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MULTE TERRICOLIS LINGUÆ, CŒLESTIBUS UNA.
OF THE RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY.
SUPERIOR BOOKS FOR PRESENTS.
BAGSTER'S POLYCLOT BIBLES.
As the season for making Presents advances, those who prefer Bibles and Standard Biblical Works for presentation, are invited to procure the DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE of SAMUEL BAGSTER and Sons, furnished without charge, and sent by post free. It contains a detailed account of choice Bibles in different languages, single and in combination, of English reference Bibles of every size and style of binding, of Concordances, Scripture Indexes, Books of Common Prayer in many languages, Lexicons, Grammars, Analytical helps, and other works bearing upon the Sacred Scriptures. The Bindings are, without exception, not only elegant and highly finished, but thoroughly durable, being constructed on the FLEXIBLE PRINCIPLE peculiar to Bagster's Bibles. The ornamental mountings, also, are of the best quality and workmanship only, and are of almost endless variety.
LONDON: SAMUEL BAGSTER AND SONS, 15, PATERNOSTER Row.
THE CITY of ROME; its Edifices and
TARGARET BROWNING; or, Trust in God. 18mo. with Engravings, 1s. 6d. cloth boards; 2s. extra cloth boards, gilt edges.
THE LIVES of the POPES. Part II. 6d.
THE fancy cover; 10d. cloth, gilt edges. (To be
completed in Four Parts.)
THE SCRIPTURE POCKET-BOOK for 1852. Containing an Almanack; also a Passage of Scripture for every Day, with an Arrangement by which the Bible may be read in the course of the year; and a variety of Useful Information usually
found in Pocket-Books. Illustrated with an Engraving of Torquay, in Baxter's Oil Colours, 1s. 4d. near cover; 2s. roan tuck.
THELMANACK. Royal 32mo. in a small book,
Πολλαι μεν θνητοις Γλωτται, μια δ' Αθανατοισιν.
Edinburgh: Adam and Charles Black. London :
At WASHBOURNE'S, NEW BRIDGE STREET.
Martin's Illustrated Milton's
Imp. 8vo. half-bound morocco, £1. 11s. 6d. ; or in
ANOTHER COPY, large paper, imp. 4to. Proofs, half-bound morocco, £2. 8s. ANOTHER COPY, with the largest Plates, published at £21., £3. 13s. 6d.
Sir Walter Scott's Works and Life.
THE THE CHRISTIAN ALMANACK for 1852. Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Containing much Astronomical and other Information of popular Interest. With an engraved Frontispiece of Exeter Hall. 6d. sewed in a neat cover; 8d. superior cover, gilt edges; 1s. 4d. halfbound and interleaved.
3 vols. small Svo. with richly illuminated Titles, 15s. cloth; 18s. half-morocco.
FOR WINTER PASTIME. THE SECOND THOUSAND.
Oracles from the British Poets.
with cover, 1d.
HE POCKET-BOOK ALMANACK. Interleaved with ruled Paper, gilt edges, 2d. Adapted for Pocket-books.
HE SHEET ALMANACK for 1852. 1d. THE Depositories: 56, Paternoster Row, & 164, Piccadilly. By JAMES SMITH. 2d Edition, small 8vo. 3s. 6d. (1037)
MR. DOYLE'S CHRISTMAS BOOK.
HE STORY of JACK and the GIANTS. With Forty Illustrations by RICHARD DOYLE, engraved by G. and E. Dalziel. Small 4to. 2s. 6d. ornamented wrapper; 3s. 6d. cloth; coloured, gilt edges, 6s. (Vide SUPPLEMENT, p. 430.) Addey and Co. (late Cundall and Addey), 21, Old Bond Street. (1040)
USEFUL TO ALL RETAIL BOOKSELLERS.
NEW PUBLICATION BOARD, for exhibiting the Current Number of The Publishers' Circular, price 1s.-Also,
PAMPHLET PORTFOLIOS, for PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, &c.-
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 as published.
Sampson Low, 169, Fleet Street.
NOTICE CAPT. ANTHONY WALSHE's
CATECHISM and HAND
** This work will be found equally indispensable and valuable to young men preparing for the Army as to those who have just entered it.
