This section is from the book "The Book Of Cats", by Charles Henry Ross. Also available from Amazon: The Book Of Cats: A Chit-Chat Chronicle Of Feline Facts And Fancies, Legendary, Lyrical, Medical, Mirthful And Miscellaneous.
Or, My Early Life in India and England. By Lady Lushington, with Twelve Illustrations. Price 4s. 6d., cloth, 5s., gilt edges.
"The Authoress has a very graphic pen, and brings before our eyes, with singular vividness, the localities and modes of life she aims to describe." - London Review.
Hacco The Dwarf
Or, The Tower on the Mountain; and other Tales, by Lady Lushington. Illustrated by G. J. Pinwell. Super royal 16mo., price 3s. 6d. cloth, 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
"Enthusiasm is not our usual fashion, but the excellence of these stories is so greatly above the average of most clever tales for the play-room, that we are tempted to reward the author with admiration." - Athenaeum.
The Happy Home
Or the Children at the Red House, by Lady Lushington. Illustrated by G. J. Pinwell. Price 3s. 6d. cloth, 4s. 6d. coloured, gilt edges.
"A happy mixture of fact and fiction. Altogether it is one of the best books of the kind we have met with." - Guardian.
By Mrs. Henry Wood
Or, Running away to Sea, by Mrs. H. Wood, author of "The Channings," etc. Frontispiece by F. Gilbert. Second edition. Fcap. 8vo., price 2s. 6d., cloth, 3s. gilt edges.
"There is a fascination about Mrs. Wood's writings, from which neither old nor young can escape." - Bell's Messenger.