Right to the Point.
From the writings of Theodore L. Cuyler, D.D. Selected by MARY STORRS HAYNES, with an introduction by REV. NEWMAN HALL, LL.B. Sixth volume of the Spare Minute Series, 12mo, $1.00.
Seven Words from the Cross.
By REV. WM. H. ADAMS. 12mo, $1.00.
Still Hour; OR, COMMUNION WITH GOD.
By PROF. AUSTIN PHELPS, D.D. New edition,
cloth extra, 60 cents. Dark
Leatherette binding, gilt edges, $1.00. Seal grain leather, $1.50.
With fac-simile illustrations of the various New Testament
By REV. GEORGE E. MERRILL, 12mo, cloth, $1.00.
Life of Oliver Wendell Holmes.
By E.E. BROWN, author of “Life of Washington,” “Life of Garfield,” etc. Aside from the interest attached to the name of the subject it is a biography of unusual merit. It has also the approval of Doctor Holmes, who has furnished the author with much valuable material. 12mo, $1.50.
Life Of Charles XII. KING OF SWEDEN.
By M. DEVOLTAIRE. With portrait. 12mo, extra cloth, $1.50.
Life of Nelson.
By ROBERT SOUTHEY. With illustrations by Birket Foster. Clear and concise; a manual for the young sailor, this book will interest all who admire the great naval hero. $1.50.
Life of Paul.
By D.H. TAYLOR. A most readable as well as accurate presentation of the life of the illustrious Apostle. 12mo, cloth, illustrated, $1.50.
Life of Queen Victoria.
By GRACE GREENWOOD. The author says n her preface, “I have long felt that the wonderful story of the life of the Queen of England—of her example as a daughter, wife and mother, and as the honored head of English society—could but have, if told simply, yet sympathetically, a happy and ennobling influence on the hearts and minds of my young country women.” That she has fulfilled her task in the most graceful and fascinating manner all will admit who read the pages of this delightfully interesting life. 12 me, cloth, illustrated, $1.50.
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A Book about Baby, AND OTHER POEMS IN COMPANY WITH CHILDREN.
By MRS. S.M.B. PIATT. Mrs. Piatt is acknowledged the poet of Motherhood and Childhood, and the sweetest and happiest of her verses lies between these two dainty covers. Small Quarto, illustrated, $1.00.
By MRS. S.R. GRAHAM CLARK. A story of great interest, and characterized by marked freshness and originality. _\12mo, cloth_, $1.50.
AEsop’s Fables Versified.
By MRS. CLARA DOTY BATES, author of “Classics of Babyland,” “Child Lore,” etc. With seventy-two full-page illustrations by Garrett, Lungren, Sweeney, Barnes, and Hassam. Mrs. Bates has here done for the Immortal old Fables the same fortunate service which some years ago she did for the old nursery tales, knowing that graceful rhyme and jingle are great aids both to memory and imagination. The illustrations for this handsome volume have never been surpassed in grace and vigor. $3.00.