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Harper's Young People, August 9, 1881 An Illustrated Weekly

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  • PICNIC SAM.
  • LESSON STORIES.
    • [Written for the Young People's Natural History Society.]
  • THE BABY ELEPHANT'S NUT-CRACKER.
    • A POISONOUS FOOD-PLANT.
  • SEA-WEEDS, AND HOW TO PRESERVE THEM.
    • [Begun in No. 92 of Harper's Young People, August 2.]
  • TIM AND TIP;
    • OR, THE ADVENTURES OF A BOY AND A DOG.
    • Chapter II.
    • SAM, THE FAT BOY.
      • [to be continued.]
    • [to be continued.]
  • BITS OF ADVICE.
    • ABOUT BEING OBLIGING.
  • JIM, THE FERRY BOY.
  • SWIMMING.
    • ENTERING THE WATER.
      • THE STROKE.
      • SWIMMING ON THE BACK.
      • RESTING—FLOATING.
      • SIDE SWIMMING.
      • [Continued from Harper's Young People No. 92, August 2.]
    • THE STROKE.
    • SWIMMING ON THE BACK.
    • RESTING—FLOATING.
    • SIDE SWIMMING.
    • [Continued from Harper's Young People No. 92, August 2.]
  • A BIT OF FOOLISHNESS.
    • Part II.
      • THE END.
    • THE END.
  • MOWING.
    • AN IMPORTANT COMMUNICATION.
    • PUZZLES FROM YOUNG CONTRIBUTORS.
    • No. 1.
    • CHARADE.
    • No. 2.
    • DIAMOND.
    • No. 3.
    • CHARADE—(To Douglas).
    • No. 4.
    • ENIGMA.
    • No. 5.
    • HOUR-GLASS PUZZLE.
    • ANSWERS TO PUZZLES IN No. 90.
    • No. 1.
    • No. 2.
    • No. 3.
    • No. 4.
    • No. 5.
      • [For exchanges, see third page of cover.]
    • [For exchanges, see third page of cover.]
  • HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE.
  • CHARADE.
    • A PERSONATION: WHAT AM I?
  • MUD BOWS.
  • FAGOTS.
  • THEN AND NOW.
    • Moral: Small boys should be satisfied with small fish.
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