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10 BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS.To be disposed of, immediately, a BUSINESS in the above branches, situate in a large and important Commercial Town. The present value of the Stock and Fixtures is about £1200, but might be considerably reduced to meet the wishes of a purchaser.-Address M. R., care of Mr. Low, Publishers' Circular Office, Fleet Street, London.
NEW EDITION of LOW'S "LIST of PLACES of PUBLIC WORSHIP in LONDON and its ENVIRONS," for the Year 1851, is nearly ready. It offers a most desirable medium for any Advertisement addressed more especially to Visitors to London during the Exhibition. **Advertisements should be sent at the latest by the 10th of April. 169, Fleet Street, April 1, 1851.
Carey's Lexicon to Thucydides.
Church Hymns, by Skelton.
Collyer's New Tracts on the Life of Shakspere.
Curtis's Botanical Magazine, continued by Hooker.
Eclectic Review, Jan. 1849.
BOOKS WANTED TO PURCHASE.
Letters to be addressed to Mr. SAMPSON LOW, Office of the Publishers' Circular, stating lowest price, carriage free. Adams's Artificial Pupil of the Eye. Acton's Dairy Husbandry.
MPORTANT SALE of VALUABLE LITERARY PROPERTY.-The Proprietors have to announce that the Stock, Copyright, Stereotype Plates, Engraved Plates, Woodcuts, &c. of THE CABINET CYCLOPÆDIA, edited by Dr. LARDNER, comprising Works written by Sir WALTER SCOTT, Sir DAVID BRewster, Sir JAMES MACKINTOSH, Dr. LARDNER, Sir JOHN HERSCHEL, THOMAS MOORE, Bishop THIRLWALL, ROBERT SOUTHEY,
Professor DE MORGAN, And other eminent Writers.
King on Corpulence.
Knight's Library Shakspere, 12 vols.
In 133 Volumes, will be Sold by Auction, without reserve, by MR. HODGSON, at the London Coffee House, Ludgate Hill, early in April.
Vols. 10 and 11.
CATALOGUES and full Particulars, with the Conditions of the Sale, will shortly be ready, and may be had of Mr. Hodgson, 192, Fleet Street.
tinue to be received for insertion in the Official Catalogues during the whole time the Exhibition remains open; but as the Contractors are bound to pay a penalty of 50%. a-day if they do not deliver the first edition to the Royal Commission by the 28th of April, those Advertisements intended for the first five series of 20,000 each of the small catalogue, and for the first editions of the Illustrated and French and German Catalogues, must be sent to the Contractors by the 15th of April.
Spicer Brothers, Wholesale Stationers,
Clowes and Sons, Printers,
Joint Contractors to the Royal Commission. OFFICIAL CATALOGUE OFFICE, 29, NEW Bridge STREET, BLACKFRIARS.
Kreab's Guide to Writing Latin. Lardner's Gospel History. 1745 and 1766.
Vol. 7 of Part II. between
Lancet. July 1843 to Dec. 1849.
Lloyd's Wave Theory of Light.
Library of the Fathers. Complete set.
Malte Brun's Geography. Vols. 8 and 9, 8vo. and Index.
Microscopic Society, Transactions of. Complete.
Pardoe's City of the Sultan.
Pascal's Thoughts. 1749.
Pharmacopoeia Universale, translated by Rennie. Pharmaceutical Journal, from the commencement. Phrenological Journal. Jan. 1847.
Quarterly Review, set half-bound.
Roby's Popular Tradition of Lancashire, 3 vols. small 8vo. Romance of History, 15 vols. 12mo. and 3 vols. post 8vo. 18 vols. in all.
Romilly's Speeches, 2 vols. 8vo. boards.
Rundell's Japan, Hakluyt Society.
Shakspere's Works, folio. Reprint of the 1st Edition.
Taylor on Transmission of Ancient Books.
Tytler's History of Scotland. Vols. 6, 7, 9.
Valpy's Greek Septuagint and Apocrypha, without New
Waagen's Arts and Artists in England, 8vo. Vol. 1.
Youth's Magazine, 4th series. Vols. 1, 2, 3, 4.
At Newport, on Wednesday, April 16th, 1851, at
Bible and Fragments, 3 vols. 4to.-beautiful Beza's
Bible, 1607, folio-ancient Platform of Hops, &c., by
Works. Catalogues may be had Eight days prior to
the Sale on the Premises, or of
Messrs. R. D. and B. T. Thurgood, Land Agents, Saffron Walden.
