Telegrams & Cables " Longing, London " JUNE SEPT 1907 Telephone No. 9313 Central MR. JOHN LONG'S SUMMER AND EARLY AUTUMN BOOKS 1907 SIX SHILLING NOVELS Crown 8vo. t cloth gilt ITINERANT DAUGHTERS By DOROTHEA GERARD (Mme. LONGARD DE LONGGARDE) In this story Dorothea Gerard tells of the result of an experiment, invented and tried on four girls, to whom home life had become irksome, by an up-to-date doctor. This experiment forms, in the main, the peg on which the story hangs, and which dissects and lays bare the characters of the heroines. The manner in which the girls meet the fate falling to them provides a great variety from the ordinarylove-story, and the novel promises to be one of the most original and amusing published for some considerable time. ONLY BETTY By CURTIS YORKE. With Coloured Frontispiece by E. J. SHERIE In "Only Betty" Curtis Yorke has imagined a story which gives full rein for the display of those gifts of tenderness, naturalness, and distinction which readers and critics alike associate with her work. " Only Betty " is one of a large family left in poverty by the death of their father, and she answers an advertisement for services in a remote Welsh village. Betty obtains the post, and the authoress proceeds with great vivacity and charm to describe the lively series of events which follow. Curtis Yorke's popularity grows with every new book she produces, and her public will be immeasurably increased by her latest. JOHN LONG, 12, 13 & 14 Norris Street, Hay market, London
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