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Page 91 - Cruise of the Alice May in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and Adjacent Waters...
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Page 446 - BIOGRAPHIES BY THE LATE SIR ARTHUR HELPS, KCB The Life of Hernando Cortes, and the Conquest of MEXICO. Dedicated to Thomas Carlyle.
Page 47 - The Epoch of the Mammoth and the Apparition of Man upon the Earth, Phila., 1878.
Page 377 - Libbie Marsh's Three Eras — Curious if True — The Moorland Cottage — The Sexton's Hero — Disappearances — Right at last — The Manchester Marriage — Lois the Witch — The Crooked Branch.
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