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RELICS OF PERCY

OF PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY.

Being the result of recent investigation of his Papers, and comprising several Fragmentary and

other Pieces of great interest.

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On June 14 will be published, in crown 8vo. price Six Shillings, cloth,
VOLUME III. OF THE

WORKS OF THOMAS HOOD.

EDITED BY HIS SON.

To be completed in Seven Volumes. Volumes I. and II. are already issued.

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TWO PREMIUMS, the one of £250, and the other of £100, were offered by JOHN CASSELL for the best and second-best Tale submitted for Competition, the RIGHT HON. LORD BROUGHAM and MATTHEW DAVENPORT HILL, Esq., Q.C., Recorder of Birmingham, &c., having kindly consented to act with Mr. CASSELL as Adjudicators.

THE FIRST PRIZE, OF £250,

Has been awarded by the Adjudicators to Mr. FRANCIS H. KEPPEL, for his Tale entitled

CONTRAST; OR, THE OAK AND THE BRAMBLE.

The commencement of which will appear on June 23rd, in No. 240 of

CASSELL'S ILLUSTRATED FAMILY PAPER.

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1. The Betrayal and the Betrayer.

The American War.

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UTLINES of the HISTORY of the

of the Discovery and Colonisation of America; the Colonial Period; the War of Independence, and

2. The Denial, Repentance, and Restoration of Subsequent History. By HUGO REID, late Prin

St. Peter.

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cipal of the Dalhousie College, Halifax, Nova Scotia. 1 vol. fcp. 8vo.-In the press.

This work, written in an impartial spirit, is intended to furnish the general reader with a concise yet comprehensive account of the States, especially of their recent and present condition, and of the causes which have led to the Civil War.

Griffith & Farran, Corner of St. Paul's Church(384)

yard.

THE HOLY CATHOLIC FAITH. By

NEWMAN HALL, LL.B. 3d.
James Nisbet & Co., Berners Street, TV. (385)

NOTICE TO LIBRARIANS.-A Second Edition of ABEL DRAKE'S WIFE, by JOHN SAUNDERS ("A striking book: clever, interesting, and original." - Athenæum), is now ready. 1 vol. post 8vo. 10s. 6d. cloth.-Lockwood & Co. 7 Stationers'Hall Court, E.C.

YENTRAL TRUTHS.

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ECTURES By the Rev. the HISTORY of CHARLES STANFORD. Cheap Edition, small MORAL PHILOSOPHY. A New Edition, 8vo. 3s. 6d. cloth.-Now ready. with Additional Lectures. By WILLIAM WHEWELL, D.D., Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. 8s. **The Additional Lectures are printed sepa rately, in 8vo., for the convenience of those who have purchased the former Edition. Price 3s. 6d. Cambridge: Deighton, Bell, & Co. London: Bell & Daldy. (389)

By the same Author,
JOSEPH ALLEINE: his Companions and
Times. A Memorial of "Black Bartholomew,
1662." Second Thousand, crown 8vo. 7s. 6d. cloth.
Jackson, Walford, & Hodder, 18 St. Paul's
Churchyard.

A New Tale for the Young.

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THE JUNIOR CLERK: a Tale of City OOL of QUALITY. Preface by the

Life. By EDWIN HODDER, Author of "Memories of New Zealand Life." With Preface by W. EDWYN SHIPTON, Secretary of the "Young Men's Christian Association." Small 8vo. 3s. 6d. cloth.

Jackson, Walford, & Hodder, 18 St. Paul's Churchyard.

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Rev. CHARLES KINGSLEY. 2 vols. Reduced to 78.; published at 218.

STEINMETZ'S JESUIT in TRAINING. Reduced to 2s. 6d.; published at 6s. ADDISON'S STORIES of INDIAN LIFE With Eight Illustrations. Reduced to 1s. 6d. ; published at 2s. 6d.

E. SLATER,

MIWORN'S BY JOHNY POETI, AL having FurlaTER, 16 St. Ann's Square, Manchester,

Illustrated from Drawings by J. M. W. Turner, offers them to the Trade on the usual terms; to be R.A. 8vo. 158. cloth. obtained also from his Agents,

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"BABY."-Messrs. DAY & SON have been requested to state that the Etchings by A. W. in the above publication were adapted from Original Drawings by the Hon. Mrs. Maurice Drummond. The Edition is limited to One Thousand Copies, price One Shilling each.

6, 7, 8, & 9 GATE STREET, LINCOLN'S INN FIELDS, LONDON, W.C.

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NOTICE TO THE TRADE. - Removal of "PARLOUR LIBRARY." - Messrs. DARTON & HODGE having purchased the entire Estate, Stock, and Copyrights of Mr. C. H. Clarke, of Aldine Chambers, Paternoster Row, inform their Friends that they are prepared to supply all C. H. C.'s Publications on the best terms, and request them to correspond and send their Orders direct to 58 HOLBORN HILL, LONDON.

