Four Girls at Chautauqua by Pansy.

The most fascinating "watering-place" story ever published. Four friends, each a brilliant girl in her way, tired of Saratoga and Newport, try a fortnight at the new summer resort on Chautauqua Lake, choosing the time when the National Sunday-school Assembly is in camp. Rev. Drs. Vincent, Deems, Cuyler, Edward Eggleston, Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller, move prominently through the story.—D. Lothrop & Company (1875).

This book created a genuine sensation by its vivid pictures of religious experiences in young lives, and has continued to be a general favorite.—Lothrop Publishing Company (1893).