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NEW BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.

1 JED. A Boy's Adventures in the Army of '61-'65. A story of battle and prison, of peril and escape. By WARREN LEE GOSS, author of "The Soldier's Story of his Captivity at Andersonville and other Prisons," "The Recoliections of a Private " (in the Century War Series). Fully illustrated. 12mo. Cloth. $1.50. In this story the author has aimed to furnish true pictures of scenes in the great Civi! War, and not to produce sensational effects. The incidents of the book are real ones, drawn in part from the writer's personal experiences and observations as a soldier of the Union, during that war. The descriptions of the prison are especially truthful, for in them the author briefly tells what he himself saw. One of the best war stories ever written. Boys will read it with avidity.

2 THE

WALKS

ABROAD OF TWO YOUNG

NATURALISTS.

From the French of Charles Beaugrand. By DAVID SHARP, M.B., F.L.S., F.Z.S., President of the Entomological Society of London. Fully illustrated. 8vo. $2.00. A fascinating narrative of travel and adventure, in which is introduced much valuable information on natural history subjects, and a reading of the book will tend to foster an interest in zoology.

3 FAMOUS MEN OF SCIENCE.

By SARAH K. BOLTON, author of "Poor Boys who became Famous," etc, Short biographical sketches of Galileo, Newton, Linnæus, Cuvier, Humboldt, Audubon, Agassiz, Darwin, Buckland, and others. Illustrated with 15 portraits.

4 THE FRENCH REVOLUTION.

Reign of Terror.

12mo. $1.50. Pictures of the

By LYDIA HOYT FARMER, author of "Boys' Book of Famous Rulers," etc. With 35 illustrations. 12mo. $1.50.

To those who have not the leisure to make an exhaustive study of this remarkable epoch in the world's history, this volume offers a rapid and clear résumé of its most important events and thrilling scenes.

5

ROLF AND HIS FRIENDS.

By JA K, author of "Birchwood," "Fitch Club," etc. Illustrated. 12mo. $1.25. A healthful, stimulating story, showing the advantage that every boy must necessarily gain from association with intelligent, progressive young people, no matter what their color or condition in life may be. The incidents are fresh and natural, the conversations bright and piquant, and the interest well sustained, while incidentally there is a valuable leaven of information.

6 CECIL'S KNIGHT.

By E. B. HOLLIS, author of "Cecil's Cousins," etc. A story of no impossible knight, but of a very real, natural, and manly boy, who, through perseverance, good sense, and genuine courage, fought his way from poverty to success. Illustrated. 12mo. $1.25. "We recommend Cecil's Knight' as an excellent book to put into a boy's hand. Beacon.

7 RED CARL.

By J. J. MESSMER. A story dealing with the labor question, socialism, and temperance, and one of the best, all points considered, that treats of these subjects popularly. Illustrated. 12mo. $1.25.

"It would be difficult to find a healthier, more stimulating, and more suggestive story to put into the hands of the young."

For sale by all booksellers.

THOMAS Y. CROWELL & CO. Astor Place, NEW YORK.

FAMOUS BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE..

FAMOUS MEN OF SCIENCE.

By SARAH K. BOLTON. Short biographical sketches of Galileo, Newton, Linnæus, Cuvier, Humboldt, Audubon, Agassiz, Darwin, Buckland, and others. Illustrated with 15 portraits. 12mo $1.50.

POOR BOYS WHO BECAME FAMOUS.

BY SARAH K. BOLTON. Short biographical sketches of George Peabody, Michael Faraday, Samuel Johnson, Admiral Farragut, Horace Greeley, William Lloyd Garrison, Garibaldi, President Lincoln, and other noted persons who, from humble circumstances, have risen to fame and distinction, and left behind an imperishable record. Illustrated with 24 portraits. 12mo. $1.50.

GIRLS WHO BECAME FAMOUS.

By SARAH K. BOLTON. A companion book to "Poor Boys Who Became Famous." Biographical sketches of Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Eliot, Helen Hunt Jackson, Harriet Hosmer, Rosa Bonheur, Florence Nightingale, Maria Mitchell, and other eminent women. Illustrated with portraits. 12mo. $1.50.

FAMOUS AMERICAN AUTHORS.

