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INDISPENSABLE TO THE BOOK-STORE OR LIBRARY.

THE

American Catalogue

1884-1800.

The new volume of the American Catalogue covers the period July i, 1884, to June 30, 1890, and contains besides the regular features of kits predecessors a list of State publications and publications of literary and scientific societies. The list of Government publications is brought down to June 30, 1890.

Only 1250 copies printed, and there will be no re-issue.

Quarto, Half Leather, $15.00; in
Sheets, $12.50.

"The Catalogue is a monument of patient, [dry, uninviting work. . . . There is scarcely a bookseller in the country who would hesitate a moment to expend twenty-five dollars in advertising his stock; ought he to hesitate a moment about an expenditure that would enable him to sell hundreds of dollars' worth of books in a year? Such an investment would also purchase for him a reputation among his customers for intelligence and trade knowledge that would pay him five times over."—A. D. F. Randolph.

THE AMERICAN CATALOGUE,

28 Elm Street, (near Duane) New York.

Bibliographical Publications.

For all American books as they appear, take The Publishers' Weekly; for an hour's glance each month at the important books and magazine papers, take The Literary News ; for library matters take The Library Journal ; for magazine articles in general, consult the Annual Index To Periodicals; for books in print or issued of late years, see the American and Annual Catalogues.

THE PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY.

Established in 1872, with which was incorporated the American Literary Gazette and Publishers' Circular (established in 1852), by purchase from Mr. George W. Childs. Recognized as the representative of the publishing and bookselling interests in the United States. Contains full weekly record of American publications, with monthly indexes, etc. Subscription, $3.00 per annum, postpaid; single nos., 10 els., postpaid.

THE LITERARY NEWS. An Eclectic

Review of Current Literature. Published monthly, and containing the freshest news concerning books and authors ; lists of new publications; reviews and critical comments; characteristic extracts; sketches and anecdotes of authors; courses of reading; bibliographical references ; prominent topics of the magazines ; portraits of authors, and illustrations from the newest books, etc., etc. Subscription, $1.00 per annum, postpaid; single nos., 10 cts.

THE LIBRARY JOURNAL. Monthly. Official Organ of the American Library Association. Established in 1876. Subscription, $5 per annum, postpaid; single nos., 50 cents. (thk Literakv News Ij sent free to subscribers 0/ The Library Journal.)

THE ANNUAL INDEX TO PERIODICALS. Edited by W. I. Fletcher, with the co-operation of members of the American Library Association. Subscription, hf. mor., $2.50; pap., $2 per annum, postpaid.

THE AMERICAN CATALOGUE

of books in print and for sale (including reprints and importations) July i, 1876. Compiled (under the direction of F. Leypoldt) by Lynds E. Jones. Subjectvolume, 4to, half morocco, $15. [Author-anti-title volume is out 0/print.-]

THE AMERICAN CATALOGUE

187G-1884. Books recorded (including reprints and importations) July i, 1876-June 30, 1884. Compiled, under the editorial direction of R. R. Bowker, by Miss A. I. Appleton. 4to, half morocco, $15.

AMERICAN CATALOGUE, 1S84-90.

Compiled, underthe editorial direction of R. R. Bowker by Miss A. I. Appleton and others. 410, half leather, I15.

THE ANN UAL AMERICAN CATA

LOG UE. Being the full titles, with descriptive notes, of all books recorded in The Publishers' Weekly, during the calendar year, with author, title and subjectindex, publishers' annual lists and directory of publishers. Publishedannuallysince 1S86. Svo, «/■/, sheets, $3.00; half morocco, $3.50. [Volume /or 1886 is out of print.]

THE PUBLISHERS9 TRADE LIST

ANNUAL. Large 8vo, with "Duplex Index," net% $2.00. Contains:

t. The Latest Catalogues Of American Publishers arranged alphabetically by firm-names.

2. The Educational Catalogue.—{For description see

below.)

3. A complete short-title list of all books recorded in The Publishers' Weekly from July to June, arranged so that every book on record can be found, whether it is looked foi under author y title or subject.

THE A ME RICA N ED UCA TIONA L

CATALOGUE includes a price-list of all the textbooks in use in the United States, arranged alphabetically by author's or editor's name, and a detailed subject-index, referring from each specific subject to authors of books on that subject. Price, separately, 25 cts.; leatherette, 50 cts.

THE ENGLISH CATALOGUE [Annual] containing a complete list of all the books published in Great Britain and Ireland in the calendar year, with index to subjects. A continuation of the London and British Catalogues. [London: Sampson Low, Marston & Co.] 8vo, paper, net, $1.50. The English Catalogue and The Annual American Catalogue bound in one volume, half leather, $5.00.

HANDY LIST OF AMERICAN

PUBLISHERS. A comprehensive list of all the book-publishing houses in the United States in business at the present time. The street address is given in nearly every case, and the abbreviation under which the the firm's books are entered in the "American Catalogue," 1884-90. 92 pp., printed on one side only, 161110, flexible cloth, $2.00.

A CA TALOGUEOF U. S. GOVERNMENT Publications. July 1, 1884, to June 30, 1890. Compiled, under the editorial direction of R. R. Bowker by J. H. Hickcox. 32 pp., 4to, pap., $1.00.

LIBRARIES AND SCHOOLS. Papers

selected by Samuel S. Grhhn. i6mo, cloth, 50 cts.

THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL LIBRAXT. By Rev. A. E. Dunning. i6mo, cloth, 60 cts.

BOOKS OF ALL TIME. A Guide for

the Purchase of Books. Compiled by F. Leypoldt and Lynds E. Jones. 321110, paper, 10 cts.

THE PROFESSION OF BOOK

SELLING: a handbook for apprentices and booksellers. Pt. 1. (In preparation.)

Address the OFFICE OF THE PUBLISHERS' WEEKLY, P. O. Box 943. 28 Elm Street {near Duane), New York.

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