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In Preparation

��THE LIFE OF

THE MASTER

By Rev. JOHN WATSON, D.D.

<" IAN MACLAREN.")

A book which will appeal, through its literary qualities and refinement of cul- ture, to a very large circle. The illustra- tions are full of realistic color and add much to the beauty of the work. Illustrated by Corwin Knapp Linson. In Press.

APRIL'S SOWING

By GERTRUDE HALL A story of young love, told with the same truth of psychology, the same deli- cate sympathy with the human heart, the same grace of style that marked the " Far from To-day" tales. This is Miss Hall's first novel.

With frontispiece, decorative title-page, and head

and tail pieces by Orson Lowell.

12/no. Ready in September.

SECOND BOOK

OF POEMS

By EDWIN MARKHAM

The human interest of these poems, their intense pathos and absolute sincerity, will make them sought everywhere, the more so at a time when editions of Mr. Markham's collected work are in particu- larly great demand.

i2ino. In Press.

THE CIRCULAR STUDY

By ANNA KATHARINE GREEN

A new mystery story. This author, in

the words of the Boston Transcript, "has

elevated the detective story to a higher

plane than any other contemporary

writer." I2 mo. In Press.

AMERICAN FIGHTS

AND FIGHTERS

By Rev. CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY

A series of stories based on the early history of our country, told with Mr. Brady's well-known dash and vigor of treatment. i„ Press.

��THE HISTORY OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR

By A. CONAN DOYLE This history of the Boer War will be the first important fruit of Dr. Doyle's experience in South Africa as an army surgeon. /« p res s.

LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

By IDA M. TARBELL A new edition, to which will be added a life of the Empress Josephine.

1 ' A complete and impartial, as well as in- teresting and attractive, life of Napoleon." — John C. Ropes, Author of " The First Napoleon, " " TheCampaign of I J 'aterloo, ' 'etc.

6jth Thousand. Revised Edition, richly illustrated. In Press.

THE SOUL OF

THE STREET

By NORMAN DUNCAN

Stories of the Syrian quarter in New York City, by a writer who has studied the Washington Street district in the great metropolis with much thoroughness, and is keenly sensitive to its artistic possibilities.

i2nio. Ready in September,

THE POWERS

THAT PREY

By JOSIAH FLYNT and FRANCIS WALTON

Josiah Flynt has lived for about fifteen years among tramps and criminals, and his book of stories of criminal life, written in conjunction with Francis Walton, is the outcome of this experience. The stories are graphically and skillfully told.

Fully illustrated. i2)»o. In Press.

TALES FROM McCLURE'S {New Series) The first volumes in the new series will be entitled "The Sea," "The Railroad," " Youth," " Comedy," and "Love."

Small i2)»o. Cloth, Each jo Cents.

��McClure, Phillips & CO., 141-135 East 2 5 th St., New York

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