Distant Homes; or the Graham Family in New Zealand
New and Popular Works
New and Popular Works.
Memorable Battles in English History.
Where Fought, why Fought, and their Results. With Lives of the Commanders. By W. H. Davenport Adams, author of “Neptune's Heroes; or, the Sea-kings of England.” Frontispiece by Robert Dudley. Post 8vo. price 7s. 6d. extra cloth.
Or, Anecdotes of the Campaigns and Gallant Deeds of the British Army during the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. By W. H. G. Kingston. With Frontispiece from a Painting in the Victoria Cross Gallery. Fcp. 8vo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. gilt edges.
Or, Anecdotes of the Engagements and Gallant Deeds of the British Navy during the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria. By W. H. G. Kingston. With Frontispiece. Fcap. 8vo. price 3s. cloth; 3s. 6d. gilt edges.
A Hand-Book of the History of the United States,
Including the Colonial Period; War of Independence; Constitution of the States; Slavery and other Causes leading to the present War, By Hugo Reid, late Principal of Dalhousie College, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Fcap. 8vo. price 2s. 6d. cloth.
My Grandmother's Budget
of Stories and Verses. By Frances Freeling Broderip, author of “Tiny Tadpole,” etc. Illustrated by her brother, Thomas Hood. Price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
The Loves of Tom Tucker and Little Bo-Peep.
Written and Illustrated by Thomas Hood. Quarto, price 2s. 6d. coloured plates.
Scenes and Stories of the Rhine.
By M. Betham Edwards, author of “Holidays among the Mountain,” etc. With Illustrations by F. W. Keyl. Super Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
Or, the Little Folks’ Picture Book. The Illustrations by C. H. Bennett. Quarto, price 2s. 6d. coloured plates.
Or, How to make Peace. By Georgiana M. Craik. With Illustrations by C. Green. Super Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
and her Sea Side Friends. By Emma Davenport, author of “Live Toys,” etc. With Illustrations by J. Absolon. Super Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
The Faithful Hound.
A Story in Verse, founded on fact. By Lady Thomas. With Illustrations by H. Weir. Imperial 16mo, price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
Dedicated by Permission to Alfred Tennyson.
The Story of King Arthur
and his Knights of the Round Table. With Six Beautiful Illustrations, by G. H. Thomas. Post 8vo. price 7s. cloth; 9s. coloured, gilt edges.
“Heartily glad are we to welcome the glorious old tale in its present shape.“—Gentleman's Magazine.
New Work by Elwes.
Or, a Boy's Struggles in the Great World. By Alfred Elwes, Author of “Ralph Seabrooke,” “Paul Blake.“etc. With Illustrations by H. Anelay. Fcap. 8vo. price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“M. Elwes sustains his reputation. The moral tone is excellent, and boys will derive from it both pleasure and profit.“Athenaeum.
Or, The Adventures of a Young Artist in Piedmont and Tuscany. By Alfred Elwes, Illustrated by Dudley. Fcap. 8vo.; price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
Frank and Andrea;
Or Forest Life in the Island of Sardinia. By Alfred Elwes. Illustrated by Dudley. Fcap. 8vo. price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“The descriptions of Sardindan life and seenery are admirable.“—Athenaeum.
Or, the Story of a Boy's Perils in the Islands of Corsica and Monte Cristo. By Alfred Elwes, Illustrated by H. Anclay. Fcap. 8vo, price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. cloth; gilt edges.
“This spirited and engaging story will lead our young friends to a very intimate acquaintance with the island of Corsica.“—Art Journal.page 5
Thomas Hood's Daughter.
And other Tales. By Frances Freeling Broderip, daughter of the late Thomas Hood. With Illustrations by Her Brother. Super-Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“A remarkable book, by the brother and sister of a family in which genius and are inherited.“—Saturday Review.
Funny Fables for Little Folks.
