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novels are written with great literary ability, and possess the
charm of varied character, incident and scenery. " The Northern
Light " is one of her most characteristic stories. The heroine is
a woman of great beauty and strength of individuality. No less
interesting is the young poet who, from beginning to end, con
stantly piques the curiosity of the reader.

For sale by all booksellers, or sent, postpaid, on receipt of
price, by

ROBERT BONNER S SONS, Publishers,
COR. WILLIAM AND SPRUCE STREETS, New York.



BERYL S HUSBAND.

BY

MRS. HARRIET LEWIS.

Author of "Lady Kildare," "Sundered Hearts," "Her
Double Life," etc.

WITH NUMEROUS FULL-PAOE ILLUSTRATIONS BY 0. A. TRAVSR.
Paper Cover, 60 cents. Bound in Cloth, $1.00.



A very charming story. It opens on the shores of Lake Leman,
in the romantic city of Geneva, under the shadow of Mont Blanc.
A young English girl, who has been educated at a boarding-
school at Vevay, is suddenly left without natural guardians and
means of support. Her beauty and interesting character attract
a young English traveller, who induces her to run away with him
and marry him. This is the beginning of a romantic novel of
extraordinary vicissitudes and adventures. To give an analysis
of the plot and situations would mar the interest of the reader.
It is sufficient to say that it is equal to the best of Mrs. Lewis s
novels, not excepting "Her Double Life" and "Lady Kildare."

For sale by all booksellers and newsdealers, or sent, postpaid,
on receipt of price, by the publishers,

ROBERT BONNER S SONS,
COR. WILLIAM AND SPRUCE STREETS, New York.



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