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MAY 1, 1869,
WARREN & BLAKESLEE'S
List of New Books published this Spring. American Sunday-School Union.
ISSUED BY THB
1. William the Silent, and the Netherland War. By
WART BARRETT. Large 16mo. With a Portrait, Maps and THE OILED FEATHER BOOKS. Second Series. Plans. 480 pp. $1 50.
CONTAINING "A well written compendium of the stirring events of the Netherland war."-N. H. Palladium.
"The Man who Ran Away from Himself;" “The Use 2. Stories from the Moorland. By Miss L. BATEs. 16mo.
of a Child;" “ Tho Man who Kept Himself in Re. Illustrated by Billings. $1 10.
;" "This Day Month ; " " Paddle Your
Own Canoe ; "He's Overhead.” Tales of the Scotch Covenanters.
Beautifully bound in six vols. cloth, and illustrated with Fine Both the above are interesting and valuable historical works.
Engravings. In a neat paper box, price $1 80 per set. 3. The Nero Commandment. By JENNIER SHAW. Large
Cheap Edition, paper covers, 60 cents per set. 16mo. Illustrated by Billings. Full gilt back and side. 375 PP. $1 50.
A VOICE FROM OLIVET; or, The Warning Sign. A charming story of Southern domestic life as it was "before the war."
By Rev. RICHARD Newton, D.D. 12mo. Paper, 10 cents.
LADY LUCY'S SECRET ; or, The Gold Thimble. 4. The Boat Builder's Family. By Rev. J. A. MUDGE. This is the first volume of a new and original series, to be 16mo. Nlustrated. 81.
called The Children of Stantonn Corbet; or, Tales of English A story of the sea, for Boys.
Children, from the reign of Queen Mary to that of Queen
Anne. 18tno. Cloth, 60 cents. 5. A Summer in the Country. By Mrs. M. E. BRADLBY. DOCTOR KENDAL'S CHILDREN. A very attractive
Ismo. Illustrated by Billings. 70 cents.
and entertaining book. 18mo. Cloth, $1. Girls.
THE FRENCH PROTESTANT; or, Louis Michand.
18mo. Cloth, 50 cents. 6. Darkness to Light. Reprint from London Tract Society. OLIVE'S WORLD. 18mo. Cloth, 60 cents.
18mo. 60 cents. A temperance story.
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS; or, The Grateful Irish Boy.
18mo. Cloth, 40 cents. 5. Bil Riggs, Jr. By Olive A. W ADSWORTH. 18mo. 85 cts. A touching story of low life in a large city. A book which NEW UNION (EXPLANATORY) QUESTION BOOK. everybody will read.
Vol. I. Containing A Harmony of the Four Gospels. Price
15 cents. 8. Little Floy. By Mrs. F. B. SMITA. Square 12mo. Illus Sample copies sent by mail on receipt of the price.
trated, 50 eeats. A child story. Orders from the Trade solicited.
ADDRESS Parents, pastors, Sunday-school superintendents and teach
THE AMERICAN SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. ers, and others interested in proenring the very best books for
1122 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. the young are invited to examine oar publications.
New York, 599 Broadway.
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No. 207 N. Sixth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
TO WHICH IS ADDED
Ready May 1st:
A NEW WORK ON FREEMASONRY. SABBATH-SCHOOL LIBRARIES.
THE J. P. SKELLY & CO., Publishers,
Symbolism of Freemasonry: 21 South Seventh Street, Philadelphia, Illustrating and Explaining its Science and PhilosoHAVE JUST ISSUED:
phy, its Legends, Myths, and Symbols. BREAKERS AHEAD; or, Larry Dalton. By HARRIET B. McKeeter, author of " Edith's Ministry,' "Nothing but Leaves," &c. &c. ...
completo SYNOPTICAL INDEX, making a valuable JACK BRYSON. By Mrs. E. E. BOYD, author of
MASONIO DICTIONARY. "Mary Morne," &c. Illustrated. 18mo.
