The Doctor's Daughter
This first novel in the author's "Quinnebasset Girls" series, set in Quinnebasset, Maine, follows the trials and tribulations of high-spirited Marian (the titular doctor's daughter) and her more melancholy friend Judith.
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Page 329 - Philadelphia Bulletin. ABROAD AGAIN ; or, Fresh Forays in Foreign Fields Uniform with
Page 329 - A lively and chatty book of travel, with pen-pictures humorous and graphic, that are decidedly out of the " beaten paths " of description. AN AMERICAN GIRL ABROAD By Miss ADELINE TRAFTON, author of " His Inheritance," " Katherine Earle,
Page 329 - A sparkling account of a European trip by a wide-awake, intelligent, and irrepressible American girl. Pictured with a freshness and vivacity that is delightful.
Page 329 - A bright, attractive narrative by a wide-awake Boston girl." A SUMMER IN THE AZORES, with a Glimpse of Madeira By Miss C. ALICE BAKER. Little Classic style. Cloth, gilt edges, $1.25. " Miss Baker gives us a breezy, entertaining description of these picturesque islands. She is an observing traveller, and makes a graphic picture of the quaint people and customs.
Page 327 - I slept, and dreamed that life was beauty ; I woke, and found that life was duty. Was thy dream then a shadowy lie ? Toil on, sad heart, courageously, And thou shalt find thy dream to be A noonday light and truth to thee.
Page 329 - OVER THE OCEAN; or, Sights and Scenes in Foreign Lands By CURTIS GUILD, editor of " The Boston Commercial Bulletin ' Crown 8vo. Cloth, $2.50. " The utmost that any European tourist can hope to do is to tell the old story in a somewhat fresh way, and Mr. Guild has succeeded in every part of his book in doing this.
Page 47 - The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit : A broken and a contrite heart, O God, Thou wilt not despise. Do good in Thy good pleasure unto Zion : Build Thou the walls of Jerusalem.
Page 329 - Mr. Bailey's travels possess, accordingly, a value of their own for the reader, no matter how many previous records of journeys in the mother country he may have read."— Rochester Express...
Page 191 - Love hath sent, for Love art thou ! Suffering is the work now sent, Nothing can I do but lie Suffering as the hours go by ; All my powers to this are bent. Suffering is my gain ; I bow To my heavenly Father's will, And receive it hushed and still ; Suffering is my worship now.