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Mr. Grant White combines the qualifications of a perfect editor of Shakespeare in larger roportion than any other with whose labors we are acquainted. He has an acuteness in acing the finer fibres of thought worthy of the keenest lawyer on the scent of a devious ail of circumstantial evidence; he has a sincere desire to illustrate his author rather an himself; he is a man of the world as well as a scholar; he comprehends the mastery sic,reciates the i rh, the higher m oj C0 BELJ LOV
The Riverside Literature Series.
With Introductions, Notes, Historical Sketches, and Biographical Sketches. Each regular single number, paper, 15 cents.
1. Longfellow's Evangeline.* ‡‡
2. Longfellow's Courtship of Miles Standish; Elizabeth.*
3. Longfellow's Courtship of Miles Standish. DRAMATIZED. 4. Whittier's Snow-Bound, and Other Poems.*
5. Whittier's Mabel Martin, and Other Poems.**
6. Holmes's Grandmother's Story of Bunker Hill Battle, etc.**
10. Hawthorne's Biographical Stories. With Questions.**
15. Lowell's Under the Old Elm, and Other Poems.**
16. Bayard Taylor's Lars: a Pastoral of Norway; and Other Poems. 17, 18. Hawthorne's Wonder-Book. In two parts.‡
19, 20. Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography. In two parts.
21. Benjamin Franklin's Poor Richard's Almanac, etc.
22, 23. Hawthorne's Tanglewood Tales. In two parts.‡
24. Washington's Rules of Conduct, Letters and Addresses.*
25, 26. Longfellow's Golden Legend. In two parts.‡
27. Thoreau's Succession of Forest Trees, Sounds, and Wild Apples. With a Biographical Sketch by R. W. EMERSON.
28. John Burroughs's Birds and Bees.**
29. Hawthorne's Little Daffy downdilly, and Other Stories.** 30. Lowell's Vision of Sir Launfal, and Other Pieces.* ** 31. Holmes's My Hunt after the Captain, and Other Papers.** 32. Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Speech, and Other Papers. 33, 34, 35. Longfellow's Tales of a Wayside Inn. In three parts.‡‡ 36. John Burroughs's Sharp Eyes, and Other Papers.** 37. Charles Dudley Warner's A-Hunting of the Deer, etc.* 38. Longfellow's Building of the Ship, and Other Poems. 39. Lowell's Books and Libraries, and Other Papers.
40. Hawthorne's Tales of the White Hills, and Sketches.** 41. Whittier's Tent on the Beach, and Associated Poems.
42. Emerson's Fortune of the Republic, and Other Essays, including the American Scholar.**
43. Ulysses among the Phæacians. From W. C. BRYANT's Translation of Homer's Odyssey.
44. Edgeworth's Waste Not, Want Not; and The Barring Out. 45. Macaulay's Lays of Ancient Rome.*
46. Old Testament Stories in Scripture Language.
47, 48. Fables and Folk Stories. In two parts.‡
49, 50. Hans Andersen's Stories. In two parts. ‡
51, 52. Washington Irving: Essays from the Sketch Book. [51.] Rip Van Winkle, and other American Essays. [52.] The Voyage, and other English Essays. In two parts. ‡
53. Scott's Lady of the Lake. Edited by W. J. ROLFE. With copious notes and numerous illustrations. (Double Number, 30 cents. Also, in Rolfe's Students' Series, cloth, to Teachers, 53 cents.)
Also, bound in linen: * 25 cents. ** 29 and 10 in one vol., 40 cents; likewise 28 and 36, 4 and 5, 6 and 31, 15 and 30, 40 and 69, 11 and 63, 113 and 42. Also in one vol., 40 cents. ‡‡ 1, 4, and 30 also in one vol., 50 cents; likewise 7, 8, and 9; 33. 34, and 35.