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Booksellers Review (Newspaper) - April 15, 1897, London, Middlesex OOKS ELLERS ft! �'-'.< -V.-, *IM* EVIEW. A Practical Journal for the Trade only. No. 6. THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1807. [By Subscription only. JUST PUBLISHED. Price �/. Imperial 4to. HANDSOMELY BOUND IN FULL CLOTH. NEW ADOPTED BY THE LONDON SCHOOL BOARD. COMPLETE ATLAS, consisting of 80 Foil-Page Maps of Modern Geography, SHOWING ALL TH E LATEST DISCOVER IES & CHANGES IN BOUNDARIES and containing an Alphabetical Index of 50,000 Names. Thk Publishers desire to draw attention to the fact that the Maps in this Atlas have been revised and corrected, so aa to bring them-as far as possible-fully up to date. Special large-soale seotional Maps of England, Scotland, and Ireland have been inserted, as it was thought auoh Maps would lend an additional value and interest. To still further enhance the value of the book, an exceptionally full Index has been specially compiled for it, so that all names of places may be found without loss of time. It is confidently believed that the New Complete Atlas will prove a most uBeful and valuable addition to any library, while its moderate cost brings it easily within the reach of all classes-a matter of no small moment at the present time, when a knowledge of Modern Geography has become of the highest commercial and eduoational importance. NEW "GRAPHIC" WRITING COPY BOOKS, Consisting of \Q NUMBERS. TEXT, HALF-TEXT, and SMALL HAND, PRICE TWOPENCE EACH. Special Featuve* t- PROGRESSIVE AIDS. SPEEDY CURRENT HAND. SYSTEMATIC PRACTICE OF NEAT FIGURING. Repetition of Text and Half-Text at intervals in the Small-Hand Copies aids in securing steady progress towards improved aoouraoy^of letter formation. 32 paqes |nstead �f 24b PAPER USED IS THE CELEBRATED SMOOTH IVORY SPECIMEN MAP POST FREE FROM WILLIAM COLLINS, SONS, & CO., LIM., LONDON AND GLASGOW SPECIMENS POST FREE FROM WILLIAM COLLINS, SONS, & CO., LIM., LONDON AND GLASGOW.
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