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A NOVEL. By Henry GRÉVILLE. Appletons' Town and Country Library.
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A ROMANCE. By HENRY FAULKNER DARNELL. Appletons' Town and Country
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JEWETT. Appletons' Town and Country Library. 12mo. Paper, 50 cents. The translator of this romance, the Hon. H. M. Jewett, is the American consul at Sivas, Turkey. Mr. Jewett's long residence in Asia Minor enables him to testity as to the truth of the life depicted. It is mainly a love-story, full of interest, with experiences and incidents comparatively new, The Dominant Seventh.
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