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SEPT. 1, 1866.
63 BLEECKER STREET, NEW YORK City, Sept. 1, 1866.
nnouncement to the Trade.
We respectfully inform the Trade that we have opened a branch establishment in New YORK CITY with especial reference to the sale of
Illustrated and Holiday Works,
BOOKS IN FINE BINDINGS,
Of our own publication.
We have hitherto been unable to do justice to this department of our business, and have found ourselves each year in the constant receipt of orders for our standard books in extra binding which we could not execute. We have this year made arrangements with Mr. WILLIAM MATTHEWS and other binders, by which we shall be enabled supply the market for all our popular and standard works in extra bindings at much more liberal rates of discount ihan heretofore offered. We have now ready a Catalogue of Books in Fine Bindings, with prices annexed, which will be forwarded to any address upon application.
An especial object of this establishment being to supply the demand, and afford additional facilities for the sale of our publications in extra bindings, and those particularly suited for the holidays, this speciality will be strictly adhered to. Orders for cloth books and periodicals will be executed from Boston as at present.
The Trade are respectfully invited to call at No. 63 Bleecker Street, six doors from Broadway, and examine our stock and prices. We hope during the present autumn, by the exhibition of a variety of styles, to suit the tastes of all purchasers.
TICKNOR & FIELDS.
We shall publish during the present Autumn the following new ILLUSTRATED WORKS:Maud Muller.
By John G. WuITTIER. With thirteen illustrations by WillIAM J. HENNESSY. Flower de Luce.
A new volume of Poems by HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. With six illustrations by various artists.
By Henry W. Longfellow. With ten illustrations by F. 0. C. DARLEY.
The Vision of Sir Launfal.
By James RUSSELL LOWELL. With eleven illustrations by S. EYTINGE, Jr.
All the foregoing will be for sale in fine bindings.
SEPT. 1, 1866.
Messrs. GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS,
416 BROOME ST., NEW YORK,
Announce, among numerous other Books in preparation for the Fall and Holidays, the following, which they hope to have ready in good time for the City and Country Trade.
City and Country Booksellers are respectfully invited to examine our Stock before completing their purchases elsewhere.
1. A FINE ART GIFT BOOK; containing Original Poems by the best living
Authors, and Original Pictures by the best Artists, engraved by the Brothers Dalziel. Uniform
with “ Birket Foster's Pictures of English Landscapes," "A Round of Days,” &c. &c. 2. STORIES FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. By Hans CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN.
With hundreds of Illustrations, engraved by the Brothers Dalziel. 3. THE HANS ANDERSEN LIBRARY. Consisting of 12 separate volumes
of Andersen's Tales, beautifully illustrated. 4. PLEASANT RHYMES FOR LITTLE FOLKS. With several hundred
original Wood-cuts and ornamental Borders engraved by Cooper, and printed by Clay & Sons.
Uniform with Murray's beautifully illustrated edition of Mrs. Barbauld's Hymns. 5. FROISSART'S CHRONICLES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE: with
all the original Plates printed in colors, with illuminated Borders.
6. A New Edition of MONSTRELET'S CHRONICLES.
7. LEAVES FROM A CHRISTMAS BOUGH. A new Gift Book, with many
illustrations printed in colors. 8. THE SHEPHERDS OF BETHLEHEM. A new Gift Book, with many
illustrations printed in colors. 9. LAST WORDS OF EMINENT PERSONS. Compiled by JOSEPH KAINES
Beautifully printed, and will form an elegant and appropriate Gift Book. 10. A NEW BOOK OF CONJURING GAMES, for the use of Young Ama
teurs. by COLONEL STODARE. 11. ROUTLEDGE'S POPULAR NATURAL HISTORY. By the Rev. J. G.
Wood. In 1 volume, 4to., with upwards of 700 illustrations. 12. New Editions of WHITTAKER'S CLASSICAL QUOTATIONS. 5 vols., vellum cloth, gilt edges :Choice Poems and Lyrics.
Choice Thoughts from Shakspeare.
Wise Sayings of the Great and Good.
In Preparation, several new Juvenile Books by Favorite Authors. Also, a good variety of bard
new Toy Books.
SEPT. 1, 1866.
HURD & HOUGHTON'S
List of Huvenile Books .
STANDARD JUVENILE BOOKS.-Eight volumes | THE GIRL'S PLEASURE BOOK. With elegant
16mo., fully illustrated. Bound in extra cloth, gilt backs. illustrations, printed in oil colors. 8vo. With illuminated Comprising
cover. Price, in boards, $1 00, ÆSOP'S FABLES. Price $200. SANDFORD AND MERTON. Price $1 50.
