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John Marchmont's Legacy. --This is another novel from the prolific coinage of Miss. Braddon. It has been re- published here through the enterprise of West & Johnston, to whom we are indebted for a copy. It is peculiarly after the Braddon manner — full of startling incidents and strong excitements. Those who are fond of their style — which we cannot say that we are — will be greatly pleased with this book. It is, by the way, at least equal, in point of execution, to anything she has given us heretof
John Marchmont's Legacy. --This is another novel from the prolific coinage of Miss. Braddon. It has been re- published here through the enterprise of West & Johnston, to whom we are indebted for a copy. It is peculiarly after the Braddon manner — full of startling incidents and strong excitements. Those who are fond of their style — which we cannot say that we are — will be greatly pleased with this book. It is, by the way, at least equal, in point of execution, to anything she has given us heretof
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John Marchmont's Legacy. --This is another novel from the prolific coinage of Miss. Braddon. It has been re- published here through the enterprise of West & Johnston, to whom we are indebted for a copy. It is peculiarly after the Braddon manner — full of startling incidents and strong excitements. Those who are fond of their style — which we cannot say that we are — will be greatly pleased with this book. It is, by the way, at least equal, in point of execution, to anything she has given us heretof