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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 37

The Index for 1873. — The Index

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The Index for 1873.

The Index,

Published by The Index Association at No. 142, St. Clair street, Toledo, Ohio, with Branch Office at No. 36, Dey street, New York City.


  • Francis Ellingwood Abbot.

Associate Editor:

  • Abram Walter Stevens.

Editorial Contributors:

  • O. B. Frothingham, New York City.
  • T. W. Higginson, Newport, R. I.
  • W. J. Pouter, New Bedford, Mass.
  • R. P. Hallo Well, Boston. Mass.
  • W. H. Spencer, Haverhill, Mass.
  • Mrs. E. D. Cheney, Jamaica Plain, Mass.
  • F. W. Newman, England.
  • Charles Voysey, England.
  • M. D. Conway, England.

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