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Publish law books and periodicals.
♦STEVENS, HENRY, SON & STILES, 39 Great Russell Street.
w.c. Founded 1845. GeograpJiical and historical works
relating to America.

STEVENS, WILLIAM, LIMITED (The Family Herald Pr«ss). 23
and 24 Henrietta Street. Covbnt Garden, w.c. and 6
Queen Street, Edinburgh. Founded 1842. Publishers of
novels in book and serial form, weekly and monthly magazines.

STOCK. ELLIOT. 62 Paternoster Row. e.c. Founded 1859.
Publisher of antiquarian and bibliographical works^ poedry,
novels, heUes'lettres, and works on religious subjects.
♦STOCK WELL, ARTHUR H.. 6 snd 7 Crsbd Lambj Ludgate

Hill, e.c. Founded 1898. Publisher.
♦SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, THE. 57 and 5^ Ludoatb Hltx,
E.C. Publishers of teachers' lesson helps, works on teaching,
devotional, and theological works, reward books.- - Magazines :
YouMg England, TJka Golden Rule, the.Child^s Omu Mmgaxine,
and The Sunday School Chronicle, woekly. Telegraphic
address : " Bookful," London. Telephone : 775.Bauk«



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PAliT n.] PUBLISHERS 471

SWEET & MAXWELL, LIMITED, 3 Chancery Lanb, w.c.
L«gal xniblishers. Sweet, established 1790 ; Maxwdl, 1804 ;
anialgamated 1889. Telegraphic address : Snbjtcio, London.
Telephone : 1008 Holbom.

•THACKER, W., St CO., 2 Crbbd Lane. Ludgate Hill, e.g.,
Calcutta, Bombay, and Simla. Publishers of Indian law
books, sporting and general literature. Telegraphic address :
Mofassil, London.

•THEOSOPHICAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY, 161 New Bond
Stbebt, w. The Theosophical Publishing Society (founded
1888) was established to arrange for the publication of the
rapidly increasing output of theosophical Uterature. Manager :
Miss £. Ward. Office of The Theosophical Review,

•THIN, JAMES, Edinburgh. All departments, new and second-
hand.

♦THOMSON, J., 10, Craven Gardens, Wimbledon, s.w. Founded
1903. Publishes editions de luxe, and works in bibliography.
THYNNE, CHARLES JAMES, Wycliffe House, 6 Great
Queen Street. Lincoln's Inn, w.c. Publisher of Protestant
and Evangelical works.
TKEHERNE & CO., LIMITED (ANTHONY), la York Build-
ings, Adblphi, w.c. Publishers of belles-leUres and general
Uterature, including The Vagabond's Library, The Coronation
Series, The Humpty-Dumpiy and Stump Boohs (18 vols.), and
books by Douglas Sladen, William Le Queux, E. Nesbit,
Mrs. Kennard. Richard Marsh, Herbert Compton, A. G. Hales,
Louis Wain, Fergus Hume, Harry Furniss. etc Telephone :
National, 3475 Gerrard. Telegrams : Trehemet, London.
TRUSLOVE A HANSON, LIMITED, 153 Oxford Street, w.,
and 6b, Sloane Street s.w. Publish Litchfield's JUus-
irated Histories of Furniture, and Pottery and Porcelain, Town-
send's Embroidery,

♦TUCK, RAPHAEL, & SONS. LIMITED, Raphael House, Moor-
fiblds. City. 19 Rue db Paradis^ Paris ; Wilhblm-
STftAssB 106, Berlin ; New York : 122-124 Fifth Avenue.
Publishers of Christmas and New Year cards, picture post-
cards, calendars, and illustrated books. Telegraphic address :
Palette, London.

UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD. 104 High Holborn, w.c:
Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth Street, New York ; also at
St. Petersburg. Bombay, Melbourne, Toronto, San Francisco,
Ottawa, Kansas. Formerly publishers of The Traveller maga-
zine. Publishers of stereographs for home and school use. The
Underwood Travel System, Solid Geometry through the Stereoscope,
Trapel Lessons on the Life of Jesus, Travel Lessons on the Old
Testament ; The Underwood Patent Map System, and the follow-
ing series of special stereoscopic guide-books : Egypt, Palestine,
India, Russia, Switzerland, Greece, China, America, Norway,



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JUily, Ireland, Through ih» Stereoscope, and otheo- similar
bool^. Telegraph and cable address: Views, London. Tele-
phone: 1805 CentraL

♦UNICORN PRESS, LIMITED, THE (" At the sign of the Uni-
com "), 7 Cecil Court, w.c. Established 1895. Publishes
series in belles-lettres and general literature.

♦UNWIN, T. FISHER, i Adblphi Terrace, Strand, w.c. (formerly
II Paternoster Buildings, B.C.); 20 Inseistrasse, Leipsic;
21 Richmond Street West, Toronto, with agencies in Paris,
Turin, New York, Melbourne. Sole agents in £urox>e lor the
publications of the Chicago University Press. Established
Easter, 1883. General publisher. Appointed by the British
Government sole wholesale agent for small-scale Ordnance
survey and geolo^cal maps. Also publisher to the India
Office. Issues vanous series, including Unwinds Library (for
the Continent), Unwinds Colonial Library (for British colonies
throughout the world). The Story of the Nations (64 vols.).
The South American Series, The * Chats * Series for collectors.
The Brtghtwen Nature Books, The Builders of Greater Britain,
The Reformer's Bookshelf, The Adventure Series, The Climbers^
Guides Series, The Irish Library, The Welsh Library, The
Children's Study Series, The Children's Library, The Library
of Literary History, The Mermaid Series (English drama). The
Canieo Series of Poets, The First Novel Library, and various
other series of novels, etc. Publishes The International
Magazine, a record of progress. Telegrams : Century, London.
Telephone .-181 Central.

VIRTUE & CO., 7 City Garden Row, City Road, n.
Founded in 1820 bv C^eorge Virtue. Art publications. Pro-
prietors and publishers of The Art Journal, The Art Annual,
etc. Telegraphic address : Virtutis, Lx)ndon. Telephone :
5932 Central.

WALKER, W.. St. Paul's Buildings, 28 Paternoster Row, e.c.
Founded in. 1898. Publisher of theological works.

WARD, LOCK & CO., LIMITED, Warwick House, Salisbury
SguARE, E.c. New York and Melbourne. Founded by Geoi]ge
Lock and E. Ward about fifty years ago, but tracing its
descent much farther back through Moxon and others.
General publishers. Proprietors and publishers of the
Windsor Magazine, Mrs, Beeton's Cookery Books, etc. Tele-
graphic address : Warlock, London.

WARD. ROWLAND, LIMITED, 167 Piccadilly, w. PubUshers
of books dealing with sport, travel, and natural history.

_,, Telegraphic address : Jungle, London.

WARNE. FREDERICK, & CO., Chandos House. Bedford
Street, Strand, w»c. New York : 36 East 22nd Street.
Founded in 1865. Publishers of standard and illustrated
works in general literature and natural history. Telegraphic
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PART n.] PUBLISHERS 473

♦WASHBOURNE, R. * T., LIMITED, i. 2, & 4 Paterkoster
Row, B.C. The pablications of this firm are exclnsively
Roman Catholic.

WATTS & CO., 17 Johnson's Court, Fleet Street, e.g. 1876.
Publishes books dealing with liberal religious thought.
Agents of the Rationalist Press Association, and publishers of
The R.P.A. Annual, The Literary Guide, a Rationalist review
(monthly). The Ethical World, and other Rationalist works.
*WELLBY, PHILIP, 6 Henrietta Street, w.c. Founded 1900.
Philosophy, religion, spiritualism, fiction, and belles-lettres.
Publisher of The Seeker (quarterly), The Forecast (quarterly).
The Aldwych Series, The White Cross Library, and the Mystical
^ Works of A. E. Waite.

