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PROSPECTUS FOR 1877.
, AN ILUSTRATLD MONTHLY OF .
Poplar Literatnre, Science and Art
Announcement for 1877. f
; The number for January begins the nine
teenth volume of this Magazine, and while, its
past record will it is hoped be deemed- a
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' - LITERATURE.
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SPECIAL FEATURES FOR 1877.
! 1. A new serial story,
The IVIarcHiis of Ziossie,
bv George MacDonald, author f Mak-ohn,
f'Alec-Forbft," "Robert Falconer,"etc.
To those of our readers wJii .are familiar
with "Malcolm," this new story from the pen
Of this distinguished writer will need no re
commendation, and his reputation is a guaran
tee to others of a deeply interesting . and
powerful story. ', It began in the November
number, which, issue, with the December part,
will be furnished graits to all new subscribers
; 2. A prof llustrated series of sketches
Swedish Scenery and Iiife,
by Prof. Willard Frisk, author of Cornell
University, Who is throughly familar with
Sweden and its people from personal observa
tion.' 'j 3. 'A series of popular papers on
rt and Art Matters,
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"The New Hyperion," etc.
; .4. Illustrated Sketches of Travel, e u title
j Pictarcs from Spain,
by.Edward King, author of the "Great So a th"
I 5. Mrs. Lucy H. Hooper's Interesting and
Piquant , .
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will be continued through the year.
; 6. . . '
The Beauties of the Rhine
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7. uring the. year will appear a number
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the United States, England, South America,
Japan, Mongolia, and other countries. -
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