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DARLEY'S ILLUSTRATED EDITION,
With Yilustrations on Steel and wood,
.$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. Thé 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.)
Home as Found.
The Red Skins.
VOLUMES IN PRESS.
Ways of the Hour.
*** A Portrait of Mr. Cooper, engraved from an original painting by Elliott,
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From the New York Christian Advocate and as well as of the work they turn out, we are Journal.
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From the N. Y. Daily News. fidence, her taste and judgment being excelled
The Grover & Baker stitch is the firm and by none. Nor has her judgment been formed lasting knot; the shuttle-stich, as made by the hastily. She has, with a view of thoroughly Wheeler and Wilson Machine, is the series of testing the merits of the different sewing ma- loops with a straight thread 'running through chinos, given the most of them a fair trial, and them. Grover & Baker's Machines work, in the result is as above stated.”
their peculiar stitch, and fabrics put together
by it may wear out and drop to pieces from From the N. Y. Leader.
original weakness or hard usage, but come apart “THE GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE. — or give way at the seams they can not; they From a thorough trial of this machine, and a will hold together when the cloth or calico careful examination of all the other machines, I around them hangs in rags and tatters.”
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