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BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED—172 PAGES—FRONTISPIECE IN COLOR OLD CAPTAIN. By Myles Hemenway.
Illustrated with a frontispiece in color and ten drawings
by Howard Pyle. A romance of sea-faring life in the • early days of American prowess at sea. AN ESMERALDA OF ROCKY CANYON.
By Bret Harte. Illustrated by Peter Newell. A humor
ous romance of a western mining-camp.
Christ, the Flower of Virtue, Bloomed," by Louise Mor-
Illustrated by F. DuMond.
By Mary T. van Denburgh. Illustrated by W. T.
Smedley. A story of the Civil War.
From " How the Other Half Laughs *
THE SECOND WOOING OF SALINA SUE.
By Ruth McEnery Stuart. Illustrated by A. B. Frost. charming depiction of the grotesque humors of the plantation
and its underlying pathos.
Written and Illustrated by Frederic Remington. In this article
the relaxations to be found in the Northern forests.
A mystical romance of life among. Scottish fisher-folk, il
lustrated with unusual sympathy by Albert E. Sterner.
Princeton Thanksgiving-Day game.
and J. N. Mcllwraith. Illustrated by F. de Myrbach.
THE BATTLE OF MANILA. By AND YOU SHALL NOT HINDER ME"
Lieutenant J. M. Ellicott. IllusFrom "Old Captain --Colored Frontispiece
trated by Photographs taken by
By Lieutenant Ernest E. Meade, U. S. R. C. S. Illustrated by H.
engagement. The narrative of an eye-witness.
Illustrated by E. Grasset. A dramatic poem founded on a legend
of the early Christian Church. THE UNEXPECTEDNESS OF MR. HORACE SHIELDS. The
Last of the “Old Chester Tales.” By Margaret Deland.
Illustrated by Howard Pyle. A FABLE FOR HEIRESSES.
By Alice Duer, Author of “ A Fable for Maidens," etc.
rian Mr. Jarley," by J. K. Bangs, illustrated by Peter Newell. The
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A YANKEE VOLUNTEER OF THE FRENCH REVOLUTION
By M. IMLAY TAYLOR. 12mo, $1.25. By ELIZABETH WORMELEY LATIMER.
The many readers of “On the Red Staircase" and "An Im
perial Lover” have long been impatient for another story from merous and carefully selected portraits of the prin. the author's facile pen. In this one the scene is laid, not in cipal personages of the time. 8vo, 442 pages, $2.50. Russia, but in Massachusetts, and the time is the beginning of the Out of intimate and almost personal knowledge of the subject, things he did and the things he saw and heard; of battles and
Revolution. The tale is that of a soldier and a lover; of the the popular author of the Nineteenth Century Histories has written a graphic and thrilling account of some of the most exciting Mistress Joyce Talbot, at last relented and became a true patriot
marches and imprisonments; and of how his Tory sweetheart, and interesting phases of the French Revolution. Much of the material is translated direct from the original French sources,
and rebel. many of which are difficult of access to the ordinary student.
BY THE SAME AUTHOR The narratives of eye-witnesses and those of actors and sufferers On the Red Staircase. 12mo
$1.25 in the great drama are frequently quoted in detail.
An Imperial Lover. 12mo
1.25 Uniform with the above, and by the same author. France in the 19th Century.
$2.50 FLORIDA ALEXANDER Russia and Turkey in the inth Century:
2.50 A Kentucky Girl. By ELEANOR Talbot KINKEAD. England in the 19th Century
12mo, 276 pages, $1.00. Europe in Africa in the 19th century
A charming tale of the Sunny South, and of a brave, beautiful, Italy in the 19th Century
and attractive girl--a story of ideals and yet a story of the real. Spain in the 19th Century
2.50 It is written in exquisite English, and with a flavor of delicate
humor. The book will not fail to prove delightful reading, and
i's careful descriptions of Southern places and people, and the PERSONAL SKETCHES
beauty of its narrative style, must render it very aitractive. Miss OF RECENT AUTHORS
Kinkead has written other tales of the South, but never so good
a one as this. By Hattie TYNG GRISWOLD. With a handsome and carefully selected portrait of each author.
MARIA FELICIA 12mo, 352 pages, $1.50.
A Story of Bohemian Love. By CAROLINE SVETLA. The sketches are so sympathetic and appreciative that they Translated from the Bohemian by Antonie Krejsa. impress the reader with a sense of thoroughness which long biog- (** Tales from Foreign Lands" Series.) 16mo, raphies often fail to give. The materials are taken from the most trustworthy and authentic sources, and the facts given in
$1.00. the "sketches" may be implicitly relied on. The authors treated This latest addition to the “Tales from Foreign Lands are: Tennyson, Renan, Darwin, Matthew Arnold, Du Maurier, tains the high and unique reputation of the series. Freedom of Mrs. Browning, Ruskin, Huxley, Mrs. Stowe, Stevenson, How
thought and action, high-mindedness, and courageous devotion to ells, Louisa M. Alcott, Tolstoï, Kipling, ristina Rossetti, principle are the heroine's ideals, and to follow them unswerv. Thoreau, Bayard Taylor, Barrie.
