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The One-Hoss Shay

T was a happy idea

of the publishers to put together in one

volume three poems With its Companion Poems

which are among the How the Old Horse Won the Bet

best of Dr. Holmes's &

humorous ballads, and The Broomstick Train

a no less happy idea By Oliver Wendell Holmes

to employ Mr. Howard With 62 Illustrations by

Pyle to illustrate them. Howard Pyle

It is not necessary In leather binding from designs of

to say anything about

such well-known Mrs. Whitman

poems as “The One 16mo, $1.50

Hoss Shay" and “How the Old Horse

Won the Bet," but a word may be said about “The Broomstick Train, or, The Return of the Witches." "The Broomstick Train" is nothing less than an electric car, and Dr. Holmes represents the Salem witches, long imprisoned in a rather disagreeable locality, as having at last escaped, and been put to practical use by running the electric train; their broomsticks being alone visible.

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The book is one that we take up again and again, to enjoy ourselves, or to laugh over with others. Doctor Holmes has written a clever preface to the volume; and the binding has an old-time flavor, in accord with the poems and illustrations within it.

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For sale by all Booksellers. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of price by the Publishers, Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 4 Park St., Boston; 11 East 17th St., New York.

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