BOOKSELLERS and others.-PREMISES to LET in Paternoster Row. Apply
-In the best part of a populous Western City, a BUSINESS, which may be most considerably extended, is offered solely on account of the illness of
the proprietor, from which cause also no goodwill is required. The coming-in is expected to be about £700. Further particulars may be had from Mr. Gray, Bookseller and Valuer to the Trade, 131, High Street, Croydon.
PRINTERS and BOOKSELLERS.
in a Midland Counties Town, having a population of 4000, with no competitor. A part of incoming may remain, on satisfactory security being given.-For locality and particulars apply to Messrs. Williams, Coopers, and Co., 85, West Smithfield.
TO STATIONERS, &c.—A most advanta
geous opportunity presents itself to a person who established and valuable COUNTRY BUSINESS, can command about £1,300, to purchase an oldin a populous neighbourhood, where there is scarcely any opposition.-Apply to Williams, Coopers, Boyle,
and Co., 85, West Smithfield, London.
STATIONERS and others.-In a flourish-TO BOOKSELLERS' ASSISTANTS.— ing Seaport Town in the North.-Mr. Page is directed to sell a highly respectable STATIONERY
SISTANT.-Apply, by letter, stating age, last emWanted, by a Bookseller, a Young Man as ASployment, references, and salary required, to O. V.,
and BOOKSELLING BUSINESS, established many years, and now in full trade. The returns are
Publishers' Circular Office, 169, Fleet Street.
large, and present a favourable opportunity to parties
STATIONERS' ASSISTANTS, Whole
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TO MASTER PRINTERS and BINDERS.
-A Young Man, who is practically acquainted with the Printing and Binding is desirous of obtaining a permanent SITUATION. Respectable references will be given.-Apply, stating terms, to W. B., care of Mr. John Hughes, Ave-Maria Lane, London.
TO PRINTERS.-Wanted, a SITUATION
a Jobbing Office, by a Young Man well acquainted with the business: having a slight knowledge of the binding, would have no objection to assist ocC. Mrs. Ellis's, New Street, Shipston-on-Stour, Wor
TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and
LIBRARIANS.-Wanted, a situation as AS
SISTANT, by a Young Man who has been eight
others. In a delightful situation close to the Parks. Mr. Page is desired to sell a most attractive BOOKSELLING and STATIONERY BUSINESS, with a Public Library. The returns are good and rapidly increasing. About £800 required.-Apply to Mr. Page, Auctioneer and Valuer, 28, Moorgate St. To WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. An extensive Publisher of Cheap and Popular Books, of general sale, is desirous of placing his Catalogues in the hands of any respectable Houses which travel, and can undertake to collect od and receive the accounts, on liberal terms of mission.—Apply B. C., care of Mr. Southee, 59, Fleet Street, London.
TO BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. T
-A Young Man, 23 years of age, of thorough business babits, is desirous of an engagement as an ASSISTANT to a Retail Bookseller and Stationer, or of undertaking the Management of a Concern, either in Town or Country. He has had nine years' experience in some of the first houses in the retail trade, and can produce the most satisfactory testimonials as to character and other qualifications.Address A. A., care of Mr. Kimber, 5, King Street, Holborn.
BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and LIBRARIANS.-A Young Man, 22 years of age, who has just left his situation with seven years' either in Town or Country. Can offer good refe experience, is desirous of a RE-ENGAGEMENT, rences. Address S. S., Publishers' Circular Office, 169, Fleet Street, London.
PRINTERS.-Wanted, by a Young Man, aged NO BOOKSELLERS, and 23, who can be well recommended, a SITUATION, where he would make himself useful in the Shop or Printing Office. Salary not so much an object as a comfortable home.-Address E. J. T., 9, Abbottsham Place, Stapleton Road, Bristol.
BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. -The Advertiser, a Young Man well acquainted with the retail of the above businesses, is desirous of meeting with an ENGAGEMENT. Has a knowledge of the Stamp business. The Country preferred. -Address X. Z., Mr. Stephens's, Shipston-onStour, Worcestershire.
TO PRINTERS and BOOKBINDERS.
Wanted for the Country a steady and sober middle-aged PERSON, who thoroughly understands the uusal routine of a Jobbing Office; he must be also competent to bind Shop Stationery, &c. References as to character and ability will be required.-Address, pre-paid, to R. Z. Y., care of Messrs. Batty and Melville, Wholesale Stationers, 174, Aldersgate St. London.
O BOOKSELLERS' ASSISTANTS.Wanted, a YOUNG MAN thoroughly competent to undertake the management of a Bookselling and Stationery Business at a first-class Railway Station. None need apply whose character as to ability, &c., will not bear the strictest investigation. Security required.-Apply to Messrs. W. H. Smith and Son, 136, Strand, London.
Valuable Literary Property.
