The Curse of Clifton; a Tale of Explation and Redemption.

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Shannondale. By Mrs. Emma D. E. N, Southworth, author of "The Deserted Wife," "Curse of Clifton," etc. Complete in one fine large octavo volume. Price 50 cents.

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