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Some Press Notices — (Continued). Manchester Guardian. — "Louis Davis's illustrations are full of tender feeling and truth." Speaker. — " Louis Davis's designs are charming." Scotsman. — "The poems are set in pictorial designs of a tenderness and truth of feeling that fit them well." Birmingham Daily Gazette.—" ' Good Night ' is one of those quaint, old- world productions that are a delight to handle." Ecclesiastical Gazette.—" ' Songs for Somebody ' is full of delightfully artistic designs and coloured pictures printed in the best style of Mr, Edmund Evans." MEDI/€VAL LEGENDS. Being a Gift-Book to the Children of England, of Five Old-World Tales from France and Germany. Demy 8vo. Designed cloth cover, 3s. 6d. Contents. — The Mysterious History of Melusina — The Story of ^sop — The Rhyme of the Seven Swabians — The Sweet and Touching Tale of Fleur and Blanchefleur — The Wanderings of Duke Ernest. Some iPrcss flotices. Saturday Review. — "A capital selection of famous legends." Times. — " There can be no question as to the value of this gift. " Morning Post. — " Full of romantic incident, of perilous adventure by land and sea." Guardian. — " This delightful volume. . . . In all respects admirable. " World. — "An elegant and tasteful volume." THE HAPPY PRINCE, and other Tales. By Oscar Wilde. 116 pages, small 410. Beautifully printed in old- faced type, on cream-laid paper, with wide margins. Bound in Japanese vellum cover, printed in red and black. With three full-page Plates by Walter Crane, and eleven Vignettes by Jacomb Hood. Second Edition. 3s. 6d. Some ipre06 IWotlcee. Christian Leader. — "Beautiful exceedingly; charmingly devised— exqui- sitely told." Universal Review. — " Heartily recommended." Athenceum. — " Mr. Wilde possesses the gift of writing fairy tales in a rare degree." Dublin Evening Mail. — "A beautiful book in every sense." Glasgow Herald,—" It is difiScult to speak too highly of these tales."