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THE SUNDAY MAGAZINE.

A NEW VOLUME BEGINS WITH THE JANUARY PART,

AND WILL CONTAIN:

LIFES' LONG BATTLE WON.

THE NEW SERIAL STORY.
By EDWARD GARRETT,

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LEADERS OF THE CENTURIES.

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North Polar Chart, Frontispiece

The World (in Hemispheres)

Chart of the World on Mereator's Projection
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Turkey in Europe

Greece, &c, showing the new Northern Limits ...

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Asia

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Palestine, from the Palestine Exploration Fund Survey

Persia and Afghanistan

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China and Japan

Oceania

South Australia, New South \Vales, and Victoria

New Zealand

Africa ... ...

South Africa

5 North-Western Africa) (0lle sheet)

( 1 entral Africa ... I'

Egypt and Lower Nubia

Upper Nubia and Abyssinia

North America ...

Canada (Western Sheet) ..

Dominion of Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and New

foundland (Two Sheets)

United States of North America (Two Sheets)

Mexico... ... ... ...

West Indies nud Central America

South America (Two Sheets)

With Index to

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