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PRICE TWO SHILLINGS PER VOLUME. Under this title, WARD, LOCK, and TYLER will issue from time to time Popular Works of Fiction by well-known Authors. Each Volume is clearly printed on good paper, and strongly bound in Boards, with Linen Back.

1. The Morals of May-Fair. By the

Author of "Creeds."

2. The Cruise of the Daring: a Sea

Tale. By Captain Armstrong.

3. The Sailor Hero; or, the Frigate

and the Lugger. By Captain Armstrong.

4. Margaret Catchpole, the Suffolk

Girl. By the Rev. R. Cobbold. 6. John Steggall, the Suffolk Gipsy. By the Author of "Margaret Catchpole," who has been a Gipsy, a Sailor, a Soldier, and now a Clergyman.

6. Stuart of Dunleath. By the Hon.

Mrs. Norton, Author of "Lost and Saved."

7. Wild Oats. By Sir Lascelles

Wraxall, Bart.

8. The Jilt. By Author of " History

of a Flirt."

9. The French Detective Officer's

Adventures. By " Waters."

10. The Attractive Man. By Mrs.

Trollope, Author of " Love and
Jealousy," &c.

11. Marian; or, the Fortunes and Ad

ventures of a Poor Girl. By Mrs. S. C. Hall.

12. The Opera Singer's Wife. By

Mrs. Grey.

13. Emilia Wyndham. Mrs. Marsh.

14. Life of a Beauty. By Author of




The Best Cheap Series of Popular Books published, or which more
than 400,000 have been sold.

Beatrice; or, the Unknown Relatives. By Miss Sinclair.

Modern Society; or, the March of Intellect. By Miss Sinclair.

Uncle Tom's Cabin. Illustrated. By Mrs. Stowe.

How Could he Help It? By the Author of "I've been Thinking."

To Love and to be Loved. By the Author of "I've been Thinking."

The Star and the Cloud; or, a Daughter's Love. By the Author of "I've been Thinking."

I've been Thinking; or, the Secret of Success. By A. S. Roe. Revised and Edited by Rev. C. B. Tayler, M.A.

Lamplighter. By Miss Cummins.

Modern Flirtations. By Miss Sinclair. : The Monk. By Mrs. Sherwood.

15. He would Be a Gentleman. By

Author of " Handy Andy."

16. Father Darcy. By Mrs. Marsh,

Author of " Emilia Wyndham."

17. Marrying Man. Author of " Jilt."

18. My Pretty Cousin. By Author of

"Jilt." 19i Lady Evelyn. By Author of "Emilia Wyndham."

20. Mary Rook. By Percy B. St. John.

21. Love and Jealousy. Mrs. Trollope.

22. Peep of Day. By Banim.

23. Mordaunt Hall. By Author of

"Emilia Wyndham,"

24. Confessions of a Pretty Woman.

25. Young Husband. By Mrs. Grey.

26. Breach of Promise. By Author of


27. History of a Flirt. By Author of


28. Amy Moss. By Percy B.St. John.

29. Poe's Tales of Mystery and Ima


30. Jack Brag. By Theodore Hook.

31. Time the Avenger. Mrs. Marsh.

32. The Daughters. By Mrs. Grey.

33. Irish Stories and Legends. By

Samuel Lover.

34. Disgrace to the Family. Jerrold.

35. Twelve Months of Matrimony.

By Emile Carlen.

36. Gambler's Wife. By Mrs. Carey.

37. Bride Elect. By Author of " Jilt."

38. Picnic Papers. Charles Dickens.

The Wide, Wide World. By Miss Wetherell, Author of "The Old Helmet," "Queechy," &c.

Alone. By Marion Harland.

Mary Ann Wellington. By R. Cobbold.

Ida May.

Mysterious Marriage. By E. Graham.

Nellie of Truro. By the Author of "Es telle."

The Nun. By Mrs. Sherwood.

Holiday House. By Catherine Sinclair.

True to the Last. A new and interesting Work. By the Author of "I've been Thinking."

Mary Bunyan; or, the Dreamer's Blind Daughter. By S. Rochester Ford.

London: WARD, LOCK, and TYLER, 158, Fleet Street.


Suitable for Presents and School Prizes, and especially adapted

for Young People.

Each Volume beautifully Illustrated, well printed, efficiently edited, and

handsomely bound in extra cloth, gilt sides, back, and edges.

1. The Wonders of tho World, in

Earth, Sea, and Sky, as related to his Young Friends. By Uncle John.

2. Fifty Celebrated Men: their Lives

and Trials, and the Deeds that made them Famous. Illustrated with numerous Engravings on Wood. 3.' Fifty Celebrated Women: their virtues and Failings, and the Lessons of their Lives. Illustrated with numerous Wood Engravings.

4. The Life and Surprising Adven

tures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner. By Daniel Defoe. With a Biographical Sketch of the Author. Embellished with a great number of Engravings on Wood.

5. The History of Sandford and Mer

ton. By Thomas Day. Illustrated with 100 Engravings by the Brothers Dalziel.

6. A Boy's Life Aboard Ship, as it is

Told by Himself. Full of Adventure and Daring Deeds.

7. Life in a Whaler; or. Perils and

Adventures in the Tropical Seas.
By Sailor Charley.

8. Great Inventors: the Sources of

their Usefulness, and the Results of their Efforts. Embellished with numerous Engravings.

9. Household Stories. Collected by

the Brothers Grimm; to which is added "The Caravan:" an Eastern Tale. By William Hauff. Profusely Illustrated with Wood Engravings from Designs by Eminent Artists.

10. The Marvels of Nature; or, Out

lines of Creation. By Klislm Noyce. With 400 Engravings by the Brothers Dalziel.

11. Evenings at Home; or, tho Juve

nile Budget Opened. Consisting of a variety of Miscellaneous Pieces for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. By Dr. Aikin and "Mrs. Barbauld.

12. The Boy's Book of Industrial In

formation. By Elisha Noyce. With 365 Engravings by Dalziel Bros.

13. Fern Leaves from Fanny's Port

folio. First and Second Series, complete. Beautifully Illustrated with page and other Engravings.

14. Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress

(from this World to that which is to come). A New Edition, with a Memoir. Hlustratod with 100 Engravings by the Brothers Dalziel.

15. Famous Boys, and How they Be

came Famous Men. By the Author of " Clever Boys.'' Numerous Engravings. New Edition.

16. The Triumphs of Perseverance

and Enterprise. By Thomas Cooper. Fully Illustrated. New Edition.

17. Boy's Book of Travel and Adven

ture. By Meredith Jones. Numerous Illustrations. New Edition.

18. Edgar's Crusades and Crusaders.

With numerous Illustrations.
New Edition.

Original Edition.—One Hundred and Twentieth Thousand.



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