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AT ALL THE LIBRARIES.
By ALICE FISHER.
'Miss Fisher's power of imagining character is very considerable, .... the heroine is admirably conceived and
excellently natural A book of very great interest, and
of unquestionable power.'—Academy.
'The plot is woven with great ability.'—Court Journal.
HENRY S. KING & CO.
'Far off she seem'd to hear the dully sound
As in strange lands a traveller walking slow,
In doubt and great perplexity,
Moan of an unknown sea;
And knows not if it be thunder, or a sound
Of great wild beasts; then thinketh, "I have found
T is almost ludicrous to pause here while I remark that by this time not one soul in Hamerton, man, woman, or child, did not know what had happened; that Sara Holden was Sara Healey, the wife of the Hamerton scapegrace
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