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The Students' Series of English Classics.
furnish the educational public with well-edited editions of
Tech over alt hbres edased ting
, or required for admission to, many of
the colleges, the publishers announce this new series.
The following books are now ready: Coleridge's Ancient Mariner,
30 cts. A Ballad Book, .
54 Edited by KATHARINE LEE BATES, Wellesley College. Matthew Arnold's Sohrab and Rustum,
30 Webster's First Bunker Hill Oration,
30 Edited by LOUISE MANNING HODGKINS, Wellesley College. Introduction to the Writings of John Ruskin,
54 Macaulay's Essay on Lord Clive,
42 Edited by VIDA D. SCUDDER, Wellesley College. George Eliot's Silas Marner,
42 Scott's Marmion,
42 Edited by MARY HARRIOTT NORRIS, Instructor, New York. Sir Roger de Coverley Papers from The Spectator,
42 Edited by A. S. Roe, Worcester, Mass. Macaulay's Second Essay on the Earl of Chatham,
42. Edited by W. W. CURTIS, High School, Pawtucket, R.I. Johnson's History of Rasselas,
42. Edited by FRED N. Scott, University of Michigan. Joan of Arc and Other Selections from De Quincey,
42 .. Edited by HENRY H. BELFIELD, Chicago Manual Training School. We cannot speak too highly of the STUDENTS' SERIES OF ENGLISH CLASSICS. – The Christian Union.
Several others are in preparation, and all are substantially bound in cloth.
LEACH, SHEWELL, & SANBORN, Publishers,
BOSTON, NEW YORK, and CHICAGO.