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Chronicle and Comment
, pp. 175-188 -
Old Lamps for New Ones
by James MacArthur, pp. 189-194 -
Sketches and Essays by Charles Dickens
Within the Walls
by Alice Wardwell, p. 195 -
The Progress of "Fonetik Refawrm"
by Harry Thurston Peck, pp. 196-201 -
by Thomas Walsh, p. 202 -
by M.A. De Wolfe Howe, pp. 203-213 -
VIII---Emerson and Concord
by Harry Thurston Peck, pp. 214-215 -
An Epoch-Making Lexicon
by John C. Rolfe, pp. 216-219 -
Launcelot and Gawaine
by Richard Hovey, p. 220 -
In Kedar's Tents
by Henry Seton Merriman, pp. 221-230 -
by W. Robertson Nicoll, pp. 231-232 -
by Alfred Maniere, pp. 233-234 -
The Bookman's Letter-Box
, pp. 235-238 -
The Oak In Autumn
by Benjamin F. Leggett, p. 239 -
, pp. 240-242 -
, p. 257 -
The Bookman's Table
, p. 260 -
Among the Libraries
by George H. Baker, pp. 261-262 -
The Book Mart
, p. 263 -
, p. 263 -
, p. 264 -
Sales of Books During the Month
, pp. 265-267 -
, pp. 268-270 -
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