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MAGAZINE READERS, COMPLETE YOUR SETS. CHAS. A. MILLER, 80 Nassau St. (Basement) N. Y.

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He has also on hand a large assortment of RARE AND VALUABLE BOOKS, which, together with an extensive collection of NEW AND SECOND-HAND BOOKS, are now offered at very low prices. Books and Magazines bought. Libraries purchased. Country Orders attended to with dispatch. Call and examine his stock. Remember the Book-Hive, No. 80 Nassuu Street, New York, between Fulton and John Streets (formely at 76 Nassau Street). P. S.Letters of inquiry must be accompanied by a Stamp.

Bibliopolist

ROBERT CLARKE & CO.'S

OHIO VALLEY HISTORICAL SERIES.

Under this general title, it is proposed to publish a series of works relating to the Early History of the Valley watered by the Ohio River and its tributaries—including Western Pennsylvania, Western Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois--and embracing its aboriginal history, the French and English intrigues and wars for its possession, the travels and journals of early explorers and missionaries, its early settlement by the whites, their contests with the Indians, etc. This we hope to accomplish by the collection and publication of some, at least, of the large amount of materials for history now scattered among the various pioneer families, precariously preserved in the gatherings of collectors, or hidden away in State or county archives; and also by reprinting some of the early works of interest relating to the Western country, which have been long out of print and rare.

We would be pleased also to communicate with any person who possesses unpublished manuscripts in whatever form, which come within the scope of the series of publications. All old papers, such as letters, journals, autobiographies, biographical sketches, accounts of early settlements, plans, surveys, etc., are exceedingly useful to us for editorial reference. We would be glad to have the loan of such papers to copy. They will be carefully preserved and returned to their owners as soon as they can be copied.

We have now ready the first of the reprints, viz : Bouquet's Expedition against the Ohio Indians in 1764. By Dr. William

Smith. Published in 1765..

With a preface by Francis Parkman, author of "Conspiracy of Pontiac,” etc., and a translation of Dumas' Biographical Sketch of General Bouquet.

The map and plates are finely reproduced by the Phoco-Lithographic Process.

One volume, octavo, finely printed on tinted paper, neatly bound in English cloth, gilt top, and uncut edges, or entirely uncut. Price, .$3.00,

A few large paper copies have been printed on extra heavy tinted paper, bound in cloth, gilt top, and uncut edges, or entirely uncut. Price, $5.00.

Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the price.

IN PRESS.

History of Athens County, Ohio, with an account of the Formation of the Ohio Land

Company, and their Proceedings; the Settlement of Marietta ; the Organization of Washington and Athens Counties; Reminiscences of Pioneers; Social, Political, and Personal Annals, etc. By Charles M. Walker. With map and portraits.

One large octavo volume, finely printed on tinted paper, neatly bound in cloth, gilt top, or entirely uncut Price, $6.00.

A few large paper copies on heavier paper, with proof impressions of the plates. Price, $10.00.

IV PREPARATION.

Dr. Daniel Drake's Reminiscential Letters to his Children. A faithful and

graphic Description of Pioneer Life. Edited, with a Memoir, by his son, Hon. Charles D. Drake, of St. Louis.

For prospectuses address,
ROBERT CLARKE & CO., Publishers,

65 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, O.

NEW CHRISTMAS BOOK.

THE BIRD.

By JULES MICHELET, Author of “ HISTORY OF FRANCE,” Etc.

This beautiful volume is illustrated by two hundred and ten exquisite engravings, by

GIACOMELLI, Dore's collaborateur on his celebrated Bible.

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“Paris, 10th January, 1868. "GENTLEMEN : I have hitherto had no faith in translations, but your excellent translator has reconciled me to them. As far as I can judge, his work is exceedingly well done.

“The illustrations are admirably printed, with a softness rarely shown in our French engravings.

“I am much flattered by the extreme care you have bestowed upon my book, and Madame Michelet is also delighted to see it so beautifully produced. Accept of our thanks and cordial greeting. To THOMAS Nelson & Sons."

“J. MICHELET. Copies mailed free on receipt of price. THOS. NELSON & SONS,

137 Grand Street, N. Y.

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