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344. Blacksmith.
345. Excution Ground, Canton, China.
346. 3 Girls.
347. Girl playing on Shamisen.
348. Girl playing on Shamisen.
349. Girl.
350. [[ditto mark]]
351. Toys Shop.
352. Girl.
353. Mikoshi, Shinto procession.
354. Two girls Resting
355. Japanese Shoe Store.
356. Bull Cart.
357. Girl.
358. [[ditto mark]]
359. [[ditto mark]]
360. [[ditto mark]]
361. [[ditto mark]]
362. Girl Showing Obi.
363. [[strikethrough]] Girl. [[/strikethrough]] ^[[Coarce Ware shop]]
364. [[ditto mark]]
365. [[ditto mark]]
366. Girl.
367. Miyako Odori or Cherry Dance.
368. [[3 ditto marks]]

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369. Miyako Odori or Cherry Dance.
370. Showing back style.
371. Girls playing on Samisen and Koto.
372. Wedding present.
373. [[2 ditto marks]]
374. Peony Garden at Kanazawa.
375. Flower Pedler.
376. Peony Garden at Kanazawa.
377. Girl Summer Costume.
378. Dancing.
379. Lady.
380. 3 Girls.
381. Yoshiwara girls.
382. Girl.
383. [[ditto mark]]
384. [[ditto mark]]
385. Playing on Kokiu.
386. [[2 ditto marks]] Taiko (Drum)
387. [[2 ditto marks]] Fuye (Flute)
388. Chrysanthemum Garden
389. [[2 ditto marks]]
390. [[2 ditto marks]]
391. Girl.
392. Girl Sewing.
393. Weighting Tea Leaves.
394. Steaming Tea [[ ditto marks]]

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395. Wringing Tea Leaves on the Furnace.
396. Selecting Tea.
397. Firing Tea.
398. Girl.
399. [[ditto mark]]
400. Greeting.
401. Writing a letter.
402. Girls Colling, at Kamogawn, Kyoto.
403 Girls Playing Flower Cards.
404. Dancing.
416. A Well.
417. Dancing
418. Girls Writing Letter
419. Dancing.
420. Girls
421. [[ditto mark]]
422. Tea Ceremony

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405. Girl.
406. [[ditto mark]]
S. 1 Feeding Silk Worm.
S. 2 do.
S. 3 do.
S. 4 do.
S. 5 do.
S. 6 do.
S. 7 do.
S. 8 do.
S. 9 do.
S. 10 do.
407. Girls
408. Wrestlers
409. [[ditto mark]]
410. [[ditto mark]]
411. [[ditto mark]]
412. Cherry blossoms.
413. Wayside Tea House.
414. Three girls.
415. Girls playing and reading

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