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GERMANY, THE (Messrs. Schuster & Loeffler in Berlin).
The chief aim of the Society is to contribute, to the best of its
power, to a more intimate knowledge and appreciation of the
dramatic culture of the different nations. For that reason it
arranges productions of English pla3rs in Germany and elsewhere
on the Continent, protects the rights of English authors there
in every way, and negotiates for tiiem with uie most important
theatre-managers in Germany and elsewhere to the best
advantage. The translations are carefully-prepared literary
works, done by literary men who are themsSves members of
the Society, and thoroughly at home in the technique of the
stage. The London literary representative of the Society,
Mr. Frank E. Washburn Freund, The Cottage, Lyon Road,
Harrow-on-the-Hill, will always be pleased to consider English
plays which might be suitable for production abroad, whether
the author be known or unknown, and whether the play has
been given in English or not.

SPRIGG, PEDRICK, & CO.. LIMITED, London and New York,
literary agents, readers, and brokers. This Company consists
of an association of literary and business men who are wdl
vex^sed in modem literature, and widely experienced in all the
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Some of the foremost tnriters are represented solely by it, and
occasionally it acts for many more. It also takes up a limited
number of new authors, devotes special attention to their work,
and assists as far as possible in their advancement and recogni-
tion. To authors it also renders expert assistance in the reading,
reporting upon, and revision of MSS., and under the super-
vision of a well-known critic is making a speciality of dramatic
work. The company is ably represented in America by the
leading literary agent of the United States. A special study
of the serial market is made with a view of finding and filling
suitable vacancies for clients' work. The Company also under-
takes to negotiate the sale and purchase of newspaper and
magazine properties, to arrange partnerships and snares in

{>ublishing concerns, and generally to effect investments in
iterary, publishing, and journalistic enterprises. Courses of
literary and journalistic tuition have been arranged with a well-
known author, editor, and reviewer. Altogether the business
of the Company embraces over twenty departments. Detailed
prospectus with, testimonials may be had on application.
Amongst those of others, S. P. & Co. have been instrumental
in successfully |>lacing important MSS. by the following :
Madame Albanesi, Alice and Claude Askew, Arthur St. John
Adcock, G. W. Appleton, Arthur Applin, Louis Becke, James
Blyth, Guy Boothby, Shan F. Bullock, J. Bloundelle Burton,
Harold Bindloss, Herbert Compton, Burford Delannoy, Lady
Florence Dixie, Dick Donovan, Hamilton Drummond, Allan
Fea, G. Manville Fenn, Morice Gerard, R. Murray Gilchrist,
Charles Gleig, George Griffith, Ranger Gull. Walter E. Crogan,
Winifred Graham, Major Arthur Griffiths, SomerviUe Gibney,
E. L.'^'Haverfield, Major Arthur Haggard, H. A. Hinkson,
Fergus Hume, Clive Holland, Father Ignatius, Norman Innes,
Mrs. Coulson Kemahan, Mrs. Edward Kennard, Coulson Ker-
nahan, Bart Kennedy, Pierre Loti, William Le Queux, Helen
I^othero Lewis, H. D. Lowry, Mrs. de Courcy Laffan, Robert
Machray, T. R. Macquoid, R.I., Katharine Macquoid, Mrs.
L. T. Meade, Alice Maud Meadows, J. £. Preston Muddock,
Bertram Mitford, K. L. Montgomery, E. Nesbit, Hume Nisbet,
E. Phillips Oppenheim, Sidney Paternoster, Alice Perrin, Mrs.
Campbell Praed, Dr. Annie Pattersoii, George Paston, Rita,
Lucy M. Rae, Mrs. Fred Reynolds, Louis de Rougemont,
Adeline Sergeant, M. P. Shiel, Douglas Sladen. Coralie Stanton
and H. Hosken, Esme Stuart, Louis Tracy, Guy Thome,
Katharine Tynan, H. de Vere Stacpoole, Florence Warden,
Gertrude Warden, John Strange Winter, Louis Wain, William
Westall, Fred Whishaw, Horace Wyndham, Louis Zangwill.
Managing Director: Gale Pedrick, F.R.H.S. Address: 110
St. Martin's Lane, London, w.c.

