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The house of Raby; or, Our lady of darkness [by J.M. Hooper). By mrs. G. Hooper

Jane Margaret Hooper

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THE CORNHILL LIBRARY OF FICTION.

3s. 6d. per Volume.

IT is intended in this Series to produce books of such merit, that readers will care to preserve them on their shelves. They are well printed on good paper, handsomely bound, with a Frontispiece, and are sold at the moderate price of 3s. 6d. each.

THE HOUSE OF BABY By Mrs. G, Hoopeb.

A FIGHT FOB LIFE By MOY THOMAS.

ROBIN GBAY By Oharles Gibbon.

"Pure in sentiment, well written, and cleverly constructed."—British Quarterly
Review.

"A pretty tale, prettily told."—Athetueum.

"A novel of tender and pathetic interest."—Globe.

"An unassuming, characteristic, and entertaining novel."— John Bull.

KITTY By Miss M. Betham-edwaeds.

"Lively and clever . . . There is a certain dash in every description; the dialogue

is bright and sparkling,"— Athetueum.
"Very pleasant and amusing."— Globe.
"A charming novel."—John Bull.

HIRELL By John Satjndebs.

"A powerful novel ... A tale written by a poet."- Spectator.

"A novel of extraordinary merit."—Morning Post.

"We have nothing but words of praise to offer for its style and composition."—
Examiner.
ONE OF TWO By J. Hain Fbiswell.

"Told with spirit . . . The plot is skilfully made."—Spectator.
"Admirably narrated, and intensely interesting."—Public Opinion.

READY MONEY MOBTIBOY A Matter-of-fact Stoky.

"There is not a dull page in the whole story."—Standard.

"A very interesting and uncommon story."—Vanity Fair.

"One of themost remarkable novels which has appeared of late."— Pall Mall Gazette.

GOD'S BBOVIDENCE HOUSE By Mrs. G. L. Banks.

"Far above the run of common three volume novels, evincing much literary power
in not a few graphic descriptions of manners and local customs ....
A genuine sketch."—Spectator.

"Possesses'the merit of care, industry, and local knowledge."—Aihenceum.

"Wonderfully readable. The'style is very simple and natural."— Morning Post.

FOB LACK OF GOLD By Chabxes Gibbon.

"A powerfully written nervous story."—Atheneeum.

"A piece of very genuine workmanship."—British Quarterly Review.

"There are few recent novels more powerful and engrossing."—Examiner.

ABEL DEAKE'S 'WIFE By John Sattndebs.

"A striking book, clever, interesting, and original. We have seldom met with a book so thoroughly true to life, so deeply interesting in its detail, and so touching in its simple pathos."—Atheneeum.

Other Standard Novels to follow.

Henry S. King & Co. 65 Cornhill, And \% Paternoster Row, London.

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