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The Editor of the Art-Journal is actively arranging to report very fully the Great Exhibition of the Industry of All Nations; with this view he is in communication with the leading Manufacturers of Great Britain and Ireland, the Colonies, the United States, France, Belgium, Holland, Austria, Prussia, Saxony, and the other States of Europe,—most of which he has personally visited for the purpose of procuring Drawings and obtaining information.

He proposes to issue Double Numbers of the Art-journal, Monthly, during Four Months; each Double Number to contain (in addition to the ordinary Letter-press, Engravings, &c.) Futt-six Pages, comprising about 300 Woodcuts, of the best, the most beautiful, and the most suggestive, of the Works contributed from all parts of the world, accompanied by brief descriptive and critical remarks.

In the Art-journal, the pages to contain the Illustrated Catalogue will be paged apart from the ordinary Number—so as to make a separate and distinct Book; it will, however, be bound up and issued with the usual Monthly Parts; and, for these parts, double price will be, necessarily, charged.

For those who are not subscribers to the Art.journal, the Four Parts will be subsequently issued as a Volume, beautifully bound, and at the advanced price of One Guinea; the cost to Subscribers to the ArtJournal (exclusive of binding) being but Ten Shillings. Covers for binding will be issued to Subscribers at a moderate price.

This Catalogue will be printed by hand, and nol by machinery; the Drawings have been made by accomplished Artists, in all instances under the scrutiny of the Manufacturers, and are Engraving by Messrs. Dalziel, Nicholls, Bastin, Whimper, Jackson, Cooper, Sec.

They will be as perfect examples of the Art as can be produced by the combined industry and skill of eminent Artists.

The Fourth Part will contain an Engraved Title Page, an Illustrated History of the Building, a Copious Index, and the "Prize Essay," for which One Hundred Guineas have been offered, on the best " mode of rendering the Exhibition practically useful to the British manufacturer."

The work, when completed, will form a permanent record of the Exhibition, and a Key To The Host Meritorious Manufactures Of All Parts Of The World.

Part The First Will Be Issued On The 1st Of Mat. Office Of The Art-journal, Marlborough Chambers, 49, Pall Mall.

#* Manufacturers will perceive by the above announcement, that although it will be desirable for the Editor to receive Drawings early, there will be ample time for them to furnish him with such drawings at any period before the articles are forwarded to the Exhibition; or, indeed, during the first month of their exposition there.

No cost whatever will be incurred by the Manufucturer. The Editor may be communicated with either personally or by letter.


TO ADVERTISERS.—No better medium exists than these publications for making fully known the various Business Establishments of the Metropolis, or for conveying to public notice the claims of skill and excellence exercised in British Manufactures.

The "Art-journal" is principally devoted to the elaborate illustration of every subject connected with Art, thus becoming, in the highest degree, attractive to the student, as well as to the intelligent of every class; the Work, however, is an ornament pertaining to the drawing-room or library table, and the eircolstion is rapidly extending, being guaranteed to Advertisers during the Exhibition Months at not leas thin 25,000 Monthly, when Advertisements will be arranged as follows :—

1. Public and Charitable Institutions.

2. Places of Public Instruction and Amusement.

3. Offices for Insurance.

4. Literary Publications.

5. Works connected with Art and Invention.

6. Business Establishments, of character and high

standing, home and foreign.

7. Hotels and Lodging-houses for Visitors of every


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Carriage Conveyance.

9. Miscellaneous Advertisements, carefully and judi

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Murray's Modern London, or Hand-Book of London as it is: with full Descriptions of all Places and Objects of Interest in the Metropolis.—Vide Adv. 32G.

London, Past and Present. By Peter Cunningham. 2d edition.—Vide Adv. 326.

London. By J. R. M'Culloeh. Forming a Part of " The Traveller's Library. Low's Guide To Tiie Places Of Pudlic Worship In London. A New Edition, with tho Names of the Clergymen, the Hours of Servico on Sunday and other days, Special Sen-ices with reference to the present period, and much other useful information. Low's Guide To The Charities Of London: comprehending the Benevolent, Educational, and

Religious Institutions, thou- Origin, Design, Progress, and Present Position. New Edition of Mubiuy's Hand-boo K To Westminster Abbey, Windsor, and Eton J also the

British Museum, and the Galleries of Pictures in and near London.—Vide Adv. 326. The British Metropolis In 1851 ; a Classified Guide to London. Also a Compendium of the

British Metropolis.—Vide Adv. 329. The Official Catalogue Of The Great Exhibition Of The Works Of Industry Of All Nations—1851: "The Earth is the Lord's, and all that therein is:

The compass of the world, and all that dwell therein." The same work, Illustrated Edition—Part I., Introductory, and Sect.L, Raw Materials, Classes 1 to 4. *,* This work is really a wonderful production, when the following extract from the contractors' notice, which is bound with the volume, is taken into consideration :—" The Contractors beg to notify tliat in consequenco of their having only received the numerical arrangement of the Exhibitors twelve hours before going to press, they are only able to publish the present portion of the work": and yet wo have befor6 us a most beautiful volume, containing 200 pages of letterpress and upwards of 20 pages of illustrations. Taken altogether, this Catalogue exemplifies what art and science may accomplish when judiciously directed.

The Art Journal Illustrated Catalogue Of The Great Exhibition will be comprised in a moiety of four double numbers of the "Art Journal." The first number, highly illustrated, is this day published.—Vide Adv. 341.

NEW MAP of LONDON; also, a full Description and the
authorised Arrangements of the Crystal Palace, its Ori-
gin, Construction, Dimensions, &c.
THE PALACE of INDUSTRY: a brief History of its Ori-
gin and Progress; with a Descriptive Account of the
most interesting portions ot the Machinery employed in
its Construction.
THE PALACE or INDUSTRY: a Comprehensive and Po-
pular Account of the Construction, Machinery, and Sta-
tistics of Hie Gnat Exhibition Building. By W. J. 1).
THE GREAT EXHIBITION: its Palaces and principal
Contents j with Notices of the Public Buildings of the
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SIT to the GREAT EXHIBITION, descriptive of all its
principal Attractions. With S5 Pictures.

TRIAL EXHIBITION, 1851. By Peter Berlyn.

TAL PALACE. Translated into English by a Belgian.
Revised and corrected by an American.'

■(Ml. By J. C. H. Kreunrl.

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"i LONDON dnrin2 1851.

LONDON EXHIBITED in 1851; including a ncwly-con-
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LONDON in all its GLORY; or, How to Enjoy London
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