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Mr. Copeland requests a complete attendance this week of the classes in reading and speaking.
The following books, mentioned in the Monday evening lectures, have been reserved in the English Alcove at the Library: "Don Quixote" (in a French and an English translation), Lowell's Letters, Mr. Kipling's "Many Inventions," "David Balfour," and "Essays in London," by Mr. Henry James.
"Lavengro," "The New Arabian Nights," "Across the Plains," and "When a Man's Single,"- which bear upon the lecture of this week-will be reserved within a few days.
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