TILLOTSONS' NEWSPAPER LITERATURE BUREAU. Estab-
Ushed in 1871 for supplying the works of popular novelists to
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of current events. Telegraphic services day and night. Lon-
don address: 249) High Holbom, w.c. Branches in St.
Petersburg, Brussels, Madrid, &c. Director: M. Armakd
Maybr.

CX)RRESPONDANCE HAVAS (LA), 13 Place de la Bourse.
General News Agency for all the world. Advertising agents.
London Office: 96 Queen Street, e.g. Director: Ml. Henri

HOUSSAYE.

EUROPEAN LITERARY BUREAU. THE, 9 Avenue du
Trocadfero. Founded in 1881. A general literary agency.
Cable address : Stanton, Paris.

MARBURY, Miss ELISABETH, 30 Rue Canmartin. Dramatic
agent. Cable address : Elizabeth, Paris.

PARIS-PRESSE. Founded 1889. 37 Rue Radziwill (i Rue des
Petits Champs). Furnishes to French and forei^ journals
articles on finance, politics, literature, and science; also
interviews, tales, reviews, and illustrations.

(iv.) BERLIN

CORRESPONDANCE INTERNATIONALE (LA). Collects and
distributes news from and to all parts of the world ; supplies
leading articles and fiction to newspapers. Agents in the
principal capitals. Manager : Otto Waldau, Luitpoldstrasse 6,
Berlin, w. 30. London offices : 8 Palace Gardens, Muswell
Hill, N.

INTERNATIONALE POST. Agency for news on every subject
for distribution throughout Europe. Manager: Hans Cuno,
Friedrichstrasse 31, Berlin, s.w.

INTERNATIONALE VERLAGSANSTALT (O. Pupke, successor,
to Tillotson & Son), General Literary Agency. Undertakes
translation of foreign works and serial publication. Invites
authors and publisuaers to submit new matter (stories and
storyettes) smtable for German newspaper publication for
inspection. State net terms when forwarding MS. Address :
O. jPupke, Geisbergstrasse 29, Berlin, w. 50. London Office : 150
Fleet Street, e.g.

KXMPF'S BIBLIOGRAPHISCHES bureau. Undertakes re-
search work of scientific or bibliographical nature, and trans-
lations. Address : Dr. W. KXmpf, 62 Oninienstrasse,
Berlin, s.

REDAKTIONS-ANZEIGER. Supplies photographs of current
events with text. Manager : C J. Bbsekb, Marburgerstrasse 6,
Berlin, w.

SCHUSTER A LOEFFLER. Vide under (L), The Society of
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PART iij AGENTS 433

TAENDLER, RICHARD. Literary Bureau. Agent for sale and
purcha^ of book rights for serial publication. Possesses
Germaa copyright in works by Sir A. Conan Doyle and Miss
Braddon. Also supplies general literary matter to newspapers.
Address: Friedrich-Wilhelmstrasse 12, Berlin, w. 10.

WOLFF, ARTHUR L. General literary and dramatic agent. Pur-
chases book and acting rights in works of all languages. A ddress :
Arthur L. Wolff, Potsdamerstrasse 33^, Berlin, w. 35.

(v.) CHRISTIANIA

NORSK LITERJERT BUREAU. Undertakes the translation and
publication in Scandinavia of foreign works, and negotiates
sale of foreign plays to Scandinavian managers. Represent-
ing nearly all Norwegian authors of acknowledged position,
it also carries on negotiations between Norwegian writers and
foreign publishers. Director: Karl Fischer, Kirkegaden 6b,
Christiania.

