National Geographic : 1900 Sep
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE OUR BOOK DEPARTMENT The Life of the Master By Rev. JOHN WATSON, D.D. (" Ian Maclaren") The author of "The Mind of the Master" and " Beside the Bonnie Brier Bush " has written a story of the life of the Saviour which will embody all that is told in the sacred records, along with such supplementary information as has been gathered by modern scholarship. The work is written in a style of charming sincerity and direct ness. It will contain double the amount of material which is at present appearing in McClure's Magazine. In Press. Life of Napoleon Bonaparte By IDA M. TARBELL This is a profusely illustrated work, prepared with the aim of omitting no im portant Napoleonic picture. In the case of great paintings indispensable to a complete pictorial life of Napoleon, of which etchings or engravings were not obtainable, photo graphs were specially prepared; and in consequence the work is singularly complete on its pictorial side. Moreover, it contains one of the most readable short biographies of Napoleon anywhere in existence. 65th Thousand. Revised Edition, richly illustrated. In Press. The History of the South African War By A. CONAN DOYLE This is the first important literary fruit of Mr. Doyle's army experience in South Africa. The author's painstaking methods in historical work are as well known to readers as his skill as a story teller, and his new history of the Boer War will for this reason possess unusual merit. In Press. The Life of Abraham Lincoln By IDA M. TARBELL Drawn from original sources, and containing many speeches, letters and telegrams hitherto unpublished. "A portrait that helps us to understand better than ever before the manner of man Abraham Lincoln was. . . . A narrative that is so intimate in its revelations as this of Miss Tarbell's helps us to realize that, with all his greatness, Abraham Lincoln was cast in the mold of our common humanity. . . . Her work presents a portrait of the man that no student of history can afford to miss, for it is very human, and does full justice to that homely side of Lincoln's character which has done more than anything else to give him a hero's place in the hearts of the common people." -Brooklyn Eagle. New Edition, with 32 full page illustrations. Index. 2 volumes. 8vo, 64 x 91. $5.00. McCLURE, PHILLIPS & CO. 141-155 East 25th Street, New York Please mention this Magazine when writing to advertisers.