By ALBERT G. MACKEY, M. D., CHOLULA; or, The Young Mexican. Illustrated. Author of "A Lexicon of Freemasonry," Text-book of " Masonic
Jurisprudence," "Cryptic Masonry," &c. &c. BERTIE AND HIS FRIENDS; or, Pilgrim Life
This work is the result of a life devoted to the study of this on the Battery. 18mo......
and kindred subjects, and must add greatly to the reputation
of the author, who already stands at the head of all writers BARBY'S SHUTTLE AND WHAT IT WROUGHT. on the subject of Freemasonry. By Mrs. MARY D. R. BOYD. Illustrated. 18mo....... 75
One volume 12mo., 360 pp., handsomely bound in cloth. STEPPING STONES OVER THE BROOK. By
Price $2 25.
NO SECTS IN HEAVEN
AND OTHER POEMS.
By MRS. E. H. J. CLEAVELAND.
One volume 24mo., handsomely printed on tinted paper,
each page with a red border. Bound in extra RUPERT LAWRENCE; or, A Boy in Earnest. By
cloth, gilt edges. Price $1 25. HARRIET B. McKEEVER. ALLERTON HOMES.
By the Author of the “Silver. smitb of Jerusalem."
CLARK & MAYNARD,
5 Barclay St., New York.
MAY L 1869.
To be Issued May Ist, Number One of
Steiger's Literarischer Monatsbericht.
A MONTHLY RECORD OF GERMAN LITERATURE, containing a Classified Price List of recent German Publications and Importations, Announcements of forthcoming and projected Publications, Literary Criticisms, Notes and Queries, Notices of Auction Sales, News Items of interest to the literary world, and Discussions on matters appertaining to Literature in general, and to German Books and Periodicals in particular.
This Monatsbericht is designed to be a CONTINUOUS MONTHLY REGISTER of the movements in the German Literary and Publishing World, and in German Journalism. It will be replete with information interesting and useful to the Trade as well as to Authors and Students, Librarians, Book Collectors, and the Book-buying Public in general.
The regular Price Lists of tho New Publications issued in Germany will be given in U. S. Currency.
Steiger's Monatsbericht will be forwarded gratis for One Year to all who may send their names and addresses to the Publisher.
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CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN'S
Canvassing Dealors liberally Dealt with by
SPURGEON'S NEW DEVOTIONAL
CAPTAIN WALTHAM, EVENING BY EVENING:
Readings at Eventide.
Sacraments of the Church.
A STORY OF SOUTHERN INDIA,
A COMPANION VOLUME TO
DAILY BIBLE READINGS.
BY THB SAME AUTHOR.
12mo. Cloth Bindings. $1 75 each. tion, and Subjects.
No Religious Family can afford to be without these
Books as guides in Daily Family Devotions.
These Books are somewhat after the plan of the well
known " MORNING AND EVENING EXERCISES" by Jay; 174 pages, 16mo., cloth, bevelled boards. 75 cents.
but in originality and vigor of thought, very much the
superior. Jet Full Catalogues furnished gratuitously on There is an earnestness about all that Mr. Spurgeon application. Any of our books mailed, postage pre- says which goes to the very heart of his reader's religious
experience. paid, on receipt of list price.
Perhaps no man living is better fitted to prepare books
of this naturo, which are calculated to warm the hearts Address,
and make the family devotions of interest and profit. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of the price.
SHELDON & COMPANY, No. 1334 Chestnut St., Philada.
499 and 500 Broadway, New York.
Presbyterian Publication Committee,
MAY 1, 1869.
TO PUBLISHERS OF ILLUSTRATED PUBLICATIONS.
506 Broadway, New York.
BOOSEY & CO.'S CHEAP MUSIC BOOKS
ARE HAVING AND COMMAND AN ENORMOUS SALE.
Boosey's Musical Cabinet. A complete Library of Modern and Standard Vocal, Pianoforte, and
Dance Music, in Books. Prico 50 cents each. Boosey's Sacred Musical Cabinet. A Library of Music for Voice, Pianoforte, Harmonium,
Melodeon or Cabinet Organ, and Organ, in Books. · Price 50 cents each. Boosey's Oratorios, Masses, &c. Each complete in Full Vocal Score, with Accompaniment
for Pianoforte or Organ. Price 50 cents each. Boosey's Music Tutors and Studies, &c. By the most eminent teachers. 50 cents each.
