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ANEW PUBLICATION BOARD, for exhibiting the C'.-rrent Number of The Publishrrs' Circular, price Is.—Also,
T OW'S PAMPHLET PORTFOLIOS, for PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, oreLi These Portfolios are recommended for the convenience with which works published periodically may be preserved and referred to, affording all the advantages of a bound volume, with the facility of adding each part or number ns published.
Sampson Low, 169, Fleet Street.
CJIR WALTER SCOTT'S POETICAL O WORKS, with the Author's latest Notes, as well ns several of the principal Poems themselves, being all Copyright, Printers and Publishers are hereby cautioned against violating the said Copyright, and the Public are warned that no work published under the title of "The Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott" is complete, unless it be published by Robert CaDell, or by Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh.
BARNES .... the REVELATIONS-COBBIN'S EDITION.—Knight and Son beg to acquaint the Trade that they have purchased the "Copyright in Great Britain" of the above work, which will shortly be published by them. Knight and Son hereby c-iution all persons against purchasing or vending any other Edition, as the most prompt measures will be adopted to suppress piracy. ClerKenwell Close, Nov. 28,1831.
rilO COUNTRY BOOKSELLERS. —W. J- Kent and Co. beg respectfully to announce that they have taken extensive premises for the purpose of extending their Country Trade, and offer their assurance that all orders for Miscellaneous Books and Monthly and Weekly Periodicals will be punctually and correctly executed.
21, 51, and 52, Paternoster Row. November, 1851. ____
"117 OO DC UTS.—To be Sold cheap [—Several VV Hundred New Woodcuts, amongst which are a superior set of 200 Quadrupeds, for a Natural History, and others. Illustrations for Histories of England, Robinnon Crusoe, Watts's Hymns, Fables, Vignettes, Shipping, Racing, and many others.— Apply to Mr. J.■•Nicholson, Accountant and Estate Agent, 17, Kingslnnd Crescent, Kingsland Road.
WANTED to PURCHASE, a (food and long.established BOOK and STATIONERY BUSINESS. Any one wishing to retire will find this an excellent opportunity of doing so.—Address to P. P., 13, Percy Place, Clapham Road, London.
'pO STATIONERS' and PRINTERS' ASl SISTANTS about commencing Business.—The Advertiser, who is about taking to a well-established Stationery and Printing Business in the most populous district of the Midland Counties, is desirous of meeting with an experienced and active Young Man as PARTNER. The Advertiser being a Publisher of County Directories, and necessarily frequently absent from home, is his reason for desiring a partner. The amount,required to participate equally in the profits of the business will be £250: being about one-third of the amount the Advertiser is about paying for the business.—Address E. C. L., care of Messrs. Williams, Coopers, and Co., 85, West Smithfield, London.
'|«0 COUNTRY BOOKSELLERS, *■ AUTHORS, MANUFACTURERS, and others.
MR. GEORGE MEASOM,
DESIGNER AND ENGRAVER ON WOOD,
Continues to execute all orders entrusted to bis care in the first style of the Art,
at exceedingly moderate charges.
An In-door Pupil required. Premium, 150 Guinea*,
two-thirds of which can remain unpaid for tweWe
months; or, Out-door 50 Guineas, the whole to be
paid at once.
74, Charrington Street, Oakley Square, London.
TO DRAWING MASTERS.—The Adrei tiser, who has been for a considerable period accustomed to teaching both large classes and private pupils, is desirous of meeting with a gentleman il>) may wish to withdraw from his present Connexion, or resign an Appointment to which he could introduce J Successor.—Communications, with particulars, addressed to M. '/.., Publishers' Circular Office, 169, Fleet Street.
THE EXHIBITORS' ALMANAC- j NOTICE to the TRADE.—In consequence of the great extent to which the Alphabetical List of the Prizeholders of the Great Exhibition runs, ft* Exhibitors' Almanack will not be published till the 10th of December, on which day it will be r«ndf for delivery, and all orders promptly executed. Simpkin. Marshall, and Co., Stationers' Hall Com*
10 STATIONERS, BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, &c—R. S. Meggy. Engraver «r.d Printer to the Trade, begs to announce that hia Nf* Book (containing a variety of Specimens of Engrarioj for Commercial and general purposes) is now readf. and may be had gratis on application at 38. Gi** Tower Street, London. Country orders for every description of Engraving, Copperplate and Lithegraphic Printing, promptly attended to.