WELLS GARDNER. DARTON & CO., LTD.. 3 Paternoster
BuiLDiNiss, B.C.. and 44 Victoria Street, s.w. 1857. This
firm are Church publishers and also issue literature for the
youns, and many ms^azines. They are also the publishers
for the Girls' Friendly Society and the Mothers' Union.
Telegraphic address: Publishers, London. Telephone: 2713
Central.

WELLWOOD, S., 34 Strand, w.c. Publisher of the Wellwood
Boohs (finely produced editions on handmade paper), also
occasional new works in poetry and belles-lettres.

WESLEY, WILLIAM, & SON, 28 Essex Street, Strand, w.c.
Publishers and booksellers. Have for sale an extensive col-
lection of works on Natural History, Mathematics, and Physics.
Agents for the chief American scientific periodicals, and the
publications of the University of Chicago. Correspondents
and distributing agents for the International Exchange Service
of the Smithsonian Institution.

WHITAKER, L, & SONS, LIMITED, 12 Warwick Lane, e.g.
Established January, 1858. Proprietors and publishers of
Whitaher's Almanack (1869), WhUaker's Peerage (1897), The
Reference Catalogue of Current Literature (1874), The Book-
seller (1858). monthly ; The Stationery Trades Journal (1880),
monthly ; The Monthly Gazette of Current Literature ; and
several religious and other works.

♦WHITE, F. v., & CO., 14 Bedford Street, Strand, w.c. Pub-
lishers of general literature, including a large number of novels
by John Strange Winter. G. Manville Fenn, Mrs. Edward Ken-
nard, Florence Warden, and n^any other favourite writers.
Telegraphic address : Playbook, London.

WHITTAKER & CO.. 2 White Hart Street, Paternoster
Square, e.c. 1783. Scientific and educational publishers.

WILLIAMS & NORGATE, 14 Henrietta Street. Covent
Garden, w.c. Theological, philosophical, medical and linguistic.
Publishers of Herbert Spencer's works, Hibbert Journal, &c.
Telegraphic and cable address : Librorum, London. Telephone:
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•WILSON & CX).. FREDERICK W.. 93 Hopb Strbbt, Glasgow.
Publishers of fiction, poetry, local history, books relating to
Glasgow, and geneiul literature. Among the authors they
have introduced to the reading world are Mr. John Davidson,
author of Fleet Street Eclogues; Mr. David Lowe, author of
Sonnets of Sweet Sorrow; Mr. E. J. W. Gibb, the Oriental
scholar, author of A History of Ottoman Poetry ; Mr. Robert
Bird, author of Law Lyrics ; and other writers of note who
have come to the front within recent years.
WILSON, CLEMENT, Norfolk House, Norfolk Street,*
Strand, w.c. Publisher of Investors' Review,

♦WILSON, EFFINGHAM, $4 Threadneedle Street, e.g. 1806.
Publisher of financial guides and numerous books dealing
with business and legal matters.
WITHERBY & CO., 326 High Holborn, w.c. Publishers of
natural history books and periodicals, travel books, and the
Royal Navy List. Telegraphic address : Whereby, London.

•WYMAN A SONS, LIMITED, Fetter Lanb, b.c. PubUshers to
the Government. West-End Office, 32 Abingdon Street, West-
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PART n.] COLONIAL PUBLISHERS 47J

COLONIAL, AMERICAN, AND FOREIGN
PUBLISHERS

BTery effort has been made (0 Mng these bsts up to date, but, owing
to the delagre of eon«poiideiie(» and to the diflleiilty o( elleHtog
information at first-hand, It has not been possible t» attain to
eompleteness.

COLONIAL PUBLISHERS

AUSTRAUA AND NEW ZEALAND

ANGUS & ROBERTSON, LTD., Publisher^ to the University of
Sydney. Publishers of Australian poetry, fiction, educational
books, and general literature. London Wholesale Agents :
Australian Book Company, 21 Warwick Lane. London, B.C.

