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The following are books published recently, now in stock in the book department: "Aspects of the Earth" by Professor N. S. Shaler.
"Leigh Hunt as Poet and Essayist" by Charles Kent.
"The American Railway."
"Lite of General Lafayette, 2 Vols. by Bayard Tuckerman.
The Journal of Marie Bashkirtseff.
Volumes of Bohn's Library published at $2.00 and $1.40, are offered by the Society at $1.25 and 90 cents respectively.
Laberton's Historical Atlas, $1.60.
American Statesman Series, 85 cents per volume.
The atmospheric ink-stand patented a few years ago has had but a limited sale on account of its expense: its advantages have been obvious from the start. Recently the makers have reduced the regular price and the Society bought largely to secure the maximum discount.
The regular price of the best selling one is now $1.50. The Society offers this one at 90 cents.
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