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Group Title: St. Nicholas.
Title: Saint Nicholas: Vol. 8, index pt. 2. 1881.
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Title: Saint Nicholas: Vol. 8, index pt. 2. 1881.
Series Title: St. Nicholas.
Uniform Title: Saint Nicholas: Vol. 8, index pt. 2
Alternate Title: Saint Nicholas
Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Publisher: Scribner,
Publication Date: 1881
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Subject: Children's literature -- Periodicals.
Literature for Children
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
General Note: Conducted by Mary Mapes Dodge.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00065513
Volume ID: VID00100
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: notis - ocm0176
oclc - 7405657; (DLC)SF 89099153
oclc - (DLC) 2006255186; 55136171

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NICHOLAS


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YOUNG FOLKS.


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CONDUCTED BY
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DODGE.


VOLUME VIII.
PART II., MAY, 1881, TO OCTOBER, 1881.


THE CENTURY CO. NEW YORK.


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Copyright, 1881, by THE CENTURY CO.


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ST. NICHOLAS:


VOLUME VIII.


PART II.
Six MONTHS-MAY, 1881, TO OCTOBER, 1881.














CONTENTS OF PART II., VOLUME VIII.



PAGE.
A BOY ON THE PLACE. (Illustrated by H. McVickar) ...................... Helene J. Hicks ........... 780
ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S SPEECH AT GETTYSBURG. Copy in fac-simile ...... : ............................. 886
A BROWN-STUDY. Poem. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott)................Margaret Johnson.......... 843
ADVENTURES OF COCQUELICOT. The (Illustrated by L. Hopkins)..........Susan Fenimore Cooper..... 942
AGASSIZ ASSOCIATION. The (Illustrated) ...................................... 572, 654, 734, 814, 892, 972
ALICE IN WONDERLAND. Verses. (Illustrated)... ........................Mary Mapes Dodge........ 875
"A LITTLE OLD WOMAN OF DORKING." Jingle. (Illustrated) .............Annie Huntington ......... 675
AMBITIOUS COLT. The Picture, drawn by ............................... Frank Bellew ............ 870
ANGORA CAT. The True Adventures of an (Illustrated) ......................Anna T. Randall-Diehl .... 749
AN INTRODUCTION. Picture. Drawn by................... ...........Add edyard.............dd 660
AQUARIUM. How to Stock and Keep a Fresh-water (Illustrated by the Author). Daniel C. Beard........... 696
ARAMANTHA MEHITABEL BROWN. Verses. (Illustrated)...................Joel Stacy............... 822
ART AND ARTISTS. Stories of (Illustrated) ............................. Clara Erskine Clement...... 554
676, 947
A. STEELES. The (Illustrated by V. Nehlig)..............................Sarah J. Prichard ......... 577
BABEL. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott)..........................Rosa Graham ....... ...... 512
BAD BIRD. The Story of a (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ...................DavidD. Lloyd .......... 665
BOB'S QUESTION. Picture. Drawn by.................................Winslo Homer.......... 664
BONNY BLUE BOWL. The Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ..... Margaret Johnson .......... 843
BOOMEO BOY. The (Illustrated by L. Hopkins)........................... Wn. W. Newton ......... 846
BOTTOMLESS BLACK POND. The (Illustrated by W. L. Sheppard) ..........John Lewees.............. 502
BOY ON THE PLACE. A (Illustrated by H. McVickar) ....................Helene J. Hicks......... 780
BOY WHO PLAYED TRUANT. The (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan).......... .Alice Williams Brotherton.. 956
BROWN-STUDY. A Poem. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ..............Mary Mapes Dodge ........ 737
BUILDERS BY THE SEA. Verses. (Illustrated by C. A. Northam) ........... W T. Peters............. 779
BUTTERFLIES. Poem ................. .............. ............... Susan Hartley Swett ....... 606
CAMPS. Game. Adapted by ............................................ G.B. Bartlett ............ 747
" CANDY IS NOT GOOD FOR CHILDREN." Picture. Drawn by...... ........ Addie Ledyard............. 596
CAPTAIN SARAH BATES. (Illustrated by Julian O. Davidson and H. P. Share). Charles Barnard........... 670
CASTLE OF BIM. The (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell)................ ..... .Frank R. Stockton......... 899
CATAPULT SNAKE. The (Illustrated by L. Hopkins)................... ....F. Blake Crofton... ..... :. 723
CATHIE'S STORY .............................................. ..Anna BoyntonAverill...... 770
CHAM. Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan)............. ...........Eva L. Ogden .........766, 813
CHAPTER ON SOAP-BUBBLES. A (Illustrated by the Author) ................Daniel C. Beard............ 524
CHILDREN'S ARTIST. The (Illustrated) ........................ ........J. L...................... 607
CROW'S NEST. The Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott)............ .Margaret Johnson. ......... 936
CURIOUS TRAP. A (Illustrated by James C. Beard)........................C. F. Holder ............. 857
"CUT BEHIND !" Picture. Drawn by ................................... C. Weaver ............... 718
DAME TOAD. Verses. (Illustrated by H. L. Stephens)..................... Fleta Forrester. ............ 807
DANDELION. The Verses ............. ...... ............. ..............Mary N. Prescott .......... 567
DAY UNDER-GROUND. A (Illustrated) ................................... David Ker ................ 663
DECORATIVE. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott).................................... ...... 687
DENGREMONT. Eugenio Mauricio (With portrait)......................... .Mrs. John P. Morgan...... 720
DOG LOST! Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins).........................S. K. Bourne ............. 719
DORA AND HER KITTEN. Picture. Drawn by............................. Addie Ledyard. .......... 523
DOROTHY'S 'RIDE. (Illustrated by V. Nehlig) ............................. .Mrs. C. E. Cheney ....... 848
DRAGON-FLY'S BENEFIT. The Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ....... .Helen K. Spofford .......... 844







