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The Book of Birthdays. {patron.)—This book is supposed to ineluda

all the pretty things that have been said by the poets about birthdays or bo people en their birthdays. It contains much that is good, bad, and indifferent, but as a whole is the result of an idea that may cora-. mend itself-to isensepeeple's 4zeney.- It has-the merit of cheapness and a pleasant appearance.