By Frances Freeling Broderip. Illustrated by her Brother. Super Royal 16mo. price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“The Fables contain the happiest mingling of fancy, humour, and instruction.“—Art Journal.
Captain Marryat's Dauchter.
Harry at School;
By Emilia Marryat. With Illustrations by Absolon. Super Royal 16mo. price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“Really good, and fitted to delight little boys.“—Spectator.
Or, Stories for My Little Friends, by Emilia Marryat. Illustrated by Absolon, price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
By the Author of “Triumphs of Steam.”
Or, the Gipsy Children; a Story founded on fact. By the Author of “The Triumphs of Steam,” “Our Eastern Empire.” etc. With Illustrations by John Gileert. Fcap. 8vo. price 4s. 6d. cloth; 5s, gilt edges.
Or, Anecdotes of our Four-legged and other Pets. By Emma Davenport. With Illustrations by Harrison Weir. Super Royal 16mo. price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. coloured, gilt edges.
“One of the best kind of books for youthful reading.“—Guardian.
Or, the Graham Family in New Zealand. By Mrs. J. E. Aylmer. With Illustrations by J. Jackson. Super Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“English children will be delighted with the history of Graham Family, and be enabled to form pleasant and truthful conceptions of the ‘Distant Homes’ inhabited by their kindred.“—Athenaeum.
Neptune's Heroes: or The Sea Kings of England;
from Hawkins to Franklin. By W. H. Davenport Adams. Illustrated by Morgan. Fcap. 8vo; price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“We trust Old England may ever have writers as ready and able to interpret to her children the noble lives of her greatest men.“—Athenaeum.
Lost in Ceylon;
The Story of a Boy and Girl's Adventures in the Woods and Wilds of the Lion King of Kandy. By William Dalton. Illustrated by Weir. Fcap. 8vo. price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
The White Elephant;
Or the Hunters of Ava, and the King of the Golden Foot. By W. Dalton. Illustrated by Weir. Fcap.8vo. price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“Full of dash, nerve and spirit, and withal freshness.“—Literary Gazette.
The War Tiger;
Or, The Adventures and Wonderful Fortunes of the Young Sea-Chief and his Lad Chow, By William Dalton, Illustrated by H. S. Melville. Fcap. 8vo. price 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. cloth, gilt edges.
“A tale of lively adventure, vigorously told, and embodying much curious information.“Illustrated News.
Holidays Among the Mountains;
Or, Scenes and Stories of Wales. By M. Betham Edwards. Illustrated by F. J. Skill. Super royal 16mo.; price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.page 7
The Illustrated Paper Model Maker;
Containing Twelve Pictorial Subjects, with Descriptive Letter-press and Diagrams for the construction of the Models, By E. Landells. Price 2s. in a neat Envelope.
“A most excellent mode of educating both eye and hand in the knowledge of form.“—English Churehman.
The Girl's Own Toy Maker,
And Book of Recreation. By E. Landells, Author of “Home Pastime,” etc., assisted by his daughter, Alice Landells. Second edition. With 200 Illustrations. Royal 16mo. price 2s, 6d. cloth.
“A perfect magazine of information.“—Illustrated News of the World.
The Boy's own Toy Maker.
A Practical Illustrated Guide to the useful employment of Leisure Hours. By E. Landells. With Two Hundred Cuts, Fourth Edition. Royal 16mo, price 2s. 6d., cloth.
“A new and valuable form of endless amusement.“—Nonconformist.
“We recommend it to who have children to be instructed and amused.“—Economist.
Or, The Child's Own Toy Maker. With practical instructions. By E. Landells. New and Cheaper Edition, price 3s. 6d. complete, with the Cards, and Descriptive Letterpress.
***By this novel and ingenious “Pastime,” Twelve beautiful Models can be made by Children from the Cards, by attending to the Plain and Simple Instructions in the Book.
“As a delightful exercise of ingenuity, and a most sensible mode of passing a winter's evening, we commend the Child's own Toy Maker.“—Illustrated News.
