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Hall Caine is disposed to assign coloured, by John Forbes Nixon, and an article by Mr. great importance to The Novelist in Shakespeare.' William' Bolton on Early Entries referring to Book His words, first spoken at a Shakspeare birthday dinner, are ingenious and fervid, but do not always carry con

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MR. THAIRLWALL's useful index to Lord de Tabley's • The Grievances of Railway Passengers,' attributable Study of Book-plates' is issued in a separate form, so as principally to the exorbitant pretensions of the railway to be capable of being bound with the work. companies. Of two important expeditions to the North Pole, Mo, Herbert Ward attaches most importance to the English. A fourth instalment of 'Secrets from the

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On all communications must be written the name and his views should find acceptance, which would be a mis address of the sender, not necessarily for publication, but fortune, Mrs. T. Sparrow gives a terrible picture of The as a guarantee of good faith. Women's Dogs House.' Why and How the Great Dic

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