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ARPER'S MAGAZINE, while ever true to its type—the original type of the popular illus

trated monthlyis conducted upon no stereotyped plan; its moula is broken every month, so that each Number is the NEW monthly magazine promised on its title-page.

While HARPER'S MAGAZINE will not fail to satisfy the desire of its readers for the best results of European literary and artistic culture, it will maintain its pre-eminently American character. As a strikingly appropriate celebration of the 400th anniversary of the Discovery of America, the publishers liave made special arrangements for a more thorough exposition than has hitherto been made of the Recent Unprecedented Development of our Country, and especially of the Great West.

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