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Biography | Henry G. Langley | 1844
Transcription 16 HENRY G. LANGLEY'S PUBLICATIONS.
SIMM'S LIFE OF MARION.

LIFE OF GENERAL FRANCIS MARION, BY THE AUTHOR OF " Guy RIVERS."
With numerous Engravings. 1 vol. 12mo. Ready in June. $1 00.
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THE ANNALS OF THE POOR,
Comprising The Dairyman's Daughter," The Negro Ser-
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