CATALOGUE OF BOOKS. 137
Hale, E. E. Boy's heroes. Bost, D. Lothrop, 1885 $1
A volume containing- a discussion of some ancient as well as modern heroes.
Homans, J. E. Our three admirals : Farrag-ut, Porter, Dewey.
II. N. Y., Jas. T. White & Co.. 1899 $1
An authentic account of the heroic characters, disting-uished careers
and memorable achievements of the three officers who have attained the
highest rank in the navy of the United States.
Hubbard, E. Little journeys to the homes of American authors.
N. Y., Putnam's Sons, n. d. $1.75 A little foreword to each sketch gives the status of its writer. They first appeared in Putnam's Monthly.
Hubert, P. G. Jr. Inventors (Men of achievement).
N. Y. , Scribner's Sons, 1893 $2 Deals with the hopes, aims, principles and disappointments of such men as Franklin, Fulton, Whitney, Goodyear, Edison and Bell.
Jiidson, L. C Sages and heroes of the American revolution.
Bost., Lee & Shepard, n. d. $2.50 The character and acts of the most prominent sages and heroes of the revolutionary times are delineated.
Lossing, B. J. Two spies. N. Y., Appleton, 1897 $2
This little volume contains a brief account of the most important events in the life career of two notable spies in our war of independence, Nathan Hale and John Andre.
Mombert, J. T. Great lives.
Bost., Leach, Shewell & Sanborn, 1886 $1 The simple narratives here presented to the public, trace in brief and compendious form a number of g^reat lives from the legendary period of Greece to the present time.
Munro, J. Heroes of the teleg-raph.
Chic, Revell & Co., 1891 $1.40 This work deals with the lives and principal achievements of those dis- ting-uished men to whom we are indebted for the introduction of the elec- tric telegraph and telephone,
Newton, R. Heroes of the reformation.
Phila., American Sunday School Union, n. d. $1.25 Sketches of the noble lives of the heroes of the reformation are g-iven in this book. 18