(vi.) STOCKHOLM

SVENSKA ARKIVBYRAN (The Swedish Record Bureau), Stock-
holm. Historical, genealogical, and statistical researches for
practical and scientific purposes.

THE SWEDISH AUTHORS' UNION (Sveriges ForfaUarefdrening),
Objects : To further the interests of Swedish authors in
every direction, but especially in regard to legislature. The
society has a pension fund. Most Swedish authors are mem-
bers. President : Professor Karl Warburg. Secretary : Mr.
Knut Michaelsson, Stockholm.

(vii.) DENMARK

BUREAU HAMLET (late Bureau Scandinave de Litt^rature et
d'Art; founded 1903). The objects of the Bureau are to act
as agents for English authors or proprietors of literary, artistic,
musical, and dramatic works, the copyright or right of per-
formance or representation of which it is desired to exercise
in Denmark, Norway, or Sweden. The Bureau also secures
the English rights of works published in Scandinavia. The
London representative is Mr. W. R. Prior, 5 Kitson Road,
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IL TTPEWRITIN6, RESEARCH, ETC.

The foUowing is a earefnUy seleeted list of tn»fsts» given here for
the convenience of authors and others who desire to insure that
their copy shall be easily legible.

INDEXING.

LONDON.— MISS NANCY BAILEY, 12 Little CoUege
Street, Westminster, s.w.

Indexer of The Times, Hansard's Debates, City of West-
minsters Minutes, &c.



LONDON. — THE BLICKENSDERFER CO., LTD.,
9 and XO Cheapside, e.g.

The BUckensderfer interchangeable type is very nseful for
showing up all kinds of work effectively.



LONDON.— BRITISH MUSEUM TYPEWRITING AS-
SOCIATION (under the direction of Mrs. Hugh
Hunter), 33 Museum Street, w.c.

Literary research, indexing, translations (all languages),
all kinds of typewriting by educated stafi. Dictation

DIRBCT ON MACHINE A SPECIALITY. Dispatch and

accuracy guaranteed. Highly recommended. Teie^
phone : 10549 Central.



LONDON.— MISSES DAVIDSON & HYDE WARREN,
37 Essex Street, Strand, w.G.

Typewriting and tracing. Sun-printing. Shorthand.
Translations. Speciadity : legal longhand typing.
Work carefully examined. Gentlewomen trained.



LONDON.— MISS EVELYN DE LA COUR, Brendon,
16 Chalfont Road, South Norwood Hill, S.E. Society
of Arts First-class Certificate for lypewriting.

Short articles by return of post. French, German. No

gupils' work. Highly recommended by Ethel F.
[eddle. Rev. A. J. Church, Canon Ottley, W. E. W.
Collins, John Halsham, and many others. Ten years'
experience.

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PART II.] TYPISTS 435

LOHDOM^ETHEL CHRISTIAN, Typewriting, Sbuxi-
hand. Translation and Training Offices, 36, 37, 38,
Southampton Street, Strand.

In this office you will find your work executed with in-
telligence, accuracy, rapidity, and punctuality.
Telephone : 6604 Central. Wires : Dictation, London.



LONDON.— DRAMATIC TYPING OFFICES, 22 Tavis-
tock Street, Covent Garden, w.c. Roland D, Cox,
Manager.

Drajnatic work a speciality.



LONDON.— MISS DYER, 21, 22 and 23 Temple Chambers,
Temple Avenue, e.g.

Authors' MSS. typewritten irom lod. per 1000 words.



LONDON.— MISSES ERWIN, 20 Hanover Square and
13 Dorset Street, Portman Square, w.

Expenenced in scientific and other literary works. Tek-
phone : 3477 Gerrard.



LONDON.— MISS FOWLER, Maxwell House, Arundel
Street, Strand, w.c.

Typewriting. Shorthand writers sent to authors* resi-
dences. Difficult MSS. a speciality. Telephone :
1 1488 Central.



