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Super-royal 32mo, neatly and substantially bound in

green cloth, gilt.

SLATER’S SHILLING SERIES

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POPULAR AND CLASSICAL WORKS.

It is intended to embrace, in this monthly series, the most popular and classical works of Emersoņ, Lamartine, Longfellow, George Sand, and other celebrated English and Foreign writers.

ALREADY PUBLISHED.

I. EMERSON'S TWELVE ESSAYS,

On History, Self-Reliance, Compensation, Spiritual Laws, Love, Friendship, Prudence, Heroism, the Over Soul, Circles, Intellect, and Art.

II.

V A T H E K; An Arabian Tale, by W. BECKFORD, Esq., with a

Memoir of the Author, by W. North. “Vathek is, indeed, a remarkable performance”.

Quarterly Review. “ For correctness of costume, beauty of description, and power of imagination, Vathek far surpasses all European imi. tations. As an Eastern tale, even Rasselas must bow before it; his Happy Valley will not bear comparison with the Hall of Eblis,'.-Lord Byron.

III.

HYPERION, A Romance, by Henry W. Longfellow, Author of the “ Voices of the Night," " Evangeline,” &c., &c.

Look not mournfully into the past, it comes not back again. Wisely improve the present. It is thine. Go forth into the shadowy future, without fear and with a manly heart."

TALES OF EVER Y-DAY LIFE,

BY

FREDERIKA BREMER.

UNIFORM WITH SLATER'S SHILLING SERIES.

To be published in Monthly Volumes, price One Shilling each, handsomely bound in green cloth, gilt, a new, complete, and uniform edition of MISS BREMER'S NOVELS,

TRANSLATED FROM THE SWEDISH.

VOL. I.

• THE H- TAMILY.

VOL, II.
STRIFE AND PEACE

VOLS. III. IV.
THE HO M E.

"No fictions, since those of Scott, have captivated all classes

like those of Frederika Bremer."

Volume will be published on the 15th of each month,

until the whole are completed.

LONDON: GEORGE SLATER, 252, STRAND; J. MENZIES, EDINBURGII; J. Mc GLASHAN, DUBLIN

TALE OF ACADIE.

BY

HENRY W. LONGFELLOW.

AUTHOR OF TIE" VOICES OF THE NIGHT"

LONDON:
GEORGE SLATER, 252, STRAND.

1849

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