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STORIES FOR DAUGHTERS AT HOME.
Cloth, price 5s. each.
UNIFORM WITH THIS VOLUME. KIND HEARTS. By Mrs. J. F. B. Firth, Author of 'Sylvia's
New Home,' etc. With Frontispiece. STEPHEN THE SCHOOLMASTER. A Story without Plot.
By Mrs. GELLIE (M. E. B.), Author of 'The New Girl,' etc.
Without lacking the savour of a good novel, the book is simple and pleasing.'-Athenæum. MY SISTER'S KEEPER. By Laura M. Lane, Author of
'Gentleman Verschoyle.'. With a Preface by Mrs. TOWNSEND,
President of the Girls' Friendly Society. ‘Miss Lane's work is worthy of commendation. The purpose is one of the most excellent.'-Academy. • BONNIE LESLEY.' By Mrs. Herbert Martin, Author of
‘Cast Adrift,' etc. With Frontispiece by Miss C. PATERSON. Tķere is no praise too high for Mrs. Martin's delightful story.'— Academy. LEFT-ALONE; or, The Fortunes of Phillis Maitland. By
FRANCIS CARR, Author of 'Not Lancelot, nor Another.' 'A well-written and interesting tale.' -Spectator. MY MOTHER'S DIAMONDS. By Maria J. Greer. With a
Frontispiece by A. LUDOVICI.
GRIFFITH AND FARRAN,
SUCCESSORS TO NEWBERY AND HARRIS, WEST CORNER OF ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD, LONDON.
E. P. DUTTON & CO., NEW YORK.