MAY 26, 1862.

THE PARLOUR LIBRARY. NEW VOLUME.
On Thursday, 29th May, was published,

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By CAPTAIN CURLING, Author of "The Soldier of Fortune." Price 28. fancy boards. London: DARTON & HODGE, Holborn Hill; and all Booksellers and Railway Book Stalls. (393)

NEW COPY COVERS.

YEORGE CAMERON, WHOLESALE STATIONER, GLASGOW, begs to with Attractive Illustrations never used for Copy Covers before, which he offers at the prices of the old series, relying on a large sale to cover the extra expense of production. From the great demand of late for something novel in this article, he hopes this series will meet approval. They are printed on Thin and Thick Pott, Thin and Thick Foolscap, and Thick Post, and will be supplied to the Trade at a scale of prices which may be learned on application,-with the usual discount to Wholesale dealers buying in quantity.

Original Patent Columbian Printing Press,

AND

CLARENDON GRIPPER MACHINE MANUFACTORY.

GREAT REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF THE PATENT COLUMBIAN PRINTING PRESS.

DWARD BEVAN (Successor to CLYMER, DIXON, & Co.) respectfully calls the attention of the which he manufactures. In making this reduction, E. B. has been prompted to the step by the advice of his Friends and the Trade generally, who complain of the various inferior imitations foisted upon them on the score of cheapness, and the consequent dissatisfaction experienced by having a bad article.

E. B. finds it necessary to caution the Trade to be particular in giving their orders through Brokers and others, as, unless his manufacture be ordered, an inferior article will be sent. None are genuine without his name and address on the plate.

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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 1,000 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 1,500 per hour. Very good Register "can also be obtained without points, if ordinary care be used in laying on. In short, the Machine has answered my expectations in every respect, and I feel much gratified in testifying to its merits. Mr. Bevan. I remain, dear Sir, yours truly,

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THOMAS ROGERS. LONDON: 15th Jan. 1862.-218A 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 1,200 impressious per hour, and giving us complete satisfaction in all respects.

Mr. E. Bevan.

We are, Sir, your obedient servants,

DUDLEY ROLLS & CO.

A DOUBLE-DEMY AND DOUBLE-ROYAL READY FOR DELIVERY.

MANUFACTORY-10 FINSBURY STREET, LONDON, E.C.

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MR. Stationery and Account-
R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell an MR. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed to

Book BUSINESS, near the City. £400 required.
Address Mr. Holmes, 48 Paternoster Row.

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O PRINTERS.-To be Disposed of, in consequence of death, a compact PRINTING OFFICE, in one of the principal Towns in Lincolnshire, where a practical man might do a good business. The type is modern, in perfect order, and much of it nearly new. Value about £150, part of which might remain on security. The Stationery trade might be advantageously added. Apply to Mr. W. Long, Spalding.

PRINTING MACHINES, both New

and Second-hand, Presses of all kinds, PaperCutting Machines, and Printing Materials in great variety, to be had of HENRY WATTS, Printers' Broker, 76 Little Britain.

Sell an excellent Bookselling and Stationery BUSINESS, eligibly situate in a first-class City. The returns are excellent. About £800 required.Apply to Mr. Geo. Newman, Valuer to the Trade, 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

MR.

[R. GEO. NEWMAN, Auctioneer, Valuer to the Trade, and Accountant, desirous of directing the attention of parties seeking a Printing, Stationery, Bookselling, or Binding Trade, to his practical knowledge of the respective heart of the West-end, £1,600.-2. News Agency, Trades. The following are a selection: -1. In the £200.-3. Two miles from the Exchange, Bookselling and Stationery, £450.-4. In Lancashire, Printing and Stationery, £650.-5. Yorkshire, Bookselling, Printing, and Stationery, £1,300.6. In Ireland, Bookselling and Stationery, £300.7. In Kent, Printing, £400.- Apply at 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

TO BOOKBINDERS, vers liberal

TO BOOKBINDERS.- For Sale, by

terms, an old-established BUSINESS, with good trade and private connection. The stock and plant well selected and in good order; the premises, centrally situate in the City, held at a very low rent.-Apply by letter, post paid, to Messrs. Puttick & Simpson, Auctioneers, 47 Leicester Square, W.C.

BOOKS-BARGAINS.—For Sale, at
Blackwood's Magazine, complete to March 1862.
Laycock's, Oxford:
90 vols. gilt cloth, uncut, as new, £10 10s.
Parker Society, 55 vols. complete, and Index, £4 4s.
Archæological Journal, first 37 numbers, £2 2s.
Faraday's Electricity, 3 vols. cloth, £2 2s.
Swift's Works, by Scott, 19 vols., 2nd edition, calf
neat, £6 68.

