G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS PUBLICATIONS.
7 BY-WAYS OF NATURE AND LIFE.
"These letters are characterized by all the grace, elegance, and feeling which made Matthew Arnold name Newman as the first of living writers of English prose."—Critic. "Fresh, vigorous, and always interesting."—Westminster Review.
8 CUBAN SKETCHES. By James W. Steele.
"The book gives a well-written tale of topics which are of interest both to tourists and to those who enjoy travelling at their own firesides."—Christian Register.
"Well-written, vivacious, and realistic pictures."—
"One of the brightest and cleverest of the many books which have been written about Cuba."—Boston Transcript.
9 UP THE RHINE.
10 WHIMS AND ODDITIES.
11 CANOEING IN KANUCKIA.
"A more enjoyable book cannot well be imagined. It makes one think of summer, of rest, of recreation, of unpremeditated and unrestricted fun."—Albany Argus.
12 PICTURES AND LEGENDS FROM NORMANDY AND BRITTANY.
The well-known author of "Patty" has interwoven with some fascinating narratives. of travel a selection of Norman and Breton stories and legends which are very quaint and characteristic, and her husband and fellow-traveller has contributed a series of charming pencil sketches of the scenery and the people.
18 THE GREEKS OF TO-DAY.
"No one can read this book without having his interest greatly increased in the brave, brilliant, and in every way remarkable people."—N. Y. Times.
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