STOCK, COPYRIGHT, AND STEREOTYPE PLATES
DR. LARDNER'S CABINET CYCLOPEDIA.
Will sell by Auction,
At the LONDON COFFEE-HOUSE, Ludgate Hill, London,
AT ONE O'CLOCK PRECISELY,
COPYRIGHT, STOCK, STEREOTYPE PLATES, STEEL PLATES, AND WOODCUTS
DR. LARDNER'S CABINET CYCLOPÆDIA,
In 133 Volumes, foolscap 8vo. ;-together with
THE COPYRIGHT OF
SIR JAMES MACKINTOSH'S
HISTORY of the REVOLUTION in ENGLAND in 1688;
And the COPYRIGHTS, or SHARES in the Copyrights, of the
HERSCHEL'S OUTLINES of ASTRONOMY,
DR. SCHMITZ'S ABRIDGMENT of
The CABINET CYCLOPEDIA embraces a body of Original Works on
comprising Contributions from the most Eminent Writers of the age in the various departments.
Independently of the Three separate Works above enumerated, the Series consists of 1615 double foolscap Sheets of Stereotype Plates, with numerous Steel Plates and Engravings on Wood.
PARTICULARS and CONDITIONS of SALE may be had of
Mr. HODGSON, 192, Fleet Street.
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General Record of British and Foreign Literature ;
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WORKS PUBLISHED FROM MARCH 29TH TO THE
CONTAINING A COMPLETE ALPHABETICAL LIST OF
ALL NEW WORKS PUBLISHED IN GREAT BRITAIN,
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INDEX TO THE CONTENTS OF THE "CIRCULAR.”
ACHILLI (DR.) and the Malta Protestant College. 8vo.
(Vide Adv. 273.)
The ANNUAL CATALOGUE, including Pamphlets, Single Sermons, &c. is now ready, price 2s. 6d.
ANIMAL MAGNETISM.-Dr. Gregory's Letters to a Candid Inquirer, with description and analysis of the Phenomena, will be published on Thursday. (Vide Adv. 305.)
The Editor of the "Art Journal" proposes to publish an Illustrated Catalogue of the Great Exhibition to the extent of more than 200 pages, including about 300 woodcuts of the best and most suggestive of the works contributed from all parts. To the subscribers this will form a portion of four double numbers of the Journal, which will be afterwards published in a separate form at an advanced price. (Vide Adv. 144.)
PUBLISHED FROM THE 29th of MarcH TO THE 14TH OF APRIL.
WORKS IN THE PRESS, NEW EDITIONS, ETC..... 137-141
The Correspondence of Horace Walpole, Earl of Orford, and the Rev. William Mason, edited by the Rev. J. Mitford, will be ready in a few days.
The SOCIETY OF ARTS, and the Special Prize List for the Session 1850-51.-The Council have, in consequence of numerous representations, enlarged the time for the delivery of the Treatises until the 30th of November next.
Canon Wordsworth's "Memoirs of William Wordsworth" will be published this day.
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APEL (H.)-German Grammar, on Dr. Becker's System;
AYRE (J.) - Christian Philanthropist's Pilgrimage,
BANCROFT (G.)-History of the United States.
BEARD (Rev. J. R.)-The People's Biographical Dictionary: a Picture Gallery of great Men of all Ages and Country. By the Rev. John R. Beard, D.D. Vol. 3, 12mo. pp. 176, cloth, 1s. 4d.............. [1794 BERLYN (P.)-A Popular Narrative of the Origin, History, Progress, and Prospects of the Great Exhibition. By Peter Berlyn. 18mo. reduced to 1s. 6d. boards [1795 BELGRAVIA: a Poem. 8vo. pp. 90, sewed, 2s. 6d.. [1796 BICKERSTETH (E.) A Collection of Prayers for the Present Times, chiefly intended for the use of the Clergy. By the Rev. Edward Bickersteth, M.A. 18mo. pp. 90, sewed, 1s... [1797 BIDEN (J.)-True Church. 12mo. reduced to 2s. 6d. cloth .