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Under the especial Patronage of
the Prince and Princess of Wales.
T. STEVENS, Inventor, Patentee, and Sole Manufacturer of the Coventry Illuminated
Silk Book Markers, Wholesale Fancy Stationer, &c., Begs to inform his numerous patrons that he has just completed, for the coming season, a great variety of New Illuminated Scent Satchets, Cards with Christmas, New Year's, Birthday, and other Mottoes. T. S. would call especial attention to his New Illuminated Valentines; they will be found Chaste in Character, Elegant in Design, and Brilliant in Colours, and unsurpassed in Quality or Price by any house in the kingdom. OBSERVE!—These Goods, in future, can only be obtained direct from the Manufacturer,
T. STEVENS, 132, Much Park Street, Coventry.
LEIGHTON, SON & HODGE beg to intimate to Publishers, Printers, and the Public generally, that they execute, in the best style and on the most moderate terms, every description of WHOLESALE BOOKBINDING, either in Cloth or Leather (also Account-Book Binding), with promptitude and punctuality. Their Stock of Engraved Brass Dies is most extensive and varied, and designed in the best taste; and their powerful Machinery and Steam power give them great advantages in the rapid execution of large Orders. Applications for Estimates will meet with prompt attention.
LONDON: 13, SHOE LANE, E.C.
10, CRANE COURT, FLEET STREET, LONDON, E.C.
E. MARLBOROUGH & CO., ADVERTISING AND COMMISSION AGENTS.
Advertisements inserted on Moderate Terms in any
Publication in Great Britain and Ireland, Commissions undertaken for the Collection of Advertisements, or the
Publication of Periodicals.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OP
MORRIS & CO.,
BOOKBINDERS' TOOL, WOOD ENGRAVINGS LETTER, BLOCK, FOR SALE.
NEWSPAPER HEADING CUTTERS, Messrs. Cassell, Petter, & Galpin are prepared to dispose of Electrotypes of PRESSES, BRASS RULE, spacards of 30,000 Engravings, on mis
PRINTING AND BINDING MATERIALS. cellaneous subjects. Impressions may be seen, and prices and other particulars Manufacturers of Improved Cast Brass Types. knoren, on application at their works, La
MARBLE AND COLOURED PAPERS, HEAD Belle Saurage Yard, Ludgate Hill, BANDS, VARNISH, THREAD, &c. London, E.C.
28, LUDGATE HILL, LONDON, E.C. LONDON STEAM PRINTING OFFICE, GUILDFORD.
(ESTABLISHED AT WOKING, 1838.)
pared to execute all kinds of Book and Periodical Printing at a CONSIDERABLE REDUCTION ON LONDON PRICES.
Guildford is only one hour's ride from London on the South-Western Railway. The office is directly opposite the Railway Station.
Manuscripts carefully cast off, and Estimates furnished for Composing, Stereotyping, and Printing. CARRIAGE OF PAPER PAID TO AND FROM LONDON. CUSTOMERS in LONDON WAITED UPON at a FEW HOURS' NOTICE.
LINCOLN'S-INN STEAM PRINTING WORKS.
TO PUBLISHERS, &c. MESSRS. WYMAN & SONS invite attention to
the facilities offered by their Establishment for the execution of EVERY DESCRIPTION OF PRINTING in the best manner, with promptitude, and on moderate terms.
WYMAN & SONS, ORIENTAL, CLASSICAL, AND FINE-ART PRINTERS,
74, 75, GREAT QUEEN STREET, LONDON, W.C.
Book and Magazine Illustrations, Newspaper Headings, Portraits, Views of Public Buildings, Autographs, Labels, &c., &c. As low a scale of prices as is consistent with the production of artistic and superior work will be charged, and in all cases punctuality may be relied on.
Orders from the provinces will meet with prompt attention, and Estimates will be sent by return of post free of charge.
