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Idice, 1759.09.294

JUN 1 2 1909

TRANSFERRED TO
BARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY

June 12, 1929

COPYRIGHT, 1908, BY.

FANNY E. COE.

ENTERED AT STATIONERS' HALL, LONDON.

COE 4TH R.

W. P. I

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THE BIBLE. Daniel in the Lions' Den

DIAZ, ABBY MORTON. The Story of Florinda

GREENWOOD, GRACE. Little Norah and the Blarney Stone
TAYLOR, BAYARD. The Little Post Boy

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HISTORICAL STORIES

COE, FANNY E. Tad Lincoln, a President's Son

DICKENS, CHARLES, AND HELEN M. FRIES. The White Ship
DOYLE, FRANCIS HASTINGS. The Red Thread of Honor.

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ANDERSEN, HANS CHRISTIAN. What the Old Man does is always

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

THE Compiler of this reading book wishes to express her grateful acknowledgments to the following publishing houses for their courtesy in granting certain copyright privileges:

The selections from T. B. Aldrich, J. G. Whittier, Sarah Orne Jewett, M. E., O. W. Hólmes, J. R. Lowell, H. W. Longfellow, and Bayard Taylor are used by special permission of Houghton, Mifflin & Co.

Acknowledgments are also made to Little, Brown & Co. for selections by Helen Hunt Jackson and by Mary P. W. Smith; to Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Co. for Mrs. Abby Morton Diaz's "Story of Florinda"; to Ginn & Co. for a selection from Dole's translation of Spyri's "Heidi "; to Charles Scribner's Sons for "Picture Books in Winter" by R. L. Stevenson and for "The Duel" by Eugene Field; to G. P. Putnam's Sons, New York and London, for a selection from Bayard Taylor's "Boys of Other Countries"; to G. P. Putnam's Sons and to Mrs. Jasmine Stone Van Dresser for "The Thirteen Jeweled Letters "; to Longmans, Green, & Co. for the extract by Miss Alleyne from Lang's "Animal Story Book"; to Frederick A. Stokes & Co. for the selection from S. R. Crockett's "Sir Toady Lion"; to Dodd, Mead & Co. for an extract from "The Schonberg-Cotta Family" by Mrs. Charles; to the W. B. Clarke Co. for "The Flag" by Arthur Macy; to Henry Holcomb Bennett for "The Flag goes By"; and to Rossiter W. Raymond for a selection from "The Man in the Moon and Other Stories," published by the author, at 99 John Street, New York.

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