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53 ART.-Millais (Sir J. E.) Life and Letters of, by his son, J. G. Millais, two portraits in photogravure and 40 illustrations, 8vo, 1905 cloth, nice copy, 4s 6d 54 ART.-Burlington Fine Arts Club: catalogue of a collection of Italian sculpture and other plastic art of the Renaissance, 4to, wrappers, 38 6d 55 ASTRONOMY.-Roberts's (Isaac) Selection of Photographs of Stars, StarClusters, and Nebula; together with information concerning the instruments and the methods employed in celestial photography, 53 plates, with descriptions, 4to, cloth, 5s 6d 56 ASYLUM (An) for Fugitive Pieces, collected by Charles Nutt, Coventry (poems and antiquities), 2 vols, 4to, half calf, binding rubbed, £1 1s



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