ingly she resigns all her ancestral estates and wealth and joins
the man she loves. The author, Caroline Svetla, though regardBy the same author and uniform with the above (but lacking ed as the George Eliot of Bohemia, has thus far, we believe, portraits).
remained unknown to English readers. Home Life of Great Authors. 12mo
Previous volumes of the “Tales from Foreign Lands" Series are:
Memories, Graziella, Marie, Madeleine, Marienele., LOVE IN EPIGRAM
Cousin Phillis, Karine. Compiled by FREDERICK W. MORTON. 16mo,
THREE FRESHMEN The collection of epigrams embraces writers ancient and mod- By JESSIE ANDERSON CHASE. 12mo, $1.00. ern, classical and popular, in poetry and prose. It is suitable for
An odd title for a book that is written by a girl about girls readers and lovers of all ages and both sexes; a ready book of
and for girls, yet it is appropriate. The "three freshmen reference and a dainty gift book.
girl students at Smith College; one of them comes from Chicago, Uniform with the above, and by the same compiler
one from Boston, and one from the South. They lead a merry,
studious, and happy life, full of fun, frolic, and womanly kindMen in Epigram. 16mo.
heartedness. Woman in Epigram. 16mo
SIR JEFFERSON NOBODY CHOICE READINGS
By EFFIE W. MERRIMAN. Illus., 12mo, $1.25. By ROBERT MCLEAN CUMNOCK. Large 12mo, In many of our States the practice of “binding out" poor 602 pages. Revised and enlarged edition, $1.50. children to farmers in the country districts still prevails. This
story relates in most interesting fashion the adventures of a After twenty years of great success and popularity a revised
brother and sister who suffered this experience after their parents and enlarged edition of this standard book has been prepared by
died. Bad treatment made the boy run away to the city, where the author. Many new selections have been inserted, and a se
he fell in with the title character, a sort of juvenile Mark Tapley, ries of discussions on the most important topics in elocution have
who is entirely new to fiction. been added. It is the best work of its kind in existence.
THE WIDOW O'CALLAGHAN'S BOYS GENERAL NELSON'S SCOUT
By GulielmA ZOLLINGER. Illus., 12mo, $1.25. By BYRON A. DUNN. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.25. Left with seven small boys ranging from three to thirteen years
A book of the Civil War for boys, straightforward, manly, and of age, the brave little Irish widow in this story is obliged to leave inspiring. The tangled state of affairs in Kentucky during the her husband's farm and occupy a rude shanty in a small counearly days of the Rebellion is faithfully depicted, most of the in- try town. She takes in washing and sends her sons to school. cidents and many of the characters being historically true. Both Her management and encouragement of them, amid poverty and Southern and Northern readers must be delighted with it. The trouble, the characters of the boys themselves, their cheerfulness, story is told by an old soldier familiar with the scenes which he courage, and patience, and the firm grip which they take of the describes, and the whole narrative is vividly real. It is hand- lowest rounds of the ladder of success, are told simply, forcibly, somely illustrated.
interestingly, and, altogether, delightfully.
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The Workers--The West
Commercial Cuba By WALTER A. WYCKOFF, Assistant Professor of By William J. CLARK. A Book for Business Men.
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inine Taste and Æsthetics from 1797 to 1897.
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page, hand-colored plates and 250 text illustrations interest is personal, literary, and social as well. Several of the papers are founded upon material recently come to light, and the
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COL. THEODORE ecdotes, showing the individual bravery of
ROOSEVELT his men. He was personally acquainted with ON THE WAR
numbers of them, both plainsmen and city
bred riders. There will be individual sketches Illustrated by Drawings and Photographs. of many of these, together with photographs
N the entire subject of taken at Montauk Point, under the super
the Spanish-American vision of Col. Roosevelt, by Dwight L. ElThe Rough Riders' Colors. war, before, during, and after mendorf, who will also contribute many of
hostilities, Col. Roosevelt will the other photographs for these articles. write for Scribner's exclusively.
First of all, the picturesque story of the ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON'S LETRough Riders, from the inception of the TERS. EDITED BY SIDNEY Colvin. Many original idea to the mustering out of the fa- of the letters are to Edmund Gosse, William mous regiment, is to be told in serial form Archer, Henry James, W. E. Henley, and (occupying five or six numbers). The or- his other British correspondents. Some of ganizer and commander of the regiment the best of all are addressed to J. M. Barrie, happens to be an experienced writer as well though the two men never saw each other. as fighter. He was already well known as a A good share are to his American friends. depicter of picturesque adventures before he No one of modern times had more literary became famous as a soldier.
friends than Stevenson. These notable letThis will stand as the authoritative history ters cover the significant years and events of of his regiment as a fighting machine, as well his life. Their publication will continue as being a vivid narrative, with numerous an- throughout the magazine year.
They will be accompanied by illustrations and facsimiles from rare sources.
SENATOR HOAR'S REMINISCENCES, illustrated from old portraits, facsimiles, etc., will be the political and personal memoirs of one of the fathers of the Senate, dealing with the great public men and events of the past half-century. Having been a delegate to “Four National Conventions," he tells of their inner workings and of some of the little things that change the destinies of nations. In another paper he writes of Webster, in another of Blaine, in another he repeats verbatim certain memorable conversations with Grant.
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