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ATTRACTIVE NEW NOVELS FOR SUMMER READING,

Published by

J. 1. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO.,

Nos. 715 and 717 Market Street, Philadelphia.

A Charming Novel, by the Author of “ His Heart's Desire."

CLARE AND BÉBÉ.
Fine edition. 12mo, cloth, $1.25. Cheap Edition. 16mo, paper cover, 60 cents.

One of the best of the class of fiction to which it belongs."-New York World.

" The author is not only an acute and experienced observer of human nature, but a capital writer. The narrative is uninterrupted by egotistic sentimentalism and by superfluous descriptions. The characters tell the story in the direct, natural way, in which each one appears as a distinct figure. The whole tone is pure and healthful.”Philadelphia Evening Bulletin.

A New wodd Trump" Novel.

THE GHOST OF REDBROOK. A Novel. By the author of “The Odd Trump,” “The Lacy Diamonds,” “The Clifton Picture,'

etc. 8vo, extra cloth, $1.25 ; paper cover, 75 cents.

" This story possesses all the elements that have made its predecessors from the same hand so welcome to a large class of readers. The plot is highly interesting; the mystery is well preserved and admirably managed; the characters are depicted with uncommon skill, and the whole tone of the book is pure, pleasing, and attractive. Some portions are powerfully dramatic, and these are told with marked skill and effect." Boston Saturday Evening Gazette.

A MERE ADVENTURER. A Novel. By Elzey Hay, author of "A Family Secret.” 8vo, cloth, $1.25; paper cover,

75 cents.

• Has much of a genuine and pleasing freshness, and many of the incidents, as we have hinted, possess an originality all their own."- Philadelphia Times.

RHONA. By Mrs. FORRESTER, author of "Mignon,” “Viva," “ Dolores,” etc. 12mo, extra cloth, $1.50.

"A bright, vivacious, and forcibly written story, abounding in dramatic incidents and graphic portraitures."-Boston Traveller.

HIGH-WATER-MARK. By Ferris JEROME. 12mo, extra cloth, $1.50.

"Very well written, and strong and intense."Cincinnati Commercial. A new and very entertaining novel."-St. Louis Republican.

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“AIRY FAIRY LILIAN.” By the author of “ Molly Bawn” and “ Phyllis.” Eighth Edition. 12ino, fine cloth, $1.25 ;

16mo, paper cover, 60 cents.
"A delightful novel to read ; a piquant, sparkling, entertaining story." -New York Evening Post.
“It is a charming romance, that interests the reader from the first."--Baltimore Gazette.

CASTLE HOHENWALD. A Romance. From the German of ADOLPH STRECKFUSS, author of "Too Rich,” etc. By Mrs.

A. L. Wister, translator of “ The Old Mam'selle's Secret, The Second Wife," etc. 12mo, extra cloth, $1.50.

"A brilliant and attractive story, full of incident and adventure, and sure to entertain the reader with its clever delineations of fashionable society."Boston Evening Traveller.

Orders from the Trade respectfully solicited.

D. LOTHROP & CO'S

LIST OF

Publications for the Summer Trade.

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Books of handy size, and large, clear, open type, for rail- Select Sunday School Libraries. Nos. I to 8 induway reading

sive contain 274 books, which have been selected and approved IDLE HOUR SERIES. (Just ready.)

by a committee of the highest character and ability. The

reduced prices are: No. 1, 25 vols. 12mo, $18.40; No. 2, 50 I. Poor Papa. By Mary W. PORTER. Illustrated. 4to,

vols, 16mo, $30.40; No. 3, so vols. 16mo, $28; No. 4, 23 illuminated paper covers, price soc.

vols. 18mo, $8; No. 5, 24 vols. iómo, $9.60; No. 6, 30 "Poor Papa" is sure to be a favorite. It is a graphic story vols. 18mo, $4.50; No. 7, 50 vols. 16mo, $20; No. 8, 25 of the perplexities of a father, a widower left to care for two vols. 16mo, $5. children. The father is an artist, absorbed in painting, and

The above net prices to Sunday Schools average LESS THAN having no knowledge of child-nature; while his two children,

HALF THE USUAL PRICES of the same books when sold sepa. loving and true, are like young colts, with irrepressible life and rately. Library No. 7 has been enlarged and bound in new spirits, and perpetually in trouble.

style, making it the most desirable $20 library in the market (In Press.)

Fifty Catalogues accompany each Library. A list of books in 11. Miss Priscilla Hunter. By “Pansy.” With fif the above Libraries sent on application to D. LOTHROP & Co,

teen full-page drawings by Miss L.' B. HUMPHREY. 40, il-Publishers, Boston. luminated paper covers, price 50c.

“Wecommend to Library Committees the books by Pansy," A highly humorous story of how one plain little woman

31 vols., Julia A. Eastman, 6 vols., Ella Farmán, s rols, raised the money to pay off a church debt. Why she did it,

together with such carefully selected works as are included in and how she did it, is told in Pansy's best fashion: her encoun

the $1000 Prize Series, 16 vols., $500 Prize Series, 21 vols,

and the Select Sunday-School Libraries, as being strong, standters with crabbed folks, and stingy folks, and folks determined

ard books, sure to be called for again and again, read and renot to give to the church debt, are highly amusing, as well as

read year after year. The leading characters of these books her devices to get something from everybody. On the whole we give our vote for Miss Priscilla Hunter as a better agent for followed and imitated, either consciously or unconsciously."

are lovely, generous, and noble, sure to be adınired, sure to be paying church debts than Mr. Kimball.

The Watchman.
Several other brilliant stories have been secured for the
IDLE HOUR SERIES, and will appear in rapid succession.

