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A WHITE BLOT-THE STORY OF A PICTURE HENRY VAN DYKE .
Illustrations by B. J. Rosenmeyer.
THE JOY OF THE HILLS
WILD BEASTS AS THEY LIVE.
With reproductions of the etchings of Evert Van
ON A FORGOTTEN BY-WAY
A. E. WATROUS
With a decorative setting and illustrations by
W. Granville Smith.
With full-page engraving (frontispiece) and typical
THE COLONEL'S "NIGGER DOG"
THE POINT OF VIEW
THE CHRISTMAS PRESENT GEORGE
**President Andrews' HISTORY will be resumed in January. (See next page.)
CHARLES E. CARRYL
M. L. VAN VORST .
ARTHUR STANWOOD PIER
Copyright, 1895, by Charles Scribner's Sons. All rights reserved. Entered at New York Post-Office as Second-class Mail Matter.
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