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MR. HOLMES is instructed to Sell an MR. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed to

old-established Publishing BUSINESS in Town. The returns amount to nearly £10,000 a year, and may be increased. Purchase money, £4,000 to £5,000.—Address Mr. Holmes, Valuer, 48 Paternoster Row.

R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell a very desirable BUSINESS in Town, return

Dispose of an old-established Bookselling, Fancy, and General Stationery BUSINESS, one and a half mile from the City. The returns are excellent, the Shop attractive, and may be entered upon for £600 or £850. Apply to Mr. Geo. Newman, Valuer, &c., 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

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MR. ing nearly £1,400 a year. It has been established MR. GEO. NEWMAN has been directed

many years, and the returns are increasing. Good
premises, held on lease (16 years to run). £500
required to purchase.-Address Mr. Holmes, Agent
and Valuer to the Trade, 48 Paternoster Row.

MR.
and surrounded by several of the leading squares.
some years, situated at the West-end of London,
The returns are nearly £3,000 a year. First-class
premises. About £1,500 required.-For particu-
lars address Mr. Holmes, 48 Paternoster Row.

R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell the
BUSINESS of a Bookseller, established

R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell a

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to find a PARTNER in a well-established City Stationery Trade, combined with several branches. This will be found to be a valuable investment to an active man with £700.-Apply to Mr. Geo. Newman, Valuer and Auctioneer, 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

and Printer, eligibly situate in the North. From MR. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed to Sell the TRADE of a Bookseller, Stationer, £500 to £1,100 required.-Apply to Mr. Geo. Newman, Valuer and Auctioneer, 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

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Fancy stationery BUSINESS, returning MRGED New for a thriving BUSINESS,

£800 a year clear profit, not far from Town. £1,500 to £2,000 required.-For particulars address Mr. Holmes, Valuer to the Trade, 48 Paternoster Row.

TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,

and PRINTERS.-A Gentleman wishes to Purchase a bond fide BUSINESS in either or all of the above branches. Town or Country. Would not object to purchase the Premises as well as the Business. Amount of capital not limited, if a first-class Concern is offered; and a small Business not objected to, if good Premises and in a desirable Town.-Address F.P., 38 Hart Street, Bloomsbury.

in Hants. To an energetic person with £200 this will be found worthy of attention. Apply to Mr. Geo. Newman, Valuer and Auctioneer, 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

MR.

[R. GEO. NEWMAN is directed to Sell the TRADE of a Bookseller, Stationer, and Printer, within 70 miles of Town. To a party wishing to enter a safe concern, the above will be desirable. £500 required; a good portion may remain on security. Apply to Mr. Geo. Newman, Valuer, &c., 10 George Yard, Lombard Street, E.C.

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good education and business aptitude, who has a thorough knowledge of the Book and Publishing Trades, wishes to enter some established house where his services and capital might be made available. The highest references.-Address Alpha, Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill,

E.C.

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[OTICE of REMOVAL.-MR. T. J. ALLMAN begs to inform the Trade that he has This Day removed from Holborn Hill to more commodious premises, 463 Oxford Street, W.C. (twenty doors East of Tottenham Court Road), where all communications and applications for his Publications must in future be made.

London November 29th, 1862.

A Well-established Stationer, Printer,

Engraver, &c., doing a good business among the North of England, wants an energetic Young Manufacturers and Merchants in a large Town in Man of good address, and well acquainted with the trade, to call upon customers and others. Address B. P., Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Lud

gate Hill, E.C.

TO STATIONERS and PRINTERS, radius of half a mile from St. Paul's, a genuine WANTED, by a Bookseller and Stationer

BOOKSELLERS, &c.

Wanted, within a

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TO PRINTERS. A Bargain. For WANTED, a Young Lady of agreeable

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Sale, the owner having no use for them, One Iron Cylinder Inking Table, 28 x 15; one Iron Standing Press; and a quantity of News and Jobbing Type.-Address X. Y. Z.A., Post Office, Dudley.

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manners, who thoroughly understands the Stationery and Bookselling Trades in all their branches. - Apply, with references, and with carte de visite (which will be returned), stating salary required (without board), to R. T. Barras, Sheffield. Should applicants receive no reply, they will conclude that the situation is filled.

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A Young Man, aged 21, seeks a re-engagement
CLERK or JUNIOR ASSISTANT. Has had
unexceptionable references.
Culford Road, London, N.

COUNTRY BOOKSELLERS supplied six years' experience in the trade, and can give

with Periodicals, Newspapers, Books, Maga: zines, Music, &c., on the most liberal terms, and with accuracy and punctuality, by C. Jenkins, Wholesale Bookseller and News Agent, 274 Strand,

London, W.C.-N.B. Special attention to posting To

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BOOKSELLERS' ASSISTANTS.Wanted, a Young Man of good address, accustomed to the general Counter Trade. A Dissenter preferred.-Apply to T. N., Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London.