By SARAH K. BOLTON. Short biographical sketches of Holmes, Longfellow, Emerson, Lowell, Aldrich, Mark Twain, and other noted writers. Illustrated with portraits. 12mo. $1.50.

FAMOUS AMERICAN STATESMEN.

By SARAH K. BOLTON. A companion book to "Famous American Authors." Biographical sketches of Washington, Franklin, Jefferson, Hamilton, Webster, Sumner, Garfield, and others. Illustrated with portraits. 12mo. $1.50.

FAMOUS RULERS.

BOYS' BOOK OF By LYDIA HOYT FARMER. Lives of Agamemnon, Julius Cæsar, Charlemagne, Frederick the Great, Richard Cœur de Lion, Robert Pruce, Napoleon, and other heroes of historic fame. Fully illustrated with portraits and numerous engravings. 12mo. $1.50.

GIRLS' BOOK OF FAMOUS QUEENS.

By LYDIA HOYT FARMER. A companion book to "Boys' Book of Famous Rulers." Lives of Cleopatra, Queen Elizabeth, Catherine de Medici, Josephine, Victoria, Eugénie, etc. 12mo, cloth. 85 illustrations. $1.50.

LIFE OF LA FAYETTE, the Knight of Liberty.

By LYDIA HOYT FARMER. A glowing narrative of the life of this renowned general, with 5S illustrations. 12mo. $1.50.

As a large portion of the material presented in this volume has been gathered from French works never before translated and which are now out of print, and also from original files of newspapers, and various manuscripts written by members of the La Fayette family, a more complete life of General La Fayette is here offered than has before appeared, either in this country or in Europe.

THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. Pictures of the Reign of Terror.

By LYDIA HOYT FARMER. With 35 illustrations. 12mo. $1.50.

To those who have not the leisure to make an exhaustive study of this remarkable epoch in the world's history, this volume offers a rapid and clear résumé of its most important events and thrilling scenes.

THOMAS Y. CROWELL & CO.,

Astor Place, NEW YORK.

EIGHT BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE.

By JA K

12mo. Illustrated $1.25 per Vol.

ROLF AND HIS FRIENDS.

LATEST VOLUME IN THIS POPULAR SERIES.

A healthful, stimulating story, showing the advantage that every boy must necessarily gain from association with intelligent, progressive young people, no matter what their color or condition in life may be. The incidents are fresh and natural, the conversations bright and piquant, and the interest well sustained, while incidentally there is a valuable leaven of information.

SCOTCH CAPS.

"A very bright story of academy life."- Boston Home Journal. "One of the author's best."- Toledo Blade.

"Full of adventure." - Milwaukee Sentinel.

"The more of such books we have, the better."- Omaha World. BIRCHWOOD.

"A hearty, honest boys' book, which young people are sure to enjoy.” — N. Y. Mail and Express.

"An eminently wholesome and good book." - Zion's Herald.

"An excellent story for boys, inculcating the valuable truth that whether a boy be rich or poor he should learn to work. There is also a good temperance lesson taught; and it is all told in a simple way, that ought to interest young readers."- Literary World.

RIVERSIDE MUSEUM.

"Thoroughly healthy in tone." - Nation.

"A very charming story for young folks."- Inter-Ocean.

"In a pleasant, easy style, the writer shows how children aiming at improvement can find around a village the objects in Nature which develop thought and knowl. edge." Christian Intelligencer.

THE FITCH CLUB.

"A very interesting and very profitable story."- Hartford Post.

"The author has a happy way of telling a story in just the style calculated to interest boys."- Christian Union.

"A pure and interesting story for the boys and girls. Ways and means of doing many useful things are so naturally and pleasantly told that the information does not appear like teaching, but like story-telling." - Kansas City Times.

PROFESSOR JOHNNY.

"An admirable book for teaching boys the science of common things."- Home Journal.

"Combines scientific information, wise moral instruction, and capital entertainment in good proportions."- The Congregationalist. "It is characterized by that uncommon thing WHO SAVED THE SHIP.

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"Good wholesome reading." - Milwaukee Sentinel.
"One of the brightest books of the season.
"Admirable in tone, and full of interest.".

THE GIANT DWARF.

