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has been adopted in Hiram and Scio Colleges, in the Normal Universities of Ada, Lebanon, and Fay. ette, also in the High Schools of Cleveland, Columbus, Bellaire, Bucyrus, Galion, and in a large number of cities and towns in Ohio and other states. Examine this book before you begin your next term.
From Hon. L. D. Bonebrake, State School Commissioner, Columbus, Ohio: "I have taken ample time to examine Professor Irish's 'American and British Authors. It is my judg. ment that the book is one of rare power, skillfully selected happily arranged, and thoroughly valuable to the student of Literature. I recommend it and congratulate its author on his success."
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