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MAR. 15, 1867.
Student and Schoolmate
London Quarterly Review (reprint) 60 Thompson's Reporter (plain).
6 North British Review (reprint)..... 60 Thompson's Reporter (coin) 6 National Quarterly Review
112 744 Waverley Magazine (monthly parts) 42 North Ainerican Review
.11.3 18 Working Farmer
S Social Science Review 42 Yankee Notious
8 Silliraan's Journal...
Westminster Review (reprint) 60 19
Quarterly Reviews, etc. Wood's Quarterly Retrospect ......100 6 1+ Bibliotheca Sacra....
75 15 Braithwaite's Retrospect
All the leading LONDON WEEKLIES and 15 Christian Examiner
75 MONTHLIEs at the LOWEST rates.
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If there are any people in your vicinity who read news.
BACK NUMBERS. papers, magazines, and books-as, of course, there are,-they need a News Depot. If there is none, you can make money by
We devote a large space in our establishment to the storage establishing one, and the sooner a beginning is made the better. of back numbers of the monthlies and weeklies, and can While it is true that demand regulates supply, as a rule it is usually supply any back numbers wanted. in this business further true that the demand can be cultivated, where it has not before existed, or increased in extent, by welldirected effort. By the old-fashioned plan-nuw nearly obso
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Don't write your orders on small slips of paper; they are of such publications as they would like to take, and order the
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MAR, 15, 1867.
IMPORTANT TO THE BOOK TRADE.
I will publish, March 31, a Special Edition of the six numbers of the
"Uniform Trade List Circular,"
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MESSRS. ROBERTS BROS.,
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the whole of the First Edition, the publishers are
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BARRY CORNWALL'S MEMOIR OF CHARLES
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MAR. 15, 1867.
Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN,
HAVE ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY IN NEW YORK CITY
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THEY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO SUPPLY
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MAR. 15, 1867.
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