Christian Index.

- Ohio State Journal. Boston Traveller.

"Young and old will read the story with pleasure.". Philadelphia Inquirer. "The author of Birchwood,' Prof. Johnny,' and other tales, will always be sure of a welcome among young people, and The Giant Dwarf' will be found to rank among his most fascinating work." - Boston Traveller.

For sale by all booksellers.

THOMAS Y. CROWELL & CO., Publishers, New York.

CROWELL'S NEW BOOKS.

1 A HISTORY OF FRANCE. BY VICTOR DURUY, member of the French Academy. Abridged and translated from the seventeenth French edition, by Mrs. M. CAREY, with an introductory notice and a continuation to the year 1889 by J. FRANKLIN JAMESON, Ph.D., Professor of History in Brown University. With 13 engraved colored maps. In one volume. 12mo. Cloth, $2.00. Half calf, $4.00.

"Of all the short summaries of French history, this is probably the best." Ex-President ANDREW D. WHITE, Cornell University.

A book widely desired by schools, colleges, and libraries, students, and general

readers.

2 CONVENIENT HOUSES AND HOW TO BUILD THEM. By Louis H.

GIBSON, Architect.

"Architect and housewife, a journey through the house, fifty convenient houseplans, practical house-building for the owner, business points in building, how to pay for a home." With a large variety of plans and photographs of interiors and exteriors of ideal homes, varying in cost from $1,000 to $10,000. Bound in cloth. Square 8vo. $2.50.

3 A CENTURY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE. Selected and arranged by HUNTINGTON SMITH.

A new and popular hand-book of American literature, comprising selections from a hundred authors from Franklin to Lowell, chronologically arranged, with dates of births and deaths, index, and table of contents. 12mo. Cloth, $1.75. Half calf, $3.50.

4 A DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS IN PROSE. From American and foreign authors, including translations from ancient sources. Edited by ANNA L. WARD, compiler of "A Dictionary of Quotations from the Poets." Extremely valuable as a book of reference. Crown 8vo. Cloth, bevelled boards, $2.00. Half calf, $4.00. 5 AD LUCEM. Compiled by MARY LLOYD. Selections of prose and poetry for suffering ones. A dainty gift book. 18mo. Parti-colored cloth, gilt top, $1.00. Seal leather, flexible, $1.75.

6 VICTOR HUGO'S NOVELS. full-page illustrations.

12mo.

New edition, complete in 8 volumes, with over 600
Cloth, gilt top, $15.00.

7 IMPRESSIONS OF RUSSIA. By Dr. GEORG BRANDES, author of "Eminent Authors of the Nineteenth Century." Translated from the Danish by SAMUEL C. EASTMAN, with portrait of the author. 12mo. Cloth, $1.25.

8 MEMOIRS OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. By LOUIS ANTOINE FAUVELET de BOURRIENNE, his Private Secretary. Edited by Col. R. W. PHIPPS. New and revised edition, with 34 full-page portraits, and other illustrations. 4 vols. 12mo. Cloth, plain, $5.00. Cloth, gilt top, paper label, $6.00. Half calf, $12.00. The latest American edition, and the only one with a complete index.

"If you want something to read both interesting and amusing, get the 'Mémoires de Bourrienne.' These are the only authentic memoirs of Napoleon which have as yet appeared." -PRINCE METTERNICH.

9 HER MAJESTY'S TOWER. By W. HEPWORTH DIXON. New edition, complete in one volume. A history of the Tower of London, from the seventh London edition, with 47 illustrations. Royal 12mo. Cloth, $2.00. Half calf, $4.00.

10 CAMBRIDGE BOOK OF POETRY AND SONG. Compiled by CHARLOTTE FISKE BATES. New and revised edition, with 40 reproductions of autograph poems, and 32 full-page illustrations. Over 900 pages. Royal 8vo. Cloth, gilt edges, boxed, $5.00. Full levant, gilt, $10.00. Tree calf, gilt, $10.00.

11 POLISHED STONES AND SHARPENED ARROWS. A collection of Scripture texts and illustrations for the Christian worker and the home. By C. W. BIBB. 12mo. $1.25.

THOMAS Y. CROWELL & CO., Publishers, New York.

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