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SUN SHIN E.

A Monthly Magazine,
Designed for YOUNG PEOPLE, FAMILY READING, and READERS in GENERAL.

PRICE ONE PENNY.
CONDUCTED BY W. MEYNELL WHITTEMORE, D.D.

RECTOR OF ST. JAMES's, ALDGATE, LONDON.

The New Volume commences with January, 1870, and will be found unexampled for its large amount of Popular Reading, its beautiful Illustrations, its capital Stories, and its Cheap Price. Only a very extensive sale justifies its being sold at One Penny Monthly.

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BUSY BEE. A New and deeply interesting Story for Girls, written expressly for

"Sunshine,” by the Author of “Dora Selwyn,” “Ernest Wilton," &c. LINKS OF KINDNESS. A life-like and entertaining Story, written for our Maga

zine, by the Author of " Archie Marston in Madeira." These New Stories commence in the January number, and will be continued Monthly, with Illustrations. PICTURE STORIES.-As these novel stories have proved so attractive to the thoughtful and ingenious among our youthful readers, a New Series of them will be given during the coming year.

Many other Pleasing and Instructive Papers will appear in "Sunshine.”

GIFT-BOOKS.-The cheapest Christmas Presents, New Year's Gifts, or Birthday Offerings are the

bound Volumes of SUNSHINE. These may be had for the years 1862–69, price, each, Is. 6d. plain cloth ; 25. 6d. extra cloth, gilt sides and edges.

London : WILLIAM MACINTOSH, 24, Paternoster Row.

Now ready, in One Elegant Volume, cloth, gilt sides and edges, price 7s. 6d.

GOLDEN HOURS for 1869

EDITED BY W. MEYNELL WHITTEMORE, D.D., And Illustrated by numerous Engravings, from Designs by Eminent Artists, printed on Toned Paper.

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The Volume for 1870 will contain, besides many other useful and interesting papers, the following SERIALS:CHRONICLES OF A COUNTRY VILLAGE. A EN PENSION." Notes of a Swiss Tour. By the New Tale. By FRANCES ROLLET.

Author of “The Protoplast.” THE NEW EXCELSIOR. A New Tale. By the GENERAL SIR GEORGE POLLOCK. A LifeAuthor of "Archie Marston." /

Sketch of this Distinguished Officer. By Lieut. Low, I.N. ON THE GRAND TOUR. A New Tale. By the FEATHERED ARROWS: or, A Quiver-full of Truths Author of “Mary Powell."

Winged by Fancies. By WADE ROBINSON.

* The Illustrations are large and numerous, designed by M. ELLEN EDWARDS, WIMPERIS, LEE, ROBERT BARNES, ALLEN, Murray, TOWNLEY Green, Bayes, Scott, STANILAND, HUTTULA, &c., and engraved in the best style, under the superintendence of Messrs. Butterworth and Heath. The price of each Monthly Part is Sixpence.

London : WILLIAM MACINTOSH, 24, Paternoster Row.

“GO O D

STORI E S.”

Price Threepence Monthly.
SELECTED AND EDITED BY J. ERSKINE CLARKE, M.A.,

LIBERALLY ILLUSTRATED.
Printed in a clear type, and in a style chosen by a class of factory scholars as being “ easiest to read."

Each Story Complete in itself, in Ornamental Wrapper, price 3d. Each group of four (Series I. to XVIII.), cloth is. 6d. ; or, the Twelve for 1864 to 1869, cloth, richly

gilt, 5s. each, for Prizes or Presents.

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The above Stories are of the same kind as those in the Parish Magazine," and are founů scry usetul far reading in Hospitals or Mission Rooms, lending to Sick Folk, to Servants, or to Elder Scholars, while le Volumes are well suited for the Parish Library, being attractive, readable, and cheap.

The Classification below may be useful to those who use the “Good Stories" for

Parochial Distribution. GOOD STORIES FOR MECHANICS. Nos. 9, GOOD STORIES FOR FACTORY GIRLS. Nos. 16, 35, 43, 58.

4, 17. GOOD STORIES FOR FARM-LABOURERS. GOOD STORIES OF FORGIVENESS. Nos. I, Nos. 3, 6, 8, 10, 20, 26, 31.

12, 28, 47. GOOD STORIES FOR SAILORS. Nos. 6, GOOD STORIES FOR CONFIRMATION. Nos. II, 29.

2, 13, 25. GOOD STORIES FOR SOLDIERS. Nos. 18, GOOD STORIES AGAINST MONEY-LOVE. 21, 22, 25, 49.

Nos. 6, 9, 12, 23: GOOD STORIES FOR YOUNG SHOPMEN. GOOD STORIES AGAINST DRUNKENNESS Nos. 19, 24, 28, 38, 40, 54.

Nos. 2, 10, 26, 31, 33, 51, 54 GOOD STORIES FOR MEN-SERVANTS. Nos. GOOD STORIES AGAINST DISHONESTY. 14, 15, 60.

Nos. 15, 26, 40, 42, 48, 60. GOOD STORIES FOR YOUNG WOMEN. Nos. GOOD STORIES FOR PENNY READINGS. 3, 5, 10, 11, 13, 27, 33, 42, 44, 46, 48, 53, 59, 65.

12, 16, 17, 23, 41, 45, 54

Nos. I,

London : WILLIAM MACINTOSH, 24, Paternoster Row.

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SPECIMEN OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

ChatterboxVol. for 1869 is Now Ready, price 35. in pictorial half-cloth binding ; 5s. cloth,

extra gilt and gilt edges. The Volume is a Picture Gift-Book, well suited to Old or Young. It contains about 200 firstclass Engravings, including a beautiful Coloured Frontispiece, Original Stories, Poetry, Anecdotes, &c.

With No. I., a beautiful Coloured Picture, “ Tom's Supper,” will be issued ; price, with the Number, ONE PENNY. With Part I. fur January, 1870, price 3d., will be given a Coloured Picture, “ Tom's Supper.

London : WILLIAM MACINTOSH, 24, Paternoster Row.

On the ist of January will be issued, No. I. of

THE CHILDREN'S PRIZE FOR 1870.

Price One Penny Monthly. EDITED BY J. ERSKINE CLARKE, M.A., Each Number contains 16 Pages, and from 8 to 10 beautiful Engravings, with Original Stories.

With the January No. for 1870 will be given a beautiful Coloured Picture, "Our Baby." Beautiful Engravings, Scenes in the Early Life of David,will be continued in the January

Number, 1870.

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“THE CHILDREN'S PRIZE” for 1869 contains nearly 100 beautiful Engravings, including Twelve Pictures of “Scenes in the Early Lise of David,” many excellent Stories, Poetry, &c. Price is. 20. Pictorial Wrapper ; 25. cloth gilt ; 25. 6d. extra gilt and gilt edges ; suitable for a Gift-Book or Prize for the Young.

“THE CHILDREN'S PRIZE” for 1863, 1864, 1865, 1866, 1867, and 1868, contains nearly 100 beautiful Engravings in each Volume. Each Volume of “The Children's Prize” is Complete in itself.

The Children's Prizefor 1869 contains a Coloured Frontispiece, A l’uzzle for Granny."

London : WILLIAM MACINTOSH, 24, Paternoster Row.

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