ong as these initials only were given; to combine with this the still remoter individuality of Saxe Holm, was only to deepen the sense of vagueness; and if all the novels of the No name series, insteve written it.
If, in addition to her other laurels, Mrs. Jackson is the main author of the Saxe Holm tales, she must be credited not only with some of the very best stories yet written in Americahe editors of Scribner's Monthly were approached by some one who professed to have dropped the Saxe Holm stories in the street, and demanded that they should be restored to him. He was suppressed by strange history only revived the same questions.
The plots of these books showed the hand of Saxe Holm, the occasional verses that of H. H.
Both novels brought a certain disappointment: they had o traced, the final punishment of Hetty's sin.
One of the acutest critics in America said of Saxe Holm: She stands on the threshold of the greatest literary triumphs ever won by an American woman.