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All who take an interest in Sea or Fresh-water Fishing, or who The Quiver for July,
visit the International Fisheries Exhibition, now being held in London, should read
The Fisheries of the World,
just commenced in MONTHLY Parts, price vyd., which not only
PARTS 1 and 2 now ready.
Price 6d., contains-
A. R. BUCKLAND, B.A.
Poverty.) By OUR SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT.
JOSEPH C. BRIDGE, M.A., B.Mus.
Rev. J. W. GEDGE, M.A,
Notice.—“Palmy Days,” the EXTRA HOLIDAY NUMBER
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The Magazine for the Nursery. The Midsummer Volume Cassell's Magazine Bo-Peep for July, of“Little Folks,”
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How to Decorate Fans. By AN ARTIST.
The Servant Difficulty. “A charming Magazine for ing Reading for Girls and
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Popular Entertainments: A Retrospect and Reflec
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J. C. HADDEN.
The Phantom Ship. A Legend. By F. E. WEATHERLY.
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But we are trying to describe what is indescribable. Those, who never see Dore's 'Inferno' will never have an idea of the
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