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OCT. 1, 1866.

Colored Toy Books, Primers, and Juveuiles.

DAVIS, PORTER, & COATES, Publishers and Wholesale Dealers in Children's Books,

• 21 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia,

Have now ready a new Catalogue of their splendid assortment of attractive Colored Books just prepared for this season's trade, which they will send to any applicant. It embraces a most desirable variety of

ALPHABETS, PRIMERS, TOY BOOKS, AND BOUND JUVENILE BOOKS, all just manufactured at the reduced rates, and will be sold at proportionately low prices.

In addition to our own list of sixteen pages, we keep on hand a large assortment of the most desirable publications for Children, in sets or singly, which are offered on the best terms.

Special terms offered to Jobbers to deal in our Books. We shall be glad to have a call from those visiting Philadelphia.

Sample lots to any amount sent to any address.

Messrs. TRÜBNER & CO., 60 Paternoster Row, London, For more than twelve years have been mainly instrumental in bringing before the literary and scientific public of Europe the best productions of the mind of America, and they continue to offer, as heretofore, all the facilities of their old and valued connection, both at home and abroad, to promote, through approved and well-tried channels, the sale of works intrusted to them by their friends in America.

Messrs. TRUBNER & Co. supply English and Foreign (Old and Modern) Books, Periodicals, Newspapers, etc., and everything connected with Literature, Science, and the Arts, on advantageous terms, and will be happy to enter into correspondence with Librarians and Booksellers in the United States requiring an efficient European agency.

Messrs. CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN,

OF LONDON,
HAVE ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY IN NEW YORK CITY
For the sale of their Publications in the United States.

THEY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO SUPPLY
Electrotypes of Illustrations from their Serial Publications—"Cassell's Family Paper," "The Quiver,"

"The Working Man," and other works—at favorable prices.

CASSELL, PETTER & GALPIN, London and New York,
WALTER LOW, 596 Broadway, New York,

= OCT. 1, 1866.

EDW. G. ALLEN'S LONDON AGENCY

FOR

AMERICAN LIBRARIES,

(Established 40 years.)

FORMERLY RICH.

Books of Every Class and Language

PROMPTLY SUPPLIED

AT A SMALL COMMISSION ON THE NET COST,

With every trade allowance.

Supplies of British and Foreign Catalogues always on hand.

EDW. G. ALLEN'S
London Jgency for American Libraries,
12 Tavistock Row, Covent Garden,

LONDON.

OCT. 1, 1866.

SIMON STEVENS,

New York.

B. F. STEVENS,

London,

Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS,
17 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden,

London, W. O., Have established an American and Foreign Commission House for Publishing, Bookselling, and the execution generally of

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC ORDERS, both for Import and Export, and have undertaken the continuance of the current miscellaneous business of their brother, MR. HENRY STEVENS, of 4 TRAFALGAR SQUARE, which was commenced in 1845.

In the execution of orders for the purchase or sale of early printed and scarce books they will have the benefit of the advice and long bibliographical experience of MR. HENRY STEVENS, who, as heretofore, devotes himself to the purchase and sale of rare books. Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS are the special agents of the

Ynternational Library Exchange, established by the "American Geographical and Statistical Society of New York," and are constantly making consignments through that Institution of

BOOKS, MAPS, PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS, MAGAZINES, &c., for Departments of the U. S. Government, Public Institutions, Libraries, Colleges, and Incorporated Societies.

Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS are honored with the special Agency of several American and British Institutions.

Parcels of a literary or scientific character presented by Institutions or individuals in the United States or Canada to individuals or Institutes in Great Britain or on the Continent, are received and distributed with punctuality and economy.

LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, AND MISCELLANEOUS ORDERS

from private individuals will be executed with care and promptitude, and the goods forwarded to any part of the United States or Canada direct, or in the absence of special instructions, through their usual channels.

All Parcels for America, including weekly packages for France and Germany, are forwarded under special arrangements by the INMAN STEAMERS, sailing every Wednesday from Liverpool. Consignments from America are made by the same line every Saturday from New York. Messrs. STEVENS BROTHERS desire to purchase one copy of every

Book, Pamphlet, or Magazine (not a reprint) published in America. They desire also to procure two copies of all

Reports of every Railroad, Canal, Coal, Petroleum, Steamboat, Bank, or any other Incorporated Company in America.

OCT. 1, 1866. =

NEW BOOKS.

ORANGE JUDD & CO., Agricultural and Rural Book Publi:

41 PARK ROW, NEW YORK,

HAVE JUST PUBLISHED

PEAT AND ITS USES. By Prof. S. W. JOHNSON, of Yale College. Part I.