CONTENTS.


PAGE.
DUCKY DADDLES. (Illustrated by H. L. Stephens) .................... .... Helen F. More ............ 858
ELF AND THE SPIDER. The Poem. (Illustrated by Mrs. M. Richardson) .. .Mary Mapes Dodge ........ 753
ENCHANTMENT. Verses. (Illustrated) .................. .................Margaret Vandegrift ....... 589
EUGENIO MAURICIO DENGREMONT. (Illustrated) .... ......................Mrs. John P. Morgan...... 720
FAIRIES. Poem ..................................................... Hannah R. Hudson........ 725
FLAT-BOATING FOR BOYS. (Illustrated by the Author)..................... Daniel C. Beard ... ...... 773
FLY-WHEEL. Under a (Illustrated by V. Nehlig) ......................... Henry Clemens Pearson ..... 744
FOUNDLING. A Strange (Illustrated by the Author) .......................Frank Bellew. ............ 784
FOUNTAIN IN THE PARK. The Picture. Drawn by...................... R. F. Bunner. ............ 606
FOURTH OF JULY AT TOM ELLIOTT'S HOUSE. Verses .................... Sarah J. Burke ........... 660
FOURTH OF JULY NIGHT. Picture. Drawn by..... ...................... Addie Ledyard ............ 710
FRENCH PIECE FOR TRANSLATION. (Illustrated by "Sphinx ").............. F. M. E.................. 704
FROG'S TEA-PARTY. The Verses. (Illustrated by H. McVickar)............ ......................... 616
FROM SANDY HOOK TO THE LIGHT-SHIP. (Illustrated by Granville Perkins).-John V Sears............. 738
GIANT PICTURE-BOOK. The Tableaux-vivants ............................. BG,. Bartlett. ............ 645
GOOD LITTLE GIRL AND THE COLD LITTLE BOY. The Jingles. (Illustrated) .A. K. C................... 850
GREAT-GRANDMOTHER. My (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren). ............ Emily Huntington Miller. .. 507
GRINDSTONE. On a (Illustrated by V. Nehlig)............................ Henry Clemens Pearson..... 519
GULF-STREAM. Waifs from the (Illustrated)..................... ..........Fred. A. Ober .... ....... 549
HEAD-DRESSES OF ANIMALS. (Illustrated by the Author) ................... Sphinx ................... 566
How BOBBY'S VELOCIPEDE RAN AWAY. ..................................H. BW. Blake.............. 657
How MIss JENKINS "GOT OUT OF IT" ................................ Mvary C. Bartlett.......... 751
How PEGGY AND JOHNNY ILLUSTRATED A TABLEAU-VIVANT. (Illustrated) ............................ 861
How POLLY WENT TO THE MAY-PARSY ....... .......................... Mary Bradley............. 546
How SHOCKING! Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott). ..............Mary Mapes Dodge........ 585
How TO BE TAKEN CARE OF ............................................Susan Anna Brown........ 941
How TO MAKE A NET WITHOUT A NEEDLE. (Illustrated by the Author). ... .lenry W Troy ........... 726
How TO MAKE DOLLS OF CORN-HUSKS AND FLOWERS. (Illustrated) ................................ 828
How TOM WALLEN WENT ABOARD. (Illustrated by Rufus F. Zogbaum)... Frank R. Stockton......... 823
How TO STOCK AND KEEP A FRESH-WATER AQUARIUM. (Illustrated) ..... Daniel C. Beard........... 696
How WE BELLED THE RAT, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. (Illustrated by Lizzie WChampne...... 93
J. Wells Champney) ................................... ............
HYRAX. Master (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ............................ Henrietta H. Holdic......... 873
IN NATURE'S WONDERLAND. (Illustrated by Hermann Faber)...............Felix L. Oswald ........... 538
621, 712, 786, 853, 926
INTRODUCTION. An Picture drawn by ..................... ...........AddeLedyard........... 660
ITALIAN FISHER-BOY MENDING HIS NETS. An Picture. Drawn by. ....... M. S. Scannell......... 645
"I WONDERED WHAT MADE ROBIN SAD." Poem .......................... George Newell Lovejoy ...... 523
JINGLES .......................................................... ......50, 545, 675, 746, 850, 909, 924
JOHN. Verses..................................... .... ..... ......... S. M Chatfeld. .......... 526
JUNE DAY. A Poem ........................................ James Russell Lowell................. 634
KING AND THE CLOWN. The Verses. (Illustrated by the Author)........ .Palmer Cox ............... 552
KITE, AND WHAT HUNG THEREFROM. The Tail of a.................. ....Sophie Swett ............... 932
KNITTING SONG. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott)............... .Margaret Johnson ......... 960
LAZY FARM-BOY. The (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren)................. .. .Mrs. Annie Fields ....... 920
LEAVES AT PLAY. The Poem. (Illustrated) ............................. D. C. Hasbrouck. .......... 931
LINCOLN'S SPEECH AT GETTYSBURG. (In fac-simile) .............Abraham Lincoln ...... ...... ..... 886
LITTLE ASSUNTA. Poem. (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren) ................. Celia Thaxter ............ 897
LITTLE DORA'S SOLILOQUY. Verses ......................... ...... Bonnie Doon.............. 860
LITTLE LASS WHO WORE A SHAKER BONNET. Jingle. (Illustrated)...... Margaret Johnson ........ 909
LITTLE MAID MARGERY. Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott). .. ... Margaret Johnson......... 785
LITTLE MISS MUFFET AND HER SPIDER .................... .............Sopie Swett .............. 817
LITTLE ROB AND HIS LETTER-BLOCKS. Picture, drawn by .................. S. G. McCutcheon ......... 725
LIVING LANTERNS. (Illustrated by James C. Beard) ....................... C. F. Holder .............. 910
LOST STOPPER. The (Illustrated) ...................................... Paul Fort ................. 582
MAJOR'S BIG-TALK STORIES. The (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ............ F. Blake Crofton ........... 722.
MARCHAND DE COCO. Le (Illustrated by Sphinx) ......................... F. M. E................. 704