BULLETIN NEWSI>APER COMPANY, LIMITED,. 214 Gborgb
Strsbt, Sydnby. Founded! 880. Publishers of Australasian
poetry, fiction, and general literature. London Wholesale
Agents : Messrs. Edwards, Dunlop & Co., Breams Buildings,
Chancery Lane, e.g. Literary Agents : The literary Agency
of London, 5 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, w.c

COLE* £. W., }iELBOJjBNK, Sydney, and Adblaipb*

EDWARDS, DUNLOP & CO., LIMITED, Sydney and Brisbane.

GEORGE ROBERTSON CO. PROPRIETARY, LIMITED, Mel-
BOURNE, Sydney, Adelaide, and Brisbane. Publishers of
helles'leHres, technical and educational works.

MELVILLE & MULLEN, Melbourne.

WHITCOMBE & TOMBS, LIMITED, Christchurch, N.Z.
FontidiMl 1S72. Branches at Welfington and Dunedin, N.Z.,
and at Melbourne. Educational and general publishers.

OANAPA

BRIGGS, WM., Toronto.

COPP CLARK CO., LIMITED (THE), 64. Front Strbet West.
Toronto. Founded 1847. Publishers pf fiction and school-
l^ooks.

GAGE, W. J., & CO., Front Street West, Toronto.

LOUGHTON & HALL, Toronto.

MXEAN PUBLISHING CO.. LIMITED, lo Front Street
East, Toronto ; 232 M'Gill Street, Montreal. Founded
1884. Trade and scientific publishers. London office :
109 Fleet Street, e.c.

ME.THODIST BOOK AND PUBLISHING HOUSE, 29-^3 Rich-
mond Street West, and 30-36 Temperance Street,
Toronto. 1829. General pubUshers.

MORANG* G. N., & CO,, LIMITED, Toronto.

POOLE-STEWART, limited, 21 Richmond Street West,
Toronto. Publishers of fiction.

PUBLISHERS' SYNDICATE, LIMITJED^ Toronto.



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REVELL COMPANY, FLEMING H., 27 Richmond Strbbt West.

TOROKTO.

WARWICK BROTHERS &. RUTTBfe. Toronto. General Pub-

Ushers.

CAPE GOLOHT
ARGUS PUBLISHING COMPANY. CafbtoWn, and at Johan-

NBSBiTRG and Prbtoria.
BARLOW BROTHERS ft CO., Bloempontsin.
DARTER BROTHERS ft CO., Capetown and Stbllenbosch.

Educational pnb^thers.
DAVIS ft SONS, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, Durban, and

Maritzburg. .
GODLONTON & CO., Kimberley.
GORlX)N & GOTCH, Capetown.
GROCOTT ft SHERRY, East London, Graijamstown, and

Johannesburg.
JUTA, J. C, ft CO., Capetown, and at EA?t London, Grabams-

town, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth, King Wiluams-

TOWN, Stellenbosch, and Dure an. (Natal). Fonnded 1853.

Publishers of general literature, law, educational, linguistic,

and belles-lettres, London agency : 36 Ba^nghall Street, e.g.
KEITH, J., Pretoria.
MILLER, T. M., Capetown and Paarl. Founded 1893. ^^^

Usher of educational works and books of a local character.

IHDIA AND CEYLON

BiSNNETT, COLEMAN & CO., Hornby Road, Bombay.
Founded 1838. PubUsher of Tintes of .In^ia 9XiA Indian
Sporting Times,

BLACKIE & SON, L,1MITED, Warwick House, Bombay,

COWE, H. W., & CO., Colombo. Ceylon.

COMBRIDGE, a. t., ft CO., Bombay.

COMBRIDGE ft CO., Madras.

EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY'S PRESS, Byculla^ Bombay.

FERGUSON, A. M. ft J., Colombo, Ceylon.

HIGGINBOTHAM ft CO., Madras and BAnoalore. ' Founded
1844. Books On Indian law, and Uterature deaUng with Indian
subjects ; also cookery books. BookstaU contractors in S. India,

LONGMANS, GREEN ft CO., 32 Hornby Road, Bombay.

MACMILLAN ft CO., Bombay.

