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MR. JOHN SHEPPARD. MR. CHARLES ROCKWELL.
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The Brilliant Society Novel, “ Not in Their Set, or, In Different Circles of Society.” Illustrated and bound in cloth, $1.5 by mail post-paid on receipt of Price, Lee & Sheps Henry L. Hinton & Co., 744 Broadway, New Yor)
THE HUMOROUS CHAPBOOKS OF SCOTLAND.
BY JOHN FRAZER, late of Glasgow University. By “Chapbooks" is meant the pen:iy histories which, during the last century, formed the chief literature of the Scottish commonalty, and were sold by travelling pedlers, or chapmen. The best known of them relaie the exploits of George Buchanan, John Cheap the Capinan, The Haverel Wives, Jockie and Maggie, &c. These books ufford a pleasant insight into Scottish character, and rescue from a fast-coming obscurity many amusing legends of a people then in a rude stage of civilization. These books will be published in three volumes, the first of which is now ready. The second and third will appear in the course of the Summer and Fall. Price $1.25 per volume. Complete work, $3.00. THE CLUBS OF NEW YORK. WITH AN ACCOUNT OF THE
Origin, Progress, Present Condition, and membership of the leading Clubs. An essay on New York Club Life, with pen portraits of the most prom'nent club men. By F. G. FAIRFIELD. Large 12mo. Cloth Extra, Gilt Top, $2.25,
This book cannot fail to be interesting to those who are already acquainted with this gr.at feature of Metropolitan life; and to those who would gain a knowledge of the personal peculiarities and habits of the celebrities (if the Metr .polis, it will be an invaluable manual. It combines the careful research, collection of materials, and perspicuous arraugement of a history, with quaint remarks, and descriptions of character, which give spice and flavor to every page of the narrative. It is published in the most elegant style of printing and binding.
Mr. Fairfield has evidently performed his task with a keen interest in the subject, and great zest of description."— The Tribune. SELLING OUT YE POPE. A SATIRE. BY M. BYER. А
humorous and imaginative description of the pulling down of ccclesiastical and political cobwebs. The Pope, the Devil, Victor Emmanuel; Louis Napoleon, and an American, Buncombe, are the most prominent figures in the scene of the Auction at St. Peter's, where the Pope and his paraphernalia are put up at public vendue.
The satire is humorous rather than sarcastic, and the author holds up his subjects for merriment more than for ridicule. Price 25 cts.
Ready Early in the Fall. PUT TO THE TEST ; A STORY OF A WOMAN'S FAITH.
BY CHARLES CHAMBERLAIN, Jr. The author's faithful dulincation of character, the well-constructed plot, the simple touching faith of the heroine in her young conscript husband, and the patient indurance which she exhibits in her long search for him, combine to make this book one of those few good novels where the word “ finis" is never welcome and where the volume is closed by the sympathetic reader with a feeling of regret. MY COMRADES. Y COMRADES. A STORY OF THE HUDSON. BY
HOWARD IIINTON. Containing interesting adventures among the Higblands, and giving, by way of cpisode, a mélange of the History and Legendary Lore of the Hudson.
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Adapted from the Text of the Cambridge Editors, with Introductory Remarks, &c
BY HENRY L. HINTON.
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Of this adaptation of Macbeth as cast for its first representation at Booth's Theatre, New York,
generals of the king's army.
noblemen of Scotland.
Sexton, an officer attending on Macbeth.
A Messenger.. A Sergeant.
A Servant. A Porter
Second Murderer ..
HECATE.. First Witch. Second Witch Third Witch ..
SCENE : Scotland : England.
NOTE — The asterisks that occasionally appear in the text refer to the glossarv,