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LIST OF CASSELL, PETTER, & GALPIN'S PUBLICATIONS.

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In Weekly Numbers, price ld.; Monthly Parts, 5d. &. 6d.

Amusing and Instructive Gardening. Complete in cloth gilt, 7s. 60.; or very handsomely bound in Experiments.

Health and Physiology. extra cloth gilt, gilt edges, 10s. 6d.

Book-keeping

How to Colour a PhotoCASSELL'S

Business.

graph in Oil or Water.

Chess. ILLUSTRATED ROBINSON CRUSOE, Civil Service.

Investments.

Letter Writing.
With One Hundred Engravings.

County Court Law.
Domestic Recipes.

Natural Philosophy.
Elocution and Oratory.

Our Domestic Pets. In Weekly Numbers, price ld.; Monthly Parts, price 5d. & 6d.

Emergencies.

Photography Complete in cloth gilt, 7s. 6d.; or handsomely bound in extra Etiquette.

Railway Situations. cloth, gilt edges, 10s. 6d., priuted on fine toned paper, CASSELL'S

NEW SERIES OF

ILLUSTRATED GOLDSMITH: THE QUIVER,

THIS VOLUME CONTAINS

Illustrated, and printed on improved paper. PENNY WEEKLY NUMBERS, consisting of Twenty pages in Engraved Wrapper. SIXPENNY MONTHLY PARTS, consisting of 100 pages, or 80 pages with a separate Engraving.

Numbers 1 to 5 now ready. Part I now ready.

The Vicar of Wakefield. The Deserted Village.
The Traveller. The Haunch of Venison.

Retaliation, and other Poems.
She Stoops to Conquer, and the Good-Natured Man.
Edited, with Introductions, and a Life of Goldsmith,

By J. F. WALLER, LL.D., M.R.J.A.

Now ready, price 9d. each, a Series of

FIRST BOOKS OR CATECHISMS.

Uniform with Cassell's Illustrated Bunyan, Shakespeare,

By the Rev. Dr. BREWER, author of “Guide to Science,” &c.
Robinson Crusoe, Goldsmith, &c.

My First Book of Reading and Spelling.
In Weekly Numbers, price ld.; Monthly Parts, price 5d. & 60. My First Book of Bible History.
Printed on fine toned paper.

My First Book of History of England.
CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED

My First Book of Geography.

My First Book of Science. GULLIVER'S TRAVELS. My First Book of Common Things that I see

around me. With an Introduction and Annotations, and a Life of Swift.

The whole of the Six Books bound in One Volume, and formBy J. F. Waller, LL.D., M.R.I.A.

ing a Complete Course of Elementary Knowledge, entitled NUMBER I. now ready, price ld.

THE YOUNG TUTOR,
PART I. ready November 29, price 6d.

cloth, price 3s. 6d.
There will be GIVEN AWAY with No. 1, and also wilh Part I., a
separate engraved FRONTISPIECE, printed on extra thick toned paper.

GUIDE TO EVERY-DAY KNOWLEDGE

By the same Author, 18mo, bound in cloth, 2s. 6d. (Shortly.] In Weekly Numbers, price 1 d.; Monthly Parts, price 7d. Printed on fine toned paper.

Now ready, superbly printed on fine thick toned paper, bound CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY EDITION OF

in cloth, gilt edges, price 78. 6d.

DON QUIXOTE; BEAUTIES OF POETRY

GEMS OF ART:

AND

With about 400 Illustrations, by Gustave Doré. Number I. ready Nov. 16th. Part I. ready Nov. 29th. *** There will be ISSUED GRATIS with No. 1, and also with Part I., a

BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVING, printed separately un thick toned paper, to form a Frontispiece to the Volume.

Illustrated in the bighest style of Art by F. R. PICKERSGILL,

Cope, Dyce, HORSFALL, DUNCAN, SELOUS, TENNIEL, &c.

LONDON : CASSELL, PETTER, & GALPIN, LA BELLE SAUVAGE YARD, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.

In Weekly Numbers, price 1 d., and in Monthly Parts, price 7d.

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DORÉ.

400 ILLUSTRATIONS BY GUSTAVE

NUMBER I. ready Nov. 16th. PART I. ready Nov. 29th.
There will be ISSUED GRATIS with No. 1, and also with Part I., a BEAUTIFUL

ENGRAVING, printed separately on thick toned paper, to form a Frontispiece to the Volume.

N EDITION in English, such as is announced regarded simply as subjects for illustration, that if the Publishers above, of the masterpiece of Miguel de Cer- had not been fortunate enough to secure the productions of a vantes, the prince of Spanish literature, en- painter equal to do justice to the genius of Cervantes, they would

riched with Illustrations by Gustave Doré, is hardly have ventured to offer an Illustrated Edition of this great
so sure of a hearty reception at the hands of the Work to the acceptance of the public. But the pencil of a Doré is
British Public, that the Publishers might well happily equal to reflecting the pen of a Cervantes; and so the

rest satisfied with the simple announcement. Publishers are able to promise that this Edition shall be as worthy
But when it is remembered that Don Quixote of the Work and its Author as Art can make it.
stands pre-eminent as one of the oldest classical spe-
cimens of romantic fiction, as well as one of the most

But the text of Don Quixote is so universally recognised as a

masterpiece of composition, that it would be out of place to lavish un pi lucu vuurg

...jeglica in gho momyou engraved Wrapper, at Sevenpence.

[A SPECIMEN OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS WILL BE FOUND ON THE OTHER SIDE.]

LONDON: CASSELL, PETTER, AND GALPIN, LA BELLE SAUVAGE YARD, E.C.

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In Weekly Numbers, price 1 d., and in Monthly Parts, price 7d.

PRINTED ON FINE TONED PAPER,

CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY EDITION

DON QUIXOTE,

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FOUR HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS

GUSTAVE DORE.
There will be ISSUED GRATIS with No. 1, and also with Part I., a BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVING, printed

separately on thick toned Paper, to form a Frontispiece to the Volume.
EXTRACTS FROM NOTICES OF M. DORÉ'S ILLUSTRATIONS OF "DON QUIXOTE.”
"Whether M. Doré has been employed to illustrate Cervantes, or Cervantes to illustrate M. Doré, will be a nice pro-
blem for the critics of these very handsome and sumptuous volumes, and for the fortunate mortals who can be expected to
become their purchasers."- Saturday Review,

“With a pencil as facile and as graceful as that of Mr. Gilbert, Gustavo Doré combines the gloom of Rombrandt or
Fuseli, and then, again, he is as light and sprightly as Watteau. But the great work before us, 'Don Quixoto,' is his com-
plotest representation of all his remarkable powers as an artist." - Atheneum.

“To travol once again with Don Quixote and Sancho Panza, in company with Gustave Doré, is to enjoy an intimacy with
the Knight we never know before. M. Doré's drawings are boautifully engraved by H. Pisan. The work is a gift for a
king's daughter."-Illustrated Times.
NUMBER 1 ready NOVEMBER 16th, PART I, ready NOVEMBER 29th.

SOLD

ALL BOOKSELLERS.
CASSELL, PETTER, AND GALPIN, LONDON, E.C.

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