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Maine (Maine, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
s. Stowe a place in that high rank of novelists who can give us a national life in all its phases, popular and aristocratic, humorous and tragic, political and religious.--Westminster Review (London). Agnes of Sorrento. An Italian Romance. 12mo, $1.50. In this story a plot of rare interest is wrought out, amid the glowing scenery of Italy, with the author's well-known dramatic skill. The Pearl of Orr's Island. 12mo, $1.50. The scene of this charming tale is laid upon the coast of Maine. The author's familiar knowledge of New England rural life renders the volume especially attractive. A story of singular pathos and beauty.--North American Review. The minister's Wooing. 12mo, $1.50. In this volume Mrs. Stowe has reproduced the New England of two generations ago. It deals with the noblest and most rugged traits of New England character. My wife and I; or, Harry Henderson's History. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. This book first appeared as a serial
Sorrento (Italy) (search for this): chapter 28
ew Edition from new plates. 12mo, $1.50. This volume was originally published under the title Dred. It has a close connection with Uncle Tom's Cabin, the object of both being to picture life at the South as it was under the regime of slavery. Uncle Tom and Dred will assure Mrs. Stowe a place in that high rank of novelists who can give us a national life in all its phases, popular and aristocratic, humorous and tragic, political and religious.--Westminster Review (London). Agnes of Sorrento. An Italian Romance. 12mo, $1.50. In this story a plot of rare interest is wrought out, amid the glowing scenery of Italy, with the author's well-known dramatic skill. The Pearl of Orr's Island. 12mo, $1.50. The scene of this charming tale is laid upon the coast of Maine. The author's familiar knowledge of New England rural life renders the volume especially attractive. A story of singular pathos and beauty.--North American Review. The minister's Wooing. 12mo, $1.50. In t
Sullivan, Moultrie County, Illinois (Illinois, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
uel to My wife and I. Pogancuc people. Their loves and lives. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. A story of a New England town, its men and its manners. Old town folks. 12mo, $ .50. Full to repletion of delicate sketches of very original characters, and clever bits of dialogue, and vivid descriptions of natural scenery.--The Spectator (London). Sam Lawson's oldtown fireside stories. Illustrated. New Edition, enlarged. 12mo, $1.50. Contents: The Ghost in the Mill; The Sullivan Looking-Glass; The Minister's Housekeeper; The Widow's Bandbox; Captain Kidd's Money; Mis' Elderkin's pitcher ; The Ghost in the Cap'n Brown House; Colonel Eph's Shoe-Buckles; The Toothacre's-Fight; How to Fight the Devil; Laughina in Meetina; The Toothacre's Ghost Story; The Parson's Horse Race; Oldtown Fireside Talks of the Revolution; A Student's Sea Story. These stories will prove a mine of genuine fun; pictures of a time, place, and state of society which are like nothing on this si
New England (United States) (search for this): chapter 28
ne of this charming tale is laid upon the coast of Maine. The author's familiar knowledge of New England rural life renders the volume especially attractive. A story of singular pathos and beautyeview. The minister's Wooing. 12mo, $1.50. In this volume Mrs. Stowe has reproduced the New England of two generations ago. It deals with the noblest and most rugged traits of New England charaNew England character. My wife and I; or, Harry Henderson's History. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. This book first appeared as a serial in the Christian Union, New York. The author dedicates it to tgancuc people. Their loves and lives. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. A story of a New England town, its men and its manners. Old town folks. 12mo, $ .50. Full to repletion of delicaed.--The Atheneum (London). The mayflower, and other sketches. 12mo, $1.50. A series of New England sketches, many of which have become household stories throughout the land. The above eleve
America (Netherlands) (search for this): chapter 28
tful stories — the best of reading for young folks. Palmetto leaves. Sketches of Florida. Illustrated. 16mo, $1.50. Any one who wishes a delightful excursion to the land of flowers has only to turn over these Palmetto leaves and he has it.--New York Observer. House and home papers. 16mo, $1.50. Contents: The Ravages of a Carpet; Home-Keeping versus House-Keeping; What is a Home? The Economy of the Beautiful; Raking up the Fire; The Lady who does her own Work; What can be got in America; Economy; Servants; Cookery; Our House; Home Religion. An invaluable volume, and one which should be owned and consulted by every one who has a house, or who wants a home.--The Congregationalist (Boston.) Little foxes. Common Household Faults. 16mo, $1.50. The foxes are,--Fault-Finding, Irritability, Repression, Persistence, Intolerance, Discourtesy, Exactingness. Mrs. Stowe has made essays as entertaining as stories, enlivened with wit, seasoned with sense, glowing with the most
Palmetto (Florida, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