[1798 BOLTON (A.)-The Lighted Valley; or, Closing Scenes of the Life of Abby Bolton. By one of her Sisters. Edited by her Grandfather, the Rev. G. Jay. New edit. 12mo. pp. 210, cloth, 3s. 6d.. .. [1799 BOOTHROYD (B.)-Gospel of St. Matthew: with Notes, Civil and Explanatory; and Reflections on each Chapter from the Family Bible of the Rev. B. Boothroyd. Royal 8vo. pp. 170, cloth, 5s.. [1800 BRANDON (R. and J. A.)-Parish Churches. New edit. 2 vols. imperial 8vo. cloth, 42s... [1801 BROCKLESBY (J.)-Views of the Microscopic World;
designed for General Reading, and as a Handbook for Classes in Natural Science. Small 4to. (New York), pp. 142, with numerous engravings on wood and stone, cloth, 6s. ... [1802 BROWN (A. W.)-A Manual of Romanism, Ancient and Modern, in England, Poland, &c. By the Rev. Abner W. Brown. Being the Report of a Speech at Northampton, Nov. 1850. With an Appendix of extensive and varied Information. 8vo. (Northampton), pp. 182, cloth, 3s. 6d. .[1803 (Vide Adv. 306.) CAMBRIDGE (The) University Calendar, for 1851. 12mo. cloth, 6s. 6d.. .. [1804 (Vide Adv. 308.) CAMPBELL (C.)-Three Trials of Loide, Sunshine, and Shadows; the Phantasmal Reproof, and other short Poems. By Calder Campbell. Post 8vo. pp. 230, cloth, 78. 6d.. ..[1805 CAPE of Good Hope: Government and Legislature considered. 8vo. sewed, 2s. 6d.. [1806 CARSON (ALEX.) Life of. By G. C. Moore. 12mo. pp. 164, cloth, 2s. 6d. [1807 CARVER (Á. J.)-The Divine Attributes of Mercy, as deduced from the Old Testament: an Essay which obtained the Burney Prize, for the Year 1849. By Alfred J. Carver. 8vo. pp. 92, sewed, 4s.. [1808 CASE (A) in Bankruptcy. Designed and Etched by Watts Phillips. Square, 6d. .[1809 CATLOW (A.)-Drops of Water; their Marvellous and Beautiful Inhabitants displayed by the Microscope. By Agnes Catlow. Square 12mo. pp. 206, coloured plates, 78. 6d. .[1810 CHALMERS (C.)-Thoughts on Electricity; with Notes and Experiments. By Charles Chalmers. 3d edition, (Edinb.) 8vo. pp. 60, cloth, 2s. 6d. .. [1811 (Vide Adv. 322.) CHINESE (The) Miscellany; designed to illustrate the Government, Philosophy, Religion, Arts, Manufactures, Trade, Manners, Customs, History, and Statistics of China. No. 4, General Description of Shanghae and its Environs. 8vo. pp. 168, sewed, 58...... ..[1812 (Vide Adv. 314.) CHOICE GATHERINGS for Christian Children: with an Introduction. By the Rev. Charles Clayton. New edit. 18mo. pp. 180, sewed, 1s. 6d. [1813 CLARKE (W.)-Wine and Spirit Merchant's Cellar Directory or, Innkeeper's and Publican's Practical Guide. By William Clarke. New edition, 12mo. pp. 132, cloth, .[1814 COLLECTS (The) Paraphrased and Turned into Verse. For the Use of Young People. 12mo. pp. 70, sewed, 18. 6d. ; cloth, gilt, 2s. 6d. .[1815 COUES (S. E.)-Outlines of a System of Mechanical Philosophy: being a Research into the Laws of Force. By Samuel Elliott Coues. Post 8vo. (Boston, U.S.), pp. 316, cloth, 7s. 6d. . [1816 (Vide Adv. 318.) CRAMP (J. M.)-A Text-Book of Popery; comprising a Brief History of the Council of Trent, and a complete View of Roman Catholic Theology. By J. M. Cramp, D.D. 3d edition, 8vo. pp. 570, 8vo. cl. lettered, 128.[1817 an and (J. G.)-Cases of Midwifery. By the late John
emarks, by Edward Copeman. 8vo. pp. 240, cloth, ..[1818 COLESTAL PALACE: a Little Book for Little Boys, for TBA F2me pp. 76, boards, 1s.. [1819 vide Adv. 136.)
Alphabetical List of New Works-continued.
