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ROSA N. CAREY'S POPULAR STORIES.

THIRD LARGE EDITION.

MOLLIE'S PRINCE.

In cloth gilt, 6s.

“We can warmly recommend this charming story."-Church Times.
" This remarkable story."-Daily Telegraph.

“Two more delightful girls than Waveney and Mollie Ward one would
not wish to meet. . We are introduced to such remarkably nice people
that one quite regrets parting with them."-Glasgow Herald.

“Miss Rosa Nouchette Carey's novels are deservedly popular. They
concern the great middle class. They contain plenty of incident, a liberal
allowance of love-making, and usually end with marriage and happiness."
-Standard.

“Miss Carey's novels are always welcome; they are out of the common
run, immaculately pure, and very high in tone."-Lady.

“We can sincerely recommend 'Mollie's Prince.""Globe.

"Mollie's Prince,' with its healthy tone and bright, cheery style, comes
as a well-earned reward to the weary reviewer, sick_unto death with the
gloomy tendencies of the average novel."--Liverpool Post.

" It is quite refreshing to light upon a really pleasant and wholesome
story, such as that just produced by Miss Carey."-Daily Telegraph.

Mollie's Prince' ought to become as great a favourite as other novels
by the same writer. It is considerably longer than most new books of the
same class, but the interest never flags."- Manchester Courier.

FOURTH EDITION.

DR. LUTTRELL'S FIRST

PATIENT.

lo handsome cloth gilt, 3s. 6d.

"A careful and pleasing piece of work . • , just such a book as a
mother would desire her daughters to read. For clear, incisive characterisa-
tion, for apt presentation of life in a lifelike way, for a delicate humour
as delicious as it is unobtrusive, the book ranks high."-Glasgow Herald.

“Written in Miss Carey's most interesting style. The various characters
are charmingly worked out, and in this book Miss Carey bas certainly
enhanced her reputation."—Liverpool Courier.

Thoroughly pleasant and readable story.Lady.

“Miss Rosa Nouchette Carey's reputation is well sustained by 'Doctor
Luttrell's First Patient."--Graphic.

LONDON: HUTCHINSON & CO., PATERNOSTER Row.

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HE GOT UP EXCITEDLY, AND BEGAN TO PACE THE ROOM. Frontispiece.)

[Page 228.

BY

ROSA NOUCHETTE CAREY

WITH SIXTEEN FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS BY

BERTHA NEWCOMBE

LONDON
HUTCHINSON & CO
PATERNOSTER ROW

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