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5d. & 60.; printed on toned paper, CASSELL'S

CASSELL'S

ILLUSTRATED BUNYAN, ILLUSTRATED SHAKESPEARE.

Edited, with Notes, by CAARLES & MARY Cowdex CLARKB.

With Illustrations by H. C. Selous.

COMPRISING
The Pilgrim's Progress and the Holy War.

With an Illustrated Life of Bunyan.
By the Rev. W. Brock, Bloomsbury Chapel. Notes by the

Rev. R. MAGUIRE, M.A.
Illustrations by H. C. Selous, Esq., painter of the Great Picture

of “The Crucifixion."

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DON QUIXOTE; | BEAUTIES OF POETRY

GEMS OF ART:

AND

With about 400 Illustrations, by Gustave Doré. Number I. ready Nov. 16th. Part I. ready Nov. 29th. *.* There will be ISSUED GRATIS with No. 1, and also with Part I., a

BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVING, printed separately on thick ton.d paper, to form a Fontispiece to the Volume.

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CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY EDITION

DON QUIXOTE,

of

WITH ABOUT

400 ILLUSTRATIONS BY GUSTAVE DORÉ.

NUMBER I. ready Nov. 16th. PART I. ready Nov. 29th.
There will be ISSUED GRATIS with No. 1, and also with Part I., a BEAUTIFUL

ENGRAVING, printed separately on thick toned paper, to form a Frontispiece to the Volume.

M O UN EDITION in English, such as is announced regarded simply as subjects for illustration, that if the Publishers

above, of the masterpiece of Miguel de Cer- had not been fortunate enough to secure the productions of a
vantes, the prince of Spanish literature, en- painter equal to do justice to the genius of Cervantes, they would

riched with Illustrations by Gustave Doré, is hardly have ventured to offer an Illustrated Edition of this great
so sure of a hearty reception at the hands of the Work to the acceptance of the public. But the pencil of a Doré is
British Public, that the Publishers might well happily equal to reflecting the pen of a Cervantes; and so the

rest satisfied with the simple announcement. Publishers are able to promise that this Edition shall be as worthy
But when it is remembered that Don Quixote of the Work and its Author as Art can make it.
stands pre-eminent as one of the oldest classical spe-
cimens of romantic fiction, as well as one of the most

But the text of Don Quixote is so universally recognised as a
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| masterpiece of composition, that it would be out of place to lavish
engraved Wrapper, at Sevenpence.

[A SPECIMEN OF THE ILLUSTRATIONS WILL BE FOUND ON THE OTHER SIDE.]

LONDON: CASSELL, PETTER, AND GALPIN, LA BELLE SAUVAGE YARD, E.C.

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In Weekly Numbers, price 1 d., and in Monthly Parts, price 7d.

PRINTED ON FINE TONED PAPER,

CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED LIBRARY EDITION DON QUIXOTE,

FOUR HUNDRED ILLUSTRATIONS,

: GUSTAVE DORE. .

There will be ISSUED GRATIS with No. 1, and also with Part I., a BEAUTIFUL ENGRAVING, printed

separately on thick toned Paper, to form a Frontispiece to the Volume.

The work is a gift for a

Brit the great work before us, Don Quixote,' is his comEXTRACTS FROM NOTICES OF M. DORES ILLUSTRATIONS OF “DON QUIXOTE.” " Whether M. Doré has been employed to illustrate Cervantes, or Cervantes to illustrate M. Doré, will be a nice problem for the critics of these very handsome and sumptuous volumes, and for the fortunate mortals who can be expocted to

« With a pencil as facile and as graceful as that of Mr. Gilbort. Gustave Doré combinos the gloom of Rombrandt or Fuseli, and then, again, he is as light and sprightly as Watteau.

“ To travel once again with Don Quixoto and Sancho Panza, in company with Gustave Doré, is to enjoy an intimacy with pletest representation of all his remarkable powers as an artist.”- Atheneum. the Knight wo never knew before. M. Doré's drawings are beautifully engraved by u. Pisan,

NUMBER 1 ready NOVEMBER 16th, PART I, ready NOVEMBER 29th. become their purchasers."-Saturday Revier.

SOLD BY ALL BOOKSELLERS. king's daughter."-Illustrated Times.

CASSELL, PETTER, AND GALPIN, LONDON, E.c.

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Travels” has long since as a great standard book, ce it now within the reach m as it has never yet been d the artisan, content to obvious sense, will find it e or romance; while the i which will adorn every vividness to the wonderful ye history of Gulliver. In for those who care to dive Annotations will be proen allusions to persons and leeper meaning; exhibiting tically, morally n of Gulliver's Travels" People's Edition, in virtue rations and the cheapness ndered a work of value to reason of the insight which

Memoir of its witty and or will give them into the

imperishable masterpiece. edition acceptable to every able words and phrases, oss refined age permitted, not to interfere with the Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER, 'enture to hope that, howich an English Classic has great mass of the people, Illustrated Gulliverwill even as its name has been

which the Artist will ich the Lilliputian hosts

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