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sixpenny form. John Long*s Colonial Library of Copyright
boohs includes in cheap form the best works in fiction and
general literature. Telegraphic address : Longing, London.
Telephone : 9313 Central.

LOW (SAMPSON). MARSTON & CO.. LIMITED, 17A Patbr-
N08TBR Row, BkC. Sampson Low, the founder of this
bouae^ a pxinter and pnbUaker in Berwick Street, Soho, died
in 1800. His .son» Sammon, the." Father of the Trade,"
began business as a publisher and bookseller nineteen years
later in Lamb's Conduit Street ;. was for some time secretary
to a kind of publishers' and booksellers' association, which
existed up to about 1850, for the protection of the trade
against underselling, and after the death of Henry G. Bohn
was doubtless the oldest of English publishers. In 1837 a
committee of fourteen publishers, of which he was the leading
spirit, started the Publishers^ Circular t now the property of a
limited company, which sdso owns the J^nglish Catalogue, etc.
Telegraphic address : Rivsam. London.

LUZAC & CO., 46 Grbat Russell Strbst, w.c. Established
1890. Foreign and Oriental publishers ^md booksellers.
Official aj^ents and publishers to the Imperial Academy of
Sdences, St. Petefsbnrg, University of CbicagOi <Stc. Publishers
of Luxac's Oriental List and Boob Review. Telegraphic
address : ObtimBite, IxjDidxm,

McDOUGALL'S EDUCATIONAL COMPANY. LIMITED.
8 FaHringdom AVSNtis> B.C., and Edinburgh. Publishers
of school books and atlases. Telegrams : Learnedly, London.
Telephone: 8720 Central.



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462 THE LITERARY YEAR-BOOK [part ri.

. 'MACKAY. ENEAS» 43 Murray Placb, SttRUNC. 1883. Pa1>-
lisher of works on Scotti^ sobjects, incliidmg books in
Gaelic.
MACLEHOSE, J., & SONS, 61 St. Vincent Strbbt, Glasgow.
Publishers to the University of -Glasgow and genenil pub-
lishers. Scottish Historical Rwiew, quarterly, 2s. 6d. net.
Glasgow University Calendar, annually, 36. net. Telegraphic
address : Maclehose, Glasgow. Telephone : Post-Ofl&ce, 2416 •
National, 3416 Royal.
MACMILLAN A CO., LIMITED. St. Martin's Strxbt, w.c
America: Thb Macmoxan Company, New York. The
activities of this firm, which was founded by Daniel and
Alexander Macmillan in 1843, ^^^ °^<^ extensive. For a
full account the reader must consult the firm's Bibliographical
Catalogue. Messrs. Macmillan are well known as pubusheis
in all branches of literature, and the names, of Tennyson,
Matthew Arnold, Charles Kingsley, Rodyard Kipling, Pro-
fessor Huxley, John Moriey, Thomas Hardy, Chariotte Yonge.
Marion Crawford, and any number of oUiers are foond in their
lists. Messrs^ Macmillan publish a laive number of magazines
and journals. Telegtaphtc address : Publish, London. Tele-
phoTie : 8830 Gerrard.
MADGWICK, HOULSTON 6* CO.. LIMITED. 4 Avb Maria
Lanb. B.C. Founded 1787. Publishers of Enquire Within,
Saxon's Everybody s Series, encyclopaedia, household, religious,
educational, and juvenile books.
•MARLBOROUGH, E., & CO., 51 Old Bailby. b.c. General and
religious literature and educational works. Wholesale news and
book agents for home and export trade. Publishers ^ of Self-
taught Series of European and Oriental Languages. Tele-
graphic €uidress: Marlborough. London. Telephone: 9340
Central.
MARSHALL BROTHERS, LIMITED, Keswick House, Pater-
nostbr Row, e.c. Devotional and missionary publications.
Telegraphic address: Grapho, London. Telephone: 13 16
Holbom.
•MARSHALL, HORACE, St SON, Tbmplb House, Temple
Avenue, and 125 Fleet Street, B.a Founded 1840.
Wholesale newsagents, bookseUers, and stationefs ; book,
newspaper, and magazine pubUshers ; books mainly religious
or scnolastic. TeMhone : 194 Holbom.
MASTERPIECE PRESS, THE, Tbmple House, Temple Avenue,
E.G. Publishers. Telegraphic address : Cayugite, London.
Telephone : 2389 Holbom.
•MASTERS * CO., LIMITED, 78 NewBond Stribkt, w. General

