TALES FOR THE PEOPLE
AND THEIR CHILDREN.
The greatest care has been taken in selecting the works of
which the collection is composed, so that nothing either
mediocre in talent, or immoral in tendency, is admitted.
Each volume is printed on the finest paper, is illustrated
with an elegant frontispiece, and is bound in a superior
manner, tastefully ornamented.
The following are comprised in the series, uniform in size and style:-
THE POPLAR GROVE; or, Little Harry and his Uncle Benjamin
By Mrs. Copley. 37 1-2 cents.
EARY FRIENDSHIPS. By Mrs. Copley. 37 1-2 cents.
THE CROFTON BOYS. By Harriet Martineau. 37 1-2 cents.
'Xm FPEASANT AND THE PRINC GE. By Harriet Martineau. 37 1-2 cts-
NORWAY AND THE NORWEGIANS; or, Feats on the Fiord. By
Harriet Martineau. 374 cents.
MASTERMAN READY; or the Wreck of the Pacific. Written for
Young Peeple. By Captain Niai ratt. Three volunies; each 374 cents.
THE LOOKING- GLASS FOR HE MIND; or, Intellectual Mirror.
An elegant collection of Delightful Stories and Tales: many plates. 50 cts
HOPE ON, HOPE EVER; or the Boyhood of Felix Law. By Mary
Howitt. 374 cents
STRIVE AND THRIVE; a Tale. By Mary Howitt. 371 cents.
BOWING AND REAPING; or, What will Come of It By Mary
Howitt. 374 cents.
WHO SHALL BE GREATEST a Tale. By Mary 1Iowitt. 374 cts.
WHICH IS THE WISER or, People Abroad. Bv Mary llowitt. 37i cts.
LITTLE COIN MUCH CARE; or, How Poor People Live. By Mary
Howitt. 37' cents.
WORK AND WAGES; or, Life in Service. By Mary Ilowitt. 37 cts
ALICE FRANKLIN By Mary Howitt.
NO SENSE LIKE COMMON SENSE. By Mary llowitt.
THE DANGERS OF DINING OUT; or, Hints to those who would
make Home Happy. To which is added the Confessions of a Maniac.
By Mrs. Ellis. 371 cents.
SOMERVILLE HALL; or, Hints to those who would make Rome
Happ. To which is added the Rising Tide. By Mrs. Ellis. 371 cents.
FIZZ IMPRESSIONS; or, Hints to those who would make Home
By Mrs. Ellis. 371 cents.
ISTER'S FAMILY; or, Hints to those who would make Home
Happy. By Mrs. Ellis. 37 cents.
TH g TWIN SISTERS; a Tale. By Mrs. Sandham. 374 cents.
TIRED OF HOUSE-KEEPING; a Tale. By T S. Arthur. 374 cents.
"Messrs. Appleton Co deserve the highest praise for the excellent
manner in which they have ' got up ' their juvenile library, and we sincere-
I hope that its success will be so great as to induce theint to make con-
tInual contributions to its treasures. The collection is one which should
be owned by every parent who wishes that the moral and intellectual im-
rovement of his children should keep pace with their giowth in years, and
go development of their physical powers."-Boston Times.