NATESAN, G. a., ft CO., Esplanade, MADkAS. Founded 1697.
General pubUsher, especially of books on Indian poUtics, philo-
sophy, reUgion, and soci<dogy.

NEWAL KISHORE PRESS, Lucknow.

NEWMAN, W., & CO., 4 Dalhousie Square, Calcutta. Pub-
' Msh books on Indian subjects, guide-books, ftc.

THACKER, SPINK ft CO., Calcutta and Simla. Fonnded 1819.
Publish works on Indian law, books on medicihe Sjad Indian
languages, ftc.

THACKER ft CO.. Bombay.

THOMPSON ft CO., Madras.



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PART n.] AMERICAN PUBLISHERS 477

AMERICAN PUBLISHERS

AIXYN & BACON, Boston.

ALTEMUS (HENRY) CO., Philadelphia.

AMERICAN BAPTIST PUBLICATION SOCIETY. Phila-

DBLPHLA.

AMERICAN BOOK COMPANY. Washinotom SgoAU, Nbw

York. 1890. Educational text-books.
AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY. New York.
AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY, New York.
APPLETON (D.) & CO., 436 Fifth Avenue, New York. 1825.
Fiction, scientific educatiottal, Spanish, reference, and sub-
scription. London office : 2$ Bedford Street, w.c. ; Paris
representative : Theodore Stanton, 9 Avenue du Trocad6ro.
ARENA PUBLISHING CO., Boston.
ARMSTRONG (A. C.) & SON, New York.

BAKER A TAYLOR COMPANY (THE), 33-37 East Seven-
teenth Street, New York. Publishers of fiction chiefly.
BANCROFT-WHITNEY CO., San Francisco.
BAPTIST BOOK CONCERN, Louisville.
BARNES (A. S.) & CO., 156 FirrH Avenue. New York. 1838.
General publishers, including fiction, religious and edncational
books, telegrams : Barnbook. New York. London 2 W.
Morris Chiles, 70 Lincoln's Inn Fields, w.c.
BARRIE (GEORGE) & SON. Philadelphia.
BENZIGER BROS., New York, Chicago* Cincinnati.
BIGLOW & MAIN CO., New York.

BOBBS-MERRILL COMPANY. Indianapolis. 1838. Pub-
lishers of beliss'lsUres and law-books. London ageiits :
Messrs* B. F. Stevens ft Brown, 4 Trafalgar Square, w.c.
BONNELL, SILVER, ft CO*
BONNER'S (ROBERT) SONS, New York.
BRENTANO'S, New York.
BURROWS BROS. CO.. Cleveland.
CASSELL ft CO., New York.

CENTURY COMPANY (THE), Union Square, New York.
1870. General publishers ; magazines ; The Century Die-
Honary. Publish works by. all the most prominent English
and American writers. Telegrams : Century. New l^rk.
London agent : R. Brimley Johnson, 4 Adam Street, Adelphi.
w.c.
CHAUTAUQUA PRESS. Cleveland. Ohio.
CLARENDON PRESS (THE). New York.
CLARK PUBLISHING CO. (C. M.). Boston.
CLARKE CO. (THE ROBERT). Cincinnati.
COATES ft CO. (HENRY T.). Philadelphia.
COLLIER ft SON (P. F.), New York.
CONKEY CO. (W. B.). ChJcaoo.
COOK PUBLISHING CO. (DAVID C). Chicago.
COPELAND ft DAY. Boston.



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CROSCUP & STERLING CO., New York.

CROWELL (THOMAS Yw) j& CX>., .4^6 West Broadway,

Nbw York. Publishers of general literature and reprints.

London Office : 15 York Street, wx.
CURRENT LITERATURE PUBLISHING COMPANY, 34

West 26tr Street. New York, i 888. Publishers of Current

Literature, a monthly literary magazine, and Skori Stories, a

monthly magazine of fiction. London address: 34 Nocidlk

Street. Strand, w.c.
DAMROLL & UPHAM, Boston.
DeWOLFE. FISKE & ca. Boston.
DILLINGHAM CO. (G. W.). New York.
DODD, MEAD & CO., 372 Fifth Avenue, New York. 1839.

