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OFFICE, BREAM'S BUILDINGS, CHANCERY LANE, E.C.

BY JOHN C. FRANCIS AND J. EDWARD FRANCIS.

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NOTES AND QUERIES is published on TEWSVENDORS' BENEVOLENT ANT)

PROVIDENT INSTITUTION. FRIDAY AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock.

Founded 1839.

Funds exceed 27.0002.

Office: 15 and 16, Farringdon Street, London, E.C. to NOTES AND QUERIES free by post is 10%. 31. for Six

Patron : Months; or 208. Bil. for Twelve Months, including the Volume Index. The Right Hon. THE EARI. OF ROSEBERY, K.G. K.T. J. EDWARD FRANCIS, Noles and Queries Office, Bream's Buildings,

Presiilent: Chancery Lane, E.C.

The LORD GLENESK.

Treasurer :

THE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER BANK, LIMITED. from Public Records. Pamphlet post free.

OBJECTS.- This Institution was established in 1839 in the City of

London, under the Presidency of the late Allerman Harmer, for RMS and CRESTS: Authentic Information

granting Pensions and Temporary Assistance to principals and upon all Matters connected with Heruldry.

assistants engagedi as vendors of Newspapers,

MEMBERSHIP.-Every Man or woman throughout the United

Kingdom, whether Publisher, Wholesaler, Retailer, Employer, or with special attention to accuracy of detail and artistic treat

Employeul, is entitled to become a Member of this Institution, anii ment. Book-Plates, Dies, Seals, Signet.kings, Livery-Buttons, &c.

enjoy its benefits upon payment of Five Shillings annually, or Three

Guincas for life, provided that he or she is engaged in the sale of L. CULLETON, 92, Piccadilly, Loudon, W.

Newspapers, and such Members who thus contribute secure priority of consideration in the event of their needing aid from the Institution.

PENSIONS.-The Annuitants now number Thirty-six, the Men BOOKS

receiving 251. and the Women 201. per annum each. supplied, no matter on what subject. Acknowledged the world The "Royal Victoria Pension Fund," commemorating the great over as the most expert Bookfinders extant. Please state wants.- advantages tho News Trade enjoyed under the rule of Her late BAKER'S Great Bookshop, 11-16, John Bright Street, Birmingham. Muesty Queen Victoria, provides 201, a year each for Six Widows of

Newsvendors.

The “ Francis Fund" provides Pensions for One Man, 251., and One AGENCY FOR AMERICAN BOOKS.

Woman 201., and was specially subscribed in memory of the late John

Francis, who died on April 6, 1882, and was for more than fifty years P. PUTNAM'S SONS, PUBLISHERS and Publisher of the Athenarum. He took an active and leading furt BOOKSELLERS,

throughout the whole period of the agitation for the repeal of the Of 27 and 29, West 23rd Street, New York, and 24, BEDFORD STREET,

various then existing "Taxes on knowledge," and was for very many

years a staunch stil porter of this Institution. LONDON, W.C., desire to call the attention of the READING PUBLIO The "Hornce Marshall Pension Fund" is the gift of the late Mr. to the excellent facilities presented by their Branch House in Londou

Horace Brooks Marshul. The employés of that firm have primary

right of election to its benefits. for filling on the inost favourable terms, orders for their own

The "Herbert Lloyd Pension Fun!" provides 251. per annum for STANDARD PUBLICATIONS, and for all AMERICAN BOOKS. one inan, in perpetual und grateful memory of Mr. Herbert Lloga, who

died May 12, 1899. Catalogues sent on application.

The principal features of the Rules governing election to all Pensions are, that ench Candidate shall have been (1) a Member of the Institu.

tion for not less than ten years preceding application ; (2) not less than ABOUT 2,000 BOOKS WANTED Arts five years of age ; (3) engaged in the sale of Newspapers for at least

ten years, Are advertised for weekly in

RELIEF.-Teroporary relief is given in cases of distress, not only

to Members of the Institution, but to Newsvenilors or their servants THE PUBLISHERS' CIRCULAR AND

who may be recominended for assistance by Members of the Institu.

tion. Inquiry is mule in such cities by Visiting Coinmittees, an! BOOKSELLERS' RECORD

relief is awarded in accordance with the merits and requirements of ench anne.

W, WILKIE JONES, Secretary. (ESTABLISHED 1837),

Price 108. 6d, net. Which also gives Lists of the New Books published during the Week, Announcements of Forthcoming Books, &c.

THE NINTH SERIES Subscribers have the privilege of a Gratis Advertisement in

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E N Ꭼ Ꭱ Ꭺ Ꮮ I N D E X the Books Wanted Columns.

OF Sent for 52 weeks, post free, for 108. 6d. home and 138. 6d. foreign Subscription.

NOTES AND QUERIES. Specimen copy free on application to all mentioning

With Introduction by JOSEPH KNIGHT, F.S.A. “Notes and Queries.'

This Index is double the size of previous ones, as it contains, in

addition to the usual Index of Subjects, the Names and Pseudonyms of Price TWOPENCE WEEKLY.

Writers, with a List of their contributions. The number of constant

Contributors exceeds eleven hundred. The Publishers reserve the Office : ST. DUNSTAN'S HOUSE, Fetter Lane, London. right of increasing the price of the volume at any time. The number

printed is limited, and the type has been distributed.

Free by post, 108. lid, rental, within five minutes of Fleet Street.-Apply Box 1156,

JOHN C. FRANCIS and J. EDWARD FRANCIS, Athenæum Press, 13, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C.

Notes and Queries Office, Bream's Buildings, E.C.

