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16.--Contes et Nouvelles. By GUY DE MAUPASSANT. 93 pp.
With a preface by A. Brisson. 17.-Le Chant du Cygne. By GEORGE OHNET. 91 pp.
Notes by F. C. de Sumichrast. 18.-Près du Bonheur. By HENRI ARDEL. 91 pp.
Notes by E. Rigal, B.S., B.L. 19.-La Frontière. By JULES CLARETIE. 103 pp.
Notes by Charles A. Eggert, Ph.D., LL.B. 20.-L'Oncle et le Neveu, et Les Jumeaux de l'Hotel Corneillo.
By EDMOND ABOUT. 120 pp. Notes by G. Castegnier, B. S.,
BIBLIOTHEQUE CHOISIE POUR LA JEUNESSE. Los Malheurs de Sophie. By Mme. LA COMTESSE DE SÉGUR. 203 pp.
In France it is classic. Light, amusing and interesting for young children. 12mo, illustrated, paper, 600.; cloth, $1.00. Catherine, Catherinette et Catarina. BYÅRSÈNE ALEXANDRE,
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Comedy in four aoła, in prose, Notes by F. 0. do Simiohmet 13.-Le Monde où l'on s'ennuie. By EDOUARD PAILLERON. 124 pp.
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Pháp, 16.-Hernani. By VICTOR HUGO. 151 pp.
Drama in five acts. Notes by Gustave Masson, B.A. 17.-Mine et Contre-Mine. By ALEXANDRE GUILLET. 97 pp.
Comedy in three acts. Notes by the Author.
Comedy in three acts. Adapted to the use of American
Comedy in five acts, in verse. Notes by Frederick C. de
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also No. 16, “Theatre Contemporain.")