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"Most supersensuous of the Sons of Art."
        "Trafalgar," a Poem, by David Scott, R.S.A.

"The sanctuary's gloom at least shall ward
Vain tongues from where my pictures stand apart."
        "Pictor Ignotus," by Robert Browning.


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R. CLAY, SON, AND TAYLOR, PRINTERS
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