Henry Ancrum: A Tale of the Last War in New Zealand, Volume 1
Tinsley Brothers' Series of Seven-and-Sixpenny Works. Handsomely Bound in Bevelled Boards
Tinsley Brothers' Series of Seven-and-Sixpenny Works. Handsomely Bound in Bevelled Boards.
The Pilgrim and the Shrine; or, Passages from the Life and Correspondence of Herbert Ainslie, B.A. Cantab. New and Cheaper Edition, with Corrections and Additions.
"We recognise in the Author of the "Pilgrim and the Shrine" an artist who approaches very near to the ideal that his brilliant pages disclose."—Saturday Review.
Companion Work by the same Author.
Higher Law. A Romance in One Volume.
"That same purity of style, earnestness of tone, that same depth of philosophic reflection, which marked the "Pilgrim and the Shrine," may all be found, rendered still more attractive by the beauty of the story, in the present work. There is, in short, no novel which can be compared to it for its width of view, its cultivation, its poetry, and its deep human interest …. except 'Romola.'"—Westminster Review.
- Maxims by a Man of the World. By the Author of "Lost Sir Massingberd."
- The Adventures of a Bric-a-Brac Hunter. By Major Byng Hall.
- The Night Side of London. By J. Ewing Ritchie, Author of "About London," &c. New and Enlarged Edition.
- Some Habits and Customs of the Working Classes. By A Journeyman Engineer.
- The Great Unwashed. By "The Journeyman Engineer."
- A Course of English Literature. By James Hannay. Suitable for Students and Schools.
- Modern Characteristics: a Series of Essays from the "Saturday Review," revised by the Author.
- Essays in Defence of Women. Crown 8vo, handsomely bound in cloth, gilt, bevelled boards.
- Places and People; being Studies from the Life, By J. C. Parkinson.
New Edition of Novels by Mrs. Henry Wood.
Uniformly Bound in Green Cloth, each in One Volume, Price 6s.
- The Red Court Farm.
- A Life's Secret.
- George Canterbury's Will.
- Anne Hereford.
- Elster's Folly.
- St. Martin's Eve.
- Mildred Arkell.
- Trevlyn Hold.