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PUBLICATIONS OF G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS


CHIVALRIC DAYS AND YOUTHFUL DEEDS.

By E S Brooks. Profusely illustrated $2 00

CHIVALRIC DAYS tells the story of certain notable scenes and occasions in the world's history in which the boys and girls of the long ago had both part and lot.

"Chivalric Days" is written in the same entertaining style that made the author's "Historic Boys" one of the leading holiday books of last year. It, however, comprises stories of the girls as well as the boys of the past, and each story is brightened with glimpses of the queer customs and costumes, the manners and the home-life of those far-off days.

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"'OH, SIR,' SAID DOLLY, 'LET THE CHILD GO!'
(Reduced from "Chivalric Days.")

"Chivalric Days" contains: Cinderella's Ancestor; The Favored of Baal; The Gaqe of a Princess; The Tell-Tale Foot; "The Rede of the Elves"; The Boys of Blackfriars; The Cloister of the Seven Gates; The Story of the Field of the Cloth of Gold—I. How Rauf Bulney Spoiled His Crimson Cloak; II. How the Kings Met in the Golden Valley; III. How Margery Carew Got Her Glittering Chain; IV. How the Queens Dined without Eating;—"Monsieur, the Captain of the Caravel"—I. The Gentlemen Volunteers; II. In English Waters; III. The Battle;—The Little Lord of the Manor.

G. P. PUTNAM'S SONS, New York and London.