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To live beneath your more habitual sway.

I love the brooks, which down their channels fret,
Even more than when I tripped lightly as they;
The innocent brightness of a new-born day
Is lovely yet;

The clouds that gather round the setting fun
Do take a fober colouring from an eye
That hath kept watch o'er man's mortality;
Another race hath been, and other palms are won.
Thanks to the human heart by which we live;
Thanks to its tenderness, its joys, and fears;
To me the meaneft flower that blows can give
Thoughts that do often lie too deep for tears.

UNWIN BROTHERS, GRESHAM STEAM PRESS, BUCKLERSBURY, E.C.

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ILLUSTRATED WORKS

Suitable for Presentation, &c.

(For Table of Contents see last page.)

Published and Sold by

PROVOST & CO., SUCCESSORS TO A. W. BENNETT,

5, BISHOPSGATE WITHOUT, LONDON, E.C.

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Fifth Edition, with Photographic Frontispiece, price is.

THE SEARCH FOR A PUBLISHER; or, COUNSELS
FOR A YOUNG AUTHOR. It contains advice about Binding,
Composition, Printing, and Advertising; also Specimens of Type,
Illustrations, and Sizes of Paper. It is a complete Literary Guide
for a Novice, and full of exact and trustworthy information.

"We wish we had seen such a book fifteen years ago, that's all. It is full of necessary information; and, if thoroughly digested, will save some headaches, heartaches, and perhaps-despicable as the consideration must be to the child of genius, quaffing nectar above the clouds-a few golden sovereigns, bearing the image and superscription of Victoria the First.”—Christian Weekly Times.

Messrs. PROVOST & Co. will be most happy to submit Estimates for Printing and Publishing on receipt of particulars and MSS.

London: PROVOST & Co., successors to A. W. BENNETT, 5, Bishopsgate Without, E.C.

UNWIN BROTHERS, PRINTERS, BUCKLERSBURY, LONDON, E.C.

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Fcp. 4to., cloth gilt, price 21s., morocco 31s. 6d.,

A HISTORY

Ryde.

Brading, from the
Down.
Brading Church.
Arreton.

OF

GIBRALTAR AND ITS SEIGES,

BY

ANDREW

AVYNGAR,

With 16 Photographs by J. H. Mann, and Map.

THE PHOTOGRAPHS INCLUDE AMONGST OTHERS THE FOLLOWING:Several General Views of the Rock, Gibraltar from Buena Vista and from the South; Bird's Eye View of the Town and Bay; The Alameda; The

English Cathedral; Rosia; The Neutral Ground; Europa, &c.

Fcp. 4to., cloth gilt, price 21s., morocco 31s. 6d.

THE ISLE OF WIGHT,

BY

J. REDDING WARE,

With 21 Photographs by Russell Sedgfield and Frank M. Good.

List of Photographs.

Lane at Shorwell.
Godshill,
Ventnor.

Freshwater Bay.
Alum Bay.
Shorwell.

Luccombe Chine.
Osborne.
The Needles.
Newport.

Carisbrook Castle.
Blackgang Chine.

PROVOST & CO., Publishers, 5, Bishopsgate Without, London, E.C.

Cowes.
Scratchells Bay.
Bonchurch.

Shanklin Chine.
Shanklin Church.

Select List of Illustrated Works.

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HE LADY OF THE LAKE. By Sir
Walter Scott, Bart. Illustrated with Photographs
by G. W. WILSON and T. OGLE.

"The Photographs are certainly among the best in every way that we have
ever seen, and most liberally bestowed, nearly every scene of special interest
being given."-Spectator.

"The photographs show many a lovely scene.
trating the 'Lady of the Lake' is an excellent one."-Athenæum.

The idea of so illus

Small 4to., cloth extra, 18s.; morocco, 25s.,
MARMION: A TALE OF FLODDEN

Illustrated

FIELD. By Sir Walter Scott, Bart.
by Fifteen Photographs.

"A very handsome volurne, illustrated mainly by photographic views of the celebrated localities in England and Scotland described in the poem."-Daily News.

"As dainty an edition of Marmion' as any lady can desire."-Examiner. "This is one of the finest editions of Marmion' ever published."-Durham County Advertiser. "The edition of Marmion' is a superb one."-The Scotsman.

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"The photographs illustrative of Marmion' are exquisite. . . . A richer present than this in

the way of an illustrated book could not well be conceived."-Caledonian Mercury.

"An exceedingly elegant and graceful volume."-Newcastle Chronicle.

"We have never seen such excellent photographs as book illustrations before."-Sunday Gazette.

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SCOTLAND: HER SONGS & SCENERY; as Sung by her Bards and Seen in the Camera. Illustrated by Fourteen. Photographs by THOMPSON and EWING.

"A very pretty gift-book."-Athenæum.

"Few things in art could be finer than these transcriptions of Nature. . . . .They give us as true a representation of Scottish scenery as her ballads do of her national and patriotic instincts.". Manchester Examiner.

"Any one who has visited these scenes of poetic interest will find pleasure in recalling them to memory through the aid of these beautiful specimens of the photographic art."-Morning Star.

"A small quarto of rare poetry and most poetical scenery excellently rendered. Few photographic works can equal this in value, or in fitness as a gift-book to those who love Scotland or the photographic art."-Publishers' Circular.

"The book is printed with great care; the photographic illustrations are for the most part admirable."-Pall Mall Gazette.

"The whole edition is well worthy of its illustrations, and forms one of the choicest gift-books of the season. The views of the banks of the Doon, another view on the Devon, and a third of Cora Linn, are among the most beautiful specimens of photography we have ever seen."-London Scotsman.

"The chief feature of the book is the illustrations, by which fourteen prominent Scottish scenes are charmingly delineated by the photograph. In other respects the book is beautifully got up, and well worthy of a place on the drawing-room table."-Glasgow Herald.

"The photographs are good, the poems are unexceptionable, and the binding elegant."-Scotsman.

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