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ROUTLEDGE'S NEW SERIES
, In Volumes varying from ONE to TWO SHILLINGS,
Fcap. 8vo, bound in fancy boards.
1. The Curse of Gold. (13.) By R. W. JAMIESON.
“ Is written with considerable skill and graphic power. Many of the incidents are highly dramatic."-Morning Post.
“The chord of interest is early and cleverly struck, and it vibrates unceasingly, with more or less intensity, throughout every page of the volume."-Scotsman. 2. The Family Feud. (28.) By ADAM HORNBOOK, Author
of “ Alderman Ralph.” “Is for freshness, vigour, and variety, worth any half-dozen novels
There are such life-like descriptions, and the incidents are so romantic, that the reader is carried on without delaying to criticise.”— Atheneum. 3. The Serf Sisters; or, the Russia of To-day. (1s.) By
JOAN HARWOOD, Author of “ Stamboul, the City of Gems." “ In this work are many scenes of passionate utterance, and Mr. Harwood shows himself a master of situation. This book is interesting for its realities of Russian life at the present time. They are doubtless as real as anything in the pages of the English woman, whose pen has been a most damaging weapon to the holiness of holy'Russía.”—Douglas Jerrold's Newspaper, 4. The Pride of the Mess; a Naval Novel of the Crimean
War. (1s. 6d.) By the Author of “ Cavendish.” “ The sea tales of the author of Cavendish' have all the vivacity and spirit of Marryat's best works, and this new volume, The Pride of the Mess,' brings prominently to our notice many of the heroes of our country, now in the Crimea."
Now ready, the Second Edition, 5. Frank Hilton; or, the Queen's Own. (28.) By JAMES
GRANT, Author of the “Romance of War,” “ Philip Rollo." “ Mr. Grant has won for himself a name as popular as any author of the day. With the pathos of Maxwell, as shown in his ‘Stories of Waterloo, he unites the drollery of Lever in his · Charles O'Malley;'and now that Frank Hilton' is for the first time produced for two shillings, we can promise it a most decided success.
Now ready, the Twenty-Fourth Thousand, 6. My Brother's Wife. (1s. 6d.) By AMELIA B. EDWARDS.
“ Is an uncommon work, deservedly styled an original novel.”—Globe. 7. Adrien; or, Parent Power. (1s. 6d.) By A. M. MAILLARD, Author of “ Zingra the Gipsy,” &c., &c.
In the press, fcap. 8vo, 28., 8. The Yellow Frigate; or, the Three Sisters. By JAMES Grant, Author of "'Frank Hilton,"
," “ Romance of War,” &c., &c. GEORGE ROUTLEDG