originally published a 
little more than twenty years ago, and which has been out of print for some time. 
This collection, which is full, and carefully edited, with ample notes and introduc- 
tion, owes much of its accuracy and completeness to the assistance which the editor 
received from the late Dr. Patrick Buchan, the son of the more celebrated Peter 
Buchan, who collected and edited the " Ancient Ballads and Songs of the North of 
Scotland," published at Edinburgh in 182S. The Buchans— father and son — were 
enthusiastic, painstaking, and excellent students of ballad literature, and no work 
of the kind which was fortunate enough to secure the services of their pen could 
fail to be greatly enriched thereby. 

** A new and revised edition of The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland is the more 
welcome for the generous system of inclusion, which for the general reader has 
more value than -selections based upon a sterner plan of eclecticism. . . . Be* 
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shape of notes, as well as extracts from Jamieson and others, pretty nearly all that 
Sir Walter left in his annotations on the ' Minstrelsy.'" — Athenaum, 

" There is no one country so rich in that style of poetry known as the ballad, as 
Scotland. Its store is so ample, so varied, that the task to collect it into one volume 
which shall be thorough ana representative, is no light undertaking. . . . The 
editor has done his work conscientiously and comprehensively. We know of no 
anthology of the ballads of Scotland so complete." — Ladys World, 

'* Mr. Alexander Gardner, of Paisley, deserves the warmest thanks for his beau 
tifiil and cheap edition of the Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland^ Romantic and His- 
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it is so full of matter and extends to nearly 700 pages, the skill of the publisher has 
made it a most agreeable volume to handle. It should have a very wide circula- 
tion. "—-ffri/tjA Weekly, 

*' A very full and representative collection of Scottish minstrelsy. The notes are 
copious and teem with learning. If it be possible to learn English from Shake- 
speare's dramas, it is possible to learn Scottish history from such a volume of songs 
as this is." — Echo, 

** A very readable book, and between the text and the notes we get almost every 
line that has been retained or invented in this class •f ancient poetry." — Bookseller, 

A Short Proof that Greek was the 

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The Songs of Scotland. Chronologically 

Arranged Edited by Peter Ross. 

In oompiling ibis work my design was to gather together a representative 
body of classical Scottish song with brief explanatory notes, and, where 
possible, with a few particulars concerning the lives of the writers. The 
chronological arrangement was adopted not merely on account of its 
novelty, but that the work might be illustrative of the successive stages of 
one branch — the richest-— of Scottish literature. The various songs selected 
were printed as nearly as could be determined in the order in point of time 
in which they were written, the only exception being in the case of the 
Jacobite songs, which were arranged according to the events celebrated, 
BO as to give, in a measure, a history of the Rebellion of 1715 and 1745 in 
▼erae. Much antiquarian and historical matter which could not be used in 
the body of the book was placed at the disposal of readers in the Introduction . 

Another purpose was that the book should be thoroughly national. 
Nothing was admitted to its pages that was not the production of Scottish 

My idea was that the song minstrelsy of Scotland was in itself graud 
enough and varied enough to be measured by its native productions solely. 
This high standard was endorsed by many of the English reviews of the 
book, notably that of the London Standard, which closed a markedly appre- 
ciative notice by saying that the collection was " the most convenient and 
exhaustive we have seen of the songs of Scotland, which, taken as a body 
of lyric poetry, have not been surpassed even by the lyric poets of Greece, 
hitherto the supreme masters of the lyric muse." The same idea was also 
eoonciated by the laudatory notice which appeared in the Westminster 
Beview, Had the volume not been thoroughly Scotch, these compliments 
would not have been so clearly earned. In this connection, too, I cannot 
forbear quoting an extract from a letter by Professor Blackie on the national 
influence of our loved '^ hame sangs." '' Next," he says, ** to our Christian 
and independent pulpit, which we owe to John Knox, there is no mora] 
influence to which Scotsmen owe more than to their Scottish song. It is 
not merely as a healthy recreation, but as a moral stimulant of the first kind, 
that Scottish song acts in forming the character of the Scottish people ; 
and in this respect, and also as being the best exposition of Scottish his- 
tory, Scottish song ought always to form not only a prominent element but 
a pervading atmosphere in all Scottish schools. A familiar acquaintance 
with onr rich treasure of national song is, in my opinion, far more valuable 
as a moral agent than the most exact knowledge of the principles of Greek 
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American Humourists. Selected and 

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Ballads of Bairnhood. Selected and 

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The object of this work is to place in the hands of the public, in an 
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the choicest poems, songs, and ballads, by Scottish authors, relating to 
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The University of St Andrews. 

Rectorial Address, November 20, 1893. 