General Publishers. London agent : Mr. Joseph B. Gilder,

4 Trafalgar Square, w.c.
DODGE PUBLISHING CO.. New York.
DOUBLED AY. PAGE & CO., 34 Union Square East, New

York. 1899. Successors to Doubleday & McQureOo. 1896.

Publishers in all departments of literature ; makitig a speciality

of nature study books. Issue works by many of the more

prominent American and foreign authors. London agent :

Mr. H. C. Roberts. 25 Jermyn Street. s.w.
DUTTON & CO. (B. P.), New York. -
EDUCATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., Boston.
ELLIS (GEORGE H.), Boston.
ESTES A CO. (DANA), 212 Summer Street, Boston. Siib«

scrip tion editions of standard authors, juvenile and general

literature.
FLOOD & VINCENT, Meadville, Pa.
FORDS, HOWARD & HULBERT, New York.
FUNK & WAGNALLS CO., 30 Lafayette Place, New York.

1876. Reference works and general literature. London

office : 44 Fleet Street, E.c.
GEBBIE & CO., Philadelphia.
GINN & CO.. 29 Beacon Street, Boston. 1867. Educational

literature. London office : 9 St. Martin's Street, w.c.
GORHAM (EDWIN S.), New York.
GRAFTON PRESS, New York.
HARPER <ft BROTHERS, Franklin Square, New York. 18 17.

Periodicals and general literature. London office: 45 Albe-
marle Street, w.
HEATH (D. C.) & CO., 120 Boylston Street. Boston. 1885.

Educational text-books. London agent: Mr. George G.

Harrap, 1 5 York Street, w.c.
HELMAN-TAYLOR CO.. Cleveland, Ohk).
HOLT ft CO. (HENRY). 29 West Twenty-Third Street, New

York. 1868. Educational and general literature.
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO., 4 Park Street, Boston. 1833.

Publish in every department of belUs4etires, and issue Works •

by all the fosemost Engliali' and American poets. Telegrams :'

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PART II.] AMERICAN PUBLISHERS 479

JACOBS A CO. (GEORGE W.). Philadblphia.

JENKINS. WILLIAM R.. 851 & 853 Sixth Avenue. New Vork.
Founded 1872. Linguistic works chiefly, veterinarv and mis-
cellaneous. London agents : Messrs. Bailli^re, Tincfall & Cox,
and the American School and College Text-Book Co.

JUDD CO. (ORANGE), New York.

KELLOGG (E. U) & CO., New York.

KERR A CO. (Charles H.), Chicago.

LAIRD & LEE. Chicago.

LANE (JOHN), New York.

LEE & SHEPARD, 202 Devonshire Street. Boston. 1861.
Works in general literature, with juvenile books as a special
branch ; sJso metaphysical books. Ix)ndon agents : Messrs.
Gay & Bird. Telegrams : Leshep, Boston.

LIPPlNCOTT (J. B.) CO., East Washington Square, Phila-
delphia. 1792. General literature, nature studies, educa-
tional, sdentiflc, medical, and reference works. London
office : 5 Henrietta Street, w.c.

LITTLE. BROWN & CO., 254 Washington Street, Boston.
1837. All branches of literature, including reprints of
standard authors, domestic, religious, law, and juvenile books.
Telegrams : Brownlit, Boston.

LONGMANS. GREEN & CO., New York.

LOTHROP PUBLISHING CO.. 530 Atlantic Avenue, Boston.
1850. Publishes fiction, educational, and juvenile books, and
general belles-lettres. London agent : Mr. Chas. H. Kelly,
2 Castle Street, City Road, e.g., and 26 Paternoster
Row, e.c,

LUCE, JOHN W., & CO., 31 Beacon Street, Boston. Publishers
of the Foolish Series, Ix>ndon oflice : 1 5 York Street, Covent
Garden, w.c.

