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MR. NEWBY'S NEW WORKS.
THE PEER'S DAUGHTERS;
A Novel. By Lady Bulwer Lytton. “ Lady Bulwer Lytton possesses all the qualifications requisite for a popular novelist. She has a vigorous imagination, a lively wit, superior power of eloquence, and skill in the production of dramatic effect : and those characteristics are forcibly developed in the new novel of " The Peer s Daughterso that is now before us,
The court of Louis Quinze, with all its gorgeous vice and glittering depravity, and the court of George the Second, in which the vice was unadorned and the depravity undisguised, are reproduced with vivacity'and truthfulness, that indicate both a mastery of the subject, and talent of a very graceful and commanding order.-Bells New Weekly Messenger.
THE NEW CHRISTMAS TALE 5s. CHRISTMAS SHADOWS,
A TALE OF THE DISTRESSED NEEDLE WOMEN.
“ The way in which it is worked out is worthy of Dickens in his happiest moments—the scenes are graphic and life-like, and there are touches of doep pathos and strokes of humour which bespeak a master hand.'- GLOUCESTER STANDARD.
Just ready in Two Vols. THE LADY OF THE BED-CHAMBER.
MR. NEWBY'S NEW WORKS.
DARK SCENES OF HISTORY.
BY. G. P. R. JAMES, ESQ.
Author of Darnley,' The Woodman,' &c.
Dark Scenes of history,' must at once become a popular book-a book to be liked by the old, and to be prized by the young-an excellent book to place in the hands of the young-an excel. lent book to place in the hands of those at home for the holidays; becanse, whilst it will serve to amuse them there, it cannot fail to inspire them with a taste for the study of history, and that not merely of English history, but the history of every other country in Europe.'--Morning Herald.
THE GOLDEN CALF. .
" It is a general attack upon
who have rendered their names well known by railway enterprise. It will excite a sensation in drawing-rooms, counting-houses, and circulating-libraries." -Morning Herald.
Price 2s. 6d.
COUSIN GEOFFREY,' THE JILT,'
THE WARNING TO WIVES,' &o., &c., &o.
IN THREE VOLUMES.-VOL. I.
T. C. NEWBY, LONDON.
COURTSHIP AND WEDLOCK;
LOVERS AND HUSBANDS.
Lovers and Husbands !—The worshippers and the worshipped - The slaves and the masters ! —The humble and the mighty!-What a theme of intense and boundless interest for the whole female world 1-For who, while triumphing in the patient devotion of the lover, does not feel some misgivings, as to how it may be, when it is her turn to watch, to wait, to endure, to Love, honour and Obey !'- And who, however