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Trade Changes. I
= r- iwA KnnkseUer Mr ' Rpi . ler John Stabiou stationer Whitehead *;* , , & vov c . , , who at ab . A n , pp for jjjileby . cujr the , , past Westmore tt cDbi thirty uuiciauu lan years d , , has iitws , has admitted auiuii carried tcu iiuu into on business partnershi pai ui ^ i as oiiip a p his ilia printer son sun , ,,
Alexander Charles . The business will in future be carried on under the style of Messrs . J . Whitehead & Son .
has The been business purchased of the by late Mr . Mr J . . F Herman . Schipper "Rothe , who , fine has art for publisher many years , King been Street connected , Co vent with Garden the , firm C ommencing with the new year , the style and title will be Messrs . J . F . Schipper & Co .
Mr . J- N . Dunn , bookseller , stationer , & c iavour , of Notting oi ivxr ham , has retire iiiotii d from the business
with which he nas oeen so long connecxea . xvopert juaino .
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and [ We prevent print their the buy following ing books letter which , in the may hope be unexpectedl that it may y left be of on use their to some hands . of — our Ed . friends P . C ] ,
To the Editor of ' The Publishers * Circular . * Sir Sir — —On On tne the 330 i > tth n ot of jjecemoer December we we received received a a cara card , , as as - "written written from irom the tne Charing snaring cre Cress ss lioiei Hotel on on
that date , , but posted in the Northern district , as follows : — 4 Mrs . Bagshaw will thank "Messrs . to procure for her by 10 ? Stories a . m . Monday the morning Catechism the following
boo k * for which she will call on her way to Waterloo Station . ' on , " 2 sets of 4 3 " vo Mack lumes , , Bishop by the of Kev Our . Knox Days " Little ( Wells ( Pal Gardner mer ) ) ; ' ; Count 2 " Herr up Baby the Sunny " ( Macmillan Days , " 6 ) . cop Charing ies ( Wells Cross Gardner Hotel ) : ;
Dec . 30 th , . ' Some twelve months ago we were made victims by a similar card for copies of ' Knox Little ' s Stories ,
vhich since ; we so had we thou to buy ght it in worth speciall while y ( not to having send to them the Charing in stock ) Cross , and we Hotel have and been make sad inquiries lied with after them ever this Mrs . Bagshawand were informed that no one of that name was on their list ; consequently we took no
further notice of , the card than to wait and see whether this lady would call at the appointed timo , whom , it is We needless think to that say , such never an appeared attempt . to victimise should be exposed % 4 Has the v «««^ Trade anywhere el % /* fc se * % s been
f » V L AJ JIJA . llldb DUVil Oil Obt \ I- * - * V \ S V SK * % / M M . MM MKJK / t ?* a V % + A V * ^< - S > | - ^ ^* -r ^/ V « . ^ . ^ . «^*^ . 4 . A « w ^««^ «« i »^ fruwAV WVU favoured with similar Christmas cards r ? Perhaps the insertion of this in the Publishers Circular may
bring it out . x ours truly ,
I Books Received :
I Books Received :
I I Fro and m Messrs Chicago . ) A . . 8 ' Cours . Barnes de Fra A Co nco . is ( New d ' apres York la
I Methode Nature ] le . * A volume of ' Woman ' s I Series for the Modern Languages / which may
I certainly certainly claim claim to to be he compiled ftimnilarl on on aan . n attractive n . ttrn . ct \ vf > I I direct princip appeal le , for to it bases a pictorial its instruction illustration ' of pon the
I object mentioned . ' The woodcuts are far above the I I average tionand of the school % little -book book s , bot will h in be sty found le and to
execu-_ , j -... ' «• */•_• , AiLtAW IL ^ V / V / XK FT 114 U \ J AV / UUV 4 tv go Oa I I menta long way ry education towards providing in the tongue a royal of our road versati to e ! e le - / I neighbo neii'hlxmrR urs .
