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(In The Atlantic monthly, Feb. 1942) © 23Jan42; B528622.

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(In Atlantic monthly) © Helen P. Bradford (W) July 1923 issue.

Jacobs band monthly.

> JACOBS' BAND MONTHLY.

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American digest monthly advance sheets.

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Merchandise purchases & expenses, including monthly profit & loss statement.

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[Footnote: Narrative of Col. Joseph Brown, Southwestern Monthly, Nashville, 1851, i., p. 14.

Caroline Marquet renewed her complaints before the courts, stating that his ill-usage had occasioned a fever through which she had lost the power of one of her arms, that her whole system was entirely shaken, and demanding a monthly allowance as compensation.

We had all the daily and weekly papers, secular and religious, the new monthly magazines, and several novels.

Balzac's novels, and the "Life of Thomas Paine" by Moncure D. Conway, with the monthly magazines and daily papers, were my mental pabulum.

It resembled a regular monthly conference of the D.A.'s professional staff, which for some reason Tutt and Mr. Tutt had also been invited to attend.

At present, in the monthly statement, the number of divorces in France, is often nearly equal to that of the marriages.

A large number of Scotch navvies were at the inns of the town, making an obstreperous auroval in celebration of the monthly pay-day.

The number of canons was limited as though the Holy Metropolitan was a college, they were to be paid by the Government the same as the servants, and for the maintenance of worship in this most famous Cathedral of all Spainwhich, when it formerly collected its tithe, scarcely knew where to lock up such richesa monthly pension of twelve hundred pesetas was now granted.

So one day when the Obrero and I were biting our nails, seeing that this miserable thousand and odd pesetas (God forgive me!) that this unhappy State allows us, could not possibly suffice for our monthly expenses, I propounded my idea.

With three friends he embarked on an ambitious publishing enterprise, which included the issuing of a sumptuous literary and artistic monthly, the Phoebus.

Some of these bungalows are private property, others are erected by the natives and let to their tenants at a monthly rent.

There were blanks for monthly and yearly inventories of stock, tools, etc., statements of supplies received and distributed, lists of births and deaths (there were no blanks for marriages), time and amount of shipments of cotton, and for all the ordinary business of a plantation.

It is advised, as far as practicable, that employers provide for the current wants of their hands, by perquisites for extra labor, or by appropriation of land for share cultivation; to discourage monthly-payments so far as it can be done without discontent, and to reserve till the full harvest the yearly wages.

This was generally satisfactory, though some of the negroes desired weekly or monthly payments.

Our Corner now served as a valuable aid in Socialist propaganda, and its monthly "Socialist Notes" became a record of Socialist progress in all lands.

To the Editors of the ATLANTIC MONTHLY.

(Our well-beloved M.D. [Monthly Diamond] contributor is too young to be included.)

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