LONDON.— GRAHAMS & CO., 34 Strand, w.c.

Artistic and accurate typing, translations, research, index-
ing, and printing.



LONDON.— MISS GREENE, 36 Compayne Gardens,
South Hampstead, n.w.
Literary secretarial work.

LONDON.- LEOLINE HARTLEY, Examiner, Regent
Street Polytechnic, &c., 422 Mansion House Chambers,
E.c. Established 1893.

MS. copied by educated operators. Quotations given.
Experienced journalist on staff for private note-
taking, meetings, &c. Translators on premises.
Dictation dirbct on machinb a speciality. Teh'
phone: 8035 Bank.



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LOHDOH.— A. F. HEINTZ, 2 Gray's Inn Place, w.c.
Searcher and translator of andent records.



LONDON.— MISS HOPPER, 22 Plato Road, Brixton, s.w.
Searcher.

LONDON. — MRS. HOSTER, Typewriting, Shorthand,
Translation and Training Offices, St. Stephen's
Chambers, Telegraph Street, e.g. Telephone: 1570
London Wall.

Research work undertaken.



LONDON.— KENSINGTON COLLEGE, Queen's Road,
Bayswater.

LONDON.— MRS. LICHTENSTEIN, 100 Cranbrook Road,
Chiswick Lane, Chiswick, w.

Indexer to the Royal Commissions on Superannuation in
the Civil Service, Coal SuppUes, and Poor Laws and
Relief of Distress ; also of the Parliamentary Debates
(sectional volumes), the British Australasian, the
Licensing World, etc. ; and compiler of the Digest of
Evidence given before the Royal Commission on
London Traffic. Can execute carefuUv and promptly
any work entrusted to her on the usual terms.



LONDON. — METROPOLITAN TYPEWRITING AND
REPORTING OFFICE, 27 Chancery Lane, w.c.
Telephone : 1565 Central.

Established upwards of twenty years. A large stafi of
typists and shorthand writers always available for
every class of work. Private room for dictation. All
work carefully examined before leaving the office.



LONDON.— THE MISSES OSLER & ANDERSON, 45

Great Russell Street, w.c.

Literary and record searching of all kinds ; translation and
indexing.

LONDON.— MISS OSWALD, 129 Adelaide Road, S. Hamp-
stead, N.w.

Translations from and into French, German, and Eng-
lish, etc. ; research work at British Museum and
Bodleian Libraries ; secretarial work and typewriting.



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PART II.] TYPISTS 437

LONDON. — MISS PORTEOUS, 94A Great Portland
Street, w.

Searcher and copyist. Many years' experience.



LOHDOH— MISS M. PUCKEY, 30 Fleet Street, e.g., and
Craven House, Kingsway, w.c.

Established 1893. MS. and documents of all descriptions
accurately and neatly typed. Duplicating a speciality.
Special arrangements for addressmg and sendine out
circular letters and charitable appeals ; invaluable to
secretaries of societies and clubs. Estimates on
application. Telephones : 140 16 Central, and 6049
Central.

INDEXING.

LONDON.— A. LLEWELYN ROBERTS, 40 Denison
House, Westminster, s.w.

Indexer.

LONDON.— JOHN SAMSON, 287 Dashwood House, New
Broad Street, e.g.

Translator.

LONDON.— MESSRS. SIKES & SIKES, the West Ken-
sington Typewriting Offices, 229 Hammersmith Road,
London, w., and (private address) 13 Wolverton
Gardens, Hammersmith, w.

Usual terms. References on application. Established
1893. Literary, dramatic, commercial, and legal
work. Circulars, &c., duplicated. Translations.

LONDON.-SMITH & LEWIS (Miss E. R. Smith), iia
Union Court, Old Broad Street, E.C;
Translations undertaken.



