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REV. JAMES WOOD EDITOR OF "NUTTALL'S STANDARD DICTIONARY" AND COMPILER OF THE "DICTIONARY OF QUOTATIONS" _THE SIXTY-FIRST THOUSAND_ PREFACE "The NUTTALL ENCYCLOPAEDIA" is the fruit of a project to provide, in a concise and condensed form, and at a cheap rate, an epitome of the kind of information given in the larger Encyclopaedias, such as.
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