A New Illustrated Edition of J. S. Rarey's Art of Taming Horses Part 22

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CARLETON'S TRAITS AND STORIES OF THE IRISH PEASANTRY. A new Pictorial Edition, with an Autobiographical Introduction, Explanatory Notes, and numerous Ill.u.s.trations on Wood and Steel, by Phiz, &c.

The following Tales and Sketches are comprised in this Edition:--

Ned M'Keown.

The Three Tasks.

Shane Fadh's Wedding.

Larry M'Farland's Wake.

The Battle of the Factions.

The Station.

The Party Fight and Funeral.

The Lough Derg Pilgrim.

The Hedge School.

The Midnight Ma.s.s.

The Donah, or the Horse Stealers.

Phil Purcell, The Pig Driver.

Geography of an Irish Oath.

The Llanham Shee.

Going to Maynooth.

Phelim O'Toole's Courts.h.i.+p.

The Poor Scholar.

Wildgoose Lodge.

Tubber Derg, or the Red Well.

Neal Malone.

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"Truly--Intensely Irish."--_Blackwood._

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"This stirring tale contains the best history of the Battle of the Boyne, and is written with a master hand. It is fully equal to any of Lever's works."--_Observer._

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THE NEW TALE OF A TUB. By F. W. N. BAYLEY. Ill.u.s.trated by Engravings reduced from the original Drawing by Aubrey.

"Fun and humour from beginning to end."--_Athenaeum._


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=1. Romance of War.= By James Grant.

=2. Peter Simple.= By Captain Marryat.

=3. Adventures of an Aide-de-Camp.= By James Grant.

=4. Whitefriars.= By the Author of "Whitehall."

=5. Stories of Waterloo.= By W. H. Maxwell.

=6. Jasper Lyle.= By Mrs. Ward.

=7. Mothers and Daughters.= By Mrs. Gore.

=8. Scottish Cavalier.= By James Grant.

=9. The Country Curate.= By Gleig.

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=20. The Family Feud.= By the Author of "Alderman Ralph."

=21. Frank Hilton; or, the Queen's Own.= By James Grant.

=22. The Yellow Frigate.= By James Grant.

=24. The Three Musketeers.= By Alexandre Dumas.

=25. The Bivouac.= By W. H. Maxwell.

=26. The Soldier of Lyons.= By Mrs. Gore.

=27. Adventures of Mr. Ledbury.= By Albert Smith.

=28. Jacob Faithful.= By Captain Marryat.

=29. j.a.phet in Search of a Father.= By Captain Marryat.

=30. The King's Own.= By Captain Marryat.

=31. Mr. Mids.h.i.+pman Easy.= By Captain Marryat.

=32. Newton Forster.= By Captain Marryat.

=33. The Pacha of Many Tales.= By Captain Marryat.

=34. Rattlin the Reefer.= Edited by Captain Marryat.

=35. The Poacher.= By Captain Marryat.

=36. The Phantom s.h.i.+p.= By Captain Marryat.

=37. The Dog Fiend.= By Captain Marryat.

=38. Percival Keene.= By Captain Marryat.

=39. Hector O'Halloran.= By W. H. Maxwell.

=40. The Pottleton Legacy.= By Albert Smith.

=41. The Pastor's Fireside.= By Miss Porter.

=42. My Cousin Nicholas.= By Ingoldsby.

=43. The Black Dragoons.= By James Grant.

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