Men Oid. Established Booktelling, Stationery
MESS Bilstermelted by the Liquidator of the
any per mille was selected by ceren en MRvery eligible Business, about six miles
THE DARTFORD CREEK PAPER MILLS, R. HOLMES instructed
and Printing Busincss, established (and in same . FULLER
family) nearly half a century. It is now for disposal through the recent death of the Proprietor, and
may be purchased upon favourable terms. £1000 Dartford Creek Paper Making Company (Limited) to £1500 required. Returns, £3000, and open to to SELL by AUCTION, at the blart, Token- considerable extension. The Trade is well-known base-yard, E.C., on Thursday, Feb. 21, at 1 for 2 to the leading Wholesale Houses, and merits the preisely, in one lot, the very extensive PAPER
consideration of any gentleman desirous of pur. MILLS, situate at Dartford, Kent, on the banks chasing a sound and substantial business.-- Apply ci Dartford Creek, and about half a mile from the to Mr. HOLMES, Valuer, &c., 48, Paternoster-row. Dartford Station of the North Kent Railway. The buildings were erected in 1862, by Messrs.
R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell Lucas Brothers, and the valuable fixed plant, of the most approved modern description, for treat
a well-established Business, doing a ready. ing esparto, straw or rags, has since been con- money trade in Stationery, Fancy Stationery, structed by Messrs. Easton, Amos and Sons, and
Photographs, &c. It is situated in a charming Messrs. Bryan, Donkin and Co, Dlessrs. Hall and
district not far from London. Returns £5000 aSon, and Messrs. James Bertram and Son, of
year.-For particulars apply to Mr. HOLMES, Elistargh, capable of producing 35 tons printing
Valuer, &c., 48, Paternoster Row. or writing per week. of this pro.
CR. HOLMES is instructed to Sell practical men, and may the Dost desirable in the trade. It is at some distance from London. In same hands nearly twenty below the southern outfall of the metropolitan years. Rent only £52. About £700 required.
systems of drainage, and consequently free from The profits are nearly £300 a-year, and the Trade, ! any question of pollution of the river, now be- in good hands, could be doubled, as the present
coming a serious and harassing question to mill- Proprietor is engaged in another business, and Owners on the higher part of the Thames and its does not give much of his attention to the one numerous tributaries. It is also below the bound- offered for sale.- Apply to Mr. HOLMES, Valuer, ary within which the coal dues levied by the city &c., 48, Paternoster-row. of London are payable; and the supply of pure washing water
, which is inexhaustible, is obtained R. HOLMES is instructed by a by two wells , each 250 feet in depth, from the
Gentleman in the City to find him spriegs as supply the celebrated mills of Mr. Joynson, at 8:. Mary's Cray; so that, if wished,
Partner. An income of £100 a year (sate) may be the finest paper may be manufactured. The build
expected for about £1000 to £1200, which sum will ings have been very judiciously planned for eco
purchase the half of the entire Stock, Plant, Good. Domical working, and comprise two brick-built
will, &c. Business in same hands nearly twenty Ter eving warehouses, with crane, rag picking and
years. Books kept by a Professional Accountant,
and the returns have not varied more than £100 sorting room, ezparto preparing room, boilinghouse, 104 feet by 35 feet, fitted with six revolving
for some years.-Apply to Mr. Holmes, Valuer, rag boilers ; bleaching-house, 78 feet by 66 feet,
&c., 48, Paternoster Row. Tag engine-house, with. 28 cast-iron rag and beating engine, size room draining-house, store ware
the Business of a Bookseller and Stationer, fitted with an 80-inch papermaking machine and
established over thirty years, and situated in a sets of glazing rolls driven by an 8-horse power
flourishing Watering place. About £500 required. beam engine, a second machine-house, with an
Rent low. Long lease. --Apply to Mr. HOLMES, 80-inch papermaking machine, rolls and cutting