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PAGE.
MARK, THE DWARF. (Illustrated by E. B. Bensell) ........................ D. Biriey ............. 764
MARY JANE. Verses. (Illustrated by Mary Wyman Wallace) .............. Mrarret Vandegrift ....... 852
MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS. Part II ....................................... Mrs. Oliphant............ 514
MASTER HYRAX. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ............................Henrietta H. Holdich....... 873
MASTIFF AND HIS MASTER. The (Illustration by Gustave Dor)........... .Susan Coolidge. ............ 586
MAY-PARTY. How Polly Went to the .............. ...................Mary Bradley ............ 546
MAY. The Shining Days of Poem .................. .................... Lucy M. Blinn ............ 534
MILKWEED PLAYTHINGS. (Illustrated) ....................... :......... .Emma M. Davis .......... 743
MISUNDERSTANDING. A (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) .................. ..F. .lake Crofton............ 722
MOLLY MOGG AND LUCY LEE. Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ........Mrs. E. T. Corbett......... 711
MONTH OF ROSES. The Picture....................................... .......................... 633
MY AUNT'S SQUIRRELS ........................ .. .... .................Eizabeth Stoddard......... 686
MY GREAT-GRANDMOTHER. (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren) .............. .Emily Huntington Miller... 507
NARCISSUS. The Story of (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren) ..................Anna M. Pratt............ 924
NET WITHOUT A NEEDLE. To Make a (Illustrated by the Author)........ .Henry W. Troy ........... 726
NOT INVITED. Picture, drawn by ................. .....................Frederick Dielman......... 959
SOH, MAMMA! KITTY 'S AWFULLY FOND OF BUTTER! Picture, drawn by... Addie Ledyard. ............ 523
OLD WOMAN OF DORKING. A Little Jingle. (Illustrated)................ Annie Hunttngton......... 675
ON A GRINDSTONE. (Illustrated by V. Nehlig) ............................ Henry Clemens Pearson..... 519
OSTRICH-FARMING. (Illustrated) .................. ............... ......Ernest Ingersoll ........... 591
OWL AND THE SPIDER. Th'e Verses. (Illustrated by Frank T. Merrill)... Frank H. Staffer......... 792
PEACOCK. The Prince of the Birds. (Illustrated).........................Ernest Ingersoll ........... 535
PEASE-PORRIDGE COLD. (Illustrated by W. T. Smedley) .................... Sophie Swett .............. 608
PERPETUAL-MOTION JAMES. (Illustrated by Frank Beard)...................John Trowbridge .......... 861
PHAETON ROGERS. (Illustrated by W. Taber) .............................Rossiter Johnson........... 526
596, 688, 754, 834, 913
PIPPO'S RANSOM. (Illustrated by E. M. S. Scannell) .......................Florence Scannell.......... 498
PLEASANT CHILD. A Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ..... ..... Isabel Francis Bellows...... 946
PRINCE OF THE BIRDS. The (Illustrated) ................ ............... Ernest Ingersoll ........... 535
PROUD PRINCE CHAM. Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan) ............ Eva L. Ogden ....... 766, 813
QUIET TIME FOR ALL CONCERNED. A Picture, drawn by .................J. Wells Champney........ 615
RACE AND THE RESCUE. The (Illustrated by W. T. Smedley)............... Charles Barnard........... 872
RAT'S HAPPY DREAM. The Picture. Drawn by .......................... .Palmer Cox ............... 534
RICHTER. Ludwig (With portrait)........................... .. ... JL...................... 607
" ROCK-A-BYE, BABY! Poem. (Illustrated by Alfred Brennan) ............ E. .Wilkins ............ 668
ROYAL STAG. Tie (Illustrated)......... .... ...... ....... Olive Thorne Miller. ...... 510
RUSSIAN HARVEST SCENE. A Picture. ................................. .......................... 748
SAD LITTLE LASS. The Verses. (Illustrated by Jessie McDermott) ...... Margaret Johnson.......... 833
ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI ........................ .......................... Ella F. Mosby ............ 851
ST. NICHOLAS TREASURE-BOX OF LITERATURE. The........ ................................334, 796, 864
A June Day.................... .................. .James Russell Lowell. ................ 634
President Lincoln's Speech at Gettysburg ............... Abraham Lincoln ................ 635, 886
The Blue and the Gray. ..............................F. M. Finch ........................ 635
The Three Fishers .................... ............. Charles Kingsley ..................... 796
,The Sea. (Illustrated).. ............................. Barry Colnwall..................... 796
Golden-Tressed Adelaide..........................Barry Cornwall. .................... 797
A Farewell ......................................... Charles Kingsley .................... 797
Herv6 Riel. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)............ .Robert Browning .................... 864
The Cry of the Children ................ ............. Elizabeth Barrett Browning........... 867
SALTILLO BOYS. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .............................. William O. Stoddard .... 559
636, 705, 798, 876, 961
SANDY HOOK TO THE LIGHT-SHIP. From (Illustrated by Granville Perkins).John V. Sears............. 738
SHINING DAYS OF MAY. The Poem ................ ......................Lucy M. Blinn ............ 534
SISTER MONTHS. The Poem .............. ........................Lucy Larcom.............. 497
SLUMBER SONG. Poem .................................................. Celia Thaxter ............. 749
SOAP-BUBBLES. A Chapter on (Illustrated by the Author)....................Daniel C. Beard........... 524
SOMEDAY. Verses ........... ....... ...... ................ .......... Vora Perry ................ 506






