Adèle Dubois eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 169 pages of information about Adle Dubois.

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   For Young Gentlemen.

   MARK ROWLAND.  A Romance of the Sea.  By HAUSER
   MARTINGALE. 1.50

   THE BOYS AT CHEQUASSET.  By the Author of ’Faith
   Gartney’s Girlhood.’ 1.25

   FRANK’S CAMPAIGN.  By HORATIO ALGER, jr. 1.25

   PAUL PRESCOTT’S CHARGE. " " 1.25

   CHARLIE CODMAN’S CRUISE. " " 1.25

   RAGGED DICK:  A Story of New York Boot Blacks and
   News Boys. 1.25

   TIMOTHY CRUMP’S WARD—­and What Came of It. 1.00

   THE LITTLE GENTLEMAN IN GREEN:  A Fairy Story
   for Boys and Girls 75

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   Mrs. Warren’s Popular Home Manuals.

   HOW I MANAGED MY HOUSE ON L200 A YEAR. 60

   COMFORT FOR SMALL INCOMES. 50

   HOW I MANAGED MY CHILDREN from Infancy to Marriage. 50

   HOW TO FURNISH A HOUSE WITH SMALL MEANS. 50

Loring’s New Books.

   A Week in a French Country House. Cls 25
   By Mrs. Adelaide (Kemble,) Sartoris.

   Leslie Tyrrell.  By Georgiana M. Craik 30

   The American Colony in Paris, 1867; What they do—­how they
   appear to a Frenchman 10

   No Throughfare:  An Amusing Burlesque of Charles Dickens’s
   Christmas Story.  By Bellamy Brownjohn 10

   Miss Thackeray’s exquisite “Fairy Stories for Grown Folks”. 80

   Louisa M. Alcott’s Proverb Stories,—­("great favorites",) 25

   Was it a Ghost? The Murders in Bussey’s Wood 75
   (An extraordinary Narrative.)

   Rugged Dick:  or, Street Life in New York with the
                Boot-Black 1.25

   Florence Marryat’s New Novel.  “Nellie Brooke”, 75

   Lucy:  or, Married from Pique.  A story of real life.  From
   the German 30

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   NEARLY READY: 

   Medusa and other Stories.  By the author of “A Week in a
   French Country House”.

   Kate Field’s Pen Photographs of Charles Dickens’s Readings,
   revised and greatly enlarged by several amusing chapters.

   Doctor Leo—­Baron von Oberg:  A story of Love Unspoken. 
   From the German.

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