Nautilus eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 113 pages of information about Nautilus.

A companion edition to the handsome holiday edition of “Zenobia.”  It is an historical tale of no ordinary power, and is familiar to the present generation chiefly from the reputation of its former success, but well deserves renewed popularity.


Or Scenes in Judea.  By William Ware, author of “Zenobia,” etc.  Handsomely printed from new, large type, on laid paper, and illustrated with full-page plates reproducing historic scenes described in the narrative.  Small 8vo, cloth, gilt top, uniform with our holiday editions of “Zenobia” and “Aurelian,” each copy in a box. $2.50.

Completes the series of historical romances by the author of “Zenobia.”  The scene is laid at an earlier date than “Aurelian,” being in fact during the time of Christ’s ministrations in Judea, scenes which have since been so grandly used by Lew Wallace in “Ben Hur.”  To most of the present generation the book will possess all the charm of novelty.

Estes & Lauriat, Publishers, Boston.

Italian Cities Illustrated


The Pagan Centuries.  By John Dennie.  New holiday edition.  Illustrated with maps, plans, and twenty full-page plates, reproducing, in photogravure, photographs of the most important points of interest.  Small 8vo, vellum cloth, cover design in gold and colors, gilt tops, slip covers, in cloth case. $3.00.


The City of Columbus.  By Virginia W. Johnson, author of “The Lily of the Arno,” etc.  Handsomely printed from large type on laid paper and illustrated with twenty full-page photogravure plates from actual photographs of buildings, statues, church interiors, etc., in the City of Genoa.  Small 8vo, tastefully bound in white vellum cloth, illuminated in gold and colors, gilt top, uncut edges, with slip cover in scarlet.  Each copy in a neat cloth case. $3.00.


Or, Florence, Past and Present, by Virginia W. Johnson.  Charmingly illustrated with twenty-five full-page photogravure plates from original Photographs of points of interest in the beautiful City of Florence, “The Lily of the Arno.”  Small 8vo, handsomely bound in white vellum cloth, with cover design in gold and colors, gilt top, uncut edges, with slip covers in scarlet.  Each copy in a neat cloth case. $3.00.


And its environs.  By Clara Erskine Clement, author of “A Handbook of Legendary and Mythological Art,” “The Queen of the Adriatic,” etc.  Handsomely illustrated with twenty full-page plates in photogravure from photographs of historic scenes in and around Naples.  Small 8vo, handsomely bound in extra cloth, with handsome cover design, gilt top, slip cover, in a neat cloth case. $3.00.

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