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1. LORDS AND LADIES. Published by arrangement with A. K. Loring, Boston.
2. SHORT STORIES, Krin. Ordeal of Fay. Susan Lane's Christmas. Hoodlum Band. By Bret Harte, and early chapters of This Son of Vulcan.
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