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The volume for 1888 will be, in many respects, superior to any % that have preceded it, as will be seen by the following partial o Announcements: The Right Hon. W. E. Gladstone, the famous English Statesman, will contribute an article, expressly - - written for the Companion, on “The Future of the English-Speaking o S Races.” Moss As. Six Serial Stories, S § - 3. % FULLY ILLUSTRATED, WILL BE GIVEN IN 1888, BY § (o: o J. T. Trowbridge, C. A. Stephens, and others. j \ Eminent Contributors. t ~4) Special Articles of great interest, written for the Companion, will sy
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