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GOOD WORDS.

XEW POEM BY THE POET LAUREATE.

THE VICTIM,
By ALFRED TENNYSON, appears in the JANUARY PART of

GOOD WORDS.

NEW ESSAY BY MR. GLADSTONE.

“E CCE HOMO,
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Reg. Stuari Poole.--The Talmud, by REG. STUART POOLE,

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