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MASTERPIECES OF INDUSTRIAL ART & SCULPTURE.

LIST OF SUBSCRIBERS—continued, but our space will not admit all the names that have been received.

Lebeau, M. J. Boulogne-sur-Mer, per M. Saarnati, at Messrs.

Lightly & Simon's

Gillott, H. Esq. per Mr. S. B. Howell, Birmingham

Neville, E. Esq. per ditto

Slater, R. Esq. Morden Road, Blackheath Park
Chynoweth, J. Esq. Kensington Park Gardens
Woodworth, Josephi, Esq. San Francisco, California
Zachnsdorf. Charles G. Esq. per Mr. Zaehnsdorf
Torr, G. Esq. Garbrand Hall, Ewell, Surrey

Farmer, W. Esq. Mead's Place, Westminster Road
Scott, P. Esq. 5 Paradise Row, Stoke Newington
Whittorne, A. Esq. 22 St. Paul's Churchyard
Fownes. E. Esq. Falcon Lane, Battersea
Parish, J. Esq. Walnut-tree House, Erith
Williams, R. Esq. 55 Crutched Friars -

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Selwyn, Rev. E. per Mr. Edis, Huntingdon
Hudson, A. Esq. Roundhay, per Mr. E. Hussie
Cropp, T. J. Esq. Messrs. Schuster, Bros. & Co.

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Wright, Messrs. R. & W. Booksellers, Stafford
Pickard, Rev. H. A. per Slatter & Rose, Oxford
Lichfield, Mr. T. G. Lomax -

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Denison, A. Esq.

Wadge, E. H. Esq. 9 Gloucester Square, Hyde Park
Davidson, Mr. T. 2 Poland Street, Oxford Street
Cooke, Mr. C. 2 Poland Street, Oxford Street
Livewright, G. Esq. London, Canada West
Bruton, W. C. Esq. Fairfield, Clevedon, Somerset

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Petrie, S. Esq. 46 Ebury Street, Pimlico

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Westwood, J. Esq. 27 Cannon Street, City

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Parker, C. L. Esq. 60 Russell Square

Parry, R. S. Eso. Balham Hill, Surrey
Gilbert, T. Esq. 23 Acacia Villas, Dalston
Ward, Mr. S. 24 Upper Street, Islington

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Jorrini, J. S. Esq. Havannah-

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Rouvencet, M. Rue d'Hauteville, No. 62, Paris
Barrett, A. Esq. 25 Fenchurch Street

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Muquardt. Mos. C. Place Royale, Brussels

Harvest, W. Esq. per Mr. Turner, 1 Charlotte Row
Schwartz, Esq. per Messrs. Longman & Co.
Bidder, G. P. Esq. Clarendon Road, South Kensington
Scott, W. T. Esq 19 Duke Street, Edinburgh
Dawson & Sons, Messrs. 74 Cannon Street
Stewart, Mrs. Hyde Park, per D'Almaine & Co.
Masterson, Luke C. Esq. H.M.S. Cornwallis
Wickham, Mr. G. Bookseller. Maidstone
Woodcock, G. Esq. 7 Warwick Row, Coventry
Browne, W. Esq. Lichfield, per T. G. Lomax
Faulding, J. Esq. 340 Euston Road

Pardon, G. F. Esq. Princes Terrace, Victoria Park
Cusaley, J. Esq. Bank of Hindustan, Cornhill
Tomlin, R. S. Esq. ditto ditto

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Rayner, W. P. Esq. per Hudson & Son, Birmingham
Hoit, R. D. Esq. per Webb & Hunt, Liverpool

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Clarke, S. Esq. 4 St. Dunstan's Alley, E.C.

Cossart, W. Esq. 37 Abbey Road, St. John's Wood

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Cox, J. Esq. 34A Brewer Street, Golden Square

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Sasson, A. D. Esq. 8 Leadenhall Street

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Claesen, M. C. Editeur à Liege

Schultz, G. E. Esq. Hamilton Square, Birkenhead
Pallett, R. H. C. Esq. 98 Leadenhall Street

Marker, Rev. G. T. Uffculm, Cullompton

Forget, C. Esq. 7 Water Street, Liverpool
Fry, L. Esq. 30 Cornwallis Crescent, Clifton
Wakefield, J. Esq. Sedgwick House, Kendal
Leigh, J. S. Esq. 27 Leadenhall Street -
Bartlett, J. Esq. 15 Percy Circus, Pentonville
Harker, G, Esq, 101 to 03 Lower Thames Street
Schilizza, J. S. Esq. 37 Finsbury Square
Schilizza, J. Stefanovich, Esq. 37 Finsbury Square
Segar. H. Jun. Esq. Brunswick Street, Liverpool
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Cornish, Mr. W. Bookseller, New Street, Birmingham

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Scott, W. Jun. Esq. New Broad Street

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Stevenson, L. Esq. 14 Old Jewry Chambers

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Stevens, C. Jun. Esq. 3 Grove End Place, N.W.

