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4368 Coit, John Owen–The religion of manhood. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
G. P. Putnam's Sons 4369 Coleman, John-The white ladye of Rosemount : novel. New and cheaper edition. 448 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, paper, ls.
HUTCHINSON 4370 Coleman, T. E.-Sanitary house drainage : its principles and practice. 186 + 20 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
E. & F. N. SPON 4371 Collingwood, Harry, Pseud. (W. Y. C. Lancaster)—Jack Beresford's yarn; an ocean romance. 384 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
S.P.C.K. 4372* Collins, Annie-Something new; a dream story for little children. With four illustrations by E. Capper. 62 pp. Roy. 16mo, 1896, cloth, ls. net.
GEORGE REDWAY 4373* Combe, Andrew—The management of infancy; physiological and moral.
Abridged and edited by Sir Arthur Mitchell. 16 + 140 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls.
OLIPHANT, ANDERSON & FERRIER This work was first published in 1840. Editions published after the author's death previous to this one, were edited by Sir James Clark. The present volume is
an abridgment of the 10th edition. 4374 Cooke, Francis E.-The children's study: England. 253 pp. (Children's
study, vol. 3.) Long 8vo, 1896, Imp. cloth, 2s. 6d. FISHER UNWIN 4375* Co-operative Congress, Report of the first international. Held in the
Hall of the Society of Arts, on the 19th, 20th, 22nd, and 23rd August, 1895.
P. S. KING 4376 Cordoba-Resultados del observatorio nacional Argentino en Cordoba
durante la direccion del Dr. B. A. Gould. Revisados y publicados por el director Juan M. Thoue. Vol. XV. 336 pp. 4to, 1896, paper, £1 5s. net. Buenos Aires.
W. WESLEY 4377 Corelli, Marie--The mighty atom: novel. 13th edition. 352 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
HUTCHINSON 4378 Cottage hospital case book; or, register of patients. No. 1. 24 pp. 101 x
84 in. 1896, cloth, 10s. No. 2. 48 pp. 12s. 6d. SCIENTIFIC Press 4379 Coutts, F. B. Money-Poems. 95 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d. net.
John LANE 4380 Cowan, Prof. Henry-The influence of the Scottish church in
christendom. 294 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d. A. & C. BLACK 4381 Cowles, James Lewis-A general freight and passenger post. 13 +
G. P. Putnam's Sons 4382 Crackanthorpe, Hubert-Vignettes: a miniature journal of whim and
sentiment. 63 pp. Fcp. 8vo, 1896, boards, 2s. 6d. net. John LANE 4383 Craig, Annie-Our cousin Noel. 94 pp. Illus. 61 x 41 in., 1896, cloth, 9d.
WESLEYAN METHODIST S.S. UNION 4384 Craigie, William A.-Scandinavian folk-lore. 554 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 78. 6d.
A. GARDNER 4385 Craik, Mrs. (Dinah Maria Muloch)-John Halifax, gentleman. Illustrated by Hugh Riviere. 517 pp. Illus. La. cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
Hurst & BLACKETT 4386 Craik, Mrs. (Dinah Maria Muloch)-The unkind word, and other stories
New edition. 303 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. ud. Hurst & BLACKETT 4387 Crallan, F. A.-Details of Gothic wood carving, being a series of
drawings from original work of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries. With 34 photo-lithographic plates and descriptive text. 4to, 18:36, cloth porifolio, 28.
4382 Cracks pp. Cr. &co, iso A general freich
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4388* Crane, Stephen-The black riders, and other lines. 6 + 76 pp. Roy. 16mo, 1896, roan, 3s. net.
HEINEMANN A volume of poems in Mr. Crane's peculiar style. 4389 Crane, Walter–The absurd ABC: a child's coloured picture book. 8 pp. 4to, 1896, paper, 9d. net.
John LANE 4390 Crane, Walter-Mother Hubbard : a child's coloured picture book. 8 pp. 4to, 1896, paper, 9d. net.
John LANE 4391 Crane, Walter—Mother Hubbard's picture book. Printed in colours by
Edmund Evans, containing Mother Hubbard, The absurd A B C, and
JOHN LANE 4392 Crane, Walter–The three bears: a child's coloured picture book. 8 pp. 4to, 1896, paper, 9d. net,
Joan LANE 4393* Cromarty, Deas-When hearts are young. An idyll. Illus. 256 pp. Cr. Svo, 1896, white linen, 2s. 6d.
