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Mór Jókai
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 181 pages of information about Halil the Pedlar.

     “It is wildly exciting—­having once begun you cannot stop, but must
     go hurtling on to the end.  The descriptive passages are remarkably
     vivid and lucid.”—­Black and White.

Dr. Dumany’s Wife. (Fourth Edition.)

By MAURUS JOKAI.  Translated by F. Steinitz (under the author’s personal supervision).  With specially engraved Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.

     “With kaleidoscopic rapidity, scene after scene passes before us. 
     The novel shows us in a high degree the craft of the
     story-teller.”—­Literature.

The Nameless Castle. (Fifth Edition.)

By MAURUS JOKAI.  Translated by S. E. Boggs (under the author’s personal supervision).  With a Photogravure Portrait of Dr. Jokai.

     “Told with infinite delicacy and charm, an enthralling
     romance.”—­The Bookman.

Debts of Honor. (Fourth Edition.)

By MAURUS JOKAI.  Translated by A. B. Yolland.  With a charming Photogravure Portrait of Dr. and Madame Jokai.

     “Full of life and incident.  Jokai’s inimitable pen, vivid, fiery,
     humorous, never fails to stir and attract.”—­Daily Telegraph.

’Midst the Wild Carpathians. (Fourth Edition.)

By MAURUS JOKAI.  Translated by R. Nisbet Bain.  With a specially engraved Portrait of Dr. Jokai.

     “Will enthral all English lovers of romance.”—­Saturday Review.

     “It is powerful, it is vigorous, and, what is more than all, it is
     fresh.”—­The Sun.

Cherry Ripe. (35th Thousand.)

By HELEN MATHERS, Author of “Comin’ thro’ the Rye.” 3/6

     “It has humour, it has poetry, it has dramatic force....  Must take
     rank amongst our stronger and more original fiction.”—­Newcastle
     Daily Leader.

NEW UNIFORM EDITION BY HELEN MATHERS.

Crown 8vo, cloth gilt, 3/6 each.

The Story of a Sin. (Seventh Edition.)

Eyre’s Acquittal. (SEQUEL TO THE ABOVE.) (Fifth Edition.)

Jock o’ Hazelgreen. (Fifth Edition.)

My Lady Green Sleeves. (Seventh Edition.)

Found Out. (103rd Thousand.)

The Lovely Malincourt. (Sixth Edition.)

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Miss Providence. (Fourth Edition.)

By MISS DOROTHEA GERARD. 3/6

     “A story to be read with genuine pleasure.”—­Weekly Sun.

The Winds of March. (Second Edition.)

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