Address J. P., 56

BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, &c. Wanted, by a respectable intelligent Young Man, of active business habits, a situation as ASSISTANT in a first-class establishment; or an engagement with the view ultimately of taking a share in the Business would not be objected to. Has had ten years' experience in the trade, and can give unexceptional references. - Address B., | Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London.

TO STATIONERS, BOOKSELLERS,

Man, of good address and experience, wishes a reengagement as ASSISTANT. First-class references.-Address M. T., care of Mr. Lead, High Street, Derby.

STATIONERS, &c. Wanted to TO BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS. TO place a well-educated Youth, 16 years of age, Wanted, by a Young Man, a situation as as INDOOR APPRENTICE, for three or five JUNIOR ASSISTANT. Satisfactory references.-years, in a well established Business (Country preAddress B. C., 2 Mabledon Place, London, W.C.

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ferred), where he would have an opportunity of obtaining a thorough knowledge of the business in all its branches.-Apply, stating terms, &c., to S., care of E. Marlborough & Co., Wholesale Booksellers, 4 Ave-Maria Lane, E.C.

Wanted, by a FIDENTAL ASSISTANT, or to manage a Branch Gentleman of experience, a situation as CONBusiness.-Address X. Y. Z., care of Messrs. Goodall & Sons, Camden Town, London.

TO STATIONERS. —

O BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, and

TO PRINTERS.— Wanted, a person of BOOKBINDERS. A Gentleman, of consi

experience, to Superintend first-class Book and Jobbing work. A Country hand preferred.-Apply by letter, giving references, &c., to Messrs. W. H. Smith & Son, 186 Strand, London.

derable practical experience, is desirous of an engagement as MANAGER of a Country Business.Unexceptionable references, and security if required. Address J. W., 63 Davies Street, Berkeley Square.

COUNTRY BOOKSELLERS, TO PRINTERS.-Wanted, a respectable

TLIBRARIAN, X.-BOOKSELLERS, Middle-aged Man, to undertake the Manage

has a thorough knowledge of the London Trade and the management of a Circulating Library, wishes for an Engagement in the Country. Having a small amount of capital, would not object to an engagement with a view to Partnership. Un exceptionable references given. - Address A. B., 53 Ockenden Road, Islington, London, N.

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ANTED, directly, Wholesale or Retail, a Situation, by a Printer, Bookseller, and Stationer; twelve years' experience. - Address J. B., Mr. Gilbert's, Bookseller, Southampton.

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ment of a Country Jobbing Office, where a partly printed Weekly Newspaper is published. person competent to read and correct proofs, and occasionally write short news paragraphs, also to attend and take notes at meetings, is desired. To a suitable person the situation would be permanent. Address, stating salary required, age, previous engagements, &c., to B. W., Publishers' Circular Office, 47 Ludgate Hill, London.

TO MASTER PRINTERS.-A Situation is Wanted by a respectable Young Man, who is quick and clean at Case, and a good Jobbing hand. Wages not so much an object as a comfortable situation. Satisfactory references.-Address A. B., 68 Great Russell Street, Northampton.

TO MASTER PRINTERS. — Wanted,

by a highly respectable and competent Young Man, a re-engagement as COMPOSITOR and PRESSMAN, in a Book, News, or Jobbing Office. Address for references, terms, &c., to A. B., Advertiser Office, Buckingham.

TO MASTER PRINTERS.—Wanted, by a respectable steady Young Man, a Situation at Press and Case, in a News or Jobbing Office. Has had the management of a Country Newspaper. - Address References if required. Typo, 7 Commercial Street, Darlington, Yorkshire.

WANTED, by a Young Man, a Situaa News or Jobbing Office. Accustomed to Machine work.-Address G. B. Pentney, 18 Narrow Street, Peterborough.

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O BOOKBINDERS.-A Young Man wishes for a situation as TURNOVER. Has a fair knowledge of Forwarding; a little of Finish. ing. Can speak, read, and write German and English. Is willing to accept any situation where his services may be useful. Satisfactory references given.-Address T. A., 13 Palestine Place, Bethnal Green, London, N.E.

To O MASTER PRINTERS.-A Young Man, accustomed to Jobbing, desires a Situa tion in a respectable Office. Can furnish the highest testimonials.-Address W., 77 Frederick Street, Caledonian Road, Islington, N.

TO MASTER PRINTERS.-Wanted, by a steady Young Man, a Situation in a News or Jobbing Office. Respectable references.-Address M. Johnson, Epworth, viâ Bawtry, Lincolnshire.

WANTED, by a Young Man who has TO MASTER PRINTERS.- Wanted,

had some years' experience, a situation as ASSISTANT in the Stationery Trade, in Town or Country.-E. W. S., 179 Sloane Street, S.W.

