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YOUNG PEOPLE. Translated from the latest French Edition, by Mrs. L. BURKE. Illustrated by Campbell. THE HE BOY'S OWN STORY BOOK. With numerous
Illustrations by Wm. Harvey. HANS ANS ANDERSEN’S FAIRY TALES AND LE
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by Sea and Land. With Eight Illustrations. ROLANDO'S TRAVELS; Or, A Tour Round the
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Exhibited in the Early Lives of Distinguished Men. By Rev. T. A. BUCKLEY, M.A., F.S.A. With Eight Illustrations, from Designs by Godwin.
CELEBRATED CHILDREN of all Ages and Nations,
By M. Masson.
Contents of the Volume :-
Children celebrated for their
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ANGLING: HOW TO ANGLE AND WHERE
TO GO. By ROBERT BLAKEY. With numerous Illustrations.
“ Onc of the best books ever published on the subject, containing more practical information than dozens of its pretentious rivals. We can only say as an angler to anglers, that if they do not provide themselves with this shilling volume, they deserve never to catch a roach above two ounces in weight.”- The Field.
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SHOOTING; A MANUAL OF PRACTICAL INFORMATION ON
THIS BRANCH OF BRITISH FIELD SPORTS. By ROBERT BLAKEY, Author of “ Angling : How to
Angle, and Where to Go," &c. &c.
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FOREST LIFE: A FISHERMAN'S SKETCHES OF NORWAY
AND SWEDEN. By the Rev. HENRY NEWLAND, author of "The Erne
and its Legends and its Fly-fishing." With Eight large Illustrations. Post 8vo, cloth, emblema
tically gilt. “ The author's motive in the above work is to convey as much real infor. mation on the sabjects treated on as he could compass: his descriptious are, therefore, real descriptions, his anecdotes real anecdotes. The incidents of the story did actually happen. His instructions in the art of fly.fishing, and the hydrography of the river, are the results of his own experience, and the fairy legends are his own collections.”—Extract from Preface.
BY THE AUTHOR OF “MARVELS OF SCIENCE."
THE GREAT HIGHWAY:
A STORY OF THE WORLD'S STRUGGLES.
By S. W. FULLOM, author of the “ Marvels of Science.” With Illustrations by LEECH, and Portrait of the Author.
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NEW WORK ON THE DOG, BY EDWARD MAYHEW.
sideration of his natural temperament. Illustrated by numerous Woodcuts, by HARRISON WEIR, depicting the character and position of the Dog when suffering disease.
By EDWARD MAYHEW, Author of “ The Horse's Mouth, showing the Age by the
Teeth;” Editor of " Blain's Veterinary Art." “The above work is the result of several years' study: it was written with the hope of inducing the gentlemen of the author's profession to study more carefully the Pathology of the Dog; and it being a thorctighly practical work, it cannot but be of the greatest use and value to all iho iake an interest in the management of this most valuable and useful animal."