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CONTAINING THE CHIEF PORTION OF "A STRANCE STORY." By the Author of "Rienzi," "My Novel," &c.


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EDWARD BEVAN desires to tender his grateful acknowledgments to all his Friends and the Trade for the liberal encouragement afforded him during nearly the last 20 years, while representing Messrs. ROBERT BESLEY & Co., and to inform them that his connexion with that firm having now ceased, he will be enabled to give his undivided attention to his own business, and earnestly solicits their support.

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The Rugby Gazette.

Clarendon Machine Printing Offices: 39 High Street, Rugby, May 22, 1861. Dear Sir,-I have much pleasure in informing you that the double-royal “Clarendon " Machine I had from you gives the greatest satisfaction. I have given it a trial of twelve months, and have tested it with Newspaper, Postingbills. Hand-bills, Circulars, Bill-heads, &c., all of which it executes in a very superior manner. We can print the Newspaper (double-royal) at the rate of 1000 per hour, and Posting-bills of the same size 250 per hour. Hand-bills and common jobs can easily be worked, with two lads or with one man at the wheel, at the rate of 1500 per hour. Very good "Register" can also be obtained without points, if ordinary care be used in laying on. In short, the Machine bas answered my expectations in every respect, and I feel much gratified in testifying to its merits. I remain, dear Sir, yours truly, THOMAS ROGERS. - Mr. Edward Bevan.

London, 15th January, 1862: 218 A Upper Thames Street, E.C. Sir,-We have much pleasure in expressing our entire approval of the double-demy Gripper Machine delivered to us in November, 1861. As far as the principle and workmanship is concerned, it in every way answers our purpose. We have had it at work constantly since the above date, throwing off 1200 impressious per hour, and giving us complete satisfaction in all respects. We are, Sir, your obedient servants, DUDLEY ROLLS & Co. - Mr. E. Bevan.



HE WESTMINSTER REVIEW.The Proprietor of this Work begs to announce that henceforth it will be published by Messrs. Trübner and Co., of 60 Paternoster Row, London, to whom all Orders, Advertisements, and Communications for the Editor should be addressed. February 20, 1862.

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MAN who has served part of his time to the business.-Apply by letter, stating age and salary required, to Samuel S. Hill, Printer, Ripon.


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