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| Fiction

BARRETT (E. S.). The Heroine, or Adventures of a Fair
Romance Reader (1813). With an Introduction by Sir WALTER RALEIGH.
GALT (JOHN). Annals of the Parish (1821). With an
Introduction by G. S. GORDON, and a frontispiece and facsimile title-page.
INCHBALD (MRS.). A Simple Story (1791). With an
Introduction by LYTTON STRACHEY, and facsimile tiile-page.
PEACOCK (T. L.). Nightmare Abbey. A page-for-page

. reprint of the first edition, 1818. Edited by C. E. JONES. READE (CHARLES). A Good Fight (1859). The original short version of The Cloister and the Hearth. Here for the first time reprinted in book-form. With an Introduction by ANDREW LANG, and fifteen illustrations by CHARLES KEENE. WOLLSTONECRAFT (MARY). Original Stories from Real Life. Introduction by E. V. LUCAS, with six illustrations by W. BLAKE.

| Anthologies ECHOES FROM THE OXFORD MAGAZINE, 1883

1890.

MORE ECHOES FROM THE OXFORD MAGAZINE,
1890-1896. With contributions by Sir ARTHUR QUILLER.Couch and his
conteinporaries.
SEA-SONGS AND BALLADS, 1400-1886. Edited by
C. STONE. With an Introduction by Admiral Sir CYPRIAN BRIDGE. Also on
Oxford India Paper, 4s. 64. net.
TREASURY OF SACRED SONG, from Dunbar to
Tennyson. Selected by FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE. Also on Oxford India
Paper, 4s. 6d. net.
WAR-SONGS, 1333-1866. Selected by CHRISTOPHER
STONE. With an Introduction by General Sir IAN HAMILTON.

WORDSWORTH. Poems and Extracts chosen by Wordsworth (froin the Countess of Winchelsea and others) for an album, Christmas, 1819, and now first printed. Introduction by H. LirTLEDALE J. R. REES. With a portrait and facsimile.

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I Travel and Topography CURZON (ROBERT). Visits to Monasteries in the Levant. With an Introduction by D. G. HOGARTH, Illustrated. DUFF-GORDON (LADY). Letters from the Cape. Edited by John PURVES. KINGLAKE (A. W.). Eothen. With an Introduction by D. G. HOGARTH, and two illustrations. LOWELL (JAMES RUSSELL). Fireside Travels. With an Introduction by E. V. LUCAS. MORITZ (CARL PHILIPP). Travels in England in 1782. A reprint of the English translation of 1795. With an Introduction by P. E. MATHESON, and two illustrations. WORDSWORTH (WILLIAM). A Guide to the Lakes. With an Introduction by E. DE SÉLINCOURT, and eight contemporary illustrations. On Oxford India Paper only, 4s. 6d. net.

| Literary History and Criticism COLERIDGE. Literary Criticism. Introduction by J. W. MACKAIL. DE QUINCEY. Literary Criticism. Introduction by HELEN DARBISHIRE. HURD. Letters on Chivalry and Romance. Introduction by Edith MORLEY. JEFFREY Literary Criticism. Introduction by D. Nichol Smith. With a portrait. JOHNSON ON SHAKESPEARE. Essays and Notes selected and set forth with an Introduction by Sir WALTER RALEIGH. JOHNSON. Selections from The Rambler'. Introduction by W. HALE WHITE, with a portrait and two other illustrations. MORGANN. Essay on Sir John Falstaff, 1777. A page. for-page and line-for-line reprint. Introduction by W. A. Gill. THE OXFORD ARS POETICA. Edited by W. E. BROWNING, with an Introduction by G. S. Gordon.

[in the Press. PEACOCK (T. L.). Memoirs of Shelley. With Shelley's Letters to Peacock, and two portraits. With an Introduction by H. F. B. BRETT-SMITH. SHELLEY. Literary and Philosophical Criticism. With an Introduction by John SHAWCROSS. SHELLEY. Prose in the Bodleian Manuscripts. Edited by A. H. Koszul.

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TRELAWNY. Recollections of the Last Days of Shelley and Byrin. With two portraits and two other illustrations. Introduction by E. DowDEN. WORDSWORTH. Literary Criticism. Introduction by Nowell C. Smith. On Oxford India Paper only, 4s. 6d. net. WORDSWORTH. Tract on the Convention of Cintra, 1809. Introduction by A. V. Dicey.

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| Miscellaneous BOSWELL (JAMES). Note Book, 1776-1777. Recording particulars of Johnson's early life communicated by him and others in those COBBETT. Grammar of the English Language. Introduction by Sir H. L. STEPHEN. COBBETT. Adrice to Young Men, and incidentally) to Young Women, 1829. With a facsimile title-page. THE HAMBLEDON MEN. John Nyren's Young Cricketer's Tutor. Edited with other matter from various sources by E. V. LUCAS. With twenty-two illustrations, and a 'Ballade of Dead Cricketers' by ANDREW LANG. JOWETT. Theological Essays. With an Introduction by LEWIS CAMPBELL. JOWETT. Scripture and Truth. Introduction by LEWIS CAMPBELL.

I Three Japanese Classics

Translated by W. N. PORTER A HUNDRED VERSES FROM OLD JAPAN. With 100 reproductions of Japanese woodcuts. THE TOSA DIARY. Written in A. D. 935. Translation, with notes and a map of the voyage from Tosa to Kyoto. THE MISCELLANY OF A JAPANESE PRIEST, being the Tsure-zure Gusa, 1337-0. With seven reproductions of Japanese woodcuts, and an Introduction by SANKI ICHIKAWA.

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