Valuer, &c., 48, Paternoster Row. machines driven by an 8-horse power horizontal steam-engine; a salle and finishing room, laboratory, steam boiler-house with four Cornish boilers,
BOOKSELLER'S and PUBLISHING each 6 feet 6 inches diameter, 28 feet long, and
BUSINESS for SALE. Central London. four elephant boilers, lofty chimney shaft, gas
Returns, £1,000. Valuable premises (can let off retort-house with five retorts and gasholder, a
£300 per annum). Rent £160. Profits more than steam engine-house with two pairs of double
ordinary.--Mr. FRANCIS, Auctioneer and Business cinder beam engines, each of 45-horse power
Agent, 126, Newgate Street. Folio, 7023. woninal, and water-tank forming roof, capable of
ARTNER WANTED.-A Publisher, house with 30-horse power double cylinder steam second steam engine
with a long-established name, and a large engine by Hallof Dartford, and boiler, offices,
connection amongst town and country Booksellers, millwright's and smith's shops, sheds, spacious is desirous of admitting a PARTNER into his
Business. Any suitable party with about £3,000 Forkmen's cottages, occupying altogether a site of about five acres; the mill-buildings covering
capital would find this a safe and profitable invest
ment. The Business is capable of great extension. about three acres, 'the remainder being partly
-For particulars, address to J. G., care of Mr. leaving a large plot still available for enlarging Oceapied by the dwelling-houses and cottages, White, 33, Fleet Street. the works or erecting cottages for the work-people. OHN GRAY, Trade Valuer, is in
There is a good wharf to the Creek, having a I can lay alongside. The land is held on lease for frontage of 341 feet, and vessels of 170 tons birden
structed to Sell a sound little business
Books and Stationery, to which Printing might an unexpired term of about 75 years, at a rent of
be added-situate in a Market Town about 20 3 23. 6d. per annum. The mills may be seen at
miles from London. About £300 required. Rent any time by orders, which may be obtained of the
moderate. Address, Mr. GRAY, Valuer to the detailed inventories of the plant and machinery, Auctioneers. Printed particulars, with plans and
Trade, Croydon, S. West and King, solicitors, No. 3, Charlotte Row, will shortly be ready, and may be had of Messrs.
TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, Mansion House, E.C.; of F. Maynard, Esq., liqui
and Fancy Goods Manufacturers.-A Gendator, 19, Bread Street, Cheapside, E.C.; on the
tleman, well acquainted with the Trade, is open premises; and of Messrs. Fuller and Horsey,
to represent a good house in the Western States 13, Billiter Street, London, E.C.
of America.-Apply Mr. J. Andrews, General
Post Office, Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
M... HOLMES is instructed to Sell
bolding 12.000 gallons,
M. BURTON, Trade Agent and MRvaluero and Accountant to the Trade
TRADE VALUER OF LONG EXPERIENCE.
GEO. NEWMAN, , Valuer.-Transfers effected, and Valuations for Probate, Partnership, Assignments, &c. Thirty respectfully offers his services in all matters of years in the Book, Stationery, Printing, and Transfer, Valuations for Partnerships or Probate, Publishing Business. — Address, 35, Cantelow Assignments to Creditors, or Sales by Auction, Road, Camden Town, N.W.
either in town or country, and foels assured his experience and practical knowledge of its various branches enable him to render very valuable
advice and assistance to either vendors or pur. MORTON, Printer, Bookseller,
chasers, or in any transaction of a private and
confidential nature connected with the trade. No Stationer, General News Agent, &c., &c., Boston, Lincolnshire. Terms on application.
expense whatever is incurred until actual business is transacted. — Offices, 26, Great Winchester
Street, Broad Street, E.C. WILLIAM WEBB, (late of the Firm
TRAVELLER.- Wanted an Energetic for the Trade in General, Bloomfield Cottage,
respectable Young Man to call upon BookOtley, Yorkshire.-Terms may be had on appli
sellers throughout the kingdom. One who has cation.
