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Eleventh 



Book of Specimens 



Printing Types 



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Typographical Uses and Adornment 




FIRST VIGNETTE OF THtS FOUNDRY, 






PHILADELPHIA: 

MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan, 

Nos. 606-614 Sansom Street. 



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Table of Contents. 



Romanesque 
Round Grothic 
Roundhead . 


.... 386 

307, 308 


Round Shaded 
Runic . 
Ruskin . . . 


■ 4°7, 483 

. . 269 

. 418 



Saxon Ornate . . . 544 
Saxon Oi-nate Shaded . . 544 

School Text jie" 

Scribe Text 530 

Scribe Text Sliaded . . . 538 
Script, Baokslope Secretary 63 
Script, Bulletin . . . . 73 
Script, CaJligraphic . 59, 60 
Script, Centennial .... 64 
Script, Circular .... 56«, 56/ 
Script, Compact. . 61, 62 



Script, Excelsior . . . 53 
Script, Garibaldi . . 72 

Script, Graphotype . . 51, 52 
Script, Hancock ... 63 

Script, Italian . . 50 

Script, Italic 67 

Script, Madisonlan . -73 
Script, No. 9 . . 74 

Script, Queen-Bess . . . 62" 
Script, Running-Hand . . 57 
Script, Secretary 63 

Script, Spencerian . . . ^■^"-^6^ 
Scrivener . . . . . 68 
Shaded . . . 471, 473, 475 
Skeleton Antique . . 219, 284 
Skeleton Gothic Condensed 284 
Slanting Shaded .... 400 
Sloping Black . . . 536, 549 



Sloping Black Shaded 
Smithsonian . . 
Standard Metal Furniture 
Steelplate Gothic . . 

Stencil 

Stencil-Gothic . , 

Stylus . ■ . . . 



Tendeil . . 
Teutonic .... 
Teutonic Extended 
Teutonic Shaded . 
Teutonic Title 
Teuton Text . 
Text Ornate 
Title . . . 
Title Black . 
Title Black Shaded 



536 

398 

8 

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423 

376' 

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376 
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533 
543 
533 
540 

517 
186, 188 

• 519 

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Title Extended 202 

Title Italic 186 

Title Italic Open .... 396 
Title Text .... 524, 525 

Title Text Open . . . 524, 525 
Treasury and Treasury Open 405 

Trojan 372 

Tudoresque 535 

Tuscan .471, 472, 474 

Tuscan Antique . • ■ 337 
Tuscan Double Shaded . 473 
Tuscan Open . .471, 474 

Tuscan Open Shaded . 430 

Tuscan Ornamented430,47i,472 
Tuscan Outline . . . 430, 473 
Tuscan Shaded 407, 41 1 , 45 1, 471 

473.483 
Unique 386 




PAGE 

AcORN . ... 758, 903 

Advertising Catchwords . 771 
Agricultural . 778, 781, 801, 904 
Albums ... . 864, 865 

Almanac 717-719 

Anvils ' . . . . . 871 

Auction . . . . 863 

Baker . 778, 781, 783 

Balloon . . . . 802 

Base-Ball . . . 935 

Baths 801 

Bears 930, 931 

Bees and Hives . . 903, 904, 933 
Bellows . . 871 

Bells . . . 778, 871 

Bible . . 864, 942, 943 

Bicycle 899 

Billhead Logotypes . 725, 801 
Billiards . • . 935 

BillofPare .801,816,876 

Bird-Cages . . . 871 

Birds 871,903,924,930,931,937 
Blacksmith . 778, 872 

Books . . . 864, 865 

Boots and Shoes 771, 780, 781 
784. 789, 79°. 801, 80Z, 873 
Brooms . . ... 871 

Brushes . 778, S71 

BufFalo . . . 736, 930 

Buildings . .802,901,904 

Bull Baiting . -935 

Bulls . . . 905-907 

Business Outs . .778-781,801 
Business Cuts, Comic 78 3-786, 799 
Business Cuts, Mortised 785-802 
Cabinet Ware . 778, 868 

Canal Boat 887 

Card Cuts . . . .801,820,937 

Card Logotypes 725 

Card Scrolls .... 808, 809 
Carriages . . . 771, 778, 899 

Cattle 792, 904-907 

Centennial Outs 802, 848, 871, 937 

Chairs 868 

Check and Bill Blanks 725-728 
Check Ornaments . 733-737, 801 
Chickens . . . 924, 930 

Children's Coaches ... 899 

China 778, 874 

City and State Seals 801, 827-834 
Clocks . 771, 778, 784, 786, 790 

814, 868 
Clothing . . . 783, 790, 874 
Coal, Coal Carts 771, 778, 791, 899 
Coal Oil . . . 771, S72 

Coats of Arms (Foreign) 835, 836 



Commercial Emblems 843, 849 

864, 887 
Commercial Logotypes . 727" 
Concert . . 771, 937 

Confectionery 771.778,783 

Corset . 874 

Cotton . . 887, 904 

Cricket 935 

Crockeiy and Glass . 771,874 
Cross and Crown . . 801,933 

Crosses 943 

Cupids . 937 

Dancing. . 935,937 

Deer . 923, 930, 931 

Dentist 778, 938 

Dogs . 789, 799, 923 

Drays .... . 899 

Druggist 771,778,781,783,788 

803, 938 
Dry-Goods . . 771, 779, 789 
Eagles 80^, 843, 848-854, 930 
Ear ... . 938 

Educational . 864, 865 

Elephants . 785, 787, 796, 798 

802, 930 
Excursion ... . 937 

Express Wagons 899 

Eye . . .... 938 

Parm-Houses 901, 904 

Finis ... . -. 758, 865 

Fire Engines . . 872 

Fire Plugs 872 

Fish . 779, 802, 876, 930, 931 
Flags. 841,843,846,856,865 
Flowers . . 779, 783, 789, 903 
Fountains ... . . 871 

Fowl 876, 924 

Fruits . . 801, 876, 903, 904 

Funeral 938 

Furniture ... . . 771, 868 

l^tirs 771,79" 

Game. .791,801,816,876,923 

924, 930 
Games and Diversions 714, 935 
Gas-Fitting . . 771, 779, 871 
Glass and Queens ware 778, 874 

Grates 871 

Grocer . . .779,783,788,791 

Gunsmith 779, 870 

Hair-Dresser .... 779, 801 
Hardware 779, 781, 788, 790, 871 
Hats and Caps 771, 779, 781, 783 

788, 790, 801, 80Z, 804, 874 
Head and Tail Pieces 753-758 

Hoop-Skirts 874 

Horses . 796, 870, 905, 910-921 



HorSe-Shoe Emblems 801, 871 
Horse-Shoeing . .779,871,911 

Horse Thief 913 

Horticultural . . . 903 

Hose Carriage . . 872, 873 

Houses . . . . . 901 

Hydrants . . 780, 871 

Ice Carts 899 

Indenture Head . 728 

Indexes 820-823 

Industrial 816, 864, 865, 871, 872 
Initial Letters, Orn'ted 743-747 
Jewelry. . .771,779,783,868 
Lager Beer . . 778, 783, 802, 876 
Lamps . . 771, 779, 871 

Lions 923, 931 

Liqrfors . 771, 779, 781, 783, 788 

802, 876 
Literary . 864, 865 

Locks . .... 779 

Machinery . 779, 781, 872 

Marriage, Birth and Death 808 

937, 938 



Mask . 


• 935 


Medical . 


• • 938 


Military . 


. 809, 870 


Millinery 


771,779, 874 


Mills . 


901 


Mining 


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Monumental . . 


• 938 


Mortised Borders 


812-820 



Mortised Borders for Drug- 
gists' Labels 803, 804, 938 
Mortised Cai-dCuts 785-802, 812- 
820, 841, 843, 848-852, 875 
Mortised Label Borders 803, 804 
Mules, Asses, &c. . . 911,912 

Muses 935 

Musical Instruments . 779, 783 

788, 812, 878 
Natural History . . 930,931 
Nautical Emblems 841, 843, 864 

865 
Newspaper .... 765, 766 
Optician .... 779, 783, 868 

Owls 801, 924, 931 

Oy.ster . . . 789, 801, 802, 931 
Patriotic 841, 843, 846, 849, 856 
865 

Penmanship 864 

Photographic . .771,780,784 

864, 874 
Pianos. . .771,780,784,878 
Political . . 841, 846, 849 
Portraits . . . . 856 
Postal 864 



PAGE 

Propeller . . . 887 

Public Buildings . . . 802 
Racing . . . 899,910,911,921 
Railroads . . . 895, 896 

Religious 942, 943 

Restaurant 780, 784, 788, 801, 802 
816, 876 

Ribbon Bands 807 

Safes 871, 923 

Santa Claus . ... 935 

Scales . . . 780, 871 

Sewing-Machines 771, 780, 874 
Sheep .... 905, go8, 931 
Ships . . . . 886, 887 

Silverware 868 

Skating . . . . 935 

Sleighs 899 

Soap and Perfumery . 771, 780 

784, 938 
Society Emblems 808, 809, 933 

Spectacles 868 

Stage Coaches . 899 

Stars . . 736 

State Seals . . . 801, 827-834 
Stationery 780, 781,784, 864, 865 
Steamboats .... 887, 888 

Steam-Engine 872 

Steamships . . .801,886,887 
Steers . . . . 905, 907 

Stoves . . . 780, 871 

Street Cars . ... 895 

Swine .... 908, 931 

Tailor. . . . 780,783,874 
Tea . 731,771,780,784,788,790 

875 

Telegraphic 864 

Ten-Pins 935 

Thistle 758, 903 

Tint Grounds . . . . 723 
Tobacco . 781, 784, 788, 789, 801 

875 

Tombstones 938 

Trunks . . . 771, 781, 784, 873 

Tubs 868 

Typographical 780,784,801,812 

856, 865 
Umbrella,s . • 771, 781, 784, 874 
Undertaker . 771,781,938 
Upholstery . . 771, 781, 868 
Watches 771, 778, 784, 786, 790 

814, 868 

Weaving gy^ 

Wedding Card . . . 808, 937 
Window Curtains . . 778, 868 
Wines .... 771, 876, 903 
ZooloKicnl .... 930, 931 



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Algebraic Signs 
AUemanic . . . 
Almanac Signs . 
American . . 
Anglo-Gothic 
Angular Text . 
Antiquarian . 
Antique 



• 717 
540 

717-719 
. 388 

• 535 
515 

• 535 
212, 232-242 



Antique Cond., (Caps.) 219, 226, 284 
Antique Cond., (1.0.) 218-220,224 
Antique Extended . 250-254 
Antique Extra Cond. 216,120,221 
Antique Italic Shaded . 471 
Antique Open . . . 471-473 
Antique Ornamented 472, 473 
Antique Pointed . . -359 
Antique Shaded. . 471, 473, 474 
Antique Tuscan . . . . 337 
Antique Tuscan Condensed 3 5 1 
Aquatint . -419 

Arabesque 74 

Arboret . . . . 39o»-39o« 
Astronomical Signs . . 717 
Attic ... . 369 



Bijou ... 
Bizarre .... 

Black 

Black Inlaid . . ' 
Black Open 
Black Ornate .... 
Black Ornate Shaded 
Black Shaded . 542, 
Boldface Borussian . 
Boldface Extended 
Boldface Italic 
Boldface Roman 
Boldface Shaded 
Book Types . . 
Borders, Chromatic . 
Borussian . 
Brass Braces . 
Brass Circles . . 
Brass Corners 
Brass Ovals . . . 
Brass Rule, in Strips 
Broadgauge . 
Broadgauge Ornate . 
Broadgauge Shaded 
Byzantine 



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366 

547. 549 
401, 536 

542, 549 

5»°, 543 
. . 520 

549, 584 

■ • 5*9 
203, 484 
191, 280 
191, 280 

• 471 

101-137 

645,652 

529 

34 

• ■ 36 

• 4», 43 

■ ■ 37 

21 

■ ■ »54 
. . 460 

. 460 
391 



Cabalistic . . , . 

Cameo 

Campanile ... 
Card Ornaments . 
Card Text . . . 
Card Text Shaded . 
Caxtonian . . . 
Celtic . . 
Celtic Ornate . . 
Celtic Shaded 
Celtic Single Shade 
Centre Pieces . . 
Centre Pieces, Brass 
Chamfer Condensed 
Chancel . . . 
Chapel Text . 
Chaucer . . . 
Check Blanks 
Check Ends . 
Cheek Lines . 
Check Ornaments . 



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375 
383 

377 
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517 
5'7 
385 
275 

373 

416 

416 

59^, 594 

4^,43 

. 328 

• 376' 

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726-728 

733-737 
726-728 

733-737 



Checkers and Chessmen . 714 

Church Text 540 

Cimmerian 375" 




FAGB 

Circular Black . . . . 62« 
Clarendon . . . . 211,212 
Cloister ... . 358 

Cloister Shaded . . .380 
Combination Borders 612-669 
Combination Flourishes 600, 601 
Combination Ornam'ts 603-605* 
Composite . . ... 542 

Concave 359 

Condensed, (Cops.) .... 164 
Condensed, (1.0.) . 172,180,185 
Condensed Black . . 538,539 
Condensed Black Shaded . 538 
Cond. Clarendon 208, 209, 216 
Condensed Cloister Shaded 379 
Condensed Concave . . . 358" 
Condensed German Title . 579 
Condensed Italic ... 319 
Condensed Monastic . . . 371 
Condensed Ornamented 47 1-47 3 
Condensed Runic . . . 265 
Condensed Shaded . . 472 

Condensed Title . 176-185 

Condensed Tuscan Shaded 473 
Continental . . 397 

Copperplate . .381 

Corners . . 42, 43, 592-594 

Crochet Type .... 607, 608 
Crosier . 350 

Cuneiform . 535 

Cyclographic . . -373 

Dado .... ... 376" 

Dashes, Brass. . . . 28-30 

Dashes, Ornamental ... 34 
Doric . . 214 

Double Shaded . . . 473 

Eastlakb ... . 370 

Edson . .... 373" 

Engravers' Italic . . . 71 

Esthetic 370" 

Eureka Shaded .... 526 

Eureka Text 526 

Extended . . 471 

Extended Runic . 272 

Extended Shaded . . 409, 471 
Extra Cond., (Caps.) 170, 196, 484 
Ext. Cond., (1. 0.) 170,171,175,180 

Fancy Celtic ... . 375' 
Fancy Text .... 522 

Fancy Text Shaded . . 522 
Fantail ... . . 357 

Filigree . . . 419, 420 

Flourisli-Ornaments . 602, 602" 

Franconian 393 

Franklin Shaded . . . 378 
French Clarendon . . . . 355 
French Clarendon Bxt'ded 353 
French Clar'don Ext. Cond. 354 
French Clarendon Italic . 322 
French Clarendon Shaded 392 
French Italic . . . 72 
French Sliade . 471 

Fresco 417 



Gallic 349 

German Book Faces . 570-575 

German Open 584 

German Ornamented . . 584 

German Shaded .... 584 

German Text .... 542 

German Text Ornamented 542 



German Title 581 



Glyptic . . . . .374 

Glyptic Shaded 381 

Gothic, (Caps.) . . 297, 310, 311 

Gothic, (Lowercase.) . . 302-305 

Gothic Condensed, (Caps.) . 284 

294-298 
Gothic Cond., (i.o.) 284, 289, 290 
Gothic Condensed Open 475, 484 
Gothic Condensed Outline 430 
Gothic Cond. Shaded . 430,483 
Gothic Double Shaded . 449 
Gothic Extended . . .250 
Gothic Extra Condensed 284-286 
Gothic Hairline . . . 280 
Gothic Open Shaded . . . 430 
Gothic Ornamented . . 473 
Gothic Ornate . . . 421,422 

Gothic Outline 430 

Gothic Shaded 430, 471, 472, 474 
Gothic Tuscan . . -338 
Gothic Tuscan Open . 484 

Graphic Text ... . 521 

Grecian .... . . 330 

Grecian Shaded . . 47 2 

Greek .... 83 

Greenback 377, 401 

Grotesque Card Borders 39 

Hairline, Cond. and Italic 72 

Hairline Ornamented . 430 

Half-Title . . . . 160 

Heavy Ovals . . . -39 

Hebrew 81 

Hollow Quadrates . . 10 

Horizontal. . . 384 

Illuminated . . 527 

Imprint Gothic . . 280, 284 

Initial Letters, Orn'ted 743-748 

Interline -399 

Ionic Sliaded 411 

Italic Copperplate . . 401 

Italic Gothic .... 317 

Italic Gothic Condensed 317, 3r9 

Italic Inlaid 396 

Italic Ornate 324 

Italic Outline . . . 430 
Italic Title . . .188 

JaPANES(1UB 361 



Keystone . . 


