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Page 2 - Compared with the former works of the authoress of ' The Queen of Connaught' this novel must be pronounced second to none.
Page 2 - ... By FLORENCE MARRYAT, Author of 'My Sister the Actress,' etc., etc. SOME OF OUR GIRLS. By Mrs EILOART, Author of 'The Dean's Wife,' etc., etc. ALLERTON TOWERS. By ANNIE THOMAS (Mrs Fender Cudlip), Author of ' Denis Donne,' etc., etc. THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL. By FLORENCE MARRYAT, Author of' Phyllida,' etc., etc. A PROFESSIONAL BEAUTY. By Mrs ALEXANDER FRASER, Author of ' Guardian and Lover,
Page 51 - You were only too kind and considerate to me, and I don't know what I should have done without your help.
Page 224 - Jew sometimes attempts to evade conscription, there are many reasons for it. In the first place, he is a foreigner, and as such, intellectually averse to war. War, he thinks, is waged only for conquest of territory. Patriotism, he believes, is merely one man's love for another man's country. When you tell him we are fighting for Democracy, he goes to the atlas to see just how large Democracy is. He...
Page 106 - You ought to be ashamed of yourself to propose such a thing...