LONDON.— MISS RUTH SPEAKMAN, 5 Duke Street,
Adelphi, w.c. T5rpewriting, Shorthand, French Trans-
lation and Copying, Duplicating.

Authors' MSS. carefully typed. Telephone : Gerrard 6179.

LONDON.— STRAND TYPEWRITING CO., 173, 174,
175 Fleet Street, e.c. ; and 444 Strand, w.c.

Typewriting of every description accurately and ex-
peditiously copied at moderate charges. Plays a
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LONDON.— THE LITERARY AGENCY, 2-4 Tudor

Street, e.g.

Translation from and into French, German, Italian, Latin,
Greek, etc. Research work of all sorts undertaken.



LONDON.— MISS MABEL UNWIN, 60 Queen Victoria
Street, and Finsbury Pavement House, e.g. Telephone :
4149 Central.

Established 1895. MS. of works of fiction, plays and
technical matter of every description accuratdy and
intelligently copied, and carefully examined before
dispatch. The correct copying of indistinct writing
and confused amendments a speciality. Price-list
and copies of unsolicited testimonials on application.

LONDON.— WEST END TYPEWRITING AND TRANS-
LATION OFFICE, 46 Cathcart Road, s.w.
Authors' MSS. typed from lod. per 1,000 words.



LONDON.— WOMEN'S INSTITUTE (M. M. Wills),
92 Victoria Street, s.w.

Record and literary research, secretarial work, translation,
indexing.

COVENTRY.— THE TYPEWRITING CO., Oswald House,
Queen ^^ctoria Road. Mr. F. O. Bray, Manager.

Legsl and general typing accurately and neatly executed
from gd. per 1000 words. Short stories, with even
lines and illuminated borders, and tastefully bound,
as souvenirs, a speciality. Terms on application.
Extract from a letter received : " Undoubtedly the
finest piece of work I have ever seen produced on a
t3^ewriter."

HASTINGS.— NOTCUTT GREEN, Yost Typewriting
Offices, 10 Trinity Street, Robertson Street, Hastings.
Experienced operators for every class of literary and
technical work. Private room for dictation. JDirec-
tories and reference books for use of clients. Patro-
nized by Miss Betham-Edwards, Raymond Jacbems,
Ed. Dannreuther, Harry Fumiss, Sir Hiram Idaxim, &c



UVERPOOL.— WM. JAGGARD, 92 Dale Street, and
13 Moorfields, Liverpool.

Indexer, cataloguer, and library consolter.



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INDEXING.

BADLETT.— MISS E. M. SAMSON (Oxford CI. II. Hon,
Mods. Classics), 34 Cottage Flats, Radlett, Herts.
J Indexer of Parliamentary Debates (Hansard), Maxwell's
Life of Wellington, Morley's Life of Gladstone, Stubbs'
ConsHtuiional History, Trevelyan's England under
the Stuarts, Elliot's British East Africa Protectorate,
Departmental Committees* minutes of evidence, &c.
Highest references and testimonials from authors.
Work promptly executed. Careful revision of
authors' proofs a speciality.



SOUTHAMPTON.— LOUIS A. ST. JOHN, Literary and
Dramatic Typist. Established 1898. L'Isle, Hillside
Avenue, Southampton;

Testimonials from Katharine Tynan, E. Nesbit, Annie
S. Swan, Elizabeth Robins, Constance Maud, J.
Bloundelle-Burton, Richard Pryce, and many other
writers. Charge for novels and storjr work, od. per
1000 words ; two copies, is. Typewriting in French
and Spanish.



WEST CROYDON.— MISS V. THOROLD, 23 Royal
Parade, West Croydon.

Authors* MSS., legal, general, and copying from foreign
g languages from lod. per 1000 words. Carbon copies
and duplicates. Recommended by Mr. Henry Gil-
bert and others.



in. PRESS-CUTTINO.

