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Fort Taylor (Texas, United States) (search for this): article 12
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Halifax county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 12
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Military Tactics (search for this): article 12
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
Anna Mead Chalmers (search for this): article 12
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.
R. Milton Cary (search for this): article 12
Richmond publications. --Messrs. West & Johnston published on Saturday the new work on Military Tactics, by Captain R. Milton Cary, of Company F; also, a pretty volume for young people, entitled "Brown and Arthur," written by Mrs. Anna Mead Chalmers, of Halifax county, Va. They also published last week another volume of Matthew's Digest, making three publications in one week by this firm. We believe this is a display of enterprise not heretofore reached by Richmond publishers, but we hope to chronicle many future evidences of go-aheadativeness in various quarters.