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R, CANTON, VALENTINE MANUFACTURER, e And Publisher of Christmas and New Year's Cards, Note
Paper, Envelopes, Scented Satchets, &c. R. O. begs to request the Country Trado, before giving their Orders for the above description of Goods, to ask Travellers (when soliciting Orders) for CANTON'S PATTERN CASES, in which they will find the largest, the newest, and the best
assortment ever offered. Illustrated descriptive list forwarded on receipt of Two Stamps. LONDON—172, ALDERSGATE ST., & DOWGATE HILL, E.C.
BY ROYAL COMMAND.
Sold by all Dealers throughout the World.
IO BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS.
Jo and Engraver on Wood, 3, Windsor Street,
-Look to your Labels, and see that each
E. MARLBOROUGH & CO., WHOLESALE AND EXPORT BOOKSELLERS.
The Foreign and Colonial Trade supplied with Books, Periodicals,
Newspapers, and Miscellaneous Goods, by quickest roules.
4, AVE DI ARIA LANE, E.C.
The Stock and Copyrights of the Valuable and Important Scientific Wor les published by the late Mr. K. Baillière, of 219, Regent Street.
Modern Books in quires and boards ; Stereo. Plates
and Copyrigh's. of Darton Hodge's Juvenile Books ; The Stereos. and Stock of the late Sir R. Phillips's Publications, fc, dc.
MESSRS. HODGSON will Sell by MESSRS. HODGSON will Sell by
Auction, at their Rooms, 115, Chancery Lane, W.C., on Tuesday, November 12, at One o'clock (by order of the Executors), the STOCK and COPYRIGHTS of the PUBLICATIONS of the late Mr. H. BAILLIERE, of 219, Regent Street; including the Library of Illustrated Standard Scientific Works and numerous Medical, Botanical, and other Works, by eminent English and Foreign Scientific Men. To be viewed, and Catalogues had.
Important Remainders of Illustrated Works, Christ
mas Gift-Books, Books of Prints, &c., the Stock
Auction, at their Rooms, 115, Chancery Lane, W.C., on Tuesday, November 19, and three following days, at One o'clock (by order of the Liquidators), the STOCK of FINE-ART PUBLICATIONS of "DAY AND SON (LIMITED);" including the REMAINDERS of many important ILLUSTRATED and ILLU. MINATED WORKS. Catalogues will shortly be rea ly.
, at their Rooms, Chancery Laur, W.0., on Wednesday, November 13, and following day, at One o'clock, a QUANTITY of MODERN BOOKS, in cloth and quires, including some Remainders from a West End Publisher, and a Consignment from Scotland, comprising 324 M'Douall Stuart's Australia 540 Sir Stafford Northcote's Financial Policy 240 Staunton's Great Schools of England--110 Dr. Chalıners's Life, 4 vols.--200 Brown's Theological Tracts, 3 vols.—100 Hayes's Ballads of Ireland—480 Burns's Centenary.-95 Memoir of Wellington-100 Scotland Illustrated—50 The Kirk and Manse--70 Landscape Illustrations of the Bible, 2 vols.--100 Bancroft's United States, 2 vols. -50 Marquis of Worcester's Century of Inventions-Upwards of 5,000 Volumes of Popular Modern Novels, in quire and cloth. Also, by order of the Trustee of Mr. . Hodge, the Stereotype Plates of the Champion Handbooks, 8 vols., Martin's Holiday Tales, Parley's Wonders of Earth, Sea, and Sky, Holiday Keepsake, Forget-Me-Not, Tales of Filial Love, Mayhew's Boyhood of Luther, Johnstone's Bible Stories and Pictures and Scripture Picture Story-Book, Gems from Great Authors, &c. ; and the Remaining Stock of Stereos, Coppers, and Woodcuts of Books published by the late Sir R. Phillips, of Ludgate Hill.
Important Sale of the Entire Stock of Highly Valuable and Important Works of Art, being the Print
and Chromo-Lithographic Publications of Messrs. DAY & SON (Limited), Ii hographers, &c., to the Queen, by Order of the Liquidators.
