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NUMBERS ONE, Two, AND THREE
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1873, by
J. W. SHOEMAKER & Co., In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, Washington, D. C.
14 marli -R.BR.
MTHREE years ago BEST SELECTIONS, NUMBER ONE,
was issued from the press. The recognition given it by the public abundanily warranted the annual publication of such a work, and numbers two and three have followed promptly in their order.
"Best Things from Best Authors” unites the three numbers in one volume, and we believe will be found to combine a very full variety of almost every style of expression. This combination has been made in adaptation to our own convenience, and in answer to frequent requests from those who desire them thus arranged for preservation or for use.
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