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American and Foreign Magazine Depot
24 DEY STREET, corner of New Church Street,
FIRST CORNER WEST OF BROADWAY.
The undersigned keeps constantly on hand a large supply of back numbers of all the leading Magazines, Reviews, Weekly Papers, Serial Publications, &c., &c., which he can supply at low prices, either in single numbers or volumes, or in complete sets, bound or unbound. His Stock (the largest of the kind in the United States) includes both AMERICAN and FOREIGN PERIODICALS, and among his assortment of some three thousand different publications may be found those relating to Law, Theology, Medicine, Literature, Science, Art, Freemasonry, Odd
Fellowship, &c., &c. Among the complete sets of Magazines, Reviews, Newspapers, &c., now on hand, and elegantly and substantially bound, may be mentioned the following:
EUROPEAN (Recently Imported). Blackwood; London Quarterly; Westminster; Edinburgh: North British; The Gentleman's Magazine! Universal Magazine; New Monthly Magazine; Monthly Review, Enlarged; Novelists' Magazine ; Quarterly Journal of Science; Tilloch's Philosophical Magazine; English Journal of Education; British Critic; Literary Gazette; Church and State Gazette; London Examiner; London Spectator; Athenæum ; Annual Register; Cobbetu's Register; Porcupine Works (by Cobbett); Philosophical Transactions, Abridged; Gardeners, Chronicle, &c., &c.,
AMERICAN. North American Review; National Quarterly (by Sears); Atlantic; Harper; Galaxy; Putnam (Old and New Series); Eclectic; Littell's Living Age; Knickerbocker; Riverside; Young Folks ; Hours ai Home; nternational; Whig Review; Democratic Review; Chambers' Cyclopædia; Every Saturday; Household Words, &c.,
SERIAL PUBLICATIONS, Finely Illustrated and Richly Bound.
Spencer's History of the United States; Bartlett's History of the United States; Hallowell's Shakespeare's History of the War with Russia; History of France; History of Ireland; The Southern Rebellion ; Rebellion Record, &c., &c.,
JAMES W. CHRISTOPHER,
24 Dey Street, New York MAGAZINES, &c. Bought, IF UNSOILED, AND IN Good Order for BINDING.
WILLIAM H. REES,
29 & 31 Ann Street, , Corner of Nassau,
NEW YORK. (Established 1855.) Orders solicited for the various styles of Extra Half or Full Calf, Morocco, or Levant Binding, in gilt or antique, in large or small quantities.
N. B.-First Premium was awarded for my Superior Binding. No cheap cloth or common work taken.
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send to GREEN & TERRY, SOLE AGENTS,
21 Wall Street, New York
MACNIVEN & CAMERON,
FRANCIS EMMINS, NEW & SECOND-HAND BOOKS
80 Nassau Street, Up Stairs,
No. 207 CENTRE STREET,
NEW YORK. Booksellers and Bookbuyers residing at a distance often experience difficulty in getting their binding done They will find it to their advantage to pack and direct their books as above, stating style and price; they may rely on their being well bound, at the lowest prices, and carefully packed and returned without delay. In all such cases the owner will be charged with freight, and the books returned by express, C. O. D.
C. HUGHES, Bookbinder, 207 Centre Street, New York,
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SHAKESPEARL. Sonnet CXI.
J. SABIN & SONS, PUBLISHERS,
84 Nassau STREET, New York.
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