Counsels to Authors and Hints to Advertisers. [An outline of the terms for printing and publishing offered by the firm of Judd and Glass. Compiled by James Judd and Alexander Henry Glass. With specimens of type and engraving.]

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Judd & Glass, 1856 - 43 sidor
 

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Sida 20 - WHO is this that cometh from Edom, with dyed garments from Bozrah? this that is glorious in his apparel, travelling in the greatness of his strength? I that speak in righteousness, mighty to save.
Sida 18 - The boy was mounted ; and they had not got Much further on, before another knot, Just as the ass was pacing by, pad, pad, Cried, " 0 I that lazy booby of a lad ! How unconcernedly the gaping brute Lets the poor aged fellow walk a-foot.
Sida 18 - em sense to ride ! Asses all three ! " And thus the country folks, On man and boy, began to cut their jokes. Th' old fellow minded nothing that they said, But ev'ry word stuck in the young one's head ; And thus began their comment thereupon : — " Ne'er heed 'em, lad." " Nay, father, do get on." " Not I, indeed."
Sida 18 - Th' old fellow minded nothing that they said, But every word stuck in the young one's head; And thus began their comment thereupon; " Ne'er heed 'em, lad." " Nay, father, do get on." " Not I, indeed." " Why then, let me, I pray." " Well do : and see what prating tongues will say.
Sida 10 - And they said unto him, Thus saith Hezekiah, This day is a day of trouble, and of rebuke, and of blasphemy: for the children are come to the birth, and there is not strength to bring forth.
Sida 35 - ... and improve the advantages it offers. Foremost among these is the facility now so cheaply afforded for general advertising. To neglect it is like resolving never to travel by steam nor communicate by telegraph. It is to close one's eyes to the light, and insist upon living in perpetual darkness. An individual may do this at his own cost ; but a community — a class, will never act so insanely ; and he who neglects the advantages of advertising not only robs himself of his fair advantages, but...
Sida 18 - As they were jogging on, a rural class Was heard to say, " Look! look there, at that ass! And those two blockheads trudging on each side, That have not, either of 'em, sense to ride ; Asses all three!" And thus the country folks On man and boy began to cut their jokes. Th' old fellow minded nothing that they said, But every word stuck in the young one's head; And thus began their comment thereupon:
Sida 35 - ... at a profit, and at the same time sell as cheaply as his more enterprising and capable rivals. In effect, he confesses defeat and incapacity, and retreats to the rear-rank of his vocation. Some men who...
Sida 35 - Foremost among these is the facility -*i(6w so cheaply afforded for general advertising. To neglect it is like resolving never to travel by steam nor communicate by telegraph. It is to close one's eyes to the light and insist upon living in perpetual darkness. An individual may do this at his own cost ; but a community — a class, will never act so insanely ; and he who neglects the advantages of advertising, not only robs himself of his fair advantages, but bestows the spoils on his wiser rivals.
Sida 18 - Stop," cried the lad, still vexed in deeper mind, " Stop, father, stop ; let me get on behind." This done, they thought they certainly should please, Escape reproaches, and be both at ease ; For having tried each practicable way, What could be left for jokers now to say ? Still disappointed...

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