“Should be in every house blessed with the presence of children.“—The Field.
The Triumphs of Steam;
Or, Stories from the Lives of Watt, Arkwright, and Stephenson. With Illustrations by J. Gilbert. Dedicated by permissi to Robert Stephenson, Esq., M. P. Second edition. Royal 16mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d., coloured, gilt edges.
“A most delicious volume of examples.“—Art Journal.
Our Eastern Empire;
Or, Stories from the History of British India. Second Edition, with Continuation to the Proclamation of Queen Victoria, With Four Illustrations. Royal 16mo. cloth 3s. 6d. 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“These stories are charming, and convey a general view of the progress of our Empire in the East. The tales are told with admirable clearness.“—Athenaeum.
The Martyr Land;
Or, Tales of the Vaudois. Frontispiece by J. Gilbert. Royal 16mo; price 3s. 6d. cloth.
“While practical lessons run throughout, they are never obtruded; the whole tone is refined without affectation, religious and cheerful.“—English Churchman.
Might not Right;
Or, Stories of the Discovery and Conquest of America. Illustrated by J. Gilbert. Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“With the fortunes of Columbus, Cortes, and Pizarro, for the staple of these stories, the writer has succeeded in producing a very interesting volume.“—Illustrated News.
Or, the Autobiography of a Donkey. By the Author of “The Triumphs of Steam,” etc. Illustrated by Harrison Weir. Super Royal 16mo. price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“A very intelligent donkey, worthy of the distinction conferred upon him by the artist.“—Art Journal.
To be thrown upon the Wall. A Series of Eighteen Original Designs. By Henry Bursill. 4to price 2s. plain; 2s. 6d. coloured.
A Second Series of Hand Shadows;
With Eighteen New Subjects. By H. Bursill. Price 2s. plain; 2s. 6d. coloured.
“Uncommonly clever—some wonderful effects are produced.“—The Press.page 9
The Late Thomas Hood, Etc.
Or, Recreation for the Rising Generation, in Prose and Verse. By Thomas and Jane Hood Illustrated by T. Hood, Jun. Super royal 16mo; price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured gilt edges.
The Headlong Career and Woful Ending of Precocious Piggy. Written for his Children, by the late Thomas Hood. With a Preface by his Daughter; and Illustrated by his Son, Third Edition. Post 4to, fancy boards, price 2s. 6d., coloured.
“The Illustrations are intensely humourous.“—The Critic.
The History of a Quartern Loaf.
in Rhymes and Pictures, By William Newman. 12 Illustrations. Price 6d. plain, 1s. coloured. 2s. 6d. on linen, and bound in cloth. Uniform in size and price,
The History of a Cup of Tea.
The History of a Scuttle of Coals.
The History of a Lump of Sugar.
A Woman's Secret;
Or How to Make Home Happy. 23rd Thousand. 18mo. price 6d. By the same Author, uniform in size and price,
Woman's Work; or, How she can Help the Sick.
A Chapter of Accidents;
Or, the Mother's Assistant in cases of Burns, Scalds, Cuts, & c.
Pay To-day, Trust To-morrow;
A Story illustrative of the Evils of the Tally System. 4th Thousand.
Or Hannah, Baker's First Place. 4th Thousand.
Family Prayers for Cottage Homes;
With a Few Words on Prayer, and Select Scripture Passages. Fcap. 8vo. price 4d. limp cloth.
***These little works are admirably adapted for circulation among the working classes.
The Fairy Tales of Science.
A Book for Youth. By J. C. Brough. With 16 Beautiful Illustrations by C. H. Bennett. Fcap. 8vo, price 5s., cloth; 5s. 6d, gilt edges.