Works connected with the Fine Arts, 143, Strand, eight doors west of Somerset House (late of 22, Fleet-street), will SELL by AUCTION, Early in November, the ENTIRE STOCK of HIGHLY VALUABLE AND IMPORTANT WORKS OF ART;
T; Being the Print and Chromo-Lithographic Publications of
Messrs. DAY AND SON (Limited.) Amongst them may he mentioned - The STOCK of THOMAS'S PICTURE of the MARRIAGE OF THE PRINCE OF WALES; and the Lithographic Stones. A Magnificent and National Work.
The STOCK of CARL HAAG'S PICTURE of the LATE PRINCE CONSORT RETURNING FROM DEER-STALKING; a Splendid Chromo-Lithograph, approved as a Work of Art and a Good Likeness, hy Her llajesty the Queen. The following note from the Lithographer, by command of Her Majesty, confirms the above statement:-" Her Majesty finds the figure very good, but the face wantod a little alteration : IL.R.H. Princess Louise has made the necessary alteration, as you will find, and kter Majesty desires me to return now the picture to you for its completion." And from Mir. Carl Haag :-" The result you liave obtained is to me a very satisfactory one, and far surpusses my expectations.”
Included in the Sale will be a vast assemblago of Proofs and Prints of the Publications of the house of Messrs. Day and Son, and many others; and nearly a Complete Set of every Chromo-Lithograph that has ever been published in Lonlon; most of them touched by the Artists, and several Hundreds of them elegantly framed, and used as specimens to obtain Orders in the Retail Department.
Amongst the Photographs will be found the STOCK of the Work ontitled, “BEDFORD'S PHOTOGRAPHIC PICTURES IN THE EAST." Folio. A Work of singular interest and necessary truthfulness; and a large stock of Photographs of less interest.
Also a nearly complete Set of all the Works ever published by Messrs. Day and Son, many of them now very scarce.
Catalogues of which are now being prepareil.
MR. GEO. NEWMAN,
THE BOOKSELLER, OCT. 31, 1867. R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell the
Business of a Dealer in Second-hand 59. It is situated in the principal thoroughfare
(ESTABLISHED 1854,) county town. The Stock, &c., to be pur
Printer's, Stationer's, and Bookseller's Auctioneer, med at a valuation.-Apply to Mr. HOLMES,
Valuer, and Accountant, uer, &c., 48, Paternoster Row.
26, Great Winchester Street, Old Broad Street,
Transfers, Valuations for Partnerships or Probate, the Business of a Bookseller and Stationer, Assignments to Creditors, or Sales by Auction aitted in the principal street of a first-class Uni: under Assignments, Bankruptcy or otherwise, if -sity Town. About £500 required. The returns town or country. References given. ve been £1,500 a year. Rent moderate.-Apply Mr. HOLMES, 48, Paternoster Row.
R. GEO. instructed
M Pro dispose of an old-exteħlished bookselling.
Stationery, and Printing Business, doing a very large trade amongst Merchants, Shippers, and others. About £600 required.
an old-established Bookselling. Stationery, nd Printing Business. Returns about £3,000 a year. arge premises, double-fronted shop. garden, &c. llat a valuation; about £1,000 to £1,200 required. - Apply to Mr. HOLMES, Valuer, &c., 48, Pateroster Row.
first-class Bookselling, Stationery, and Printing Business, established 50 years, and situated in the centre of a large and fashionable watering place. All at a valuation ; £1,500 to £3,000. Rent £160. Can let off, furnished, £300 to $100 a year. In good hands the returns might be increased to £3,000 a year.–Apply to Mr. HOLMES, 48, Paternoster Row.
to dispose of a Country Litho and Letterpress Printing Business, suitable for two persons. The profits are guaranteed at £2,000 per annum. The Machinery and Plant is of the best description. Cash required, £8,000. A large share of it can remain for a term.
R. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed
to dispose of a Bookselling and Stationery Business, situated in the West of London. Trade £12 a week. Price, including Stock, Fixtures, Fittings, Premium, &c., about £550.
R. GEO, NEWMAN is instructed
to dispose of a City Printing Business. Returns, £600. Price £300.
R. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed
Stationer's Business, situate in Cheshire. Returns large. Price, including Plant, Stock, Fixtures, and Premium, £550.
first-class Business an easy distance from London. Rent cleared by letting. Returns £3000 a year. No Printing. In same family half a century. About £1,700 required; £1,000 in cash, and the balance by instalments. The above is an opportunity rarely to be met with.-Apply to Mr. HOLMES, 48, Paternoster Row.
R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell
the Business of a Bookseller and Stationer, established many years, and situated in the vicinity of Belgravia. Rent £54; can let off £30. Re. turns nearly £1,200 a year. Capital profits. About £500 required.--Apply to Mr. Holmes, 48, Paternoster Row.
R. HOLMES is instructed to Sell
the Business of a Bookseller and Stationer in the suburbs. £150 required.--Apply to Mr. HOLMES, 48, Paternoster Row.
to dispose of a Suburban Stationery and Fancy Business, with a 194 years' lease. Rent only £40. Price £160. Returns good.
to dispose of a Bookselling and Stationery Business in the West of England. Returns, £800. Established fifty years. Price about £335
laneous Stock of Stationery, Books, Bibles, Church Services, Albums, Children's Books, &c., to be Sold a Bargain. To be seen at 48, Paternoster Row.- Apply to Mr. HOLMES.
to find a young man as Junior Partner in an old-established Engraving, Copperplate, Litho, and Letterpress Printing and Stationery Business, with about £300 cash. Income of £150 per annum.
R. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed
to dispose of a genuine Lithographic and Copperplate Printing Business in a fashionable watering place. Price about $200. Excellent returns. The Stationery Trade can be added.
R. GEO. NEWMAN is instructed
to find a Partner with £500 to join an Envelope Manufacturer and Wholesale Stationer.
Bookseller and Stationer's Business,
&c.-To be disposed of, an old-established
Sale.-An unusual opportunity presents
posal a Monthly Serial, having a large sale, to be parted with in consequence of dissolution of partnership. Price £50.
respectfully informs parties about Dispos, ing of their Businesses to forward particulars of the same, to be entered upon his Register, free of charge. Purc' asers can have Businesses for warded upon application.-Auction and Valuing Offices, 26, Great Winchester Street, E.C.
W books on sale
, where there is a good
M. BURTON, Valuer and General
experience in the Trade, and for many the “Run and Read” Library.
years the representative of the “Caslon Letter 5, South Villas, Camden Square, London, N.W. Foundry,” &c., begs to offer his services in the
above capacity to Gentlemen either disposing of, EMAINDERS.- Old Stock in large or entering upon, a Business. or small quantities Bought for Cash.
Address, 50, Moor Street, Birmingham. Booksellers, Publishers, and others, having any remainder stock on hand may dispose of same,
EORGE J. LOCKYER, Valuer to either the whole number or part, by addressing a
the Trade, is instructed to negotiate a letter to Mr. SPOKES, Surrey Book Dart, 24 and Partnership in a well-established and flourishing 25, London Road, Southwark.
Printing Business, with a Newspaper and Rail
way Guide of extensive circulation attached, in a AN
Northern Cathedral City. Capital required,
about £1,500 for a 3-5th share. Address, Mr. opening.--Address, Mr. LAWRENCE, 3, Granville LOCKYER, Trade Agent and Valuer, 50, Moor Terrace, Lewisham.
TO WOOD ENGRAVERS:- Wanted Assistant, or Clerk, Traveller, or Collector.
a Partner or a Loan at 10 per Cent., for the The Advertiser, aged 33, will be open to an commencement of a Business of increasing demand Engagement shortly; is leaving his present and little competition, in which engraving forms a appointment-that of first hand in a West End prominent part. The Advertiser has had long Publishing House for satisfactory reasons. experience, and has an influential connection. Qnalified to take the management. First-class A small amount only would be required for tho references.-Address, M., 6, Smith Square, West- purchase of materials (which retain their value minster.
for many years), besides the ordinary outlay for wages and rent.-R. C., Post Office, Ludgate Hill,
London, E.C. sale and Export Stationers, Caxton Buildings, Liverpool, have vacancies for respectable
Librarian, and Newsagent's Business for Binding Departments. Also several experienced
Sale, situate in one of the best parts of London. Females in the Sewing and Folding Departments. Established 60 years. Returns, £4000, at good
profits. A capital of £3,000 will suffice for carry. ANTED, immediately, a competent ing on the business and for the purchase of good.
