London, New York; [etc.] Isaac Pitman & sons, 1892.
Book — 112 p. 17 cm.
The Roman guide [by] Mark Twain.--The tell-tale heart [by] E. A. Poe.--A sailor's death at sea [by] R. H. Dana.--The wooden leg [by] Max Adeler.--The return of spring [by] N. Hawthorne.--A venerable imposter [by] B. Harte.--Rounding Cape Horn [by] R. H. Dana.--Hester Prynne and the minister [by] N. Hawthorne.--The first dog [by] J. M. Bailey.--The Englishman as I found him [by] R. W. Emerson.--Hoaxing an editor [by] P. T. Barnum.--Lake Buties [by] H. D. Thoreau.--The story of the bad little boy who didn't come to grief [by] Mark Twain.--Red and white men's gifts [by] J. F. Cooper.--Horace Greeley's ride to Placerville [by] Artemus Ward.--The long path [by] O. W. Holmes.--The bashful man at a tea-party by the author of "A bad boy's diary."--A vision of war [by] Col. R. G. Ingersoll.--Facts concerning Jay Gould. Anonymous.