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strathmore. By Ouida. [Shortly.
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Joseph's Ooat. By D. C. MURRAY. [Shortly.
Shadow oJ the Sword. R. BucHANAS.fShor/ly.
ChUdren of Gibeon. Walter Besant. [Shortly.
The Orange Girl. By'Walter Besant.
All Sorts and Conditions of Men. Walt. Besant.
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The Deemster. By Hall Caine.
The Shadow of a Crime. By Hall Caine.
A Son of Hagar. By Hall Cainb.
Antonina. By Wilkie Collins._____________
Ihe Heeistone. By Wilkie Collins.
The Woman la White. By Wilkie Collins.
The Dead Secret. By Wilkie Collins.
Man aud Wife. By Wilkie Collins.
The New Magdalen. By Wilkie Collins.
Held in Bondage. By Ouida.
Moths. By OUIDA. I Puck. By Ouida.
tinder Two Flags. By Ouida.
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It is Never Too Late to Mend. Charles Reade.
Hard Cash. By Charles Reade.
Foul Play. By CHARLES Reade.
New Arabian Nights. By R. L. Ste\ hnson.
The Old Factory. By William Westall.
The Downfall. By E. Zola.
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The Cost of Her Pride.
A Fight with Fate.
A Golden Autumn.
A Missing Hero.
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Basb Conclusions. _
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By F. M. ALLEN.—Green as Grass.
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Philistia. I Babylon. The Great Ta'uoo.
For Maimie's Sake,
In all Shades.
The Beckoning Hand.
The Devil's Die.
This Mortal Coll.
The Tents of Shem.
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