As Mr. Seymour I. Hudgens is away from Cambridge, hard at work with the crew at the New London quarters, it is to be hoped that the subscribers for his little but handsome volume of poetry, "Exeter, School Days and Other Poems," will not forget their obligations to him, and accordingly call in at Moses King's book-store, and get their copies before leaving Cambridge for the summer vacation. Although the book was made chiefly for the subscribers, and its cost was incurred by reason of confidence in the subscribers, a number of copies additional were made to supply such additional orders as might reasonably be expected to come in. A few of these copies still remain unsold, and can be obtained of the publisher in Cambridge, or of Mr. Hudgens at New London.
'VARSITY HUDGENS, THE POET.
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