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SOUTHEND-ON-SEA.

Comber, W., 76 Hirii St.
Cooper Bros., Cliff Town Road.
DowsETT, W., 25 High St.
Francis & Sons. 55 High St.

POCKLINGTON, MisSCS M. R. &

H. J., 3 Nelson Terrace.

SOUTHPORT.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 14

Neville St.
Wardleworth, W., 56 and 58

Neville St.

SOUTHSEiL

LiGHTBOWN, J. H., 37 Osborne

Road ; 127 King^s Road.
Sinclair, C. E., 7 Elm Grove.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 58 Great

Southsea St. ; 27 Albert Rd.
Steel, C. & E., 21 Marmion

Road.
Watts & Co., 64 Palmerston

Road.

SOUTH SHIELDS.

Learmount, W. D., y^ King
St.

SPALDING.

Porter, Market Place.

STAFFORD.

Boots, Ltd., 3 Market Square.
Smith. W. H.. & Son, 56
Greengate St.

STAMFORD.

Dolby Bros., 67 High St.
Potter, J. E. C, 58 High St.
Taylor & Dowtis, 28 High St.

STIRUNG.

Crocket, Mrs. J., 71 King St
Crawford & Co., 7 King St.
Mackay. E., 43 Murray Place.
♦Shearer, R. S., & Son. 6 King

St.
Shirra, W. L., 83 Port St.



STOCKPORT.

Claye & Son, 26 Little Under-
bank.

Dooley, H., 22 Lower Hill-
gate.

Smith, Mrs. T., 89 Lower Hill-
gate.

Thompson & Son.

STOCKTON-ON-TEES.

Tingle, D. J., & Co., 134 High

St.
Wood, J. R., & Son, 2 Central

Buildings.

STOKE-ON-TRENT.

Crosby, Miss. 52 and 54 Liver-
pool Road.

STONY STRATFORD.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 20 High
St

STOURBRIDGE.

Levi, W. J.

Mark & Moody, 52 and 53
High St.

STRANRAER.

M'Lachlan, W., 34 George St.

STR ATFOR D-ON- AVON.

Morgan. High St

Smith. W. H.. & Son, i High

St
Stanley & BoLToif . High St
Stanton, W., 17 and 18 Chapel

St.

STROUD, GLOS.

Collins, W., ii King St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 15 King

St
Symonds, C. E., 52 High St
White, 23 George St.

SUDBURY.

Marten, B. R., 17 Market

Hil).
Payn, J. G., 12 Market HilL



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SUNDERLAND.

CoATBS, W.. 25 Fawcett St.
BoDD, T. R., 41 & 42 Hendon

Road.
Hills & Co., 19 Fawcett St.

SURBITON.

Wright, 20 Victoria Road.
Philpott, Miss M., 93 Brighton
Road.

SUTTON COLDFIELD.

Smith. W. H., & Son, 54 The
Parade.

SUTTON, SURREY.

Holt, C, 69 High St.
PiLK, W., Ltd., 26 High St.

SWANSEA.

Boots, Ltd., i, 2, Oxford St.,

and 8 Goat St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, ii High

St.
Way, a. R., & Co., 4 Wind St.

SVHNDDN.

Drew, J.

OusBY, Mrs. E. R., 16 Wood St.
ToMKiNS & Barrbtt, Whole-
sale StoresL
WoODHAMs, Misses, 5 Bath Rd.

TAUNTON.

Abraham, H., ii Fore St.
♦Barnicott & Pbarce. 44 Fore

St.
Goodman, E., & Son, 8 North

St.
Hammbtt & Co., 53 North St.
Mounter, H. G.. East St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, Station

Rd.

TAVISTOCK.

Clark, J. B., 6 West St.

TEDDINOTDN.

Millard. Miss C, 38 High St.
Warmington, J. R., The

Library, Broad St., Upper

Teddington.



TSI6NM0UTH.

Day, W. H.

Lucy & Co., 13 Wellington St.
May, E. J., 3 Bank St.
Owen, F. & R., Regent St.
Smith. W. H.. & Son, 3 Wel-
lington St.



TENBY.

♦Arnett, J. E., High St.
Smith, W. H.. & Son,
Warren St.



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TEWKESBURY.

Browett, a. H. a S. E., 8 High
St.

THIRSK.

Wright, Z., Market Place.

TIPTON.

Elton & Brown, 47 Owen St.

TIVERTON.

Masland, W., Fore St.
Smith, W. H., & Son. 42 Fore
St.

TDNBRIDGE.

Snelling, H. & E., 172 High
St.

