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pecting them generally, as peculiarly well adapted to facilitate the improvement of youth. When it is considered that these cards, (according to the mode of playing them) fur. nish an amusement at least equal to that derived from both the study and the practice of Hoyle's games; when we re. flect upon the great mental improvement to be gained from this diversion ; the economy of time and money resulting from their use ; and the correct knowledge of geography that can be acquired from them, it is presumed they will have a general circulation throughout the United States.