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NATIONAL QUARTERLY REVIEW ADVERTISER.
Library University of Texas Austin, Texas
DARLEY'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION,
With Illustrations on Steel and Wood, FROM DESIGNS BY F. O. C. DARLEY.
Crown octavo, on tinted paper, embossed cloth, with bevelled edges,
....$1 50 This beautiful Edition of COOPER'S NOVELS was commenced February 1st, 1859, and will be completed in THIRTY-TWO MONTHS from that date-a volume, containing a novel complete, being published on the first of each month. The volumes are uniform in size and binding, and each contains TWO ENGRAVINGS ON STEEL, and TWELVE SKETCHES ON WOOD, designed by DARLEY expressly for this Edition, and engraved by the first artists in the country.
NOW READY (December, 1860.)
**A Portrait of MR. COOPER, engraved from an original painting by Elliott, and a view of OTSEGO HALL, his late residence at Cooperstown, will be included in the Series.
DARLEY'S COOPER VIGNETTES.
A limited number of "Artists' Proofs before letter" have been taken from each of the beautiful Steel Vignettes, engraved from Darley's Designs for the New Illustrated Edition of Cooper's Works. These are issued in folios, each containing eight proofs, and each proof accompanied with a page of letterpress descriptive of the picture, and embellished with a design on wood. The proofs are printed with the utmost care, on India, and backed on the finest French Plate Paper. Each folio is issued in a cover of highly ornamented design, printed in tint.
Folios 1, 2, 3, and 4 are now ready for Subscribers, and the remaining four will follow at intervals of about two months. Price per folio....
W. A. TOWNSEND & CO.,
No. 46 WALKER STREET, N. Y.
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Special Attention given to Banks, and Bankers' Accounts.
THE AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL SERIES.
A FULL COURSE OF PRACTICAL AND PROGRESSIVE
School & College Text-Books,
In whole or in part Officially Adopted by the State Superintendents of Public Instruction and Boards of Education in nearly every State where any Official Examination and Adoption has been made.
THE SERIES EMBRACES
Sanders' New Readers, Spellers, &c. Robinson's Arithmetics and Algebras (New). Robinson's Higher Mathematics, Revised. Thompson's Practical Arithmetics. Wilson's Historical Series. Wells' (D. A.) Philosophy, Chemistry, Geology, and Science of Common Things. All illustrated. Wells' (W. H.) Grammar, 280th Edition, Revised. Colton and Fitch's Geographies. Gray's (Asa) Botanies, Graded, 2,500 cuts. Bradbury's School Music Books, 10 books. Fasquelle's French Series. Woodbury's German Series. Hitchcock's Anatomy and Physiology. Spencerian Penmanship. Bryant and Stratton's Bookkeeping, &c.,
SANDERS' NEW ILLUSTRATED READERS.
The Primer, First, Second, and Third Readers, have new and elegant Illustrations, and the whole Series is carefully revised and improved.
To cover the increased cost of manufacture, the Publishers are compelled to advance slightly the wholesale prices of these Improved Books, still leaving them much cheaper than corresponding books of the same grade. No change has been made in the reading matter, except to add some pages at the end of the Fourth Reader, so that the books can be used in the same classes with former editions, without any inconvenience.
ROBINSON'S COMPLETE MATHEMATICAL SERIES.
A full Mathematical Course, embracing Arithmetics, Algebras, and Text-Books in the Higher Mathematics. The Elementary Books of this Series, including the Higher Arithmetic and New Geometry and Trigonometry, are now complete. The whole Series consists of eighteen volumes of well-graded, scientific, and practical class books, adapted to every grade of scholarship, from the beginner to the College graduate.
Embracing nine Copy Books, in three distinct Series, progressively graded to meet the wants of Schools and learners of every class. The Common School Series embraces five books. The Business Series two Books, and the Ladies' Series two books. The copies in the Spencerian books are fac similes of the author's writing, and represent a business style of penmanship.
HITCHCOCK'S NEW GEOLOGY,
with nearly 300 New Illustrations [408 in all.] For the class room, family or advanced students. $1 25.
HITCHCOCK'S NEW PHYSIOLOGY & ANATOMY, 3D EDITION REVISED, with nearly 400 engravings, from American and foreign artists. "Comparative Anatomy" is much improved. $1.
FASQUELLE'S FRENCH COURSE,
revised, corrected, and issued from new electrotype plates, July, 1860.
The portion devoted to
BRYANT & STRATTON'S HIGH SCHOOL BOOKKEEPING,
beautifully printed in colors. Retail price, $1 75. The Primary and the Counting-House BookKeeping, by the same authors, are in press.
Descriptive Catalogues, of 160 pages, and the "Educational Circular," with matter interesting to Teachers, descriptions, notices, testimonials, prices, etc., sent free, on request. Liberal Terms for Specimen Copies and first supplies for Schools.
IVISON, PHINNEY & CO., Publishers,
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES,
495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
THE GROVER & BAKER MACHINE
Is simple in construction, easily learned, and with proper management never gets out of order.
Hems, Fells, Gathers and Stitches and Fastens its own Seams, thereby saving time and thread.
Sows equally well on all Fabrics, from the finest Swiss Muslin to the heaviest cloth or leather.
Sews from original Spools without re-winding, and forms a seam unsurpassed for beauty, elasti-
THE GROVER & BAKER MACHINE
Is the Double Lock Stitch which forms a seam which will not rip even if every fourth stitch is cut.
From the New York Christian Advocate and
"We speak from experience when we say, that after having tried all the principal sewing machines, we must accord to that of Grover & Baker, the pre-eminence. Those indispensable features of sewing, strength, uniformity and elasticity, all of which are brought out in this incomparable invention, make it the first sewing machine in the country. Others have their good points, but this combines all, and possesses every characteristic necessary to make it most desirable. We know one lady whose appreciation of this machine, after a trial of years, is such that she would part with almost every other article of household furniture before she would allow it to be taken. She understands the different varieties of sewing machines, and has tested the merits of all; but Grover & Baker's noiseless machine, with its firm, uniform stitch, surpasses, in her estimation, all others. In that lady's opinion we have the most unlimited confidence, her taste and judgment being excelled by none. Nor has her judgment been formed hastily. She has, with a view of thoroughly testing the merits of the different sewing machines, given the most of them a fair trial, and
the result is as above stated."
as well as of the work they turn out, we are satisfied that the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine is the best one in market for family use. It is the simplest, the least liable to get out of repair, and the easiest to understand and learn how to manage.
"Indeed, the Grover & Baker Sewing Machine is the only one that finishes its work, leaving no necessity for fastening the ends of the threads, and forming a seam that may be cut anywhere without fear of its unraveling. Further, the machine is at least as fine a piece of furniture as any of the others, and is the only one that does not make a disagreeable noise-the sound of this machine being scarcely audible across a large room. The Grover & Baker Family Sewing Machine is adapted to the manufacture of every garment ordinarily used in a family; and for domestic use, we do not hesitate to recommend it above all other machines."
From the N. Y. Daily News.
From the N. Y. Leader.
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