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F rench C elebrities —P art II. by
Jules Claretie and others, Translated by
Francis W. Potter.—This is Volume II.
of the series of brief biographical
sketches of the most prominent of mod
ern Frenchmen. The many political
crises which have taken place in France
during the last twenty years, together
with their subtle jnfluence on secular
Below we give a partial list of the booh «
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