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Irish book[s] for the use of Irish classes in AmerArnold, Alex. S. Henry Lovell: a temper
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book, 48 p., Second, 104 p. D. pap., ea., 25 c. R. I., A. S. Arnold, 1878. 196 p. il. D. cl., lished by request of the Society for the Preservation of the
Elementary books for teaching the Irish language; pub$1 ; pap., 50 c.
Irish Language;" with the Irish characters and English exScene laid in New England ; illustrates in a forcible man- planations ; carefully graduated. ner the evils of intemperance; free from sectarianism.
Lawrence, Mrs. C. W. Do they love us yet? N. Y., Bellew, Frank. Parlor amusements : home and social Ja. Miller, 1878. 250 p. 12°. cl.. $1.50. entertainments. N. Y., G. W. Carleton & Co., 1878. 216 Miller, Mrs. E. P. Mother Truth's melodies : common p. 150 il. sq. 16o. cl., 75 C.
sense for the children: a kindergarten. N. Y., G. W. Bulwer-Lytton, Sir E: G: E. L. [Lord Lytton.]
Carleton & Co., 1878. 215 P. 300 il. 12o. cl., $1. The last days of Pompeii. N. Y., Harper, Munsey, W: Elbert. Sermons and lectures. 1878. 78 p. 9. (Franklin sq. lib., no. 33.) Macon, Ga., J. W. Burke & Co., 1878. 37 + pap., 15 c.
481 p. 2 eng. D. cl., $2. Cotterill, T: Family prayers for a week. N. Y., T. Author, late of the Halston conference, M. E. Church Whittaker, 1878. 70 p. 18o. cl., 40 C. ; pap., 15 C.
South. Twenty-seven sermons on Isaiah's vision ; The
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Facts about England; its history, government, and an- Pinkerton, Allan. Criminal reminiscences and detective tiquitics : brief sketches of the English monarchs, and the
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cl., $1.50. Even-song: service of song to be used on Lord's day when Puck's Volks-Kalender, 1879; ed. by Leopold
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others. N. Y., Keppler & Schwarzmann, First Irish book, see Irish.
1878. 132 p. 0. pap., 25 C. Freidenker-Almanach, 1879. 20 year.
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Milwaukee, C: Doerflinger, 1878. 37 p. T.
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narrative of a journey from Bombay to the G. W. Carleton & Co., 1878. 390 p. 12o. $1.50. Bosporus. N. Y., Harper, 1878. 92 p. Q. Whittaker's churchman's almanac: Prot. Epis. (Franklin sq. lib., no. 34.) pap., 15 c.
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Witman, Frederica K. Legend of the mound, Harris, Lee 0. The man who tramps : a story of today. Indianapolis, Douglass & Carlon,
Harrisburg, Lane S. Hart, 1878. 39 p. il. sq.
D. cl., $1.50. printers, 1878. (Yohn Bros.] 304 p. D. cl.
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Lawrence, Mrs. C. W. Do they love us yet? N. V., cial Ja. Miller, 1878. 250 p. 12°. cl., 31.50. 216 Miller, Mrs. E. P. Mother Truth's melodies : common
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