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XIII

ENGLISH SONGS AND BALLADS

Tbe world's Classics

I.

XIII. JANE EYRE. By Charlotte ENGLISH SONGS AND BRONTË. (Second Impression. BALLADS. Selected by T. W.

H. CROSLAND.

II

THE ESSAYS OF ELIA. By

XIV. CHARLES LAMB.

SHIRLEY. By CHARLOTTE (Second Impression. BRONTË.

III.
THE POEMS OF ALFRED,

XV. LORD TENNYSON, 1830-1858. SKETCHES AND ESSAYS. By (Second Impression.

WILLIAM HAZLITT.

IV.

VII.

XVI. THE VICAR OF WAKEFIELD. THE POEMS ОР ROBERT By OLIVER GOLDSMITH.

HERRICK. V. TABLE-TALK: Essays on Men ROBINSON CRUSOE. By and Manners. By William

DANIEL DEFOE.
HAZLITT.

VI.
ESSAYS. By RALPH WALDO

XVIII.
EMERSON. (Second Impression. HOMER'S ILIAD. Translated by

ALEXANDER POPE.
THE POETICAL WORKS OF

XIX.
JOHN KEATS.
GULLIVER'S TRAVELS.

By
VIII.

JONATHAN Swift.
OLIVER TWIST. By CHARLES
DICKENS.

XX.

TALES. By EDGAR ALLAN POE. THE INGOLDSBY LEGENDS. By THOMAS INGOLDSBY.

XXI.

NATURAL HISTORY OF SELX.

BORNE. By GILBERT WHITE. WUTHERING HEIGHTS.

By EMILY BRONTË.

XXII. CONFESSIONS OF AN ENG

LISH OPIUM EATER. ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES.

T. DE QUINCEY. By CHARLES DARWIN.

IX.

XI.

By

XXIII.

XII.
THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. SARTOR RESARTUS. By
By John BUNYAN.

THOMAS CARLYLE.
Other volumes in preparation.
Pott 8vo. Cloth, is, net. Leather, 2s. net.

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Edinburgh: T. and A. CONSTABLE, (late) Printers to Her Majesty

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* ENGLISH SONGS AND BALLADS' must not be regarded as 'a choice,' but simply as bringing together of poetical pieces which are, presumably, well known to the average person,—that is to say, the co

iler has endeavoured to illustrate the general taste rather than his own preference.

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