« PreviousContinue »
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW ADVERTISER.
For sale by all dealero or sent, post-paid, to any address
on receipt of price. FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. J. T. TROWBRIDGE'S NEW BOOK. “THE PRÍZE CUP i Austory that will interest healthy boys every- PATRIOTIC BOOKS. · A STORY OF THE TIME OF CHRIST.
The Century Book .
of Famous Americans. matic tale of boy life at the beginning of the Christian era. Beautifully illustrated. $1.50.
of a young people's pilgrimage to A NEW ARABIAN NIGHTS BOOK.
the homes of Washington, Lincoln, Grant, Jefferson, Franklin, Webster,
and other famous men. revives Sindbad the Sailor, who becomes a partner of an Amer- 250 illustrations, $1.50. Published ican boy of to-day. Illustrated by Birch. $1.50.
under the auspices of the Daughters A New Edition of an "UNCLE REMUS" BOOK.
of the American Revolution. “
The Century Book
for Young Americans. A STORY LIFE OF NAPOLEON.
By Elbridge S. Brooks. Telling in
attractive story form what every
American boy and girl ought to “A French boy befriended by Napoleon. By Elbridge S. Brooks.
know about the government. Illustrated by H. A. Ogden. $1.50.
illustrations, $1.50. Published un
der the auspices of the Sons of the BOOKS BY MARY MAPES DODGE.
American Revolution. ", $1.50..“ The Land of Pluck"; stories and sketches of Holland
Hero Tales for young folks, richly illustrated, $1.50. “When Life is Young"; a col
from American History. lection of verses for boys and girls, with numerous illustrations,
$1.25. BY Theodore Rooseveltand
Henry from St. Nicholas and edited by Mrs. Dodge, -300 illustrations, $1.00. 300 pages, illustrated, $1.50.
BOOKS BY MRS. C. V. JAMISON.
THE FAMOUS BROWNIE BOOKS.
There are now five Brownie Books, with verses and pictures that have delighted hundreds of thousands of homes. The children "read them to pieces." $1.50 a copy.
Jack Ballister's Fortunes. THE LATEST NOVELTIES.
By Howard Pyle. $2.00. “The Shadow Show." By Peter S. Newell, author of the
“Gobolinks for Young and Old.” By Ruth McEnery
The Horse Fair. ductions of odd-shaped blots of ink with nonsense verses and
By James Baldwin. $1.50. with directions for playing the new game of gobolinks. $1.00.
Imaginotions. “Rhymes of the States." A geographical aid to young By Tudor Jenks. $1.50. people. By Garrett Newkirk. Illustrated." $1.00. Paper Doll Poems." Pictures in imitation of dolls and ani
The Man Who Married mals cut out of paper, with verses by Pauline King. 75 cents.
The Moon. “ Artful Anticks." A collection of humo ous verses and pic- Some Strange Corners of Our tures by Oliver Herford. $1.00.
Country. “A Book of Cheerful Cats." Funny cat pictures and
By Charles F. Lummis.
SEND FOR CATALOGUE.
thirty-two page catalogue of The
Century Co.'s publications will be concert room. Boards, $1.25; cloth, $2.00.
sent to any address, free, on request.
THE CENTURY CO
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW ADVERTISER.
An Old Favorite with New Features.
THE LIVING AGE ,
Founded by E. Littell in 1844.
A WEEKLY MAGAZINE OF FOREIGN PERIODICAL LITERATURE, Giving yearly 3500 Double Column Octavo Pages of Matter (making four
large volumes) unequalled in quality and quantity.
It is Issued Every Saturday and Contains
ARTICLES OF STANDARD AND POPULAR INTEREST
INDISPENSABLE TO EVERY READER OP INTELLIGENCE AND LITERARY TASTE.
In 1896 the subscription price of THE LIVING AGE, which had been Eight Dollars a year, WAS REDUCED TO Six DOLLARS. The effect of this change was to add hundreds of new names to the subscription list.
