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192. DICTIONARIES- continued. £ s. d.

26 Dr. E. F. Feller's Dictionaries. Bound together in i vol. or in case. each.

English-French and French-English.
English-German and German-English.
English-Italian and italian-English.

193. BOOKS IN SETS. See also the ios. 60. Sets in 3 vols. on page 4.

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o Ainsworth (W. H.), 20 vols. in 10, fcap. 8vo, cloth.

Svo Edition, 16 vols., with original Plates. 6

29 vols., Illustrated, crown 8vo, cloth. 0 7 6 Austen (Jane), 5 vols., post 8vo. 6

5 vols., crown 8vo, cloth. o 3 6 Balzac (Honoré de) Novels, 35. 6d. each, are being issued in Monthly Vols. 0 15 o Bancroft's History of the United States of America, 7 vols., fcap. 8vo,

cloth, Roxburghe style.
I 10 6 Barnes' (Albert) Notes on the New Testament, i vols.
1 8 0

II vols. bound in 6.
On the Old Testament. See BARNES, p. 89.
Beautiful Thoughts, collected by Dr. RAMAGE, 5 vols.

o Cooper's Novels, 7 vols., demy 8vo, cloth.
O IO o Cooper's (J. F.), Leatherstocking Tales, 5 vols., crown 8vo, cloth.
o 17 6

Illust. Edit. 5 vols., crown 8vo, cloth. 2 9 O Dumas (Alexandre), Illustrated Edition, 14 vols., crown 8vo, cloth.

8 o Edgeworth's Tales of Fashionable Life, 4 vols., fcap. 8vo, cloth. I 18 6 Emerson's (Ralph W.) Works, Riverside Edition, si vols.

6 0 Ferrier (Miss), 3 vols., cloth. o 7 6 Fielding (Henry), 3 vols., crown 8vo, cloth. O 10 6

- 3 vols., Illustrated, crown 8vo, cloth. I 5 0

5 vols., demy 8vo, cloth. 6 17 6 Grant (James), 55 vols., cloth. o 10 6 Grimm Fairy Library, 10 vols. in a box.

o Hugo's (Victor) Novels, 6 vols., crown 8vo, Illustrated. 5 5 o James's (G. P. R.) Novels, 46 vols. in 23.

Lawrence (George A.), 8 vols., cloth.

Lever (Harry Lorrequer Edition), 34 vols., cloth. 6 15

34 vols., half-roan. o 10 6 Longfellow's Poetical Works, Pocket Vol. Edition, 5 vols., cloth gilt. 015 0

II vols, in a box. I 18 6 Longfellow. New Complete Edition of his Works, in 11 vols., half.cloth.

Ditto

-cloth, gilt top 5 5 o Lytton's (Lord), (Caxton Edition), 20 vols., cloth, gilt top. 4 18 0

(Knebworth Edition), 28 vols., cloth,

Poetical, Dramatic and Literary Works, 12 vols. 7 o Marryat (Captain), 18 vols. in 9, scap., cloth.

21 vols., crown 8vo, red cloth.

21 vols., crown 8vo, with Illustrations, cloth. o 17

17 vols., cloth (Handy Vol. Edition).
17 vols., cloth (Handy Vol. Edition), in a box.

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193. BOOKS IN SETS—continued. £ s. d.

o Morley's Universal Library, any 15 vols., cloth cut edges, in oak bookcase, 015

o Mounteney-Jephson's (R.) Novels, 6 vols., crown 8vo, cloth. 4 5 6 Old Dramatists (The), with Biographies and Steel Portraits, 9 vols,

royal 8vo.
o Old Poets (The), 4 vols., royal 8vo.
o Ormerod's Cheshire, 3 vols., folio.

3 vols., large paper. 3 0 o Prescott's Works, 12 vols., demy 8vo.

6 vols., crown Svo, Brevier type, Notes by J. F. KIRK, with Life of PRESCOTT by TICKNOR. 6

Ditto, gilt top. 6 6 o Reid's (Mayne) Books, 36 vols., crown 8vo, Illustrated. o Shakespeare (Routledge's Illustrated), Edited by HOWARD STAUNTON,

3 vols., super-royal 8vo, cloth.