THE BOY'S PLEASURE BOOK. With elegant
illustrations printed in oil colors. 8vo. With illamigated SWISS FAMILY ROBINSON. Price $1 50.
cover. Price, in boards, $100. THE PARENTS' ASSISTANT. Price $1 50. EVENINGS AT HOME. Price $1 50.
"A VISIT FROM ST. NICHOLAS.” By CLEMENT COOPER'S STORIES OF THE SEA. Price $1 50.
C. Moore. Illustrated in tints, from drawings by F.O.C.
DARLEY, and with an illuminated cover, In one volume COOPER'S STORIES OF THE WOODS. Price $1 50.
quarto. Price, in paper covers, $0 60. TALES FROM SHAKSPEARE. Price $1 50.
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD. Told in Verse JOHN GAY; or, Work for Boys. By JACOB ABBOTT, by R. H. STODDARD. Sumptuously illustrated in colors by
author of the Rollo Books. A Series of Juvenile Books, in ALFRED FREDERICKS, and with an illuminated eorer de four volumes, viz: “Work for Winter, " "Work for Spring,'' signed by J. A. Hows. Quarto, illuminated paper cover. “Work for Summer,” “Work for Autumn.' 18mo. Price in Price, $0 80. extra cloth, per set, $3 40.
THE CHILDREN IN THE WOOD. Told in MARY GAY; or, Work for Girls. By JACOB ABBOTT, Verse by R. H. STODDARD. Sumptuously illostrated and
author of "Roilo's Tour, etc. etc. The Series consists of printed in oil colors, and with an illuminated cover de “Work for Winter,” “Work for Spring,” “Work for Sum signed by J. A. Hows. Uniform with Red Riding Hood. mer," "Work for Antumn." With illustrations by H. W. Quarto, illuminated paper cover. Price, $0 $0. HERRICK. In four volumes 18mo. Price in extra cloth, per set, $3 40.
THE BOY'S BANNER BOOK. Containing “StarGOOD LITTLE HEARTS; or, Stories about
Spangled Banner," "American Flag," "The Liberty Bell,"
and other National Banner Songs, with illustrations by Children who tried to be Good and do Good. By AUNT
DARLEY, and with titles in color. Illuminated cover. FANNY, author of the "Nightcap Stories," etc. etc. With numerous illustrations. In four volumes 16ino.
Quarto, paper. Price, $0 50.
Price in extra cloth, per set, $3 40.
LITTLE SONGS FOR LITTLE SINGERS.
Original and Selected. Arranged for the Piano-forte by LITTLE BLUE HOOD BOOKS. Five volumes. KARL Redex. Cover in colors. Flexible, small 'quarto. Illustrated. In handsome box. Consisting of
Price, $0 60. I LITTLE BLUE HOOD. By Thos. MILLER. With
frontispiece and title-page in colors, and other illustra- THE RIVERSIDE JUVENILES. Six volumes tions.
demy quarto. Each volume containing Sixteen Lith II. LITTLE BIRD RED, and LITTLE BIRD BLUE.
graphed Illustrations from original designs by H. L. STE. Frontispiece and title-page in colors, and other illustra
PHENB. Comprising tions.
THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF POOR COCK ROBIN. III. THE PET LAMB, and other Stories. With frontis A FROG HE WOULD A WOOING GO. piece and title-page in colors, and other illustrations.
THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.
OLD MOTHER HUBBARD AND HER DOG,
THE FOX AND THE GEESE. trations by Phiz.
THE FIVE LITTLE PIGS. Square 12mo., extra cloth. Price, each, $0 90.
Price, in boards, each, $1 25. ON THE FERRY-BOAT. By JENNIE HARRIBON, au
A TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE STORIES. thor of “The Right Way." In one volume 16mo. Price,
Beautifully illustrated with colored plates from original in cloth, $0 60.
designs. 8vo. Price, in extra cloth, $1 25. THE SNOW-IMAGE; a Childish Miracle. By THE ILLUMINATED BOOK OF NURSERY NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE. Illustrated in colors by MARCUS
RHYMES, Containing Aunt Mary's, Aunt Kitty's, and WATERMAN. Thin quarto. Price, in clothextra, $1 50. Aunt Jendy's Nursery Rhymes, with additions, and illos
trated with nearly one hundred pictures, brilliantly printed THE FAIRY BOOKS. Three volumes, comprising
in oil colors. 1 vol. 4to., illuminated cover. $0 75. CINDERELLA; OR, THE GLASS SLIPPER. PUSS IN BOOTS.