and theological publishers.
MATHEWS, ELKIN. Vigo Street, W. EstabUshed in Exeter.
T885, removed to 6b Vigo Street, London^ W.i 1S87. XHiblisher
and vendor of choice and of rare editions in BelUs-leUtet, Has

gnblished works for John Addington Symonds, Walter Crane,
:. P, Blackmore. Canon R. W, Dixou, pr. R, Gamett'



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PART 11.] PtFBLlSHERS 463

Robert Bridges, F. Wedmore, W. B. Yeats, Stephen Phillips,
Henry Newbolt, Miss M. E. Coleridge, Professor F. York
Powell, Lionel Johnson, John Masefleld, Bliss Carman,
Laurence Housman, Stnrge Moore, J. Todhunter, Dr. Henry
Van Dyke, P. H. Wiclrateed, Artiiur Symons, Laurence
BinyoQ, J. M* Synge, 6«. Telegraphic address : Verbaliser,
London.
♦MEIKLEJOHN (ARNOLD H.) & HOLDEN (ALFRED M.),
II Paternoster SQt7ARB, B.C. Founded 1889. Educational
publishers.

MELROSE, ANDREW, 16 Pilgrim Street, e.c. General litera-
ture, theological works, high-class gift-books, etc. Telegraphic
address : Exordium, London. Telephone : 8019 Bank.

METHUEN & CO., 36 Essex Street, Strand, w.c. Founded
1889. Messrs. Methuen publish books in all classes of
literature. They also pay attention to the publication of
cheap literature, and their Sixpenny Novels have reached
over one hundred and fifty volumes, and they likewise publish
Methuen*s Standard Library of sixpenny high-class books.
Telegraphic address : Elegiacs, London.

MITCHELL, HUGHES & CLARKE, 140 Wardour Street,
Oxford Street, w. 1797. Publishers of genealogical and
heraldic works, the Transactions of the Kent Arch^ological,
and the publications of the Harleian and other learned societies.

MORING. ALEXANDER, LIMITED {see De la More Press).

*MORTON, GEORGE A., 42 George Street, Edinburgh. General
publisher.

♦MOWBRAY, A. R., & CO., LIMITED, 106 St. Aldatb's, Oxford,
and 34 Great Castle Street, w. Founded 1858. Religious
publishers.

*MURBY, THOMAS. & CO., 3 Ludgatb Circus Buildings, e.g.
Founded 1864. Educational publishers.

♦MURRAY, FRANK, Moray House, Derby. 1884. Publishers
of the Moray Library (poetry and belles-lettres) ; The Regent
iiferory-rtales by R. Murray Qilchrist, WiUiam Sharp, and
Fiona Macleod ; The Franciscan Library, including the works
of Rabelais, Boccaccio, &c. Mr. Murray also publishes
many local books on Derbyshire, &c. Telegrams : Murray,
Bookseller, D.erby.

MURRAY, JOHN, 50 Albbmarlb Street, -w. Founded in 1768.
General Publisher. Publisher of The Quarterly Review, Science
Progress, Schdol, &c. ; Agricultural Society's Journal, Journal
of the Society of Comparative Legislation, Proceedings of the
Classical Association, Hart's Army List, the Geographical
Society's Publications ; Handbooks to India cmd Japan, and
sever^ aeries of educational manuals. &c. Tetegtaphic
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464 THE LITERARY YEAR-BOOK [part ii.

NASH, EVELEIGH, 32 Bedford Strebt. Strand, w.c. ic^2.
General publisher.