W. Thacker and Co. 87, Newgate Street. (1041)
WOODCUTS.-To be Sold cheap!-Several
Hundred New Woodcuts, amongst which are
tory, and others.
T NOTICE to the TRADE.-In consequence of the great extent to which the Alphabetical List of the Prizeholders of the Great Exhibition runs, the EXHIBITORS' ALMANACK will not be published till the 10th of December, on which day it will be ready!
for delivery, and all orders promptly executed.
Simpkin, Marshall, and Hall Court.
PRINTERS, &c.-R. S. MEGGY, Engraver and
Printer to the Trade, begs to announce that his New Book (containing a variety of Specimens of Engraving for Commercial and general purposes) is now ready, and may be had gratis on application at 38, Great Tower Street, London. Country orders for every description of Engraving, Copperplate and Lithographic Printing, promptly attended to.
о BOOKSELLERS and STATIONERS. -A Bookselling and Stationery BUSINESS, situate in one of the most fashionable Watering Places the centre of England, to be disposed of in conse quence of the death of the late proprietor. The Stock (which is to be taken at a valuation,) consists of Books, Stationery, &c., calculated for such a place, and all of recent purchase. The above offers many advantages to any gentleman wishing to commence business. The connexion is already good, with great facilities for improvement. The Premises are extensive and well adapted for business, and situated in the most fashionable part of the town. The Stock is valued at about £800. During the season the rooms have been let at good prices to visitors, and the furniture may also be taken at a valuation.Apply to Mr. J. Brook, Stamp Office, Huddersfield.
STATIONERS' and PRINTERS' AS-in TO 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.
TO PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c.-TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, and
To be disposed of, in one of the largest manufacturing 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 Machines, 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 apply to Mr. Smith, Messrs. Stephenson, Blake, and Co.'s Letter Foundry, Sheffield; or to Williams, Cooper, and Co., 85, West Smithfield, London.
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 £1600; 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.
O be SOLD, immediately, a PRINTING,
BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, and
STATIONERS. To be disposed of, and posNESS, the only one in a Market LoveRY BUSI session had on Jan. 1st, 1852, a snug BUSINESS | in less than £200, and the yearly income consideas above, doing a respectable trade at full prices, in a rably more than that sum.-Apply to B. B., 169, small country town, and no opposition. £50 per Fleet Street, London. annum commission made by agencies. About £400
to £450 for Goodwill and Stock, which will be by valuation as agreed. Satisfactory reasons for selling given, and every introduction to customers by present occupier. Apply to T. P., at Publishers' Circular Office, 169, Fleet Street.
STATIONERS, and BOOKBINDERS. To be disposed of, an old-established BUSINESS in the above lines, having also a Fire Insurance Agency, and 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.
BOOKSELLERS.-The Advertiser, who
BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, STATIONERS, &c.-The Advertiser, (a person of gentlemanly address, and intimately acquainted with the business in all its branches,) is desirous of taking the superintendence of a Concern in the Country; the management of a Branch business; or to travel either regularly or occasionally.-Address, post paid, C. D., care of Mr. Page, 28, Moorgate Street, London. TO BOOKSELLERS and PUBLISHERS.
-A Young 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 surety if desired.—Apply to Editor of the Publishers' Circular, or to A. B., Post Office, Oxford.
TO STATIONERS and PRINTERS.—To parties, with moderate capital, or a young working be disposed of, worthy the attention of 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.
care of Mr. Sampson Low. Publisher's Circular Office, Fleet Street, London. TO BOOKBINDERS and STATIONERS. -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.
T BOOKSELLERS.-To be disposed of, a BOOKSELLING BUSINESS, successfully 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, 169, Fleet Street.
WANTED, a YOUNG MAN as Shopman
a 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. 10 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 MAN, who has some knowledge of the Bookbinding, and Stationery Business, a respectable YOUNG and who has been used to a Retail Shop, as above, a Turnover, or one who would deem his board and
Mr. Street, Bookseller, King William Street, Charing 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.
HE BOOKSELLER'S PERIODICAL
TBOOK; for facilitating the keeping of Periodi
H. G. COLLINS begs to state that he still
continues to as usual
cal Accounts, and diminishing the Labour consequent CRAIG'S UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY,
London George Bell, 186, Fleet Street. Rich- FAMILY ATLAS.
