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1892. Sweetser, M. F. The Maritime provinces; a
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Stories of a Western town. Thwaites, R.G. The story of Wisconsin. [1890.]
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Excursions in criticism; prose recreations of a
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The Prince's quest; and other poems. Wheeler, W:
The spectator; a digest-index. 1892, “ The compiler has been animated by a desire to ascertain whether it would be possible - (1) to make a complete and orderly survey of any book; (?) to secure uniformity of plan in indices or surveys prepared by different persons; and (3) to provide an endowment for a general enterprise in this direction by making a digest. index attractive enough to be a readable, saleable book on its own merits, apart from its function as a key to
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Addis, W: E., and Arnold, T: Catholic dictionary ;
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A story of the mystery plays in Chester in the reign
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Contents. Black and white. - A love story. -One never knows. — A lucky young man. - Doctor Dulci.
· Money makes the mare to go. – The fortune of
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