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The Civil Service English Grammar: being Notes on the

History and Grammar of tho English Language. By W.v.yates, CM.,
Windermere Grammar School. Fep. 8vo. cloth, 2s.

The Civil Service Handbook of English Literature. By

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The Civil Service First French Book: being a Practical

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The Civil Service History of England: being a Fact-Book

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Payne's Studies in English Poetry; with short Bio

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