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HAVE JUST PUBLISHED: The Three Prophets :

CHINESE GORDON; MOHAMMED-AHMED; ARABI PASHA. Events before, during, and after the Bombardment of Alexandria. By Colonel CHAILLÉ LONG, ex-Chief of Staff to Gordon in Africa; ex-United States Consular Agent in Alexan.

dria, etc., etc. With Portraits. 16mo, paper. Price, 50 cents. Colonel Long was General Gordon's chief of staff in the Soudan, and while acting as consular agent at Alexandria he witnessed the massacres, and the bombardment of that city. His long residence in Egypt, and his personal knowledge of men and events there, make him a competent authority on the subjects related in this volume Allen Dare and Robert le Diable.-Part Second.

ALLAN DARE AND ROBERT LE DIABLE. A ROMANCE. By ADMIRAL PORTER.

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