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Page 303 - Mrs. Lovett Cameron is one of the best story-tellers of the day, and her pages are so full of life and movement that not one of them is willingly skipped. Daily News. — " Mrs. Lovett Cameron's stories are always bright, vivacious, and entertaining. They are very pleasantly human, and have, withal, a charming freshness and vigour." Daily Telegraph.—" Mrs. Lovett Cameron is a fertile and fluent storyteller, and an uncommonly clever woman.
Page 304 - CEOMMELIN. •Crimson Lilies. Kinsah. Bettina. The Luck of a Lowland Laddie. A Woman Derelict A Daughter of England. By Mrs. COULSON KERNAHAN.
Page 303 - Mrs Lovett Cameron needs no introduction to the novel reader, and, indeed, has her public ready to her hand as soon as her books come out.' Gentlewoman. — ' Mrs Lovett Cameron has hit upon a very ingenious idea. It is certainly a very well told story. ' LONDON : JOHN LONG, 6 CHANDOS STREET, STRAND.
Page 177 - let us eat, drink, and be merry, for to-morrow — we die !" ' She recoiled from him and shook her head.
Page 96 - ... could not rivet his attention on St. Chrysostom, and folding his arms over his chest, he studied the red coals instead. Soon after, unmistakable steps fell on his ear, and a light tap at the door was followed by the entrance of the two girls. Irene came very reluctantly, fearful of intruding ; but he rose, and placed a chair for her close to his own, assuring her that he was glad to see her there. Louisa found the portfolio, and, bringing it to the table, began to exhibit its treasures. The two...