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TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, the above line. Coming-in not to exceed £600. Purchase money to remain on security for three or four years. Or a Partnership on the same terms would not be objected to.-Address J. T., Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill.

JAMES SALMON, for nearly MR. eighteen years the representative of Messrs. Thomas De La Rue & Co., is open to receive a few first-class COMMISSIONS for Lancashire and the North of England.

14 Royal Exchange, Manchester: June 1862.

TO PUBLISHERS.-The Advertisers will be glad to undertake the PRINTING of a Monthly Periodical, or to Machine from Plates, at a low price, for cash. Direct and frequent communication with the City.-Apply to Publisher, Press Office, Barnet; or Herald Office, Tottenham.

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NEWSPAPER PROPRIETORS, PUBLISHERS, and AUTHORS.-The Advertisers, having just commenced business with a good assortment of News and Book Types (all new), desire the Printing of a Newspaper or Magazine, and Book Work, being in a position to undertake the above on very moderate terms.-Welch & Ironside, 38 Coleman Street, City, E.C.

WANTED, a Young Lady, to take the

Management of a Bookselling, Stationery, and Music business. Must be thoroughly efficient. The

situation would be found in every respect desirable-Address M. N. O., care of Messrs. Penny, 16 Cannon Street West, London.

WA ANTED, an experienced ASSISTANT, competent to take the Management of a Branch Establishment in Kingstown, in which the Bookselling, Library and Stationery Businesses are combined. He will require to possess a thorough knowledge of the Trade, be of good address, and energetic habits.-Apply to Mr. Morrow, Library, Nassau Street, Dublin.

WANTED, in about three weeks, a

ASSISTANT to the Book, Stationery, News, and Fancy trades. He must be

genteel, of good address, and a good Counterman.

Character unexceptionable.-Address H. Nye, the Grosvenor Library, Tunbridge Wells.

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Respectable Youth wanted as ASSISTANT in a Bookseller's and Stationer's in the

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Competent REPORTER and PARAGRAPHIST is required on a Country Newspaper. Applicants must state the salary required, and enclose references from last employers. Address H. E., Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London, E.C.

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THE PRESS. A Compositor, capable of

giving full and accurate Reports, &c., wishes a permanent Engagement on a Weekly Newspaper. Terms moderate.-Address B. L., Publishers' Cir cular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London.

WANTED, in a first-class Bookselling

and Stationery business in an important Town in the North, an ASSISTANT. A Partnership might be arranged with a suitable party possessing some means; or to a thoroughly competent person a good salary would be given.

Apply, Mr. Gent, 13 Ave Maria Lane, London.

BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.—

An experienced ASSISTANT and thorough Salesman is open to an engagement. Excellent reference. Address Sappho, Post Office, Churton Street, Pimlico.

West-end. Unexceptionable references required. A Short-hand Writer, who is a good

Address X. Y., Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London, E.C.

TO BOOKBINDERS.-Wanted, a good EDGE GILDER or FORWARDER, who is also able to do Edge Marbling.-Apply to William Collins, 139 Stirling Road, Glasgow.

TO MACHINE PRINTERS.-Wanted,

by a respectable Man, a situation as MACHINIST and PRESSMAN; can assist at Case. Eight years' reference.-Address X., 10 Richmond Terrace, Drain Side, Hull.

Paragraphist, wishes for a situation as REPORTER or READER, or to undertake the Literary Management or part Management of a Newspaper; can assist at Case, and is thoroughly acquainted with the business. Address H. H., 38 Giffard Street, Caledonian Road, N.

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BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. TO PRINTERS.-The Advertiser, an

Wanted, an engagement as ASSISTANT, by a Young Man, who has had twelve years' experience in the trade. Town or Country.-Address A. C., 96 Mansfield Road, Nottingham.

TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
Wanted, by a Young Man who has served
seven years to the business, a situation as JUNIOR
COUNTERMAN. Is practically acquainted with
Printing, and the routine of shop duties.-Address

experienced Printer, desires an engagement as OVERSEER, in which capacity he has conducted (nearly nine years) a first-class London Printing Trade. Or would take a Partnership in an established Business, wherein the introduction of £300 would afford compensating inducements. Good references. - Address Verity, Newington Shape House, 20 Cross Street, Newington Butts.

C. S. B., 39 and 40 Grove Buildings, Dorchester, WANTED, by a Young Man, aged 21,

Dorset.

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by a practical steady Young Man, aged 28, as AS-

STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BOOK-
SELLERS, &c.-A re-engagement is wanted

SISTANT, or to take the charge in the absence of
the Principal. Is well up in general shop duties,
and the issue of a Weekly Newspaper. First-class
testimonials.-Address F. A., St. Martin's, Marl-
borough, Wilts.

a Situation in a Jobbing or Book Office. Good references.- Address T. E., Mr. Bullen's, New Market Street, Hereford.

