Halil the Pedlar eBook

Mór Jókai
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 221 pages of information about Halil the Pedlar.

     “Full of fire and musical passion.”—­Literary World.

Over One Hundred Thousand Copies Sold in America.

The Golden Dog (LE CHIEN D’OR). (Third Edition.)

A Romance of the days of Louis Quinze in Quebec.  By William Kirby, F.R.S.C. 6/=

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Memory Street.

By MARTHA BAKER DUNN, Author of “Sleeping Beauty,” “Lias’
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God’s Rebel.

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The Man Who Forgot. (Second Edition.)

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The Poor Plutocrats. (AS WE GROW OLD.) (Fourth Edition.)

By MAURUS JOKAI.  Translated by R. Nisbet Bain.  With a fine Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.

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The Day of Wrath. (Fifth Edition.)

By MAURUS JOKAI.  Translated from the Hungarian by R. Nisbet Bain.  With a Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.

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