1893. From the Preface: Strange Sights Abroad is the fourth volume of the All-Over-the-World series; and while it contains a completed story, all the incidents and adventures of the hero and his companions being properly disposed of and finished, and all the characters who have figured on the pages of the book having been suitably rewarded, punished, or reformed, the narrative is still a continuation of the adventures of Louis Belgrave and his faithful ally, Felix McGavonty, who distinguish themselves as on former occasions. The Millionaire at Sixteen has entered upon his seventeenth year; but he has not been led away by any temptation, and resolutely maintains his high character in the presence of evildoers as well as of those who sympathize with him in sustaining a high ideal. Though some of his friends on board of the Guardian-Mother persist in calling him Sir Louis, and in regarding him as a sort of knight-errant, it will be observed that he never plunges into any adventure for its own sake, or for the mere excitement of the affair. A great read for young men from the American Boys series. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.