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CATALOGUE OF BOOKS. 81
Dickens, C. Pickwick papers. II.
N. Y., Macmillan, 1892 $1 The story consists of the adventures of a g-ood old gentleman of the name of Pickwick, sent forth on his travels over England by a club called the " Pickwick Club."
Uncommercial traveler, etc.
II. N. Y., Harper & Bros., 1892 $1.50 A collection including- the Christmas stories. They are all written in the same fascinating style which characterizes the longer ones.
Dix, B. M. Hug-h Gwyeth, a round head cavalier.
N. Y., Macmillan, 1899 $1.50 A book engrossingly interesting, well written and stirring.
Dodge, M. M. Donald and Dorothy.
Bost., Roberts Bros., 1893 $2 A story of a brother and sister, twins and orphans, who were saved from a shipwreck in which both their parents were drowned. The story is entertaining and pleasant.
Douglas, A. M. Foes of her household.
Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1886 $1.50 The heroine is forced to go among her husband's people, who seem set against her. The interest centers in her mode of combating the " Foes of her Household."
Fortunes of the Faradays.
Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1888 $1.50 A home drama with a deeply interesting plot.
Heirs of Bradley House.
Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1892 $1.50 The plot is well laid and deeply interesting and the story enriched with strong and beautiful characters and artistic local sketches.
Her place in the world.
Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1897 $1.50
A story of absorbing interest, giving homelike pictures of life in a small but growing country town.
In wild rose time. Bost., Lee & Shepard, 1894 $1.50
Pictures life among the poor with its trials and temptations, and shows what unselfish lives are often lived unrecorded and unappreciated.