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est that may be sent to this office.]
The Only Two-BookSr-tif" "tbirlCIfid "F’llbjr?
HISTORY OF MUSIC
AND ITS AMERICAN COMPOSERS,
Together With a Representative Piece
of Music From Each Author.
H istory of M usic and its A merican
4^>w4*oM4H*v-4» dividod into thico p arte:
1st. Its History, giving many new and
interesting things relative to its origin
and progress. Though the art of music
has reached a very high degree of per-
fectioD, yet how greatly has the histori-
cal part been neglected, and yet how es
sential and interesting is a knowledge iff
its history from the beginning to the
presen», noticing the progress made by
tho different people throughout the va
rious ages of the past. Great pains
have been taken, and many yoars spent
in making this part of the work com-
I- a I a AI x A
J* BO W •
2nd. American Composers, giving the
biographies Of all composers of aoy note
in America, from the first up to the
present time, including excellent por-
1 rails of nearly" th roe^Tburths of them.
We are confident thi^will be an inter
esting feature of the work, as here we
can see the portraits and read the histo
ries of those who have given us the ben
efits of their labors. Owing to . tho
large number and exact likeness of these
photographs contained in this work, it
will be one cherished by all lovers of
™.*ld. ï7<ftûLJZx«ic. J jl . this tlaparUueut
will be found a piece of music from the
pen of each author whose’biographies
are herein contained. One Piece of
Music from every American Composer !
Think of it ! Where can there be a work
obtained that contains such a variety
and collection of music ? All classes,
grades and styles, for any instrument,
are found in this department ; and this
music being a sample of the work of
many dillerent authors, you may feel
assured that great care has beeh-Xaken
in its preparation and selection. Let
your taste be what it may, it can be<8up-
plied with this collection.
Great cure has been taken in regard to
its appearance, O b it is intended for the1
musii repository as well as the library.
Price, per copy $3.50. Special in
ducements to Agents. Send your orders
now, and we will fill them in turn as
soon as completed.
THE TEN TRIBES
OF ISRAEL ;
O r , T he T rue H ibtoby O f T he N orth
A merican I ndians .
Showing that they are the Descendents
of these Ten Tribes.
1st. This work embraces the history
c.f the North American Indians, from
the landing of the Pilgrims, giving such
portion of the history designed to prove
that those Ten Tribes were lheir anccs
2nd. It gives many iuqiortant facts
connected with Indian History that have
never before appeared in print—that of
forts, mounds, a rd other curiosities of
the United States.
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3d. The work includes tho most im
portant discoveries made at Newark, O.,
autlienticated by Rov. Matthew R. Mil
ler and others. Also, large extracts
from the woiks published in the early
with all the discoveries made in the
last seventy years bearing upon this in
4th. In this connection we give
lengthy articles from writings of Wil
liam Penn, James 8. Milligan, D.D.,
and James R. Wilson, D.D. In addi
tion is also nd ded th c entire- of Wendell
Phillips’ lecture on the Lost Arts.
The author has devoted a large
amount of time for tho past sixteen
years in gathering up from various his-
tories, facts connected with this quos-
tion. So this volume is not the work of
a day, a month, or a year, but of many
years of earnest research.
• The book contains about four bund-
red pageB, beautifully bound in cloth
and morocco, with title in gold. It is
printed on an excellent quality of paper
and in every respect is gotten out in the
vuiy best st y l e.
Tho book is now in press. Send in
your orders immediately. Price: per
copy, in cloth, $2.50 ; in morocco, $3.00.
Special rates to agents.
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