Assistant, accustomed to the Foreign will, stock, &c.-Address, Z. Z., care of Mr. Eaton, Book Trade.--Address, No. 1365, Office of the 1, Ivy Cottages, New Road, Hammersmith. BOOKSELLER.
AND T. GILBERT are in want of OCCANoguer composed for the trade by S.
SAMUEL Baynes, successively and for several years engaged as the Cataloguer in two of the most extensivo establishments for Second-hand Books, both terminated.-Address, 28, Gloucester Street, Queen Square, W.C.
TotoBoo Wanted, by a Young Person, a
a respectable Young Man as Book Collector,
&c.--A Re-engagement wanted by a Young
Assistant.--A Gentleman of many years' experience as Manager of a Retaii Bookselling and will shortly be prepared to take an Engagement in either of the above capacitios. References un. exceptionable. Address, H. W., 30, Great Oxford Street, Liverpool.
Re-engagement in the above Business. Has had six years' experience. Address, A. B. C., Roberts' Library, Arabella Row, Pimlico.
TO BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS,
aged 24, a Re-engagement; has had seven years' experience both wholesale and retail Country preferred. --Address, W. S. S., 2, St. Peter's Terraco, Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk.
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.
THE NEW EDITION OF THE WORKS OF W. M. THACKERAY.
MESSRS. SMITH, ELDER, & Co., beg to
inform the Trade, that Prospectuses and Show Cards of the New Edition of Mr. Thackeray's Works may be had on application.
MESSRS. PUTTICK & SIMPSON
Take advantage of the commencement of another Season to announce that they will holi
Sales, at frequent intervals, of
of every description, at their spacious and well adapted premises (to which they have lately
made additions), including one of the LARGEST AUCTION ROOMS IN LONDON.
Lists of Goods will receive prompt attention; and, as Catalogues are carefully distributed in Londoa nd throughout the Country, amongst Messrs. Puttick and Simpson's numerous connection, a medium of sale offering unusual advantages is presentod.
Messrs. Puttick and Simpson will also resume their Sales of
HOUSE PROPERTY AND ESTATES,
and the business of General Auctioneers and Valuers, as formerly, and for many years carried on by them in Piccadilly.
The special attention which Messrs. P. & S. have hitherto paid to Sales of
Books, Music, and Froperty connected with the Fine Arts, will be continued, and no exertions will be spared to maintain these branches of their business in undiminished efficiency. 47, LEICESTER SQUARE, W.C.]
(Established (in Piccadilly), 1794.
BOOKS FOR SALE.
E. G. CHARPENTIER, MAIDA HILL, W.
1865, January to December, 5s.; 1866,
Resting Places of Heroes in the Crimea and Scutari
Illustrated. Royal 4to. 123. 6d.
Imperial 8vo. 159. 60.
T. FRANCIS, BUILTII, S.W.
as new. £1 8s.
16s. Roy. Agric. Soc. Journal of Agriculture. Vol. 3 to 5
and part 1 of 1865. Wanting 3 parts. The lot,
Also 19 odd parts, from vol. 3 w 21. The lot 17s, 6). Baxter's Christian Directory. 6 vols. 8vo. Boards. is ad
GAIMA, Post OFFICE, ALTRIXCHAM. Valpy's Delphin Classics. 141 vols. Boards £35. Valpy's Stephens's Greek Thesaurus. Folio.
10 role Half-bound calf. £8. L'Encyclopedie. 36 vols. 8vo, and 3 quarto. French
boards. Lausanne. 1781. £10.
HAL DRURY, CANTERBURY.
Club, Small 4to. Morocco. £1 18.
Birket Foster. Imperial 8vo. Cloth. 68. 6d.