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SEASON OF 1879.
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The Summer Catalogue, issued now for two years, has been found so useful and profitable by enterprising dealers, that it has become a regular feature of the trade. The third issue, in a special pamphlet adapted for imprint circulation all through the summer, is published in connection with The PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY of June 14th.
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SEASON OF 1879.
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HISTORY OF AMERICAN POLITICS.
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