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THE LIFE OF THOMAS COLE, N. A.
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LIFE OF SPENCER II. CONE, D.D.
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In a Series of Lectures.
Rev. A. M. POINDEXTER.
STRUGGLES AND TRIUMPHS OF
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REPRESENTATIVE WOMEN; From Eve, the Wife of the First, to Mary, the Mother of the Second Adam:
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ANECDOTES: RELIGIOUS, MORAL, ,
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PRESIDENT NOTT'S LECTURES ON
By President Nort, of Union College.
taining Mr. Delavan's Letter to Governor King.
SYDNEY YENDYS. CARLILE AND STERLING.
NEAL AND BUNYAN.
EDGAR A. Poe.
Sir Edw. LYTTON BULWER.
BENJAMIN D SRAELI.
BOUND AND UNBOUND).
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Table for Farmers, Merchants, Mechanics, otc.; Board by the Week; Board
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THE MARBLE-WORKER'S MANUAL.
Working, and Polishing; Veneering of Marble ; Painting upon and Color.
Translated from the French by M. L. BOOTH.