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TARANTAS (THE).—Travelling Impressions of Young Russia.

Ву Count SOLLOGUB. With Eight Ilustrations. Foolscap 8vo, cloth, 5s. CONTENTS:—The Encounter, The Departure—“Travelling Impressions" - The First Stage- The Hotel--A Government Town--A Simple Silly Story-Gipsies — The Ring- About Literature - An Aristocrat, The Monastery of Petchora— The Model Landowner-Merchants-A Village Fair-The Dream.

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NOTES OF A JOURNEY FROM CORNHILL TO GRAND

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