Library of Fathers, 40 vols. complete, £10 10s.
Anglo-Catholic Library, 70 vols., £9 9s.
Agricultural Journal to Vol. 20, 42 Parts, £2 2s.

DAY & SON, Lithographers to the Queen, execute in the best style, on the most reasonable terms, and with despatch, every description of Lithography, Chromo-lithography, and Steel and Copperplate Printing, Artistic or Commercial. Applications for Estimates will meet with prompt attention.

Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London.

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BOOKSELLERS.-To be Disposed of, a

TRADE VALUER.- Mr. Cussons, of

the firm of Cussons and Sons, Booksellers, Printers, and Stationers, Horncastle, Lincolnshire, having had twenty-five years' experience as VALUER, offers his services to those about to enter upon, or dispose of, a Business. Numerous and highly respectable references.

TO PRINTERS, STATIONERS, and
good BUSINESS in a pleasant part of the country.TO

About £500 required.-Address X. Y., Post Office,
Newington Causeway, London.

TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,

PRINTERS, and BOOKBINDERS.-To be Sold, in consequence of the Proprietor's wish to retire, an old-established BUSINESS, of more than 30 years' standing, in a Market Town in the West of England. The Premises are first-rate. For particulars, apply to Messrs. Kirkman & Co., 5 Old

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Fish Street, Doctors' Commons, London, E.C.

TO PRINTERS. To be Disposed of at once, or within three months, an excellent Printing and Binding TRADE, established twentyfive years, in a good Town in the Eastern Counties. An excellent living for a practical man. Coming-in

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the STATIONERY and TRADES.-A Gentleman of great practical experience in both the Retail and Wholesale Trades, of first-class business habits, and undoubted in

tegrity, will be happy to undertake the Entire

Charge of a good concern, either in Town or Country, under Trustees or Executors, or otherwise, on mutual terms.-Address M. C. J., Post Office, Manchester.

TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.

An experienced Salesman, well acquainted

with the various branches of the trade, wishes for Business.-Address Wilson, 25 Packington Street, an engagement as TRAVELLER, or to Manage a Islington.

will not exceed £200.-Apply to Mr. Holmes, TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.

Trade Valuer, Paternoster Row, London.

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PRINTERS, BOOKSELLERS, &c. Printing, Book, and Stationery BUSINESS, 90 miles north of London; modern Plate-glass Front, well-furnished Jobbing Office, Steam Engine, &c., in constant work; a rare opportunity for an energetic man. The present Proprietor, who has successfully conducted the business several years, is leaving the district in consequence of ill-health. The whole to be taken immediately, at valuation. £800 or £900.- Address Caxton, Publishers' Circular Office.

PARTNER WANTED in a thriving

Country Steam Printing, Book, and Stationery business. A young practical man preferred. £400 to £500 required.-Address Kebia, Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London.

O STATIONERS, PRINTERS, and T BOOKSELLERS.-Wanted, a genuine BUSINESS; about £1,500. Communications strictly

confidential. Address A. Z. Z., Simpson's Library,

31 King's Road, Brighton.

TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. To be Disposed of, with immediate possession, on account of the illness of the present Proprietor, an old-established BUSINESS in the above line, in the Eastern Counties. The concern is very profitable, and may be entered upon for about £300.

Address Z. A., Messrs. Williams, Cooper, & Co.,

West Smithfield, London.

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Wanted, a situation as ASSISTANT, by a respectable Young Man, aged 22. Eight years' experience, and four years' undeniable character.Road, W.

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TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.

Wanted, a Situation, in either a Wholesale or Retail Establishment, by a Young Man of good education and address, who has had about twelve months' experience of the trade, and is anxious Address A. B., care of White & Pike, Commercial further to improve his knowledge of the business.Buildings, Birmingham.

TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.

Wanted, by an experienced Young Man (married), a situation as MANAGER. Has had the entire charge of a large business in the Country. Address P. Q. Z., 7 Queen's Road Villas, HaverHighest references as to capacity can be given.stock Hill, London, N.W.

TO

NO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. Wanted, by a Young Man (who, in addition tionery Business, possesses a practical knowto his acquaintance with the Bookselling and Staledge of Printing), a situation as ASSISTANT, either in Town or Country. - Address A. B., 4 Upper Parade, Leamington, Warwickshire.

To

WANTED, a respectable Youth (out- engagement as ASSISTANT, or to Manage a

door), who has had three years' experience in Printing, and who can serve in the shop when required.-Address Mr. Hailes, Stationer, &c., Blandford, Dorset.

BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. Wanted, by the Advertiser (age 38), an Business; is acquainted with the Book and Stationery Trades. Moderate salary only required. References to London Houses. Address J. C. S., Mr. Waller's, 58 Fleet Street, E.C.

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