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Drawer 6 of this annotated catalog contains these titles by Evelyn Whitaker:
My Honey, Our Little Ann and includes summaries of publishers' advertisements and descriptions of bindings.

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My Honey:

[no author]:  My Honey. by the author of "Tip Cat," "Miss Toosey's Mission," "Laddie," etc.  London, Melbourne, & Toronto:  Ward, Lock, & Co., 1910,     352 p. frontis by Sidney Cowell   

binding:  green, stamped and gold embossed,  a lamp on a lamp stand, deco in style

lists The "Tip-Cat" Series:  1.  Tip-Cat by the author of "Laddie"  2.  Dear. by the author of "Laddie"  3.  Pen by the author of "Laddie"   4.  My Honey by the author of "Laddie"    5.  Rob by the author of "Laddie"  6.  Lil by the author of "Laddie"   7.  Our Little Ann   by the author of "Laddie"    8.  Laddie, etc. by the author of "Tip-Cat"9.  Captain of Five   H.Debenham  10. Hollyberry Janet M. Symington 11. The Nidding Nod   H. Escott-Inman  12. Faithful  by the author of "Laddie"

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[no author]:  My Honey. by the author of "Tip Cat," "Miss Toosey's Mission," "Laddie," etc.  London, Macmillan, 1895     354 p. 

Macmillan Colonial Library. "This edition is intended for circulation only in India and the British Colonies."

printed by William Clowes and Sons, Limited

London and Beccles.  

binding:  green, stamped and gold embossed title on the spine

Includes the 8 page catalogue of Macmillan's Colonial Library of copyrighted books for circulation only in India and The Colonies.

Bookplate: Frederick Macmillan 


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Our Little Ann:

[no author]:  Our Little Ann. by the author of "Tip Cat," "Miss  Toosey's Mission," and "Laddie."  Boston:  Roberts Brothers, 1886. 276 ppresswork by John Wilson and Son, University Press   

bookplate: "This book is from the library of Priscilla Galassi" 

binding:  drab green paste board, gold embossed spine, black floral upper left cover with title by the author of Tip Cat.  uniform with my copies of Baby John, and Lil..

publisher ad at front for other uniform titles:  Tip-Cat and Miss Toosey's Mission and Laddie with quotes from reviews.

12 p. publisher ads at back, many with substantial comment:

Mssrs. Roberts Brothers' Announcements and Latest Authors and illustrators mentioned:  Edwin Arnold, Harry Fenn (illus), H. Sandham (illus.), W.A.  Rogers (illus.), F.S. Church (illus.), Wm. St. John Harper (illus.),   W.L. Taylor (illus.), J.A. Fraser (illus.), F.B. Schell (illus.),   Sidney L. Smith (illus.), Charles Copeland (illus.),  George T. Andrew (engraver), Rev. E. E. Hale, Laura E. Richards "happy inspiration" by "the daughter of Mrs. Julia Ward Howe." Edmund H. Garret (illus.), Jean Ingelow, Louisa M. Alcott, Cat Stories by "H. H.",   Frank E.Sanborn, Rev. J.G. Wood,Charles T. Brooks, Honore de Balzac, Memoirs of Karoline Bauer.  (a German actress), Mary Bradley, Dorothy Holroyd (illus.), Philip Garrett Hamilton  (wood cuts),  Susan Coolidge, George Fleming, Helen Jackson ("H. H."), Joseph Henry Allen, illus. Jessie McDermott (illus.), Helen  Campbell,  Juliana Horatia Ewing, Frederick L. Hosmer & William C. Gannett, Mrs. Caroline Healey Dall, Kathleen O'Meara, Prof. Seeley, Edward Everett Hale, Flora L. Shaw

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