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PUBLISHED BY HARPER & BROTHERS, N E W-Y ORE.
The subjects embraced in the writings of Mrs. Sherwood are exceedingly various, and adapted to different degrees of capacity, from that of opening youth to the matured intellect of riper years; but in all, the sentiments, the spirit, and the influence upon the mind are such as to command the warmest approbation of every enlightened Christian; while in their aptitude for the cultivation of the understanding and the improvement of the heart, they challenge competition. These features render them peculiarly suitable for the libraries of Sunday-schools, and for families in which there are young persons. Each volume is perfect in itself, and may be purchased separately. . THE WORKS OF MRS. lerness-The Little Momiere
The Stranger at Home—Pere
Vor,. VII. contains—The Nun — Intimate Friends — My Aunt Kate— Emmeline— Obedience— The Gipsy Babes—The Basket. maker—The Butterfly—Alune;
has never before been published or, Le Bachen Holzli—Procrasentire in America: it appeared in ! tination; or, The Evil of Delay three successive parts in Eng-1 —The Mourning Queen.
SHERWOOD. Being the only Uniform Edition ever Published in the United States. Illustrated with Elegant Engravings on Steel.
Vol. I. contains—Henry Milner. The Story of Henry Milner
land,—the first of which only has been heretofore accessible to readers in this country.
Vol. II. contains—History of the Fairchild Family—Orphans of Normandy—The Latter Days. Vol. III. contains — Little Henry and his Bearer—Little Lucy and her Dhaye—Memoirs of Sergeant Dale, his Daughter, and the Orphan Mary—The History of Susan Gray—The History of Lucy Clare—The Hedge of Thorns—The Recaptured Negro —Susannah; or, the Three Guardians—The History of Theophilus and Sophia—Abdallah, the Merchant of Bagdad.
Vol. IV. contains—The Indian Pilgrim—The Broken Hyacinth —The Little Woodman—The Babes in the Wood—Clara Stephens—The Golden Clew — Katharine Seward—Mary Anne —The Iron Cage—The Little Beggars.
Vol. V. contains — The In-• ^fant's Progress—The Flowers of the Forest—Juliana Oakley— Ecmina—Emancipation.
Vol. VI. contains—The Gov