JAMES BOWDEN 4394 Cromie, Robert-The next crusade. 2nd edition. 248 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
HUTCHINSON 4395 Crommelin, May-Half round the world for a husband : a comedy of errors. 344 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
Fisher UNWIN 4396 Croslegh, Rev. Charles-The Bible in the light of to-day. 526 pp. Post 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
S.P.C.K. 4397 Cross, Constance-Kate Rayburn. 158 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth,
GARDNER, DARTON & Co. 4398* Cuellar, Captain-A letter written on October 4, 1589, by Captain Cuellar,
of the Spanish Armada, to his Majesty King Philip II., recounting his misadventures in Ireland and elsewhere after the wreck of his ship. Translated from the original Spanish by H. D. Sedgwick, jr. (Spanish Armada tracts, No. 1.) 10 + 110 pp. 12mo, 1896, boards, ts. 6d. net.
ELKIN MATHEW This letter is reprinted from a volume entitled “La Armada Invencible," which was published in Madrid in 1885 by Captain C. F. Duro. This volume is a compilation of various documents. In Froude's work on the Armada Captain Cuellar's
letter is given in an abridged form. It is now given in its entirety in English. 4399* Cunningham, Dr. W.-True womanhood. 64 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, boards, ls.
SONNENSCHEIN A series of addresses delivered during Lent, 1896, at St. Andrew's Church, Wells Street, and now reprinted from the Scottish Guardian.
4400 Dahle, Bishop Lars Nielsen-Life after death and the future of the kingdom of God. 455 pp. Dy. 8vo, cloth, 10s. 6d.
T. & T. CLARK (Edinburgh) 4401 Dale, Darley-Stella's story: a Venetian tale. Illustrated by Paul Woodroffe. 256 pp. Imp. 16mo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
J. S. VIRTUE 4402 Darrell, Gratiana -The haunted looking-glass. 104 pp. Cr. Svo, 1896, cloth, ls. 6d.
DIGBY, LONG 4403 Daudet, Alphonse- Jack. Translated by Laura Ensor. 2 vols. Vol. I. 368 pp. 'Vol. II. 342 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d, net.
J. M. Dent 4404 Davidson, John-New ballads. 110 pp. Fcap. 8vo, 1896, buckram, 48. 6d. net.
JOHN LANE 4405 Dawbarn, C. Y. C.-The principles of wealth distribution. 196 pp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 28. net; paper ls. net.
SIMPKIN 4406 De Amicis, Edmondo-Constantinople. Stamboul edition. 5 + 326 pp. Illus. Svo, 1896, cloth, 78. 6d.
G. P. Putnam's Sons * These books can be inspected by the public, free, at the Publishers' Permanent Book Exchibition, 10, Bloomsbury Street, London, W.C.
4407 De Bourg, The Princess—The American heiress. 366 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
DIGBY, LONG 4408 De Pressense, Francis.-Cardinal Manning : from the French by E. Ingall. 4+220 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 5s.
HEINEMANN 4409 De Quincey, Thomas-Works. Edited by Professor Masson. 14 volumes.
Vol. II. Autobiography continued, with literary and lake reminiscences.
A. & C. BLACK 4410 Dean, Maud, compiler-Children's recitations. (Books for elocutionists.) 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls.
DEAN 4411 Debrett's baronetage, knightage, and companionage. Library edition. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 16s.
DEAN 4412 Debrett's peerage. Library edition. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 16s.
DEAN 4413 Debrett's peerage, baronetage, knightage and companionage. Royal edition.) 8vo, 1896, cloth, 31s. 6d.
DEAN 4414 Deccan, Hillary_Where billows break. 143 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls. 6d.
DIGBY, LONG 4415 Dennie, John-Rome of to-day and yesterday : the pagan city. 3rd
edition. 12+392 pp. Illus, 8vo, 1896, cloth, 21s. net. G. P. Putnam's Sons 4416 Derry, E.-Sophonisba ; or, the prisoner of Alba and other poems. Cr. 8vo. 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d. net.
Digby, LONG 4417 Dickens, Charles-The life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit.
522+7 pp. Frontispiece. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls. CHAPMAN & HALL 4418 Dickens, Charles-The posthumous papers of the Pickwick club.
