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STORIES FOR DAUGHTERS AT HOME.
MY MOTHER'S DIAMONDS.
Bv Miss M. J. GREER. 5s.
"Pleasant and interesting, with just a little spice of love."—
Athenceum. "... Full of life and spirit, . . . a very pleasant tale."—Queen.
Or, The Fortunes of Phillis Maitland.
"Pure and refined in tone, ... we emphatically pronounce h,tender and true."—Vanity Fair.
"The moral is one of considerable power."—Church Times.
'.;, BONNIE LESLEY.
"Spirited, interesting, refined, and humorous ... a charming story. '^Spectator.
'' A very pleasant book, and contains a decidedly interesting story."
Athenceum, "There is no praise too high for Mrs. Martin's delightful story."
GRIFFITH AND FARRAN, WEST CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON.
A STORY FOR GIRLS.
LAURA M. LANE,
AUTHOR OF "GENTLEMAN VERSCHOYLE," "STRONG TO SAVE," "MRS. J.OBtRTS
GRIFFITH & FARRAN,