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NEW VOLUME OF VERSE.

LAST YEAR'S LEAVES.

BY JOHN JERVIS BERESFORD, M.A.

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. “Mr. Beresford's subjects are many and varied, and he displays a ready versatility in adapting his strains to the most opposite themes. His lines on Ireland' are marked by an ardent patriotism that finds vent in justly indignant and vigorous accents. In quite another key the poem called " Amor Vincit Ounnia' is an example of tender and pathetic verse, in which both idea and form deserve equal praise. The Poet's Crown' is another of the charming poems contained in this volume."— The Morning Post.

Last Year's Leaves is quite above the average of the numerous books of verse which are poured in ever-increasing volume over an unappreciative public. We commend this volume to our readers.Literary World

These poems and sonnets make a handsome little volume. The poet finds inspiration in many subjects, and the events, domestic and public, which touch the springs of the nation's life- The Christian.

A collection of gracefully written verse. "- Western Mail. “ Instinct with true poetry."— The Malvern Advertiser. “ His descriptions of Elsie Venner' and Shorthouse's lovely book, Sir Perceval,' are full of point and poetic beauty, which all readers of those books will fully appreciate." - The Carmarthen Journal.

“The Legend of Myddfai,' and 'The Poet's Crown' should live in our literature." - The Bayswater Chronicle.

“We commend this little volume very heartily to all true lovers of poetry and nature.”Malvern Looker-on.

The fruits of a Muse gracetul, sober, playful, stately, tender, or strong, according to the theme." - The Red Dragon.

“Altogether, there is much merit and promise in this handsome little volume. We shall hope to extend our accquaintance with Mr. Beresford."--Oxford Review.

LONDON : WALTER SCOTT, 24 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row. No. I. READY SEPTEMBER ist, 1887.

THE NATURALISTS' MONTHLY:

A JOURNAL FOR NATURE-LOVERS AND

NATURE-THINKERS.

EDITED BY Dr. J. W. WILLIAMS, M.A.

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most important Scientific Questions of the day. 7. Reports of the Learned Societies. 8. General Notes and Correspondence. 9. Reviews of the latest Works and Papers. 10. Answer and Query Column for Workers.

The Naturalists' Monthly will be issued on the 1st of each Month Annual Subscription, 7/- post free.

London : WALTER SCOTT, 24 Warwick Lane, Paternoster Row.

Will be published early in May. Price ( Cloth) 3/6.

THOROUGHLY REVISED, NEW ILLUSTRATIONS, STEAMER TIME

TABLES, SKELETON TOURS.

THE LAND OF THE VIKINGS,

A POPULAR

GUIDE TO NORWAY,

CONTAINING

Description of that Wonderful Country.
Constitution and Politics of Norway.
Hints to Tourists.
Railway and Steamboat Arrangements.
Popular Tourist Routes by Fjeld and Fjord.
Tables of Exchange.
Cost of Travelling in Norway.
Trips to the North Cape.
The Scenery of the Sogne, the Hardanger, the Hjorund, Norang,

and other famous Arms of the Sea.
Fishing and Shooting.
Modes of Travel.
Rates of Charges for Horse and Carriole, etc.
Tourist Tracks to all Parts.
Tables of Distances from Station to Station.

A new feature of this Season's Guide will be a detailed list of

over thirty different Tours, extending over five, twelve, and

nineteen days. Maps of the Principal Routes, and every other Information useful

to the Traveller.

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