497 + 10 pp. Frontispiece. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, ls. CHAPMAN & HALL 4419 Diehl, Mrs. Alice M.-A woman's cross. 358 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
Digby, LONG 4420* Ditchfield, P. H.-Old English customs extant at the present time. 16+344 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
GEORGE REDWAY An account of local observances, festival customs, and ancient ceremonies yet
surviving in Great Britain. 4421* Dodd, Anna Bowman-On the broads. Illustrated by Joseph Pennell.
12+332 pp. Sq. la. cr. 8vo, 1896, white linen extra, 10s. 6d. MACMILLAN
Although primarily a work descriptive of the scenery of the East Anglian Broads, Miss Dodd's book is written in the form of a parrative, in which the various people who went on their fortnight's holiday, play their parts and are introduced to us, somewhat after the manner of Mr. Black's stories. "Mr. Pennell contributes thirty
full-page drawings. 4422 Doncaster, P.-Faithful unto death. The story of the missionary life in
Madagascar of William and Lucy S. Johnson. 350 pp. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
HEADLEY Bros. 4423 Donne, Alicia – Peeps into bird - life, with a prelude by the Bishop of Wakefield. 110 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. net.
SIMPKIN 4424 Dorland, W. A. N.-A manual of obstetrics. With 163 illustrations in the text, and 6 full page plates. 760 pp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 12s. net.
HIRSCHFELD 4425 Douglas, Theodore—Iras : a mystery. 281+4 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6á.
W. BLACKWOOD 4426 Dowden, Edward-Transcripts and studies. 2nd edition. 525 pp. La. post 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
KEGAN PAUL 4427 Dowding, M. K.-Old Wiltshire market towns and villages. Illustrated by M. E. Sargent. 8+92 pp. Fcp. 4to, 1896, boards, 58 net.
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4428 Dowen, Rev. Z. T.-The ideal church. 32 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, paper, 6d.
H. R. ALLENSON 4429 Dowie, Menie Muriel (Mrs. Henry Norman)—Some whims of fate. 220 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d. net.
John LANE 4430* Doyle, A. Conan-Rodney Stone. With eight illustrations. 8 + 366 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
Smith, ELDER 4431 Dreyfus, Imra-Lectures on French literature, delivered in Melbourne. 10 + 471 pp. Portrait. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 128. 6d.
LONGMANS 4432 Drummond, Prof., and others.-For each new day; being daily portions
from eminent preachers. Sm. cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d. J. NISBET 4433 Du Bois, Dr. W. E. Burghardt-Harvard historical studies. Published
under the direction of the department of history and government from the income of the Henry Warren Torrey fund. Vol. I. The suppression of the African slave trade to the United States of America, 1638-1870. 11 + 335 pp. (Harvard historical studies, Vol. I.) 8vo, 1896, cloth, 78. 6d.
LONGMANS 4434 Duckworth, Sir Dyce-The sequels of disease: being the Lumleian
lectures delivered in the Royal College of Physicians, 1896. Together with observations on the prognosis of disease. 10 + 227 pp. 870, 1896, cloth, 10s. 6d.
LONGMANS 4435 Dumas, Alexandre-Ten years later. 640 pp. Illus. Dy. 8vo, cloth, 2s.; paper, ls.; 2 vols., paper, 6d. each.
ROUTLEDGE 4436 Dumas, Alexandre—The Vicomte de Bragelonne. 2 vols. 640 pp.
(Caxton novels.) Dy. 8vo, 1896, paper, 6d. each; one volume, paper, Is.; cloth, 2s.
ROUTLEDGE 4437 Dunboyne, Lady-A thankful heart. 160 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, Is. 6d.
S.P.C.K. 4438 Dunckley, Henry, and others—Richard Cobden and the jubilee of free trade: introduction by R. Gowing. 246 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
FISHER UNWIN 4439* Dutt, William A.-George Borrow in East Anglia. 80 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, wrapper, ls.
D. Nutt Seven chapters on the early life of Borrow in Norfolk and Suffolk. 4440 Dyer, Caroline and Alice: poems. 63 pp. Fcp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d. net.
4441* Earle, Alice M.-Colonial days in old New York. 8 + 312 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 4s. Det.
