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" There is a pure, healthy tone pervading all the literature embraced in this series. The stories can safely be entrusted to the youngest."-Christian IVorld.
The design of this Series is to include no books except such as are peculiarly adapted by their high tone, pure taste, and thorough principle to be read by those persons, young, and old, who look upon books as upon their friends-only worthy to be received into the Family Circle for thoir good qualities and excellent characters. In view of this design, no author whose panne is not a guarantee of the real worth and purlty of his or her work, or whose book has not been subjected to a rigid examination, will be adiniited into the “Lily Series."
1. A Suniner in Leslie Goldthwaite's 35. The Percys.
36. Gypsy's Sowing. PHELPS. 2. The Gayworthys. WHITNEY. 37. Gypsy's Cousin Joy. PHELPS. 3. Faith Gartney. WHITNEY. 38. Gypsy at Golden Crescent. PHELPS. 4. The Gates Ajar. PHELPS. 39. Moral Tales.
EDGEWORTH. 5. Little Wonent. ALCOTT.
40. Popular Tales.
EDGEWORTH. 6. Good Wives.
ALCOTT. 41. The Prince of the House of David. 7. Aloue. HARLAND.
INGRAHAM. 8. I've been Thinking. Roe.
42. Anna Lee.
ARTHUR. 9. Ida May.
LANGDON. 43. The Throne of David.INGRAHAM. 10. The Lamplighter. CUMMING. 44. The Pillar of Fire. INGRAHAM. II. Stepping Heavenward.Prentiss. 45. Prudence Palfrey. ALDRICH, 12. Gypsy Breynton. PHELPS. 46. Peep at Number Five.TRUSTA. 13. Aunt Janie's Hero. PRENTISS. 47. Marjorie's Quest. GOULD. 14. Wide, Wide World. WetherELL. 48. Our Village. MITFORD. 15. Quecehy.
WETHERELL. 49. Wonian our Angel. Roe. 16. Looking Round. Roe.
50. How Marjory Helped.CARROLL. 17. Fabrics : A Story of To-Day. 51. Mabel Vaughan. CUMMING. 18. Our Village : Tales. MITFORD. 52. Melbourne House, WETHERELL. 19. The Winter Fire. PORTER. 53. Father Clement. KENNEDY. 20. Flower of the Family.PRINTISS. 54. Dunallan.
KENNEDY. 21. MercyGliddor's Work.PHELPS. 55. From Jest to Earnest.ROE. 22. Patience Strong. WHITNEY. 56. Jessamine.
HARLAND. 23. Something to Do. Alcott. 57. Miss Gilbert's Career. HOLLAND. 24. Gertrude's Trial.
JEFFERIS. 88. The Old Helmet. WETHERELL. 25. The Hidden Path.
59. Forging their Own Chains. 26. Uncle Tom's Cabin. STOWE.
CORNWALL 27. Fireside & Camp Stories. Alcott. 60. Daisy.
WETHERELL. 28. The Shady Side. A Pastor's Wife. 61. Our Helen.
MAY. 29. The Sunny Side. TRUSTA. 62. That Lass o' Lowrie's.BURNETT. 30. What Katy Did.
COOLIDGE. 63. TheYears that are Told. PORTER. 31. Fern Leaves from Fanny's Portfolio. 64. Near to Nature's Heart. Roe. 32. Shadows and Sunbeans. Fern. 65. Esther Douglas. BASKIN. 33. Katy at School. COOLIDGE. 66. A Knight of the Nineteenth
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