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NEW MONTHLY SHILLING MAGAZINE BY ANTHONY TROLLOPE.

THIS DAY,
Number One, October, 1867, price One Shilling.

THE NEW

SAINT PAUL S.

A Monthly Magazine
Fiction, Art, and Literature. .

OF

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CONTENTS.
AN INTRODUCTION. By the Editor.
A LEAP IN THE DARK ; or, a Glance at what was done last Session.
ALL FOR GREED. A Novel. Chapters I., II., III., IV. By the Baroness

B. De BURY.
THE ETHICS OF TRADES' UNIONS.
THE TURF: Its Present Condition and Prospects.
ON SOVEREIGNTY.
ON TASTE. By Henry O'Neil, R.A.
PHINEAS FINN, the Irish Member. Chapters I., II., III., IV. By

ANTHONY TROLLOPE.
London ; VIRTUE & CO., 294, City Road; Publishing Office, 26, Ivy Lane,

Paternoster Row.

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To be Sold by Private Contract, the Copyright of a work

in Manuscript, entitled,

THE

TOWER OF BABEL DISCOVERED,

AND THE

DELUGE EXPLAINED.

The Substance of which is contained in about

350 fcap. 4to pages.

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The Author and Compiler asserts that he has made one of the most important discoveries of the present age, namely, that of demonstrating the identity of the Great Pyramid of Egypt with the ancient Biblical Tower of Babel ; and proving, by conclusive evidence, that the Mosaic Deluge was a local Flood, produced by the bursting of an ancient African Lake, the remains of which he points out, and also indicates in detail the cause of the Great Catastrophe.

Moreover, the MS. theoretically explains the following interesting subjects :The origin of the Burning Bush--the Ten Commandments-the Confusion of Tongues—the Garden of Eden-the Exodus—the Firmament—the Roofless Temples—the Sabbath-the Enigmas of the Sphinx—Circumcision-Lot's Wife, &c. Also the topography of Shinar and the Land Nod.

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The Manuscript has been consigned for a few days to the care of the Editor of the “Bookseller,” who has been commissioned by the Author to sell it.

Publishers may inspect it at the office on presenting their cards. No portion of the MS. will be allowed to be removed from the office, or notes made during examination, until the purchase is completed.

The purchaser will obtain the right of supplying advance sheets to America; but the right of translation into foreign languages will be reserved to the Author.

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