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Little Journeys
TO THE HOMES OF
GREAT LOVERS
Ferdinand Lassalle &
Helene von Donniges

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The Man of Sorrows

BY ELBERT HUBBARD

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EING a Little Journey to the Home of Jesus of Nazareth. A sincere attempt to depict the life, times and teachings, & with truth limn the personality of the Man of Sorrows. Printed on hand-made paper, from a new font of Roman type. Special initials and ornaments. One hundred & twenty pages. A very beautiful book, bound solidly, yet simply in limp leather, silk-lined.

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It was time this book was issued-it
is sure to dispel much theological fog.
Philadelphia "Inquirer.'
Don't be afraid of Elbert Hubbard's
"Man of Sorrows." The work is re-
verent and thoughtful, and gives us
the man Jesus as though he lived to-
day.
Washington "Star."
We would all believe in Jesus of Naz-
areth if we knew him. "The Man of
Sorrows" reveals the man, with no
attempt to make him anything else.
New Orleans "Picayune."

erent and appreciative

Los Angeles "Times."

The price per volume

Fifty copies in Modeled Leather

A few copies on Japan Vellum, bound in Three-
Fourths Levant, hand-tooled

$2.00

7.50

10.00

Address THE

ROYCROFTERS

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A PRESENT FOR HER WHETHER YOU'VE GOT HER, OR ONLY LIVE IN HOPE

Sonnets to a Wife

THE noblest and best sustained sonnet-sequence ever

produced in this country, nature poetry and love poetry, picturesque, reflective, tender, passionate, pure, holy and of exalted idealism.

By Ernest McGaffey

With an appreciative foreword by the publisher, Mr. William Marion Reedy, and portrait of the author. Bound in padded, dove-colored ooze binding, gilt top, title embossed in gold on front cover.

Enclosed in a strong, neat box, Price $1.50

Address WILLIAM MARION REEDY,
THE MIRROR, ST. LOUIS, MO.

A Book to Woo the Sweetest She

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