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“CHRISTIE;" or, The Way Home. An intensely
interesting story of the backwoods. 2 vols. 16mo. Cloth,
$2 50. No. 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
UNDER THE WINGS. 18mo. Cloth, 30 cents.
Friends." 18mo. Cloth, 45 cents.
CHARLIE; or, The Bad Habit. 18mo. Cloth, 45 ets, THE COLLEGE DAYS OF CALVIN. By I WON'T PLAY; or, Who shall be Captain ? Rev. WILLIAM M. BLACKBURN. Small 12mo. Price
18mo. Cloth, 65 cents.
MAGGIE AND BESSIE; or, Lame Jennie's 70 cents.
Chair. 18mo. Cloth, 60 cents.
PICTURE REWARD CARDS. Three new packages, YOUNG CALVIN IN PARIS.
illustrating “Home Scenes, " "Country Scenes," and the
“Favorites." WILLIAM M. BLACKBURN.
Colored pictures. 25 cents each.
PRETTY STORY BOOKS. In a packet, containing cents.
twelve books, nicely printed, and prettily illustrated. Price
15 cents. OUR PASSOVER; or, The Great Things of the THE SUNBEAM STORIES. 16mo. Cloth, $1. Law. By Rev. William J. McCord. Small 12mo. simple and genial is the instruction they contain, that every
Ten Stories written especially for Sunday Schools, but sa Price 60 cents.
one will be delighted to read them.
THE STORY OF LITTLE GABRIEL. 18mo. THE PASTORAL LETTER OF THE Cloth, 60 cents. LAST GENERAL ASSEMBLY. Small 12mo. pam.
DICK BOLTER; or, Getting On in Life. 18mo.
Cloth, 65 cents. phlet. Price 10 cents.
HOW TO BE FREE. 36 pp., 18mo. Paper, 5 cents.
cloth, 15 cents. Please address orders to
A plain exhibition of the duty and methods of Christian
usefulness. WINTHROP SARGENT,
The American Sunday School Union, Business Correspondent,
1122 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, 821 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
599 Broadway, New York,
PUBLISHED AND FOR SALE BY
WOOD'S CLASS BOOK OF BOTANY. Revised edition.
8 N. CHARLES STREET,
Baltimore, Md. My Son, Geo. F. Waters, is
admitted as a partner in our House THE FRANKLIN GLOBES, 10, 12, 18
, and 30 in, in diameter. from ist July. The business will Orders from the trade for the above Books, Maps, and be continued under the firm of MOORE & NIMS,
Jas. S. WATERS & Son.
THE JOSLIN GLOBES, 6, 9%, and 12 in. in diameter.
Globes are solicited by the publishers,
Troy, N, Y.
SEPT. 15, 1866.
Colored Toy Books, Primers, and Juveniles.
DAVIS, PORTER, & COATES, Publishers and Wholesale Dealers in Children's Books, ,
21 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia,
Have now ready a new Catalogue of their splendid assortment of attractive Colored Books just prepared for this season's trade, which they will send to any applicant. It embraces a most desirable variety of
ALPHABETS, PRIMERS, TOY BOOKS, AND BOUND JUVENILE BOOKS, all just manufactured at the reduced rates, and will be sold at proportionately low prices.
In addition to our own list of sixteen pages, we keep on hand a large assortment of the most desirable publications for Children, in sets or singly, which are offered on the best terms.
Special terms offered to Jobbers to deal in our Books. We shall be glad to have a call from those visiting Philadelphia. Sample lots to any amount sent to any
Messrs. TRÜBNER & 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.
Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN,
HAVE ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY IN NEW YORK: CITY
THEY 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,
SEPT. 15, 1866.
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. Call, Marbled Edges, $18; Turkey Morocco, Gilt Edges, $22; Torkey Morocco, Antique Bevelled, Gilt Edges, $26.
THE PILGRIM'S PROGRESS. Unabridged-with 96 Illustrations.
BY JOHN BUNYAN.
Price Ten Cents.
626 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
NOTICE to Editors and Publishers of Literary, Scientific, Religious, Mechanical, Artistical, Industrial, and other American publications devoted to any subject, as well as to Secretaries of Societies. W. S. KIRKLAND & CO.,
LITERARY AGENTS, 23 Salisbury Street, Strand, London (England),
27 Rue de Richelieu, Paris (France), will be happy to furnish title and price of subscription for the United States of Every English and Continental (European) Review, Magazine, and publication devoted to the peculiar tenets, purposes, or objects of any particular society, work, or journal, thus enabling the Secretary or Editor to have constantly brought before him, in the shortest possible time, the freshest, newest, and most original matter on the very subject to which his Society or publication is devoted.
Messrs. KIRKLAND can also, through their Paris House, supply by the French mail any English Magazine, Review, or Book, by POST, which are now obliged to be supplied FROM England by Booksellers' parcel—a great boon where time is an object, as they can be forwarded direct to any part of the States.
SEPT, 15, 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 Thoughts from Shakspeare.
Wise Sayings of the Great and Good.
In Preparation, several new Juvenile Books by Favorite Authors. Also, a good variety of handsome new Toy Books.