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RICHARD BENTLEY & SON'S
LIST OF NEW WORKS.
The TWO NEW STORIES commencing in the TEMPLE BAR MAGAZINE this month are "THE
DANVERS JEWELS,' and 'RED SPIDER,' by the Author of John Herring,' • Mehalah,' &c.
From MOZART to MARIO. By Louisa
Now ready, ENGEL. Svols. crown 8vo. 318.
"DOCTOR CUPID.” By Rhoda Broughton, "No such book of musical recollections has appeared in our time." Author of Cometh up as a Flower.' To be obtained at all Book.
sellers' and Libraries. Second Edition. In 8 vols. crown 8vo. "Mr. Engel's opinions conoerning his art are sound, and are ex
"Oh, Doctor Cupid, thou for me reply."-Sir Philip Sidney. pressed with an entertaining frapkpese, and the many anecdotes novel and elderly, with which he enlivens his pages are always briskly
Now ready, told, and are often well worth telling. Mr. Engel is not above history, and ig able now and then to present us with an interesting fact.... His BALDINE, and other Stories. From the book is one to be not quoted, but read."--Saturday Review,
German of KARL EDLER. Edited by the EARL of LYTTON. ON the BOX SEAT. From London to
In 2 vols. crown 8vo. 218.
"It is doubtful whether any other translator than Lord Lytton Land's End and Back. With 16 finely engraved Full- Page Illus.
would have so well preserved the grace of the original of Edler's trations on Wood by George Pearson, from designs by the Author,
stories. The author or 'Glenaveril'is a master of style, and this has J.J. HISSEY. Demy 8vo. 168.
rarely been more apparent than in his poetical rendering of these * Mr. Hissey's enterprise consisted in driving a two-horse shay' exquisite tales."- Morning Post. from London to Land's End; such a book as On the Box Seat' bould set many people imitating its author's example. Mr. Hissey
Now ready, has arranged that the woodcuts shall illustrate little-known rather
To be obtained at all Libraries and Booksellers’, than mach-known localities. His book is, consequently, as inform. ing as it is interesting."-Globe.
BORDERLAND. A Country-Town ChroLEECH'S ETCHINGS.
nicle. By JESSIE FOTHERGILL, Author of The First Violin.'
In 3 vols. crown 8vo. The MARCHIONESS of BRINVILLIERS.
BY THE AUTHOR OF 'MDLLE. DE MERSAC."
A BACHELOR'S BLUNDER. By W. E. The ADVENTURES of Mr. LEDBURY and NORRIS, Author of • Adrian Vidal,' Thirlby Hall,' &o. In his FRIEND JACK JOHNSON. BY ALBERT SMITH. With 3 vols. crown 8vo. 21 Etchings on Steel by Jobn Leech. Royal 8vo. 218.
“ An excellent novel, which shows the author of Malle. de Mertao'
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Now ready, & certain order of book-collectors tbey will be indispensable."
St. James's Gazette.
A NEW NOVEL BY THE AUTHOR OF PATRICIA
KEMBALL,' &c. UNDER NORTHERN SKIES. By Charles
PASTON CAREW, MILLIONAIRE and W. WOOD.F.R.G.S., Author of Through Holland,' &o. In demy 870. with numerous Illustrations, 148.
MISER, By Mrs. E. LYNN LINTON, Author of Under which
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of YRANCE in the SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. By JULIA PARDOE. A New Edition. In 3 vols. demy 8vo. 428.
The BROAD ARROW. A Tale of Old
| A GIRTON GIRL. By Mrs. Annie
EDWARDES, Author of Ought we to Visit Her?' In 1 vol. The HISTORY of GREECE. From the crown 8vo. German of the late Professor MAX DUNOKER, by Dr. EVELYN ABBUTT and S. F. ALLEYNE. The Second Volume. In demy
| THIRLBY HALL. By W. E. Norris, STO. 158.
Author of 'Malle. de Mersac.' In 1 vol. crown 8vo.
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