CHARLES XII. King of Sweden. By M. DEVOLTAIRE.
DICKENS, CHARLES. By PHEBE A. HANAFORD.
FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN: His Struggles and Triumphs. By REV. JEREMIAH CHAPLIN.
GREELEY, HORACE: His Life and Editorial Success.
By WILLIAM L. CORNELL, D.D.
GARFIELD, JAMES A. By E.E. BROWN. Steel portrait and illustrations.
HEROES OF AFRICAN DISCOVERY. By REV. GEORGE T. DAY.
LONGFELLOW, HENRY W. By W. SLOANE KENNEDY.
LAWRENCE, AMOS: Extracts from his Diary and Correspondence.
By his son, WILLIAM R. LAWRENCE, M.D.
LINCOLN, ABRAHAM: His Life and Public Services. By PHEBE A. HANAFORD.
LIVINGSTONE, DAVID (Life and Explorations of). By JOHN S. ROBERTS.
NELSON, LORD. By ROBERT SOUTHEY.
PUTNAM, ISRAEL: Major-general in the Continental Army. By I.N. TARBOX.
PEABODY, GEORGE: His Life and Princely Benevolence. By PHEBE A. HANAFORD.
SUMNER, CHARLES. By J. and J.D. CHAPLIN.
With introduction by HON. WILLIAM CLAFLIN.
TAYLOR, BAYARD: His Life, Travels and Literary Career.
By COL. RUSSELL H. CONWELL.
WHITTIER, JOHN G. By W. SLOANE KENNEDY.
WEBSTER, DANIEL: His Life and Character. By Joseph BANVARD, D.D.
WILSON, HENRY: His Life and public Services. By REV. ELIAS NASON.
[Illustration: Verse inside the illustration:
Said Tom, “I’ve little time
For luxuries like these;
But get your lantern, Pussy Grey,
And hurry about it, please,
For I’ve found a door ajar,
And I think our chances are
Good for a bit of cheese.”
“Ah, Tom,” cried Pussy Grey,
“I fear you’re a wicked one!
But wait, I’ll light my lantern quick
And put my ulster on!”
The twirl of a furry paw
Was all the firelight saw,
And the thieving friends were gone.
Not the noise of one footfall
Was made by their twice four,
As they sped along in silent stealth
And reached the dairy door.
It was open the merest crack,
And they pushed the hinges back,
And crept along the floor.
From AEsop’s Fables, Versified.]
By MRS. CLARA DOTY BATES, versifier of “Classics of Babyland,” and “Child Lore.” 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. The illustrations for this volume have never been surpassed in novelty, grace and vigor. Cloth, $3.00.
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