TORQUAY.

Cove, G. P., Union St. ; and 60

and 61 Fleet St.
Davis & Co., 17 Strand.
♦Iredale, a., 13 Strand.
Seeley, E. L,, Lawrence Place.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 75 Fleet

St.
Walker Bros.
Way & Co.

TREDEGAR.

Smith, W. H., & Son. 5 The
Circle.

TRING.

Bird, E. C, 6 & 7 High St.



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TROWBRIDGE.

Coleman, A. O., Church Walk.
DoTEsio, W. C, Silver St.
Massey, R. J., & Co., Castle

St.
RosB, G. W., 51 and 66 Fore

St.
Smith, W. H.. & Son, 53 Stal-

lard St.

TRURO.

Heard & Son, 27 Boscawen

St.
Netherton & Worth, 7

Lemon St.
♦Pollard, J., 5 St. Nicholas

St.
Simmons, Mrs. E., Quay St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 5 River

St.
Vincent, C. R., 102 Pydar St.

TUKBRIDGE WBLLS.

GouLDEN & Curry, 61 High

St.
♦Hall, R., 18 Chapel Place.
Hunt, S., Monson Road.
Pelton, R., 68 Ye Pantiles, and

Broadway.
Williams. D., 45 Mount Eph-

raim.

TWYFORD.

Smith, W. H., & Son, i Station
Road.

ULVBRSTON.

Atkinson, J., 6 King St.

UXBRIDGB.

Lucy A Birch, 45 High St.
Smith. W. H., & Son, 66 St.
Andrew's, High St.

VENTNOR.

Bridden, H. M. & K., Esplan-
ade.

Ives, H. A., 3 Pier St.

Knight's Library, 147 and
149 High St.



WAKEFIELD.

DODGSON, R. p., 152 & 154

Kirkgate.
MiLNES, W. H., 12 Market

Place.
West Yorkshire Printing

Co., Bread St.
Whitakbr, J. A., 6 Market
Place.

WALSALL.

Boots, Ltd., 25 Park St.
Griffin, J. & W., The Bridge.
KiRBY Sc Sons, Ltd., The

Bridge.
Smith, W. H., & Son. 38 Park

St.

WALTHAMSTOW.

Brown, C. E. H., 209 Hoe St.
JERMY. J. W., Hoe St.
Young, C. J., 3 St. James's St.



WARMINSTER.

CoATES, A. H., Market Place.
Lucas, 17 Market Place.

WARRINGTON.

Naylor, H. W., 45 Sankey St.
Pearse, p., 8 Sankey St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, Sankey
St.

WARWICK.

Lacy. H.. 8 High St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 9 High
St.

WATERFORD.

Croker, G. D., II The Mall.

WATFORD.

Dukes, G. T.. & Co., 3

Queen's Road.
Loosely & Co., 114 High St
Smith. W. H.. & Son. 119 St.

Albans Road.
Stratton, 86 St, Albans Road.



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WELUNOBOROUGH.

Bellamy & Sons, Silver St.
Perkins & Preston, 33 and 34
Sheep St.

WELUNOTOff, SHROPSHIRE.

Smith, W.H., & Son, Market St.

WELUN6T0N, SOMERSET.

Brooks, Miss S., 3 High St.
Parkhouse, J. H., 14 Fore St.
Tozer, L., & Co., 3 South St.

WELLS, SOMERSET.

Byrt, a., & Son, 42 High St.

WEST BROMWICH.

Almond, P. W., 245 High St.
WEST DRAYTON.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 3 Sunny-
side, Yiewsley.

WEST EALING.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 8 Castle

Hill Parade.
WEST HARTLEPOOL.
Mason, F. W., 4 Albert Square,

Church St.
Wilson, J., 19 Church St.

WESTCUFFE-ON-SEA.

Davidson, J., Station Road.

WEST6ATE-0N-SEA.

Venis, J.

WESTON-SUPER-MARE.

Boots, Ltd., 38 High St.
Davies Bros., 14 High St.
•Gill, F., 15 The Boulevard.
Lawrence Bros., 28 High

Street.
Lever, J., 39 Royal Arcade.
Philpott, Regent St.
PoPLB & Co., 86 High St.
Smith. W. H., & Son, Hereford

House, Magdala Buildings.

WEYMOUTH.

Boots, Ltd., 69 and 70 St.
Mary St.



Burt, G. M., St. Mary St.
Sherren & Son, 79 St. Mary St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 2 Coburg

Place.
Wheeler, H., 20 & 21 St.

Mary St.

WHITBT.

