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NEW NOVEL AT ALL THE LIBRARLES.
By GEORGE MAC DONALD.
'Mr. Mac Donald has not only put into his (Malcolm's) mouth much of the fine poetry of which the book is full, but has also given to his
part active and passive heroism of the most romantic kind Of
the other characters, Duncan, the aged and blind Highland piper, is admirably drawn. The intensity of his love and hate, of his pride and prejudice, is brought out with the utmost vividness in his relations with
Malcolm and his master But these few and slight blemishes are
lost in the host of beautiful images with which Mr. Mac Donald delights his readers.'—Pall Mall Gazette.
LOVE ME, OR LOVE ME NOT.
'A maid whom there were none to praise,
RATHER narrow room, with gaily painted Scripture prints, big-lettered texts, and faded maps adorning the dingy buff walls, a shabby bookcase and oldfashioned desk flanking the fireplace on either side, some forms and a sprinkling of high stools ranged against the wooden wainscoting, dirtyslates, copy-books, and primers littered about two long deal tables.
These, with two or three round - faced children in blue-check pinafores and an elder girl in a brown-print gown, made up the scene
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