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JAN. 1. 1867.
AMERICAN PERIODICALS AND BOOKS
exported to the Continent of Europe twice a month.
CASTS OF ILLUSTRATIONS
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New Books, Just Published.
Beautifully bound in fine muslin, gilt, and illustrated.
The Union is diligent in its business, and is constantly preparing and issuing something new for the juveniles all over the land. Ch. Intelligencer.
"CHRISTIE;" or, The Way Home. A book of rare
ELEANOR. An Autobiography. 16mo. 81 25.
ARCHIE AT THE SEASIDE and other stories.
MAGGIE AND BESSIE; or, Lame Jennie's
I WON'T PLAY; or, Who shall be Captain?
UPWARD, NOT INWARD. 60 cents.
CHARLIE; or, The Bad Habit. 45 cents.
THE TRYING CHILD. A sequel to "Lucy and her
UNDER THE WINGS. 30 cents.
MY SCARLET SHAWL. 30 cents.
RESPECT THE BURDEN. Half bound, 15 cents.
THE LITTLE BROOK AND ITS TRAVELS.
PECKSY AND FLAPSY. A Story with a Warning in
WOOD'S CLASS BOOK OF BOTANY.
CAMP'S INTERMEDIATE GEOGRAPHY.
CAMP'S MAPPING PLATES.
WARREN COLBURN'S MENTAL ARITHMETIC.
THE FRANKLIN GLOBES, 10, 12, 16, and 30 in. in diameter.
Orders from the trade for the above Books, Maps, and
MOORE & NIMS,
Troy, N. Y.
A NEW DIGEST.
DECISIONS OF THE SUPREME COURT OF NORTH
FROM THE EARLIEST PERIOD TO THE PRESENT YEAR.
His supersedes all previous Digests.
Also, SETS of the NORTH CAROLINA REPORTS, as com
Connections with all the Dealers in German Books and Peri- plete as can now be furnished. 48 vols.
odicals, and with the Publishers of German Newspapers all over the United States and Canada.
Liberal terms to Booksellers, Agents, and Canvassers.
For sale by
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From Its Rise to Its Fall.
BY BENSON J. LOSSING,
MR. CARLETON begs to inform the Trade that he has now ready the long-expected Novel by MISS EVANS, entitled
A splendid new novel, by Miss AUGUSTA J. EVANS, author of "Beulah," "Macaria," &c. **Remarkable as this author's previous novels were, the new one, "St. Elmo," must be acknowledged not only her masterpiece, but a masterpiece of English fiction. Brilliant with genius, magnificent in wordpainting, powerful in plot, and intense in interest, "St. Elmo"
Author of "Pictorial History of the Civil War," "Field will prove to be the finest American novel ever published. Book of the Revolution," &c. &c.
Illustrated by upwards of Three Hundred Engravings, on Wood and Steel, from drawings by the Author.
MR. CARLETON's other works, recently published, are
and other Poems and Ballads, by ALGERNON CHARLES SWINSixth edition now ready. Price $175.
Our Artist in Peru.
A new comic book, By G. W. CARLETON, author of Our Artist in Cuba. Fourth thousand. Price $150.
The Culprit Fay.
A Holiday Edition of this beautiful poem, with one hundred illustrations by Lumley. Au elegant quarto gift book. *** Price $3; or morocco, $8.
The Hudson River is a classic in American scenery. Its discovery was among the earliest events that marked the era of permanent European settlements in the New World; and Tradition and History extending their researches back among the misty facts of Aboriginal life and coming down to the days of living men, find nowhere on the Continent, such multitudinous and varied subjects for contemplation and record as along the course of this beautiful river, from its source among the mountains of Northern New York to its union with the Atlantic at Sandy Hook, a distance of about three hundred miles. Along its bank and across its upper waters lay the wild Indian trails during the colonial wars between the Eng. And other Stories for Children. A delightfu book. By the *Price $1 75. lish, and the French and Savage inhabitants; and during author of "Rutledge." With illustrations. the War for Independence, along full two hundred miles of its course were heard the clash of arms and the booming of cannon. Over the same line Agriculture, Commerce, Manufactures, and the Fine Arts have since spread abounding beauty and wealth, while the bosom of the river bears daily immense fleets freighted with the choicest products of well directed industry.
The Art of Amusing.
A curious and interesting book, teaching all sorts of Parlor and Family Amusements, with one hundred and fifty illustra
tions. **Price $2.
In presenting this volume to the public, the publishers feel confident that it will add materially to the reputation already possessed by the author, both as a writer and an artist. The pages are rich with interesting With Meditations in Sacred Places. An excellent religious reminiscences of revolutionary times, and truthful de- work and gift-book for elderly people. *** Price $2. scriptions of the people, customs and habits of the present day-embellished with numerous charming and exquisite illustrations, from drawings made by Mr. Lossing, of the scenery and places of interest that line the banks of the river, or are to be found in its vicinity. No similar work will compare with it in interest and value, Mr. Lossing being unequalled in this department of literature. His style is agreeable and fluent, and he handles the pencil like an artist to the manner born.
The engraving of the illustrations has been executed by the most skilful artists, and the printing done in the best manner, on toned paper made expressly for the work -in fact no expense has been spared to make it one of the best books of the season.
One vol., small quarto, richly bound in morocco cloth, gilt, $10 00; do. morocco extra, $15 00.
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Artemus Ward in London. Illustrated.
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Four Valuable Books,
Just issued by the
JAN. 1, 1867.
Presbyterian Board of Publication.
WILLIAM FAREL, AND THE STORY OF
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CHARLES DICKENS' WORKS. Best edition.