HoRNE & Son, Bridge St.
Newton, 75 Baflergate.

WHITCHURCH, SALOP.

Smith, W. H., & Son, Green
End.

WHITEHAVEN.

Burlington, R., 63 Lowther
St.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 33 Tan-
gier St.

WHITSTABLE.

Cox.

RiDOUT.

WIOAN.

Boots, Ltd., 47 and 49 Wall-
gate.
Platt, R., 17 Wallgate.
Starr, J., 16 Wallgate.

WIGTON.

M'Mbchan,

WIMBLEDON.

Collins & Ksw, Broadway.
JowETT, 40 Wimbledon Hill
Road.

WIMBORNE.

HoBBS, J. J., Eastbrook.
Seymour. F. S., The Square.

WINCHESTER.

Gilbert, H. M., & Sons, The

Square
Pamplin, Miss £. L., loi High

St.
Taplin & Tanner, 5 Jewry St.
♦Warren & Son, 85 ifigh St.
Wells, P. & G., 11 College

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WINDERMERE.

Smith, W. H., & Son, Sheffield
House.

WINDSOR.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 3 Peas-
cod St.
Luff, T. E., Trinity House.

WISBECH.

Gardiner & Co., 10 and 11

Union St.
Height, R., 16 Norfolk St.,

East.
Leach & Son, 26 High St.

WISHAW.

Hay, a., 40 Main St.

WOBURN SANDS.

Smith. W. H., & Son. High St.

WOKING.

Elton.

Steer, S. E., Chobham Rd.

WOLVERHAMPTON.

Barker, Alfred, 14 Queen
Square.

Boots, Ltd., 7 and 8 Queen St,

Fox, W. H., 14 Chaple Ash.

Hinde. a., 44 Dudley St.

RusHTON, J., & Son, 27 Queen
St.

Start, H., & Son, i Salop St.

Smith, W. H., & Son, Lichfield
St.

WiLMOTT, O. & C, 98 Darling-
ton St.

WOOLWICH.

Harris, R. J., i Beresford

Square.
♦Squires. W. J.. 95 Wellington
St. ; and 37 Hare St.

WORCESTER.

Boots, Ltd., 73 High St.
Dbighton & Co.. S3 High St.
Humphreys & Co., College St.
Morgan, F., 23 Broad St.



Smith, W. H., & Son. Hatton

Buildings, St. Nicholas St
Walter & Houghton.

WORKINGTON.

Smith, W. H., & Son, 5 South

William St.
Wilson, H. S., 17 Washington

St.

WORTHING.
Crawford, T. C. 56 South St.
FoYSTER, H. A., 10 South St.
Thomas. C. E., ii & 13 Chapel

Road.

WREXHAM.

Crowe, C, Market Hall.
Hughes & Son. 56 Hope St.
Jenkins, *R., 20 Hope St.
Smith, W. H.. & Son, 21 Re-
gent St.

YARMOUTH.

Blake, S. C, 25 Broad Row.
Jarrold & Sons, 182 King St.
Middleton. E. G.. 75 Victoria
Road.

TEOVIL.

Collins, W. B., Princes St.
Smith, W. H., & Son, 78

Middle St.
Whitby & Son, Princes St.

YORK.

Abraham, C A., 53 Coney St.

Brown, A., & Sons. Ltd., 6
CUfford St.

BuRDEKiN, C. L., 3 Parlia-
ment St.

Chapman & Wilson, 36 Coney
St.

GiLBBRTSON. St. Sampson's
Square.

Pickering. E. H.. 28 High
Ousegate.

Sampson, John, 13 Coney St.

Sessions, W., 30 Coney St.

Storey, E., 79A Micklegate.
♦Streicher, C. a.. Church St.

Watts. J. H., 13 Micklegate.

Wilson, T., 5 Coney St.



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AND CONTRIBUTORS' GUIDE
(REVISED TO NOV., 1907J

NOTE— D = Daily, W = Weekly, M = Monthly, Q = Quarterly, A = Annual.
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to those editors who are overwhelmed with matter which is sent
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correspondents.

1. All MSS. should be typewritten. Editors, as a rule, will
consent to read written "copy," but typewritten matter has a
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5. Letters to editors are not, as a rule, necessary. Each MS.
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States it should be borne in mind that, while MSS. can be forwarded
from the British Isles by book post, they can only be returned from
the United States by letter post, at correspondingly high rates.



PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS

AtMrdeen Daily Joomal (1876), Z>., id. iS-aa Broad Street, Aberdeen;

5 New Bridge Street, E.c. BdUor, Mr. Robert Anderson.
AlMTdean Bvening Expreu (1879). Z>.. }d. iB-sa Broad Street, Aberdeen ;

5 New Bridge Street, B.C. Editor, Mr. Robert Anderson.
AtMrdMn Brining Oaiette, Z>.. |d. Gaaette Office, Aberdeen; 149 Fleet

Street, E.C Editor, Mr. Hensy Alexander.
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E.C. Editor, Mr. Henry Alexander.
Abardean Waakly Journal (1748). W., id. 18-22 Broad Street, Aberdeen ;

5 New Bridge Street, E.C. Editor, Mr. Robert Anderson.
Abardaan Waakly Nawa (1864), id. 130 Union Street, Aberdeen.
Aoadamy, Tha (1869), W., 3d. 63 Linooln's Inn Fields, w.c Bdiior,
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Articles of practical interest conoeraing aeronauts, airships, and balloons.
Payment by arrangement.
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Indias, F., Id. DULAN and Co., 37 Soho Square, W.
Albany Baviaw (late Indapandant Raviaw, founded 1903). as. 6d. net., or
ais., post free, per annum. The Bodley Head, Vigo Street. Editor,
CHARLE.S RODBN BuXTON. EditoTuii Addriss (postal oommunications
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High literary standard required.
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llptaM Jovmal, Q., as. ao. Messrs. Longmans and Co., 39 Patenioster
Row, E.C
Original mountaineering. Organ of the Alpine Club. No payment.
*Aiiiat0iir Qardaadiiff. IV., id. 148 Aldersgate Street, E.C. Editor, Mr.
T. W. Sanusrs, F.L.S.

Practical papers on gardening (popular). Short stories considered in
August for Christmas number. Drawings and photographs.
*Ainattiir Pbotogzaphar, Tht, IV„ a± 5a Long Acre, w.c. Editor,

A. HORSLBY HiKTON.

Pictorial photography, technical and descriptive artides on photography

and the kindred arU, illustrated. Payment one guinea per page.

Special rates for research.

Amftflcaii AntbropcOiOgirt, Q,, z8s. 6d. per annum. Messrs. W. Wesley

AND Son, 28 Essex Street, Strand, w.c. Editor, Mr. F. W. Hodge,

Washington, U.S. A.

Amerlean Historical Review, The, 3s. 6d. net. Messrs. Macmillan, St

Martin's Street, w.c
Amarican Journal of ArohAOlogy, Second Series. Bi-Montkly, 4s. 6d. net.

Messrs. Macmillan and Co. , St. Martin's Street, w.c.
An Olaldheamh Solnis (1899), W., id. 24 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin.
The weekly bilingual organ of the Irish language movement. Edited for
the Gaelic League by P. H. Pearsb, B.A., B.L.
Angler's Mary, A., is. 6d. Bream's Buildings, E.a Editor, Mr. Horace

Cox.
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Street and St. Lawrence House, Mark Lane, B.C. Editor, Mr. LESLIE
Elphinstone, M.J.S.
*Anglo-BnBalan (eleventh year of publication), M. , is. 6d. per annum. 21 Pater-
noster Square, E.C. Editor, Mr. Jaakopf Prelooker.
Articl^ political, religious, commercial, and literary, dealing directly or
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Mr. Eknbst Bell.
Annual Gtiarltias Begister and Digest, A„ 5s. net. c.o. Messrs. Longmans

AND Co., 39 Paternoster Row, E.C.
Annual Register, A., i8s. c.o. Messrs. Longmans and Co., 39 Paternoster

Row, E.G
Answers (1888), W., id. Carmelite House, B.c. Managing Editor, Mr.
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Army and lliUtia Uit (Hart's) (1838), A., £1 is. c.o. Mr. J. Murray.

Albemarle Street, w.
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Editor, Sir W. H. Russelu
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.Articles are generally signed, and a preliminary letter is desirable.
•Art Record, The (1900), .1/., 4d. 144 Fleet Street, e.c. Editor, Mr. A. F.