Encouraged by this response to their efforts to enlarge the constituency and increase the usefulness of the magazine, the publishers have added several new features of interest. These include: 1st. The publication of oc- French, German, Spanish and sional translations of noto
Italian Reviews and Magazines, worthy articles from the 2d. The addition of a Readings from American Magazines. Monthly Supplement Readings from New Books. containing three depart- A List of Books of the Month. ments, namely:
This Supplement will add about three hundred pages annually to the magazine, without any added cost to the subscribers, and without diminishing in the least the space given to the features which have made THE LIVING AGE for fifty-three years a household word among intelligent and cultivated readers.
The weekly numbers of THE LIVING AGE contain choice fiction; essays; sketches of discovery and travel; papers in the department of biography, history, science, and politics in the broadest sense; poetry and general information: in a word, whatever is best and most important in current periodical literature. The wide range of subjects and the high standard of literary excellence which have characterized the magazine from the beginning will be preserved.
PUBLISHED WEEKLY at $6.00 a year, free of Postage.
TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS for the year 1897, remitting before Jan. 1, the weekly numbers of 1896 issued after the receipt of their subscriptions will be sent gratis.
Rates for clubbing with other periodicals will be sent upon application.
P. O. Box 5206, Boston.
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW ADVERTISER.
By F. MARION CRAWFORD, Author of “Saracinosca," “ Pietro Ghisleri," “ Katherine Lauderdale," " The Ralstons," etc.
Two Volumos. 16mo, in box, 82.00, Uniform with "Casa Braccio," Another of the stories of Italian life, which are conceded to be Mr. Crawford's most successful work since the publication of the series describing three generations of the Saracinesca family, and subtly delineating the changes which are taking place in Italian society. GRAY DAYS AND GOLD
A BOOK OF OLD ENGLISH BALLADS. IN ENGLAND AND SCOTLAND, With an Accompaniment of Decorative Drawings By WILLIAM WINTER, author of "Shakespeare's
by GEORGE WHARTON EDWARDS, and an InEngland," “ Life and Art of Edwin Booth,'
troduction by HAMILTON W. MABIE.
The illustrations consist of 50 decorative head and tail A new edition revi:ed throughopit, with 12 full-page pieces, and 29 full-page plates, which are printed in color. photogravure plates from negatives made for this edition, Beautifully printed on deckel-edge paper. 12mo, cloth, and 89 other illustrations, many of which are from original gilt, gilt top, $2.00. Also an edition de luxe, printed on drawings made specially for Hlustrating this work. hand-made paper and limited to 100 copies. Bound in Crown octavn, Bound in gray buckram, with rich design crushed buckram, paper label. Octavo. Price, $5.00, in gold, and full gilt edges. Price, $2.50.
A HISTORICAL STUDY.
York, Past President of the Architectural League of New York, Vice-President of the National Sculptural Society. Honorary Member of tbe Mural Painters, etc., etc. Illustrated with nine full-page albert ype plates and 257 engravings, many of ibem tbe full size of the page, and others
printed in the text. 8vo, clotb, gilt iop, $4.00. Mr. Russell Sturgis deals exclusively with the facts as they are visible in each building to one who knows how to observe. The structure is described, and its meaning and the reasons for it sought out and explained, and the decorative treatment which arises from the construction, and which was, in a sense, inevitable, is analyzed. Then those decorative styles which have not arisen so naturally, and which are rather added to the building than an inte gral part of it, such as the ornamentation of the Imperial Roman buildings, are also explained and criticised. THE GOSPEL FOR AN AGE OF DOUBT: THE MODERN READER'S BIBLE. BEING THE YALE LECTURES ON A series of books from the Sacred Scriptures prePREACHING FOR 1896.
sented in modern literary form. Edited, with
an Introduction, by RICHARD G. MOULTON, By HENRY Van Dyke, D.D., author of " The M. A. (Camb.), Ph. D. (Penn.). Professor of Reality of Religion," Story of the Psalms,"
Literature in English in the University of Chi“ Little Rivers," etc. 12mo, cloth, $1.75.
