San Francisco: Brunt & Co., Printers & Publishers, 1891. 8vo. Green cloth, stamped in gilt & blind, bevelled edges. 234 p. 1st ed. Wright III, 409. Hinkel Vol. III, p. 329. Baird & Greenwood 192. Pages yellowing; else very good. 
"Chrysolyte, the heroine, is taught to bear the afflictions of life and the woes of suffering through the discovery of natural and divine laws - as so stated in the Introductory. The novel concludes with a railroad trip over the Sierra Nevada to San Francisco" - Baird & Greenwood. Smith was born in Adams, Michigan in 1848 and lived in San Francisco & Pacific Grove, where she died in 1901.