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A New Atlas that meets the
Needs alike of the Student and
the Man of Affairs

The Times
SURVEY ATLAS
OF THE WORLD

The Times Atlas, prepared at the Edinburgh Geographical In-
stitute under the direction of J. G. Bartholomew, is an entirely
new work prepared for the benefit of educated men and women
who through the events of the last few years have come to feel
the need of an absolutely accurate and up-to-date Atlas.

Its 112 double-page plates contain a representation of several
hundred thousand original survey sheets of all parts of the world,
and the most recent improvements in the art of map produc-
tion have been employer in their preparation, regardless of
labour and expense.

The Gazetteer Index, containing over two hundred thousand
place names, is in itself a complete and invaluable geographical
directory.

For full information about this great work, which for many
years to come will be regarded as the Standard Atlas of the
World, write to

The Times (Educational Sales Department), Printing House
Square, London, E.C.4.

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Send a remittance to-day, and add this
magnificent work to your shelves.

Printed and Published by THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
Printing House Square, London, E.0.4.-January 14, 1922.

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NOTES AND QUERIES:

A Medium of Intercommunication

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LITERARY MEN, GENERAL READERS, ETC.

"When found, make a note of."-CAPTAIN CUTTLE.

No. 197. [

FOR

TWELFTH
SERIES.

JANUARY 21, 1922.

A New Atlas that meets the
Needs alike of the Student and
the Man of Affairs

PRICE SIXPENCE
Post free 7d.
Registered as a Newspaper.

The Times
SURVEY ATLAS
OF THE WORLD

The Times Atlas, prepared at the Edinburgh Geographical In-
stitute under the direction of J. G. Bartholomew, is an entirely
new work prepared for the benefit of educated men and women
who through the events of the last few years have come to feel
the need of an absolutely accurate and up-to-date Atlas.
Its 112 double-page plates contain a representation of several
hundred thousand original survey sheets of all parts of the world,
and the most recent improvements in the art of map produc-
tion have been employer in their preparation, regardless of
labour and expense.

The Gazetteer Index, containing over two hundred thousand
place names, is in itself a complete and invaluable geographical
directory.

For full information about this great work, which for many
years to come will be regarded as the Standard Atlas of the
World, write to

The Times (Educational Sales Department), Printing House
Square, London, E.C.4.

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Send a remittance to-day, and add this magnificent work to your shelves.

Printed and Published by THE TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED,
Printing House Square, London, E.0.4.-January 14, 1922.

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A Medium of Intercommunication

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"When found, make a note of."-CAPTAIN CUTTLE.

FOR

No. 197. [TWELFTH

SERIES.

JANUARY 21, 1922.

A New Atlas that meets the
Needs alike of the Student and
the Man of Affairs

PRICE SIXPENCE
Post free 7d.
Registered as a Newspaper.

The Times
SURVEY ATLAS
OF THE WORLD

The Times Atlas, prepared at the Edinburgh Geographical In-
stitute under the direction of J. G. Bartholomew, is an entirely
new work prepared for the benefit of educated men and women
who through the events of the last few years have come to feel
the need of an absolutely accurate and up-to-date Atlas.
Its 112 double-page plates contain a representation of several
hundred thousand original survey sheets of all parts of the world,
and the most recent improvements in the art of map produc-
tion have been employer in their preparation, regardless of
labour and expense.

The Gazetteer Index, containing over two hundred thousand
place names, is in itself a complete and invaluable geographical
directory.

For full information about this great work, which for many
years to come will be regarded as the Standard Atlas of the
World, write to

The Times (Educational Sales Department), Printing House
Square, London, EC.4.

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