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The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe; Or, Theres No Place Like Home

THE OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE


Or


There's No Place Like Home


by


AMANDA M. DOUGLAS


Author of "In Trust," "The Kathie Stories," etc.


BostonLee and Shepard, 47 Franklin StreetNew YorkCharles T. Dillingham. 678 Broadway


Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874, byWilliam F. Gill & Co.,In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington.


In Remembrance


OF


_MANY PLEASANT HOURS SPENT AT WOODSIDE_,


This Story


OF LOVE AND FAITH, OF WORK AND WAITING, AND THE GENTLE VIRTUES THAT ARE NONE THE LESS HEROIC FOR BLOOMING IN THE CENTRE OF THE HOME CIRCLE,


_IS DEDICATED TO THE HAPPY HOUSEHOLD_


OF


MR. and MRS. A. C. NEUMANN.


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THE DOUGLAS NOVELS.


BY MISS AMANDA M. DOUGLAS.


_Uniform Volumes. Price $1.50 Each._


FLOYD GRANDON'S HONOR.


"Fascinating throughout, and worthy of the reputation of theauthor."--_Philadelphia Methodist._


WHOM KATHIE MARRIED.


Kathie was the heroine of the popular series of Kathie Stories foryoung people, the readers of which were very anxious to know with whomKathie settled down in life. Hence this story, charmingly written.


LOST IN A GREAT CITY.


"There is the power of delineation and robustness of expression thatwould credit a masculine hand in the present volume, and the readerwill at no stage of the reading regret having commenced its perusal. Insome parts it is pathetic, even to eloquence."--_San Francisco Post._


THE OLD WOMAN WHO LIVED IN A SHOE.


"The romances of Miss Douglas's creation are all thrillinglyinteresting."--_Cambridge Tribune._


HOPE MILLS; or, Between Friend and Sweetheart.


"Amanda Douglas is one of the favorite authors of Americannovel-readers."--_Manchester Mirror._


FROM HAND TO MOUTH.


"There is real satisfaction in reading this book, from the fact that wecan so readily 'take it home' to ourselves."--_Portland Argus._


NELLY KINNARD'S KINGDOM.


"The Hartford Religious Herald" says, "This story is so fascinating,that one can hardly lay it down after taking it up."


IN TRUST; or, Dr. Bertrand's Household.


"She writes in a free, fresh, and natural way; and her characters arenever overdrawn."--_Manchester Mirror._


CLAUDIA.


"The plot is very dramatic, and the _denoument_ startling. Claudia, theheroine, is one of those self-sacrificing characters which it is theglory of the female sex to produce."--_Boston Journal._


STEPHEN DANE.


"This is one of this author's happiest and most successful attempts atnovel-writing, for which a grateful public will applaud her."--_Herald._


HOME NOOK: or, the Crown of Duty.


"An interesting story of home-life, not wanting in incident, andwritten in forcible and attractive style."--_New York Graphic._


SYDNIE ADRIANCE; or, Trying the World.


"The works of Miss Douglas have stood the test of popular judgment, andbecome the fashion. They are true, natural in delineation, pure andelevating in their tone."--_Express, Easton, Penn._


SEVEN DAUGHTERS.


The charm of the story is the perfectly natural and home-like air whichpervades it.


_Sold by all booksellers, and sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt ofprice._


LEE & SHEPARD, Publishers, Boston.


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