Title from page 1.
Printed in double columns.
"April 12, 1881."--Caption.
"The only young ladies' library of first-class copyright novels published!"--Page 1.
"The Saturday Journal, No. 86, November 4, 1871, remarked: 'We regard her [Ouida's] works of fiction as improper reading for the pure in heart,' but evidently the editors changed their minds, or regarded the 1881 readers as more sophisticated."--Johannsen, A. House of Beadle and Adams and its dime and nickel novels, volume 1, page 308, no. 74.
Inludes the short story (pages 7-18): Little Grand and the Marchioness, or, Our Maltese peerage.
Includes the short story (pages 18-?): Lady Marabout's troubles, or, The worries of a chaperone : in three seasons.