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Messrs. TRUBNER & CO., 60 Paternoster Row, London, For more than twelve years have been mainly instrumental in bringing before the literary and scientific public of Europe the best productions of the mind of America, and they continue to offer, as heretofore, all the facilities of their old and valued connection, both at home and abroad, to promote, through approved and well-tried channels, the sale of works intrusted to them by their friends in America.

Messrs. TRUBNER & Co. supply English and Foreign (Old and Modern) Books, Periodicals, Newspapers, etc., and everything connected with Literature, Science, and the Arts, on advantageous terms, and will be happy to enter into correspondence with Librarians and Booksellers in the United States requiring an efficient European agency.

Lresbyterian Lublication Committee.

FIVE YEARS IN CHINA.

FULLY ILLUSTRATED.
BY REV. C. P. BUSH.

Price, $1 25.

BESSIE LANE'S MISTAKE.

(WEALTH NOT HAPPINESS.)
By the Author of "MONEY," "FAR AWAY,” etc. Price $1 25.

BOWEN'S DAILY MEDITATIONS.

12mo., 429 pages, $1 73; Tinted paper, gilt, $2 30.

LEAVES OF CONSOLATION FOR THE AFFLICTED.

12mo., 360 pages, $1 50; Tinted paper, gilt, $2 50.

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BROOKSIDE FARM-HOUSE. 16mo., 176 pages.

Illustrated. Price $1 00.

Sent by mail for these prices. Order from
PRESBYTERIAN PUBLICATION COMMITTEE,

No. 1334 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
NEW YORK: A, D, F. RANDOLPH, 770 Broadway.

Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN,

OF LONDON,

HAVE ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY IN NEW YORK CITY
For the sale of their Publications in the United States.

THBY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO SUPPLY

Electrotypes of Illustrations from their Serial Publications — "Cassell's Family Paper," "The Quiver,"

" The Working Man," and other works—at favorable prices.

CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN, London and New York,
WALTER LOW, 596 Broadway, New York,

MAY 1, 1866.

PRAYER BOOKS.

JUST PUBLISHED,

A New and Splendid Edition of the

EPISCOPAL PRAYER BOOK,

Large 4to. Edition,
FOR PULPIT OR FAMILY USE.

Printed on fine-toned Paper. GREAT PRIMER TYPE. Size, 13 by 11 inches.

Calf, Marbled Edges, $18; Turkey Morocco, Gilt Edges, $22; Turkey Morocco, Antique Bevelled, Gilt Edges, $26.

THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. Unabridged-with 96 Illustrations.

BY JOHN BUNYAN.

Price Ten dents.
EYRE & SPOTTISWOODE, London Bible Warehouse,

626 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.

REMOVAL.

Messrs. GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS,

129 Grand Street, New York,

Beg to inform the Trade that they intend TO REMOVE, on May 1st, to the more commodious premises on the ground floor

No. 416 Broome Street, corner of Elm Street,

Where they propose keeping a full stock of their London Publications, and will be happy to see personally or hear by letter from their numerous friends in the United States and the Canadas.

Messrs. G. R. & Sons have for sale a few copies of THE IMPERIAL DICTIONARY OF UNIVERSAL BIOGRAPHY, published by W. Mackenzie, London, Glasgow, and Edinburgh. 6 vols. imperial 8vo., cloth, with numerous fine Steel Portraits. Price $90.

Also, a few copies of FROISSART'S CHRONICLES, with a Life of the Author, and many illustrations. In 2 vols. royal 8vo., cloth. $12.

Uniform with our cheap edition of THE ARABIAN Nouts ENTERTAINMENTS and the Globe SHAKSPEARE, THE ADVENTURES OF DON QUIXOTE. A new edition, with illustrations by John GILBERT. Post 8vo., cloth. $1 75.

Also in preparation, GIL BLAS. Uniform with the above.

MAY 1, 1866.

EDW: G. ALLEN'S

LONDON AGENCY

FOR

American Dibraries,

(Established 40 years.)

FORMERLY RICH.

Books of Every Class and Language

PROMPTLY SUPPLIED

AT A SMALL COMMISSION ON THE NET COST,

With every trade allowance.

Supplies of British and Foreign Catalogues always on hand.

EDW. G. ALLEN'S

London Agency for Imerican Libraries,

12 Tavistock Row, Covent Garden,

LONDON.

MAY 1, 1866.

SIMON STEVENS,

New York.

B. F. STEVENS,

London,

Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS,

17 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden,

London, W. C.,

Have established an American and Foreign Commission House for Publishing, Bookselling, and the execution generally of

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC ORDERS, both for Import and Export, and have undertaken the continuance of the current miscellaneous business of their brother, MR. HENRY STEVENS, of 4 TRAFALGAR SQUARE, which was commenced in 1845.

In the execution of orders for the purchase or sale of early printed and scarce books they will have the benefit of the advice and long bibliographical experience of MR. HENRY STEVENS, who, as heretofore, devotes himself to the purchase and sale of rare books.

Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS are the special agents of the

International Library Exchange,

established by the "American Geographical and Statistical Society of New York," and are constantly making consignments through that Institution of

BOOKS, MAPS, PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS, MAGAZINES, &c., for Departments of the U. S. Government, Public Institutions, Libraries, Colleges, and Incorporated Societies.

Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS are honored with the special Agency of several American and British Institutions.

Parcels of a literary or scientific character presented by Institutions or individuals in the United States or Canada to individuals or Institutes in Great Britain or on the Continent, are received and distributed with punctuality and economy.

LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, AND MISCELLANEOUS ORDERS from private individuals will be executed with care and promptitude, and the goods forwarded to any part of the United States or Canada direct, or in the absence of special instructions, through their usual channels.

All Parcels for America, including weekly packages for France and Germany, are forwarded under special arrangements by the INMAN STEAMERS, sailing every Wednesday from Liverpool. Consignments from America are made by the same line every Saturday from New York. Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS desire to purchase one copy of every

Book, Pamphlet, or Magazine (not a reprint) published in America. They desire also to procure two copies of all

Reports of every Railroad, Canal, Coal, Petroleum, Steamboat, Bank, or any other Incorporated Company in America.

MAY 1, 1866.

DR. McCOSH'S NEW BOOK.-JUST READY. .

AN EXAMINATION OF MR. J. S. MILL'S PHILOSOPHY. Being a

Defence of Fundamental Truth. By James McCosu, LL. D. $3 00.

BY THE SAME AUTHOR.

NEW EDITIONS.
THE METHOD OF DIVINE GOVERNMENT, PHYSICAL AND MORAL,

8vo. $2 50.
It is refreshing to read a work so distinguished for originality and soundness of thinking.--Sir William Hamilton.

Dr. McCosh's work is of the compact cast and thought-eliciting complexion that men will not willingly let die.Hugh Miller.

TYPICAL FORMS AND SPECIAL ENDS IN CREATION, $2 50.

It is alike comprehensive in its range, accurate and minute in its details, original in its structure, and devout in its tone and tendency.

INTUITIONS OF THE MIND. New Edition. $300.

As a thinker Dr. McCosh has the rare and inestimable faculty of constructive thought. His work on "The Intuitions of the Mind” seems to us the noblest contribution made to the speculative philosophy of Scotland since the days of Reid.Peter Bayne.

SCHOOL AND HOME. Leaves from a Boy's Journal.

A Tale for School Boys. 16mo. $1 25.

A very good book for boys, and one they will read with onabated interest. The influence of a Christian boy among his fellows is admirably illustrated, and the fact that wisdom's ways are ways of pleasantness is fully proven.

NELLIE'S STUMBLING-BLOCK. By the Author of “Little Katy and Jolly

Jim," &c. 16mo. $1 25.

A good story with an excellent purpose. Nellie's Stumbling-Block was a bad temper, the sad results of which are powerfully drawn. The power of divine grace to change this evil passion is shown in the sequel of the story.

THE OLD PICTURE BIBLE. 18 fine illustrations. 16mo. $1 25.

This popular writer, in a series of conversations between an intelligent Mother and two little children, over the pages of an old-fashioned Bible, full of pictures, gives the story of the blessed Saviour-His Birth, Miracles, Purables, Suffering, Death, and Resurrection. The conversations are spirited and well calculated to interest the younger children. The prini is large, and the engravings numerous and good.

A NUTSHELL OF KNOWLEDGE. By A. L. O. E. 18mo. 90 cents.

Under the guise of a little Fairy ("Know-a-bit") a great variety of information about common things is con reyed in a singularly attractive way by this pleasant and instructive story.

RESCUED FROM EGYPT. By A. L. O. E. 16mo. $1 50.

This admirable story is on the rame plan as "The Shepherd of Bethlehem," and the “Exiles in Babylon," but detailing the story of Moses. It is equally fascinating with its predecessors, and full of instruction.

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WALKS FROM EDEN. By Miss WARNER. $1 50 | EXILES FROM BABYLON. By A. L. O. E.
MELBOURNE HOUSE.

" New ed. 200 GILES OLDHAM.
THE WYCLIFFITES. A Tale by Mrs. MACKAY. 1 25 CHRISTIAN'S PANOPLY.
THE CLOUDED INTELLECT.

60 BIBLE BLESSINGS. By Dr. Vinton. PRAYING AND WORKING. 18mo.

75 WANDERINGS OVER BIBLE LANDS.. MY NEW HOME.

1 25 GUTHRIE ON THE PARABLES. TURNING A NEW LEAF.

1 25

MAN AND THE GOSPEL. LYRA CONSOLATIONIS. By Rowan.

2 00 THE WIN AND WEAR LIBRARY. 6 vols. SHEPHERD AND HIS FLOCK. By McDUFF. 1 50 LITTLE KITTY'S LIBRARY. 6 vols. DIRECTIONS TO ENQUIRING SOULS.

25 ELLEN MONTGOMERY'S BOOK SHELF. CONSTANCE AND EDITH.

90 VOICES OF THE SOUL. By Reid. . RYLE ON JOHN. Vol. I.

1 50 KATY AND JOLLY IN THE COUNTRY..

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ROBERT CARTER & BROTHERS,

530 Broadway, N. Y.

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