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Page 300 - Booksellers and News Stands. This exquisitely beautiful story has won its way into the hearts of many people in many lands, and so long as unselfish love, modest nobility, and humble devotion to duty are regarded as admirable ; so long as manly men and womanly women are regarded as lovable,— so long will this story be admired and loved. To the perfect touch of the author, Mme. Lemaire has added the interpretation of a sympathetic artist of fine taste and skill ; and the book, as it now appears,...
Page 300 - For Sale at all Booksellers and News Stands. This exquisitely beautiful story has won its way into the hearts of many people in many lands, and so long as unselfish love, modest nobility, and humble devotion to duty are regarded as admirable ; so long as manly men and womanly women are regarded as lovable,— so long will this story be admired and loved. To the perfect touch of the author, Mme. Lemaire has added the interpretation of a sympathetic artist of fine taste and skill ; and the book, as...
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Page 298 - ACTRESS. We can not doubt that the author is one of the best living orators of her sex. The book will possess a strong attraction for women.
Page 117 - For the black bat, night, has flown, Come into the garden, Maud, I am here at the gate alone ; And the woodbine spices are wafted abroad, And the musk of the rose is blown.
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