NEW EDITIONS. Now ready.
The right volume to take to summer resorts.

Child Toilers of Boston Streets.

By EMMA E Entertainments. Edited by Lizzie W CHAMPNEY. Large

BROWN With twelve illustrations, drawn from life, by Tómo, price $1.

KATHERINE Peirson. 16mo, cloth, 75C. Full directions for all sorts of parlor dramatiques and

Royal Lowrie. A Boy's Book By MAGNU'S MERRI. specta

WEATHER cles, especially those in which children are actors. Many

With drawings by L. HOPKINS. 16mo, clich, novel exercises and programmes for church encampments and

$1.25. Sunday-school Sète-days. The volume contains the famous Pil- True Blue. A Girl's Book By Mrs. LưCIA CHASE BELL. grim's Progress, as enacted by Mrs. George McDonald and Illustrated. Tómo, cloth, $1.25. her children, together with dramas by Mrs. Abby Morton Diaz, Louis XIV. and xv, The Bungener Historical Series Susan Hale, Mrs. Champney, and others.

contain graphic sketches of Louis XIV. and XV., and of the THE OUT-OF-SCHOOL SERIES are delightful illustrated story religious aspects of France during their reign. New edition. books for young people. Square 16mo, 190 pp., 300. per vol.

Four vols. 12mo. Vol. I. Boys of Brimstone Court, and other Stories.

BOURDALOUE AND Louis XIV.

Louis XV. AND HIS TIMES.
By ELIZABETH STUART PHELPS. Will be ready June roth.

RABAUT AND BRIDAINE.
Vol. II. The Forbes-Doolan Affair. By the author of THE TOWER OF CONSTANCY.

"Detmold." Will be ready June 2oth. Other volumes in Price reduced from $6 to $4.
preparation.

In Preparation, NEW EDITIONS in uniform binding.
FOUR NEWV JUVENILES.

Ella Farman's Works.

9

vols. Yensie Walton. By Mrs. S. R. GRAHAM Clarke, 16mo, Julia A. Eastman's Works, 6 vols.

illustrated, price $1.50. Six Months at Mrs. Prior's, By Emily ADAMS. 16mo, Mrs. A. E. Porter's Works.

Mrs. E. D. Kendall's Works. 3

vols. illustrated, price $1.25. Soine Snow Hill Girls. By ADDIE BARNARD. 16mo,

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Rev. Z. A. Mudge's Works. 3 vols. illustrated, price $1.

Works by the author of “Andy Luttrell.' 6 vols. The Ruthford Frown. A bright new English story. VALUABLE HISTORICAL WORES BY CHARLOTTE 4. YONGE

16mo, 75C.
Good books to put up for children's reading in the country.

Richly Illustrated Edition.

Young Folks' History of Germany. 12mo, $1.50.
New l’olume for Sunday Reading.

Young Folks' History of France. 12mo, $1.50.
Walks to Emmaus. By Rev. Dr Nehemian Adams. Young Folks' History of England, 12mo, $1.50.
Price $1.

The series under this title will include sermons for every Sab- Young Folks' History of Greece. 12mo, $1.50. bath in the year. Vol. I. now ready.

Young Folks' History of Rome. 12mo, $1.50.

5 vols.

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Send for Catalogue of 8oo Books of our Publication. Sent free. Address,

D. LOTHROP & CO., Publishers,

32 FRANKLIN ST., Boston, Mass.

BY THE AUTHOR OF THE

WIDE, WIDE WORLD.

MY DESIRE.

12mo, 629 pages,

$1 75 * The story is told with singular fidelity and grace and feeling. It will receive a wide welcome from the lovers of a pure literature.”-N. Y. Observer.

“Under the skilful pen of Miss Warner this life history is one of intense interest. There is a New England flavor running through it, so beautifully represented by Desire Burgoyne, a quaint, bright girl in that section. There is a charm about the story that has always been a marked feature of her books."Telegraph.

TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINE. By JENNIE M. DRINKWATER. 12mo,

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SAVED AT SEA : A LIGHTHOUSE STORY. By Mrs. Walton, author of "Christie's Old Organ,”

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A COMPLETE AND UNABRIDGED TRANSLATION OF

LEGOUVÉ'S “ART OF

“ART OF READING,”

With Notes, mainly Biograph al or Critical, and, where deemed necessary, pretty full, on the many Authors, Orators, Professors, Dramatic Writers, Actors, Actresses, Artists, Institutions, etc., so frequently alluded to in the text-eighty-seven in all. Without some aid of this kind, the ordinary American reader can hardly appreciate the Book.

By Prof. EDWARD ROTH, A.M. With an excellent Portrait of Ernest Legouvé, of the French

Academy.

Ministers, Teachers, Lawyers, Actors, Lecturers and Speakers in general, should be particularly interested in this work, as it gives them, COMPLETE AND WITHOUT ABRIDGMENT, the ideas of one of the first Readers in Europe on this most important art.

376 pages, 12mo, cloth, $1.50.

Rollins' Ancient History.
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EDUCATION: ITS PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE, as developed by GEORGE Combe, author of " The Constitution of Man." Collected and edited by William JOLLY. 8vo, $5.

THE RELATIONS OF MIND AND BRAIN. By HENRY CALDERWOOD, LL.D., Professor of Moral Philosophy, University of Edinburgh. 8vo, $4.

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LECTURES ON THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND.

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By the Author of Janet's Love and Service :" David Fleming's Forgiveness. By MARGARET

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THE ÆNEID OF VIRGIL ,

The Life of Prof. Albert Hopkins. By the

Translated into English
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The Life of Count Agenor de Gasparin.

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