WORKS BY LEWIS CARROLL.
SYMBOLIC LOGIC. In three Parts, which will be issued separately:—
|Part I. Elementary. (First published in 1896.) Crown 8vo, limp cloth, price 2s., net Second Thousand, Fourth Edition.|
|Part II: Advanced.
Part III: Transcendental.
N.B.—An envelope, containing two blank Diagrams (Biliteral and Triliteral) and 9 Counters (4 Red and 5 Grey) can be had for 3d., by post 4d.
A TANGLED TALE. Reprinted from The Monthly Packet. With Six Illustrations by Arthur B. Frost. (First published in 1885.) Crown 8vo, cloth, gilt edges, price 4s. 6d. net. Fourth Thousand.
SYLVIE AND BRUNO. With Forty-six Illustrations by Harry Furniss. (First published in 1889.) Crown 8vo, cloth, gilt edges, price 7s. 6d. net. Thirteenth Thousand.
N.B.—This book contains 395 pages—nearly as much as the two "Alice" books put together.
SYLVIE AND BRUNO CONCLUDED. With Forty-six Illustrations by Harry Furniss. (First published in 1893.) Crown 8vo, cloth, gilt edges, price 7s. 6d. net. Third Thousand.
N.B.—This book contains 411 pages.
THREE SUNSETS, and Other Poems. With Twelve Fairy-Fancies by E. Gertrude Thomson. (First published in 1898.) Fcap. 4to, cloth, gilt edges, price 4s., net.
N.B.—This is a reprint, with a few additions, of the serious portion of "Phantasmagoria, and other Poems," published in 1869.
MACMILLAN AND CO., Limited, LONDON.
ADVICE TO WRITERS.
Buy "THE WONDERLAND CASE FOR POSTAGE STAMPS," invented by Lewis Carroll, Oct. 29, 1888, size 4 inches by 3, containing 12 separate pockets for stamps of different values, 2 Coloured Pictorial Surprises taken from Alice in Wonderland, and 8 or 9 Wise Words about Letter- Writing. It is published by Messrs. Emberlin & Son, 4 Magdalen Street, Oxford. Price 1s.
N.B.—If ordered by Post, an additional payment will be required, to cover cost of postage, as follows:—
One copy, 1½d. Two or three do., 2d. Four do., 2½d. Five to fourteen do., 3d. Each subsequent fourteen or fraction thereof, 1½d.