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NEW ILLUSTRATED HAND-BOOK OF NORTH WALES.
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This day is published, price Gel.; by post, Is., DOOR SCOTCH OLD MAIDS, and HOW -* to AVOID BECOMING ONE: being a Few Words of Counsel to the Parents and Daughters of Scotland; with an Appendix, containing Schemes for Providing for Married as well as Single Women.
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COLLEGE LIFE in the TIME of JAMES the FIRST, as illustrated by an Unpublished Diary of Sir S. d'Ewes, Bart., M.P., Fellow Commoner of St. John's College, Cambridge. 5s.
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BLACK'S GERMAN DICTIONARY.
ANEW and COMPLETE GRAMMATICAL GERMAN and ENGLISH DICTIONARY: in which are introduced the Genitives and Plurals and other Irregularities of Substantives, the Comparative Degrees of Adjectives, and the Irregularities of Verbs, arranged in the Alphabet as well as under their Roots; also the Pronunciation, Composition, Construction, and Government of Words throughout the Language. By F. W. Thiemb. 3d Edition, 7s. strongly bound.
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