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" Those who read Mr. Stanley J. Weyman's * Castle Inn ' with delight, will find in his ' Sophia ' an equally brilliant performance, in which they are introduced to another part of the Georgian era. . . . Mr. Weyman knows the eighteenth century from top... "
Pearl-maiden: a tale of the fall of Jerusalem - Page 468
by Henry Rider Haggard - 1902 - 463 pages
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Allan Quatermain: Being an Account of His Further Adventures and Discoveries ...

Henry Rider Haggard, Andrew Lang - Quatermain, Allan (Fictitious character) - 1899 - 278 pages
...the tension increases with each page, to such an extent that the hackneyed adjective, ' breathless,1 finds an appropriate place." —NEW YORK MAIL AND...throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people.'1— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. " Those who read Mr. Stanley J. Wey man's * Castle Inn...
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The Duke

Joseph Storer Clouston - English fiction - 1900 - 341 pages
...incidents that is, we believe, the most ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. " Those who read Mr. Stanley ]. Weyman's ' Castle Inn...
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Literary World, Volumes 31-32

1900
...and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events anil sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— /'«Wir Ledger. The Baroness de Bode, 1776-1803: Being a Chronicle of the Strange Experiences...
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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 natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people.''— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. *' Those who read Mr. Stanley J. WeymarTs * Castle Inn...
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The Literary World, Volume 31

Edward Abbott, Samuel R. Crocker, Madeline Vaughan Abbott Bushnell ("Mrs. C. E. Bushnell, "), Nicholas Paine Gilman, Herbert Copeland, Bliss Carman - Literature - 1900
...perfect adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtrusive mechanism and hold tlie curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— I'nlilir Ledger. The Baroness de Bode, 1775-1803: Being a Chronicle of the Strange Experiences...
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The Man in Black

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1901 - 212 pages
...incidents thst is, we believe, the most ingenious yet planned by its author. . . . The adventure develops and grows, the tension increases with each page, to...throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. " Those who read Mr. Stanley J. Weyman's ' Castle Inn...
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Some experiences of an Irish R. M.

Martin Ross - 1901 - 309 pages
...and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obti usive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. " Those who read Mr. Stanley Jf. Weyman's ' Castle Inn...
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Count Hannibal: a romance of the court of France

Stanley John Weyman - Fiction - 1901 - 404 pages
...and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obti usive mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people. "— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA> PA. UHimeu i lie vei y spii IL ui me jjui ii.»u ui ine uuuu...
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The Fiery Dawn

Mary Elizabeth Coleridge - 1901 - 361 pages
...perfect adjust ui*u: ct e\*rt< *-.-.! sox-'-^-or* conceal *'.'. t>.e csual extrusive mechanism. "and tK>M the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and g«nuin« people."— Pvauc LUMEK, PHILADELPHIA, PA. who read Mr. Stanlev T. WeTman's 'Castle Inn'...
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Stella Fregelius: A Tale of Three Destinies

Henry Rider Haggard - English fiction - 1903 - 361 pages
...and natural dialogue, the perfect adjustment of events and sequences conceal all the usual obtiuslve mechanism, and hold the curiosity of the reader throughout the development of an excellent plot and genuine people."— PUBLIC LEDGER, PHILADELPHIA, PA. " Those who read Mr. Stanley J. Weyman's ' Castle Inn...
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