Origin, Varieties, and Chemical Character of Peat. Part II. On the Agricultural Uses of Peat

and Swamp Muck. · Part III. On Peat as Fuel. QUINBY'S MYSTERIES OF BEE-KEEPING. (Entirely rewritten.) By

M. Quinby. This book is the result of thirty-five years' practical experience. 12mo., 348 pp., $1 50.

BRECK'S NEW BOOK OF FLOWERS. Fully Illustrated. By JOSEPH BRECK,

Practical Horticulturist. 12mo., 480 pp., $1 75. RIVERS' MINIATURE FRUIT GARDEN. Illustrated. By Thomas RIVERS.

First American, from the thirteenth English edition. 12mo., 132 pp., $1. MY VINEYARD AT LAKEVIEW; or, Successful Grape Culture. By

A WESTERN GRAPE GROWER. 12mo., 143 pp., bevelled boards, $1 25. SAUNDERS? DOMESTIC POULTRY. Revised and enlarged. By Simon M.

SAUNDERS. Fully Illustrated. 12mo., 168 pp., paper 40 cents; cloth, 75.

DIR.

IN PREPARATION: AMERICAN POMOLOGY. Part I. APPLES. By Dr. John A. WARDER. BARRY'S FRUIT GARDEN. Thoroughly revised edition. By P. BARRY. MARKET AND FAMILY GARDENING. By a well known Practical Gar

dener of New Jersey. SMALL FRUIT CULTURIST. By ANDREW S. FULLER, author of "Grape

Culturist,” and “Strawberry Culturist.” PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC GARDENING. By WILLIAM N. WAITE,

of Athens, Ga., editor of the “Southern Cultivator," and author of “Gardening for the South."

All the above books will be thoroughly illustrated, and will prove standards in the various departments with which they are connected, as the authors are practical as well as scientific men, and understand the subjects which they write about.

0. J. & Co. publish about one hundred books on Agricultural and Rural subjects, and will be adding to the number from time to time. LIBERAL DISCOUNTS will be made to the Trade, from whom Orders are solicited.

ORANGE JUDD & CO.,

41 Park Row, New York.

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GEORGE W. CHILDS, PUBLISHER, Nos. 628 & 630 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.

PHILADELPHIA, OCTOBER 15, 1866.

CONTENTS.

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OUR CONTINENTAL CORRESPONDENCE

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NOTES ON BOOKS AND BOOKSELLERS ....
OBITUARY .............

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PERIODICALS .............

................... BOOK NOTICES .....

............ ANNOUNCEMENTS ....

.................. 292 BOOKS WANTED : ......

....................... 293
LIST OF BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES 293
LIST OF BOOKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED IN THE UNITED STATES,

BUT MANUFACTURED ABROAD......................................... 295
WORKS RECENTLY PUBLISHED IN GREAT BRITAIN ............... 295

...... 310

LIST OF ADVERTISERS. Allen, Eds. G. ........... ........ 322 Huntington, F. J. & Co. ..................... 311 | Scribner, Chas. & Co....

301 American Sunday School Union ........... 319 Hurd & Houghton .................. 297, 298, 299 Scribner, Welford & Co. ................ 300, 308 Appleton, D. & Co. ...... ......... 302, 303, 316 Johnston, Robert H. & Co.......

.. 320 Steiger, E. .............

........ 519 Barnes, A. S. & Co. .... .......... 318, 320 Kelly & Piet...................

Stevens Brothers........................... 323 Blelock & Co.............

......... 309 Kirkland, W. S. & Co. .............. 317 Sheldon & Co...................... 306, 307, 320 Broughton & Wyman.... .. 309 | Little, Brown & Co..

324 Ticknor & Fields ...

............... 296 Carleton 810 Moore & Nims..........

Trabner & Co. ....

321 Cassell, Petter & Galpin......

Moore, Wilstach & Baldwin ...

...... 311 Virtue & Yorston ...... Cummiskey, Eugene...... 318 Nelson, Thomas & Sons ........ ...... 319 Walter Low ........

........... 303 Dick & Fitzgerald ......

Peterson, T. B. & Brothers ..... 312, 313, 314 315 Waters, James S. & Son.................... 318 Draper & Halliday ......

318 Presbyterian Board of Publication .......... Whitney, H. M.... Eyre & Spoltiswoode ....

321
Reinwald, Charles

Widdleton,.............

305, 317 Garrigues, J. C. & Co. ...

.. 319 | Routledge, George & Sons......

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RATES OF ADVERTISING.
One Page, each insertion ...........$20.00 Quarter Page, each insertion........$7.00
Half Page, “ “ ........... 12.00 | Eighth Page, “ “ ........ 4.00

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CHARLES MUQUARDT, Brussels.
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ALBERT DETKEN, Naples.
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Subscriptions or Advertisements for the " American Literary Gazette" will be received by the above Agents, and they will forward

to the Editor any Books or Publications intended for notice.

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