Library Edition, Edited by HOWARD STAUNTON, 6 vols., demy 8vo, cloth.

With 45 Steel Plates 6 vols., demy 8vo, cloth gilt.

(Edition de Luxe), 824 Illustrations, 15 vols., imp. 8vo. See page

of Catalogue, Part I. o 14

o Smedley (Frank), 4 vols., cloth. o 7 6 Smollett (Tobias), 3 vols., crown Svo, Roxburghe. Oro 6

3 vols., crown Svo, with plates, cloth. 3 3

6 vols., Hand-made Paper Edition. 4 7 6 Waverley, Novels, the Steel Plate Edition, with the Author's Notes,

25 vols., cloth.

Florin Edition, 25 vols., red cloth. 5 6

13 vols., including "Tales of a Grandfather," cloth gilt.

Guinea Edition, 4 vols, cloth.
0 15 0 Wetherell's (Miss), 6 vols., Illustrated, cloth gilt.
7 o Whitefriars (the Author of), 9 vols., cloth.

o Wood's (Rev. J. G.) Natural History Library, 6 vols., post Svo.
6 Yates (Edmund), 15 vols., cloth.

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194. BIRTHDAY BOOKS. Paste

Cloth Cloth Morocco. Calf. Grain. Wood.

gilt. plain. Boards. d. d. d. s. d.

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2 6 16
Blue Ribbon

O 3 6 Bulwer-Lytton

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6 2 3 6 Fortune.Telling

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3 6 Irving, Henry..

3 6 3 6 ... 2 6 6 ... 1 6 Keble.......

o 6 3 6 Longfellow, by C. Dixox... 2 6 I 6

Ditto C. F. Bates... 3 6 3 6 ... 2 6 ... 16 ... I 6 Ditto

32mo

o ...6 ... 3 6 Lowell

2 6 3 6 Moore

6 I 6 My Book of Friends

6 6 3 6 ... 2 6 ... I 6 Scripture, 32mo.....

0 o 6 3 6 Ditto 24mo.....

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35. 6d.

195. BARNES' (Rev. Albert) NOTES ON THE OLD AND NEW

TESTAMENT, Dr. CUMMING'S EDITION, super-royal 16mo. (In ordering, state whether the Single or Double Volumes are required. It is especially necessary in writing through Agents, to specify CUMMING'S EDITION.")

SINGLE VOLUMES. Gospels of Matthew and Mark, i vol., Thessalonians, Timothy, Titus and 25. 60.

[25. 6d.

Philemon, I vol., 25, 6d. Gospels of Luke and John, 1 vol., Hebrews, I vol., 25. 6d. Acts of the Apostles, 1 vol., 25. 6d. James, Peter, John and Jude, i vol., Romans, I vol., 25. 6d. First Corinthians, 1 vol., 25. 6d.

Revelation, i vol., 45. 60. Second Corinthians and Galatians,

Book of Isaiah, 3 vols., 9s. I vol., 25. 6d.

Book of Job, in 2 vols., 6s. Ephesians, Philippians and Colos.

Book of Daniel, in 2 vols., 75. sians, 1 vol., 25. 6d.

DOUBLE VOLUMES. The Four Gospels, 45. 6d.

Revelation, with Map, &c., Acts and Romans, 4s. 6d.

Book of Isaiah, 3 vols., 9s. Corinthians and Galatians, 4s. 6d. Book of Job, 5s, 6d. Ephesians to Philemon, 45. 6d.

Book of Daniel, 6s. 6d. Hebrews and General Epistles, 5s. 6d.

45. 6d

ROUTLEDGE'S POCKET LIBRARY.

IN MONTHLY VOLUMES, [List on Page 63 Cut or uncut edges, 1s. ; uncut edges, with gilt tops, 1s. 6d. ;

or red roan, 2s. 6d. each. Postage, 2d.