THE COUNTRY PICTURE-BOOK, For Boys
and Girls. Containing twelve large views of Farm and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.
Gountry Scenes, printed in superior style, on fine paper, With illustrations, printed in oil colors, from designs A new edition, with entirely new desigu for cover in colors. by HENRY L. STEPHENS. Small quarto. Price, in
Flexible, small quarto. Price, $0 40. cloth, gilt sides, per vol., $1 25.
THE BOY'S PICTURE-BOOK OF BOATS. UniA TREASURY OF PLEASURE BOOKS, for form in style with “The Country Picture-Book." With nu.
Young People. With elegant illustrations printed in oil merous illustrations of Ships, etc. Cover in colors. Flexible, colors. 8vo. Price, in extra cloth, gilt sides and edges, *2 00. small quarto. Price, $0 40.
HURD & HOUGHTON make a specialité of JUVENILE and Toy Books, and offer to the Trade a large assortment, comprising all the best books published in this country.
A FULL STOCK OF ENGLISH BIBLES OFFERED AT LOW PRICES.
Trade-Lists and Catalogues furnished upon application,
5. Spanish Papers and Other Miscellanies. Hitberto. 4. Tered in England, France and Germany. By GILBERT
By ISAAC i arranged by Rev. CHARLES HOLE, B. A. ; with Additions
SEPT. 1, 1866. HURD & HOUGHTON'S HURD & HOUGHTON
HAVE LATELY PUBLISHED: LIST OF NEW BOOKS.
1. The Mormon Prophet and his Harem; or, An AuReady August 25th.
thentic History of Brigham Young, his numerous Wives and Children. By Mrs. C. V. WAITE. I vol. 12mo., cloth.
Four Portraits on steel, Price $2 00. 1.
Lincoln. The Story of a Picture. By F. B. CARPENTER.
2. Pictures of Country Life. By ALICE CARY, author
of "Clovernook,” “Married, Not Mated," etc. 1 vol.crown 2. Venetian Life: Including Commercial, Social, His Svo. Price $2 00.
torical and Artistic Notice of the Place. By WILLIAM D. HOWELLS. 1 vol. crown 8vo. Price $2 50.
“This is a beautiful, interesting, and entertaining volume."
Zion's Herald. 3. The Mayoralty of George Opdyko. Official Documents, Addresses, etc., of George Opdyke, Mayor of the
Insanity, Imbecility, City of New York, during the years 1862 and 1883. 1 vol. 3. Shakspeare's Delineations ,
and Suicide. By A. 0. KELLOGG, M.D., Assistant Physi
cian State Lunatic Asylum, Utica, N. Y. 1 vol. 12mo. 4. The Handbook for Mothers. A Guide in the Care
cloth, gilt tops. Price $1 75. to of Young Children. By EDWARD H. PARKER, M. D. 1 vol. “Students of Shakspeare will delight in this little volume, 12mo. Price $1 50.
and no one can read it without a feeling of amazement at the marvellous acquaintance with the phases of disordered intel
lectual character displayed."-Kennebec Journal. Ready September ist.
The Pilgrim's Wallet; or, Scraps of Travel Gathtnpablished or Uncollected. By WASHINGTON IRVING. Arranged and Edited by PIERRE M. IRVING. In 2 vols.
HAVEX. l vol, 16mo. Price $200. crown 8vo. With a Portrait in fac-simile of the drawing
"He is a very pleasant travelling companion, sympathetic, by Wilkie, taken in Spain. Uniform with the Sunnyside sensible, and hearty. We like him very well on the swindling edition of Irving's works. Green cloth. Also in purple river Rhine, about which so much absurdity has got into litecloth, Price $500.
rature. As a traveller Mr. Gilbert Haven has many merits, 6. History of England. By LORD MACAULAY. From among which we may name as chief the art of telling what he the last edition of his works. Edited by his Sister, LADY
has seen, rather than what he went to see."-Nation. TEEVYLYAN. In eight volumes, crown 8vo With a new stel Portrait of Macaulay. Price, cloth, $18 00; half call, 5. The Criterion; or, The Test of Talk about Familiar $32 00.
of By “Riverside Edition," printed in small pica type, on fine
1 vol. 16mo. Price $2 00. paper, uniform with the Riverside edition of Macaulay's Es
“His varied scholarship does not often descend to pedantry;
his quotations and illustrations are apposite; with a happy The Works of John P. Kennedy.
fusion of learning and genial gossip he neither wearies with 7. ,
heaviness nor offends by flippancy.”-U. S. Service Magazine. SWALLOW BARN,
LIFE OF WILLIAM WIRT, ROB OF THE BOWL, Complete in 6 volumes, crown 8vo. Price, cloth, $13 50; 6. Mozart's Letters. The Letters of Wolfgang Ama
deus Mozart. Translated from the collection of Ludwig $00
Nohl, by LADY WALLACE. With a Portrait and fac-simile.
