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187 NOTICES OF BOOKS.
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187 Notices Of Books.
187 NOTICES OF BOOKS .
Xxxiv.—Notices Of Books. *«
XXXIV . _—NOTICES OF BOOKS . _*«
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infinitesimal feathers— , who cherish dolls and trundle _Iiooids while the dren honnes of srt and tricoier have under their the pictures formal and files story of trees books , — , all and these books chil of - every age
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brown volumes of Berquin * s U Ami des Enfants "—printed
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