Contents: 1. The Age of Monsters.—2. The Amber Spirit.—3. The Four Elements.—4. The Life of an Atom.—5. A Little Bit.—6. Modern Alchemy.—7. The Magic of the Sunbeam.—8. Two Eyes Better than One.—9. The Mermaid's Home.—10. Animated Flowers.—11. Metnmorphoses.—12. The Invisible World.—13. Wonderful Plants. 14. Water Bewitched.—15. Pluto's Kingdom.—16. Moving Lands.—17. The Gnomes.—18. A Flight through Space.—19. The Tale of a Comet.—20. The Wonderful Lamp.
“Science, perhaps, was never made more attractive and easy of entrance into the youthful mind.“—The Builder.
“Altogether the volume is one of the most original, as well as one of the most useful, books of theseason.“—Gentleman's Magazine.
The Nine Lives of a Cat;
A Tale of Wonder. Written and Illustrated by C. H. Bennett. Twenty-four Engravings. Imperial 16mo. price 2s. cloth; 2s. 6d. coloured.
“Rich in the quaint humour and fancy that a man of genius knows how to spare for the enlivenment of children.“—Examiner.
Sunday Evenings with Sophia;
Or, Little Talks on Great Subjects. A Book for Girls. By Leonora G. Bell. Frontispiece by J. Absolon. Fcap. 8vo, price 2s. 6d. cloth.
“A very suitable gift for a thoughtful girl.“—Bell's Messenger.
Blind Man's Holiday;
Or Short Tales for the Nursery. By the Author of “Mia and Charlie,” “Sidney Grey,” etc. Illustrated by John Absolon. Super Royal 16mo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“Very true to nature and admirable in feeling.“—Guardian.
Scenes of Animal Life and Character.
From Nature and Recollection. In Twenty Plates. By J. B. 4to, price 2s., plain; 2s. 6d., coloured, fancy boards.
“Truer, heartier, more playful, or more enjoyable sketches of animal life could scarcely be found anywhere.“—Spectator.
Or, the Chronicles of the Crows. Illustrated by J. B. 4to, price 2s. plain; 2s. 6d. coloured.
Jack Frost and Betty Snow;
With other Tales for Wintry Nights and Rainy Days Illustrated by H. Weir. 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“The dedication of these pretty tales, prove by whom they are written; they are indelibly stamped with that natural and graceful method of amusing while instructing, which only persons of genius possess.“—Art Journal.page 11
W. H. G. Kingston's Books for Boys
With Illustrations. Fcap. 8vo. price 5s. each, cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
Or, the Life and Adventures of a British Seaman of the Old School.
“There is about all Mr. Kingston's tales a spirit of hopefulness, honesty. and cheery good principle, which makes them most wholesome, as well as most interesting reading.“—Era.
Or, the Yarn of an Old Sailor about his Early Life and Adventures.
“We tried the story on an audience of boys, who one and all declared it to be capital.“—Athenaeum.
Fred Markham in Russia;
Or, the Boy Travellers in the Land of the Czar.
“Most admirably does this book unite a capital narrative, with the communication of valuable information respecting Russia.“—Nonconformist.
Or Neil D'Arcy's Sea Life and Adventures, With Eight Illustrations.
“With the exception of Capt. Marrayat, we know of no English author who will compare with Mr. Kingston as a writer of books of nautical adventure.“—Illustrated News.
Manco, the Peruvian Chief;
With Illustrations by Carl Schmolze.
“A capital book; the story being one of much interest, and presenting a good account of the history and institutions, the customs and manners, of the country.“—Literary Gazette.
A Tale of the Indian Ocean. By the Author of “Peter the Whaler,” etc. With Illustrations by J. Absolon. Second Edition.
“No more intereting, nor more safe book, can be put into the hands of yonth; and to boys especially, ‘Mark Seaworth’ will be a treasure of delight.“—Art Journal.
Peter the Whaler;
His early Life and Adventures in the Arctic Regions. Second Edition. Illustrations by E. Duncan.
