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THE JEFFERSONIAN CYCLOPEDIA
f EDITED BY JOHN P. FOLEY. -- r '
One Thousand Pages A Storehouse of Wisdom.for Speakers, Writers, Students' and Thiers,
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"r : ' THe contents are arranged under topics in alphatetical order. The volume-also contains an fexKaustiVb cross-reference index, from hich.tiio -i
oliowiug representative, extracts have been BClectc'd. Af glance over these will. par tiallylfihow, tho immeneo Ecopeand thoroughness of the work: .
Antt-Federalists, Alexander of R.ussia, Bacon's
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' SCIENCE, ART, EpUCATION, RELIGION.
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v Literary Men, Readipg, Books," Anglo-Saxon
Language, Anonymous writing, Cicero, Debate.
1 . ; SOCIOLOGY.
.Charity, ' Anarchy Aristocracy,. Arbitration,
Centralization, Qoinage, Health, Home, Corpora-
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Monopoly, Population? Panics, Newspapers, Opr
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The Cabinet, Democratic Societies, Republicanism.
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