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4/74, THE GUARDIAN, MABCH 22,, 1888. ST. NEW AND CHEAPER EDITION NOW READY. S U S C H R I By the Rev. Father DIDON, Of tho Order of St. Dominic. ENGLISH TRANSLATION, REVISED BY THE AUTHOR. With Maps. Two Vols., largo post 8vo., 12s. TIMES /—"TheBO two volumos command admiration by their logical coherence. The narrativo of a lifo whoso divino purity has stood tho tost of conturies is characterised by wonderful harmony of languago, a striking grandour of imagery, a dazzling amount of colouring." The "Life of Jem* Christ" has been received in France with extraordinary enthusiasm, and, noticed in many influential reviews here in its original form, has attracted almost equal atten Hon in England and America. Though a devout Catholic, Father Didon does not dwell on any controverted points in religious matters, and has written a booh not only for his own communion but for the whole Christian world. London: ICEGAN PAUL, TRENCH, TRUBNER, and CO., Ltd., Paternoster House, Oharing-crofts-road. 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