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212. MEYNELL (ALICE). The Rhythm of Life, and

other Essays. FIRST EDN. With book-label of R. Le Gal-

lienne. 12mo, buckram, uncut.

Lond. 1893

7 213. MILNES (RICHARD M.-Lord Houghton). Poeti- v
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214. MILTON'S Poetical Works; Casquet of Gems; A

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215. MITCHELL (S. WEIR). Little Stories. FIRST EDN.

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N. Y. 1903

216. MODERN PHYSICS [Neville); The Divine Govern-

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V217. MORRIS (WM.) Love is Enough. SECOND EDN.

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Lond. 1873

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CAL RESEARCH, Transl. from the French of M. Sage,
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Lond. 1736 The “Proceedings" include reports from missionaries at North Groton, Stratford, New-Town, Reading, Scituate, New London, Windham, Newport, Boston, Portsmouth, Long Island,

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J 228.

Brief History of the Lotos Club. By John Elderkin. Illusts., with numerous portraits inserted. Crown 8vo, morocco, gilt edges.

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Lond. 1677 Contains selections from all the most eminent books by the Elizabethan poets and dramatists—Jonson, Heywood, Shakespeare, Quarles, Chapman, Carew, Spenser, and many others.

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Lond. 1876 259. The Soft Porcelaine of Sèvres. With an Historical Introduction by Edouard Garnier. Folio, threequarter morocco.

Lond 1892 Superbly illustrated with 50 large full-page colored plates representing 250 subjects, after the originals in the most celebrated private and public collections. The plates are delicate

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With author's A. L, S. inserted. 262. PROSE FICTION, A Study of. By Bliss Perry. Post 8vo, cloth.

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264. REPRESENTATIVE ACTORS [Clark Russell], Lond. [1872); Mr. and Mrs. Bancroft, on and off the Stage, Lond. 1889; English Songs [Barry Cornwall], Bost. 1844; An Actor Abroad (Leathes], Lond. 1880; and others. 6 vols.

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N. Y. 1900 266. RILEY (JAMES WHITCOMB). His Pa's Romance. FIRST EDN. Illust. 12mo, cloth. Indianapolis, 1903

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