cago. 18mo, cloth, each 50 cents; or in paste
grain morocco, gilt top, 60 cents. “Dr. Van Dyke is devout and loyal to his faith, but he THE KINGS.-Bible History, Part IV.: The Chosen recognizes inos marked degree the sincerity and even
Nation under a Secular Government side by value of honest doubt. It is needless to say--for the
side with a Theocracy.- Books of II. Samuel, lectures themselves say it-chat Dr. Van Dyko believes
I. and II. Kings. firinly in the supernatural revelation of religious truih.
Already Published. It is this faith coupled with his understanding of and GENESIS.
ECCLESIASTES-WISDOM sympathy with th. inquiring spirit of the age which has THE EXODUS. OF SOLOMON. filled his le ture-room at New Haven to overflowing, and THE JUDGES. THE BOOK OF JOB. . which will comid and for his lectures in book form a wide THE PROVERB“. DEUTERONOMY. circle of readers."
ECCLESIASTICUS. BIBLICAL IDYLLS.
NEW NOVELS. New Novel by the author of "A Kentucky Mrs. Humphry. Ward's New,, Novel, sequel to Cardinal."
*MARCELLA." THE CHOIR INVISIBLE.
SIR GEORGE TRESSADY. By JAMES LANE ALLEN. Author of " A Kentucky By MRS. HUMPHRY WARD. Author of Mar
Cardinal," "A Summer in Arcady," etc. 12mo, cella," " " Robert Elsmere, " The History of cloth, $1.50.
David Grieve." 2 vols., 16mo, buckram, $2.00. Rudyard Kipling Illustrated.
(Uniform with "Marcella.") SOLDIER STORIES.
By the Author of "The Time Machine." By RUDYARD KIPLING. Author of “ * Plain Tales
THE WHEELS OF CHANCE: from the Hills," "The Naulahka," etc. With
A BICYCLING IDYLL. decorative head and tail pieces and 21 full. By H. G. WELLS. Author of “The Wonderful page illustrations by A. S. HARTWICK. 12mo, Visit," with numerous illustrations by J. AYcloth, $1.5).
TOX SEMINGTON, etc. 12mo, cloth, $1.50.
By Mrs. Mabel Osgood Wright, author of
“Birdcraft." By MRS. MOLESWORTH. Author of "Tell Me a TOMMY-ANNE AND THE THREE HEARTS.
Story," "Carrots," "Grandmother Dear," etc. Illustrated by L. LESLIE BROOKE. 12mo, 'cloth, By MABKL OsgooD WRIGHT. Author of " Bird$1.00
craft,' “ Friendship of Nature." etc. With One of Mr. Swinburne's acutest bits of criticism lay in
illustrations by ALBERT D. BLASAFIELD. 12mo, his remark apropos of one of Mrs. Molesworth's earlier
cloth, $1.50. stories, that it is no wbit easier to draw a lifelike child "The history of birds and little four-footed crea. than to draw a lifelike man or woman; and equally true is tures in a form which will lure young minds iato a love of his further comment that “there is no one whose touch nature through an appeal to their love of fun. is so exquisi'e and masterly, whose love is so thoroughly A. D. Blashfield has drawn a great number of pictures as according to her knowledge, whose bright and sweet in- funny in their way as Mr. Frost's pictures for Uncle vention is so fruitful, so truthful or so delightful as Mrs. Remus,' which is saying a great deal."- New York Molesworth's.”
Tribune. THE MACMILLAN CO. 66 FIFTH AVE N V
THE NORTH AMERICAN REVIEW ADVERTISER.
SCRIBNER'S NEW PUBLICATIONS
SENTIMENTAL TOMMY. The Story of his Boyhood. By JAMES M. BARRIE. With 11 full-page Illustrations
by William Hatherell. 12mo, $1.50.
