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SQL Query help

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I have a data structure like this:

nId,     txtSubTitle,     numSort
0         test1               0
1         test4               4
2         test2               2
3         test3               3
4         test4               2
5         test2               1
etc, etc...

I want to return each unique txtSubTitle with the lowest numSort value.
I thought this would work:

I tried "SELECT DISTINCT txtSubTitle, MIN(numSort) AS Expr1 FROM tblTest ORDER BY Expr1"

But I get an error message about GROUP BY clause, can anyone help?
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