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Mornings in Spring, 131. Dudley's (J. B. W.) Tocsin, at Home, 467. Markham's (Mrs.) History of France, 8.
The preceding Twelve Volumes, 15s. each. 585. Davis's (Rev. W.) Hints to promote a Profitable Marly; or, a Planter's Life in Jamaica, 181. Marriage
Printed for Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green. Attendance on an Evangelical Ministry, 808.

in High Life, 327. Martin's (J.) Plan for Supplying

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