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= JULY 2, 1866. A. S. BARNES & Co.
ROBT. H. JOHNSTON & CO., Announce to their customers and the public that Importers, Booksellers, and Publishers, they may now be found in their new premises,
64 Nassau Street, New York. ' Nos. 111 & 113 William St., KNIGHT'S ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF ENGLAND (CORNER OF JOHN,)
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LITERATURE AND CURIOSITIES OF DREAMS. By
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WATTS' DICTIONARY OF CHEMISTRY. Vol. 1 to 3.
TODD'S CYCLOPEDIA OF ANATOMY AND PHYSI. STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOK DEPARTMENT. I
T OLOGY. 6 vols., illustrated, cloth. $35. This branch of the business will hereafter be con- | LORD MACAULAY'S COMPLETE WORKS. 8 vols., ducted by Mr. John C. Barnes, late of the firm of cloth, $40; do. full tree calf, bound by RIVIERE, $65. Ames & Barnes, whose long experience in this class of THOMAS CARLYLE'S FREDERICK THE GREAT. goods affords buyers every guarantee of satisfaction.
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COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND AND ROME. Cold
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ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POETS. A
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The Literature of the Rebellion.
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JULY 2, 1866.
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DUTCH TILES; or, Loving Words about the Saviour.
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JULY 2, 1866.
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