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Arthur Griffith
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 171 pages of information about The Passenger from Calais.

Captain Ravenshaw

OR, THE MAID OF CHEAPSIDE. (52d thousand.) A romance of Elizabethan London.  Illustrations by Howard Pyle and other artists.

Not since the absorbing adventures of D’Artagnan have we had anything so good in the blended vein of romance and comedy.

The Continental Dragoon

A ROMANCE OF PHILIPSE MANOR HOUSE IN 1778. (53d thousand.) Illustrated by H.C.  Edwards.

A stirring romance of the Revolution, with its scene laid on neutral territory.

Philip Winwood (70th thousand.)

A Sketch of the Domestic History of an American Captain in the War of Independence, embracing events that occurred between and during the years 1763 and 1785 in New York and London.  Illustrated by E.W.D.  Hamilton.

An Enemy to the King (70th thousand.)

From the “Recently Discovered Memoirs of the Sieur de la Tournoire.”  Illustrated by H. De M. Young.

An historical romance of the sixteenth century, describing the adventures of a young French nobleman at the court of Henry III., and on the field with Henry IV.

The Road to Paris

A STORY OF ADVENTURE. (35th thousand.)
Illustrated by H.C.  Edwards.

An historical romance of the eighteenth century, being an account of the life of an American gentleman adventurer of Jacobite ancestry.

A Gentleman Player

HIS ADVENTURES ON A SECRET MISSION FOR QUEEN ELIZABETH. (48th thousand.) Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill.

The story of a young gentleman who joins Shakespeare’s company of players, and becomes a friend and protege of the great poet.

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WORKS OF CHARLES G.D.  ROBERTS

Red Fox

THE STORY OF HIS ADVENTUROUS CAREER IN THE RINGWAAK WILDS, AND OF HIS FINAL TRIUMPH OVER THE ENEMIES OF HIS KIND.  With fifty illustrations, including frontispiece in color and cover design by Charles Livingston Bull.

Square quarto, cloth decorative $2.00

“Infinitely more wholesome reading than the average tale of sport, since it gives a glimpse of the hunt from the point of view of the hunted.”—­Boston Transcript.

“True in substance but fascinating as fiction.  It will interest old and young, city-bound and free-footed, those who know animals and those who do not.”—­Chicago Record-Herald.

“A brilliant chapter in natural history.”—­Philadelphia North American.

The Kindred of the Wild

A BOOK OF ANIMAL LIFE.  With fifty-one full-page plates and many decorations from drawings by Charles Livingston Bull.

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