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HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF MEXICO. With a Life of Hernando Cortez. By W. H. PRESCOTT. 3 vols. 8vo. Price, in muslin, $2 per volume.
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By EDWARD HITCH
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MARGARET; a Tale of the Real and the Ideal, Blight and Bloom. By Rev. SYLVESTER JUDD. Revised edition. 2 vols. 12mo. Price, $1.
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THE LIFE OF JOHN STERLING. By THOMAS CARLYLE. In one volume 12mo. Price, $1. One of the most touching biographies in the language, and to most readers, the most genial, as well as the most able, of Carlyle's works.
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THE CONFLICT OF AGES; or, the Great Debate on the Moral Relations of God and Man. By EDWARD BEECHER, D. D. 12mo, Price, $1.25.
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LETTERS TO A YOUNG PHYSICIAN. By JAMES JACKSON. M. D., LL. D., Professor
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