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SONG OF THE CORN. The Poem. (Illustrated by Roger Riordan) .......... Grace R. Thomas .......... 871
SONG OF THE FAIRIES. The Poem. (Illustrated)......................... .Robert Richardson ......... 827
SQUIRRELS. My Aunt's ................................. ...............Elizabeth Stoddard ......... 686
STAR-SPANGLED BANNER. The (illustrated by J. E. Kelly). ......... ......... ....................... 727
STORIES OF ART AND ARTISTS. (Illustrated) ............................. C. E. Clement.... 554, 676, 947
STORY OF A BAD BIRD. The (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) ............... .David D. Lloyd.. .. ...... 665
STORY OF NARCISSUS. The (Illustrated by F. H. Lungren)..... ......... .Anna M. Pratt............ 924
STORY OF THE THREE SONS. The ............................ ......... Elizabeth Cumings......... 831
STRANGE FOUNDLING. A (Illustrated by the Author) ......................Frank Bellew ............. 784
"STRAWBERRIES RIPE STRAWBERRIES !" Verses ........................Bessie Hill............... 632
TAIL OF A KITE, AND WHAT HUNG THEREFROM. The .................... .Sophie Szlett .............. 932
TESSA, THE LITTLE ORANGE-GIRL. (Illustrated by E. M. S. Scannell)....... Mrs. Fanny Barrow ....... 869
"THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED BY THE SEA." Jingle. (Illustrated) ........................... 746
"THERE WAS A SMALL SERVANT CALLED KATE." Jingle. (Illustrated)..... R. H. Muller. ............ 545
TIMID DUGONG. The Verses. (Illustrated by L. Hopkins) .............. Robert S. Talcott........... 932
Too HOT TO BE A TEMPTATION. Picture .................................................... 519
TRAP. A Curious (Illustrated by James C. Beard)......................... C. F. Holder ........ ..... 857
TRAPPER JOE .......................................... .............. .....M ary M a es D odge....... 921
TUNEFUL OLD WOMAN. The Jingle. (Illustrated) ...................... E. L. Sylvester ............ 746
UNDER A FLY-WHEEL. (Illustrated by V. Nehlig).................... .... Henry Clemens Pearson .... 744
UNDER-GROUND. A Day (Illustrated)................... .............. David Ker......... .. 663
U ....... ..... ................... ......... ........ .. ......George H. Hebard.......... 661
"UP THE ROAD AND DOWN THE ROAD." Jingle. (Illustrated) ....... ..Margaret Johnson ......... 924
VELOCIPEDE RAN AWAY. How Bobby's ................................. H. W. Blake.............. 657
WAS KITTY CURED? (Illustrated by H. McVickar) ............ ......... .Mary Graham. ............ 629
WHAT "ST. NICHOLAS" DID ............................................Mrs. E. J. Partridge....... 957
WHAT THE BIRDS SAY. Poem. (Illustrated) ............................. Caroline A. Mason......... 582
"WHO ARE YOU? Picture. Drawn by.................... ............. H. P. Share .............. 703
YE JOYFUL OWL. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) .....................J. G. Francis..... ....... 501