360 


Keystone Open 


. . 360 


Kitcat . . . 


• 313 


Knobby .... 


■ ■ 375" 



Labour-saving Rule 14, 15 
Labour-Sav. Quot. Furniture 9 
Lacrosse . . ■ ■ • 351 

Lady Text 515 

Latin Antique . 279, 280 

Law Italic 69, 70 

Lightface . . 150, 158-160, 199 
Lightface Celtic . . . . 272 
Lightface Condensed, (Caps.) 156 

157, 164-167 
Lightface Condensed, (i.e.) . 173 
Lightface Extended . . zoo 
Lining Antique .... 279 
Lining Gothic . 279, 300 

Lithographic 393 

Lithographic Shaded . . . 393 
Lithographic Slope . . . 3 94 
Lutetian . 74 



Medallic 418" 

Medical Signs .... 717 
Medieval ... . . 542 

Medieval Text .... 520 
Medieval Text Ornate 520 

Meridian Double Shaded . 472 
Meridian Shaded . -471 

Mezzotype . 516" 

Minaret ... . 391 

Minster 376 

Missal . . . ■ 542 

Modern Text . . 531,550 

Modern Text Double Shaded 551 
Modern Text Open . 551 



Monastic . . . 


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• 37^, 373 


Monastic Shaded . 
Monkish . / 


373° 


. . . 376' 


Monumental . 


• 384 


Morisco . . 


... 391 


Mortised . 


. 420«-420<^ 


Mosaic Border . 


. 606 


Music 


• . 76-78 


Newspaper Heads 


549-55', 575 


Obelisk . . 


. . 362 


Oblique . 


402 


Oblique Shaded . 


• 395 


Old Style Antique . 


• ■ 94 



Old Style, Binny Series . 98 
Old Style, Bradford Series 95-97 
Old Style, Ronaldson Ser. 99-99'* 
Old Style Circular .... 67 
Old Style Condensed . . 92, 92" 
Old Style Title . . 100 

Old Style, Two-Line . . 93 

Opaque Shaded .... 415 
Open Shaded . . . 471 

Original Old Style . . . 88-90 
Ornamented . 338, 373, 391, 393 
409, 411, 416, 430,449-451 

47 '-47 5, 484 

Ornate ... . 411 

Outline . 430 

Oxonian . . . 363 



Peaked 


3,6 


Pencraft 


62/ 


Perspective 


472 


Perspective Ornamented 


473 


Pliidian . . 


387 


Philadelphian . 


389 


Pictorial ... . . 


423 


Plain Shade ... 


383 


Planetary Signs . 


717 


Queen- Anne Text . . 


516 


Radiant 


382 


Radiated 


378 


Relievo . 


39° 


Ringlet . ... 


376- 


Ripple Text .... 


. 5.6 



Roman and Italic: — 

Book Series . . . .118-121 

Broad-Face Series . 134, 135 

Classic Series . . . .127-130 

French-Face Series 106,107 

Large-Face Series . . 123-125 

Large Sizes . . . 147-154 

Lightface Series . . .101-103 

Modern Series . -137 



News Series 



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Scotch-Face Series . 1 09-1 1 6 



Founts, 25, 50, 75 and 100 Pounds. 



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This Furniture has the end-bearings cast solid, top and bottom 
alike,— securing-, at the same time, strength and lightness. It is cast 
to Pica standard. The following are the sizes:— 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 
lO ems in width, and 4, 5, 6, 8, lO, 15, 20 and 25 ems in length; 
also, 2, 3, 4 and 5 ems in width by 50 ems in length. Founts of 50 
pounds or more in weight contain a complete assortment. 



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MAOKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



lABOUR-^AVINQ WuOTATlON JuRNITURE. 




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This Latonr-Savmg Quotation Furniture is a most desiiatle and con- 
venient auxiliary in a Printing Office. The pieces are oast in a type- 
mould, and are finished with the strictest regard to accuracy, so that the 
printer who takes pride in the perfection cf his work may rely upon them 
as a most serviceable assistant. 



, This article is equally valuable as furniture for the imposition of forms, 
and as quotations for blank and rule work, posters, colour-printing, &c. 

The pieces are from 4 to 20 ems Pica in length, and from 2 to 4 ems 
in width, quadrate height, with suitable spaces. The smallest fount weighs 
40 pounds. 



MACK]I3IiI.AB, SMITHS A JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKBLLAB, SMITHS <fe JORDAN 



SAN80M STREET, i'HII/ADBLPHIA. 



Usltif*! 



i^ 



THrS RULE MATCHES OUR STANDARD TYPE BODIES. 



No. 217. 

> ',t Clxttki, BUuik*, ke„ froiB I l« 40 em* %im%. 

SIX TO P»CA BODY 



No. 104. 



No. 236. 

For Cbeelu, Blaolcs, fo., froni 1 to 40 ems Irag, 

SIX TO PICA BODY. 



-f 



' TO PICA BODV. 



\. 




No. 135. 



FOOfl TO PtCA BODY 



■^/ 



No. 117. 



No. 136. 




THREE TO PICA BODV, 



^ 



TWELVE TO PICA BODV. 



No. 139. 



No. 141. 



flONPARCIL BODY. 



No. 150. 




FOUR TO PICA BODV. 




BREVIER BODY. 



ijuT new fu\e% can be disttngujuhed from the former styles by the nick on the side near the (ace, which is only introduced for that purpose, as all our new rules are made on the centre of the twdy, 
and will line nn either end. All other styles of Sint^le, Double, Parallel, and Tripk Rules, shown on page zi, can also be furnished to order, cut to ems. 

For prices of founts, see General Price List, 



MaCKKI.T-AB, BMITIIM a JIlRffAN. 



MANW>M 8TUEKT, PHILAnKrPHl\. 



'^^ 

^^M 



1^ 



^11 



?.,# 



THIS RULE MATCHES OUR STANDARD TYPE BODIES. 



No. 151. 

HOMPAREIL BODY. 



No. 163. 

HONPAflEIL BOOY. 



No. 153. 

BREVl£a BODY. 






No. ISO. 

' LONG PRIMER BODY. 





No. 173. 

THREE TO PICA SODV. 




No. 165. 

BREVIER BODY. 




No. 176. 

NONPAREIL BODY. 



No. 167. 

LONG PRIMER BODY. 





For Prices of Founts, see General Price List. 



^\^ 



MACKKI^I/AB, BMITHH A JORDAX. 



'■AN^iTiX STRKET, PUT I, A DELPHI A. 



^.o. 



No. 



nrtj.tt « n:t. 



von n nc*. 



T«C1>E TO nCA. 



Fl/E TO nCA. 



T<1BC£ TO nCA. 




BRASS RULES, 



No. 



ftxT» nc«. 



rf*E Tj Mc*. 



tmK£ to nu. 



fOM) TO ?^;*. 



fOW TO PKA, 



No. 





flit TO J ;*- 


F»..TO.:. 




THBEETO f -.*. 




TtMtL. 




«*Te. 




■MrUClL. 




mmw. 




e«/j£B. 




aooK&M. 




lOM ttmei. 




ftMMJ. PtGA. 




WW. 




rt*2l- 




KOMPUeiU 






uiniOH. 






e«EViEa, 






sounEOis. 






UMfl ffulP. 






EW'-U PIC*. 






P£*B.. 




hohpjuieil. 




HIWIOM. 




BIIEV.U. 






BOWBBKia. 






u»e ?BPHO!. 






MATE. 




KOMPUeiL. 




2U ■■■ 
212 ^^ 


BREVIEfl. 
BOMBCOIS. 
UHlfi PRlUeil. 



FOR PRICE PER FOOT, SEE GENERAL PRICE LIST. 



No. 

216 



219 
220 



EMKT TO nu. 



fire TO FiCA, 



*!_/• TO MCA, 



TEH TO nvC 



uem TO ne«. 



El/ TO ncA. 



Fire TO ncA- 



FOm TO PKA. 



THiEE TO PKA, 



EWHT TO PICA. 



Six to pica. 



TWEtre TO PKA. 



BIX TO PICA, 



Fire TO PICA, 



FOn TO PICA. 



THOEE TO PICA. 



ElSWT TO PKA, 



EJflWT TO PKA. 



Fire TO PICA, 



FIVE TO nCA. 



FOua TO FIC*. 

271 (■i»it,«>i«it|»'ir*<i«'liMi«'i»Mi«*||ni«>i|M,/i|«i 



F0U8 TO PICA. 

279 ^^^^^^^^^^P^^^^^^^pw^i 



THBEE TO PICA. 



THREE TO PKA. 



fllNIOH. 



MA'KKM,AB, SMITHS A JOBDAIT, 



HAVSOH HTREKT, PTTTLAI>KLPKT4. 



Brass Dashes. 





No. 1. 


- 




No. 2. 




No. 3. 








6 






5 






4 








9 






8 






7 








12 






10 


11 






14 




16 






13 








18 






17 






16 










21 






20 






19 








28 




24 






22 










27 






25 






26 








30 












29 






31 






32 

» 




33 








51 






49 




50 







52 






53 




54 






55 






56 




57 








59 




60 






58 






- 


61 






62 




63 




■ 


64 






65 




66 




■ 


67 






68 




69 






70 






71 




72 






73 






74 




75 






76 






77 




78 








79 






SO 










81 






82 










83 






84 










86 

■ A a 










8S 












88 










87 
















89 














90 












91 












92 












93 












94 












95 














96 

















97 














98 














/ 


99 
















100 









Prices r—Nos. 1 to 33, IS cents each; 14'ob. 49 to 78, 18 cents each; Kos. 79 to 85, SO cents eaoli; Nos. 86 to 91, 85 cents each; Nos. 92 to 100, 50 cents each. 

The smaller sizes cut to any leng^th for News Columns. 



MACKHLLAB, SMITHS & JOBDAX, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



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in 







^$ 



(M^ CO ' 



CO^H Ci.l 



m 
m 

Q 

m 



3U 




►^Bi^^^ -I- B^cE^ ^ nm -^ 0]RN^MENT^i£ ^ dn^jiwi> 




42 38 35 31 27 



10 14 IS 22 26 30 34 39 43 





MAGKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAJT, 



FOR PRICES, SEE GENERAL PRICE LIST, 
34 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




i^^i i^^ii. 



Brass Circles Nos. 21-23, 25-29, 31-35. 37-4i< {each succeeding^ number increasing by gradation ^ of an inch, inside measure.) also furnished on application. 
Any of the faces shown on page 21 will be fiiznished on special order. 




UAC'K£U^R, SMITHS ife JOBDAX, 



SASSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



IBASS t¥A^Sk 



s Ovals Nos. 20. 21, 23-27, 29-33, 35-4c, (each succeeding number increasing by gradation ^ of an inch inside measure,) also furnished on application. 
Any of the faces shown on page 21 will be furnished on special order. 




No. 101. $1.35. 



No. lOS. $1.35. 




MACKELIiAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




^^ Corners and Centre jo^- 




t 



No. 504, 



MACKELIiAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



9ANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKBIiLAH, SMITHS A. JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREKT, PHIT,ADET.PirTA. 



o/^my/l/ rr/cud^. 



Two-Line Small Pica Italian- Scbipt. 



'Ty.^/ificTi 



'ICy-. Xy'i-ammTi 'yc/c-y'/K^aa/e^f^ 



■W c7C; 



ta-atmie- 



icn'i^ Y{!^/uii^Ui^if r-/ rya 



/ / • 



^2^ c-;- ryp-nf-c-fr^^/cai 
/ /J / 






S^>f6f^^r 



Thbee-Lixe Pica Italian Scbipt. 



^///dtc/?yC 



/ 



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'^i^aM 



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/£ S4r^6/^^{' 



P C// / 



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MACKELtAn, SMITHS &. JORDAN", 



SANSOM STREET. Pnil.AnELPHIA. 



^/uip flf'/yjpe ^ 



I'K.A liliAl'IIOTVFK. 



^a^ai/ ^/- -^fi.i^ttoTi . /';i^^6^S -3^t^'/'tc/t i'^<«7i^ 



y/te ../Ct^'i^ -^^uttcfce- ^v^ '/^- a^i^touTtce^ ^w^ a/^^^i^ a ■9?wa^ A^a/tc^e^ 6f?t a ■&,',■ t-r/i e^ienae^e^^ o/ 



r/f/c-f/'O flw^^ -J^^i/kc/fon o^ ^eeia^ed^ ana '/ney Aave. '/Ae A.o?iou''f o/ .'f^'^cc/i^'a f/^e^ ai^'/6/t>-/<07' 
t/^-J^ -'L//i€''a-~y/a'ii''^!> e^de-Tv/ecM ^o a^f^n^^i^A '//te^ 'Ui^ed'^ ty^'WftZ^ '^on-nera. 



ne^ t^eeuc'- 



Great Primkk Oraphotypk. 



■^L//ij 




fii/itacci^ea^/, -. 



"'7 



^Ofne', \/Ai'.i..)</<(y,, -^Wu^. -jV&i^, 



'■leii ani^ -l/oecceece. 



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-i^i 






Two-j.iNK Pica Okai'hoi ^ik. 






r^n? 



vca^ 






HojS ^dh,e- fitecoA^/iye ^o a/n/n<iij</)'M>» a 



^y/pltf^ f'/ 't rorvcf' 



eved-uyn^ Pir^i'ii 



^lii eifj-rMes . 



5? /the Ma/yt4 , 'i/uU»i' ari/d ^^^JOoJm^ m, 



t:^. 









HACKSLLAK, SMITHH & JOIIHAV, 



SANKOM STKKKT. PHILADELPHIA. 



TnfKEK-IjiNK Pica Graphotypk. 



■ttwweififitw. 




/( 



(^^owv mo-yvtm oMe'iy dwte me^ n'ovmue. to pM/u w the oM^i' m 



G^y^J-o'v, (^i/wndAtne' 







tanA/e'€'n' (ji/ond nrhi 




7 



lA^wrv tr>Jte'l/e4l, fo^y 



■U/e 'oemivfy 



VfyW. 




