Ada Cambridge, Thirty Years in Australia (review)
And as for the cottage people—the marked thing about them was that they were not “the poor.” There was none with whom a clergyman or his wife could safely take the liberties so customary at home.
Ada Cambridge, A Sweet Day (short story)by Ada Cambridge (1844-1926) “The other stories are very sentimental, but are not uninteresting, and are nicely told.” Review of At Midnight, and other stories by Ada Cambridge (1897). Lord Thomas de Bohun had been married twice—and more. In fact he was...
Ada Cambridge, A Mere Chance (review)
by Bill Holloway. At Adelonga she meets the ne’er-do-weel (of course) Roden Dalrymple, who it is said has killed a man in a duel over a woman