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Amateur Tommy Atkins : A Volunteer's ex-
periences related in the Letters of Private Saml Bagshaw to his Mother. Illustrated with many clever silhouettes. LONDON: Field e Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, E.C. [One Shilling.
N amusing relation of the experiences of a volunteer recruit at drill, in camp, and on the march.
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N outspoken criticism. Shews how grotesque the services may become if carelessly performed.
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BEAUTIFUL and choice book printed in extra large type : a book over which even minutes may be profitably expended.
Reasonable Apprehensions and Reassuring
HINTS : Papers designed to attract attention to the Nature of Modern Unbelief, and to meet some of its fundamental assumptions. By the Rev. Henry Footman, m.a. LONDON : Field e Tuer, The Leadenhall Press, E.C. [One Shilling.
The author begins by stating the case of unbelievers better than they usually state it themselves, and then goes on to state the case for belief so clearly that twenty high-class reviews have commended the work, and every week brings fresh evidence of the interest it is exciting.
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Canada's Poet: By "Yours alway, James Gay"
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This amusing book is not meant as a joke. The whole point of its publication is that it is seriously written, and its author, James Gay, is serious in believing himself to be on a level with Lord Tennyson, to whom his " poems " are affectionately dedicated.