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REPRINTS AND New EDITIONS. —The Poems of Thomas Carew. Edited by

Arthur Vincent. (Lawrence and Bullen.)—In the "Temple Edition of the Waverley Novels" (J. M. Dent and Co.), St. Ronan's Well, 2 vole.—Iu the "Temple Classics" (same publishers, ls. 6d. net per vol.), 8terne's Tristram Shandy. Mr. Grant Allen is editor.—The Natural History of Selhorne. By Gilbert White. We have Part I. (John Lane. is. 6d. net.)— The illustrations are by Edmund H. New.—Songs and Poems. By T. D. Sullivan. (Sealy, Bryers, and Walker, Dublin. 2s.)— D'Essambee, Governor of St. Martinique. By Henry John Smith. (Cornish Brothers, Birmingham.)—How to Get Strong and How to -Side So. By William Blaikie. (Sampson Low, Marston, and Co. 6s )—The Redemption of Freetown. By Charles M. Sheldon.

Is.)—Sir Godfrey's Grand-daughters. By Rosa N. Carey. (Macmillan and Co. 3s. 6d.)—Fame the Fiddler. By C. J. Adair FitzGerald. (Greening and Co. 2s. 6d.)—For the Sake of the Family. By May Crommelin. (Jerrold and Sons. 3s. 6d.)—Fellow Passengers. By Rivington Pyke. (Greening and Co. 6d.)