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The Civil Service English Grammar: being Notes on the
History and Grammar of the English Language. By W. V. YATES, C.J.,
Windermere Grammar School. Fcp. 8vo. cloth, 2s.
By H. A. Dobson. Editor of “The Civil Service History of England," &c.
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