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Waitaruna: A Story of New Zealand Life


Erema; or, My Father's Sin . See Blackmore .

Etcher (The). Containing 36 Examples of the Original Etched-work of Celebrated Artists, amongst others: Birket Foster, J. E. Hodgson, R.A., Colin Hunter, J. P. Heseltine, Robert W. Macbeth, R. S. Chattock, H. R. Robertson, &c., &c. Imperial 4to, cloth extra, gilt edges, 2l. 12s. 6d.

Eton . See "Day of my Life," "Out of School," "About Some Fellows."

Evans (C.) Over the Hills and Far Away . By C. Evans . One Volume, crown 8vo, cloth extra, 10s. 6d.

Evans (C.) A Strange Friendship . Crown 8vo, cloth, 5s.

Eve of Saint Agnes (The). By John Keats . Illustrated with Nineteen Etchings by Charles O. Murray. Folio, cloth extra, 21s. An Edition de Luxe on large paper, containing proof impressions, has been printed, and specially bound, 3l. 3s.

Farm Ballads . By Will Carleton . Boards, 1s.; cloth, gilt edges, 1s. 6d.

Fern Paradise (The): A Plea for the Culture of Ferns . By F. G. Heath . New Edition, entirely Rewritten, Illustrated with Eighteen full-page, numerous other Woodcuts, including 8 Plates of Ferns and Four Photographs, large post 8vo, cloth, gilt edges, 12s. 6d. Sixth Edition. In 12 Parts, sewn, 1s. each.

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Fern World (The). By F. G. Heath . Illustrated by Twelve Coloured Plates, giving complete Figures (Sixty-four in all) of every Species of British Fern, printed from Nature; by several full-page Engravings. Cloth, gilt, 6th Edition, 12s. 6d.

"Mr. Heath has really given us good, well-written descriptions of our native Ferns, with indications of their habitats, the conditions under which they grow naturally, and under which they may be cultivated"—Athenæum .

Few (A) Hints on Proving Wills . Enlarged Edition, 1s.

First Steps in Conversational French Grammar . By F. Julien . Being an Introduction to "Petites Leçons de Conversation et de Grammaire," by the same Author. Fcap. 8vo, 128 pp., 1s.

Flooding of the Sahara (The). See Mackenzie .

Food for the People; or, Lentils and other Vegetable Cookery . By E. E. Orlebar . Third Thousand. Small post 8vo, boards, 1s.

Fool's Errand (A). By One of the Fools. Author of Bricks without Straw. Crown 8vo, cloth extra, with numerous Illustrations, 8s. 6d.

Footsteps of the Master . See Stowe (Mrs. Beecher).

Forbidden Land (A): Voyages to the Corea . By G. Oppert . Numerous Illustrations and Maps. Demy 8vo, cloth extra, 21s.

Four Lectures on Electric Induction . Delivered at the Royal Institution, 1878-9. By J. E. H. Gordon, B.A. Cantab. With numerous Illustrations. Cloth limp, square 16mo, 3s.

Foreign Countries and the British Colonies . Edited by F. S. Pulling, M.A., Lecturer at Queen's College, Oxford, and formerly Professor at the Yorkshire College, Leeds. A Series of small Volumes descriptive of the principal Countries of the World by well-known Authors, each Country being treated of by a Writer who from Personal Knowledge is qualified to speak with authority on the Subject. The Volumes average 180 crown 8vo pages each, contain 2 Maps and Illustrations, crown 8vo, 3s. 6d.