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$ ^/f.SJfSfo'i^qo M 



CAXftx Graphotype. 



(^Je/ikemm (^i 



0^- 





cK Qm^Wiiwwe w^o- 



§z)^ fc ^Jm. 





]fV6ajmyriw€U ^a/rm QM^^aaAcn/ 






r$^23466jS(]0 




MACKET.I-An, SMITHS & JOBPAN, 



SAXSOU STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



r 



Great Primer Scri pt, Xo. 6. 



Great Frdier Script, Xo. 8. 



C/eiie^ o/ 'iTcHYi/ -^///te t4 vetu c^yiw/tee ana ■^c/-iet///m 



Two-Li>:e Smaix Pica Script, Xf>. ' 









TWO-LiXE EX«LISH SCBIPT, Xo. 4. 






Theeb-Lisie Pica Sceipt, Xo. 3. 






'4 



FOTTE-IaaTE SuAiLx. Pica Scbipt. 



[With Flonrished Capitals, Patented Jane 27, 1871.] 




a/i^^nm ^^y^^^^^ 




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€^ ty€€t 








iouoA, 






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MACKEXLAE, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANBOU STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



;^penccrian Script. 




Two-LrXE Brkvikb S;p>:Nf-ERlAX i^itrpT. 






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J<^0'u/e^^t4€eei, "^e-^ui^i-e/d ci^ JS^e^^-fio^zyt^, 






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yt'f^^y yl^'/ 



JS^-yio^i*^ t^^l^ {/^e^yiy ^^^^ yo^iide^ cf^-lede-j'i^ , ^^^^i^ f, 



/, tZ.-}^^ yfi^^ y^^ie^ .^^yed-e'l^^ y(^ y^lXyl^O^Z^yJ^ , 

yi-e-^ €Zy)^e^ yt;^&Myi^/y yH^TyUi y^^«'' yUm^' y^ecfcitu^ifd <^(?/«i?*2^ a^^ yt^ty^' ytyyiyie4^d^ yfyj^^ yS^e^ 
lyJl-% yO^ y^Se^ 'C r7y}-ZyM^P)^ (tc^^"^ ■ L^* yntZ'ife^ ayn^^ y^ yAi>-U^ yStil^ y<Ul-C^ y/zyUly9-l^ 

'71/U' y^^i^ yd^Z€^^ (iyee-et-1 1'l^ot/ .:! / /'>,</y/j'e'/, y^^ ye<l>ec(^^ie^/,d , €^'e<^i1'l^yi^^i■Pe^c^/&f4^ ayf-t^^ yt^d'i^id , ^/< 

^€^iy ,.d^>-^ yt-td^y yOyn^ yM4i<t^>^ ^^^iH^^lfei^^ ^^-71^ C/, y^^' ydlX't^ 'i^A^^^i^-C^ 

^^'' ,^uz-e^ y^^zyl-ai!i^y)-iei^ ,.^4.^-7'^'itd^ yi^ty3'Z^ y^^ yUi-U!^ '^fCK^zycO'/fd c e4-e^a^nM, yAul edyectt^UPid , 
€i^:^'Z-lyyi4.d^.i:iw4^ dyj^^ tz^M^^f^d , y^U^yf^^ <lyfz^ay <i^i!l^7?-i'/ <l'(iy' ^^e'id^yi^ ylyt^Ao^J-ruU!^ ?J^4 ::::^ 



MACKKI-T/AR, SMITHS Ac JOROAX. 



ANSOM STRKKT, PHTT,AT>KT,PHTA. 



>'< Vii-^^- ^*=^ -^r^~\^\-J 

4. ^, 




Two-LDfE Small Pica Spekcebian Script, 









Zy-e4 4 -r. u 4yi/^ -o ^ ■zti^^u 






e^iytyg^/^^c^ /t^ -^i^^-tA^ C?vz^<z<i%i.^ 



^Z^l t^n^-e^ty^'yid Z'4-c-i'^e^ei yt'i^ n-i^iyz^ ^jfer/y//ei--\^y/^^^ ' / : < '/.-Mf ^^'i^ -/^erTtUi^- 



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■e-/e^^z^4^^ fi^ifi^etzAa- 



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yi-la^y -^5^^ *-)'<■■■' rr-rMr/f-fo-'/y' 



•^ yC-M ^/^e^^/^ -^2^^*^^^ ^^(^ ^■^?;^-e^i€J yiyf^aA-^^-^y^ t7,tf,f7^u^4 yjzf? 



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MACKRLLAB, RMITHfi * JOBDAX, 



HAXROM KTRFKT, PHTLAnTTT.PHIA. 



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Two-Line Engt>tsh Spencekian Scbipt. 








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MACKEIXAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



■RANSOM STREET, PTrrT>AniGLPH lA. 




r=._^<5Mit^ 







DOUBTvE Pabagox Spknt/ertax Scbtpt. 



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MACKELLAK, SMITHS <fe /OBDAN, 



SAKSOH STREET, PHXLADET^PHIA 







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MACKKLLAB, SMITHS & JOKDAN. 



^AXSOM STEKKT, PHILADKLPHl A 



Condensed ^penceFiaij ^cnipt. 




lOO a, i8 A, ■with 6 A, OrnOTnented CapitaJs, ^20 65 
lOO a, iS A, -anthout Ornamenled Capitals, . 18 2S 



6 A, Ornamented Capitals, separately, , 2 k 



TWO-LtXE BBKVFEE SpeXCERIAX f^CRIPT, Xo, 2. 



$0 a, g A, luith j A. Ornatnented Capitals, ^iO 35 
SOa,g A. vntfwnt OrtiaTneated CapitaJs, . 9 IS 
3 A, Ornantented Capitals, separately, i ^' 



/!ced^' ' //^cetfnf/ oJ /me^ -^^^o^S -/{^(^rfjfadc'-fi'^.j 






_0 



^la^co^i' c^/ C>C-'tem^iJ afie^ ^£:/e4^i^^a^ce^ o-/-' -^ mH^am-ced /U^t^-i 



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l(ea^m4-^a^ Ctf-e^t^f, -^^^mM^ 2^, ^ 9f7 , ^ ^ ^^eo^d^^ 



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too a, i8 A, taith 6 A. Ornam.e7tted Capitals, f28 OS 
TOO a, /$ A, laithout Ornantented Capitals, . 2i 75 



6 A, Ornamented Capitals, separately, . 3 30 



Two-LrsE Smai.1. Pica Spekceriax Sceipt, >.o. ; 



so a, Q A, -mitk 3 A, Ornamented Capitals, ^iA 05 
SO a, Q A, Tintluntt Ornamented Capitals, . 12 U> 
3 A, Ornamented Capitals, separately, / 05 



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<i (o^/dleiml fi/ ic^'ffi'tdAm 



ur/f^edfuy-M J^fii '^AaMm^ ,/<?^ L/-//a^4// -^(^I'-eiJ 




FOUMTB FURNI9MED EITHER WITH OR WITHOUT THE ORMAMENTED CAPITALS, WHICH WILL WORK WITH THE LOWER-CASE OF BOTH SERIES OF SPEHCERIAN SCRIPTS, 



MACKEI-I-AR, SMITHS A JOEDAN. 



SASSOM STBBET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Condensed ^penceriaij S'^^^P^- 




TWO-LiXE EXGUiSH ^ipESCEEJAX SCErPT, Xr>. 2. 



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boa, lb A, •miih 6 A, Ornamented Capitals, $32 05 
bo a, lb A, -without Ornamented Capitals, . 27 7^ 
6 A, Ornamented CapUals, separately, . A SO 



30a,8 A, tL'itk J A. Ornamented Capitals, fie 05 
joa,8 A, •ttHlhout Ornamented Capitals, . 13 yj 
3 A, Ornamented Capitals, separately, 2 ',' 



Founts ruRNiBHEO eitmes with or wfTHOirr the onnAitEMTEo Capitals, which will wofitf wn-M the lower-Case of both Series of SpewcERiAJt scripts. 
MACKKI-LAK.RMITH^ it JORPAX. 56^ 'J.AXWiM '^TBF.KT. PHIT.ADELPHIA. 



Condensed ^ponceniaij ^'^'•'^P^- 




Double Paeagox bPEXCEBiAX :><:eift. 'So. 



Cy^cadm?/ i^/ ^/af/f/ya/ "W^mMmJ 



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j9 a. JO A, with 4 A. Oritamented Capitals, fH 5C» 
SO a. 10 A, ■wUkojil Ornanttnted Capitals, . SB 90 

4 A. Ornamented Capitals, separately, . 5 eo 

FOb*.-; fu3mS"=3 either wth or wiTmovt the ORNAME'rrED Capitals, which will ao = ' 



2$ a,s A. Tinthz A, Ornatnentr-^ Cf-pital., 020 75 
2^ a,s A, -unthout Ornamented Capitals, . 17 S5 
3 A, Ornamented Capitals, separately, 2 80 

■t THE Lower-Case of both Series of 6pehceriah Scripts. 



MACKEIXAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 





Pica Cibculab ^keift. 



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A Sleliahle 5'onic for Jlooseness of Morals 

Sy a fyfnpathetio fufferer 

Where the patient is young in years, or the symptoms are premonitory, 
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daily, excepting J^undays. JJiving upon plain food and sleeping in a 
well-aired room; going to bed at 9 o'clock and getting up at ^; frequent 
ablutions in cold water, and religious practices day and night: these, 
when taken regularly and perseveringly, will generally effect a cure 

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'ixrand '{)pemng ^a-^ : The feminine World ^gog 

Mademoiselle j\ietemps-^c})ose hereb-^ solicits the sjiecial regards of Xadies of fashion to })er 
unique assemblage of Psychological ^ead Embellishments , eminently calculated to heighten the 
attractiveness of the ^Countenance b^ gwing effects Weird and S-pirituelle and Sympathetic, 
illuminating the Plainest jFeatures with the 'tUalo of -Genius in its Transcendent jEffulgency 

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tv make -iJcats, Veds, and Pantalocm for all {Jvmens w})v design 
tc pay "CojJ) vn order, therefore let all 3\ien evme and enhance 
their JExterior HespedaUeness and {Jomequent {Jirde vf Jnfluen-ce 

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WARRANT FOR CUTTim, TEARING AND MUTILATION 

City of Piesqmbble, Commonweatth of PrinteMom. 
To any Founder of the said City, Greeting:— 

You are hereby commanded to take the body ot Solomon Laektbottgbt, and bive 
bim before ttie Honourable Judges ot tlie Court ot TypograpbeK, in and tor the said 
City, to answer the charge founded on the oath of Mallet & Snootingstick, in that 
he, after working hours, on the night ot September 21, 1875, did take from their 
place in the office, and with dirty hands did tarn over the leaves ot the Typo- 
graphic Advertiser and Book ot Specimens ot MacKelUir, Smiths & Jordan, and with 
se6sors and knife did cut and mutilate the same in making an order, instead ot 
plainly writing the number and names given In the works aforesaid; the mutilation 
before recited being to the detriment of the works aforesaid and well-ordered habits. 



LOJJG PBIKER SCErVENEE. 

SPECIAL NOTICE TO FAULT-FINBEBS 

Whenever any person may feel disposed to critieise the 
style of any new design of type, cut or ornament issued 
by the Johnson Type Foundry, he should remember that 
the Founders seek to meet the varied tastes of Typogra- 
phers, and that the design he dislikes may be the one 
approved by the Craft generally, and what he approves 
other printers with equally good Judgment may condemn. 



Pica S<,kive:seb, 



Geeat Primer Scrivener. 



LEGISLATIVE ENACTMENT 

Be it enacted, That when any person or persons 
shall require any Printing Material, he or they 
shall have full power to search the Specimen 
Book for such goods or material as he or they 
may require, and may order any quantity of the 
same to be delivered into their possession upon 
making tender of an appropriate remuneration. 



EQUITABLE PROVISION 

Any person appropriating^ without 
previous permission, any design of 
Type or Guts patented by a Type 
Foundry, shall forfeit the respect 
and contdence of honourable men. 



Two-LrNE ftMALT> Pica Scbiveneb. 



HUMANITTS PROCLAMATION 

Know all Women by these Presents, That from and after the 
issuance ot this order, every male and female child shall be clad 
in habiliments sufRcient to cover comfortably every portion of its 
person, any dictum of Fashion to the contrary notwithstanding. 



Two-Line English Scrfveneb, 



CEMETERY PRESCRIPTION 

Naked Knees, Soothing Syrups, Female Regulators 

Murder of the Innocents 



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Bbevikb Latt Italic 

THE COMMOXWEALTH OF PEXXSYLVAXIA 

To the Constahle of the Township of Knochemdoirv in the C'rninty of Pichemup, 

Greeting: 

WTvereas Lamhhin Lubber, of the township of Knoehemvdown in the county of Pichemup, 
yeomnn, hath this day made oath before Jedediah Parchment, one of the justifies of the 
peace in and, for the said county, that on the SOth day of January last past, Butteni Bruiser 
and Sniffle Skinner, both of the toumship of Smashers, in the said county, yeomen, at 
Knochemdown township aforesaid, in a tumultuous manner made an affray, ivherein the 
person of the said Lambkin Lubber u-as beaten and abused by them, the said Buttem Bruiser 
and Sniffle Skinner: these are therefore to command^ you forthwith to apprehend the said 
Buttem Bruiser and Sniffle Skinner, and to bring them before the said Jedediah Parchment . 
or som,e othfr justice of the peace of the said county, forthwith. 

Jedediah Parchment, Justice of thf: Peace. 



IjOXG Pbimee Law Italic- 

THE COMMOJ^'WEALTH OF PEAjYSYLVA^''IA 

To the Constable of the Township of Gooseneck, in the County of Ganderee, 

greeting: 

W%ereas Jemmy Pewterkin, of the township of Gooseneck, in the County of 
Ganderee, hath this dxiy made information upon oath, before .Yehemiah 
Sharpeye, one of our justices of the peaAie in and for the said county, that in 
the night of October 2oth, tlve dwelling-house of him the said Jemmy Pew- 
terkin, at Gooseneck township aforesaid, was broken open and entered, and 
one silver punch-mug, of the value of forty dollars, feloniously and bur- 
glariously stolen, and that he has just cause to suspect that Solomon Grabber, 
weaver, the said felony and burglary did commit: these are therefore to com- 
mand you to take the said Solomon Grabber and bring himbefore the said J\''e- 

hemiah Sharpeye, forthwith. 

A'ehemiah Sharpeye, Justice of the Peace. 



Pica I>aw Itaiic. 

NOTICE TO A.y APPRE.YTICE'S .MASTER. 
To Theophilus Stb^about of the County of Gaiideree. 

Sir: — Your apprentice, Benjamin Lazie Fellowe, has this day, 
October 7th, 1876, called at my office in Ticklehim Township, in the 
said county, and made complaint that Ichabod Snubh, a jomvveynian 
in your employ, is in the habit of hiching and cuffing the said ap- 
prentice, whereby the life of your said apprentice is endangered. I 
appoint to-morrow, Tuesday, October 8th, at S o'cloch in the after- 
noon, to inquire into this complaint, at my office in the township of 
Ticklehim, at which time and place I request you will attend. 

Asimis Balaam , Justice. 



