The Yellow Book
Index to the Publishers’ Announcements
W. Heinemann . . . . . . . 2
Hurst & Blackett . . . . . . . 3
Virtue & Co. . . . . . . . 4
G. Bell & Sons . . . . . . . 5
Dean & Son . . . . . . . 6
Contents of Yellow Book, Vol. I. . . . 7
Contents of Yellow Book, Vol. II. . . . 8
MR. WM. HEINEMANN’S PUBLICATIONS.
ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OCTOBER.
NAPOLEON AND THE FAIR SEX. (Napoléon et les Femmes.)
By FRÉDಁRIC MASSON. With 10 Portraits. In One Volume, demy 8vo.
IN RUSSET AND SILVER. POEMS. By EDMUND GOSSE Crown 8vo.
A CENTURY OF GERMAN LYRICS. Selected, Arranged, and
Translated by K. F. KROEKER. Foolscap 8vo, 3s. 6d.
HANNELE: A Dream Poem. By GERHART HAUPTMANN. Translated
by WILLIAM ARCHER, with an Introduction by the same hand. Small 4to,
with Portrait. 5s.
A CATALOGUE OF THE ACCADEMIA DELLE BELLE ARTI AT
VENICE. Compiled by E. M. KEARY. With Biographical Notes of the
Painters and 25 Engraved Reproductions of the Principal Pictures. Crown 8vo.
A DRAMA IN DUTCH: A Novel. By Z. Z. In Two Volumes. 12s.
A BATTLE AND A BOY. By BLANCHE WILLIS HOWARD. Author
of “Guenn,” &c. With 40 Illustrations by A. MACNIELL-BARBOUR.
SYNNOVE SÖLBAKKEN. By BJÖRNSTJERNE BJÖRNSON. Given in
English by JULIE SUTTER. With a Critical Introduction by EDMUND GOSSE,
and a Portrait. Being Volume I. of the BJÖRNSON SERIES.
A HOUSE OF GENTLEFOLK. By IVAN TURGENEV. Translated
from the Russian by CONSTANCE GARNETT. With an Introduction by STEP-
NIAK. Being Volume II. of the TURGENEV SERIES. Cloth, 3s. net.
AN ALTAR OF EARTH. By THYMOL MONK. Being Volume V. of
the PIONEER SERIES. Cloth, 3s. net; Ornamental Wrapper, 2s. 6d. net.
THE WEAKER SEX: A Play. By A. W. PINERO. With an Intro-
duction by MALCOLM C. SALAMAN. Being Volume X. of the PINERO SERIES.
Cloth, as. 6d.; Paper Cover, 1s. 6d.
A DAUGHTER OF THIS WORLD. By FLETCHER BATTERSHALL.
In One Volume. 6s.
A DAUGHTER OF MUSIC. By G. COLMORE, Author of “A Con-
spiracy of Silence.” New Edition. Price 3s. 6d.
LONDON: WILLIAM HEINEMANN, 21 BEDFORD STREET, W.C.
Hurst & Blackett’s Publications.
Hurst & Blackett’s Three-and-Sixpenny Series.
Crown 8vo, uniformly bound, bevelled board, each 3s. 6d.
MARY FENWICK’S DAUGHTER. By BEATRICE WHITBY.
THUNDERBOLT. An Australian Bushranging Story. By the Rev.
J. M1DDLETON MACDONALD.
THE AWAKENING OF MARY
FENWICK. By BEATRICE WHITBY.
TWO ENGLISH GIRLS. By MABEL
HIS LITTLE MOTHER. By the
Author of John Halifax, Gentleman.”
MISTRESS BEATRICE COPE.
By M. E. LE CLERC.
A MARCH IN THE RANKS. By
NINETTE. By the Author of “Véra,”
“Blue Roses,” &c.
A CROOKED PATH. By Mrs.
ONE REASON WHY. By BEATRICE
MAHME NOUSIE. By G. MANVILLE
THE IDES OF MARCH. By G.
PART OF THE PROPERTY. By
CASPAR BROOKE’S DAUGHTER.
By ADELINE SERGEANT.
JANET. A Novel. By Mrs. OLIPHANT.
A RAINBOW AT NIGHT. By the
Author of “Mistress Beatrice Cope.”
IN THE SUNTIME OF HER
YOUTH. By BEATRICE WHITBY.
MISS BOUVERIE. By Mrs. MOLES-
FROM HARVEST TO HAYTIME.
By the Author of “Two English Girls.”
THE WINNING OF MAY. By the
Author of “Dr. Edith Romney.”
SIR ANTHONY. By ADELINE SER-
A SELECTION OF HURST & BLACKETT’S
Standard Library of Cheap Editions of Popular Modern Works.
Each work complete in one volume, price 5s. each.
By the Author of “John Halifax.”
JOHN HALIFAX, GENTLEMAN.
A WOMAN’S THOUGHTS ABOUT WOMEN.
A LIFE FOR A LIFE.
MISTRESS AND MAID.
