A Picture-Book without Pictures and Other Stories
FRANCIS & CO.’S
FOR YOUNG PERSONS OF VARIOUS AGES.
A PICTURE BOOK WITHOUT PICTURES,
AND OTHER STORIES
And Other Stories.
FROM THE DANISH
With a Memoir of the Author.
NEW-YORK: C. S. FRANCIS & CO., 252 BROADWAY. BOSTON: J. H. FRANCIS, 128 WASHINGTON STREET. 1848.
|Memoir of Hans Christian Andersen||7|
|A Picture-Book without Pictures||33|
|Scenes on the Danube||133|
|Pegasus and the Post-Horses||143|
|The Emperor’s New Clothes||153|
|The Real Princess||173|
Francis & Co.’s Little Library.
A Uniform Series of Choice Books for Young People.
Flowers for Children: by L. Maria Child. No. 1, for Children eight or nine years old. ———No. 2, for Children three or four years old. ———No. 3, for Children eleven or twelve years old. The Favorite Scholar, Little Chatterbox, Perseverance, and other Tales, By Mary Howitt, Mrs. S. C. Hall, and others. The Robbins; Or Domestic Life Among the Birds: by Mrs. Trimmer. Designed for the Instruction of Children respecting their treatment of Animals. Kate and Lizzie; or Six Months out of School; by Anne W Abbot. Facts to Correct Fancies; or Short Narratives compiled from the Memoirs of Remarkable Women. By a Mother. Turns of Fortune; All Is Not Gold That Glitters, &c.: by Mrs. S. C. Hall. The Private Purse; Cleverness, and other Tales; by Mrs. S. C. Hall. Russel and Sidney and Chase Loring: Tales of the American Revolution: by Eliza Leslie. Claudine; or Humility the Basis of All the Virtues. A Swiss Tale. By a Mother: author of “Always Happy,” “True Stories from History,” &c. Stories and Poems for Children: by Mrs. C. Gilman Classic Tales: designed for the Instruction and Amusement of Young Persons. By the author of “American Popular Lessons,” &c. &c. Holiday Stories: Containing five Moral Tales. The Little Wreath of Stories and Poems for Children: by Caroline Gilman. A Christmas Greeting; Thirteen New Stories from the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen. A Picture Book Without Pictures; and other Stories; by Hans Christian Andersen. Translated by Mary Howitt, with a Memoir of the Author.
The History of an Officer’s Widow and her Young Family: by Mrs. Hofland. The Clergyman’s Widow and her Young Family: by the same. The Merchant’s Widow and her Young Family: by the same. The Affectionate Brothers: by the same. Always Happy! or Anecdotes of Felix and his sister Serena. By a Mother.
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