MACMILLAN COMPANY (THE), New York. General pub-
lishers*

MARQUIS & CO., A. N., 324-326 Dearborn Street, Chicago.
Founded 1885. Publishers of reference books, including
Who's Who in America,

MAYNARD, MERRILL & CO., New York and London.

McCLURG (A. C.) «& CO.. 215 Wabash Avenue, Chicago. 1848.
Publishers of fiction, standard reprints, history, handbooks
on music, and juvenile literature. Telegrams : Macclurg,
Chicago.

McCLURE, PHILLIPS & CO., 141 East Twenty-Fifth Street,
New York. 1900. General publishers, including biograpli-
ical, scientific, religious, reference, and children's books.
London office : 10 Norfolk Street, Strand, w.c.

MERRIAM (G. & C.) CO.. Springfield, Mass. 1832. Publishers
of Webster^s dictionaries and law books. London agents :
Messrs. Geo. Bell & Sons.

MERRILL & BAKER, New York.

MUNRO'S SONS (GEORGE), New York.

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OGILVIE & CO. (T. S.), New York.

OPEN COURT PUBLISHING COMPANY, 324 Dearborn
Street, Chicago. 1887. Scientific, religioae, and philo-
sophical publications. London agents ; Messrs. Kegan Paul.
Trench, Triibner St Co.

OUTLOOK COMPANY, New York.

PAGE & CO. (L. C), 200 Summer Street, Boston. General
publishers.

POTT & CO. (JAMES), New York.

PUTNAM'S (G. P.) SONS, 27 West Twenty-Third Street, New
York. 1841. Publishers of standard litem tare, history,
biography, political science, natural science, and medicine.
London office : 24 Bedford Street, Strand, w.c.

RAND, McNALLY & CO., Chicago.

REVELL COMPANY (Fleming H.), 63 Washington Street,
CiiicAGO ; 158 Fifth Avenue, New York ; and at Toronto.
Publishers of religious books. London office : 21 Paternoster



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ROYCROFT printing shop, East Aurora, New York.

SAALFIELD PUBLISHING CO., Akron. Ohio.

SCRIBNER'S SONS (CHARLES), 153-157 Fifth Avenue, New
York. 1846. General, publishers. London agent : Mr.
Lemuel W. Bangs, St. Dunstan's House, Fetter L^ie. e.c.

SILVER, BURDETT & CO., New York and Boston.

SMALL, MA YNARD & CO.. Boston.

SMYTHE CO. (A. H.), Columbus, Ohio.

SPROUL, GEORGE D., 1 50 Fifth Avenue, New York. Expen-
sively produced editions. London office: 15 York Street.
Covent Garden, w.c

STECHERT (G. E.) & CO., 129-133 West Twentieth Street.

N'ew YORKa

STOKES CO. (FREDERICK A.), 5 and 7 East Sixteenth Street,

New York. 1881. Fiction, art, juvenile, and general

literature.
STONE (HERBERTS.)&CO., II EldridgeCourt,Chicago. 1897.

Publishers of fiction chiefly. Telegrams : Chapbook, Chicago.
STREET & SMITH, New York.
TAYLOR & CO. (J. F.). 5-7 East Sixteenth Street, New York.

1892. Subscription editions of standard authors and general

literature.
TREAT & CO. (E. B.). New York.
UNITY PUBLISHING CO., Chicago.
UNIVERSITY PUBLISHING CO., N^w York.
VAN NOSTRAND CO. (D.), New York.
VIR PUBLISHING CO.. Philadelphia.
WESSELS COMPANY (A.), 43 & 45 East Nineteenth Street,

New York. General publishers.
WHITTAKER. New York.
WILDE & CO. (W. A.), Boston.
YOUNG & CO. (E. & J. B.). New York.
2IEGLER A CO. (P. W.). Philadelphla.



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PART 11.] FOREIGN PUBLISHERS 481

FOREIGN PUBLISHERS

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY

GESELLSCHAFT FOR GRAPHISCHE INDUSTRIE. Gumpen-

DORFBR-STRASSB 87, ViBNNA VI. 2. 1887. PubUsheS WOrkS

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