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MAY 2, 1870.
No. 143 Washington Street. Messrs. ROBERTS BROTHERS, Boston, Will publish the following books during the month of May: 1. ANTONIA. A Novel. By GEORGE SAND. Translated by VIRGINIA
Vaughan. One vol. 16mo. Price, $1 50.
This volume will be uniform with “ MAUPRAT,” forming the Second in the Series of GEORGE Sand's
June 1st. 2. SIR HUMPHREY DAVY'S SALMONIA; or, Days of Fly Fishing. SIR
HUMPHREY DAVY'S CONSOLATIONS IN TRAVEL; or, The Last Days of a Philosopher.
These delightful volumes, by the celebrated Philosopher, have passed through many editions in England,
where they are accepted as Classics. They will be found to be very seasonable and salable books. 3. THE LOVERS OF GUDRUN. A Poem. By William MORRIS. 16mo.,
cloth, neat. Price, $1.
This Poem, generally acknowledged by all critics to be the masterpiece of the author, and one of tho great poems of this century, is published in this separate form for the convenience of tourists, of seaside
and wayside ramblers. 4. POEMS. By DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTE. SONGS BEFORE SUNRISE.
By ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE. 16mo. Price of each, $1 50.
Two new poetical volumes of rare merit. 5. A New and Cheaper Edition of GOETHE'S HERMANN AND DOROTHEA.
Translated by ELLEN FROTHINGHAM. With frontispiece. 1 vol. 16mo. Cloth, neat. Price, $1.
NEW BOOKS, which are Standard for the Library, but not by any means
Standard for the Bookseller; they move off rapidly. 1. AN OLD-FASHIONED GIRL. 27th 1000. $1 50. 6. GOETHE'S HERMANN AND DOROTHEA. $2. 2. LITTLE WOMEN. Two Parts. 50th 1000. $3. 7. HUNT'S A DAY BY THE FIRE. $1 50. 3. HOSPITAL SKETCHES. 4th 1000. $1 50.
8. HEDGE'S PRIMEVAL WORLD. $1 50. 4. MORRIS.-THE EARTHLY PARADISE. 7th 1000. 9. JANUS.-THE POPE AND THE COUNCIL. $1 50. $4 50.
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A LIFE OF THE GREAT LORD FAIRFAX.
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