NATIONAL SOCIETY, 19 Great Peter Street, Westminster,
s.w. Educational works. TeUgraphic address: National
Society, London. Telephone : 502 Westminster.

NELSON, THOMAS, & SONS, 35 ajad 36 Paternoster Row,
B.C. ; also in Edinburgh, Dublin, and New York (^7 East
1 8th Street). General literature, including more, particularly-
. educational works and books for children. Telegraphic
addresses : Nelsons, Publishers, London ; Nelsons, Edim>urgh
Telephone (London) : 131 3 P. O. Central.

NEWNES, GEORGE, LIMITED, 3-12 Southampton Street.
Strand, w,c. General publishers. Issue a large number of
text-books, standard works in literature and art, and a vast
amount of periodical literature. Telegraphic address : Newnea
London.

NIMMO, HAY & MITCHELL, 18 Clyde Street, Edinburgh
Founded 1850. Publish reward books and non-copyright
classics and birthday books.
♦NISBET, JAMES, & CO., LIMITED, 21 and 22 Berners Street,
w. Founded in 18 10 by Mr. James Nisbet. Religious and
general. Telegraphic address : Didactic, London* TeUphone :
2335 Gerrard.

NISTER, E., 26 & 28 St. Bride Street, e.c. Publisher of fine-art
boolts, especially for children. Telegraphic address : Acquiesce,
London. Telephone : 12286 Central. .

NUTT, DAVID, 57-59 Long Acre, w.c. Founded 1829. by
David Nutt, at 158 Fleet Street, where the business was
carried on till 1848, and from then to 1900 at 270, 271
Strand, Now owned by Alfred Nutt. This firm publishes
books in folklore, Celtic philology and antiquities, foreign
lan^^uages and literature, the classics and theology, also
fiction, especially translations of the best foreign fiction,
poetry, essays, etc.

OLIPHANT, ANDERSON & FERRIER, 21 Paternoster
Square, e.c, and 100 Princes Street, Edinburgh. Pub-
lishers of religious literature, missionary and other books
of travel, the Famous Scots series, and general literature.
Tehgraphic addresses : Publiant, London ; Pablishing, Edin-
burgh.

OLIVER & BOYD, Tweeddajle Court, Edinburgh. The firm
was established under the pcesent name in 1806. It devotod,
and continues to devote> g^reat attention to the publication
of a superior class of school-books, and also to the planning
and publication of the present BdinbMrgh Al^nanac, issued in
1837 as Oliver and Boyd's Edinburgh Almanac. Telegraphic
address : Almanac, Edinbargh.

OMEGA PRESS, THE, Oxford. Founded 1902. Educational
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PART II.] PUBLISHERS 465

♦ORIENT PRESS, THE, 4. Harcodrt Buildings, Inner Tbmpls,
E.C. Oriental and original work of literary merit only. Wisdom
of the East Series, edited by L. Cranmer Byng and Dr. S. A.
Kapadia.

OUSELEY, JOHN, S7 The Outer Temple, Strand, w.c.
Publisher.

OWEN, (A.) & CO., 28 Regent Street, London, s.w., and at
Leipsic (Germany). Publishers and English and foreign
booksellers. Telephone : Central 13673.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, THE, Amen Corner, e.g..
Edinburgh, Glasgow, Toronto, and New York (91-^3
Fifth Avenue). (The Clarendon Press, Oxford.) Publish
theological, scientific, historical, classical, and educational
works of all kinds ; Prayer-Books and Bibles. Mr. Henry
Frowde undertook the control of the London branch in 1874.
Telephone : 995 Holbom.

*PARKER & CO.. 31 Bedford Street, Strand, w.c. and 27
Broad Street. Oxford. Founded in Oxford circa 1700.
Religions and academic publishers. Telegraphic addresses :
Bosphorus, London ; Parker, Bookseller, Oxford.

