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A NOVEL.

BY

PHILIPPA PRITTIE JEPHSON,

AUTHOR OF “LORD FARLEIGH.”

“ O how this spring of love resembleth

The uncertain glory of an April day!
Which now shows all the beauty of the sun,

And by and by a cloud takes all away."

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOL. 1.

LONDON: F. V. WHITE & CO.,
31 SOUTHAMPTON STREET, STRAND, W.C.

1883.

[All Rights reserved.]

251. k. 359

F. V. WHITE & CO.'S
SELECT NOVEL S.

Crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. each.

The following Volumes of the Sries are now ready :-MY SISTER THE ACTRESS. By FLORENCE MARRYAT.

"“My Sister the Actress " is the best novel we have had the pleasure of reading from the pen of Miss Marryat.'--John Bull, THE DEAN'S WIFE. By Mrs EilOART.

'Any reader who wants a good story thoroughly well told cannot do better! than read “ The Dean's Wife.” '-John Bull. A BROKEN BLOSSOM. By FLORENCE MARRYAT.

A really charming story, full of delicate pathos and quiet humour ; pleasant to read anit pleasant to remember.'—John Bull. TWO MEN AND A MAID. By HARRIETT JAY.

* Compared with the former works of the authoress of “The Queen of Connaught," this novel must be pronounced second to none.'--Graphic. SWEETHEART AND WIFE. By Lady CONSTANCE

HOWARD. The story from first to last is attractive, and cannot fail to command , wide favour.'-Whitehall Review. PHYLLIDA. By FLORENCE MARRYAT.

""Phyllida " is a novel of which the author may be justly proud.' --Morning Post. BARBARA’S WARNING. By the Author of “Recom

mended to Mercy.'

OLSTON AND SON, PRINTERS, EDINBURGH.

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hours passed in your society, and ask your permission to call myself

Your attached and grateful Friend,

PHILIPPA JEPIISON.

GLENBROOK, ENNISKERRY,

February 1883.

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