THE WOMAN’S KINGDOM.
A NOBLE LIFE | HANNAH.
THE UNKIND WORD.
A BRAVE LADY.
STUDIES FROM LIFE
YOUNG MRS. JARDINE.
By the Author of “Sam Slick.”
NATURE AND HUMAN NATURE.
WISE SAWS AND MODERN INSTANCES.
THE OLD JUDGE, or, Life in a Colony.
TRAITS OF AMERICAN HUMOUR.
THE AMERICANS AT HOME.
By Dr. George Macdonald.
By Mrs. Oliphant.
LAIRD OF NORLAW.
LIFE OF IRVING.
A ROSE IN JUNE.
IT WAS A LOVER AND HIS LASS.
LONDON: HURST & BLACKETT, LTD., 13 GREAT MARLBOROUGH STREET, W.
Ready with the NOVEMBER Magazines.
Price 2s. 6d. Cloth gilt, gilt edges, 5s.
The Art Annual for 1894.
(Being the CHRISTMAS NUMBER of THE ART JOURNAL).
The Life and Work of
SIR EDWARD BURNE-JONES,
By JULIA CARTWRIGHT
(MRS. HENRY ADY).
With Numerous Illustrations of his Principal Works, Views of his Studio
and Working-Room, and Garden Views of his Residence, including the
SIX FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS:
“THE GOLDEN STAIRS” – – – PHOTOGRAVURE PLATE.
“THE MIRROR OF VENUS” – – – PHOTOGRAVURE PLATE.
“CHANT D’AMOUR” – – – – FULL-PAGE PLATE, PRINTED IN TINT.
“THE STAR OF BETHLEHEM” – FULL-PAGE PLATE, PRINTED IN TINT.
“THE BRIAR ROSE.” “LOVE AMONG THE RUINS.”
Crown 4to, bound in Buckram, gilt top, 7s. 6d.
THE PILGRIM’S WAY
From Winchester to Canterbury.
By JULIA CARTWRIGHT (Mrs. HENRY ADY).
With 46 Illustrations by A. QUINTON, and
2 Maps of the Route.
“A delightful monograph…..The excellent
drawings of Mr. Quinton do full justice to the text,
embracing every kind of subject from gloomy
church crypts and silent pools to breezy landscapes
and sunny village greens.”—Times.
ENLARGED WITH ADDITIONAL CHAPTER.
Small Royal 8vo, cloth, 12s. 6d.
Sketches of its History, Monuments & Social Life.
By STANLEY LANE-POOLE.
Author of “The Art of the Saracens in Egypt,”
“Studies in a Mosque,” &c.
With numerous Illustrations on Wood.
“Will prove most useful to the innumerable tra
vellers who now every winter visit the Nile Valley.”
LONDON: J.S. VIRTUE & CO., LTD., 26 Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row, E.C.
Messers. BELL’S NEW & FORTHCOMING WORKS.
His Life and Works. By A. LYS BALDRY.
Illustrated with 10 Photogravures and about 70 other Illustrations. Super-
royal 4to, £3 3s.Also 50 Copies on Large Paper, with the Plates in duplicate,
printed on India paper and on Japanese vellum, £5 5s. net.
And other Great Pictures. Reproduced from the Original Paintings. With a
Life of Raphael, and an account of his chief works. By KARL KÁROLY,
Author of “A Guide to the Paintings of Florence.”
In One Volume, with 53 Illustrations, including 9 Photogravures. Small
Colombier 8vo, in special binding designed by GLEESON WHITE, 21s. net. A
few copies on Large Paper, with the Plates on India Paper, £2 2s. net. (all sold.)
JOHN RUSSELL, R.A.,
“The Prince of Crayon Portrait Painters.” By GEORGE C. WILLIAMSON,
D.Litt. With an Introduction by Lord RONALD GOWER, F.S.A.
With 101 Illustrations, including Two Photogravures. Small Colombier 8vo,
handsomely bound, 250 copies only, 25s. net. Large Paper Edition, 100 copies
only, £2 2s. net.
SIR EDWARD BURNE-JONES, BART.,
A Record and Review. By MALCOLM BELL.
Third Edition, in special binding designed by GLEESON WHITE. Small
Colombier 8vo, 21s. net.
THE BRITISH FLEET:
The Growth, Achievements, and Duties of the Navy of the Empire. By
Commander CHARLES N. ROBINSON, R.N.
With about 150 reproductions of paintings, prints, and drawings illustrative
of battles, ships, persons, customs, and social life in the Navy. DEDICATED BY
PERMISSION TO H.R.H. THE DUKE OF YORK.
Ordinary Edition. Crown 8vo, 7s. 6d. 150 copies in fcap. 4to, with extra
Engravings, 21s. net.
EROS AND PSYCHE.
A Poem in Twelve Measures. By ROBERT BRIDGES. Second Edition,
Printed on Hand-made Paper at the Chiswick Press, with binding designed by
NEW VOLUME OF THE “EX-LIBRIS” SERIES.