$1.25. A dog's mission, etc. Illustrated. Square 12mo, $1.25. Queer little people. Illustrated. Square 12mo, $1.25. These three Juvenile books, $3.75. Three collections of delightful stories — the best of reading for young folks. Palmetto leaves. Sketches of Florida. Illustrated. 16mo, $1.50. Any one who wishes a delightful excursion to the land of flowers has only to turn over these Palmetto leaves and he has it.--New York Observer. House and home papers. 16mo, $1.50. CPalmetto leaves and he has it.--New York Observer. House and home papers. 16mo, $1.50. Contents: The Ravages of a Carpet; Home-Keeping versus House-Keeping; What is a Home? The Economy of the Beautiful; Raking up the Fire; The Lady who does her own Work; What can be got in America; Economy; Servants; Cookery; Our House; Home Religion. An invaluable volume, and one which should be owned and consulted by every one who has a house, or who wants a home.--The Congregationalist (Boston.) Little foxes. Common Household Faults. 16mo, $1.50. The foxes are,--Fault-Finding, Irritabi
Shawanese (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
History. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. This book first appeared as a serial in the Christian Union, New York. The author dedicates it to the many dear, bright young girls whom she is so happy as to number among her choicest friends. We and our neighbors. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. This is a sequel to My wife and I. Pogancuc people. Their loves and lives. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. A story of a New England town, its men and its manners. Old town folks. 12mo, $ .50. Full to repletion of delicate sketches of very original characters, and clever bits of dialogue, and vivid descriptions of natural scenery.--The Spectator (London). Sam Lawson's oldtown fireside stories. Illustrated. New Edition, enlarged. 12mo, $1.50. Contents: The Ghost in the Mill; The Sullivan Looking-Glass; The Minister's Housekeeper; The Widow's Bandbox; Captain Kidd's Money; Mis' Elderkin's pitcher ; The Ghost in the Cap'n Brown House; Colonel Eph's Shoe
Orrs Island (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): chapter 28
the South as it was under the regime of slavery. Uncle Tom and Dred will assure Mrs. Stowe a place in that high rank of novelists who can give us a national life in all its phases, popular and aristocratic, humorous and tragic, political and religious.--Westminster Review (London). Agnes of Sorrento. An Italian Romance. 12mo, $1.50. In this story a plot of rare interest is wrought out, amid the glowing scenery of Italy, with the author's well-known dramatic skill. The Pearl of Orr's Island. 12mo, $1.50. The scene of this charming tale is laid upon the coast of Maine. The author's familiar knowledge of New England rural life renders the volume especially attractive. A story of singular pathos and beauty.--North American Review. The minister's Wooing. 12mo, $1.50. In this volume Mrs. Stowe has reproduced the New England of two generations ago. It deals with the noblest and most rugged traits of New England character. My wife and I; or, Harry Henderson's Histor
H. O. Houghton (search for this): chapter 28
l characterized by the genius of Mrs. Stowe.... In all, there is a profound appreciation of the inner life of religion,--a wrestling for nearness to God.--American Christian Review. Flowers and fruit, selected from the Writings of Harriet Beecher Stowe. 16mo, $1.00. A charming little book . . . full of sweet passages, and bright, discerning, wise, and in the best sense of the term, witty sayings of our greatest American novelist.--Chicago Advance. Dialogues and scenes from the writings of Mrs. Stowe. For use in School Entertainments. Selected by Emily Weaver. In Riverside Literature Series, extra number E. 16mo, paper, 15 cents, net. The selections are from some of Mrs. Stowe's most true-to-life scenes,--full of pathos and mirth. ... Nine most charming dialogues.--School Journal (New York). *** For sale by all Booksellers. Sent, post-paid, on receipt of price by the Publishers, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 4 Park Street, Boston; 11 East 17th Street, New York.
Harry Henderson (search for this): chapter 28
Pearl of Orr's Island. 12mo, $1.50. The scene of this charming tale is laid upon the coast of Maine. The author's familiar knowledge of New England rural life renders the volume especially attractive. A story of singular pathos and beauty.--North American Review. The minister's Wooing. 12mo, $1.50. In this volume Mrs. Stowe has reproduced the New England of two generations ago. It deals with the noblest and most rugged traits of New England character. My wife and I; or, Harry Henderson's History. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. This book first appeared as a serial in the Christian Union, New York. The author dedicates it to the many dear, bright young girls whom she is so happy as to number among her choicest friends. We and our neighbors. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. This is a sequel to My wife and I. Pogancuc people. Their loves and lives. New Edition. Illustrated. 12mo, $1.50. A story of a New England town, its men and its manne
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