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lowest ^ 7 estimate ^ 7 100 mil V lions of , francs ( £ 4000000 ) and , giving direct or indirect
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the safety and speed of ships , and becomes , therefore , > a factor of the first rank . of general « - »
progress . It is in a great measure owing to the brave exertions of yachting men that we owe the great speed attained by Atlantic
steamers at the present day . ' The Librairie Mustre ' e has just issued the
first half-volume of the ' New Modern Geography of the Five Parts of the World' by
0 . de Varigny . The work is illustrated , with numerous engravings and mapsand will be
completed in ten half-volumes to , be published monthly .
illus M tra . E ted . Dentu , of has Henri published Monnier a new ' s editi ' Scenes on ,
Populaires . ' Count Dillon ' s late SecretaryM . J .
, Lamouroux , publishes through M . Albert Savine * One Year ' s Exile' ( Brussels and
house London has ) , with also Letters issued and ' Le Documents Tombeau . This des
M the illiards origin , ' b and y Paul progress Ponsolle of , M whic . de h narrates Lesseps '
unfortunate project , the Panama Canal . ' Le Prince Imperial—Napole ' on IV' is the
which title of will a new be work told the by Coun life-story t d'Herisson of the late , in
regretted ill-fated Prince Imperial . M . Paul Ollendorff is the publisher . 'Ce ' sar Cascabel' the new romance by M .
Jules Verne , with 85 , illustrations by Georges Riouwill be published in 15 bi-weekly parts
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volume of the Illustrated Edition of Jules Verne ' s works will be published on November 10 .
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nounce Ernst the Keil's letion Successors of the collec ( Leipzi ted ) illus an- - comp x
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100 illustrations , and 3 maps , , second edition , with a preface by Major von Wissmann . This
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t October he age KJ part of ei , gKm with ? hteen a , portrait is postponed A A of , Lassalle for the at
an present interestin . This sam article e part on , however Prince Bismarck , contains g ,
Duke of Lauenberg ; entitled , ' The Great Man and his Contemporaries . '
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October , by Herr W . Hertz , ot Berlin
I I 7 O The Publishers' Circular Oct. I,...
i i 7 o The Publishers' Circular Oct . i , 1890
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Boofej ^ e ^ of To-. XL—MR . GEORGE PHILLIPSON , J . P .
It is a mistake to imagine that the cream of the bookselling trade is confined to the West
End . Some of the aristocratic suburbs and leading watering-places can boast of
establishhandsome ments equal ly ly as well any stocked of the , and new fitt bookselling ed quite as
li premises ttle town in the chiefl City . no Thoug table h an because old-fashioned of its , y
years situation been a the spot Thames favoured , Kingston by the nobility has for
to and Ham even pton by royal Court ty , aiding the proximi it in ty this of the respect town .
ps exhibited Consequen xVnhitfifl b hv tly the f . there hfi tradesmen frftfifism has bee ftn n of of much the thft town town enterprise and ana ,
than there the is record no y better of Mr personal . G . Philli example the of , well this - pson
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young man of twenty-one , this gentleman saw the noint oppor of view tunities and of devoted the town much from labour labour a trading and
cap point ital 01 to view the , founding , and devoted of a business much which anu has since f TT enormousl V / A / AAJLV and been ¦* favoured —
** Frederick Frederick - } M y . MM . W the > grown --- | custom JL . V ^ , JIJL the the of JJuchess Duchess JIVA the Queen * * J •* y ¦ 1 or of , H * Albany Albanv -V , * . * . the ^ - » T * -r ~ lat * - * . « e and ana Emperor - - uum other
royal representative and distinguished , called \ % >\ \ J % at personages the close of , . the % jm When day our he
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sanctum in the rear . y Displaying a kindly affabilit n . ffn . hilit . v . which wliic . h has ha . R undoubtedly undoubtedly done done muw much *
. Jfhillipson to Phillmson earn y for , . him in in a a voice voice a widespread which which is is low low popularity but out h imp » , Mr ^ " d . "
sive , gave such particulars of his life aud business career as he imagined necessary . He
said 4 1 X : was WU » born UUX 1 JL in Jill XO 1829 ^ i / tlllVA and ou educa uvwwvv ted . . at --the j also
at hun Grammar ^ ter Clewer was School usher " House . , Kingston , I Windsor consider -on , it where - a Thames great Mr honour . , lod '
even to remember him / * Were you apprenticed to the bookselling
trade , Mr . Phillipson I' _______ - ^ A
Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890), Oct. 1, 1890, page 1170, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/pc/issues/tec_01101890/page/10/