DEPARTMENTS.
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT (Illustrated).
"April Showers bring May Flowers "-Poor Fritz-Buttonmold Mound-The Cat-birds are Coming-Bird
Mimicry-A Little Soldier-girl-Deep-sea Wonders (Illustrated), 570; The Boys'and Girls' Own Month-A
Cataract that Rushes Up the River-Christmas at Midsummer-Where "Cat" and "Puss" Came from -Jack
Asks ,ome Questions-Jack's Prize Bird, 650; Jack's Say-Two Brave Little Girls-The Toes of Cats-A
Hen-gossip and Other Hens-St. Cuthbert's Beads-Wonderful Glass-mending-How Some Swallows Treated
a Lie-abed-A Suspension-bridge of Ants -A Queer Foster-mother (Illustrated), 730; "Tread Lightly"-The
Crippling Brook-Do You Believe it?-A Singing Mouse--Dolly's Omelet-Weather Wisdom-Chinese
Skill in Metal-work-Spiders as Servants-Living Pitchers (Illustrated) -A Motherly Rooster, 8Io; Coming
Back to School Movement-songs--A Different View Concerning Ants Our Children's Eyes -A Fish that
is its Own Market-basket (Illustrated)--Horses Wearing Spectacles, 890; Sumac-and-Maple Month Shadow-
tails-On the Tree-path-A Queer Tongue-Hickory-nuts and Hickory-nuts-The Lizard's Gloves-The
Nut-hatch-A Submarine Fire-fly" (Illustrated), 970.

FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK (Illustrated).
Little Totote; Eddy's Balloon, 568-Kate and Joe, 648-The Five Cats, 728-Stephen and the Wild Bird.
808- Carlo, Jane, and Me, 888- Roy's Visit; Ponto's Visit, 968.

THE LETTER-BOX (Illustrated) .............................................. 572, 652, 732, 812, 892, 972'

THE RIDDLE-BOX (Illustrated) ..................................... ......... 575, 655, 735, 815, 895, 975

FRONTISPIECES.-ON THE WAY TO JOTUNHEIM, facing title-page of volume-Just Before the Summer, facing
page 497-" Mustering All his Strength, Andy Plunged into the Flood," 577-The Star-spangled Banner,
657-A Brown-study, 737-Heart's Ease, 817.







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