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® h lit as erary iinish pen and . excellence of style . Those who remember , , Mrs . O g 'Reilly ' s xpe graphic , \] . Dathetic i .-L ^ i-i ^ volumes Tr ^ lnm ^ s . * Sussex SnaSPX Stories SU-. rvrifiR ' will will welcome Wfilftomfl what \ xrY \ a . t is is virtuall virfna . llv a supplement ftiirmip . mpmfc to tn them + TiAm j 1 }
• ^ A ties' * Mistake , and , otlier Sussex , Stories , a very pretty book of y tales from the life , to i ; [ m ** hich _ Mr . Fred the J 1 . Barnard life I M . ^ L w Homel B ' s ^ pencil u—« - ^ "X I ^ v ^ . MA * has ^ ral ^ , f c j-fc ¦ I lemt ¦ * b ^ -x additional - "V # ^ and ¦ < fc- ^ ^ "J « te « h ^^ n ^ attraction -- le ¦ ¦ rf * ¦ ^ rt . w h -a ^¦ L I , draw folk ^ L . a . l ^ to ing fill Ab M also the ^ m L , it ni need ~\ Ad and rf"c f ^ fe- scarcel ^ V * W after ^ "ta ^» MW fe y \ \
vl adj said n ' from it > nearly everyone . ^ . ^ will * y ru vote it scenes ^^ ' ^" a good ^^ simp book' country in ^^ ^ the true sense , ^^ for pages , w * hil i , e full o f \ ! int and incident , it is also suggestive . Miss Beata Francis ' s capital volume of Farmyard j
C hronicles / one of which , Slyboots , gives a name for the title-page , will win at first sight I i its capital the animal illustrations pictures in , but fact those children who will go further vote it will ' admit joll that book the 3 A s nother tories are little as
I clever book secure as of a welcome ; for its , pictures , which are supp a lied by T . . Pym , of Outline ; j illustration fame , is Cbarity Moore , the Story of a Strav , by Lina Orman-Cooper . It tells \\
literall a , strange y from tale of the the horses rescue ' feet of , a in little a London child ; ' j i street , by Charity , a workhouse school-girl ,
who , as a reward for her courage , is taken into the service of the child ' s mother . I The nursewhose criminal carelessness ;
led to the , accidentsoon wreaks her 1 i vengeance on Charity , andshortly after
the incidenta man , who , had been ¦ among the inmates , of the workhouse
\ sees Charity with the children and v \ * \ . ^ the ' bolts nurse ' with , misrepresents the little g the irl . incident Patty ,
to her master , and accuses Charity of conniving with the ) man . The master goes to fetch
the police , and on Ms way meets a commissionaire , who had
followed the child-stealer and rescued herbut in the meantime
Charity , in , her alarm , ran away . As the story proceeds , Charity
attaches herself to some strolling players , and while in the
company is seen by her sometime master and mistress and the little child Ivywho recognise
her and once more , take her to their circle . Later on , she is
found by her own father , and finally marries the
commissionaire . By an evident oversight the worthy man who plays such a prominent part in the
story is termed a ' commissioner . Stanley Grahame , by adventure Gordon Stables on the , M Dark . D ., Continent R . N ., a tale will of be seafaring found to be life a and it al cap
m K h , k m M present for — an elder ^^ boy ^ ; while ^^ ^ for - ^ little ^^ . ^ B readers Tlio Autocrat of tlie WTur « ery by li . T . Meade , with illustrations
by T . Pym , is a genuine picture-gallery oi ' little beauties . ' Possibly our best course will be to introduce the * leading
characters' to our readers by reproducing the frontispiece in which to discover they b are r ^ T turning dul y pictured over X ^ A the WO . and / Mibk named how , leaving charming " ^•> -w»— ——— it .- to ly them the
—\ J \ 7 VAJLKJV ^ V ^ ? ^ JJL . y Y * *>**¦ * A * Jp % ^ - * T A ^ - ' pages IV ** »—»¦ - »• x- ^ » " »* , ( 3 V son mother and -authoress daughter , , who Alfie and dedicates Hope , the ' has volume described to her the life * little of
almos u » e nursery t as much . The as it story will deli will ght please the mothers children j , , and and the indee pictures d all who are as are pretty [ ' # fond ee Illustration as ot the little prose ones 00 . . , ' i j
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" Jjy ^ Mr - ¦ t . The 6 Mason , Bl engravings acltett Jackson , traces in this ' s the Pictorial volume history of Press 150 illustrating in , number Its Origin news commence and from Progress the with reign a , of picture published Elizabeth of by Sir to Messrs our Francis own . j ! !
I ^ ke ' s vessel from a tract dated . 1587 , which is excellent , in its way . As examples of the earlier . , , M Y ) vwiso T r ?^ er engravinga we may name a storm , 1613 ; a flood , 1613 ; and a murder done in 1613 ,. j
_ - * a tall of meteors in 1628 . The more interesting part ot tne volume to tlxose wno are , h
Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890), Dec. 6, 1884, page 1249, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/pc/issues/tec_06121884/page/9/