In 2 vols. 16mo. Price $3 50.
"The varied riches of the inner life of the great composer,
and his manifold phases of character, always admirable and 8.
Beethoven's Letters. Translated by LADY WAL- lovable, are in these charming letters pictured forth with a LACE, With a new steel Portrait of Beethoven. Uniform vivid and graphic reality never surpassed in a biography, how
with Mozart's Letters.' 2 vols. 16mo. Price $3 50. ever well written.''-Rochester Democrat. 9. Essays on Art: By FRANCIS TURNER PALGRAVE, Late Fellow of Exeter College, Oxford. 1 vol. 16mo. 7.
of “Hannah Thurston," "John Godfrey's Fortunes,' &c. 10. The Authorship of Shakspears. By NATHANIEL &c. 1 vol. crown 8vo. $2 25. souri, 1 vol. crown 8vo.
“As a picture of rural life we think this povel of Mr. Tay
lor's excels any of his previous productions."-N.Y. Evening 11. Ballads, Lyrics, and Hymns, By Alice Carr. Post.
Illustrated on wood from designs by Hart, Herrick, Fenn, Bellows, Perkins, etc. 1 vol, crown 8vo. Price, in extra cloth, plain, *1 00; full gilt, $t 50.
8. Chastelard. A Tragedy. By ALGERNON CHARLES
SWIXBURXE. 1 vol. 16mo. Price $1 50. 12. Borm, anth Palladesh Barato Poems and Ballads. By ALGERNON CHARLES SWIN
“His pages fairly glow with life."--Brooklyn Union.
1 vol. 16mo. 13. The Rise and the Fall; or, The Origin of Moral Evil.
Poems. By Edna DEAN PROCTOR. 1 vol. 16mo. In three Parts. I. The SCGGESTIONS OF REASON. II. THE Price $1 25 ; gilt, $1 50. DISCLOSURES OF REVELATION. III. TAE CONFIRMATIONS OF THEOLOGY. 1 vol. crown 8vo.
“Breathes the true spirit of poetry, and has touched sympa
thetic cords in thousands of hearts."-N. Y. Observer. 14. Fior d'Aliza. By ALPHONSE DE LAMARTINE. 1 Fol. 16ino.
Allen's Reports. Reports of Cases Argued and De. LAW BOOKS IN PRESS,
By Charles ALLEN. Vols. IX. and X. Svo. Price, in
law sheep, per vol., $5 50. Allen.-Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in ALLEX. Vol. XI, 8vo. Price, in law sheep, $j 50. 11. Palfrey's Now England.
- A History of New Eng; By JOHN G. PALFREY.
, 16. Metcalf. - Principles of the Law of Contracts, with from the larger work. In 2 vols. crown 8vo., cloth, $500; examples of their application. By TherON METCALF, late
half calf, $50. Associate Justice. 17. . Redfield.-The Law of Common Carriers.
A Brief Biographical Dictionary. Compiled and
and Corrections by WILLIAM A. WHEELER, M. A. 1 vol. 18. Redfield. The Law of Corporations. By Isaac F. 16mo., cloth. Price $200.
Early Orders solicited for ulio above.
For Sale by all Booksellers.
SEPT. 1, 1866,
TO THE TRADE.
English Books in quantities.
Billes, Oxford, Cambridge, and London Editions.
STATIONERY FROM PARIS AND LONDON,
D. APPLETON & CO.,
Nos. 443 and 445 Broadway, New York,
Call the attention of the Trade to their Fall stock of
Which are offered at very low prices.
They are all Popular Books, and having purchased in quantities, we are enabled to offer purchasers
The same Discount made on our own Publications.
19 A complete list sent to any address on application.
Of Bibles and Prayer Books
We have the most complete assortment ever offered to the Trade, comprising all the editions of the
London, Cambridge, and Oxford Presses.
OUR STATIONERY DEPARTMENT Is unequalled in the varied assortment from all the reputed manufacturers of
EUROPE AND AMERICA,