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The Society fr P.ilitlcul Edocation, No. 4 Morton street, W r xi i j . r uu with No. X[ of their pamphlcts. The subject of this one is "Repudlatlon," -fey George V. Green. Herbert Spencer 11 publi.-h n the June Popular Science Monthly, the second part of his article on "The Sins of Legislators," in wbJeh he givcs his views on protection, charity by proxy, and tlie general iufluence of pateraal guvernment. Houghton, Mif├╝in & Co., Boston, send as number five of their Riverside Literature Series, averaging seyenty pages. Price 15 cents. The number before us is "Mabel Martin" and otlier poems, by John Greenleaf Whlttler. For sale by Geo. Osius & Co. The Western ('yclist is a brlght little paper devoted to the good of the cause of cycling and as it has so tnuch tliat isjrood to be feaid it has cbanged from a inor.thly to a fortnightly. It is the exponent In the West of the best exercise and pastimc man ever invented. The BUtxeription 3 00 cents tobe remitted to Ovid, Micli. Tlie CofKiER bas reccived from Messrs. D. Lothrop & Co., Boston, the tirst nurnbei- ui' " Tlie Young KolUs' Library," B publication of cboice literature. Xo. 1 is "Tip Lewis and bis Lamp," by Pansy. Each volume will represent some favorite American author. The series is fssued in Manilla paper binding-i at 25 cents per volume, or$3.00 per year.


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