♦PARTRIDGE, S. W., & CO., 8 & 9 Paternoster Row, e.c.
Founded by Mr..D. Oakey about 1837. General publishers,
remarkable for illustrated books. Telegraphic address :
Pictorial. London.
PASSMORE & ALABASTER, 4 Paternoster Buildings, Pater-
noster Square, e.g. Firm founded in Finsbury fifty years
ago. Publishers cliiefly of Mr. Spurgeon's sermons and works.
Telegraphic address : Alamores, London.

♦PAUL (KEGAN), TRENCH. TRUBNER & CO., LIMITED,
Dryden House, 43 Gerrard Street, w. General, scientific,
theological, and military publishers, making a speciality of
beileS'lettres, Agents for the Open Court Publishing Company.
Chicago. Telegraphic address : Columns, London. Tete-
phone : 6164 Gerrard.
PEARSON, C. ARTHUR, LIMITED, 18 Henrietta Street,
w.c. Publishers of general literature. The number of
periodicals of various kinds published by this firm is very large.

•PENTLAND, YOUNG J., 21 Warwick Lane, e.g.. and at
Edinburgh. Medical publisher. Founded in x88i. Tele-
graphic addresses : Pentiand, London ; Pentland, Edinburgh.
PHILIP, GEORGE,. & SON, LIMITED, 32 Fleet Street, e.g.,
and 4S'-Si South Castle Street, Liverpool. Publishers of
maps, educational and nautical works, and geographical
apparatus generally. Telegraphic address : Phihp, London.
A. B.C. Code« Telephone : 1628 Holbom.

PHILLIMORE S: CO.. 134 Chancery Lane, w.c. Founded by
W. P. W. Phillimore in the year 1897. Publishers of parish
registers, family histories, genealogical and antiquarian works.

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466 THE LITERARY YEAR-BOOK [part !l.

PITMAN, GUILBERT. 85 Fleet Street, e.g.

PITMAN, SIR ISAAC, & SONS, LIMITED (incorporating
Isbister & Co.). i Amen Corner, e.g., Phonetic Institute^
Bath, and 31 Union Square, New York. Pounded 1845.
Shorthand. Educational books for Elementary, Day, Even-
ing Continuation, Higher Grade, and Middle Schools. Text-
books for Grammar Schools and Technical Institutes. Business
Handbooks and Commercial Text-books. Theology, Novels,
Biography, History, Books of Travel and General Literature,
Typewriting, Languages, &c. Serial pubUcations : Pitman's
Journal, Shorthand Weekly, The Teacher, The Postage Stamp, etc.

PUTNAM'S SONS, G. P.. 24 Bedford Street, Strand, w.c, and

37 and 29 West 23RD Street, New York. General publishers.

Telegraphic address : Putnam, London. Telephone : 4923

Cen&al.
QUARITCH, BERNARD, 11 Grafton Street. New Bond

Street, w. Established April, 1847. Buys and sells old
. books and manuficripts, scientific and standajtl books ; is also

an occasional publisher of antiquarian works of importance.

Mr. Quaritch, the founder of this business, died in 1899. Te^-

phone : 6473 Gerrard.

RAITHBY, LAWRENCE & CO., LIMITED, De Montfort Press.
Leicester .and Thanet House, 231 & 232 Strand, London,
w.c. Established in 1876. Publishers of The British Printer,
technical books ^nd journals on printing, lithography, and

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bookbinding. Telegraphic addresses : Kaithby, London ;
Raithby, Leicester, Telephone : London, G.P.O. 5338 Cen-
tral ; Leicester, 284 National.

RATIONALIST PRESS ASSOCIATION, LIMITED, 5 and 6
Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, e.g. Foimdeid 1899.
Publish works mainly philosophical, or concerned with the
general conclusions of science, historical crit^ism» and Biblical
scholarship {see under Societies).

RJEBMAN. LIMITED, 129 Sbaftbs^urv Avenue, w.c. 1888.
. Medical, scientific and general publishers. Publish Archives
of the Roentgen Ray, and Allied Phenomena, monthly. Tele-
graphic and cable address : Squama« London. Telephone :
2026 Gerrard.

