Elizabeth Fry eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 232 pages of information about Elizabeth Fry.

+MOODS.+ A Novel.  By Louisa M. Alcott. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.50.

+BY THE TIBER.+ By the author of “Signer Monaldini’s Niece.” 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.50.

+THE HEAD OF MEDUSA.+ By the author of “Kismet” and “Mirage.” 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.50.

+BLESSED SAINT CERTAINTY.+ By the author of “His Majesty Myself.” 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.50.

+DOCTOR JACOB.+ A Novel.  By MISS M.B.  EDWARDS, 12mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.00.

+OFF THE SKELLIGS.+ By JEAN INGELOW. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.00.

+FATED TO BE FREE.+ By JEAN INGELOW. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.00.

+SARAH De BERENGER.+ By JEAN INGELOW. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.00.

+DON JOHN.+ By JEAN INGELOW. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.00.

+MARGARET.+ A Tale of the Real and the Ideal, of Blight and Bloom.  By SYLVESTER JUDD. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.50.

+THE VICAR’S DAUGHTER.+ By GEORGE MACDONALD.  With illustrations. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.50.

+MY MARRIAGE.+ A Novel. 16mo.  Cloth.  Price, $1.00.

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“There is a freshness about her Diary that is not often met with in books of this sort, and a happy regard for the minor details which give color and character to descriptions of strange life and scenery,” says the N.Y.  Tribune.

+SEVEN SPANISH CITIES, and The Way to Them.+ By E.E.  HALE. 16mo. $1.25.

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+GONE TO TEXAS; or, The Wonderful Adventures of a Pullman.+ By E.E.  HALE. 16mo. $1.00.

“There are few books of travel which combine, in a romance of true love, so many touches of the real life of many people, in glimpses of happy homes, in pictures of scenery and sunset, as the beautiful panorama unrolled before us from the windows of this Pullman car.”


“Those who have read Mr. Stevenson’s delightful ’Travels with a Donkey,’ in which he told the story of a unique trip among the mountains of Southern France, will gladly welcome this bright account of a canoe voyage through the canals of Belgium, on the Sambre, and down the Oise.  Unlike Captain Macgregor, of ‘Rob Roy’ fame, Mr. Stevenson does not make canoeing itself his main theme, but delights in charming bits of description that, in their close attention to picturesque detail, remind one of the work of a skilled ‘genre’ painter.”—­Good Literature.


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