By the Author of “Aunt Jane of Kentucky"
By ELIZA CALVERT HALL
Illustrated by G. Patrick Nelson and Beulah Strong 12mo. Cloth. $1.50
The book is an inspiration.—Boston Globe.
Without qualification one of the worthiest publications of the year.—Pittsburg Post.
Aunt Jane has become a real personage in American
A philosophy sweet and wholesome flows from the lips
Jane.”—Chicago Evening Post.
The sweetness and sincerity of Aunt Jane’s recollections have the same unfailing charm found in “Cranford.”—Philadelphia Press.
To a greater degree than her previous work it touches the heart by its wholesome, quaint human appeal.—Boston Transcript.
The stories are prose idyls; the illuminations of a lovely spirit shine upon them, and their literary quality is as rare as beautiful.—Baltimore Sun.
MARGARET E. SANGSTER says: “It is not often that an author competes with herself, but Eliza Calvert Hall has done so successfully, for her second volume centred about Aunt Jane is more fascinating than her first.”
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