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Ashford, Henry, and Thomas Bristo Ashford, Newgate Henry Andrew, late Carey Street, publisher.

Street, photographic publishers. :

Benrose, Henry Howe, William Bemrose, jun., and 7.1. J. 8., jun., printer; first of 6s. 4d., Edwarls. Richal Lothian, Paternoster Row, publishers, as STIL, John, Fleet Street, publisher; inal dividead, at reyards Lothian. un, Benban and Tindoul, Beex Sireet.

Burton, Jolin, Alfred Henry Burton, Oliver Burton, and bie, G., printer and stationer; first of 6s. 6d., Jonn William Burton, Leicester, Derhy, Nottingham, HAT, Exeter.

Burton-on-Trent, and Melton Mowbray, booksellers, ***exts, Compositions, Trust Deeds, de.:

stationers, printers, binders, and photographer, as Airbu, lacclesfield, stationer ; trustee, William

rends A. H. Burton ; debts pailly remaining pariners. Tatton, brushinaker, Sutton, near Macclesfield.

Lloyil, Richard and James, Griechurch Street, print1.1, William Henry, Campbell Street, Newcastle, book

Fellers, publishers, and dealers in pictures and drawings; L-?; tristee, Thomas C. Jack, publisher, Edinburgh.

debts paid by J. Lloyd. . Richard William, Sorthampton, inusicseller; comp.

Lyall, James Watson, and James Hogg, Stirling, news. a by two equal instalments, on 7th December

paper proprietors, under style of “Stirling Journal and udith sarch, guaranteed.

Advertiser," and in Perth' and Crieff, under style of 7. Micheal Joseph, George Street, Plymouth, photo

“Perthshire Journal and Constitutional;" 31st Der. ber; comp. of 28. 61. by two equal instalments

McKay, Andrew Williain, and Lewis Pocock, Pall Mall, Ist Octoher and 1st November.

East, printsellers, &c.; debts paid by Mekry. w Eriward Joseph, Duke Street, Liverpool, printer,

Wilkinson, John, and John Gilbert Ira er, Lupin Street, 14p. of 2. in one month from registration.

Birmingham, paper and twine dealers; debts paid by

Wilkinson. 2.itt Charles Edward, Scarborough, book eller and AD100ST ; trustees, Robert Johnson, book seller, South

Wilkinson, William, William Hall Burnett, and George ; Edmund Wrigley, wholesale stationer, Man

Hood, Middlesborough, booksellers, publishers, stash; and Thomas Harrison, gastitter, Scarborough.

tioners, printers, &c.; debts paid by Wilkinson. 2c, Batnuel, Hardy Street, Liverpool, printseller, &c.; Petition to wind-up under Companies' and Societies' Acts :PT. of 105. by two equal instalments on ist November

The Strand Printing and Publishing Company (Limited); *7 156 April, secured. urt, William Edward, Bradford, printer; comp. of

solicitors, Miller and Smith, Watling Street. by instalments, half on registration and residue, in

Resolution to winul-up voluntarily :* months.

The Cheltenham Newspaper Company (Limited) ; liqui941, Bailey, King's Road, Chelsea, bookseller and dators, George Personage and William Byrne, account

narr; comp. of 10s. by six equal quarterly instal. ant, Cheltenham.

TRADE AND LITERARY GOSSIP. A WORD TO THE TRADE --A few pages further ought to have retained to slip through their fingers. en will be found our Seasonal list of amounce- Publishers have done their part of the work in Ernts of forthcoming books. Every publisher preparing saleable books, and offering them to n town and country contributes each bis por- the trade at prices which afford a reasonable Eon, and altogether the list is a goodly one, margin of profit. They have also spent considerlny of the books are such as booksellers able sums of money in advertising and making koerally may dispose of, or such as a few them known; but, having done all this, they

ago they would have kept in stock. have too frequently had to complain that they low publishers, as a body, constantly say, “We have met with no response from the trade ; their, on the part of the trade, a very generally books have been sold only to such customers spread dislike to give us an order for stock as they had themselves interested by means of boks." That such is the case need excite no advertisements, and who would have purchased wonder, when we remember how little the chief those books even though there had been nointer7.ublishers have done to promote the interests of mediate booksellers at all. Here and there, there the retail trade, and to discourage the pernicious are some exceptions, booksellers, who do know i'ractice of underselling; but things must be met their business who watch the advent of new as they are, and not as we could wish them to be, books, and who, as soon as they are ready, bring the question may therefore be asked, --are book. them before the notice of customers. Such men wers thoronghly alive to their own interests, and are genuine booksellers, and generally are successtortbey masters of their own position ? We think ful in their busiuess. We do not find them sitting that they are not: they have shown too much down and crying out that bookselling is all going apathy, and have allowed business which they to the dogs, and that they wish they had never

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