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G. A. Henty

The Lion of Saint Mark

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The Lion of Saint Mark is written by G. A. Henty. "Mr. Henty has probably not published a more interesting story than The Lion of St. Mark. He has certainly not published one in which he has been at such pains to rise to the dignity of his subject. Mr. Henty's battle-pieces are admirable."

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In Freedom's Cause

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In Freedom's Cause is written by G. A. Henty. "Mr. Henty has broken new ground as an historical novelist. His tale of the days of Wallace and Bruce is full of stirring action, and will commend itself to boys."

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In the Reign of Terror

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In the Reign of Terror is written by G. A. Henty. Harry Sandwith, a Westminster boy, becomes a resident at the chateau of a French marquis, and after various adventures accompanies the family to Paris at the crisis of the Revolution. Imprisonment and death reduce their number, and the hero finds himself beset by perils with the three young daughters of the house in his charge .

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Friends, though divided

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Friends, though divided is written by G. A. Henty. In this story the author has given a faithful picture of the chief events of the great Civil War. The view taken of the struggle is, as far as possible, an impartial one, and the two heroes of the tale draw their swords upon opposite sides.

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The Dragon and the Raven

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The Dragon and the Raven is written by G. A. Henty. In this story the author gives an account of the fierce struggle between Saxon and Dane for supremacy in England, and presents a vivid picture of the misery and ruin to which the country was reduced by the ravages of the sea wolves.

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The Bravest of the Brave

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The Bravest of the Brave is written by G. A. Henty. "Mr. Henty never loses sight of the moral purpose of his work--to enforce the doctrine of courage and truth, mercy and loving kindness, as indispensable to the making of an English gentleman. British lads will read The Bravest of the Brave with pleasure and profit; of that we are quite sure."

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The Cat of Bubastes

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The Cat of Bubastes is written by G. A. Henty. Thanks to the care with which the Egyptians depicted upon the walls of their sepulchers the minutest doings of their daily life, to the dryness of the climate which has preserved these records uninjured for so many thousand years.

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By Pike and Dyke

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By Pike and Dyke is written by G. A. Hent. A story covering the period which forms the thrilling subject of Motley's Rise of the Dutch Republic, when the Netherlands, under the guidance of William of Orange, revolted against the attempts of Alva and the Spaniards to force upon them the Catholic religion.

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At Agincourt

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At Agincourt is written by G. A. Henty. The story begins in a grim feudal castle in Normandie. The times were troublous, and soon the king compelled Lady Margaret de Villeroy, with her children, to go to Paris as hostages.

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At Aboukir and Acre

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At Aboukir and Acre is written by G. A. Henty. With the general knowledge of geography now possessed we may well wonder at the wild notion entertained both by Bonaparte and the French authorities that it would be possible, after conquering Egypt, to march an army through Syria, Persia, and the wild countries of the northern borders of India, and to drive the British altogether from that country.

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