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THE PROTOPLASMIC THEORY OF LIFE.
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The Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution.
Including the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. Two hundred and forty-three of the Sages and Heroes are presented in cine form, and many others are named incidentally. By Carroll L. Judson. Svo, cloth, with numerous steel portraits, 480 pp., $2.50.
Pictorial History of the American Revolution.
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Young Folks' History of the United States.
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By Francis H. Underwood, A.M. Crown 8vo, cloth, 640 pp., $2.50; half morocco, $4.50; half calf, $4.50; full morocco, $6; full calf, $6.
Noble Deeds of American Women.
By J. Clement. With an Introduction by Mrs. Sigourney. i2mo, illustrated, 4S0 pp., $1.50.
The Young American's Library of Eminent Statesmen. Uniform with "Famous Generals." 6 vols., i2mo, handsomely illustrated, in neat box. New edition. Per vol., $1.25. Life of Benjamin Franklin. "Daniel Webster. "William Penn. "Henry Clay. Daring Deeds of the Revolution. Noble Deeds of our Forefathers.
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Life of General Washington.
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