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Page 79 - Cloth, $1.00. Paper, 50 cents. " Mrs. Dallas has written one of the cleverest parodies in ' Billtry ' that has ever been published. " — World. "'Billtry' is a pretty smart bit of burlesquing. The scheme is to topsy-turvyize Du Maurier's story, and topsy-turvyized it is most effectually. The illustrations are very clever imitations of Mr. Du Maurier's style."- — Mail and Express.