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Wanted,

A Young Man, aged 24, is open to an O MASTER PRINTERS. Engagement. He has had good experience T by a Young Man, who has served five years in first-class Printing Establishment, for further ima Jobbing Office in the Country, a Situation in a provement. Address H. G. E., Mr. Peeling's, Woburn, Beds.

in the Wholesale and Retail trade, both in London and on the Continent. He is acquainted with the Italian language, and has some knowledge of French. Address R. S., care of Mrs. Tasker, Walton House, Highgate Hill, N.

BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.

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Wanted, a Situation, by a Young Man who
has had experience in both the Wholesale and Retail
trade. Address R. S. T., Mr. Ridge, Bookseller,
Newark, Notts.

TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. Wanted, by a Young Man of great experience in every branch of the trade, of energetic business habits, a good Salesman, a re-engagement as ASSISTANT or MANAGER. Unexceptionable references. Address A. B., 24 Great Ormond Street, Queen Square, W.C.

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O BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
Wanted, by a Young Man, a situation as
ASSISTANT in the above line. Can supply first-
class references on application.-Address Gamma,
Post Office, St. Ives, Hunts.

O BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS.
Twanted, a Situation of trust in the above,

Wholesale or Retail. Eighteen years' experience.
Highest references.-Address X. Y. Z., Post Office,
Southport, Lancashire.

Compositor, who can Manage a small
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Paper and Jobbing Office, and take Shorthand
Notes, is in want of a Situation. Has no objection

to attend Police Courts, &c. Is sober and in-
dustrious. Good reference.-Apply, stating terms,
J. S., 15 Blackpool Street, Birkenhead.

TO PRINTERS.—A permanent Situation

is required by a respectable Young Man in a News or Jobbing Office, or to Manage a Jobbing Office. Good references. — Apply Z., Mr. May's, John Street, Sneuton, Nottingham.

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Particulars of price, &c. to be sent direct to the parties whose names and addresses are given. NOTICE. As a reply to any correspondents complaining of the omission of their wants, we beg to draw attention to the following:N.B. BOOKS IN PRINT NOT ADVERTISED FOR.

Backwell, Bookseller, Douglas, Isle of Man.

Darwin on the Structure and Distribution of Coral Reefs

Bennett, A. W., 5 Bishopsgate Street Without Bradbury & Evans's Nature-printed Ferns, folio

Blackburn, C. F., Bookseller, Leamington

Victor Hugo's Napoleon the Little

Keith's Edition of Euclid

Maurice's Patriarchs and Lawgivers

Maurice's Prophets and Kings

Catacombs of Rome (any work on), with illustrations Macmillan's Magazine (clean). May to October 1861

Blomfield, H., 177 Grange Road, S.E.

Mill's Fragment on Sir Jas. Mackintosh
Knight of the Horse-Shoe: an American Novel
Sibbee's Sermons, 8vo.

Prior's Alma, in Latin, by Martin, 12mo. 1763
Mason on Episcopacy, 12mo.

White's Zoology of Voyage of the Erebus, &c.

Bumpus, Edward, 6 Holborn Bars, E.C.

White's Gazetteer of Essex

White's Gazetteer of Dorset

Cochrane, A., Bookseller, Melksham

Macgillivray's British Birds, 5 vols. demy 8vo. Orr, 1840. Vols. 4 and 5

Low, Son, & Co. 47 Ludgate Hill

Busby on the Vine

Copeland's Translation of Latin Hymns
Chandler's Translation of Latin Hymns
Wackenbarth's Translation of Latin Hymns

Harleian Miscellany, Svo. R. Dutton, London, 1810.
Vol. 2

Graphic Illustrations, Life and Times of Samuel Johnson,
LL.D. 8vo. Murray, 1835. Part 4

Curiosities of Modern Travel, 12mo. 1847-48. Bogue
*** Want of space compels us to curtail this list.

Mann Nephews, 39 Cornhill

Illustrated London News. April 12, 1862

Morgan & Chase, 3 Amen Corner, Paternoster Row

The Palladium. A set, or the Nos. containing "Christ a King." Edinburgh, about 1852

Norton, W., Bookseller, Cheltenham

Nine Poems by V.

Rejected Addresses

Parry & Son, Booksellers, Chester

Swift's Works, by Sir Walter Scott, 19 vols. 8vo. (second-hand)

Cambrian Register (odd parts or vols.)

Any scarce books on Wales

Any works on Cheshire.

Pink, J. W., Bookseller, Cheltenham

Pick's Turf Register

Manning's Sermons. Vol. 4

Constable's Miscellany. Vols. 42, 63, 78, and 79

Scott's Novels, 48-vol. edit. red cloth. Vols. 28, 41, 46, 47, and 48

Roberts, R., Bookseller, Leytonstone, N.E.

