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All who take an interest in Sea or Fresh-water Fishing, or who The Quiver for July,

visit the International Fisheries Exhibition, now being held in London, should read

The Fisheries of the World,

just commenced in MONTHLY Parts, price 7d., which not only
forms an INTRODUCTION and a DESCRIPTIVE GUIDE
to the various objects to be found in the FISHERIES
EXHIBITION, but contains a graphic and abundantly
illustrated narrative of the Fisheries of our own and other lands.

PARTS 1 and 2 now ready.
CASSELL & COMPANY, LIMITED, Lugale Hill, London; and all Booksellers.

Price 6d., contains-
Some Quaint Inscriptions on Old Houses.
Sunday Morning at a Casual Ward. By the Rev.

A. R. BUCKLAND, B.A.
Ways and Means. A Modern Parable. By Lady LAURA

HAMPTON,
How Our Red Indian Brethren were Civilised.
My Mother's Trouble. Short Story. By C. DESPARD.
Daniel, a Pattern of Consistent Piety. By the Rev.

Prebendary MOORE.
The Prosperity of the Wicked. By the Rev. G. A.

CHADWICK, D.D.
My Father's Face. By F. HERBERT TRENCH.
Round the Paddington Dust-yards. (West-End

Poverty.) By OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
The Child's Year. By GEORGE WEATHERLY.
A Word about Brothers. By A SISTER,
Mizpah. By ETHEL READ,
"Thci Art, O God, the Life and Light." Music by

JOSEPH C. BRIDGE, M.A., B.Mus.
Tribulation, Peace, and Victory. By the Rev. T. M.

MORRIS.
Flower Lessons.-Trefoil.
Rake's Enemy. Short Story.
Scripture Lessons for School and Home. By the

Rev. J. W. GEDGE, M.A.
Auntie's Corner Drawer. Short Story.
Short Arrows.
" The Quiver " Life - Boat Fund. Seventh List of

Subscriptions.
"The Quiver" Bible Class.
BARBARA STREET, Serial Story,
DOUBLY BLIND. Serial Story.

Notice.—“Palmy Days," the EXTRA HOLIDAY NUMBER

of Cassell's Magazine, price 7d., has been reprinted, in order to meet the immense demand, and copies can now be had at all Booksellers. It contains Nine Complete Stories, besides a variety of Holiday Papers by well - known Writers, and is Illustrated throughout with graphic Pictures by leading Artists.

The Magazine for the Nursery.

The Midsummer Volume Cassell's Magazine Bo-Peep for July, ofLittle Folks,For JULY, price 7d., contains,

Now ready, price 2d. A charming Magazine for the nursery." - Land and IVater.

“ Abounds with simple sto. ries, in prose and rhyme, such as children love to hear read to them.' - Plymouth Mercury Cassell & Company, Limited, London,

full of Stories and Interest-
ing Reading for Girls and
Boys, and containing several
Hundred Pictures, now
ready, price 3s. 6d., or
cloth gilt, 5s.
Cassell & Company, Limited, London.

99

Now ready, Part 2, price 7d., of the Popular Edition of

How to Decorate Fans. By AN ARTIST.
The Servant Difficulty.
A Dutchman's Little Holiday. Short Story. By GORDON

STABLES, M.D., R.N.
Household Electricity. By AN ELECTRICAL ENGINEER,
New Music. Fare Thee Well! By C. A. MACIRONE.
Across the River. Short Complete Story.
Cuttle-Fish as a Dainty Dish. By C. F. GORDON

CUMMING.
Yes or No? A Rondeau. By G. WEATHERLY.
Our Garden in July.
Popular Entertainments: A Retrospect and Reflec-

tions. By the Rev. HARRY JONES, M.A.
Free Education in Public Schools.
What to Wear: Chit-Chat on Dress. By OUR PARIS

CORRESPONDENT.
A Friendly Chat about the Memory. By A FAMILY

DOCTOR,
John Curwen and the Tonic Sol-fa Movement. By

J. C. HADDEN,
The Family Parliament.-Is it Wise to Promote

Emigration ?
The Phantom Ship. A Legend. By F. E. WEATHERLY.
Irish Lace. By E. CLARKE
The Cruise of the "Jemima." Short Story,
Remunerative Employments for Gentlewomen. By

OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
The Gatherer.
Thought-Reading and Willing.
PARDONED. Serial Story.
CO-HEIRS Serial Story.

The Doré Dante,

With 136 Full-page Illustrations by GUSTAVE DORÉ.

Part 1 has been reprinted, and may be had by order at all Booksellers'.

"Dore's power of depicting space and multitude has never yet been equalled ; and that is a sublime power.

But we are trying to describe what is indescribable. Those, who never see Doré's 'Inferno' will never have an idea of the imagination and power it displays.”—Pall Mall GAZETTE.

NOTICE.-The popular SHORT COMPLETE STORIES which have appeared in

Cassell's Magazine (inaccessible to general readers, now that the Annual Volumes are out of print) are being reprinted in a handy and permanent form, making (1 Series of SIXPENNY Books, each complete in itself, entitled

STORIES FROM CASSELL'S.”

Each book will contain a collection of Complete Stories by leading Writers, set in clear readable type, with Frontispieces by Eminent Artists. The price of the books will be SIXPENCE each, and seven books will be immediately issued.

Whether for Home or Holiday Reading, or for Railway Travellers and Tourists, these attractive little Volumes will, it is believed, be unsurpassed in popularity.

CASSELL & COMPANY, Limited, Ludgate Hill, London ; and all Booksellers.

CITIES OF THE WORLD.

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