D. NUTT Sketches of New York life during the days of the Dutch settlers, when the district
was still called the New Netherlands. 4442 Easton, H. T.-Banks and banking. 8 + 200 pp. Dy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
EFFINGHAM WILSON 4443 Edwards, James—The hemiptera homoptera of the British island s. 256 pp. 30 plates. Sup. roy. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 43s.net; 2 plates, cloth, 1 28.
L. REEVE 4444 Ellis, Edward S.-The phantom of the river: a sequel to “ Shod with
silence,” 356 pp. Illus. (Boone and Kenton series.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s. 6d.
CASSELL 4445 Ellis, Edward S.-Shod with silence : a tale of the frontier. 368 pp.
Illus. (Boone and Kenton series.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 28. 6d. CASSELL.. 4446 Emmott, Elizabeth B.-Loving service: memoir of Martha Braithwa ite. 350 pp. Portrait. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 6d.
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· 4447 Emtage, W.T.A.-Light. 6 + 352 pp. Illus. (Advanced science manuals.) Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s.
LONGMANS . 4448* English historical plays by Shakespeare, Marlowe, Peele, Heywood,
Fletcher, and Ford. Arranged for acting as well as for reading, by
MACMILLAN The text of the plays as here given is not a mere copy of that used in the ordinary editions, but constitutes a resetting in what the editor thinks to be the simplest and
most effective form for the purposes of readings and dramatic performances. 4449 Ewing, Juliana Horatia-Works. Vol. XVII. Miscellanea, including The 4450 mystery of the bloody hand, etc. 306 pp. Vol. XVIII. Juliana
Horatia Ewing and her books, with a selection from Mrs. Ewing's letters. 304 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, half cloth, 2s. 6d. each.
S.P.C.K. 4451 Ewing, Juliana Horatia-Complete works. Uniform library edition. 18 vols. in case. Cr. 8vo, 48s.
4452 Fallen Angels: a disquisition upon human existence, an attempt to elucidate
some mysteries, especially those of evil and suffering. By one of them.
Popular edition. 20 + 240 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 23. 60. Gay & Bird 4453 Farjeon, B. L.-The betrayal of John Fordham. 2nd edition. 368 pp. Cr. 8vo. cloth, 6s.
HUTCHINSON 4454 Farman, D.-Auto-cars. Translated from the French by L. Serraillier. 250 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, 5s.
WHITTAKER 4455 Farmer, F. Lethbridge.-The temptation of Ernest Ellerby. 320 pp.
Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 3s. 4456 Farmer, John, ed.-Scarlet and blue; or, songs for soldiers and sailors. 208 pp. Ex. cr. 4to. 1896, cloth. 5s.
CASSELL 4457* Farnell, Ida-The lives of the troubadours. 12 + 288 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 6s. net.
D. NUTT Translated from the mediæval Provençal, with introductory matter and notes,
and with specimens of their poetry rendered into English. 4458 Farrar, Revs. F. W. and others-Lectures on ecclesiastical history. Edited
by the Dean of Norwich. Ex. cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 75. 6d. J. NISBET 4459 Farrar, Rev. F. W.- The young man master of himself. Long fcap. 8vo, 1896, paper, ls.; cloth, ls. 6d.
J. NISBET 4460 Farrow, G. E.-The king's gardens : allegory for children. Illustrated by A. L. Bowley. 48 pp. Fcp. 8vo, 1896, leather paper 2s.
HUTCHINSON 4461 Farrow, G. E.-The missing prince. Illustrated by Harry and Dorothy Furniss. 220 pp. Fcp. 4to, 1896, cloth, 5s.
HUTCHINSON 4462* Fenn, George Manville—In honour's cause : a tale of the days of George the First. Illustrations by L. Speed. 416 pp. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 5s.
S. W. PARTRIDGE 4463 Fenn, George Manville-Jack at sea; or, all work and no play made him a dull boy. 576 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 58.
S.P.C.K. 4464 Fenn, George Manville-Smith's weakness: the simple tale of an uphill fight : story. 224 pp. Illus. Cr. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s.
S.P.C.K. 4465 Ferry, Jeanie—Maggie's life work. 180 pp. Illus. Fcp. 8vo, 1896, cloth, 2s., cloth gilt, 2s. 6d.
WESLEYAN METHODIST S.S. UNION 4466 Fine wheat from many fields : a book of bright illustrations and pithy
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