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WILLIAM FAREL. AND THE STORY OF THE SWISS REFORM. By the Rev. William M. Biaceburs, author of " The Rebel Prince." "The Exiles of Madeira," "Young Calvin in Paris," Ac. Price $1 50.

ANTHROPOS. By Rev. Wm. P. Brf.fi), D. P., tntbor of "Man Responsible for'His Belief," Ac. Price 60 oents.

A WEEK WITH JESUS; Or, Lfssons LearnEd Ik His Company. By the Rev. John M. Lowrie, D. D. inthor of " Esther and Her Times," "Adam and HUTimes," and "The Hebrew Lawgiver." Price (1 25.

AONIO PALEARTO AND HIS FRIENDS.

With a Revised Edition of "The Benefit of Christ's Death." By the Rev. William M. Blackburn, author of "William Forel," "Young Calvin in Paris," and "The Rebel Prince." Price $1 10.

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ALISON'S HISTORY OF EUROPE. Library edition. 24 vols. $130; or without the Atlas, $100.

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COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND AND ROME. Illustrated by John Leech. 2 vols., colored plates. $10.

LITERATURE AND CURIOSITIES OF DREAMS. By

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RICHARDSON'S ENGLISH DICTIONARY. New edition. 2 vols., cloth, $30; half Russia, $37 50; full tree calf, $45.

MRS. JAMIESON'B COMPLETE WORKS. 6 vols, cloth, $45; full mor., $65.

TODD'S CYCLOPEDIA OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 6 vols., illustrated, cloth, $35; hf. cf., $50.

ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POET8. A

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Music Books Recently Published. HIGH SCHOOL CHORA.LIST.

A Selection of Choruses and Four-Part Songs, from the Works of the Great Masters, for the use of Colleges, High Schools, Ac. $100.

GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHORUS.

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THE CHAPEL.

A Collection of Tunes in all Metres, Composed for, and Especially Adapted to the wants of all Church Choirs and Christian Worshippers, Home Circles, and Social Gatherings. Price, in paper, 33 cts.; boards, 40 cts.

A WINTER EVENING'S ENTE- R
TAINMENT.

A Social Cantata. Words by Sidney Dyer. Musio by C. A. Cull. Cloth, $1 25; paper, $1 00.

JOUSSE'S MUSICAL CATECHISM.

A New Edition, with an Appendix containing Modulations from the various Major and Minor Keys, and a Treatise on the Syllables, and the Construction of Chords, by J. C. J. 25 oents.

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LITTLE LAYS FOE LITTLE FOLKS. Selected by John G. Watts from the Poems and Songs of
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AN ORIGINAL CHRISTMAS PLAY, by Stirling Coyne.

AN ORIGINAL BURLESQUE, by F. C. Burnand.

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