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The Itinerary of King Edward the First, 

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Easy Bible Reference Work for Children, with several Illustrations for 
I Ccdonring. Small 4to. 6d, 


Designed with a view to promote Bible Reading. Printed on super- 
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Designed as a Guide to Meditation and Self-examination, and a Help 
to Devotion. By LaJy Mary Herbert Paper boards, is, 

' The twelve papers in this thought full v wriiten little book mgiht be used daily 
daring Lcnt^or on Wednesdays and Fridays. The subjects are such as surround 
the daily duties apd occupations of Christian people. As the book is written for any 
time of the year, it need not be laid aside when Lent is onKt,'— Guardian. 


A Story for Boys and Girls, with Twenty-fiye Illustrations. Crown 
8to. cloth boards, 2s, 6d, 

'A delightfal story delightfully told. A little orphan girl comes to live with her 
ondCt a widower with several boys. At first her cousins dislike the idea of Dolly 
cooii^ to live with them, because she is a girl. But she makes herself so pleasant 
axid nsefiil that Uwy soon can do nothing without her help. Dolly's ** great ambition " 
is to do something heroic for her uncle, whom she loves very much. At last the 
occasion she fo ardently desired comes. . . . ,' ^Saturday Review. 

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By Geoige Hewett. lilastrated. Crown 8vo. cloth boaids^ ix. 

' it dcscribea the perils and adveAtitret of Jo« Walt«i«, wn of QipCnin Whiten, 
who became a sailor on board the " Penelope." On all occasions he iron the 
admiration of his comrades by his daring, sdr-sacrificing life, and eventually won 
great disbnction and honour. The storv is admirable in its tone, and will prove a 
<avoarite in the hands of readers of sea-life and adventures.'— .S'cAM/Ma//^. 



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Rev. H. Whitehead, Principal of Bishop's College, Calcutta. Portrait 
and Illustrations. Crown svo. cloth boards, 51. 



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A Book of Addresses for use on Good Friday, either at home by those 
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By the Rev. W. J. Hocking, Vicar of All Saints', Tufnell Park. Small 
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(Prayer Book Version.) By the Rey. E. M. Holme3, M.A., late 
Rector of Marsh-Gibbon, Bicester, Author of *The Catecbist's 
Manual,* &c. Fcap. 8vo. doth boards, 5/. 



By F. Wyville Home, Author of 'Songs of a Wayfarer,* 'Lay 
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great diarm of this pretty bttle gift-book lies in the choice of simplest words. It b 
one of the purest specimens of English rhyme, and it seems that the author pur- 
posely intended this, from the fact that so few Latin-derived words are to be found 
m its pa^es. Were tt for no other reason than this it would be a literary curiosity, 
as showmg the capabilities of the English tongue.' — Sckcolnuuter, 

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Jil is a little guardian angel to thre« lively brothers who tease and play with her. 
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An exceptionally readable volume.'— TA^ Tttnes, 


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By tbe late Rev. W. B. Hopkins, B.D., Vicar of Littleport, Cambridge. 
Fcap. 8vo.^ cloth boards, I j. [3n/ Tkomand, 

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Bv the Right Rev. W. Walsham How, D.D., Bishop of WakefielcL 
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Fcap. 8vo. doth, 9</. 


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Meditations on the Later Ministry, Passion, and Resurrection of oai 
Lord and Saviour. 

By the tate Rev. Vernon W. Ilutton, B. A. Crown 8vo. doth, y. &/. 
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Meditations on the Earlier Ministry ol our Lord. 

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ivcd long enough to know that there is great truth in the old adage, "Good things 
are wrapped up m small parcels " * —Schoolmaster. 



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Six Lectures on Pastoral Theology, delivered in the Divinity School,. 


By the Rev. A. F. Winnington Ingram, M.A., Head of the Oxford 

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Herbert E. Ryle, D.D., Hulsean Professor of Divinity, Cambridge. 

Crown 8vo. cloth boards, Jj. 6</. \2nd Ediiion, 

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remain nnacooainted with Mr. Ingram's epigrammatic, sensihle, experienced 
talk.*— CAmitA Times. 

A Course of Lent Lectures. 
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Being Three Addresses delivered to Clergy at Loughton, in September,. 


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By Catherine Jacson. With Six Illustrations, including Portraits. 
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The present voltune pictures with quiet realism the history of an English country 
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early days of the century down to the present time. The faithfulness of the drawing 
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Their Historv, Habits, and Instincts; also the First Principles of 
Modem Bee-keeping for Young Readers. 

By the Rev. F. G. Jenyns, M.A., late Rector of Knebworth. With 
numerous Illustrations. Crown 8vo. cloth boards, 2x. 6</. School 
Kdition, is. dd, 

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A Complete Handbook, giving Information concerning every kind of 
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boards, 3r. 6d. 

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A Chronicle of Breton Life. 

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3J. tii. 

* A very pretty story of Breton peasant life in Marie Antoinette's earlier and 
happier days.' — Record. 

A charminjs chronicle of Breton rustie simplicity. . . . Miss Jones draws a very 
pretty picture indeed of the village maiden whose head Is turned by town influence." 



A Tale of Brittany. 

Adapted from the French. With upwards of Forty Illustrations. 