“A better present for a boy of an active turn of mind could not be found. The tone of the book is manly, healthful, and vigorous.“—Weekly News.
“A book which the old may, but which the young must, read when they have once begun it.“—Athenaeum.
Old Nurse's Book of Rhymes, Jingles, and Ditties.
Illustrated by C. H. Bennett. With Ninety Engravings, Fcap. 4to. price 3s. 6d. cloth, plain, or 6s. coloured.
“The illustrations are all so replete with fun and imagination, that we scarcely know who will be most pleased with the book, the good-natured grandfather who gives it, or the chubby grandchild who gets it, for a Christmas-Bos.“—Notes and Queries.
Maud Summers the Sightless:
A Narrative for the Young. Illustrated by Absolon. 3s. 6d. cloth;
4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“A touching and beautiful story.“—Christian Treasury.
Or, the Blade and the Ear. By Miss Milner. With Frontispiece by Birket Foster. Fcap. 8vo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. cloth elegant, gilt edges.
“A beautiful narrative, showing how bad habits may be eradicated, and evil tempers subdued.“—British Mother's Journal.
The Adventures and Experiences of Biddy Dork-
ING and of the FAT FROG. Edited by Mrs. S. C. Hall. Illustrated by H. Weir. 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“Most amusingly and wittily told.“—Morning Herald.
By the Author of “Cat and Doc,” etc.
Historical Acting Charades;
Or, Amusements for Winter Evenings. New Edition. Fcap. 8vo. price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. gilt edges.
“A rare book for Christmas parties, and of practical value.“—Illustrated News.
The Story of Jack and the Giants:
With thirty-five Illustrations by Richanrd Doyle. Beautifully printed. New and Cheaper Edition. Fcap. 4to. price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, extra cloth, gilt edges.
“In Doyle's drawings have wonderful conceptions, which will secure the book a place amongst the treasures of collectors, as well as excite the imaginations of children.“—Illustrated Times.
Granny's Wonderful Chair;
And its Tales of Fairy Times, By Frances Browne. With Illustrations by Kenny Meadows. Small 4to, 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“One of the happiest blendings of marvel and moral we have ever seen.“—Literary Gazette.
The Early Dawn;
Or, Stories to Think about. By a Country Clergyman. Illustrated by H. Weir. etc. Small 4to. price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“The matter is both wholesome and instructive, and must fascinate as well as benefit the young.“—Literurium.
Or, the Pine Forest among the Alps. By Geraldine E. Jewsbury. author of “The Adopted Child,” etc. With Illustrations by John Absolon. Small 4to; price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“As pretty a child's story as one might look for on a winter's day.“—Examiner.
Tales of Magic and Meaning.
Written and Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill, Author of “Funny Leaves for the Younger Branches,” “The Careless Chicken,” “Picture Fables,” etc. Small 4to.; price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured.
“Cleverly written, abounding in frolic and pathos, and inculcates so pure a moral, that we must pronounce him a very fortunate little fellow, who eatches these ‘Tales of Magic’, as a windfull from ‘The Christmas Tree’.”—Athenaeum.
Faggots for the Fire Side;
Or, Tales of Fact and Fancy. By Peter Parley. With Twelve Tinted Illustrations. Foolseap 8vo.; 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. gilt edges.
“A new book by Peter Parley is a pleasant greeting for all boys and girls, wherever the English language is spoken and read. He has a happy method of conveying information, while seeming to address himself to the imagination.“—The Critic.
The Discontented Children;
And How they were Cured. By Mary and Elizabeth Kirby. Illustrated by H. K. Browne (Phiz.) Second edition, price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“We know no better method of banishing ‘discontent’ from school-room and nursery than by introducing this wise and clever story to their inmates.“—Art Journal.
The Talking Bird;
Or, the Little Girl who knew what was going to happen. By M. and E. Kirby. With Illustrations by H. K. Browse (Phiz). Small 4to. Price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“The story is ingeniously told, and the moral clearly shown.“—Athenaeum.
