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his family. Experience I have gained, though somewhat May 15, at 9, North Crescent, Bedford Square, early; and I trust that this letter will not aged 80, Mr. Thomas Hookham, of Cadsdew pre too long for insertion in your columns. Cottage, Risborough, formerly of New Bond Portail somewhat suddenly the career of a gang Street, librarian and bookseller.

swindlers, and save many of your readers a May 18, at his residence, 6, Belsize Park oss resembling that of

Road, Hampstead, aged 74, Clarkson Stanfield, Yours, &c.,

R.A. This eminent artist began life as a sailor, ERNEST G. CHARPENTIER. and thus made acquaintance with the sea and Manda Hill, May 22.

other nautical matters, which he subsequently

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paintings, “The Day after the Wreck,” “The To the Editor of the BOOKSELLER.

Abandoned," " Wind against Tide," "The VicSE-Some few publishing firms having of tory towed into Gibraltar after the Battle of late resorted to the dodge of sending the first Trafalgar," and other subjects so well known two or three parts of serial publications for and so much admired at the annual picture exreview, and then discontinuing them as soon as hibitions of the Royal Academy, of which he noties aprear, it may not be out of place to state, became an Associate in 1832, and an R. A. in that a movement is on foot amongst editors which 1835. His name will be remembered in literature is likely effectually to prevent the gentlemen in from his connection with Douglas Jerrold in his question from reaping the advantages they seek, production of the nautical play of “Black Eyed quite so cheaply.

Susan," for which he painted the scenery when Yours, &c., FAIRPLAY. it first appeared at the Surrey Theatre.

May 22, aged 79, Mr. E. H. Bailey, the 1 OBITUARY.

eminent sculptor and academician. April 20, aged 69, the Rev. William Keating May 23, at Glasgow, aged 74, Sir Archibald Clay, B.D., nicar of Waterbeach, Cambridge,

Alison, Bart. He was the son of a clergyman, shire. The deceased had laboured long and

author of a work on “Taste.” Educated at Edin. hard in a somewhat unpopular_field-gleaning, burgh University, he was, in 1814, admitted a 12., that connected with the English Prayer member of the Scottish bar. During the followBook. In these studies, unlike most liturgical ing eight years he travelled on the Continent, students, he retained strong Protestant convic- and witnessed many of the events of that stirring tions, and for this reason, perhaps, he met with time. In 1822, he was made Deputy Advocate but little sympathy from his fellow-labourers. for Scotland, which office he held till 1830, when His best known works are the Prayer Book he was appointed Sheriff of Lanarkshire. In Ikastrated, published in 1841, by J. W. Parker, 1845, he was elected Lord Rector of Marischal and the volumes of Liturgies and Private Pray- College, Aberdeen ; and, in 1851, Lord Rector ens, edited for the Parker Society.

of the University of Glasgow. In the following May 9th, at his residence Hornsey Road, Mr. year he received a baronetcy from the governRobert Forbes, for 53 years with Messrs. ment of Lord Derby, and in 1853, the University Powerth & Son, printers, Bell Yard. The de- of Oxford conferred upon him the degree of ceased was one of the early promoters of the

D.C.L. He was an industrious but prolix writer; flourishing Finsbury Savings Bank.

he produced numerous essays and treatises, and Naylo, at Bury, Lancashire, aged 66, Mr. was a constant political contributor to BlackJohn Vickermann, bookseller and printer. The

wood's Magazine." His most important work, deceased, a native of Halifax, was at the age of

upon which, indeed, his fame as an author will fourteen apprenticed to the late Mr. Tasker, of mainly rest, was his voluminous and well-known Skipton ; but owing to his master's failure, he “ History of Europe,” which he commenced in completed his term with Mr. Crompton,

of Bury, 1833, and completed to the last French Revoluwith whom he afterwards worked as journeyman, tion and the accession of Louis Napoleon to the till

, in 1835, he commenced business on his own throne, in 1852. It passed through several edi. account. The deceased was much respected by tions, and has been translated into various foreign al who knew him. The business will be con

languages, and may be considered, on the whole, tenal by his second son, Charles.

as an able, but by no means impartial perMay 11, at 219, Regent Street, Mr. Hippolité formance.

May 25, at Peckham Rye, aged 79, Robert May 14, aged 33, William McConnell, artist Archibald Armstrong, M.A., LL.D., author of

on wood. The deceased had a Gaelic dictionary: lust begun to make name and fame when he was May 26, at 77, Gloucester Place, aged 65, Sir attacked by consumption, which prevented him Thomas Phillips, Q:C., Chairman of the Society kas nearly two years past from working at his Arts Adviession. His sketches, which abound in bumour, appeared principally in “London So. rough Street, aged 69, Mr. George Richard Chiety," the Leisure Hour,” and the “Welcome Metzler, music publisher.

test," in which latter periodical he illustrated dr. Sala's "Twice Round the Clock,” by a

Recently, at the early age of 39, Mr. Borrodaile,

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