ANTHROPOS. By Rev. Wм. P. BREED, D.D., COMIC HISTORY OF ENGLAND AND ROME. Illus
A WEEK WITH JESUS; or, LESSONS LEARNED IN HIS COMPANY. By the Rev. JOHN M. LOWRIE, D. D., author of "Esther and Her Times," "Adam and His Times," and "The Hebrew Lawgiver." Price $1 25.
AONIO PALEARIO AND HIS FRIENDS. With a Revised Edition of "The Benefit of Christ's Death." By the Rev. WILLIAM M. BLACKBURN, author of "William Farel," "Young Calvin in Paris," and "The Rebel Prince." Price $1 10.
trated by John Leech. 2 vols., colored plates. $10. LITERATURE AND CURIOSITIES OF DREAMS. By FRANK SEAFIELD, M. A. 2 vols., cloth, $6; half calf, $10. RICHARDSON'S ENGLISH DICTIONARY. New edition. 2 vols., cloth, $30; half Russia, $37 50; full tree calf, $45.
MRS. JAMIESON'S COMPLETE WORKS. 6 vols. cloth, $45; full mor., $65.
TODD'S CYCLOPEDIA OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY. 6 vols., illustrated, cloth, $35; hf. cf., $50. ALDINE EDITION OF THE BRITISH POETS. A new and revised edition of the celebrated "Pickering Poets." 100 copies on large paper. Sold only by subscription. 52 vols., cloth. $4 per vol. Will be ready in October.
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Music Books Recently Published.
HIGH SCHOOL CHORALIST.
A Selection of Choruses and Four-Part Songs, from the Works of the Great Masters, for the use of Colleges, High Schools, &c. $100.
GRAMMAR SCHOOL CHORUS. Containing "Wilhelm's Method of Teaching Vocal Music," adapted to Schools by JOHN HULLAH. Also,
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Festival Occasions, Adapted and Arranged, in One, Two, and Three Parts, by J. B. SHARLAND, Teacher of Music in the Boston Grammar Schools. $1 00.
A Collection of Tunes in all Metres, Composed for, and Especially Adapted to the wants of all Church Choirs and Christian Worshippers, Home Circles, and Social Gatherings. Price, in paper, 33 cts.; boards, 40 cts.
A WINTER EVENING'S ENTE-R
A Social Cantata. Words by SIDNEY DYER. Music by C. A. CULL. Cloth, $125; paper, $1 00.
JOUSSE'S MUSICAL CATECHISM.
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JAN. 1, 1867.
ELEGANT HOLIDAY BOOKS.
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SUPERB NEW HOLIDAY GIFT BOOK,
ORIGINAL POEMS OF THE COUNTRY LIFE.
Edited by ROBERT BUCHANAN, and illustrated with many superb Engravings from designs by G. J. Pennell, J. W.
THE PARABLES OF OUR LORD.
HOME THOUGHTS AND HOME SCENES.
BIRKET FOSTER'S PICTURES OF ENGLISH LANDSCAPE.
Also Recently Received:
LITTLE LAYS FOR LITTLE FOLKS.
Selected by JOHN G. WATTS from the Poems and Songs of
THE FAC-SIMILE REPRINT OF THE FIRST FOLIO (1623) SHAKSPEARE. An accurate
NEW JUVENILES, BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED.
HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN'S FAIRY LIBRARY FOR THE YOUNG, in 12 volumes,
HANS C. ANDERSEN'S STORIES FOR THE HOUSEHOLD, with upwards of 220 Illustrations
THE CHILD'S COLORED GIFT BOOK, with upwards of One Hundred Illustrations, beautifully
TOM AND THE CROCODILES.
Cloth, 1 50.
BY ANNIE BOWMAN. With eight illustrations. F'cap 8vo.
THE VILLAGE IDOL. By the Author of "A Trap to Catch a Sunbeam." With eight illustra-
HOLLOWDELL GRANGE; or, Holiday Hours in a Country Home. By GEO. MANVILLE Fenne.
JOHNNY JORDAN AND HIS DOG. By ELIZABETH EILOART. With eight illustrations. F'cap
ROUTLEDGE'S CHRISTMAS ANNUAL. An entertaining volume of Christmas Literature by
Mrs. HENRY WOOD,
AN ORIGINAL CHRISTMAS PLAY, by STIRLING COYNE.
And 17 full-page comic illustrations, by Walter Crane and Charles H. Ross.
THE CHILDREN OF BLESSING. by the Author of "A Trap to Catch a Sunbeam."
BLACKFRIARS' SHAKSPEARE. Edited by CHARLES KNIGHT. Complete in one volume; uni-
CRUDEN'S CONCORDANCE. Complete in one volume, uniform with the Blackfriars' Shakspeare.
JAN. 1, 1867.
A New and Splendid Edition of the
EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOK,
Large 4to. Edition,
FOR PULPIT OR FAMILY USE.
Printed on fine-toned Paper. GREAT PRIMER TYPE. Size, 13 by 11 inches.
THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS.
Unabridged-with 96 Illustrations.
Price Ten Cents.
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WALTER LOW, 596 Broadway, New York.
New Edition, Revised, Corrected, and Enlarged, brought up to 1866:
GURNSEY'S HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES;
DESIGNED FOR THE USE OF SCHOOLS.
EXTENDING FROM THE DISCOVERY OF AMERICA TO THE CLOSE OF THE REBELLION.
By EGBERT GURNSEY, A. M.
12mo., 560 pages. Half bound, cloth sides, net price $1 25.
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