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Transition from Part 1 to Part 2; two words of text overlap?

Last words of Captain Nathan Hale, the hero-martyr of the American Revolution

A sheet of sketches and studies : two figures, eight heads, a horse, two flowers. Words and letters are scribbled on the plate, among them la jeune maman, Habille, and Sophie

Draft of etymology of words Adonists through Adore

Synopsis of words, L and M

Draft of etymology of words Adonists through Adore

Words to the Watchman

Words to the Watchman

Words to the Instrument Writers

Words to the Instrument Writers

Words to the Watchman

Words to the Watchman

Autograph signature cut out and mounted. Note signed by Julian Hawthorne identifies it as written on the cover of a copy of Dickens's Household Words, 1855.

Autograph signature cut out and mounted. Note signed by Julian Hawthorne identifies it as written on the cover of a copy of Dickens's Household Words, 1855.

[People gathered under a decorated arch emblazoned with the words "Clinton Avenue".]

[People gathered under a decorated arch emblazoned with the words "Clinton Avenue".]

[Group of people on the porch of a house emblazzed with the words "Our House".]

[People gathered under a decorated arch emblazoned with the words "Clinton Avenue".]

[Group of people on the porch of a house emblazzed with the words "Our House".]

[People gathered under a decorated arch emblazoned with the words "Clinton Avenue".]

"Words of Elizabeth Barrett Browning to Sophie M. Eskley" [title page]

Greek inscription on an ancient and disused doorway of the Great Mosque. In the south wall; it can only be seen from the roof of the Silversmiths' Bazaar. The words are, "Thy kingdom, O Christ, is an everlasting kingdom, and thy dominion endureth throughout all generations."

[Bookcloth (?) stamped with the words] Maison Monduit et Bechet, Gaget Gauthier et Cie. Succrs., 25 Rue de Chazelles, Plomberie et Cuivrerie d'Art.

Star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Mother's last words to me

Star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

The star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

The star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Mother's last words to me

The star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

The star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Mother's last words to me

The star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

The star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Mother's last words to me

Mother's last words to me

Mother's last words to me

Star of the east ; words by George Cooper ; music by Amanda Kennedy.

Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

Actions speak louder than words

The last words mother told me

The last words mother told me

He brought home another - words and music by Paul Dresser.

I miss you more than words can tell

I miss you more than words can tell

He brought home another - words and music by Paul Dresser.

I miss you more than words can tell

The harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] - words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker.

He brought home another - words and music by Paul Dresser.

The harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] - words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker.

The harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] - words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker.

The harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] - words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker.

I miss you more than words can tell

The harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] - words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker.

I miss you more than words can tell

He brought home another - words and music by Paul Dresser.

The harmless little girl [or, The harmless little girlie with the downcast eyes] - words by Hugh Morton ; music by Gustave Kerker.

I miss you more than words can tell

No sweeter words were ever said

No sweeter words were ever said

No sweeter words were ever said

No sweeter words were ever said

No sweeter words were ever said

No sweeter words were ever said

Three little words "I love you"

Three little words "I love you"

Three little words "I love you"

Three little words "I love you"

Forget those words in anger spoken

Those cruel words "good-bye"

Those cruel words "good-bye"

Those cruel words "good-bye"

Forget those words in anger spoken

Forget those words in anger spoken

Forget those words in anger spoken

Those cruel words "good-bye"

The words that made you mine

The words that made you mine

The words that made you mine

The words that made you mine

Don't wear your heart on your sleeve ; words by Edw. B. Marks ; music by Jos. W. Stern.

The sweetest words, "all for you"

Josephine, my Jo /words by R. C. McPherson ; music by James T. Brymn.

Don't put me off at Buffalo any more ; words by William Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz.

Don't wear your heart on your sleeve ; words by Edw. B. Marks ; music by Jos. W. Stern.

The sweetest words, "all for you"

I wants to be a leading lady ; words by George Totten Smith ; music by Harry Von Tilzer.

The sweetest words, "all for you"

Don't put me off at Buffalo any more ; words by William Jerome ; music by Jean Schwartz.

Don't send the organ man away ; words and music by Jas. Thonton.

Don't wear your heart on your sleeve ; words by Edw. B. Marks ; Jos. W. Stern.

Don't wear your heart on your sleeve ; words by Edw. B. Marks ; music by Jos. W. Stern.

I wants to be a leading lady ; words by George Totten Smith ; music by Harry Von Tilzer.

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