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« n^^r^ui!^ MA.. Prebendary of St. Paul's. 

JOSA (P. P. I..). 

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B I"r ^°'*'* ^^ "^"^ MINISTRY. 

V^ith "rnf^.S;-^' ?• ^'"J?!*' M'A-' Vicar of Holy Trinity, Reading. 

A5ketcb of hu Life kbA Laboan for the Church of God. 
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New Doctrinal Sigmficance and the Scriptural Teaching connected 
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Cathedral. Fcap. 8vo. cloth, bevelled boards, 2J. td, 
' As full of teaching as an egg is fall of tokoX* —Church BtUt, 

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By Arthur Lee Knight. With Illustrations by W. H. K. Overend. 
Crown 8vo. cloth boards, is. 6d, 

A humorous and exciting account of life on board a Man-of-War in 
Foreign Seas. 

KNIGHT (F. A.), 


By Francis A. Knight, Author of * By Leafy Ways,' ' Idylls of the 
Field/ &c. Illustrated by £. T. Compton. Large crown 8vo. cloth, 
bevelled boards, 5^. 

Also on Large Paper, with Illustrations printed on Japanese Paper, and 
mounted, bound in vellum, 2iJ. net. This Edition ts limited to loo. 
Each copy signed and numbered. 

' Of striking excellence. Both in style and matter the^ are honourably. disUn> 

Sished from the crowd of similar articles. .... Thev give information even to- 
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good steel engravings illustrate the book. No pleasanter companion for an autumnaT 
holiday can easily be found than this unpretentious litde book. '—-Ath emntm , 



Gathered by Lady Knightley of Fawsley. Small cr. 8vo. embossed 
paper covers designed by G. W. Rhead, is, 



By Ruth Lamb. Illustrated. Crown 8vo. cloth boards, 2J. 6d. 

' Both humour and pathos abound in this capital storjr, which has evidently come 
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Being Letters to an Old-fashioned Layman. 

B^ the Right Rev. Henry C. Lay, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Easton, 
U.S.A. i8mo. doth, bevelled boards, 2x. 6d, 

* Fnll of dear, toand common sense and manly piety, which cannot hut enlist the 
reader's sympathy. The Bishop deals with his suDJect from an intellectual, doctrixial. 
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MBA (J, w.y 

Every See of the Catholic Church in England at the Epochs of the 
Reformation and Revolution. 

With an Introduction by the late John Walter Lea, B.A., F.G.S., &C.9 
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An Annual for the Little Ones. 

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'A dainty booklet which relates the ups and downs of a tiny boy who was left at 
a railway station duly \abt\\ed,'-~Sutuiay School Times. 


By the Author of ' Clevedon Chimes,' &c Imperial i6mo. cloth 
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* Prettily and most pathetically told.'— TIA/ TimM, 

IiBOEin> OP DAHUT; and Other Poems , 

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A Book of Instructions on Confirmation. 

By the Right Rev. and Hon. Augustns Legge, D.D., Bishop of 
Lichfield. Fcap. 8vo. cloth boards, is, 6d, 

* The accumalated experience of a sacoessfiil parish priest in a department of 
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great care.'— GiMfydS^M. 

ThefolUrmng may be had separately : — 
Questions for Confirmation Candidates. In packets, xd. 
An Introduction to Private Prayer, and a Help to Self* 
Examination. 6</. a dozen. 



With an Appendix of Illustrations. 

By the Rev. H. Edmund Legh, M.A., late Organizmg Secretary of 
the C E. T. S., Winchester Diocese. With blank pages for MS. notes. 
Crown 8vo. cloth boards, \s, 6d. 


By the Author of *Miss Toose/s Mission,' &c Fcap. 8vo. dotb 
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LBWIS (M, A.). 


By M. A. Lewis. Paper cover, 6d. 


By a Working Associate of the Girls' Friendly Society. 

With PreCeitoiy Note by the Lord Bishop of WakefieUL Royal 3amo» 

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By the Author of 'Edith Vernon's Life- Work, *. &c. Illustrated. 
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'Told without eiEaggeratJoo, withrmt any fine writing, but with considerable 
power.'— jr/«c/a/^. 

Lovnra oouysELs to a Yoxryo pbiend. 

Before and After Confirmation. 
Fcap. 8vo. cloth boards, ix. td, 


Written and Illustrated by Kathleen Lucas. Printed in shades of 
brown by Edmund Evans. Bound in Japanese paper boards, 2s, td. 
* A book of nonsense rhymes and pictures. '—7A/ Quien. 



Stt ' The National Churches/ p. 45. 

LY8AOHT (Mrs.). 

Illustrated. Crown 8vo. cloth boards, 2s, 

LYTTELTOir (W, H,)> 


By the Hon. and Rev. W. H. Lyttelton, late Rector of Hagley and 
Hon. Canon of Worcester. With Preface by the Ri^ht Rev. £. S. 
Talbot, D J)., and an In Memoriam by Lady Fredenck Cavendish. 
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