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CAPT'N DAVY'S HONEYMOON. By Hall

CAIXE.
A MARKED MAN. By Ada CAMBRIDGE.
THE THREE MISS KINGS. By ADA

CAMBRIDGE.
A LITTLE MINX. By ADA CAMBRIDGE.
NOT ALL \IN VAIN. By ADA CAMBRIDGE.
A KNIGHT OF THE WHITE FEATHER

By Tasma.
UNCLE PIPER OF PIPER'S HILL.

By
TASMA.
THE PENANCE OF PORTIA JAMES.

By Tasma.
THE COPPERHEAD. By HAROLD FRED-

E RIC.
THE RETURN OF THE O'MAHONY. By

HAROLD FREDERIC. Dlustrated.
IN THE VALLEY. By HAROLD FREDERIC.

Hlustrated
THE STORY OF A PENITENT SOUL. By

ADELINE SERGEANT.
THE SURRENDER OF MARGARET

BELLARMINE. BY ADELINE SERGEANT.
NOR WIFE, NOR MAID. By Mrs. IIUNGER-

FORD.

THE HOYDEN. By Mrs. HUNGERFORD.
MAMMON. By Mrs. ALEXANDER.
DAUGHTERS OF MEN. By Hannah Lynch.
A ROMANCE OF THE CAPE FRONTIER.

By BERTRAM MITFORD.
'TWEEN SNOW AND FIRE. By BERTRAM

MITFORD.
ORIOLE'S DAUGHTER. By JESSIE FOTHER-

GILL.
THE MASTER OF THE MAGICIANS. By

E. S. PHELPS and H. D. WARD.
THE HEAD OF THE FIRM. By Mrs.

RIDDELL.
COME LIVE WITH ME AND BE MY LOVE.

By ROBERT BUCHANAN.
A DAUGHTER OF MUSIC. By G. COLMORE.
A CONSPIRACY OF SILENCE.

By G.
COLMORE.
ACCORDING TO ST. JOHN. By AMELIE

Rives.
KITTY'S FATHER. By FRANK BARRETT.
MR. BAILEY MARTIN. By PERCY WHITE.
A QUESTION OF TASTE. By MAARTEN

MAARTENS.

ARTH.

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