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Derry, F. Esq. Silversmith, Birmingham

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Roberts, Mr. W. Bookseller, Broadgate, Exeter

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Morris, Mr. W. Bookseller, St. Leonard's-on-Sea

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Spencer, Messrs. J. & T. Booksellers, Leicester

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Gibbons, B. Esq. per Messrs. Deighton & Son

Manockgee Curselgee, Judge, Bombay, ditto
Land, H. Esq. Salisbury Square

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Rippon, Mrs. E. II. 12 Rodney Buildings

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Unwin, R. J. Esq. Ardbeg, Kilmun, Argyleshire

Burmester, C. Esq. Ross, Herefordshire

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Collyns, J. B. Esq. Dulverton, Tiverton

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Dyson, Col. Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall

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Coulhurst, W. M. Esq. 123 Pall Mall

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Cornish, Mr. J. Bookseller, 297 High Holborn

Waterloo, W. B. Esq. Storey's Gate, St. James's Park
Russell, G. C. Esq. Mr. Hewett, Albany Street, W.

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Salt, Miss E. 9 Russell Square

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Kensington, E. Esq. 86 Nichols Square, Hackney Road

Pyne, J. J. Esq. Manchester, per J. E. Cornish
Dickenson, J. Esq. Blackburn, ditto

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Spyr, J Esq. 97 Gracechurch Street

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Norman, Rev. R. W. per Messrs. T. & G. Shrimpton

Ellison. C. O. Esq. 20 Clayton Square, Liverpool

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Ashton, T. Esq. Middleton, near Manchester

Hills, Mr. W. H. Bookseller, Sunderland

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Bride, Mr. J. II. 68 Grange Road, Bermondsey

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NOTE.-Messrs. Day & Son are aware that a large number of Copies in addition to the above have been ordered by Subscribers, both at home and abroad, through their regular Booksellers; but as the Names so given have not as yet been forwarded to the Publishers, they do not appear in the List. Messrs. Day & Son trust that this will be sufficient apology for such omissions.

Brackenbury, Rev. J. M. Wimbledon, Surrey
Milbank, F. A. Esq. 9 Clarges Street, Piccadilly
27th October, 1862.

MASTERPIECES

OF

INDUSTRIAL ART & SCULPTURE.

IMPORTANT.

Booksellers are reminded that with the Closing Day of the International Exhibition of 1862 the List of Subscribers to Mr. Waring's great Work will be closed also, and that not one copy in excess of the List will be printed for any purpose whatever. Should the limit of 2,000 be reached before the close, further orders will be at once refused.

A reference to the List of Subscribers will show that the copies already ordered (about 1,800) are positively out of the market; and the Publishers feel certain that the rate ¦ at which they have received Subscribers' Names during the last few weeks will be maintained, and even improve, until the close of the Exhibition, and that, by that time, their List will reach the fullest limit announced. The Trade, therefore, who desire to order Copies for their Customers, must do so at once, OR IT WILL BE

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The first 6 Parts will be published shortly, and within twelve months of that time the entire Work will be completed. The vast preparations requisite to be made to supply so large a number of copies has necessarily delayed the commencement of the publication.

The flattering notices that have appeared in "The Times" and other papers, in reference to all the preliminary arrangements for the Work, in the judicious selection of the subjects by Mr. Waring, and as to the perfection with which the Coloured Originals have been produced, have been summed up by "The Times," of September 24, directing attention to the inestimable value of Mr. Waring's great Work as being "by far the largest and most important Work the Exhibition will call forth;" and after enlarging upon its merits, concludes by saying-" Altogether, this great Work promises to perpetuate, in all their beauty, the greatest manufacturing and artistic chefs-d'œuvre of the Exhibition of 1862."

To Messrs. DAY & SON, Lithographers to the Queen, 6 Gate Street, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, W.C. Place my Name in your List of Subscribers to Mr. J. B. WARING'S great Work in Colours and Gold,

Masterpieces of Industrial Art and Sculpture in the International Gxhibition, 1862,

Which you are about lo publish in 75 Parts-size, Folio-each Part to contain Four Plates and Descriptive Text, price 5s.; the entire Work to consist of 300 Plates, and the whole Edition to be limited to 2,000 Copies, or such lesser number as may be subscribed for by the close of the Exhibition, and the Stones then destroyed.

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