" There is every reason to think that. Sentimental Tommy,' J. M. Barrie's story, is going to have a wider interest than any he has written, with, perhaps, the one exception of · The Little Minister: Personally we prefer the new story. The subtle mixture of humor and pathos is unusual even with this master of those qualities."— The Critic. MRS. CLIFF'S YACHT. By FRANK R. MARGARET OGILVY. By her son. J. M. STOCKTON. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50.
Barrie. With Portrait. 12mo, $1.25. “One of Mr. Stockton's best works."- Boston Adver. An affectionate sketch of the life and character of Mr. tiser. C
Barrie's mother, which is necessarily also a sketch of much
of his own life and work. THE SPRIGHTLY ROMANCE OF MAR- LOVE IN OLD CLOATHES, And
Other SAC. By MOLLY ELLIOT SEAWELL. Illus
Stories. By H. C. BUNNER. With 12 full-page trated by Gustave Verbeek. 12mo, $1.25.
Illustrations by A. Castaigne, W. T. Smedley,
and Orson Lowell. 12mo, $1.50. A TRAGIC IDYL. By PAUL BOURGET. 12mo,
POEMS. By H. C. BUNNER. 12mo, $1.75.
Containing the verses in " Airs from Arcady,” “Rowen," COLONIAL DAYS IN OLD NEW YORK.
and poems printed since the issue of those volumes. By ALICE MORSE EARLE. 12mo, $1.25.
THE NATIONAL COOK BOOK. By MAPROBLEMS OF MODERN DEMOCRACY.
HARLAND and CHRISTINE TERHUNE
HERRICK. By E. L. GODKIN. 8vo, $2.00.
IN THE SOUTH SEAS. By ROBERT LOUIS THE SENSE OF BEAUTY. Being the Out STEVENSON. With map. 12mo, $1.50.
lines of Æsthetic Theory. By GEORGE SANTAYANA, Lecturer at Harvard University. 12mo,
FABLES. By Robert Louis STEVENSON. $1.50.
16mo, $1.00. THAT FIRST AFFAIR, and Other Sketches.
A WINTER SWALLOW, and Other Poems.
By Edith M. THOMAS. 12mo, $1.50.
HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC. By H. E. Richards, and the Author. 12mo, $1.25.
KREHBIEL. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.25 net.
New Books for Young Readers.
HANS BRINKER; or, The Silver Skates. By MARY MAPES DODGE. New Amsterdam Edition. With over 100 Illustrations by Allen B. Doggett.
Mrs. Dodge's ever-popular story will appeal afresh to old and new readers in this handsome new edition. The pictures illustrate the text most attractively. They are the result of a special journey to Holland, undertaken by the artist in order that he might visit, in person, the places where the scenes of Mrs. Dodge's story were laid. THREE NEW BOOKS. By G. A. Henty. | SONGS OF CHILDHOOD. The Field-de Each fully illustrated. 12mo, $1.50.
Koven Song Book. Verses by EUGENE Field.
Music by REGINALD DE KOVEN, and Others. At Agincourt: A Tale of the White Hoods of Paris.
Large 8vo, $2.0c
THE AMERICAN BOYS' BOOK OF
SPORT. Outdoor Games for All Seasons. By With Cochrane the Dauntless : A Tale of the Exploits of Lord Cochrane in South American Waters.
DANIEL C. BEARD. With over 300 illustrations
by the Author. 8vo, $2.50. THE COURT OF KING ARTHUR. Stories THROUGH SWAMP AND GLADE: A from the Land of the Round Table. By W. H.
Tale of the Seminole War. By Kirk MUNROE. FROST, Author of "The Wagner Story Book.” Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50.
(The White Conqueror Series.) "Illustrated. Ilmo,
$1.25. CHILDREN'S STORIES IN AMERICAN THE LOG OF A PRIVATEERSMAN.
LITERATURE, 1860-1896. By Henri By HARRY COLLINGWOOD. Illustrated. 12mo, ETTA CHRISTIAN WRIGHT. 12mo, $1.25.
SCRIBNER'S SONS - NEW YORK