REEVE. LOVELL, * CO.. LIMITED, 6 Henrietta Street,
Covent Garden, w.c. Publishers of many elaborate
botanical, entomological, and other works on >^tural History.

REIGATE PRESS, LIMITED (Late Priory Press). Publishers
and Printers. Hand-press edition on hand-made paper a
special feature. . Under the control of a number of members
o£ tijkO. Reigate Guild of Ciaftsmen. Tehgrapkic address:
Reigate Prosa, Reigate.

RELFE BRQTHERS, limited. 6 Charterbousb' Buildings.
Aldersgate, e.g. Educational publishers. Telephone : 4673



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PART 11.] PXJBLISHERS 467

RELIGIOUS TRACT SOCIETY* THE, 4 BouvsRiB StRftsi!^ and
65 St. Paul's Churchyard, b.c. Founded 1799. Incor-
porated 1899. Publishes Boy's Own Paper, GifVs Own Paper,
Swnday at Home, Sbc. Secretaries : Revk A. S. Bvckland,
M.A.. Jcunes Bowden, Esq. ; Assistant Secretary : Rev. C. H.
Irwin; M.A. Telephone : 7759 Central, and 928 Hplbom.

REV£LL» FLEMING H., CO., 21 Paternostbr Square,
London ; 100 Princbs Strbbt, Edinburgh ; and at New
York, CmcAOO, and Toronto. Publishers of books* ol travel.
raisSionary books, fiction, juvenile books, and books for
Sonday-aehool teachers and preachers. Telegraphic addresses :
PnbUant, London ; Publishing, Edinburgh.

RICE, WILLIAM, 3 Broadway, Ludgatb Hill. b.6. Publisher
of The Journal of Education.

RICHARDS, E. GRANT, 7 CarltoK Street, Lower Regent
Street. S.W.

RICHARDS, GRANT, LIMITED, Chatterton House, 21
Brooke Street, Holborn Bars, London, e.c. Direc-
tors : Hon. L. J. Bathurst and Grant Richards. Publishers
of Grant Richards's Penny Classics. Telegraphic address :
Claspenist, London. Telephone ; Central 13982.

RICORDI. G., A CO., 265 Rbgbnt StrkbTi w. Music Publishers.
Telephone : 10837 Central*

RIVERS (ALSTON). LIMITED (1905), 21, 22 Brooke Street,
Holborn, B.C. General pubHshers. Ta/f^^ne ; 1 3982 Central.

RIVINGTON A CO., 54 King Street, Covbnt Garden, w.c.
Educational and theological publishers. The original firm
dated from 171 1, and many interesting particulars concerning
the old firm are contained in The Publishing House of Rivingion,
by Septimus Rivington. The present firm, dating from 1S89,
has a large educational and theological connection. Tele-
graphic address : Pcrduro, London. Telephone : 4453.
♦ROBINSON, F. E., & CO., 20 Great Russell Street, w,c.
Founded in 1897. Publishers of academic, sporting, and
general literature, noted especially for their series of University
and CoUege Histories. This firm also publish 'the Home
Counties Magazine (edited by F. E. Robinson, M.A.), Which is
issued quarterly (is, 6d.), and is devoted to the topography of
London and the home counties. Telephone : ^983 Central.
•ROBINSON, JAMES, 24 Bridge Street, Manchester. Founded
1894. Publishes volumes of sermons and addresses.

