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Pearl-maiden: a tale of the fall of Jerusalem - Page 468
by Henry Rider Haggard - 1902 - 463 pages
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A Gentleman of France: Being the Memoirs of Gaston de Bonne, Sieur de Marsac

Stanley John Weyman - France - 1900 - 412 pages
...and genuine people.''— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. *' Those who read Mr. Stanley J. WeymarTs * Castle Inn ' with delight, will find in his ' Sophia...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Weyman ask for better company for his books...
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The Man in Black

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1901 - 212 pages
...curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. " Those who read Mr. Stanley...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Wevman ask for better company for his books...
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The Hinderers: A Story of the Present Time

Edna Lyall - History - 1902 - 179 pages
...and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Weyman ask for better company for his books...
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In kings' byways

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1902 - 346 pages
...the development of an excellent plot und genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ''Thnse who read Mr. Stanley J. Weyman's * Castle Inn ' with...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Weyman ask for better company for his books...
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Barham of Beltana

William Edward Norris - English fiction - 1904 - 334 pages
...brilliant performance, in which they are introduced to another part of the Georgian era. . . . Mr. Weynun knows the eighteenth century from top to bottom, and...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Weyman ask for better company for his books...
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The Celestial Surgeon

Frances Frederica Montrésor - English fiction - 1904 - 375 pages
...part of the Georgian era. , . . Mr. Weyman knows the eighteenth century from top to bottom, and conld any time be more suitable for the writer of romance...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Weyman ask for better company for bis books...
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Orrain: A Romance

Sidney Levett Yeats - Fiction - 1904 - 364 pages
...Mr. Weyman knows the eighteenth century from top to bottom, and could any time be more suitable fov the writer of romance? . . . There is only one way...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanltv Weyman ask for better company for his books...
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Love's Proxy

Richard Bagot - Fiction - 1904 - 300 pages
...Mr. Weyman knows the eighteenth century from top to bottom, and could any time be more suitable fox' the writer of romance ? . . . There is only one way...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Wevman ask for better company for his books...
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Lychgate Hall: A Romance

M. E. Francis - History - 1904 - 347 pages
...Mr. Weyman knows the eighteenth century from top to bottom, and could any time be more suitable foi* the writer of romance ? . . . There is only one 'way...spirit of the period of the hoop and the patch, the coffee-house, and the sedan chair. And could Mr. Stanley Weyman ask for better company for his books...
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The abbess of Vlaye, Volume 1

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1904 - 391 pages
...Mr. Weyman knows the eighteenth century from top to bottom, and could any time be more suitable fox. the writer of romance ? . . . There is only one way...and that is to say that it deserves a place on the book.shelf beside those dainty volumes in which Mr. Austin DoOson has embalmed the very spirit of the...
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