Stanley John Weyman as an English novelist sometimes referred to as the "Prince of Romance". Beginning his professional literary career in middle age, Weyman had a lifetime of experience to share including the insights gained from his extensive travels. Ovington's Bank is a classic of romantic adventure fiction from the greatest of the swashbuckling romancers. The story has a political motive, which deals mainly with an election which took place in England in the early part of Victoria’s reign. Brilliant writing taking place in England, at a time after a war when a golden era seemed to be upon the nation, money seemed to be available for everyone. Stanley John Weyman shows a good eхample of different social groups. This work of the author has a historical point of view.