ROUTLEDGE, GEORGE. & SONS, LIMITED. Carter Lane,
LvDOATB HiLL» EX. Joint mana^ng diioectoffs : William
Swan Sonnenschein and Laurie Magnus, M.A« Founded by
G«oi^e Routle^e in 1835 ; present Company constructed in
I902. Publisheis of general literature, ediicati<mRl, standard,
and papular books ; proprietors of the copyrights: formerly
owned by J. C. Nimmo, Ltd* Telegraphic address : George
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SAINT GEORGE PRESS, LIMITED, 24 BtrcKiNGiiAk StrSkt.
Strand, w.c. Founded 1898. General publishers. Pub-
lishers of Saint George, a national review, d^ing with litera-
ture, art> and social questions in a broad and progressive
spirit. Publishers of the Saint George Library, which includes
short works by Professors Geddes, J. L. Paton, York Powell,
and others. Recent publications : Edtication and Ethics, by
Arnold W. Smith, M.A. ; A London Boy's Saturday, by
T. Edmund Harvey ; The Village of Bsntham, by Mrs. Baldwin ;
Problems of u Scottish Provincial Town, by J. H. Whitehouse.
♦SANDRINGHAM PRESS. LIMITED, 33 Chancery Lane, w.c
1903. Publishes The Boudoir, an illustrated monthly maga-
zine for gentlewomen.

SANDS 6* CO., 23 Bedford Street, Strand, w.c. Founded 1893.
General pubUshers. Telegraphic address : Assiduous^ London.

SCHULZE (OTTO) & CO. (successors to Williams & Norgate).
20 South Frederick Street. Edinburgh. Publishers of
good general literature, iditions de luxe. Publish Book-Lovers'
Magazine, six parts per annum. Review of Theology and
Philosophy (monthly), Review of Neurohgy and Psychiatry
(monthly). Telegraphic address : Librorum, Edint)urgh.

SCIENTIFIC PRESS, LIMITED, 28 & 29 Southampton Street,
Strand, w.c. Publishers of medical, surgical, and nursing
works and books of a scientific character. . Proprietors of The
Hospital and The Nursing Mirror,

SCOTT, GREENWOOD & SON, 8 Broadway. Ludgatb Hill.
E.G. Established 1S77. Publishers of technical books for
chemical, colour, oil, pottery, leather, plumbing, glass, textile,
and every trade ; also trade journal publishers. Telegraphic
address : Printeries. London, Telephone : Bank 5403.

SCOTT, ROBERT. 7 Paternoster Row, e.c. ; Publisher of
evangelical and devotional works, missionary books and books
of travel, and general literature of a standard character.
Telegraphic address : Scottesque, London.

SCOTT. WALTER, PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED.
Felling, co. Durham, and Paternoster Square, e.c
GenecaX publishers, whose Scott Library, Great Writers, Con-
tent forary Science Series, Music Story, Makers of British Art
Series, and popular Canterbury Poets are familiar to all readers.
New fiction, useful and educational books are also published.
General Manager and Editor: Frederick J. Crowest. Tele*
graphic addresses : Scott, Felling ; Comprend, London.
•SEALY, BRYERS A WALKER, 94, 95. & 96 Middle Abbey
Strskt, DubUN. 1869. General literature as^ell as works
relating to Ireland ; books in the Irish vernacular are a
speciality.

SEELEY A CO., LIMITED, 38 Great .Rus^bli. Strict, w.c.
EstaUisfaed in London in 1784 by Leonard Benton S^eley. the
son of a bookseller- at Bncktngham. PoblicationB, h^h-daas
works of art, religious, educatK>nal, and geUeraL Telegraphic
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SHAW, JOHN F., & CO., 48 Paternoster Row, e.c. Foonded
1833. Pnblishers of religious and juvenile books.

SHERRATT & HUGHES, 34 Cross Street, Manchester; 60
Chakdos Street, irx. Publishers to the Manchester
UniTersity.

SIEGLE, HILL & CO., 2 Lanobam Place, w. Educati6nal,
children's, art, and general publishers. Astolat Press publica-
tions. Telephone : Gerrard 3041.

SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, HAMILTON, KENT A CO., LIMITED,
4 Stationers' Hall Court, b.c. ; two establishments in
Paternoster Row, a Magaane and Periodical branch at
14 Ave Maria Lane, b^c, and Newspaper and Stationery
Branch in Jambs Street, Haym arret. This firm publish for
Miss Braddon, Helen Mathers, and other popular authors,
aad their business connections extend all over the world.
TeUgrapkie address : Slmpkin, Marshall, London.