TO BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERY —A Bookselling and Stationery BUSINESS, situate in one of the most fashionable Watering Plate* in the centre of England, to be disposed of in eon* quence of the death of the late proprietor. The Stoe* (which is to be taken at a valuation,) consists of Books, Stationery, etc., calculated for such a pla«, and all of recent purchase. The above offers man; advantages to any gentleman wishing to comment business. The connexion is already good, with 5"* facilities for improvement. The Premises are extensive and well adapted for business, and sitnatea a the most fashionable part of the town. The Sa is valued at about j£800. During the season toe rooms have been let at good prices to visitor?, am) the furniture may also be taken at a valuationApply to Mr. J. Brook, Stamp Office, H uddersM
TO PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c— 1 To be disposed of, in one of the largest manuf-ccturing towns of Yorkshire, a first-class PRINTING OFFICE, containing an immense variety of Book and Ornamental Types, selected from the first Foundries in the kingdom; with Presses, Rolling M chines, Frames, and every requisite for executing in the best style all descriptions of work. It possesses a wide reputation, and the business connexion is both good and respectable.—For references and terms spply to Mr. Smith, Messrs. Stephenson, Blake, »od Co.'s Letter Foundry, Sheffield; or to Williams, Cooper, and Co., 85, West Smithfield, London.
rpO BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, and 1 STATIONERS.—To be disposed of, and possession had on Jan. 1st, 1852, a snug BUSINESS B above, doing a respectable trade at full prices, in a small country town, and no opposition. £50 per annum commission made by agencies. About £400 to £450 for Goodwill and Stock, which will be by valuation as agreed. Satisfactory reasons for selling riven, and every introduction to customers by present recupier.—Apply to T. P., at Publishers' Circular Office, 169, Fleet Street.
TO BOOKSELLERS. PRINTERS, STA1 TIONERS, and BOOKBINDERS.—To be
disposed of, an old-established BUSINESS in the above lines, having also a Fire Insurance Agency, sod a good Newspaper connection. The Stock to be taken at a valuation; no premium required: situated in the centre of one of the principal Market Towns in Essex.—Particulars may be obtained by letter only addressed to R. C. H., Simpkin, Marshall, and Co., Stationers' Hall Court, London.
TO BOOKSELLERS.—The Advertiser, who *■ is leaving his present Situation at Christmas, is desirous of obtaining another ENGAGEM ENT either in Town or Country. Most satisfactory references "n be given to present and former employers.—Address B. R., 65, Paternoster Row.
TO BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, STA•l TIONERS, &c—The Advertiser, (a person of gentlemanly address, and intimately acquainted with •he business in all its branches,) is desirous of taking <«e superintendence of a Concern in the Country; tie management of a Branch business; or to travel Mher regularly or occasionally.—Address, post paid, CD,, care of Mr. Paee,28,Moorgate Street, London.
TO BOOKSELLERS and PUBLISHERS. 'J- —A Yonng Man, of good address and education, and of seven years' experience in responsible situations, desires an ENGAGEMENT in London or a large Provincial Town, on which he would enter immediately. References, recommendations, and connections, will be given of great respectability, and •orety if desired.—Apply to Editor of the Publishers' Circular, or to A. B., Post Office, Oxford.
WANTED, by a Young- Man of respectable connections, a SITUATION in a Shop or Warehouse in the Book trade, or Bookseller's and Stationer's business, in which he has been engaged fight years. Unexceptionable references will be * :n, and a good character from his last and all nis employers.—Address, prepaid, J. 11., care of ■Jr. Street, Bookseller, King William Street, Charing Cross.
ToliOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, &c. ■* —Wanted, by a Young Man, a Situation as MANAGING ASSISTANT. Has had 12 years' Mnerienee; can give good references, and security if "quired.—Address B. B., care of Hamilton, Adams, >nd Co., 33, Paternoster Row.
TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and PRINTERS.—To be Sold, in one of the most important and improving towns in the West of England, a first-rate and old-established BUSINESS. The Premises are situated in the best part of the town, are well adapted for business, and the upper part of the house is fit for the immediate occupation of a respectable family. The estimated value of the Stock is about £1000; which might be reduced if necessary, and ample time for payment would be given to a responsible party.—Address S. G., Publishers' Circular Office, 169, Fleet Steeet.
TO be SOLD, immediately, a PRINTING, BOOKSELLING, and STATIONERY BUSINESS,—the only one in a Market Town. Coming in less than £200, and the yearly income considerably more than that sum.—Apply to B. B., 1G9, Fleet Street. London.
