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PHILIPPA PRITTIE JEPHSON,
AUTHOR OF “LORD FARLEIGH.”
“ O how this spring of love resembleth
The uncertain glory of an April day!
And by and by a cloud takes all away."
IN TWO VOLUMES.
LONDON: F. V. WHITE & CO.,
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251. k. 359
F. V. WHITE & CO.'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.
hours passed in your society, and ask your permission to call myself
Your attached and grateful Friend,