TO LET, WAREHOUSES and OFFICES, at low

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BOOKS: -ALL OUT-OF- PRINT

G. P. PUTNAM'SOKONS PUBLISHERS and

NOTES AND QUERIES is published on NEW

(EWSVENDORS BENEVOLENT ANT)

PROVIDENT INSTITUTION. FRIDAY AFTERNOON at 2 o'clock.

Founded 1839.

Punds exceed 27,0001. NOTES AND QUERIES: --The SUBSCRIPTION Office: 15 and 16, Farringdon Street, London, E.C. to NOTES, AND.QUERIES free, by post is 108. 3.l. for Six

Patron : Months ; or W. 61. for Twelve Months, including the Volume Index. The Right Hon. THE EART. OF ROSEBERY, K.G. K.T. J. EDWARD FRANCIS, Noles arul Queries Office, Bream's Buildings,

President: Chancery Lane, E.C.

The LORD GLENESK.

Treasurer : of Descent

THE LONDON AND WESTMINSTER BANK, LIMITED. from Public Records. Pamphlet post free.

OBJECTS.-This Institution was established in 1839 in the City of

London, under the Presidency of the late Alderman Harmer, for

Information granting Pensions and Temporary Assistance to principals and upon all Matters connected with Heraldry.

assistants engaged as Vendors of Newspapers.

MEMBERSHIP.-Every Man or woman throughout the United

Kingdom, whether Publlsher, Wholesaler, Retailer, Employer, or with special attention to accuracy of detail and artistic treat- Employed, is entitleil to become a Member of this Institution, an i ment. Book-Plaies, Dies, Seals, Signet-Kings, Livery-Buttons, &c. enjoy its benefits upon payment of Five Shillings annually, or Three L. CULLETON, 92, Piccadilly, London, W.

Guineas for life, provided that he or she is engaged in the sale of Newspapers, and such Members who thus contribute securo priority of consideration in the event of their needing aid from the Institution.

PENSIONS.-The Annuitants now number Thirty-six, the Men BOOKS

receiving 251, and the Women 201. per annum each. supplied, no matter on what subject. Acknowledged the world The "Royal Victorin Pension Fund," commemorating the great over as the most expert Bookfinders extant. Please state wants.- advantages the News Trade enjoyed under the rule of Her late BAKER'S Great Bookshop, 1+16, John Bright Street, Birmingham. Majesty Queen Victoria, provides 201. a year each for Six Widows of

Newsvendors.

The " Francis Fund" provides Pensions for One Man, 231., and One
AGENCY FOR AMERICAN BOOKS.

Woman 201., und was specially subscribed in memory of the Inte John
Francis, who died on April 6, 1882, and was for more than fifty years

Publisher of the Athenceum. He took an active and learling jart
BOOKSELLERS
Of 27 and 29, West 23rd Street, New York, and 24, BEDFORD STREET,

various then existing taxes on Knowleilge," and was for very many throughout the whole period of the agitation for the repeal of the

years u staunch supporter of this Institution. LONDON, W.C., desire to call the attention of the READING PUBLIO The "Hornce Marshall Pension Fund " is the gift of the late Mr. to the excellent facilities presented by their Branch House in London

Horace Brooks Marshall. The employés of that firm have primary

richt of election to its benefits. for filling, on the most favourable terms, orders for their own

The "Herbert Lloyd Pension Fund" provides 251. per annum for STANDARD PUBLICATIONS, and for all AMERICAN BOOKS. one inan, in perpetual and grateful memory of Mr. Herbert Lloyil, who

died May 12, 1899. Catalogues sent on application.

The principal features of the Rules governing election to all Pensions are, that each Candidate shall have been (1) a Member of the Institu. tion for not less than ten years proceiling application ; (2) not less than fifty-five years of age ; (3) engaged in the sale of Newspapers for at least

ten years. Are advertised for weekly in

RELIEF. - Temporary relief is given in cases of distress, not only

to Members of the Institution, but to Newsyendors or their servants THE PUBLISHERS' CIRCULAR AND who may be recommended for assistance by Members of the Institu.

tion. Inquiry is made in such cures by Visiting Coinmittees, an !

relief is awarded in accordance with the merits and requireinents of BOOKSELLERS' RECORD

ench cnne

W. WILKIE JONES, Secretary. (ESTABLISHED 1837),

Price 108. 64. net. Which also gives Lists of the New Books published during the Week, Announcements of Forthcoming Books, &c.

THE NINTH SERIES Subscribers have the privilege of a Gratis Advertisement in EN ER AL IN DE X the Books Wanted Columns.

OF Sent for 52 weeks, post free, for 108. 6d. home and 138. 6d, foreign Subscription.

NOTES AND QUERIES. Specimen copy free on application to all mentioning

With Introduction by JOSEPH KNIGHT, F.S.A.
Notes and Queries.'

This Index is double the size of previous ones, as it contains, in

addition to the usual Index of Subjects, the Names and Pseudonyms of Price TWOPENCE WEEKLY.

Writers, with a List of their contributions. The number of constant

Contributors exceeds eleven hundred. The Publishers reserve the Office : ST. DUNSTAN'S HOUSE, Fetter Lane, London. right of increasing the price of the volume at any time. The number

printed is limited, and the type has been distributed.

Free by post, 108. 11d. rental, within five minutes of Fleet Street.-Apply Box 1156,

JOHN C. FRANCIS and J. EDWARD FRANCIS, Athenæum Press, 13, Bream's Buildings, Chancery Lane, E.C.

Notes and Queries Office, Bream's Buildings, E.C.

ABOUT 2,000 BOOKS WANTED

TO , at

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