O MASTER PRINTERS.

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Wanted,

a permanent situation as COMPOSITOR in a News, Book, or Jobbing Office. Good reference. Address Hillman, Post Office, Scarborough.

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by a Young Man, a Situation in a News or Jobbing Office. Good references.-Address W. C., 82 Curzon Street, Humberstone Road, Leicester.

TO MASTER PRINTERS.— Wanted, by a respectable Married Man, aged 30, a Situation at Case and Press, either in a Jobbing or News Office.-Address O. O., care of Mr. T. Cooke, Carpenter, Queen Street, Oxford.

TPRENTICE, who has served two years; age TO MASTER

17; or as exchange for one who wishes to learn the Bookselling.-Address, by letter only, A. B., Post Office, Windsor.

PRINTERS.-An ex

perienced COMPOSITOR is desirous of a situation-Book or News. Would read and makeup.-Address E., Tuley Street, Barnstaple.

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Books Wanted to Purchase.

Particulars of price, &c. to be sent direct to the parties whose names and addresses are given.
NOTICE. In reply to correspondents complaining of omissions, we beg to state that
BOOKS IN PRINT ARE NOT ADVERTISED FOR.

Blackburn, C. F., Bookseller, Leamington

Howe on the Globes

Nov. Test. ed. Hellenica. Pickering, 1843
Concordance to the Septuagint

Goulburn's Thoughts on Personal Religion, 1st edit.

Blackie & Son, 44 Paternoster Row

Illustrated London News. Jan. 11, 1862

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

Harleian Miscellany, 10 vols. uncut
Somers's Tracts, 13 vols. uncut

Gifford's Messenger, 1813. 4 vols. 8vo. uncut
Colebrooke's Essays. 2 vols. 8vo. 1837
Milton's Poms (Mitford). 2 vols. 8vo. cloth
Milton's Works (ditto) 8 vols. 8vo. cloth

Brown, W., 12 High Street, Stoke Newington, N.
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Dalton, W. H., 28 Cockspur Street

Stuart's Arabic Grammar

Dean Ramsay's Ancient Scottish Border Stories
Mothers and Daughters. Tims, Dublin

Dodd, W., Bookseller, Newcastle

Opie's (Mrs) Illustrations of Lying
Boydell's Shakspeare. Part 1

Eaton & Son, Booksellers, Worcester

Bell's British Theatre, 12mo. 1791. Vol. 12 British Almanack (with or without Companion). 1828 to 1831 inclusive

Dr. Adam Clarke's Bible, royal 4to. 1810. Part containing I. and II. Corinthians

Foxe's Martyrs, by Townsend and Cattley. 1841. Vols. 2 and 3

Knight's Pictorial England (original edit.) Sheets 3 P and 4 K, Vol. 4 (George IV.)

Galt & Co., Booksellers, Ducie Street, Manchester Murray's Handbook to Turkey and Asia Minor Waverley Novels (old edit. 48 vols.) Vols. 19 to 34, inclusive

Goodwyn, J. G., Bookseller, Long Street, Tetbury

Illustrated London News. Nos. 1028, 1047, 1057, 1066 Hindley, C., Bookseller, 41 North Street, Brighton Elliott's Hora Apocalypticæ, 4 vols. 8vo. Vol. 1 Moore's Works, 12mo. green cloth. Vols. 6, 7, and 10 Su-sex Archæological Collection. Vols. 1, 2, 3 Trial of Madeline Smith for Poisoning Enfield's Philosophy

Cooper's (E.) Sermons. Vol. 3

Hope, G., Bookseller, 3 Castle gate, York

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Combe Abbey, 12mo.

Ingalton & Drake, Booksellers, Eton

Purchas's Directorium Anglicanum. Masters

Manning's Sermons. Vols. 1 to 4

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Knibb, T., Bookseller, Leamington

Lee's Events and Times of the Visions of Daniel and St.

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Lockwood & Co., 7 Stationers'-Hall Court, E.C.

Symington on the Atonement. 8vo.

Adams's Commentary on Second Epistle of Peter
The latest and best work on Sheep (not Youatt's)
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Carmina Quadragesimalia

Dobson's Translation of Milton

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Johnson's Selections from the Mahabharata
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Arthur Monteith, a Sequel to the Scottish Orphans
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Carmina Quadragesimalia

Lusus Poetica (Jortin)

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Starke's Synopsis (German)

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Grinfield's (Thomas) A Century of Original Sacred Songs, 12mo. London, 1836

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Zoologist. No. 231

Colonial Church Chronicle. September 1860
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Earl of Anglesey's Rights, &c,. lof Houses of Lords and
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INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1862. PRIZE MEDAL AWARDED. Now ready, the New Edition of DARTON & HODGE'S Trade Catalogue, to be had on application, or forwarded post free.

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| CATECHISM of MODERN HISTORY.

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