HACKKLLAB, SMITHS II J0BJ>AX, «) SAXSOM STRKKT. PHII,ADKI.PHIA. 



Law Italic, No. 2. 



SUMMONS AGAINST A CONSTABLE FOB NEGLECT TO MAKE BETVBN. 
County qf Cammen Complaint, in the ConanotmeaUh of General Neglect. 
To the CtmstaMe of Prompt Township. Greeting: 

Whereas f Jonathan St&tdg, one of our Justieesqfthe Feaee in and for the County 
ttforesaidj lately^ that is to say, on the first day of October, A. D. 1873, issued an 
execution directed to Bill Lazy, Constable of Ltdolent Tornnsh^, in the same County, 
for a debt of sixty cents, together with ftce cents interest, and ten dt^lars and forty 
cents costs cf suit, which execution was made retumabie on or before the twentieth 
day of December, A. B. 1873; and although the said ex^utioneame to the hands of 
said Bill Lazy, yet he kath not made return thereof according to law: ther^ore 
we command you that you summon the said BiU Lazy to tqipear and show cause 
ample and satisfactory. j^^^^ BESOLDTE, Probate Judge. 



IiA^w Italic. 'So. : 



IWDENTUBE FOR A GIBL TO LEARN HIGH LIFE. 

This Indenture, made theftrst day of April, in the year of our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and seoenty-three, witnesselh : That Clara 
M:Flippen, daughter of Jacob and Sarah Ann MeFlippen of the County 
of Great Expectations and State of D^erred Hope, hy and with the 
consent of her said mother, as her next friend, hath hound and put 
herself, and by these presents, doth hind and put herself apprentice 
to Arabella Haughty, to team the oris and mysteries of Fashionable 
Housekeeping, and how to subsist a family without money. 

SCIRE FACIAS, Alderman. 



Ijosa Pbimkb Law Italic, Ko. 2. 



WARRANT AGAlN5iT A MASITFR 



Pica Law Italic, >'<"►. 2. 



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Tnvj-LiSE EXGLKH Law Italic. Xo.2. 



COURTSHIP REGULATIONS 

Curfew Bell Signalling the Separation Hour of Lovers 

Silent and Hurried Farewell Kisses 

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HIGH COURT OF FINAL APPEAL 

The right of appeal from the lower Courts is hereby extended 
to any aggrieved defendants in all eases whatsoever. Provided, 
nevertheless, that in no case shall the dignity of this Court be 
impugned or brought into contempt by reason of such appeal. 

ICHABOD UPRIGHT Judge. 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIOURCS. 



MAC-KKU^U. HMITHS A JOBPAX. 



SAXSOlf STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Law Italic, No. 2. 



JfoxPAKEii- Law Ital,ic, Xo. 2. 

SUMMONS AGAINST A CONSTABLE FOB NEGLECT TO MAKE RETURN. 
County of Comjium CompUUnt, in the Commonwealth of General Neglect. 
To the Constable of Prompt Township. Greeting : 

Whereas, Jonathan Steady, one of our Justices of the Peace in and for the County 
aforesaid, lately, that is to say, an the first day of October, A. D. 1873, issued an 
execution directed to Bill Lazy, Constable of Indolent Township, in the same County, 
for a debt of sixty cents, together with five cents interest, and ten dollars and forty 
cents costs of suit, which execution was made returnable on or before the twentieth 
day of December, A. D. 1873; and although the said exeattion came to the hands of 
said Bill Lazy, yet he hath not made return thereof according to law: therefore 
we command you that you summon the said Bill Lazy to appear and show cause 



ample and sati^aetory. 



JACOB RESOLUTE, Probate Judge. 



Bbevieb Law Italic, Xo. 2. 

INDENTURE FOR A GIRL TO LEARN HIGH LIFE. 

This Indenture, made the first day of April, in the year of our Lord 
one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three, witnesseth: That Clara 
McFlippen, daughter of Jacob and Sarah Ann MeFlippen of the County 
of Great Expectations and State of Deferred Hope, by and with the 
consent of her said mother, as her next friend, hath hound and put 
herself and by these presents, doth bind and put herself apprentice 
to Arabella Haughty, to learn the arts and mysteries of Fashionable 
Housekeeping, and how to subsist a family without money. 

SCIRE FACIAS, Alderman. 



LoxG Fbtmeb Law Itai-ic, No. 2. 

WARRANT AGAINST A MASTER. 
County of Equal Rights, ss. 

The Commonwealth of Unrestrkted Liberty. 
To any Constable of the said County, Greeting .- 

You are hereby commanded to take the body of Ephraim 
Easy, if he be found in the said County, and bring him btfore 
me, one of the Justices in and for the said County, to answer 
upon a charge founded on the oath of Pete Rowdy, that he 
denies the deponent, his apprentice, the right of staying out 
of doors all night, and going to work when he pleases. 

QUO WARRANTO, Justice. 



Pica Law Itamc, Xo. 2 



CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP. 

In the Court of Love, in Nuptial County: 

This is to Certify that a perpetual partnership 
has been formed between Corney Uxorem of Hy- 
mentown, and Penelope Sweetem of Venusville, 
both in the County aforesaid, to carry on the 
family business, under the firm-name of Corney 
and Penelope Uxorem. 

ABEL JURISPRUDENCE, Alderman. 



(jBEAT PBJMER 1.AW lTAl,IC, NO. 2. 



IMPERATIVE PROCLAMATION I 

Notice is hereby given that imperative orders have been issued rigidly to 
enforce the ordinance prohibiting the firing of Crackers, Tempers, Furnaces, 
Limekilns, or other Fireworks on the coming Thanksgiving Day. No small 
boys to be apprehended, and large folk generally to be unmolested. 

JONATHAN FURY, High Constable. 



Two-LiXE Shall Pica Law Italic, No. 



HIGH COURT OF FINAL APPEAL 

The right of appeal from the lower Courts is hereby extended 
to any aggrieved defendants in all eases whatsoever. Provided, 
nevertheless, that in no ease shall the dignity of this Court be 
impugned or brought into contempt by reason of such appeal. 

ICHABOD UPRIGHT, Judge. 



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MACKKLT^K, SMITHS A JORPAV, 



SANHOM STKEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



ENGRAVERS' ITALIC. 



XOXPABrEI> EXGBAVERS' ITALIC. 

Slate Souse ^oiv, July ^y f9S2. 
Gentlemen: — Permit me to goUctt the favour of your votes and 
influence at the approaching election for the Mouse of :>issembly , 
Ji!y claims to your consideration are founded on a lack of incli- 
nation for hard work^ a practical knowledge of politics, and an 
interested desire to promote the public welfare. Will you vole 
for me? The want of success y however, will not diminish my 
artlour^ as J shall continue to he a candidate until elected. 
Yours Patriotically J, 



Brevier Engeavebs' Italic. 

'Paulprjr Alley, July 6, i982. 
Son. JVardssus Sullpup. 

Dear Sir:— The Socieij/ /or the Suppression of 
Canines, which I have the honour to represent, desire 
to obtain the views of Candidates for the Souse of As- 
sembly upon a law in furtherance of the aims of this 
Society. Will you vote to do away with 3>ogs ? 

2>offgedly Tours, 

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LoN-o Prjmeb Exgeavees' Italic, 



State Mouse Ifiow, July 6, /982. 
Ge?itlemen: — Jn response, I hasten to express my concurrence in the views of your Society, a?id 
believe that a wholesome law for the suppression of Canines would be productive of incalculable good 
to our people. The supposed utility of the Canine race has, iti the ffrand march of civilization of the 
day, lost its force ; and m^an no longer needs the dangerous ad/tincts of his forefathers in the 
onward and upward progress guarantied him by our glorious antecedents. I need hardly add 
that your confidence in my support of such a bill is fully as.sured by a family circumstance, — 
My Grandfather's breeches were lacerated by a 3fad ^og. 

Abidingly Yours, Patriotically, 

AAHcissus ^irzz'PU'p. 



Pica Ekgravers' Italic. 

ffail of Zeffistature, Oct. 5, 7983. 
Genilemen: — Tour complaini of my voHnff affainst the bill for the suppression 
of Canines, in riotation of my pledge, is ansTi^ered by the fact that on consultation 
I discovered that the :?iffricultural interest jt^ould suffer by its passage; and 
although my opinions and lifelong convictions have undergone no change, my vote 
Tvas influenced by a desire for the greatest good to the greatest number. '' W/iat," 
eloquently exclaimed a fellow member, ''tvouM be our hills and valleys witliout 
the deep bay of the farmer's mastiff?" 

Simply Tours, 

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'JB-Sy ^l!'^l inji inn nrrn psni lyixn pni didisti nn BinVn Nn3 rr'^'Nia 
D'hSn NTl : -llN-inil 11N ini D'hSn IDKil : DiDH iJB-Sj; nsmD D'hSn mil Dinn 

yt>rhi ov iinS i D'hSn sipii :^ll'^^ jianiNn pa oirhtt h■\3■^^ 31i!!->d iiNn-nN 
liT'i D'Dn iina rpi ini DinSs idnm :in!< Dii -\p3-in<i 3ij)-inii rh-'h Nip 
ypi'? nnnn 't^tm d'dh pa Via'i j!'p-\n-i=iN d'hSn K'y'i :didS o'D pa '?naD 
npa-i.Ti aij-imi DiDiy ypiS a^rhtt Nip'i :t>-inMy'p-\S Sjm iifN D'Dn pai 
nK'3'n nNini ins aipD-S« o'Drn nnnn didh iipi wrhti -iDfci :ij!y ai' 
laita-'a oinSn ntii d'D' Nip o'dh nipnSiT-iN nifaiS i d'hSn Nip'i :p-inii 
lo-N U'dS ns nify na p Pl' l'''""n 3t!»y NifT i>iNn stts'iri D'«n'7!< idn'I 
na-nis'i) yjii injiDS ini yniD 2\!>v nis't I'"'*'''' f'^irii iia-'^'i viNn-Vji la-iyit 



NONPABEIL HEBBEW 

inai inn nnin y^Kn -. yixn nsi o'Dtyn ns D'nSx ni3 n'tysia 
d'hSk idx'i : D'an ^is-hj! namn D'n'7K nni ninn 'js-S;? iiyni 

-Ti'i 3i;?-''n'i nVS xnp itynSi dv iik'? i D'n'7K s-ip'i .--iiynn pi 
Q'D fa bn^D 'H'! D-an ^ira ;;''pT 'n- dti^x idnm : inx nv npa 
y2^ yy^h nnrro ityx d'dh p Sia'i ypin-nx d'hSn ty;?'! : o'dS 
nv-'iTi D'aty ;r'piS d'hSn Nip'i ; p-'H'i ^"pi'? S;?d ntyx D'on 



BOUBGEOIS HEBBEW. 

'.pan nx"! d'o^tt nx d'hVk n-i2 rrsj'Nnn 
mm Dinn 'Jfl-Vy ']B'm mm inn nn^n pxni 
»n' D'n'^N noN'i :D'on 'Jfl-Vj^ namo D'nSK 
Snn'i 3i£3-'D niNn-nN D^rha ny) niN-'n'i nix 
nixS I D'rha xnp'i {^^trnn pni nixn pn D^nSx 
:nnK DV npa-'nn any-'nn nS'S Nip ntj'n'pi dv 



Peael Hebrew. 

WITH SKMI-NONPAKEIL POINTS. 



'JB-Sy TiE'm -inai -inn nn>n y^<ir\) iTitJ'i hni D^Diyn nj; o^nSN Nia n'^fMna 
o^rtSs Ni'j. : nlN-inn niN 'n; DinSs iDii'i :D^Dn ijs-?y noniD D'HSn nni Dinn 
llEinSi Dii iinS 1 D'hSn Nip;i : ^u'nn pai iifjri pa oiri'jN Sj?;i. aici-''3 iis<n-nN 
'nil Dion Tiina y.'p.i 'ri' D'HSn npttn -.im oi' "ii^.i-'OllL 2'7'!7;'''^.M-"'?;lj *'';S 
jjip-;'? nnnp ib-n b^sn pa Sia:' ^'pin-nN a^rhtt^ iirv^t_ -.a^ph d;d p^a "j'^ap 
ipa-inii aiy-inii D;iDif' ypi'j DiriVw N-;p;i n^-'C'li.rC'?!!; ''i?? "'g?? °^^^ ^?^ 
nsja'ji nNini -ion aipD-Ss d'PB'.-! nnnp o'pn -iii^i, ainbg ipsn. :''JB* oi^' 



Nonpareil Hebrew. 

WITH 8EMI-NONPARBIL POINTS. 



■inSi -Tnri nrcn risni : visn nxi o'Dtyn nx dtiSx xi3 n'EjNil 

^T ^t:|t I VT T ! I '■■ It T >■■ : • \. T - /" * ■• -T T V 

D'rjSx ips;i. : D'sn 'ja-S;? n?niD D'riSx nni Dinn us-S;? iiJZ'ni 
iixn p. D'ttSx Sn3'i_ ai'D-'a iixn-n^f D'riSx x"n : iix ,n;i_ iix 'n; 
-Ti'i. 3ij?,7'n:i_ nS'S Kip^^EfnSi dv iinS • d'siSn Kip;.i. : ijtynn |'3i 
d:d pi S'-ian 'n'l D.'sn t|in3 ;?'p.T 'n; D'riSx ipN;i :nn{5 di; npa 
r5' J^'p'?'?, "Hi?? ^?'>? D'sn i'3 S^iTi ^:p7n-n^ D^riSx tyi';i. : d^dS 



Bourgeois Hebrew. 

WITH PEAHL POINTS. 



n^n^ : p^ii nxi D'pe^n nx D'n'?^? Nns n'sr^nl 

D'h'^K nni Dinn 'J.I'''^^ H^'Cl ''•^^l ^•^^ '^O!'^ 
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D^rha h'ly) aio-'3 nixn-nK Q^rha Nn»i niN 

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D^'^SN nm Dinn ''JSj-Sy ft^m mm inn nnm 
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oipavol^. Mi} vofLtaijTe Stl ^XS»v ko-toXvoo* tov vo//^v tj roiig vpo^ijrav 'ji.< rfkBoiv KaraXitrat, dXXa 
■wXjjpattTm ifj-Tfv yip Xiyaf CftZv, iiaq a.v vapSuBi] A otipavij koX fiy^, ImTo, Iv 1^ fiin Ktpaia oil /i^ TrapeXS^ 
ivi rau vOftov, ctwc dii wavra yivjfTOi. Sz tav ouv Xvai) ftLiv tov ivraXaiv Tovrt^f tHiv (Xax^^ran), koI SiSdfy 
9ur(v raiic dvBpuivovt, iXdxLora^ KkjjQ^erai tv rfj fiaaiXtia -rmr oiipo-vutv Sz '" liv vat^<rt} coi SiSd^, ovrof 

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XoNPAREir, Greek, No, z. 