had experience will be preferred. Security re
quired. Address, W. NICHOLSON & Sons, PubПО
lishers, Halifax. Printing Business, in full work, together with the Plant, comprising Steam Engines and
TANTED, by a well-educated young Machinery, Hydraulic Presses, Printing Presses,
Lady, a re-engagement in a Bookseller's Type, and every_requisite for carrying on an
and Stationer's Shop. Can give good references. extensive Trade. Purchase-money between £5,000 Address, W. A., 10, Warwick Square, Paternoster and £6,000. The present proprietor would either
Row, London. retain an interest in and connection with the business, or retire from it altogether, as might be
10 BOOKSELLERS and STATIONarranged. The purchase-money might be paid ers.--An Assistant, thoroughly acquainted off gradually.-Letters only to M. N., Messrs. with the Trade, seeks a Re-engagement (out HUGHES & KIMBER, West Harding-street.
doors), is a good Book-keeper and Accountant.
Good references.-L. L., 5, Sussex Ter., Brighton. NOR DISPOSAL,—The Business of a
, valuer in all its branches, and
commission Agent T
town, established and carried on for 18 years in
experience, desires an Engagement in the the same place, in a prominent and commanding Bookselling, Stationery, and Fancy Business, or position. Connection first class, chiefly mercantile. as Librarian.--Address A.B.C,
care of Mr. GuTCE, The proprietor proposes to carry on the Printing Bookseller, Southampton. and Working Department only. To a young man who understands the business this will be a very EA-SIDE EDUCATION.-A Tutor advantageous offer. Open, also, to a suitable gentleman as partner, to manage the department,
of many years' experience, residing near the
South Coast, has vacancies for a few Select Pupils, with £100 to $500. Address, X. Y. Z., Stationer, who may require more than ordinary care and BOOKSELLER Office, Warwick Sq., London, E.C.
attention with regard to their health and educaBOOKSELLERS and STATION.
tion. House detached, high and most pleasantly To ers. A Young Man is open to an Engage.
situated, with southern slope towards the sea.
Apply, for Terms, &c., to Messrs. DARTON & CO., ment as
an ASSISTANT. Has a practical Educational Publishers, 42, Paternoster Row, knowledge of Bookbinding and Printing. Seven. London, E.C. teen years' reference. Address J. W., 45, Gibbon's Street, Plymouth,
TO PUBLISHERS' ASSISTANTS.YOUNG LADY desires a Re-en
perience in the Wholesale Trade, and can undergagement as Assistant in the Bookselling, take the charge of the Publishing and Advertising Stationery, and Fancy Business.-Address, B. B., Departments in a large London house, correspond Herbert Villa, Charlton, near Cheltenham.
with Authors, Editors, and generally superintend
the issue of new books and new editions. Address, BOOKSELLER'S ASSISTANT A
by letter only, PUBLISHER, care of Mr. HODGSON, wanted for the Country Department. One 115, Chancery Lane, W.C. who thoroughly understands this branch of the business, and who can furnish good testimonials Paternoster cekernAppleby lotter, to F. 7., 12, A GENTLEMAN, of active habits, 28
in RowLondon, E.C.
London, or in the Country.
Has a thorough
knowledge of the Stationery, and is fairly up in W4
ANTED, by a Young Man, a re- the Publishing and Retail Trades.
engagement in a first class house. West Accountant, and well versed in the French and South-West experience. Good reference. language. References as to ability and character
. Address, S. J., Post Office, High Street, Ken- -Address, M. J., care of Mr. Tucker, Book: sington.
TO THE TRADE. W
ANTED, by a Young Man, a SituaBookselling, and . tion as Junior Assistant in a Printing, Copper Plate Printers, and Engravers on
& CO. Good referencesAddress, Post-, Hereford.
Copper, Steel, Stone, and Wood; Seal Engrat; ings, Die Sinking, &c. Endorsing, Stamp, and
Stencil Plate Cuttere; Numerical Printers and J 'Thomas Bosworth desires to meet with
a UNIOR ASSISTANT
Perforators. Manufacturers of Embossing Presses, respectable youth to assist in the shop.-215,
Self Inking Endorsing Machines, and Improved
Inking Cushions for Endorsing Stamps. Regent Street.
London : 28, Ludgate Hill, E.C.
Is a good