My Life in Two Hemispheres/Front matter

UNWIN'S COLONIAL LIBRARY.

  1. The Stickit Minister. By S. R. Crockett.
  2. The Lilac Sunbonnet. By S. R. Crockett.
  3. Majesty. By Louis Couperus.
  1. Almayer's Folly. By Joseph Conrad.
  2. An Outcast of the Islands. By Joseph Conrad.
  3. Clara Hopgood. By Mark Rutherford.
  4. The Ebbing of the Tide. By Louis Becke.
  5. Effle Hetherington. By Robert Buchanan.
  6. A First Fleet Family. By Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery.
  7. A Winning Hazard. By Mrs. Alexander.
  8. Mr. Magnus.
  9. A Daughter of the Fen. By J. T. Bealby.
  10. In a Man's Mind. By J. R. Watson.
  11. The Grey Man. By S. R. Crockett.
  12. The Herb-Moon. By John Oliver Hobbes.
  13. Half Round the World for a Husband. By May Crommelin.
  14. Nancy Noon. By Benjamin Swift.
  15. Without Prejudice. By I. Zangwill.
  16. Mrs. Keith's Crime. By Mrs. W. K. Clifford.
  17. The Temple of Folly. By Paul Creswick.
  18. Pacific Tales. By Louis Becke.
  19. Prisoners of Conscience. By Amelia E. Barr.
  20. The Gods, Some Mortals and Lord Wickenham. By John Oliver Hobbes.
  21. Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland. By Olive Schreiner.
  22. The Tormentor. By Benjamin Swift.
  23. Hugh Wynne. By S. Weir Mitchell. This Edition of "Hugh Wynne" must not be imported into the Dominion of Canada.
  24. The People of Clopton. By George Bartram.
  25. Margaret Forster. By George Augustus Sala.
  26. Wild Life in Southern Seas. By Louis Becke.
  27. The Love Affairs of Some Famous Men. By Rev. E. J. Hardy.
  28. The Outlaws of the Marches. By Lord Ernest Hamilton.
  29. The School for Saints. By John Oliver Hobbes.


IN PREPARATION.

The Silver Christ, and Other Stories. By Ouida.

Reef and Palm, and Other Stories. By Louis Becke and Walter Jeffery.

The White-Headed Boy. By George Bartram.

Evelyn Innes. By George Moore.

The Destroyer. By Benjamin Swift.

The Mutineer. By Louis Becke.

The Romance of a Midshipman. By W. Clark Russell.

Rodman the Boatsteerer. By Louis Becke.

Tales of Unrest. By Joseph Conrad.

This library is for circulation in the British Colonies and Dependencies only.