TO STATIONERS and PRINTERS.—To be disposed of, worthy the attention of working parties, with moderate capital, or a young working Printer and Bookbinder could be treated with alone, a BUSINESS in the above branches. Terms easy to respectable parties, and none others need apply.— Address A. Y., care of Mr. Sampson Low. Publisher's Circular Office, Fleet Street, London.
WO BOOKBINDERS and STATIONERS. ■L —To be disposed of, in consequence of the Proprietor wishing to retire, a BUSINESS in the above line, which has been established 17 years. The stock of Stationery is very small; the Bookbinding may be had separate. The stock of Stationery and Binding Tools will not exceed £300. Situate in a Market Town in Wilts.—Apply to T. A. Saunders, Salisbury.
TO BOOKSELLERS.—To be disposed of, a BOOKSELLING BUSINESS, snccessfuliy carried on for some years in one of the best positions at the West End. Any young man with a knowledge of French, and possessed of a limited capital, would find this an excellent opportunity.—For particulars, address, with real name, to S. S., Publisher's Circular Office, 109, Fleet Street.
WANTED, a YOUNG MAN as Shopman and Clerk, by a Bookseller, Stationer, and General Agent, residing 10 miles from London.— Apply, by letter, prepaid, to H. W., Publishers' Circular Office, 109, Fleet Street.
vyANTED, a competent ASSISTANT,-of
'* genteel address and thorough business habits,
to a Bookseller, Stationer, snd Printer.—Apply, with
full particulars, to W.J. Taylor, East Street. Brighton.
TO PRINTERS.—Wanted, a respectable and well-educated Man as OVERSEER in a general Printing and Newspaper Office. One who has held a similar situation would be preferred. References will be required as to ability, &c.—Address, stating salary, and other particulars, to Mr. Burbidge, Bookseller and Printer, Regent Place, Clifton.
WANTED, in an old-established Bookselling and Stationery Business, a respectable YOUNG MAN, who has some knowledge of the Bookbinding, and who has been used to a Retail Shop, as above, a Turnover, or one who would deem his board and lodging equivalent for his services for the first year or so. He would be treated as one of the family. None need apply but those whose character will bear the strictest investigation.'
Wanted, also, a steady, active YOUTH, from 14 to 18 years of age, as in-door Apprentice to the Bookselling and Stationery Business. A moderate premium.—Apply to Mr. Hatt, Bookseller, &c, Pear Hill, Cambridge.
DODD and CO.'S LIST of PERIODICALS, NEWSPAPERS. &c. &c, for general circulation, is now ready, and will be-supplied to the Trade, with their Addresses printed on the Title, at the following prices :—
100, 6s.; 200, 9s. 6d.; 300, 13s.; 400, 16s. 6d.; 600, 21s. All orders must be accompanied with a Post-office order.—Orders sent carriage free to London for enclosure.
Dodd and Co. will feel obliged to Publishers if they will send the Title and Price of any new Magazine, &c.'intended to be published in 1852, so that they may place it in their List, previous to December 20th, 1851.
Dodd and Co., Woburn, Beds.
LKTTERPRES9 PRINTING INK.
J BARRETT and CO. having had con• tinued proofs of the success of their Letterpress Printing Ink, have every confidence in further recommending it to the notice of the Trade.
Tiie manufacture of this Ink is conducted on sound Chemical Principles, under the personal supervision of an eminent Chemist, a Fellow of the Royal Society, who, for many years, has given his attention and research to the perfecting of Letterpress Ink.
This Ink possesses the property of keeping the Roller in good working order, so as never to loose the grip. It distributes freely—works sharp and clean—washes easily off the types—dries readily on paper, and sets off but little. Colour deep and permanent, never changing to the brown.
It does not skin in the barrel or dry on the roller, and is entirely divested of that unpleasant effluvium so injurious to the health of the workmen.
Lists of prices and terms will be forwarded on application to
Jeremiah Barrett and Co., Varnish and Colour Manufacturers, Nos. 130, 218, and 219, Bradford Street, Birmingham.
NOTICE TO THE TRADE.
HG. COLLINS bejjs to state that be ail! • continues to supply, as usual— CRAIG'S UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY,
in Parts or TsL".
BRITISH GAZETTEER Ditto.
MODERN ATLAS Ditto.
