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San Ysidro Ranch, Santa Barbara Hotel Webster 128 DAYS, $1,250 to $3,000
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The Sunshine City Your Tour Abroad | Flis, seu, eto.
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chartered Cunard new s.s Laconia,
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Bishop Shayler of
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the publication of this book bewith him. On receiving a tele
gins a new era of American gram from Grant, the Secretary
biographical writing." handed it to the President. Grant reported that Lee had
But Professor Nichols's estimate proposed a conference for the
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extraordinary. out a reply which he directed him to sign and despatch imme
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ous,” says Frederick E. Taylor, cuss, or confer on any political “Before we knew Lincoln not at all;
President of the Northern Bapquestions, such questions the here we meet him face to face”
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