Presi- Cutting Agents supply Extracts from the Papers npon all
conceivable subjects. The usual charge for such extracts is
about £1 Is. for 125 cuttings, a reduction being made where the
subscription covers a large quantity. American Agents gener-
ally charge $5 for 100 cuttings, or $8*50 for 50. These
Agencies undertake all kinds of work connected with the supply
of general information.

In London,

BRITISH. COLONIAL. AND FOREIGN PRESS - CUTTING

AGENCY, LIMITED, 4 Jermyn Street, s.w. Founded 1899.
BROWNE. T. B.. LTD. (Newspaper Cutting Department), 163



Queen Victoria Street, e.g.
RTIC~



CURTICE (ROMEIKE & CURTICE), Ludgate Circus Buildings.

B.C.



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DURRANT'S PRESS-CUTTING AGENCY, St. Andrew's Hoose.

3 St. Andrew's Street, Holbom Circus, B.C.
GENERAL PRESS-CUTTING ASSOCIATION. Lennox House,

Norfolk Street, Strand, w.c.
ROMEIKE & CURTICE, Ludgate Circus Buildings, e.c.
TEMPLE PRESS-CUTTING OFFICES, 157 Strand, w.c.
WOOLGAR & ROBERTS, 109 Fleet Street, E.c.

In the United States,

AMERICAN PRESS INFORMATION BUREAU, World Bmlding.
61 Park Row, New York.

AUTHORS' CLIPPING BUREAU, 78 Devonshire Street. Boston.
Controlled by Luce's (see below), with special facilities for
literary work.

BURRELLE'S PRESS-CLIPPING BUREAU, 21 West 19th Street.
New York.

CASSOT. ARTHUR, 2 West 14th Street, New York. Makes a
speciality of supplying all personal mention and press-clippings
on any subject of current interest from all papers published.

COMSTOCK. KATHERINE B., 156 Fifth Avenue. New York.

COMSTOCK. MARY E.. 156 Fifth Avenue. New York.

HYAMS (WALTER) & CO., 46 West Fourth Street, New York.

LUCE'S PRESS CLIPPING BUREAU, 68 Devonshu-e Street,
Boston, Mass. ; 45 Vesey Street, New York ; 621 Main Street,
Cincinnati. Ohio ; Railroad Building, Denver, Colo.

MANHATTAN PRESS-CLIPPING BUREAU. 2 West 14th Street,
New York. Will supply you with all personal references and
clippings on any subject from all the papers and periodicals
published here and abroad. Our large stafi of readers can
gather for you more valuable material on any current subject
than you can get in a lifetime. Terms : 100 clippings. $5 ;
250 cuppings. $12; 500 clippings. $20; i.ooo clippmgs. $35.

NATIONAL PRESS INTELLIGENCE COMPANY, 25 West Broad-
way. New York.

PRESS-CLIPPING BUREAU. 45 Vesey Street, New York.

ROMEIKE, HENRY, Inc., 33 Union Sc^uare, New York. We
furnish to authors and artists criticisms of their books,
writings, paintings, pictures from dailies, weeklies, and periodi-
cals published in all parts of the world.

TWENTIETH CENTURY PRESS-CLIPPING BUREAU, Chicago.

In Paris {Coupures de Joumaux).

L» ARGUS DE LA PRESSE. 14 Rue Drouot. Founded 1879.

Publishes monthly L* Argus des Revues, a summary of titles of

articles from European magazines.
LE COURRIER DE LA PRESSE. 21 Boulevard Montmartre.

Founded 1889. Supplies cuttings at the rate of 30 centimes

per cutting, or 25 francs per 100.



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PUBLISHERS: BRITISH

Poklisben whose names are marked with an asterisk have not
eorreeted their entry for the present Issne.

Every effort has been made to obtain the foUowing Information
at first-hand, but the Proprietor is not responsible for unin-
tentional errors of eommlsslon or omission.