Or, Pride goes before a Fall. By M. and E. Kirby. Illustrated by Absolon. Price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“It is nearly such a story as Miss Edgeworth might have written on the same theme.“—The Press.
Letters from Sarawak,
Addressed to a Child; embracing an Account of the Manners, Customs, and Religion of the Inhabitants of Borneo, with Incidents of Missionary Life among the Natives. By Mrs, M‘Dougall. Fourth Thousand, with Illustrations. 3s. 6d. cloth.
All is new, interesting, admirably told,“—Church and State Gazette.
Comical Picture Books.
Uniform in size with “The Struwwelpeter.”
Each with Sixteen large Coloured Plates, price 2s. 6d., in fancy boards, or mounted on cloth, Is. extra.
Written and Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill.
The Careless Chicken;
By the Baron Krakemsides. By Alfred Crowquill.
Funny Leaves for the Younger Branches.
By the Baron Krakemsides, of Burstenoudelafen Castle. Illustrated by Alfred Crowquill.
Laugh and Grow Wise;
By the Senior Owl of Ivy Hall. With Sixteen large coloured Plates. Price 2s. 6d. fancy boards; or 3s. 6d. mounted on cloth.
The Remarkable History of the House that Jack
Built. Splendidly Illustrated and magnificently Illuminated by The Son of a Genius. Price 2s. in fancy cover.
“Magnificent in suggestion, and most comical in expression!“—Athenaeum.
A Peep at the Pixies;
Or, Legends of the West. By Mrs. Bray. Author of “Life of Stothard,” “Trelawny,” etc., etc. With Illustrations by Phiz. Super-royal 16mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“A peep at the actual Pixies of Devonshire, faithfully described by Mrs. Bray, is a treat. Her knowledge of the locality, her affection for her subject, her exquisite feeling for nature, and her real delight in fairy lore, have given a freshness to the little volume we did not expect. The note at the end contain matter of interest for all who feel a desire to know the origin of such tales and legends.“—Art Journal.
A Book for Every Child.
The Favourite Picture Book;
A Gallery of Delights, designed for the Amusement and Instruction of the Young. With several Hundred Illustrations from Drawings by J. Absolon, H. K. Browne (Phiz), J. Gilbert, T. Landseer, J. Leech, J. S. Prout, H. Weir, etc. New Edition. Royal 4to., price 3s. 6d. bound in a new and Elegant Cover; 7s. 6d. coloured; 10s. 6d. mounted on cloth and coloured.
Ocean and her Rulers;
A Narrative of the Nations who have from the earliest ages held dominion over the Sea; and comprising a brief History of Navigation. By Alfred Elwes. With Frontispiece. Fcap. 8vo, 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“The volume is replete with valuable and interesting information; and we cordially recommend it as a useful auxiliary in the school-room, and entertaining companion in the library.“—Morning Post.
Berries and Blossoms.
A Verse Book for Children. By T. Westwood. With Title and Frontispiece printed in Colours. Super-royal 16mo, price 3s. 6d. cloth, gilt edges.
The Wonders of Home, in Eleven Stories.
By Grandfather Grey. With Illustrations. Third and Cheaper Edition. Royal 16mo., 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
Contents.—1. The Story of a Cup of Tea.—2. A Lump of Coal.—3. Some Hot Water.—4. A Piece of Sugar.—5. The Milk Jug.—6. A Pin.—7. Jenny's Sash.—8. Harry's Jacket.—9. A Tumbler.—10. A Knife.—11. This Book.
“The idea is excellent, and its execution equally commendable. The subjects are well selected, and are very happily told in a light yet sensible manner.“—Weekly News.
Cat and Dog;
Or, Memoirs of Puss and the Captain. Illustrated by Weir. Sixth Edition. Super-royal 16mo, 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“The author of this amusing little tale is. evidently, a keen observer of nature. The illustrations are well executed; and the moral, which points the tale, is conveyed in the most attractive form.“—Britamnia.