Phillips.
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Madras. Editor, Mr. T. A. Swaminatha Aiyar. Publishers, The
Arya Pkess.
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staff only. Remuneration varies. MSS. returned if stamped' and
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Atlantic Monthly. M., is. 10 Orange Street, Leicester Square, w.c. Editor,

Mr. Bliss Perry.
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Tresham Gilbey.
High-class sporting matter. Length, four to six pages of about 600
words. MSS. returned when accompanied by stamps. The editor
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Band of Hope Gbronide. M., id. R. J. James, 3 and 4 London House

Yard. E.C.
Band of Hope Review, A/., ^d. R. J. James, 3 and 4 London House

Yard, E.C
Band of Hope Treunry, .1/., id. R. J. James, 3 and 4 London House

Yard, E.c.
Bankers' Kagaiine, M., is. 6d., double Nos.. February and August, 3s.
Messrs. Waterlow and Co., London Wall. Editor, Mr. Arthur W.
Kiddy.
BaxoBloy Independent, W., id. Bamsley. Editor, Mr. W. Wood.
Batll ArgfOB (1870). A. id. ; W., id. New Orchard Street, Bath. Editor,

Mr. William Baker.
Bath Herald (1792). Z>., id. ; H^., id. la Northgate Street, Bath ; 174 Fleet

Street, E.a Editor^ Mr. Belvillb S. Pen ley.
^BaiMMr (1868), Tri-W., 2d. Bazaar Buildings. £>rury Lane, w.c. Editor,
Mr. L. Upcott Gill.
Any practical subject practically treated : how to do or make anything ;
popular natural history ; oddities and antiquities. Single articles
usually run to a column and a half (1,000 words) and are paid for at
the rate of about 125. per thousand. Working diagrams and illustra-
tions where necessary are paid for according to space occupied, if they
admit of direct reproduction, but not if rough or defective, requiring to
be redrawn.
Belfast NeWB-Letter (1737, />., id. Donegal Street, Belfast ; 167 Fleet

Street, E.c. Messrs. Henderson and Co.
Belfast Weekly Telegraph (1873). ^^ i^- ; ^-^ ^^' ^oy^^ Avenue,

Belfast ; C4A Fleet Street, E.c. Messrs. W. and G. Baird, Ltd.
Berks. BnJdcs. and Gzon. ArclmdlOglcal Journal. Observer Office, Reading.
Editor, Rev. P. H. Ditchfield, M.A., F.S.A.
Nine volumes have been issued.
Bible Temperance Educator, Q., 3d. R. J. James, 3 and 4 London House

Yard, E.C.
Bicydln^ News and Motor Review (1876), as. 6d. per annum. Lionel
Street, Birmingham. Editor, Mr. John Urry.
Topical subjfcts in relation to the cycling and motor trades are desired.
Remuneration not stated. Matter should be in paragraphs or article
form. If stamps are sent MSS. will be returned ; a preliminary letter
is desirable, and articles should be signed unless special arrangements
have been made.
Biff Budget, The, W., id. 28 Maiden Lane, Strand, w.c. Editors, Mr.
Arthur Brooke and •• Yorick."
Articles desired of interest to boys and young men, and stories of strong
dramatic interest. Payment by merit.
Biological Bulletin, M„ 13s. 6d. per vol. Messrs. W. Wesley and Son.
28 Essex Street, Strand, w.c. Editors, Direciors and Members of the
Staff of the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hall, U.S.A.
Birmingham Daily Hail (1870). Evening, \Ci. Corporation Street, Birming-
ham ; 88 Fleet Street, E.c. Editor, Mr. H. F. Harvey.
Blrmingliam Dally Post (1857), D., id. New Street, Birmingham ; 88

Fleet Street, E.c. Editor, Mr. G. W. Hubbard.
Blimingham Brenlng Despatch (1891), ^d. Corpuration Street, Birming-
ham ; Shoe Lane, E.c. Editor, Mr. W. J. McAlifxe.
Blimingham Oasette and Express (1862), D,, id. Corporation Street,

Birmingham ; Shoe Lane, E.c. Editor, Mr. W. J. McAliece.
Birmingham Weekly Kercury (1884), id. Corporation Street, Birmingham.
Editor, Mr. C. Towler.



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•Btatfk and White (1891). (K. 6d. 63 Fleet Street, E.C

Drawings and photographs dealing with events of corrent importance or
unique personal interest are always welcome. Each picture should bear
on the back a full description, as well as the name and address of the
sender. Articles of about 1.500 words, dealing with mattefs of imeiat
in politics, society, sport, and the learned professions, will reopive
careful attention. Stories of about 3.500 words, dealiog with modem
life, of a cheerful and wholesome tone, strong dramatic interest, and
suitable for illustration, will be carefiiUy considered.
BlAdkbnm TtmM, IV., xd. Northgate, Blackburn. Editor, Mr. Jambs

ROSTRON.

Bladcwood'B Magailnn (1817). M., 2s. 6d. 45 Geone Street. Edinbnq^h.

and 37 Paternoster Row, London, B.a Editor, Mr. William Blackwood.



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