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Your subscription expires with this number, and we beg that you will renew at once (we mean, of course, those who have only paid to the close of this year, and that embraces much the largest part of our list). We ask you to renew at once, because we must put our printers to work on our January number, in order that it may be out by the middle of December, and it will be necessary for us to know how many of our subscribers will continue, so that we may regulate the number of copies to be printed. In order to be able to supply subscribers with our back numbers, we have been printing a much larger number of copies each month than our subscription list justified. But this has been a source of serious embarrassment, and we must discontinue it. We cannot promise a full set of the Papers for next year to those who do not begin with the first number. We beg, then, that you will at once either send us $3, authorize us to draw on you, or notify us that you will do so very soon. Do not wait for an agent to call on you (we have very few agents), but consider this as a personal application for the renewal of your subscription, and send us at once your renewal or your notification that you will do so soon.
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