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ON VIOL AND FLUTE. A New Volume 1 CALDERON'S DRAMAS. of Poems, by Edmund W. Gosse. With
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LIFE IS A DREAM. EASTERN LEGENDS AND STORIES
Translated from the Spanish, By Denis IN ENGLISH VERSE. By Lieu
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These translations have never before
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SONGS FOR SAILORS. By Dr. W. C. fun about the stories, joined to marvellous
Bennett. Dedicated by Special Request
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