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Page 298 - power of eloquence, and skill in the production of dramatic effect: and those characteristics are forcibly developed in the new novel of
Page 298 - mastery of the subject, and talent of a very graceful and commanding order.—Bell s New Weekly Messenger.
Page 298 - possesses all the qualifications requisite for a popular novelist. She has a vigorous imagination, a lively wit,
Page 158 - standing by his mother, earnestly contemplating the crown of his hat, and drawing figures with his finger on the beaver,