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Old Authorscontinued.
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to the Greek by George Chapman, with Intro-
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12 0 This is the most complete edition, coutaining two more plays than in Dyce's edition. The whole of the Works of Roger Ascham,

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90 The Poetical Works of Richard Crawshaw,

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GENERAL LITERATURE

pages 3-48 STORY BOOKS

49-83
Alphabetical Lists

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97-112 Anecdote Series

Hymn Books Bible History .

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35 By-paths of Bible Knowledge

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85 Classified Price List

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GENERAL LITERATURE.

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Aots of the Apostles, The. An Account of the First Age of the Christian Church.

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is needful for a thorough understanding of this great book of the New Testament. AdaM, Rev. THOMAS.

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