ISlav Bk TOWS oxAov; avipyi eis to opo?" koi KcSLfrturrtK outov, —poin^XBov avr^ oi fia&rf 
Ttu. avTOv- KoX ayoi^as to oTOfUL avroii, eSiSatrKey avTOVS, Xeytov iiaxdpiOL 01 imoxoi 
Tw TrvevftaTL' ori avrav iariv -q fiatTLXeia. rdv ovpoinov fuucaptot ot ire»^owiT€S' cwi av- 
Tol irapoK/aiO^trovTcu. fiaxapioi ol vpaels' ort avrol ncAijpoi'ov^awtn riji' y^v /iUKopioi 
ot —etrwrres koI Si.%jia>vreg rriv 6iKaioavvT]V ort auroi \opTaa^(roirrai fiaxafiiot oi eAc^ 
fLOves' ort ainol eXsrf^frovTOL fituedpioi ot Koffapol t^ KopSCa' otl outol tov Sew o^ovrai 
fiMKapiot oi elpTivoisroioi' ort avrol vtol Qoeu KXTfi^trovrai. fLOJca p ioi ol SeSuoyfLevoL ev€K€v 
SiKtuoavtnfS' ort avriov itrriv -if paaiXeia Ttav ovpavStv fuucdpioC itrre, orav bvetSitTai(nv 
iifiMS KoX Biw^bttri, Kot els'iiMTi —av TTOi^pbv pijiia koB" vfuav tj/evSo/tevOL, eveKcv ffiou 
Xatpere koi ayoAAiotr^e' OTi 6 lU-oOtK viiMV ^roAir; €V TOis ovpavoi^, ovroi yap eSua^av 
TOU5 TTpo^jJTfK Tous irpb vfiur. "Y/jtcI? eiTTc TO aAa$ t^ y^' ia.v Se to aXas luopavB^, 
ev tIvl aXur&^treroj. i eis oit&ev laxtiei in, el fi.Tj pXtjB^vaj. e^w, koI KaLTaiTaT€ttTSat v»b 
Ttov a.v6p4aTTo>v Vfteis eure to i^ois tou Kotrtutv ov fiuvaToi jrdAls Kpv^^veu esayut opoiK 

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MlNIoN GBEEK, No. 2. 

IBqiv Sk TOW ox^ov^ aviPn ei^ to opog- koX KaBuravTos ovrov, ^poo'^Atfoi' avT^ ol 
fLoBrfTai a.vTOV- jcoi avoi^as to trTOfui. avroiJ, e&CSatrKev ainovg, Xgytnv fxaxapiot ol 
imtxoi Tw wvevfuiTf ori ai/Tutv i<mv tj ^axriXtia. toiv ovpaviov fLoxapioi ol seydovvre^' 
otl avTOL TrapaxXrfBi^tTOVTaL fiMKopioi ol Trpojels' oti auTot icAijpOfO/i^croifO'i ttic y^v 
fxdxapLOi ol ireLviavreq koI Si^ut^re^ ttjv ^LKoxocrvtop'' art avrol xoprairBiQa'OVTai fuixa^ 
piOL ot eXeqpMve^- on avrot eXe/tO^croi^at fiojcdptoi ot KoBapoi Ty KopSuj.' otl avrol tov 
Qeov o^ovrat pjiKaptot ot slpipfOVOLoi' ori avrot viot Oeov icAi^^o'oi^at /toxdptot 01 
BeBuixyp^OL evsKev BiKotwruvifi' am aMTutv itmv i) Paa-iXeia Ttav ovpaviov fLOJcapioi 
60TE, orav oveiSla-uo-LV v/tas iuxj. Si^itaai, jcat eliruttrt irav wovTipibv p^fux. koB' vtiJav 
if/evSofievoL, eveKcu e/aoD ^aipcre xal ayoAAtao^c' oti o pLiaBiK vpaav ttoXvs €v rot? ov- 
pavOK, ovTiii yap iSuaiaf tous ■7rpo<fi-^as tows irpb Vfuov. 'Y/teis tare to oAjxs t^s y^s" 
iav 5e to oAo^ luopavB^, kv rtVt oAtcr^o'eTat ; ew ou5£i' urxyei en, et pi] ^Aij^i'at e^u' 
icat KarairaTeifrBaL viro ratv avOpwirtav vftels eoTC to ^tiog tov KOtrfiav ov Swarai ttoAi 

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Bkeviek <tHkek. X(>. :!, 

ICwv de Tovg ox^-ov^ ave^rj eig rb hpog' koc KoBiaavTog avrov, TTpocfpidov 
avTu oi fuSrirdX avrov' nal avo'i^ag to orofia avrdv, kdidacKJEv avrovg, 
7,£ycjv' fiaiidpioc oi Trrwjj'Oi rw Trv^ftart' otl avTov eoTiv y jiaciXEia 
Tcjv ovpavtDV uoKapioi oi Trevdmnrreg' ort avTol -napaH^Jid^GovTai fiaxaptoi 
oi -irpaelg' otl avrol K^/ypovofi^oovci rsyv 7^ fiwcdpLOL ol -jzELvCiVTeq koi 
SiijjavTeg rfjv diKOtoaifv^' or; arroi ;f o/iraoftyffovraf /ia/oipiot ot £?ieyfioveg' 
OTi avTot k^^ydrfaovTai fiOKapLOi oi KoBapoi '5 KapdLa' oti ovtol tov Qeov 
oipom-OL fiandpLOL ol elpT/voTroLoi' otl avToi viol Qeav k^j^O^govtol ^uuidpioi 
oi dedtwyfievol evenev dcKOioavvT/g' oti avTuv hcrtv -q ^aGCAela tuv ovpavuv 
fiaKapLoi CGTe, orav oveLdiGOGLV vpag koX dLu^ixiL, koX eiTruGL irav Trovypov 
pTJfia Koff vpav iffEv66fi€voL, evekev kfwv ;t(w/>£Te koI aya2?uaaOE' otl 6 
luodbg vfwv ■jroM}^ kv Toig ohpavoig^ ovru yap eSuj^av rmtg 'npo^^arj rove 

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B<»rR«Koi> Gkhek. 

ISiiv 6e Tobg ox^^>y^ ave^ij eIq to bpog' kcu KaSiaavTOQ avTov, irpocTjABov 
avTu oi fioBjp'dl airrov' kol avol^ag to GTdfia airrov, kSidcujKev avTovg, 
'/iyuV tiampuii ol 'iZTi^xol toj wvevfiaTL' hTL avTiJv kcrtv 7 pa^L^EUL 
TUV ovpauojv pampLOL oi 'iVEvdovvrsg' otl avTol irapaich^GOVTaL fiampLoi 
oi ■npaeig' otl avTol KAijpovoprjGOVGL tt/p yyv paKapiot oi ireLvCrvrvg kol 
diTpuvTsg T7/V SLKaLOGvmpf OTL avTol xoproGdTjGovTai fiandpLOL oi k^e^poveg' 
OTL avTol E7>£rfii}GOVTac pandpLOt oi KdSapol Ty napdia' oti avrol tov Oeuv 
d^ovrai fiaKapiot oi elpTfvoTrotoi' otl avrol viol Qeov kXj^^govtoi paadpLOL 
oi SeSujyfiEvoL evekev dLKOioGimjg' otl avrorv eariv tj poGi^ia tov ovpavCrv 
pampioi EGTE, brav ovEiSiauGLV vudg koI Si^^cMJLy Kal eIttugl tcov Kovypbv 
p^pa KoB' vpijv TJjEvddfievoL^ evekev epov xo'P^^ f^^ dyaA/iaods' on 6 

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IxiXG Primer Greek, Xo. 2. 

EAEl fikv, 3} avdp£<; 'A^^Yjvdioc, rou^ Xiyo'^raq OTzavraq h uivj'vj 
[jTjTe 7rpd<; e^Opav Tzotsiffi^at /My(i> fxr^divaj !J.rjr£ 7r/>o<? X^P^''' ^'''■' ^ 
fji/.TCGov e'jcaffoz TjysiTOj tout aTzowaivsffi^ar ciXXwq rs xat izepi yjnvWj 
TZpay/jAruty xai psyaXov Ofxibv GooXBOOpAvwv kizBiSif (f hnoi, rd fukv, 
^iXoueczia, to. S* yj rvji Stjizot alria T.piKLywjzai /.iyscv u/iazj w 
av8ps^ ^ .h'}rfWV.fiij rowc -o'lhiuq del — avra r «//' a<fb^a^y d rfj 
tzoXbi '^iijH%=~£ Goi!.ifi(Jivj^ T(WTa y.dX tl*T^ifi^=aHa: y.ai TzpaTTSti*- i^ 
lik\f oZ'^ G—iiuoTi ~=:p\ Torj hf XefifioyrJGtii —payfiaTOiv iat 7.dX ttjz 
GrpazBiag ^v £>dixaT(fv fif^'^a TinjTtr^t^ 0t?-c—7roc £> Opaxr^ Tcoucrar 
Torj Sk Xdywj ot -'/.eiffoi^ -tfi wv Jm-Or^c JzpdrrEC zcii fJLE?J.ec -tzoieV^ 

A UrAEZHHl A A M \ inU FITT^ X ^Vit 



SMAI>I> Pica CiREEK. 



Pica (^kkkk. 



EJEI fikv, (L &v8pe(t ' A&fiw2oi, to<k Uyo-vzaz anavTaq, iv 
bjilv, nrjre npoz i^^pav noceia&at koyov {XfjUva, fci^re -po: 
ydpiu- a/.y. b ^eXrcaov ixaffoc; /Jj-e7rfo ro'jz dMOfoivta&ac- 
iikoz re, xal Tcepl xocvwv npaypArmv ml p&yihov bpcov 
goukeuofieviop- iTtudr) o ivcoc, to. ptkv, ipdouecxia, to. o fj 
Tiw d^noz" ahia ■Kpoajfovrae AeyBiv dp.u<; <L d.vdpe<; ^A&r^- 
vaioi, tou:; ttoUou; dec TtdvTa t &).'/: dfevraz 8. ty] Ttblzi 
vofu^tTt aunfipetv, Tama xal (pTjf ll^eadai xal npdTTecv. 
j] p.sv obv aitoudrj nspl twv Iv Xtppovqam Ttpaypdxov kal 

A B rj i: z H d I K AM s E n I' I r r (P .\ w Q 



\htiv he^oix; oy^7i.ovg avefiri Eig to opog' xal xadiaav- 
Tog avTov, Ttpoffjy/lflov aiTU) ol ^aOyitai airrov' xai 
dvoi^ag to ato^a av-rov, sS'iSaaxsv avtovg, /.eymv 
(laxdpioi ol TVVojQol ta nvevfiarf on avrdv JaTU' 
7{ j8aCTt/leta tOsv ovpavi^v ^axdpioi ol nevdovvTEg' ori 
avrol TtjapaxTiriQriaovrai fiaxdpioi ol npaeig' on 
avrol x'kYipovoiir,aovai rriv yyjv fiaxdpioi ol Ttsivuvteg 
xal ofyl^avteg Tyjv hixaioavvriv on avrol j^opraa- 

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MACKELLAB, SMITHS * JORDAN', 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Original Old Styles. 



DoTrBi;^ Smaix Pica Oioj Styi^. 



COLLECTANEA 

Etchings of Prehistoric Remains 

Illustrating Queer Ideas of the Past 

Very Accurately Inscribed 

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BocBi^ Pica, Ou> Stti-e, 



Two-LrsE llNGUBH Ou> Style. 



SCRAPINGS 

Snips and his Times, with 

Quaint Jokes of the Age 

Condensed Brain-drops 

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RECORDED 

WiCACO and its Topography 

Its Climate and Moral Aspect 

Scientifically Traced 

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Two-IiUTE Gbeat Fbimeb Old Styue. 



SEXTONS 

Physic for Wind and 

Suspicious Rumbles 

Odds and Ends 

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JD017BI.E: Pakagos Olj> Style. 



VADE-MECUM 

A Rare Guide for Malt Worms 
Mellow Good Fellows 

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FIRSX UNIFORM SERIES. 



MACKEIXAB, SMITHS & JOBDAS, 



SAKSOH 8TEEKT, PHU^DELPHIA. 



FouB-LisrE Pica Old Stylb. 



FOOTMARKS 

Old Codgers in Past Times 

Antiquarian Researches 
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FiVE-I*i3«E Pica Old Style, 



HONOUR 
True Christian Action 



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Six-LnsE Pica Ouj Styxe. 



FOGI ES 

Fast Youngsters 



FIRST UNIFORM SERIES. 



lUCKEIXAB, SMITHS A JOBDAS, 90 SAiSOM STBEET, PHTLADELPHIA. 



Condensed Old Style. 



Two-Line Pbabl Old Style Condensed, No. 2, 

INFURIATED CLAMOURS OF HUNGRY MULTITUDES 

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Two-Line Nonpaheil Old Style Condensed, No. 2, 

ELOQUENT SILENCE OF FULL STOMACHS 



Two-Line Pearl Old Style Condensed. 

BIBLIOPHILIC BOOKSTALL HAUNTERS 

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Two-Line Nonpab-eil Old Style Condensed. 

COMFORTING KITCHEN MINISTRY 



Two-LixE Minion Old Style Condensed, No. 2. 



Two-Line Minion Old Style Condensed. 



UXWARRAXTABLE BOISTEROUSXESS TREASURY-SEEKING PATRIOT 



Two-Line Brevier Old Style Condensed, No. 2. 



Two-LrsE Brevier Old Style Condensed. 



GENTLENESS OF TEMPERANCE : HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 



Two-Line Bourgeoir Old Style Condensed, No, 2, 



Two-Line Bourreois Old Style Condensed, 



POLITICIANS' NEW DEPARTURE HOUSEHOLD CHRONICLES 



Two-Line Lono Primer Old Style Condensed, No. 2, 



Two-Line Long Primer Old Style Condensed. 



LEADEN-HEAD WISEACRES 1 SOFT-SPOKEN WIVES 



Two-Line Small Pica Old Style Condensed, No. 2. 

CAPERS OF PHILOSOPHY 



Two-Line Small Pica Old Style Condensed. 

TENDER HUSBANDS 



Two-Line Pica Old Style Condensed, No. 2. 

NOSEPOKING MOUSERS 



Two-IiiiTE Pica Old Style Oohbeksed. 

GRANDMOTHERS 



Two-Line IEnglisti Old Style Condensed, No. 2, 

MELTING OF MYTHS 



Two-Line Great Primer Old Style Condensed, No. 2. 



Two-Line English Old Style Condensed. 

GRANDFATHERS 



Two-Line Geeat Peimeb Old Style Condensed. 



OLD LANDMARK i PATRIARCHS 



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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 
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ThREE-LIXE EXCELSIOB OLD STVJ,E CViXTjEXSEH. X«^t. 3. PICA Ouo Stvle Coxdexsed. Xo. :*. 

IMMENSE COAL FIELDS MERCHANT PRINCES 

Hungn- Miners ^^ -^^ Gamblers and Produce Dealers 

Farmers Burning Grain for Domestic Purposes i c ri >, -ff 

Facilities for Transportation ^ Paupers and Spendthntts 

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THKEE-LINE ^kOXPAEEIL OI.D SXVLE CV»K1-»EX.SED. ^fi.Z. 



MODERN SOCIETY ANOMALIES 

Struggling Industry Associating Avith Prodigal Idleness 

Tatterdemalion Jostling Flora MacFlimsey 



Two-IiiXE Pica Old Style Coxdexsed, 'So. '4. 



LUXURIOUS MANSIONS 
Dilapidated Shanties and Tenements 



Five-Like ^<^ixpaeeil Old Style Coxdexsed, Xo. 3. 