MORLEY'S UNIVERSAL LIBRARY.
RE-ISSUE IN 3s. 6d. MONTHLY VOLUMES. (List on Page 18.
Cloth, gilt top. Each 3s. 6d. volume will contain three of the is. vols. on page 62.

THE POCKET VOLUME EDITION OF
LORD LYTTON'S NOVELS.

IN MONTHLY VOLUMES, [List on Page 58. Royal 16mo, paper cover, cut or uncut edges, 1s. ; cloth, marbled sides, cut or uncut

edges, ls. 6d. ; half-bound, gilt top, cut or uncut edges, 2s. ROUTLEDGE'S EXCELSIOR SERIES.

IN MONTHLY VOLUMES, (List on Page 43 In crown 8vo, cloth, cut or uncut edges, price 2s. each. Postage, 4d. ROUTLEDGE'S POPULAR LIBRARY OF

STANDARD AUTHORS.
IN MONTHLY VOLUMES. [List on Page 16.

Large crown 8vo, cloth, 3s. 6d. ROUTLEDGE'S FLORIN NOVELS. Strongly bound in red cloth, coloured edges ; well suited for Naval, Military and Public

Libraries; crown 8vo, 2s, each. Postage, 4d. [List on Page 40

RE-ISSUE OF WOOD'S ILLUSTRATED NATURAL HISTORY. With Coloured Illustrations. In Half-Crown Monthly Parts, about 144 pages in each and three Full-page Plates; printed in the highest style of Chromo-Lithography,

Commencing in July, 1888. L I T T L E W I DE-A W A K E: AN ILLUSTRATED MAGAZINE FOR GOOD CHILDREN

Price Threepence Monthly. Postage, Id. The Subscription for a Year (payable in advance) is THREE SHILLINGS, including postage. P.0.0. on Chief Office. E VER Y BOY'S MAGAZINE, Edited by EDMUND ROUTLEDGE, F.R.G.S. Monthly, 60.

Postage, ld. Subscription for a Year, Sıx Shillings, including poslage. Payable (in advance) by P.O.O. on Chief Office.

GEORGE ROUTLEDGE & SONS, London, Glasgow and New York.

J. OGDEN AND CO. LIMITED, PRINTERS, GREAT SAFFRON HILI, B,C.

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A few copies only on hand, printed on rough-edged hand-made paper,

Price One Shilling, post free,

CORRESPONDENCE

BETWEEN

A. M. CUNYNGHAME, Head of the Post Office in Scotland, and
W. W. HALLIBURTON, Head Clerk of the Department,

on the one part,
and JAS. H. RUTHERFURD, Bookseller, Kelso,

on the other part, ARISING FROM THE CHANGING OF THE SPELLING OF THE NAME RUTHERFURD INTO RUTHERFORD, AND THE CONSEQUENT NON-DELIVERY OF TELEGRAMS.

This brochure is considered of such interest that copies of it have been procured (by demand) for preservation in the Libraries of the British Museum; Cambridge, Oxford, and Dublin Universities ; and Advocates' Library of Edinburgh. One of the Librarians writes :" It is a splendid exposure of official mangerism.”

EXTRACT FROM LEADER IN MANCHESTER GUARDIAN.

“ In the working of the vast machinery of the Post and Telegraph Offices some of the wheels will at times work rustily or get out of gear. Nor can the abiding vice of the bureaucratic mind--that of mistaking form for substance-be excluded either from great or small offices. But red-tape sometimes meets more than its match in a caustic and indignant victim. Such is Mr. James H. Rutherfurd, the publisher and bookseller of Kelso, who has printed in a form that booklovers will admire a lengthy correspondence with the heads of the Scottish Post Office arising out of the non-delivery of a telegram. Seventy octavo pages adorned with foc similes of the signatures of the combatants on such a topic may seem a “Much Ado about Nothing ;" but the officials of the Post Office as they survey these thirty-two letters of wordy warfare must bitterly regret-to themselves, if they do not to the world—the failure to deliver Mr. Rutherfurd's telegram."

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