The Doll and Her Friends;
Or, Memoirs of the Lady Seraphina. By the Author of “Cat and Dog.” Third Edition. With Four Illustrations by H. K. Browne (Phiz). 2s. 6d., cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“Evidently written by one who has brought great powers to bear upon a small matter.“—Morning Herald.
Tales from Catland;
Dedicated to the Young Kittens of England. By an Old Tabby. Illustrated by H. Weir. Third Edition. Small 4to, 2s. 6d. plain; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“The combination of quiet humour and sound sense has made this one of the pleasantest little books of the season.“—Lady's Newspaper.
The Grateful Sparrow.
A True Story, with Frontispiece. Third Edition. Price 6d. sewed.
How I Became a Governess.
By the Author of “The Grateful Sparrow.” Second Edition. With Frontispiece. Price 1s. sewed.
A True Story. By the same Author. With Frontispiece. Price 6d.page 17
Works By Mrs. R. Lee.,
Anecdotes of the Habits and Instincts of Animals.
Third and Cheaper Edition. With Illustrations by Harrison Weir. Fcap. 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. gilt edges.
Anecdotes of the Habits and Instincts of Birds,
Reptiles, and Fishes. With Illustrations by Harrison Weir. Second and Cheaper Edition. Fcap. 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth; 4s. gilt edges.
“Amusing, instructive, and ably written.“—Literary Gazette.
“Mrs. Lee's authorities—to name only one, Professor Owen—are, for the most part first-rate.'—Athenaeum.
Twelve Stories of the Sayings and Doings of
Animals. With Illustrations by J. W. Archer. Third Edition. Super-royal 16mo, 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
“It is just such books as this that educate the imagination of children, and enlist their sympathies for the brute creation.“—Nonconformist.
Familiar Natural History.
With Forty-two Illustrations from Original Drawings by Harrison Weir. Super-royal 16mo, 3s. 6d. cloth; 5s. coloured gilt edges.
Playing at Settlers;
Or, the Faggot House. Illustrated by Gilbert. Second Edition. Price 2s. 6d. cloth; 3s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
Adventures in Australia;
Or, the Wanderings of Captain Spencer in the Bush and the Wilds. Second Edition. Illustrated by Prout. Fcap. 8vo., 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“This volume should find a place in every school library; and it will, we are sure, be a very welcome and useful prize.“—Educational Tanes.
The African Wanderers;
Or, the Adventures of Carlos and Antonio; embracing interesting Descriptions of the Manners and Customs of the Western Tribes, and the Natural Productions of the Country. Third Edition. With Eight Engravings. Fcap. 8vo, 5s. cloth; 5s. 6d. gilt edges.
“For fascinating adventure, and rapid succession of incident, the volume is equal to any relation of travel we ever read.“—Britannia
“In strongly recommending this admirable work to the attention of young readers, we feel that we are rendering a real service to the cause of African civilization.“—Patriot.
Sir Thomas; or, the Adventures of a Cornish
Baronet In Western Africa. With Illustrations by J. Gilbert. Fcap. 8vo.; 3s. 6d. cloth.
Harry Hawkins's H-Book;
Shewing how he learned to aspirate his H's. Frontispiece by H. Weir. Second Edition. Super-royal 16mo, price 6d.
“No family or school-room within, or indeed beyond, the sound of Bow bells, should be without this merry manual.“—Art Journal.
The Family Bible Newly Opened;
With Uncle Goodwin's account of it. By Jefferys Taylor, author of “A Glance at the Globe,” etc. Frontispiece by J. Gilbert. Fcap. 8vo, 3s. 6d. cloth.
“A very good account of the Sacred Writings, adapted to the tastes, feelings, and intelligence of young people.“—Educational Times.
Kate and Rosalind;
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