ARGENTAL DEPOSITS 
Prospecting Adventurous Fortune Hunters 



Theee-Lixe Pica Old Style Condensed, Sct.-.i, 



DIAMOND MINES 
Desolate and Barren Landscape 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FlOURES. 



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Old Style Two-Line Letter. 



Two-Lese Feabi. Old Style, STo. 4, 



SENILE HEADS ON JUVENILE LEGS 
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Two-IiianE Bbkviteb Old Style, No. 4, 



ANCIENT COSTUMES 



TWO-Ij3rE NOITPAEEII, Oui &TTUE, XO. 4. 

ROLLICKING FROLICKING 

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Two-LisnE LoxG Pbuiee O1.D SryLE, Xo. 4. 

HONEST GOODS 



Two-LixE Pica Oli> St^'le, No. 4, 



LEATHER BREECHES 



Two-I>ENE Gbeat Pbimeb Old Style, 2fo. 4. 

ANTIQUES 



TWO-LiXE liTOKPABEIL OLD STYLE, NO, 3, 

gUIRKS AND gUODDITIES 

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Two-IiiXE LoKG Przueb Old Style, Xo. 3, 

QUEER NOTIONS 

Two-IiixE Pica Old Style, ^o. 3. 

SPENSERIANS 



Two-IjISE Bbevzeb Old Style, Xo. 3. 

OLDTIME LEGEND 

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Two-LrsE Small Pica Old Style, :n^o. 3. 

BOOKEWORMS 

Two-I/isE i;>-Gx,isH Old Styxe, No. 3. 

LIBRARIAN 



Two-Like Gbeat Pbimeb Old Style, Xo. 3. 



CASLONIAN PRINTER 



Double Fabagox Old Style, No. 3, 



BLOCK BOOKS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



HACKKIXAB, SMITHS it JOBDAV, 



SAS80M STBEEfT, PHTLADELPHIA. 



Old Style Antique. 



NONFABEII. Old STn.E AKTiaUE. 

SNOBBISH HAUT TON ACQUIREMENTS 

Wardrobes for Everyday Wear 

Pecksniff Doublets, Absconders' Leggings, Gamblers* Gauntlets 

TriSers' Roundabouts, Daredevil Road Dusters 



Brevtke OtD Style Aktique. 

OUR GRANDFATHERS' DAYS 

Rumbling Coaches 

Economical, Prudent, Troublesome, Grumbling, Hearty 



T i\ra^ AlA<zT«-^ix7n Dixuunc . g^nn A-*^^^ «la^>^ f^nf ft 



Two-IjIne Gbeat Peimee Old Style Antique, No. 2. 



AMERICAN HEROINE 

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DouBtE Pabagos Old Style Antique, No. 2. 



HOUSEHOLD 



Four-Line Pica Old Style AiNTiauB, No. i 



COMING SPRING 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



CLAMOROUS CREDITORS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



Tkzt Series af Old Style Antique, -with lower case, will li?te with the same bodies in our Bradford Series. 



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Old Style Antique. 



NoxFASEU. Old Style Astiqcte. 

SNOBBISH HAUT TON ACQUIREMENTS 

Wardrobes for Everyday "Wear 

Pecksniff Doublets, Absconders' Lr^ging^, Gamblers' Gauntlets 

Triflers* Roundabouts, Daredevil Road Dusters 

Suitable for Embezzling Apprentices, Perquisite Clerks 

Dashing Saleswromen 

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liOXG Pbimek Old Style Antique. 

THE PROGRESSIVE AGE 

Speeded Phaetons 

Indifferent, Extravagant, Skeptical and Sho^vy 

Young Spendthrifts, Old Mendshifts 

Daily Provision Only 



Bbevxkb Old Style Axtique. 

OUR GRANDFATHERS' DAYS 

Rumbling Coaches 

Economical, Prudent, Troublesome, Grumbling, Hearty 

Like Newtown Pippins, Sound to the Core 

Provoking Old Dads to Young Frolicksome Lads 

Always Providing for the Future 

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Pica Old Style Axtiqtte. 

BETROTHAL CEREMONY 

Orient and Occident 

Strike Hands across the Continent 

Atlantic and Pacific AA^edded 



Gb£AT Proceb Old Style AsmaxTE, 



DICTIONARY OF DIFFICULTIES 

A Standard Work 

Showing how Persons may avoid Unnecessary Trouble 

By Minding their own Business 



Pica Old Style Astmhte, No. 2. 



Great Pbiheb Old Style Axtique, Ko. 2. 



QUIET BUSTLE \ SHIFTLESS 

LADIES' DROMEDARY BACKS | TIME-KILLING IDLERS 
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Two-Llste Small Pica Old Style Axtique, No. 2. 



HOLIDAY CORNER 
OLDFOLKS' CHRISTMAS NIGHT 



Two-Like Pica Old Style A^i^que, 'So. 2, 



NEW-YEAR CALLS 
CLAMOROUS CREDITORS 



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TAu Series of Old Style Antique, •with lower case^ ivill line imth the same bodies in our Bradford Series. 



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P^A 



DFORD 



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Pearl Old Style, Xo. 2. 



NOKPABEfL Old Style, Xo. 2. 



Andrew Bradford, the son of that Wil- 
liam Bradford who first printed in Pennsyl- 
vania and New York, was born in Philadelphia 
in the year z^6. It is probable that he de- 
rived his Christian name from his maternal 
grandfather, Andrew Soule, of London, an 
extensive publisher during the Commonwealth 
and Restoration. In 1693, when seven years 
old, he went with his parents to New York, 
and in that city, in his father's office, he was 
taueht the art with which his name is con- 
necEed in Pennsylvania. In the early days a 
classical education was probably not to be ob- 
tained in the colonies which now form the 
Middle States. But, in common with those 
valuable men who were first born on our soil 
and record the transitions of its people's 
birthright from Eng-tand to America, Brad- 
ford received such education as was taueht, 
and it is likely from parental counsel those 
yet better principles of right conduA which 
lie at the foundation of charadter, and to which 
he owed, in earlier life than is common, such 
offices of trust and profit as were known in 
the primitive society of Philadelphia. His 



handwriting, specimens of which are pre- 
served, indicate nothing like illiteracy. A 
pamphlet published in New York, with the 



impnnt of William and Andrew Bradford, 
^ows that in 1711 he was prot»bly in part- 



nership with his father ; and the publication 
of the colonial laws of New Jersey, in 1732, 
with the same imprint, as printers to t£e 
King's Most Exceuent Majesty for the Pro- 
vince of New Jersey, woum indicate that the 
partnership continued for some years. In the 
year 17x2 Andrew removed to Philadelphia, in 
which city his father had formerly lived, and 
where, notwithstanding he had separated 
from the Society of Friends, it would seem 
he maintained such friendly relations with 
that religious se&. as enabled him to secure to 
his son a press of which the Friends were the 
proprietors. In the same year, the statutes 
of the province having become somewhat 
numerous, the Assembly determined to have 
the laws printed at that early day. As there 
was no other competent printer nearer than 
New York and Boston, it is probable that An- 
drew was induced, by the prospetfl of secur- 
ing to his press in Philadelphia the patronage 
ofthe province, in addition to that of the So- 
ciety 01 Friends, to leave New York and fix 
himself permanently in the city of his birth. 
The journals of the Pennsylvania Assembly 
record that on the 3d of Twelfth Month, 1^12, 
a proposal from him on the subject of printing 
these laws was read in the House, and a com- 
mittee having been chosen on the loth of that 
month to contraift " with such printer as they 



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Andrew Bradford, the son of thai William 
Bradford mho first printed in Pennsylva- 
nia and New York, was bom in Phtladet- 
Phia in the year 1686. It is probable that he 
derived his Christian name from his Tna- 
ternal grandfather, Andrew Soule. of Lon- 
don, an extensive publisher during the 
Commonwealth and Restoration. In 1693, 
■when seven years old, he went vnth his pa- 



rents to New Yori, and iit that city, in his 
fatJier's office, he was taught the art with 
which his name is connected in Pennsyl- 
vania, In the early days a classical educa- 
tion was probably not to be obtained in the 
colonies which lunv form the Middle States. 
But, in copnmon with those valuable Tnen 
■who ■were first borji on our soil and record 
the transitions of its people's birthright 



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Andrew Bradford, the son of that 
William Bradford who first printed in 
Pennsylvania and New York, was bom 
in Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is 
probable that he derived his Christian 
name from his maternal grandfather, 
Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive 
publisher during the Commonwealth and 
Restoration. In 1693, when seven years 
old, he went with his parents to New 
York, and in that citv, in his father's 
office, he was taught the art with which 
his name is connected in Pennsylvania. 
In the early days a classical education 
was probably not to be obtained in the 
colonies which now form the Middle 
States. But, in common with those valu- 
able men who were first bom on oursoil 
and record the transitions of its people's 
birthright from England to America, 
Bradford received such education as was 
taught, and it is likely from parental 
counsel thofie yet better principles of right 
conduct which lie at the foundation of 



chara(5ter, and to which he owed, in 
earlier life than is common, such offices 
of trust and profit as were known in the 

grimitive society of Philadelphia. His 
andwriting, spiecimens of which are pre- 
served, indicate nothing like illiteracy. 
A pamphlet published in New York, 
with the imprint of William and Andrew 
Bradford, shows that in 171 z he was 
probably in partnership with his &ther; 
and the publication of the colonial laws 
of New Jersey, in 1732, with the same 
imprint, as printers to the King's Most 
Excellent Majesty for the Province of 
New Jersey, would indicate that the 
partnership continued for some years. 
In the year 1712 Andrew removed to 
Philadelphia, in which city his father 
had formerly lived, and where, notwith- 
standing he had separated from the 
Society of Friends, it would seem he 
maintained such friendly relations with 
that religious seel as enabled him to se- 
cure to his son a press of which the 



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Andreiv Bradford, the son of that 
William Bradford ivho first printed 
in Pennsyl-vania and Ne-w York, -was 
born in Philadelphia in the year it^. 
ft is probable that he derived his 
Christian name from his maternal 
grandfather, Andreiv Soule, of Lon- 



don, an extensive publisher during 
the Contmonivealth and Restoration. 
In i6q3, "when seven years old, he -went 
■with his parents to Neiu York, and in 
that city, in his father's office, he -was 
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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who first printed 
in Pennsylvania and New York, was born in Philadelphia in the year 1686. 
It is probable that he derived his Christian name from his maternal grand- 
fether, Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive publisher during the Com- 
monwealth and Restoration, In 1693, when seven years old, he went 
with his parents to New York, and in that city, in his father's office, he 
was taught the art with which his name is conne<5ted in Pennsylvania. 
In the early days a classical education was probably not to be obtained 
in the colonic which now form the Middle States. But, in common 
with those valuable men who were first bom on our soil and record the 
transitions of its people's birthright from England to America, Bradford 
received such education as was taught, and it is hkely from parental coun- 
sel those yet better principles of right condudt which lie at the foundation 
of charadter, and to which he owed, in earlier life than is common, such 
offices of trust and profit as were known in the primitive society of Phi- 
ladelphia. His handwriting, specimens of which are preserved, indicate 
nothing like illiteracy. A pamphlet published in New York, with the im- 
print of William and Andrew Bradford, shows that in 171 1 he was pro- 
bably in partnership with his father ; and the pubhcation of the colonial 
laws of New Jersey, in 1732, with the same imprint, as printers to the 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who first printed 
in Pennsylvania and New York, was born in Philadelphia in the year 
j686. It is probable thai he derived his Christian name from his mater- 
nal grandfather, Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive publisher during ■ 
the Commonwealth and Restoration. In i6gj, when seven years old, he 
went with his parents to New York, and in that city, in his father s office, 

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Beevieb Old Style, No. 2. 

Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who first 
printed in Pennsylvania and New York, was bom in Philadelphia in 
the year 1686. It is probable that he derived his Christian name 
from his maternal grandfather, Andrew Soule, of London, an exten- 
sive publisher during the Commonwealth and Restoration. In 1693, 
when seven years old, he went with his parents to New York, and in 
that city, in his father's office, he was taught the art with which his 
name is connedted in Pennsylvania. In the early days a classical 
education was probably not to be obtained in the colonies which 
now form the Middle States. But, in common with those valuable 
men who were first bom on our soil and record the transitions of its 
people's birthright from England to America, Bradford received such 
education as was taught, and it is likely from parental counsel those 
yet better principles of right condu<5l which lie at the foundation of 
charaiSler, and to which he owed, in earlier life than is common, such 
offices of trust and profit as were known in the primitive society of 
Philadelphia. His handwriting, specimens of which are preserved, 
indicate nothing like illiteracy. A pamphlet published in New York, 

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Andf'ew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who first 
printed in Pennsylvania and New York^ was born in Philadelphia in 
the year 1686. It is probable that he derived his Christian name 
from his maternal grandfather, Andrew Soule, of London, an exten- 
sive publisher during the Commonwealth a7id Restoration. In idgj, 
when seven years old, he went with his parents to New York, and in 

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BonBGEOis Old Style, No. 2. 

Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who 
first printed in Pennsylvania and New York, was born in Phila- 
delphia in the year 1686. It is probable that he derived his 
Christian name from his maternal grandfather, Andrew Soule, 
of London, an extensive publisher during the Commonwealth 
and Restoration. In 1693, when seven years old, he went 
with his parents to New York, and in that city, in his father's 
office, he was taught the art with which his name is connedled 
in Pennsylvania. In the early days a classical education was 
probably not to be obtained in the colonies which now form 
the Middle States. But, in common with those valuable men 
who were first born on our soil and record the transitions of 
its people's birthright from England to America, Bradford 
received such education as was taught, and it is likely from 
parental counsel those yet better principles of right condudl 
which lie at the foundation of charafter, and to which he 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who 
first printed in Pennsylvania and New York, was born in 
Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is probable that he derived 
his Christian name from his maternal grandfather, Andrew 
Soule, of London, an extensive publisher during the Common- 
wealth and Restoration. In j6qj, when seven years old, he 

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Small Pica Old Style, No. 2. 

Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Brad- 
ford who first printed in Pennsylvania and New York, 
was born in Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is pro- 
bable that he derived his Christian name from his 
maternal grandfather, Andrew Soule, of London, an 
extensive publisher during the Commonwealth and 
Restoration. In 1693, when seven years old, he 
went with his parents to New York, and in that city, 
in his father's office, he was taught the art with which 
his name is conne6led in Pennsylvania. In the early 
days a classical education was probably not to be 
obtained in the colonies which now form the Middle 
States. But, in common with those valuable men 
who were first born on our soil and record the tran- 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford 
who first printed in Pennsylvania and New York, tvas 
born in Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is probable 
that he^derived his Christian name from his maternal 

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Long Primer Old Style, No. 2. 

Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford 
who first printed in Pennsylvania and New York, was born 
in Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is probable that he 
derived his Christian name from his maternal grandfather, 
Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive publisher during 
the Commonwealth and Restoration. In 1693, when 
se.ven years old, he went with his parents to New York, 
and in that city, in his father's office, he was taught the 
art with which his name is connedted in Pennsylvania. 
In the early days a classical education was probably not 
to be obtained in the colonies which now form the Mid- 
dle States. But, in common with those valuable men 
who were first born on our soil and record the transitions 
of its people's birthright from England' to America, 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Bradford who 
first printed in Pennsylvania and New York, was born in 
Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is probable that he de- 
rived his Christian name from his maternal grandfather, 
Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive publisher during 

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Pica Old Style, No. 2, 

Andrew Bradford, the son of that William 
Bradford who first printed in Pennsylvania and 
New York, was born in Philadelphia in the 
year 1686. It is probable that he derived his 
Christian name from his maternal grandfather, 
Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive pub- 
lisher during the Commonwealth and Restora- 
tion. In 1693, when seven years old, he went 
with his parents to New York, and in that city, 
in his father's office, he was taught the art with 
which his name is connected in Pennsylvania. 
In the early days a classical education was 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William 
Bradford who first printed in Pennsylvania 
and New York, was born in Philadelphia in the 
year 1686. It is probable that he derived his 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that 
William Bradford who first printed in 
Pennsylvania and New York, was born 
in Philadelphia in the year 1686. It is 
probable that he derived his Christian 
name from his maternal grandfather, 
Andrew Soule, of London, an extensive 
publisher during the Commonwealth and 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that 
WiUiam Bradford who first printed 
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was born in Philadelphia in the 
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derived his Christian name from 

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Andrew Bradford, the son of that William Brad- 
ford who first printed in Pennsylvania and New 
York, was born in Philadelphia in the year 1686. It 
is probable that he derived his Christian name from 

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BiNNY Series. 



XospAKEiL Old Style, Xo. 3. 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which countn- he had, after 
becoming a printer, condufled the business of type-founding on a limited 
scale at Edinburgh, and emigrated to the United States about 1795, In 1796, 
in conjunction with James Ronaldson, he established in Philadel])hia the first 
permanent type-foundry in the United States, which, after passing through 
various hands, is now owned byMacKellar, Smiths &Jordan. Before Binny's 
arrival in this country'. Sower had made German type at Germantown, and 
Buel had made English type in Connecticut ; but he was the first to put tlie 
business on an independent as well as a permanent basis. He not only made 
good type, but devised an improvement m the art of casting them, which was 
the ^eatest advance step made after the invention of printmg until the type- 
casting machine was invented. By a modification of the ancient mould, 
which he patented in 181 1, Mr. Binny greatly increased rapidity of produc- 
tion, and at the same time rendered the labours of the caster less arduous. 
He subsequently made energetic but fruitless efforts to invent a machine for 
rubbing t>Tpe. After a prosperous career, Mr. Binny, in 1819, being advanced 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country he had, after 
becoming a printer, conducted the business of type-founding on a limited scale 
at Edinburgh, and emigrated to the United States about lygs- In iyg6, in 
conjunction irnth y antes Ronaldson, he established in Philadelphia the first 
permanent type-foundry in the United States, which, after passing through 

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MixiON Oli» Style, Xo. .3. 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country he 
had, after becoming a printer, conducted the business of t>'pe- 
founding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and emigrated to the 
United States about 1795. In 1796, in conjunction with James 
Ronaldson, he established in Philadelphia the first permanent 
type-foundry in the United States, which, after passing through 
various hands, is now owned by MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan. 
Before Binny's arrival in this country. Sower had made German 
type at Germantown, and Buel had made English type in Con- 
neflicut; but he was the first to put the business on an inde- 
pendent as well as a permanent basis. He not only made good 
type, but devised an improvement in the art of casting them, which 
was the greatest advance step made after the invention of printing 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country he 
had, after becoming a printer, conduHed. the business of type- 
founding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and emigrated to the 
United States about 1795. In iyg6, in conjunSion with yam,es 

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Bhevier Old Style, No. 3. 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country 
he had, after becoming a printer, conducted the business of 
type-founding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and emigrated 
to the United States about 1795. In 1796, in conjunftion with 
James Ronaldson, he established in Philadelphia the first 
permanent tsrpe-foundry in the United States, which, after 
passing through various hands, is now owned by MacKellar, 
Smiths & Jordan. Before Binny's arrival in this country, 
Sower had made German type at Germantown, and Buel had 
made English type in Connefticut ; but he was the first to put 
the business on an independent as well as a permanent basis. 
He not only made good type, but devised an improvement 
in the art of casting them, which was the greatest advance 
step made after the invention of printing until the type- 
casting machine was invented. By a modification of the 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country 
he had, after becoming a printer, conducted the business of 
type-founding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and emigrated 

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BotJEGEOis Old Style, No. 3. 

Archibald Binxy was a native of Scotland, in which 
country he had, after becoming a printer, conducted the 
business of type-founding on a limited scale at Edin- 
burgh, and emigrated- to the United States about 1795. 
In 1796, in conjunftion with James Ronaldson, he estab- 
lished in Philadelphia the first permanent type-foundry 
in the United States, which, after passing through various 
hands, is now owned by MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan. 
Before Binny's arrival in this country, Sower had made 
German type at Germantown, and Buel had made English 
type in Conne6licut; but he was the first to put the 
business on an independent as well as a permanent basis. 
He not only made good type, but devised an improve- 
ment in the art of casting them, which was the greatest 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country 
he had, after becoming a printer, conduced the business of 
type-fou7iding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and emigrated 

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LoiTG Pbimeb Oi-d Styxe, No. 3. 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country he had, after becoming a 
printer, condudted the business of type-founding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and 
emigrated to the United States about 1795. In 1796, in conjun6lion with James Ronald- 
son, he established in Philadelphia the first permanent type-foundry in the United States, 
which, after passing through various hands, is now owned by MacKellar, Smiths & Jordan. 
Before Binny's arrival in this country, Sower had made German type at Germantown, and 
Buel had made English type in Connefticut; but he was the first to put the business on 
an independent as well as a permanent basis. He not only made good type, but devised 
an improvement in the art of casting them, which was the greatest advance step made after 
the invention of printing until the type-casting machine was invented. By a modification 
of the ancient mould, which he patented in 1811, Mr. Binny greatly increased rapidity 
of produftion, and at the same time rendered the labours of the caster less arduous. He 
subsequently made energetic but fruitless efforts to invent a machine for rubbing type. 

Archibald Binny was a native of Scotland, in which country he had, after- becoming a 
printer, conducted the business of type-founding on a limited scale at Edinburgh, and emi- 
grated to the United States about 1795. In 1796, in conjun£lion with fames Ronaldson, he 

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James Ronaldson, the son of William Ronaldson^ was bom in 
1768, at Gorgie, near Edinburgh, and died in Philadelphia in 
1842. In 1794 he came to Philadelphia, in the sailing-vessel 
Providence. Shortly after his arrival he renewed his acquaint- 
ance vpith Mr. Archibald Binny, whom he had previously known 
in Scotland. For a year or two after his arrival in this country, 
Ronaldson carried on a biscuit bakery. His establishment was 
destroyed by fire in 1796, so that he found himself out of an 
occupation. It is related that about this time he encountered 
Binny in an ale-house ; their acquaintance ripened into a friendly 
intimacy, and they soon, learned each other's views and pros- 
pects. The natural result was the formation of a copartnership 
between them, beginning November i, 1796, establishing the first 
permanent type-foundry in the United States. Ronaldson fur- 
nished the greater portion of the capital, and assumed control of 
the financial branch of the business. Binny, who was a prac- 
tical type-founder, and had carried on the business in Edinburgh, 
contributed his tools, stock of metal, and types, and superin- 
tended the manufadturing department. The connedlion proved 
mutually advantageous, and a prosperous business was the result. 
American printers, who had hitherto relied on British founders 
for their supply of type, patronized the new establishment, and, 
ill Mr. Ronaldson's words, "the importation of foreign type 
ceased in proportion as Binny & Ronaldson became known to 
the printers of the United States." In 1806 the type-founding 
tools and materials, which Dr. Benjamin Franklin had brought 
from France for his own convenience in casting sorts, came into 
the possession of the firm. They had become the property, after 
Dr. Franklin's death, of Mr. Duane, a relative of the philosopher, 
who, appreciating the zeal -with which Messrs. Binny & Ronald- 
son strove for success, offered them the loan of the tools. Mr. 
Ronaldson, after an examination of them, was so struck with the 
superiority of some of them over their own, and fearing that Mr. 
Duane might change his mind, at once borrowed a wheel-barrow 
and lost no time in personally conveying such as he sele(5ted to 
their foundry, during one of the hottest days in summer of the 
year mentioned. It is probable that Mr. Furst, a die-sinker at 
the Philadelphia Mint, may have cut punches for Binny & Ron- 
aldson, as his name occurs as engraver under a likeness of Binny 
on the obverse of a medal, which has also the inscription "A. 
Binny, I^etter-Founder, Philadelphia." The inscription on the 
reverse, under an appropriate group of figures and tools, is "Let- 
ter-Foundry of Philadelphia, established A. D. 1796." After the 
retirement of Binny & Ronaldson, Richard Ronaldson carried on 
the busine.ss of this foundry until 1833, when he in turn was suc- 
ceeded by Lawrence Johnson and George F. Smith. Mr. John- 



Bbevier Old Style, No. 4. 

James Ronaldson, the son of William Ronaldson, 
was bom in 1768, at Gorgie, near Edinburgh, and died 
in Philadelphia in 1842. In 1794 he came to Philadel- 
phia, in the sailing-vessel Providence. Shortly after 
his arrival he renewed his acquaintance with Mr. 
Archibald Binny, whom he had previously known in 
Scotland. For a year or two after his arrival in this 
country, Ronaldson carried on a biscuit bakery. His 
establishment was destroyed by fire in 1796, so that 
he found himself out of an occupation. It is related 
that about this time he encountered Binny in an ale- 
house; their acquaintance ripened into a friendly 
intimacy, and they soon learned each other's views 
and prospedts. The natural result was the formation 
of a copartnership between them, beginning November 
I, 1796, establishing the first permanent type-foundry 
in the United States. Ronaldson furnished the greater 
portion of the capital, and assumed control of the 
financial branch of the business. Binny, who was a 
praiftical t3T)e-founder, and had carried on the busi- 
ness in Edinburgh, contributed his tools, stock of 
metal, and types, and superintended the manufac- 
turing department. The connedlion proved mutually 
advantageous, and a prosperous business was the re- 
sult. American printers, who had hitherto relied on 
British founders for their supply of type, patronized 
the new establishment, and, in Mr. Ronaldson's words, 
"the importation of foreign type ceased in proportion 
as Binny & Ronaldson became known to the printers 
of the United States." In 1806 the type-founding 
tools and materials, which Dr. Benjamin Franklin had 
brought from France for his own convenience in cast- 
ing sorts, came into the possession of the firm. They 
had become the property, after Dr. Franklin's ^eath, 
of Mr. Duane, a relative of the philosopher, who, 
appreciating the zeal with which Messrs. Binny & 
Ronaldson strove for success, offered them the loan 
of the tools. Mr. Ronaldson, after an examination 
of them, was so struck with the superiority of some 
of them over their own, and fearing that Mr. Duane 
might change his mind, at once borrowed a wheel- 



James Ronaldson, the son of William Ronaldson, was 
born in 1768, at Gorgie, near Edinburgh, and died in 
Philadelphia in 1842. In 1794 he came to Philadelphia, 
in the sailing-vessel Providence. Shortly after his arrival 
he renewed his acquaintance with Mr. Archibald Binny, 
whom he had previously known in Scotland. For a year 
or two after his arrival in this country, Ronaldson carried 
on a biscuit bakery. His establishment was destroyed by 
fire in 1796, so that he found himself out of an occupation. 
It is related that about this time he encountered Binny in 
an ale-house ; their acquaintance ripened into a friendly 
intimacy, and they soon learned each other's views and 
prospects. The natural result was the formation of a co- 
partnership between them, beginning November i, 1796, 
establishing the first permanent type-foundry in the United 
States. Ronaldson furnished the greater portion of the 
capital, and assumed control of the financial branch of 
the business. Binny, who was a praftical type-founder, 
and had carried on the business in Edinburgh, contributed 
his tools, stock of metal, and types, and superintended 
the manufadluring department. The connexion proved 
mutually advantageous, and a prosperous business was 
the result. American printers, who had hitherto relied 
on British founders for their supply of type, patronized 
the new establishment, and, in Mr. Ronaldson's words, 
"the importation of foreign type ceased in proportion as 
Binny & Ronaldson became known to the printers of the 
United States." In 1806 the type-founding tools and 
materials, which Dr. Benjamin Franklin had brought from 
France for his own convenience in casting sorts, came into 
the possession of the firm. They had become the pro- 
perty, after Dr. Franklin's death, of Mr. Duane, a relative 
of the philosopher, who, appreciating the zeal with which 
Messrs. Binny & Ronaldson strove for success, offered 
them the loan of the tools. Mr. Ronaldson, after an ex- 
amination of them, was so struck with the superiority of 
some of them over their own, and fearing that Mr. Duane 
might change his mind, at once borrowed a wheel-barrow 



Bourgeois Old Style, No. 4. 

James Ronaldson, the son of William Ronald- 
son, was bom in 1768, at Gorgie, near Edinburgh, 
and died in Philadelphia in 1842. In 1794 he came 
to Philadelphia, in the sailing-vessel Providence. 
Shortly after his arrival he renewed his acquaint- 
ance with Mr. Archibald Binny, whom he had 
previously known in Scotland. For a year or two 
after his arrival in this country, Ronaldson carried 
on a biscuit bakery. His establishment was de- 
stroyed by fire in 1796, so that he found himself 
out of an occupation. It is related that about 
this time he encountered Binny in an ale-house ; 
their acquaintance ripened into a friendly inti- 
macy, and they soon learned each other's views 
and prospedls. The natural result was the forma- 
tion of a copartnership between them, beginning 
November i, 1^796, establishing the first permanent 
type-foundry in the United States. Ronaldson 
furnished the greater portion of the capital, and 
assumed control of the financial branch of the 
business. Binny, who was a practical type- 
founder, and had carried on the business in 
Edinburgh, contributed his tools, stock of metal, 
and types, and superintended the manufadluring 
department. The connedlion proved mutually 
advantageous, and a prosperous business was the 
result. American printers, who had hitherto re- 
lied on British founders for their supply of type, 
patronized the new establishment, and, in Mr. 
Ronaldson's words, "the importation of foreign 
type ceased in proportion as Binny & Ronaldson 
became known to the printers of the United 
States." In 1806 the type-founding tools and 
materials, which Dr. Benjamin Franklin had 
brought from France for his own convenience in 
casting sorts, came into the possession of the 
firm. They had become the property, after Dr. 
Franklin's death, of Mr. Duane, a relative of the 
philosopher, who, appreciating the zeal with 



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James Ronaldson, the son of William Ronaldson, was bom in 
1768, at Gorgie, near Kdinburgli, and died in Philadelphia in 
1842. In 1794 he came to Philadelphia, in the sailing-vessel 
Providence. Shortly after his arrival he renewed his acquaint- 
ance with Mr. Archibald Binny, whom he had previously known 
in Scotland. For a year or two after his arrival in this country, 
Ronaldson carried on a biscuit bakery. His establishment was 
destroyed by fire in 1796, so that he found himself out of an 
occupation. It is related that about this time he encountered 
Binny in an ale-house ; their acquaintance ripened into a friendly 
intimacy, and they soon learned each other's views and prospedls. 
The natural result was the formation of a copartnership between 
them, beginning November i, 1796, establishing the first perma- 
nent type-foundry in the United States. Ronaldson furnished 
the greater portion of the capital, and assumed control of the 
financial branch of the business. Binny, who was a practical 
type-founder, and had carried on the business in Edinburgh, 
contributed his tools, stock of metal, and types, and superintended 
the manufadluring department. The connexion proved mutually 
advantageous, and a prosperous business was the result. Amer- 
ican printers, who had hitherto relied on British founders for 



Lo?^G Primer Ot^d Style, No. 4. 