DODDWSPAPERS, &c. &c., for general cir
and CO.'S LIST of
culation, 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.
LETTERPRESS PRINTING INK.
BARRETT and CO. having had continued proofs of the success of their Letterpress Printing Ink, have every confidence in further recommending it to the notice of the Trade.
The 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.
22, Paternoster Row, Dec. 1, 1851.
De la Beche's Theoretical Observer. Dibdin's Edition of Quarles.
Dissertation on the Poor Laws, by a Well-wisher to Man-
Hemans' Poetical Works, 7 vols. fcp. Vol. 6.
Speech on Colonial Policy.
in Parts or Vols. Ditto. ...Ditto.
ARGRAUE BROTHERS, Wholesale and Export Envelope Makers and Manufacturing Stationers, Dye Sinkers, &c., 77, Newgate Street, London.
** Pattern books and prices, &c. sent free upon application.
10 BOOKSELLERS, PRINTERS, STATIONERS, BOOKBINDERS, &c. D. CUSSONS,
Printer, Stationer, Bookseller, and Bookbinder, Dealer in Musical Instruments, Paper Hangings, and Patent Medicines,
BOOKS WANTED TO PURCHASE.
Letters to be addressed to Mr. SAMPSON LOW, Office of the Publishers' Circular, stating lowest price, carriage free Adams' Index Villaris.
Jamieson's Winter Studies and Summer Rambles, 3 vols.
Asiatic Researches, 4to. Vols. 1-5.
Bailey's Astronomical Tables and Formulæ.
Banker's Magazine. Sept. 1844.
VALUER AND APPRAISER, Market Place, Horncastle, respectfully informs the Trade, that having had considerable experience as a Valuer, in Lincolnshire and other Counties, and possessing a practical knowledge of every branch of the trade, he begs to offer his services as Appraiser to those who are about to enter upon or relinquish a Business. To persons disposing of their Business, or wishing to purchase, every assistance will be rendered, free of charge. References are permitted to gentlemen by whom he has been engaged; also to the following London Houses :-Messrs. Whittaker and Co., Ave-Maria Lane; Messrs. Williams, Cooper, and Co., West Smithfield; Messrs. Hunt, Fordrinier. and Co., King William Street; Messrs. Hodgkinson and Burnside, Upper Thames Street; Messrs. Castle and Lamb, Newgate Street; Messrs. Jeffrey, Allen, and Horne, Whitechapel; Messrs. Broadwood and Sons, Great Pulteney Street; Messrs. Barclay and Sons, Farringdon Street; also to Mr. Newcomb, Mercury Office, Stamford; and Messrs J. and C. Mozley, Derby.
To be disposed of, THREE old-established BUSINESSES. Capital required from £600 to £1500.
Bateman's Turnpike Acts.
Laud's Devotions, by Faber.
Buchanan on Taxation and the Commercial Policy of Law's (W.) Way to Divine Knowledge.
Great Britain, 1841.
urke's Heraldic Illustrations, 3 vols. royal 8vo.
'wer's Last of the Barons, 3 vols.
e's History of the Poor Laws, 1764.
Hless's Hymns of the Primitive Church.
ld's Measuring Companion.
Works, 8 vols. 12mo. Vol. 5.
Meteorology, 2 vols.
Keightley's History of England, 2 v. 1837. V. 2 (2 copies). Key to Tutor's Assistant. (Vyse.)
Lightfoot's Works, by Pitman, 13 vols. 8vo. Vol. 2.
Pictorial Shakspeare, original issue. Parts 1 to 30.
Rogers's Italy, 8vo. sewed.
Simons's Three Lectures on the Cost of Obtaining Money Southey's Cowper. Vol. 8 to
Spelman's History and Fall of Sacrilege.
Stephen's Central America, 2 vols. 8vo.
Sterne's Works, 12mo. (Dodsley.) Vol. 11, being Vol. 5 d Sermons.
Printed at 57, Skinner Street, Snowhill, in the City of London, by ELIEZER CHATER WILSON, of 6, Palmer Terrace, in the Parish of St. Mary, islington; and published by SAMPSON Low, of 14, Great James Street, in the Parish St. Andrew, Holborn, at the Office, 169, Fleet Street, in the Parish of St. Dunstan in the West.-Thursday, Dec. 4, 181