SISLEY'S. LIMITED, 9 DuKB Street, Charing Cross, London.
Founded January, 1906. Genera) publishers, speciaUdng in
.artistically produced belles-lettres, reprints, Ac, of which
their series of Panel-Boohs, Sisley-Boohs, and Pixie-Boohs
are notable examples. Memoirs, fiction, and practical
manuals are also published. Managing Director : Charles
P. Sisley. Telephone : Central 13760. Telegraphic address :
Cedilla, London.

SKEFFINGTON A SON, 34 Southampton Street, Strand, w.c.
Founded more than fifty years ago by William Skeffington.
General and Miscellaneous publishers, especially of theology.
Also children's picture books. Telegraphic address : Lan-
guage, London. Telephone : 7435 Centrai.

SMITH, ELDER & CO., 15 Waterloo Place, s.w. Founded
early in the century by George Smith and Alexander Elder.
General pubUshers. Long known in connection with the
names of Thackeray, the Btownings, Charlotte Bronte,
Matthew Arnold, Anthony TroUope, Mrs. Gaskell, Leigh
Hunt, George Eliot, John Addington Symonds, Sir Arthur
Helps, George Henry Lewes, John Ruskin — to speak only of
those who are Rone. Publishers of the Dictionary of National
Biography, with the Supplement, edited by the late Sir Leslie
Stephen and Sidney Lee. Office ol the Comhitt Magazine,
Telegraphic address : Senones, London. Telephone : 1 347
Gerrard.

SMITH'S PUBLISHING COMPANY, 37 A 38 Temple House,
Tallis Street, e.c. Publishers of religious and semi-
religious books. Office of Great Thoughts, The Christian
Age, &c.

•SOCIMT FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE,
Northumberland Avenue, w.c. ; also at 43 Quben Victoria
Street, b.c., and 139 North Strxbt, Brighton. Publishers
ol works which *tend to carry out the objects defined by the
Society's titie. Telegraphic address : Christian Knowledge.

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SONNENSCHEIN (SWAN) & CO., LIMITED. 25 High Strbxt.
Bloomsbury. wx. Founded in 1878 by WiUiam $wan Son-
nenschein, and converted into a private company ia 1895.
General publisheis. Educational ana scientific works and works
of reference. Telegraphic address : Sonnenschein» London.

SOTHERAN, HENRY, & CO.. 140 Strand. w.c.» and 37 Picca-
dilly, w. Booksellers and Publishers to the King. 18 16.
Publishers of the ornithological and other works of the late
lohu Gould. F.R.S.. and many other large works in natutal
history, antiquarian subjects, art, &c. New. aecond-hand. and
export bookseUere. and dealers in autographs and engravings.
Telegraphic address : Bookmen^ London. Codes : Unicode and
ABC. Telephones : Central 1515, Mayfair 3601.

SPON. E. & F. N.. LIMITED, 57 Haymarkbt, s.w. Publishers
of technical works on all scientific subject and Transadions
of kindred societies. Founded iA 1840. Telegraphic address :
Fenspon, London^ Telephone : 3450 CentraL

SPQTTISWOODE & CO., LIMITED. 5 New Strert Square,
and Talbot Court. Graceghurch Street. b.c. Nautical
and ^hippine publications. Oifice of. The Church Quarterly
Review, Telegraphic addresses : Gracechurch Street, Spot-
leigh ; New Street Square. Spottiswoode, London.

STANFORD. EDWARD, u, 13. & 14 Long Acre, w.c. 1852.
Geographical, scientific, and military publisher. Geographer
to the King. Agent for the Ordnance and GeologiQal Survey
maps ; for the maps published by the War Office, the Indian
Trigonometrical Survey^ the Admiralty, and for the publica-
tions of the Royal Geographical and other societies. Publisher
and proprietor of Murray's Handboohs.

STATIONERS' COMPANY. Stationers' Hall Court, z^.

Founded 1403. Publish almanacs and school books.
♦STEVENS & HAYNES. 13 Bell Yard, Temple Bar. w.c.



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