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THE AUTHOR OF “ A NEW ENGLAND TALE."
" Whilst the infidel mocks at the superstitions of the vulgar, insults
IN THREE VOLUMES.
WILLIAM BLACKWOOD, EDINBURGH.
They're here that kens and here that disna ken,
Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd.
Those only who have observed the magical effect produced upon a young lady by the presence of a candidate for her favour, whom she deems it worth her efforts to obtain or retain, can have an adequate notion of the change wrought on Caroline Redwood since the arrival of the Westalls. Instead of the listless, sullen girl, who yawned away her days in discontent or apathy, she became spirited, active, and good-humoured. Even her interest in the concerns of Ellen