•ABBOTT. JONES, & CO., LIMITED, 64 Cannon Street, b.c.
Telegraphic address : Thriftily, London. Telephone : 8077
Bank.
ALDEN & CO., LIMITED, Bocardo Press, Oxford. Pub-
lishers.
•ALEXANDER & SHEPHEARD, LIMITED, 21 and 22 Furnival
Street, Holborn, e.g. General publishers of books, maga-
zines, and newspapers. Telegraphic address : Xander,
London. Telephone : 12 Holborn.
ALLEN & SONS, GEORGE, Ruskin House, 156 Charing Cross
Road, w.c.

The Life, Letters, and Works of Ruskin, now in course
of publication under the editorship of Mr. E. T. Cook (in
collaboration with one of Mr. Ruskin's literary executors,
Mr. Wedderbum), is the only complete one containing all
that author's writings.

This edition, comprising about thirty-eight volumes, is the
final and definitive one, and is strictly hmited to two thousand
copies. It is hoped to issue the final volume about the middle
of 1908.

An interesting feature is the Editor's Prefaces to the volumes,
giving a biographical and bibliographical account of the
several works, in the preparation of which the Author's
Diaries and Letters have been largely drawn upon.

The illustrations include about 2,000 plates and wood-
cuts, in addition to over a hundred drawings by Ruskin not
hitherto reproduced, and numerous unpublished plates already
engraved, with facsimiles of the MSS.

In addition to the works of Ruskin in four different editions,
this firm publishes books in aU departments of literature.

The general list includes such authors as Maeterlinck,
Augustus J. C. Hare, H. Belloc, G. A. B. Dewar, Edward
Carp'enter, Rose Kingsley, Gilbert Murray, Mrs. Russell Bar-
rington, etc. Telegraphic address : Deucsdion, London. Tele^
phone : 6554 Central.

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•ALLEN, W. H., & CO., LIMITED, 64 Cannon Strbet, B,a TeU-
graphic address : Thriftily, London. Tehphone : 8077 Bank.

♦ALLENSON. H. R., LIMITED. Racquet Court, Fleet Street,
EX. This company was formed early in 1906 to take over
the publishing busmess of Mr. H. R. Allenson, formerly of
Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row. Theological and general works
Books by Carlyle, Robert Browning, Mra Browning, Principal

John Caird, Rev. F. W. Robertson (of Brighton), Samuel
ohnson, LL.D., Bishop Phillips Brooks, Bishop Boyd Car-
penter, Rev. R. E. Welsh, Professor Momerie, Rev. J. H.
Jowett (of Birmingham), Rev. C. F. Dole, and Rev. B. T. Sndl
will be found in the catalogue. Publishers of the popular six-
penny reprints, In Relief of Doubt (R. E. Welsn) ; Immor-
ialiiy (Momerie) ; Serious Call (Law). Telegrams : AUensonia,
London.

ALLMAN & SON, LIMITED, 67 New Oxford Street, w.c.
Educational publishers.

AMALGAMATED PRESS, LIMITED, THE, Carmeute Street.
E.C. Capital, ;f 1,300,000. Directors : Lord Northdifie
(Chairman), Harold S. Harmsworth, Cecil B. Hannsworth,
J. Horace Newton, Hartley Aspden, St John Harmsworth,
G. A. Sutton, R. Hamilton Edwards, G. H. Cantle. Tele-
graphic address : Mistitled, London.

AMERICAN SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT-BOOK AGENCY.
10 AvoNDALE Road, Croydon (removed from 20 High Hol-
BORN, London, w.c). 1901. Agents for American Educa-
tional Text-Books, Perry Pictures, Mumford's Coloured
Pictures, Sec, ; Educational Review (New York), Primary
Education, School Science, and other leading American Educa-
tional Jonmals.

APPLETON, SIDNEY, 25 Bedford Street, Strand, w.c.
Publishes miscellaneous, medical, scientific, and educational
works, fiction. Telegraphic address : Hilandero, London.



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