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Mr. Copeland's Reading Tonight.

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In reading Dickens and Thackeray this evening--in Sever 11, at 8 o'clock--Mr. Copeland will select from "David Copperfield," "A Tale of Two Cities," "Henry Esmond," and "The Book of Snobs." The reading will include also "The Cane-bottomed Chair," Mr. Molony's Account of the Ball," and "The Ballad of Bouillabaisse."

Late comers will kindly enter through the ante-room.

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