By CHARLES ALLEN DEXTER.
With numerous Illustrations. Also a limited Large Paper Edition.
LONDON: GEORGE BELL & SONS, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
Dean & Son’s List.
Under the Immediate Patronages of H.R.H. the
Duchess of Fife, H.I.M. the Empress of
Germany, Right Hon. the Countess
BABY’S SOUVENIR. Most
handsomely bound, gilt edges, &c, 10s. 6d.
A most charming book to preserve the Record of
a Child’s Life from its Birth to its Majority, con-
taining Twenty-three Coloured and other Illustra-
tions, printed in Facsimile of the Original Aqua-
relles of F. M. BRUNDAGE. The following are a
few of the subjects, with spaces left for filling in
NAME OF BABY.
THE LOCK OF HAIR.
BABY’S FIRST WORD.
BABY’S FIRST TOOTH.
BABY’S FIRST STEPS.
FIRST DAY AT SCHOOL.
BABY’S FIRST PRAYER, &c.
BY GORDON STABLES, C.M., M.D., R.N.
Demy 8vo, handsomely bound, cloth gilt,
with Medallion Picture, 6s. 6d.
OUR FRIEND THE DOG.
Sixth Edition. Enlarged and thoroughly Re-
vised throughout. Richly Illustrated with
full-page Portraits of all the latest Champion
Dogs, and numerous smaller Illustrations.
A Complete and Practical Guide to all that is
known about every Breed of Dog in the World,
their Show Points, Properties, Uses and Peculiari-
ties, Successful Management in Health and Sick-
ness, Rules and full Particulars of all Dog
Crown 8vo, handsomely bound, cloth gilt,
gilt edges, 5s.
THE DOYLE FAIRY BOOK.
Consisting of Twenty nine Fairy Tales.
Translated from various Languages by AN-
THONY R. MONTALBA. With Thirty-four
Illustrations by RICHARD DOYLE, a Memoir
of Doyle, and an Introduction.
Just ready, crown 8vo, cloth gilt, 2s. 6d.
BY FRANCIS W. MOORE,th
Author of “Humorous Plays,” &c.
HUMOROUS PIECES. A Col-
lection of Original Recitations in Prose and
JACK AND JILL.
THE FLAT IRON.
ODDITIES OF EVERY DAY.
LITTLE JACK HORNER.
And Twenty-three other Pieces.
Cloth gilt, crown 8vo, 2s. 25. 6d.
HUMOROUS PLAYS. By
FRANCIS W. MOORE.
By This Collection of Short Plays, Duologues, and
Proverbs in Action is intended as an addition to
the scanty assortment of pieces suitable for private
Having been originally written for this purpose,
they involve only a very limited number of charac-
ters, and no exceptional amount of dramatic ex-
perience. Each is comprised within a single act,
and the requirements as to scenery, costumes, and
stage appliances are of a simple kind. The scenes
are all indoors.
All are available for performance, whether in
public or private, without payment.
The Plays in this volume may also be had separ-
ately, in paper covers, crown 8vo, at 6d each.
Handsomely bound, cloth gilt, large post 8vo,
SCENES THROUGH THE
BATTLE SMOKE: Being Reminiscences in
the Afghan and Egyptian Campaigns. By
the Rev. ARTHUR MALE, Army Chaplain at
Lucknow, and in the Afghan and Egyptian
Campaigns. With Portrait of the Author, and
Eight large Illustrations by SYDNEY PAGET,
War Artist to the Illustrated London News in
Just ready, demy 8vo, cloth, 162 pages, 2s. 6d.
CHESS HISTORY AND REM-
INISCENCES. By H. E. BIRD, Author of
“Chess Openings,” “Modern Chess,” &c.
This interesting book of Reminiscences of half-a-
century contains a Portrait of the Author, Notes
on Ancient and Modern Chess, Anecdotes as to
the Eccentricities of Noted Players, a Sketch of
Blue cloth gilt, gilt edges, large crown 8vo, 5s.
DEAN’S FAIRY BOOK.
A Companion to the “Doyle Fairy Book.”
This volume, which makes a splendid presentation
book for a child, contains most of the favourite
fairy tales of childhood, drawn from Penault, old
chap books, and the “Arabian Nights.” Such
favourites as “Sleeping Beauty,” “Aladdin,”
“Valentine and Orson,” “Hop o’ My Thumb,”
and “Jack the Giant Killer,” are included in its
pages, and the book is enriched with numerous
excellent illustrations by able artists.
LONDON: DEAN & SON, LIMITED, 160A FLEET STREET, E.C.
Publishers of Dean’s Plays for Young Actors.
Publishers’ Announcements. Advertisement. The Yellow Book, vol. 3, October 1894, pp. 1-6. Yellow Nineties Digital Edition, edited by Dennis Denisoff and Lorraine Janzen Kooistra, 2010-2014. Yellow Nineties 2.0, Ryerson University Centre for Digital Humanities, 2019. https://1890s.ca/YBV3_advertisements/