"We would strongly recommend Messrs. Boosey & Co.'s works to the notice of booksellers, and draw their attention to the fact that in Bogland a larger business is done in them by the book trade than by the regular music-dealers. As will be seen by their advertisernent, Messrs. B. & Co. offer liberal terms to the trade, and there can be no doubt it would be to the interest of busksellers to introduce the publications to their connections."- The American Publisher and Bookkeller, Sept. 1868.
Liberal Discounts. Agents Wanted. Catalogues, etc., Supplied.
BOOSEY & CO., 644 Broadway, N. Y.
ISSUED BY THE
Presbyterian Board of Lublication,
821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
TWENTY JUVENILE PICTURE BOOKS,
A Tale of the Irish Famine. 1tno. With Twelve Illastrations. Berelled Cloth. Price $1 25.
The Senior S. S. Class ; with a chapter on the
best means of retaining our larger scholars. Prize
Essay of London S. S. Union. 115 pp. Price 20 cts. The Instruments ; What to Teach, or The Intellectual part of a Teacher's
weekly preparation for his Sabbath duties. By W. H. GROSSER. 63
pp. Price 10 cts. My Bible Class: containing ten specimen les
sons, with an Essay on Bible-class Teaching. By
a Teacher. 18mo., muslin. Price 50 cents. Rays from the Sun ; or, Lectures on the Bible
for Children and their Teachers. By S. G. GREEN.
18mo., muslin. Price 50 ets. Bible Portraits. Short Addresses to Children,
with Suggestions to Ministers and Teachers on the Children's Church. By S. G. Green. 18mo., mus, lin. Price 50 cts.
Four Illustrations. Price $1.
Crumbs from the Bread of Life. Twelve
Lectures illustrating for children the leading points of Evangelical Doctrine. By S. G. Green. 18mo., muslin. Price 50 cents.
COUSIN AMY, 60 cents. TELL THE TRUTH, 60 cents.
BOOKS IN BOXES. Stories for the Little Ones. Ten Books in Box... $300 The Lord's Prayer Series. Six Books in Box...... 2 00 The Uncle Alick Series. Six Books in Box........ 300 Grandma's Pocket Series. Seven Books in Box.. 2 25
Pictorial Teaching and Bible Illustra
tion. By F. J. HARTLEY. 66 pp. Price 10 cts. Any of the above sent per mail free of postage on receipt of retail price, or 20 per cent. deducted if sent by express.
PERKINPINE & HIGGINS, Sunday-School and Theological Bookstore,
56 NORTH FOURTH STREET,
MAY 1, 1869.
THE TYPE, AND PAPER, AND BINDING, ARE
THE VARIETY OF NEW STYLES IS
AND THE PRICES WILL BE FOUND, BY COMPARISON,
CATALOGUES ON APPLICATION TO THE SOLE
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TWELFTH EDITION, REVISED AND GREATLY ENLARGED.
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Publisher's Preface. It has been the aim of the publisher of the present edition of the Law Dictionary to vary in Dothing from the general plan of Judge Bouvier, and to make only such modifications and additions in his work as the changing conditions of the law seemed to require. The period since the death of the able author has been so fruitful, however, both in legislative enactments and judicial decisions, that pumerous alterations and additions have been rendered necessary, resulting in an aggregate increase of matter to the extent of more than fifty per cent. This new matter has been prepared by gentlemen of recognized eminence at the bar or on the bench, and peculiarly well acquainted with tbspecial topics upon which they have treated. The general editorial supervision has been perform in a very thorough and efficient manner by Daniel A. Gleason, Esq. The more useful part of Ki ham's Dictionary, which in former editions was printed as a supplement, has now been incorporated in the body of the work. Careful attention has been given to the citation of authorities, and they hare been brought down to the date of the preparation of the respective articles. By making use of a more condensed form of arrangement and of a somewhat smaller-sized type than were employed in the old editions, the contents have been increased to the extent above named without a correspond ing enlargement of the bulk of the volumes.
The publisher cannot hope that in so extensive a labor there have been no mistakes, either of omission or commission. He can only claim that he has spared neither time, labor, nor expense in the endeavor to make the book thoroughly accurate and complete; and he submits the present edition of Bouvier's Law Dictionary to the profession and the general public, trusting that the work may be found even more valuable in the future than it has been in the past.
GEORGE W. CHILDS. PHILADELPHIA, 1869. Over 100 contributors have furnished articles to this edition of Bouvier's Law Dictionary