ONLY THE GOVERNESS.
_PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"This novel is for those who like stories with something of Jane Austen's power, but with more intensity of feeling than Jane Austen displayed, who are not inclined to call pathos twaddle, and who care to see life and human nature in their most beautiful form."
LOVER OR FRIEND?
_GUARDIAN._--"The refinement of style and delicacy of thought will make _Lover or Friend?_ popular with all readers who are not too deeply bitten with a desire for things improbable in their lighter literature."
_PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"We doubt whether anything has been written of late years so fresh, so pretty, so thoroughly natural and bright. The novel as a whole is charming."
SIR G.o.dFREY'S GRANDDAUGHTERS.
_OBSERVER._--"A capital story. The interest steadily grows, and by the time one reaches the third volume the story has become enthralling."
THE OLD, OLD STORY.
_DAILY NEWS._--"Miss Carey's fluent pen has not lost its power of writing fresh and wholesome fiction."
THE MISTRESS OF BRAE FARM.
_PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"Miss Carey's untiring pen loses none of its power, and her latest work is as gracefully written, as full of quiet home charm, as fresh and wholesome, so to speak, as its many predecessors."
MRS. ROMNEY and "BUT MEN MUST WORK."
_PALL MALL GAZETTE._--"By no means the least attractive of the works of this charming writer."
OTHER PEOPLE'S LIVES.
RUE WITH A DIFFERENCE.
_BOOKMAN._--"Fresh and charming.... A piece of distinctly good work."
_ATHENaeUM._--"A pretty love story."
HERB OF GRACE.
_GLOBE._--"Told in the writer's best and most popular manner."
_WORLD._--"The story is well conceived and well sustained."
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