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Widely known for their fresh and delightful humour.

1. Pleasure Trip on the Continent of Europe. By MARK TWAIN. 500 pages, 2s. ; or cloth, 3s.

A most enjoyable book. Also issued in two vol. form under the title of

2. "The Innocents Abroad.' By MARK TWAIN. THE VOYAGE OUT. Cloth, neat, 3s. 6d. ; or in paper, 1s.

3. The New Pilgrim's Progress. THE VOYAGE HOME. Cloth, neat, 1s.

4. Burlesque

By MARK TWAIN. 3s. 6d. ; or in raper,

Autobiography."

"First Mediæval Romance," and "ON CHILDREN." By MARK TWAIN. 6d.

*Author's edition, containing twice as much as any other.

5. The Jumping Frog, and other
Sketches. By MARK TWAIN. 1s.
An in mitably funny book.—Saturday Review.

Humorous

6. Eye-openers. A volume of immensely funny sayings, and Stories that will bring a smile upon the gruffest countenance, by the celebrated MARK TWAIN. Cloth, neat, 3s. 6d. ; cheap paper edition, 1s.

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7. Screamers. A gathering of delicious bits and Short Storics, by the renowned MARK TWAIN. Cloth, neat, 3s. 6d. ; cheap paper edition, 1s.

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London: John Camden Hotten, 74 and 75, Picadilly, W.

WORKS BY
BY BRET
BRET HÁRTE,

Widely known for their exquisite pathos and delightful humour.

1. LUCK OF ROARING CAMP, and other Stories. By BRET HARTE. Crown 8vo, toned paper, 3s. 6d. ; a paper

edition, 1s.

The Saturday Review devoted three columns to the praise of these marvellous stories. Chambers's Journal gives several pages under the heading, "A New Trans atlantic Genius." The Spectator is delighted with this new author, and readers are everywhere asking for his looks.

2. THAT HEATHEN CHINEE, and other Humorous Poems. By BRET HARTE. Cloth, very neat, 2s. 6d. ; or in paper, 1s. 6d.

An entirely new style of humour. Since the publication of these poems in this country extracts from them have been copied and re-copied in every newspaper throughout the country, giving the public an infinity of delight.

3. SENSATION NOVELS. Condensed by Bret Harte. Price 2s. 6d., cloth, neat; or in paper, 1s. 6d.

A most enjoyable book. Here are the titles of some of the "Sensation Novels":

SELINA SEDILIA. By Miss M. E. B-dd-n and Mrs. H-n-y W-d.

FANTINE. After the French of Victor Hugo.

TERENCE DEUVILLE. By Ch-l-s L-v-r.

THE DWELLER OF THE THRESHOLD. By Sir Ed-d L-tt-n B-lw-r.

THE NINETY-NINE GUARDSMEN. By Al-x-nd-r D-m-s.

MR. MIDSHIPMAN BREEZY. A Naval Officer. By Captain M-rry-t, N.N.

GUY HEAVYSTONE; OR, "ENTIRE." A Muscular Novel. By the Author of "Sword and Gun."

THE HAUNTED MAN. A Christmas Story. By Ch-r-s D-c-k-ns.

MARY MCGILLUP. A Southern Novel. After Belie Boyd; with an Intro-
duction by G, A. S-la.

MISS MIX. By Ch-l-tte Br-nte.

NO TITLE. By W-lk-e C-ll-ns.

4. LOTHAW: or, the Adventures of a Young Gentleman in Search of a Religion. By MR. BENJAMINS (Bret Harte). Price 6d. Curiously illustrated.

A most mirth-making little volume. Readers of a recent popular novel will enjoy it, and with considerable relish. It is so droll, so entirely new, that it cannot

fail to amuse.

London: John Camden Hotten, 74 and 5, Picadilly, W.

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