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The Best Magazines For 1888. lit THE SPECTA TOR says So much trouble is taken with these periodicals, so much ability is at the disposal of the conductors, that it is difficult to bestow the praise which is really deserved without seeming extravagant." The Best Magazine For Sunday and General Reading. MONTHLY, (id. The Quiver. Now ENLARGED TC 80 PAGES EACH 31 ON TIT. From the Guardian. The Quiver appears in a new and enlarged form, greatly improved as to paper and type, and offers in greater bulk the attractions for which it has long been noted. There is more of THE QUIVER, but it is THE QUIVER still." 0 From the Sunday School Times. "There are several complete stories in THE QUIVER better worth a guinea and a half than many for which that sum is charged." From the Church Sunday School Magazine. The Quiver.—"We know of nothing to compare with THE QUIVER among the religious monthlies." From the Christian Union. The Quiver. There can be but one unani- mous opinion as to the unapproachable character of the publication. Eighty large pages of letterpress for sixpence Never before was so much offered for so little. 'At last,' as Charles Kingsley used to say, we have got what we wanted.' From the Saturday Review. The Quiver is best of all the magazines devoted to Sunday reading." The enormous demand for the New and Enlarged Series of THE QUIVER has already exhatisted three immense Editions of the First Part of the New Volume. A FOURTH EDITION has now been prepared, and copies can be had by order of all Booksellers. I. The Best General Magazine* MONTHLY, 7d. Cassell's Magazine. "CASSELL'S MAGAZINE ought to be in every household. It is a treasury of good pictures, good readings on all sorts of topics, and good stories. The Queen. The stories in CASSELL'S MAGAZINE are good, the pictures are clever, the subjects are strikingly varied, and the contents are unusually attractive. The Times. No family can afford to be without CASSELL'S MAGAZINE. It is a perfect treasury of capital stories, beauiiful engravings, exquisite poems, and charming music. "-Sheffield Independent. The Best Magazine for all Children. ENLARGEMENT of Little Folks With the JANUARY PART, price 6d. Each Part now contains More Pictures. More Stories. More Pages than hitherto. Two SERIAL STORIES are commenced in the yANUARY PART., which contains COMPLETE STORIES by Mrs. MOLESWORTH, EDWARD S. ELI.IS, and other popular writers a beautiful COLOURED PICTURE by J. CLARK, a series of Humorous Pictures by WALTER CRANE, and many other exceptional attractions. "'LITTLE FOLKS' is the best magazine for children." Crapltic. I The Best Art Magazine.. MONTHLY, 1s. The Magazine of Art. The Saturday Review says:—"THE MAGAZINE OF ART represents art and the artistic movements of the day better than any other periodical." The Liverpool Mercury says :—"THE MAGAZINE OF ART is far away the best publication of its kind. It is unique in literature." The Morning Post says:—" THE MAGAZINE OF ART reveals a new feature, viz., the issue with each monthly part of an etching, photogravure, or copper- plate over and above the hundreds of engravings with which the text has always been embellished. The result is that one can now buy for twelve pence an amount of first-class black-and-white work and sound literature which only a short time ago could not have been obtained by the expenditure of as many shillings." The Best Magazine for Women. I MONTHLY, 1s. The Woman's World. Edited by OSCAR WILDE. "Ambitious of higher honour than they have yet received, the publishers have sought not only to im- prove the appearance of this serial by adding to and enlarging its pages, and rendering it as beautiful as they can, but the Editor has secured the active co- operation of many ladies eminent for their rank or talent, or both. It is very handsome, very interesting, and full of promise. Paper, type, printing, and illus- trations are admirable.The Queen. This magazine appeals to the large and increasing world of intellectual women; it is a feast to the eye and a treasure to the mind it rivals no other publi- cation, and need fear the competition of none. Lady's Pictorial. Cassell & Company, Limited, London; and all Booksellers. The Best Weekly Magazine.. For ONE PENNY Weekly Cassell's Saturday Journal FURNISHES 24: Large 4to Pages, ILLUSTRATED. Considering quality and quantity, the best and cheapest pennyworth of popular literature ever produced,"— THE TIMES. Also in MONTHLY PARTS, 6d. NEW SERIALS. e A veritable Encyclopedia ofgardening knowledge'*— Gardener's Chronicle. RE-ISSUE, in Sevenpenny Monthly Parts, of Cassell's Popular Gardening. A Comprehensive Practical Guide to the Successful Culti- vation oi Flowers, Fruit, and Vegetables. Pa1.t 1- including a HANDSOME COLOURED PLATE. (To be Completed in 24 Parts.) Prospectuses at all Book. sellers'. NEW ISSUE, in Monthly Parts, price 7d. Milton9s Paradise Lost. With Fifty Superb FuU-fage Illustrations by GUSTAVE DORE. (To be Completed in 25 Monthly Parts.) Prospectuses at alt Booksellers', or post free from Cassell 05a Company, Limited, Litdgate Hill, London. NOTICE^ A Classified Catalogue, giving par- ticulars of upwards of ONE THOUSAND VOLUMES published by Messrs. CASSELL & COMPANY, ranging in price from THREEPENCE TO TWENTY-FIVE GUINEAS, „ will be sent on request post free to any address. CASSELL & COMPANY, LIMITED, Ludgate Hill, London.