HARGRAUE BROTHERS, Wholesaler,!! Export Envelope Makers and Manufscturi: Stationers, Dye Sinkers, &c, 77, Newgate Stres: London.
*#* Pattern books and prices, &c. sent free npoi application.
TO BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, SIA
BOOKS WANTED TO PURCHASE.
Printer, Stationer, Bookseller, and Bookbinder, Dealer in Musical Instruments, Paper Hangings, ud Patent Medicines, VALUER And APPRAISER, Market Place, Horncastle, respectfully informs tie Trade, that having had considerable experience K I Valuer, in Lincolnshire and other Counties, and pisessing a practical knowledge of every branch of tit trade, he begs to offer his services as Apprtiurto those who are about to enter upon or relinquii: > Business. To persons disposing of their Busines-,« wishing to purchase, every assistance will be renders, free of charge. References are permitted to gentle men by whom he has been engaged ; also to the follw ing London Houses :—Messrs. Whittaker ani CcAve-Maria Lane; Messrs. Williams, Coopr, aai Co., West Smithfield; Messrs. Hunt, Fo'-rdrinier. and Co., King William Street; Messrs. Hodgki.i<m and Burnside, Upper Thames Street; Messrs. C?£i« and Lamb, Newgate Street; Messrs. Jeffrey, All and Home, Whitechapel; Messrs. Broadwood vi Sons, Great Pulteney Street; Messrs. Barely »^ Sons, Farringdon Street; also to Mr. NewcMii. Mercury Office, Stamford; and Messrs J. and C Mozley, Derby.
To be disposed of, THREE old-established BCSI NESSES. Capital required from £600 to £1500.
*»* Letters to be addressed to Mr. Sampson Low, Office of the Publishers' Circular, stating lowest price, cam's}'/*'
Adams' Index Villaria.
Asiatic Researches, 4to. Vols. 1—5.
Hailey's Astronomical Tables and Formulae.
Banker's Magazine. Sept. 1844.
Bateman's Turnpike Acts.
Buchanan on Taxation and the Commercial Policy of
Great Britain, 1844. "'lrke's Heraldic Illustrations, 3 vols, royal 8vo. 'wer's Last of the Barons, 3 vols. le's History of the Poor Laws, 1764. t Mess's Hymns of the Primitive Church. C M's Measuring Companion.
Cr Works, S vols. 12mo. Vol. 5.
Cm .Ms^irtation on the Nature, Measure, and Causes
Meteorology, 2 vols.
De la Beche's Theoretical Observer.
Dibriin's Edition of Quarles. [kind. 1817.
Dissertation on the Poor Laws, by a Well-wisher to Man
Kdiuburgh Medical and Surgical Journal, 1805 to 1819.
Forsler's Mahomedanism Unveiled.
Friends in Council. 1st edit. Vol. i.
Glas' (John) Works, 5 vols. Perth, 1782.
Hamilton on the National Debt, 1818.
Hemans' Poetical Works, 7 vols. fcp. Vol. 6.
Hone's Apocryphal New Testament, 1820.
Hume's Political Essays, 8vo. 1752.
Huskisson's Navigation Laws.
Speech on Colonial Policy.
Jamieson's Winter Studies and Summer Rambles, 3 n*
Lightfoot's Works, by Pitman, 13 vols. 8vo. Vol. 5.
ing the Importation of Foreign Corn. 1815.
Maurice's Kingdom of Christ. (Darton, 1838.) voi. '■
Merivale's Lectures on the Principles of a Legislative revision for the Poor in Ireland. 1838.
Nautical Almanack previous to 1797.
Okin's l'hysio-Philosophy. (Ray Society.)
Pearson's Practical Astronomy.
Pictorial Shakspearc, original issue. Parts 1 to 30.
Rogers's Italy, 8vo. sewed.
Simons's Three Lectures on the Cost of Obtaining >'■>' ■
Southey's Cowper. Vol. 8 to I"*
Spelman's History and Fall of Sacrilege.
Stephen's Central America, 2 vols. 8vo. J
Sterne's Works, 12mo. (Dodsley.) Vol. 11, being W
Printed at 57, Skinner Street, Snowhill, in the City of London, by E Liezehch At Kr Wilson, of 6, ^ImerTerriCf," the Parish of St. Mary, Islington; and published bv Sampson Low, of 14, Great James Street, in the 1 ""■'':, St. Andrew.Holborn, at the Office, 169, Fleet Street, in the Parish of St. Dunstan in the West.—Thursday, Dec. 4, is>