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Works on Sanitary & Social Science,

BY T. L. NICHOLS, M.D., F.A.S.

FORTY YEARS OF AMERICAN LIFE. Crown 8vo., pp. 525, extra

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A SKETCH OF HIS EARLY LIFE,

AND THE

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BY

JOHN LOBB,
Managing Editor of the Christian AGE.”

London:
“CHRISTIAN AGE” OFFICE, 89, FARRINGDON STREET.

1876.

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