DA COSTA (Dr. J.)-Four Witnesses: being a Harmony of the Gospels on a New Principle. By Dr. Isaac Dá Costa. Translated by David Dundas Scott. 8vo. pp. 500, cloth, 12s... .[1820 DAVEY (G.)-The Established Church the Ancient Catholic Church of England: a Refutation of certain Assertions in "A Letter to his late Parishioners, by H. W. Wilberforce, late Vicar of East Farleigh." By George Davey, B.A. 12mo. (Maidstone), pp. 32, sd. 6d.... [1821 DAWES (R.)-Suggestive Hints towards Improved Secular Instruction, making it bear upon Practical Life. By the Rev. Richard Dawes. 5th edit. 12mo. pp. 208, cloth, ...[1822 DICKS (T.)-Christian Beneficence. By Thomas Dicks. 12mo. cloth, reduced to 3s..... ....... [1823 DOOR (A) of Hope; or, the Wanderer invited into the Way of Eternal Life, in the Words of Scripture. Square, pp. 70, cloth, 6d.. ..[1824 With Notes, by
DRYDEN (JOHN.)-Poetical Works. the Revds. Joseph and John Warton. Royal 8vo. pp. 506, cloth, 14s.. ...[1825 EARS of CORN from Various Sheaves: being Thoughts for the Closet. Edited by Sarah Lettis. Post 8vo. pp. 160, cloth, 2s. 6d. ....[1826
ELLEN MORDAUNT; or, the Effects of True Religion: a Tale. 12mo. pp. 312, cloth, 5s..... (Vide Adv. 136.)
EOLAM (J. S.)—Advice to Builders, Buyers, and Renters of Houses. By J. S. Eolam. 12mo. pp. 70, cl. 2s. 6d. [1828 EVANGELICAL PROTESTANTISM.-Report of a Meeting convened by the Evangelical Alliance, but open to all Christians holding the Doctrines of the Protestant Reformation. 8vo. sewed, 6d. .[1829 EVANS (S.)—Geology made Easy: a large Diagram of Geology; illustrated by a Section of the Artesian Well in the Model Prison at Pentonville. By Smith Evans, F.G.S., &c. Plain, 1s.; coloured, 2s. ... [1830 FAIRBAIRN (P.)-Ezekiel and the Book of his Prophecy: an Exposition. By P. Fairbairn. 8vo. (Edinburgh), cloth, 10s. 6d.. . [1831
(Vide Adv. 267.)
FINCHAM (J.)-A History of Naval Architecture: to which is prefixed, an Introductory Dissertation on the Application of Mathematical Science to the Art of Naval Construction. By John Fincham, Esq. (Dedicated, by permission, to His Royal Higness Prince Albert, and published with the sanction of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty). Royal 8vo. with 58 plates, pp. 480, cloth, 25s.... [18324 FOXE'S Book of Martyrs, abridged from Milner. By Theodore Alois Buckley. 12mo. pp. 500, cl. 2s. 6d. [18333) FRANKLIN (Sir John) and the Arctic Regions. By P. L. Simmonds. 12mo. cloth 2s. 6d. .[1834 FREEMAN (J. J.)-The Kaffir War: a Letter addressed to the Right Hon. Earl Grey; containing Remarks on the Causes of the Present War, and the Payment of its Expences, the Means of Prevention, &c. By J. J. Freeman. 8vo. pp. 28, sewed, 1s...... [1835 GILLY (W. O. S.)-Shipwrecks of the Royal Navy. Compiled principally from Official Documents in the Admiralty, by W. O. S. Gilly. With a Preface by W. S. Gilly, D.D., Canon of Durham. 2d edit. revised, post 8vo. pp. 370, cloth, 78. 6d.. .[1836 GLASGOW Infant School Magazine. New edit. 18mo. pp. 312, cloth, 3s.. [1837 GLENNY (G.)-Golden Rules for Gardeners, Professional and Amateur. By George Glenny. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 88, sewed, 6d... [1838 GORDON (A.)-Impressions of Paris; containing an Ac count of Socialism, Popery, and Protestantism in the French Capital; together with Brief Sketches of Historical Scenes. By the Rev. Alexander Gordon, A.My Author of "The Pastor's Gift.". Fcp. 8vo. pp. 215, 3s. 6d.. (1839 GRAY (Peter), Smith (H. A.), and Orchard (W.)-Assurance and Annuity Tables, according to the Carlisle Rate of Mortality, 3 per cent. Royal 8vo. pp. 150, cl. 10s. 6d.[1840 GRESLEY (REV. W.) Letter to the Dean of Bristol on what he considers the "Fundamental Error" of Tractarianism. 2d edition, 3d.... ..[1841 GUNDRY (M.)-Extracts from the Letters and Memo randa of Maria Gundry; with a short Notice of a be loved Elder Sister. Fcp. 8vo. pp. 64, cloth, 18...... [1842 HARDWICK (C.)—A History of the Articles of Religion: to which is added a Series of Documents from A.D. 1536 to A.D. 1615; together with Illustrations from Contem porary Sources. By Charles Hardwick, M.A. Fellow of St. Catherine's Hall, Cambridge, & Whitehall Preacher ...1848 (Vide Adv. 309.) HARRISON (J. B.)-Popular Medical Errors. By James Bower Harrison. 12mo. pp. 156, cloth, 3s. 6d..... [184)
8vo. 10s. 6d....