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CAPT'N DAVY'S HONEYMOON. By Hall
HAROLD FREDERIC. Dlustrated.
BELLARMINE. BY ADELINE SERGEANT.
THE HOYDEN. By Mrs. HUNGERFORD.
By BERTRAM MITFORD.
E. S. PHELPS and H. D. WARD.
By ROBERT BUCHANAN.
The pioneer series. 12mo, cloth, 35. net; or paper covers, 25. od. net. The Alkenæum says :-"If this series keeps up to the present high level of interest, novel readers will have fresh cause for gratitude to Mr. Heinemann."
The Manchester Courier :-*The er Series promises to be as original as many other of Mr. Heinemann's ventures." A STREET IN SUBURBIA. By THE WINGS OF ICARUS. BY EDWIN W. PUGH.
LAURENCE ALMA TADEMA. AN ALTAR OF EARTH.
The Globe.-" Has all the fascination of a
classical tragedy. . . unquestionable literary THYMOL MONK.
charm, a rare refinement, and a fund of poetic JOANNA TRAILL, SPINSTER.
suggestion." BY ANNIE E. HOLDSWORTH.
The Daily Telegraph.-"An intensely path
ethic tale of passionate love and ineffable selfThe Observer.--"Every worl tells that it is sacrifice. Nothing has been more impress the work of a true woman who has thought ively told in the pages of modern fiction than deeply and lovingly on a most painful subject. the denouement of this sad but deeply fas
The picture is a beautiful one, which cinating story." it would be well for many women to ponder
In her claim for wider sympathy, a THE GREEN CARNATION, BY higher understanding of right and wrong and ROBERT S. HICKENS. her noble picture of woman helping woman, the authoress has done a good work."
The World --The Green Carnation is brimful GEORGE MANDEVILLE'S HUS
of good things, and exceedingly clever. It is
much more original, really, than its title BAND. BY C.E. RAIMOND.
implies" The Spectator "This very clever and terse The Daily Telegraph. One of the most story: Mr. Raimond is undoubtedly
brilliant expositions of latter-day humour an artist of great power. He certainly under
that has been brought to public cognisance stands women's distinctive graciousness and for many a day." ungraciousness as few women of the advanced The Observer.-"The book is a classic of its type appear to understand it."
kind." LONDON: WM. HEINEMANN, 21, BEDFORD ST., W.C.
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