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An originil novel of American life and character, published anonymously under the title of "As it may happen," is nearly ready from the press of Porter & Coates. The ms. or advance sheets have been read by several competent to judge, and all, as may be noted elsewhere, unite in prophesying for it a deserved success. It is said to combine much interest •of plot with humor in delineation, and one prophet speaks of it as the American novel we have all of us been waiting for.

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German (The): how to give it, how to lead it, how to dance it; by two amateur leaders. Chic, Jansen, McClurg & Co., 1878. 132 p. 120. cl., $1.25.

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By a well-known spiritualist and medium, and society lady ; compilation of poems, prose extracts, etc., from celebrated authors recognizing a belief in a continuity of life beyond the crave, and intercourse and communications between so-called spirits and denizens of this world. The second part consists of spiritual communications made to the author and others, through mediums.

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Tennyson, Alfred. Complete works. N. Y., R. Worthington, 1878. 8 + 436 p. 120. cl., $1.

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Hill, Rosamond and Florence D. The recorder of Birmingham: mem. of Matthew Davenport Hill, by his daughters. N. Y., Macmillan, 1878. 19 + 515 p. 8°. cl., •$4.50.

Hit tell, J: S. History of San Francisco, and, incidentally, of California. San Francisco, A. L. Bancroft & Co., 1878. 500 p. 8°. cl., $4.

Houghton, George. Drift from York Harbor, Maine. [Poems.] Bost., A. Williams& Co., 1879. 48 p. sq. D. pap., 35 c.

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A poem based upon events in our late war.

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World's (The) almaniac for 1879 : compendium of useless and interesting information ; with il. by F. S. Church. N. Y„ The World, I878. 61 p. sq. T. (" Out of the World " ser., no. 2.) pap., 25 c. New comic fables, verses, odd stories, and other humorous

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