Fr Messrs . Browne & Nolan ( Dublin )— ' The
I ^ Trop Not , uiee es , , es chiefly cnieny of Euri intended intended pides , with for for Revision School Schoolss ' ' of bv by Text . Robert Kobert arid
the Ulverton G ~ -roek — " ¦ T chair " yrrell •«*¦* in * Jm . Trinity Xlllllljr Professor College V / UllO Tyrrell ^ O , , Dublin JLJUUtlU , who , f fills has Una ltodth " 1
I ? he believes k . e it ition to be of more the suitable Trojan Dames for school / becaus - e H poses PO 8 C 8 than thnn the tViA play nlatr s edited ,. A ' . * - ~ A by Vx .. P x >^_ which u : « u pur
I commonl S of y taken the & as eAt the »« best thop representati . In orson the , ' on Troad of the are es '
I * ^ v " ^ l ^ J ned l or a T higher yrrell other perfection maintains workfl ? bile of that lite Euri rary to its p execution ides contents has
I I I L J 3 J TV 8 ^ ^ ° ^ 1 nothin S nays to 8 * re t hat to the » h © texfc ¦ olog has ise flrst as found for and . The the much n ° tes to
I I admlli jritT 8 ° ' ? and y of the the special »» troduction readings the he editor has
I thU b ^ d rever an ^ «^ pl « nation is needed on
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Fr ^¦^^ B /> m the ^^ v w same ^^ v p ^^ b . —* Select - - ^^ - ^^ - — - ^ ^— Satire — — — - — ¦ — s of — — Horace ¦ — — — — / edited — — " ^ ^— — — — — H ^^ — ^ ^^ ^^ p ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^^ ^^^ ^ y ,
Joh with n I i . ntroduction Bearp , B . , A . note The s , and chief appendices value of , tliisi by work lies in the notes , which are unusually full
and in this comp respect lete . The he may author bo charged expresses with a fear diffuse lest - nessbut he appears to uson the contraryonly
to have , given the student all , the aids to a correct , poss understanding ible to supp of ly . the The text Fati wh res ich chosen it w ^ are uld —I be .,
IV VI . ., , VI and ., VIII IX ., ., from from the the second first book book ; . and I ., 11 ^ From Me sera . Burn ¦ s & Oates . — ' The Twr penny
^^^ ^^ —^ ^ ^ ^ ^^^^^^ p ^ pv - ^^ ' ¦^^ ^ ^ ^^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ " —¦ — - — — — - - ^^ — - — H _ j Mass Book . ' A Church which appeals largely to the emotional side of the human character , and which uses art in its pictorial developments as a
rate means s illustration of reaching in the its feelings service , book naturall s for y i popular ncorponseand the Twopenny Mass Book * is a case in
effect shi point M ^^^ % ^ ppers , H ^ . W ^ B ^ B will ^*^ W Its during ^^ ^^ ¦ - ^^ ^ B ^ naturally devotions t f ^ H * Mass W V ^^ ^ H ^ ^^ ^^ are ^ be intended W ^ a intensified ll illustrated — for ^^ use b , and t by he their wor en - - ^^ y
gravings the with l execution which the of which book we abounds can , ive and un to - genera g qualified praise .
From Messrs . Casaell , Petter , & , Qalpin . —' The Shakspere Reading Book : ' being seventeen of
Shakspere public ' s read Play i s ngs , abrid . By ged H for . Courthope the use of Bowen school , * M and . A . The h rm bard of Stratford ¦ has submitted to many ___ - _
^¦^^ ^ »* ^**^ m ^^^ ^^ ^ r ^* r * ^ ^ ' •*» ^ ^^ ' ^ ^ *— — — —^ ^ — ~— — ^ - ^ — -- - . ' cuts' from tvetors and editors , but probably in ^ no case have hi « works been bo abridged in a more defensive fashionor with a worthier object
, than to bring them within the compaffs of school '
Publishers’ Circular (1880-1890), Jan. 16, 1882, page 9, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/pc/issues/tec_16011882/page/9/