Little Henry and his Bearer, by Mrs. Sherwood, 1st edit. Little Woodman and his Dog Cæsar, by Mrs. Sherwood. 1st edit.

Simpkin, Marshall, & Co., Stationers'-Hall Court

Life of Catherine II., Empress of Russia. 2 vols. 8vo. Slater, E., Bookseller, 129 Market Street, Manchester Gideon Giles (original edit.)

Slater, E., Bookseller, 16 St. Ann's Square, Manchester Smyth's Celestial Cycle, 2 vols.

Treacher, H. & C., Booksellers, 1 North Street, Brighton Blackader's Chronological New Testament. 1851

All arrears will be inserted in next number.

MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE

FOR

The Church of England.

On January 1, 1863, will be published, No. I., demy 8vo. price 1s. of

THE

CHURCHMAN'S FAMILY MAGAZINE:

CONTAINING

CONTRIBUTIONS BY THE CLERGY AND DISTINGUISHED
LITERARY MEN:

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS BY EMINENT ARTISTS OF THE DAY.

IT

is somewhat singular that, at a period when the Monthly Shilling Magazine has become an Institution-one of the most attractive and influential forms of current English Literature, and, as such, a social instrument of great powerthe Church of England should not yet be represented by a FAMILY MAGAZINE of the first class.

We see on all sides periodical literature bearing away the ripest mental fruit of our ablest thinkers, and attracting our most finished writers; but the Church of England, embracing amongst her leaders some of the noblest and best cultivated intellects of the kingdom, does not yet possess an organ which will enable her to utilise the power of the Press in a form which very closely affects our daily life.

It is proposed to fill this void in our Monthly Literature by the establishment of THE CHURCHMAN'S FAMILY MAGAZINE.

The new Periodical will be conducted on sound Church principles, free from any tinge of narrow, party spirit. It will present healthy, cheerful, varied reading for the Family Circle. It will be thoughtful and instructive as well as entertaining, but it will not be heavy. It will include good stories, and the Illustrations and external features will be equal to anything which has yet been given to the Public in these days of Shilling Literature.

All Literary and Artistic Communications should be addressed to the Editor, care of the Publishers.

London: JAMES HOGG & SONS, 9 & 10 St. Bride's Avenue, Fleet Street, E.C. (457)

AND THE BOOKSELLERS IN TOWN AND COUNTRY.

Printed by GEORGE ANDREW SPOTTISWOODE, of No. 12 James Street, Buckingham Gate, in the Parish of St. Margaret, in the City of Westminster, at No. 5 New-street Square, in the Parish of St. Bride, in the City of London; and Published by SAMPSON Low, of 14 Great James Street, in the Parish of St. Andrew, Holborn, at the Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, in the Parish of St. Bride. Tuesday, July 1, 1862.

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General Record of British and Foreign Literature

CONTAINING A COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF

ALL NEW WORKS PUBLISHED IN GREAT BRITAIN

AND

EVERY WORK OF INTEREST PUBLISHED ABROAD
[Issued on the 1st and 15th of each Montb]

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BOOKS PUBLISHED IN GREAT BRITAIN FROM JULY 1 TO 14............................................................................ 315-319 BOOKS NOW FIRST ADVERTISED AS PUBLISHED

AMERICAN NEW BOOKS

PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS

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ENGLISH, INCLUDING DRAWING, GEOGRAPHY, ELEMENTARY, ETC.
LATIN, GREEK, AND COLLEGE BOOKS..
............................................... 340-347, 358
FRENCH, ITALIAN, GERMAN, ETC.................................................................................. 347-351
MISCELLANEOUS
BUSINESSES FOR SALE ........................................................................................................................................................ 352, 353
ASSISTANTS WANTED ............... ................................................. 353-35
WANT SITUATIONS...

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323 Parker (J. H. & J.).
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Shaw (J. F. & Co.).

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OUR customary half-yearly Educational Number, with which we present our readers this day, is, as usual, solid with the copious lists of familiar titles in this important department of literary production. As a glance at the list of exhibitors of educational works in the Great Exhibition would show, a publisher of educational books is no longer one of a class apart almost all our publishing houses of repute being issuers of some class of school, college, or examination books. Whatever complaints there may be, it is certain that no one can allege that there is any want of variety, either in character, form, or price, of the almost numberless works submitted to the choice of those who are engaged in the task of educating either the very young or the adult student. As usual, most houses have their specialté and distinctive character, or are known in connection with some renowned series, or course of instruction. Novelties are, of course, not numerous, if we except the new and improved editions of old favourites which are always appearing. Some few announcements have, however, caught our eye in looking over our adver tisement pages. For instance: Messrs. Longman & Co. announce a Manual of English Literature Historical and Critical, by Thomas Arnold; The Six Standards of Arithmetic, Standard

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