Wreaths of Friendship by T. S. Arthur and F. C. Woodworth


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Title: Wreaths of Friendship
A Gift for the Young


Author: T. S. Arthur and F. C. Woodworth



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WREATHS OF FRIENDSHIP:

A Gift for the Young

by

T. S. ARTHUR and F. C. WOODWORTH

New York:
Charles Scribner,
36 Park Row, And 145 Nassau St.
Stereotyped by Baker & Palmer
11 Spruce Street.

1851







[Illustration: Wreaths of Friendship]

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