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UPON

EVERYTHING

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ADVERTISEMENT TO THE TWENTY-SEVENTH EDITION.

"Enquire Within" is deeply indebted for past favours, and anxious to obtain the cordial and warm recommendation of its friends in all parts of the world. Cheapness and varied usefulness are its characteristics, and in little more than seven years

TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SEVEN THOUSAND

Copies have been issued.

The New Edition has been brought out with the intention of ita being still more worthy of success. No really useful part has been omitted. The Classification has been improved, in accordance with many friendly suggestions, and Additions have been made, both modern and interesting.

Banting and Diet, the favourite game of Croquet, Decalcomanie and Diaphanie, &c, have been added. Enquirers on the laws of Landlord and Tenant, Husband and Wife, Debtor and Creditor, are supplied with latest information. Diseases and their Remedies, and Medicines, their Uses and Doses, have received special attention. In addition to a very carefully arranged Index, a new Summary of Contents has been supplied, and no labour or expense has been spared, with the hope that every Reader may receive complete and satisfactory replies from

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