James Ronaldson, the son of William Ron- 
aldson, was born in 1768, at Gorgie, near 
Edinburgh, and died in Philadelphia in 1842. 
In 1794 he came to Philadelphia, in the sailing- 
vessel Providence. Shortly after his arrival he 
renewed his acquaintance with Mr. Archibald 
Binny, whom he had previously known in 
Scotland. For a year or two after his arrival 
in this country, Ronaldson carried on a biscuit 
bakery. His establishment was destroyed by 
fire in 1796, so that he found himself out of an 
occupation. It is related that about this time 
he encountered Binny in an ale-house ; their 
acquaintance ripened into a friendly intimacy, 
and they soon learned each other's views and 
prospedis. The natural result was the forma- 
tion of a copartnership between them, begin- 
ning November i, 1796, establishing the first 
permanent type-foundry in the United States. 
Ronaldson furnished the greater portion of the 
capital, and assumed control of the financial 
branch of the business. Binny, who was a 
practical type-founder, and had carried on the 
business in Edinburgh, contributed his tools, 
stock of metal, and types, and superintended 
the manufadluring department. The connec- 
tion proved mutually advantageous, and a 
prosperous business was the result. American 
printers, who had hitherto relied on British 
founders for their supply of type, patronized 
the new establishment, and, in Mr. Ronald- 
son's words, "the importation of foreign type 
ceased in proportion as Binny & Ronaldson 
became known to the printers of the United 
States." In 1806 the type-founding tools and 



Small Pica Old Style, No. 4. 

James Ronaldson, the son of William 
Ronaldson, was born in 1768, at Gorgie, 
near Edinburgh, and died in Philadelphia 
in 1842. In 1794 he came to Philadelphia, 
in the sailing-vessel Providence. Shortly 
after his arrival he renewed his acquaint- 
ance with Mr. Archibald Binny, whom he 
had previously known in Scotland. For a 
year or two after his arrival in this country, 
Ronaldson carried on a biscuit bakery. His 
establishment was destroyed by fire in 1796, 
so that he found himself out of an occupa- 
tion. It is related that about this time he 
encountered Binny in an ale-house ; their 
acquaintance ripened into a friendly inti- 
macy, and they soon learned each other's 
views and prospedis. The natural result 
was the formation of a copartnership be- 
tween them, beginning November i, 1796, 
establishing the first permanent type-foun- 
dry in the United States. Ronaldson fur- 
nished the greater portion of the capital, 
and assumed control of the financial branch 
of the business. Binny, who was a pradli- 
cal type-founder, and had carried on the 
business in Edinburgh, contributed his 
tools, stock of metal, and types, and super- 
intended the manufadluring department. 
The connedlion proved mutually advan- 
tageous, and a prosperous business was the 
result. American printers, who had hith- 
erto relied on British founders for their 



THE MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN' Cfl. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILAHELPHIA. 



Old Style Title. 



NoN-PAEFji. Olb Style Tttle. ,— -"^Sr^^^^i-— ^ MrsioN OtD Style Title. 




KOTES ON THE I^ABOim. QUESXION "^M^T UNIVERSAI, IHODERX MARTYRS 

By a Confirmed i^oafer j 'Wasp-'Wraisted Peminines 

Toil Reduced to a Mlniniam and Placed on Other Sbonlders SHoe-PincHed DameS and Bxquisite Dandies 



IMstriI>ution of 'Wealtb to Habitual laziness 

Competency Speedily Acquired by Skilful Appropriation 

Industry Viewed from a Sbirklns Standpoint 

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Fashion's Daily FoUo^rers, Short SigTlited Sorrowers 
Mid-Day Broilinsr Summer Tourists 



Brevier Old Style Title. 

APPARATUS TO ABATB THE TRAII^ING-SKIRT NUISANCE 

Attacliineiit to eacb Trail made Compulsory 

Poisonous Dusty Filtli, Stirred up in ''talking, Injected into tlie "W^earer's Eungs 

Occasional Out-Door Exercise Beneficial to Family Physicians 

Daily Promenade ofT^:o Hours for one "Week "W^arranted to Kill eyery Deyotee of Fashion 

Funeral Pageants and Monumental Marble Prohibited 



BOTTRGEOIS OLB STYLE TITLK, 

ADVENTURES IN THE GODDESS OF NIGHT 

By our Trayelling: Correspondent 

Interyie^v ^vith the 9Ian in the moon and his ITieyv^s on the Green Cheese Theory 

Speculations on Sloonlig^ht Courtship as seen from Above 

Advice on the Treatment of Eunatics and Hints to those Contemplating: Bloonlig^ht Flitting; 

Specimens of Concentrated Moonshine for ^Vits and Punsters 



LoxG Primer Oli> Style Title. 

PORTABl,E AND SEI.F-ACTING TELEPHONE 

An Instrument to Assist tlte Hearing 

Revealing to its Possessor -wliat is said of liim l»y liis Acquaintances 

Instructive for ttie Egotistical, tlie Tain, the Bombastic, and the Self-Conceited 

Invaluable Acquisition Previous to 'Will-Making 



Pica Old Style Title. 

SCIOLISXIC ANXE-AOAMIC RKSBARCH 

Or ^eiiv Oenesis of Mankind 

Shoivins^ Clearly its Blood Relationship to the Simian Family 

'With Exhaustive Inquiries into the Rise, Progress, and Fixation of Colours 

And Reasons for Straight, Curly, and Frizzled Hairiness 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES 



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Great Pkimee, No. 4. 



UNQUESTIONABLE PEOPOSITIONS 

Ornamented Type, like bonbons and gingerbread, may occasion- 
ally serve a good purpose; but a neat and elegant Plain Let- 
ter is always as welcome and serviceable as bread and butter. 
This is a seft-evident proposition to all who are gifted with that 
admirable felicity of taste which discovers beauty in simpKcity. 

Thrifty Housekeeper! Bountiful Prmiders! 
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DotTBLE Smau. Pica, No. 2. 



ADMIRABLE OPPORTUNITY 

House to Let, with all the modern conveniences, except 
water-closet, gas, and bath, to a nice genteel family with- 
out any children. Fine pigsty and dog-kennel in the yard. 

Splendid Residence! Inviting Accessories! 

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Two-IxiNE Kkoush, Xo. : 



PUNCHMUG'S GYMNASIUM 

Milling Machines 

PoKte Antics, Monkey Capers, Tripheel Tricks, 

Fancy Accomplishments 

Principal Rooms, 389 Fisticuff Street 
Delightsome Meereations ! 

UACKSIXAB, SMITHS 4 JOBDAX. 147 SAXSOM STREET, PniLAUKI.Pni A. 



Tw(»-LiXK GitKAT Primer, Su.Z. 



MOENING CONCEET 

Signora Earsplitto's 892d Farewell 
Concert. She will ning with pathos 
"My heart is sad! my pocket lean!" 

LachrymoHB Circumstance! 



Caxun. >.". I. :j. 



PREMIUM 

Immediate Dvick-Hatcher ! 

Patent Secured 

133456 



FiVE-IiisE Pica, No. 2. 



REFLECTOR 

Fireside Companion 

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MAC'KKLLAK, SMITHS <lc JORIIAN 14^ SAXW)*! STKKKT, PHILADELPHIA. 



FotTR-IiisK Pica Ltghtfai-k. 



CRICKETERS 

Gothamitic Chronicler 



SJX-LINE PitA LlGHTKA( K. 



AMERICA 

Union Guardian 



XiXK-LixK Pica Lightfack. 



EXTRA 

Constitution 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES 



HACKELLAR, SMITHS A JOKDAX, loU HANSOM STKKET, PHILADKLPHIA. 



DISINTERESTED BENEYOLENCE 

Mr. Judas Hjpocrite, a retired scoundrel in good health, 
will send free to all applicants a sure recipe for all human 
maladies. No attention given unless ten stamps he sent. 

Delicate and Rejined Roguery, 



TTAro-LiiTE E]sr<3-x,isia:, isro. i. 



GRATUITOUS EXHIBITION. 

Daily, on the Portico of Universe Hotel, a fine 
assortment of Fashionable Young Dandies, with 
Eyeglasses, Cigars, Moustaches, and Impudence. 

Ladies^ Especial Delectation. 



T-STSrO-IiHsTE C3-S.E.A.T rE,I3ia:EE,, ISTO- 1. 



GOUGEM GRAB BANK. 

Capital secured in the Directors' Pockets. 
.Ten per cent. Premium. 

Depositors fully paid in promises. 



C-A-3sro2sr, isro. i. 



BEAUSNARBS 

Ornamented with Flowers. 
Mrs. Eve, Inventor. 



1IA0KKI.I.AB, SMITHS .t /OBl)A>, 151 SANSOM STKEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



CHEAT PRIMER, No. 2. 



EMPLOYMENT LACKERS, ATTENTION ! 

Impecunious Ladies and Gentlemen will communicate with Doctor 
Pocketshave, who, for the inconsiderable fee of Five Dollars, will 
direct them to unl3ounded affluence and consequent respectability. 

Unquestioned Integrity in Applicants ! 

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OFFICE-HOLDERS' GOLDEN-GOOSE. 

Containing precise directions how to penetrate the 
Money-Chest; with hints on mysterious abstraction. 
A box of Committee Eye-dust given with each book. 

Just Published at Capitol Hill, 

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DOUBLE PICA, No. 2. 



IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. 

Patrick's Shillalah Ointment needs but one appli- 
cation to enable the patient at once to see stars 
hitherto beyond the reach of Rosse's Telescope. 

Main Depository^ Shinbone Jllley. 

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REAL DOUBLE PICA. 



MII^KSOPPE'S COURSE! 

Fir§t Scries of LiCctures at Crabbletown Hall. 
Society ^§ Elite alone admitted. 

Cai^dsfonf the Couw^se^ Ten Dotlav^s. 

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T-V^O-LIU"E ESTCS-LISIS:, NO. 2. 



I.EFT HER HOME! 

A cherished Maltese Kitten, the only 
solace of a disconsolate bachelor. The 
OTmer^s unbounded gratitude nviU be 
the reiw^ard of its sy^mpathetic restorer. 



T"W"0-iji2srE OE.EJb.'r i>ie,iia:EU,, isro. 2. 



CATCH THE THIEF! 

MiNS Hatethebab^^N immaculate 
poodle abducted hy a most felo- 
nious and hard-bearted irretch. 

LAheral ReufardI 



DOXTBLIE I».A.E,.a.GOiT. 



ATTENTION ! 

FunambulouN Performers! 
Perilous Hardihood ! 



MACKKLLAK, SMITHS <L JORDAif, 156 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



CAXOX. Xo. . 



Great Bonlder-i^tone 
Bending Bongh 



POTTB-LESE PICA. 



XIIIBL.1: Rock 



FIVE-LrSB PICA, 



BROAD hits 
Bill-SMe 



UACKBLI^B, SMITHS 4 JOEDAK, IM ?iAXi?OM STREET, PHII-AJJELPHIA. 



Two-Line Letter. 



COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



rWO-LINE PWAKTt UGHTFACE COND. No. 3. TWO-LHTB NONFABSJL UGHTFACE COND, Ko. 2. 

ELEPH.L\T'S RESEARCHES IN ANIMALCULil COCKXEY'S LOCOMOTIVE GLIMPSES 

IMPECCABLE REPUTATION PLEASA^XT HUMOURS 

TWO-LUTE MTNION UGHTFACE COBTD. No. 2. , TWO-LUTE B£EVXEH LIGHTPACE COITD. Wo. 2. 

FELINE SEEKINGS IX MICEDOM ^ NICHOLAS' TURKEY-KILLING 
REFINED MANNER GENTLE SPEECH 

TWO-LINE BOTTRGEOIS LIGHTFACE COMUENSED, No. 2. 

COGNAC'S INTELLECTUAL CLUB-ROOM RECREATIONS 



TWO-LINE LONG PSTWRB LIGHTPACE CONDENSED, No. 2. 

TRADER'S EXPERIENCE IN ALGERINE ROW 



TWO-LINE SMALL PICA LIGHTPACE CONDENSED. 



JOHNNIE'S MEMORIES OF THE HUMBLE-BEE 



TWO-LINE PICA LIGHTPACE CONDENSED, No. 2. 



SEEKLONG'S SEARCH FOR COMMONSENSE 



TW^O-LOTE ENGLISH LIGHTPACE CONDENSED, No. 2. 



PERCENTUM'S BANKING MYSTERIES 



MACKKLLAB, SMITHS <t JORDAN, lo6 SA^'SOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-LixE Letter. 



COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



TWO -LINE PEASI. UGHTFACE COin>. No. 4- 

PROF. TESTER'S HOIBUG ANALYSIS 
FRIENDLY REGARDS 



TWO-UXTB NOmPAEEH. LIGHTPACB CXJNU. No. 3. 

FROG'S DITCH EXPLORATIO]S\S 
CORRECT COXDUCT 



T^o-iJirE KnnOK^ uqstfacb coitd. ko. s. 

GOTHAMITE'S MOONSHINE 
PROMPT ACTION 



rWO-IiTNE SKEVIEB UGHTFACE COND. No. 3. 

MUDDLER ON CURRENCY 
TRUE LOVE 



TVyO-UITE BOUBQEOIS UGHTPACE CONDENSED, No. 3. 



ANNOTATIONS ON CHOATEAN HIEROGLYPHICS 



TVrO-LINE I.ONG PHTTVTRB LIGHTPACE CONDENSED, No. 3. 



ADIPOSE'S KITCHEX-STIDIES W GREECE 



T'WO-UirS SMAIiIi PICA UGETFACE CONDENSED, No. 2. 



COMMUNICATION FROM GAMMONLAND 



rWO-tCNE PICA lilGSTPACB CONDENSED, No. 8. 



SPIRITUAL ALCHEMISTS MANUAL 



TWO-LINE ENGUSH LIGHTPACE CONDENSED, No. 3. 



COMPLETE ROGUE PRECEPTOR 



HACKKU.AB, SMITHS A JOBDAX. 



SANSOM STREET, PIDLADEI^PHIA. 



Two-LiXE Letter. 



COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



TWO-LLNE FEARli UGSTFACE, No. 2. TTVO-LUTE KONPABEUi UGSTFACE, ITo. 3. 



BAEIES' WR0:N^GS AOT) EIGHTS 
SMILING CHERUB 



BOARDING-SCHOOL LETTERS 
ROMPING MAIDEN 



Two-LisfK Great Pbimer Lightface. 



SUMMERING 
MORNING BREEZES 

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TWO-LUTE PICA IiIGKTJi'ACE, No, a. 



GARDEN OF MERRIE DELIGHTS 



rwo-inrB English lightpace. no. z. 



SUNSHINE IN CORNERS 



MACKETLLAB, SMITHS A JOBDAU". 158 SA3?SOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-LiXE Lettek. 



COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



rWO-UNB PBAai. LIGHTFACE, No. 2. 

BABIES' WRONGS AND RIGHTS 
SMILING CHERUB 



■TWO-infE MINION UQHTFACE, No. 3. 

STRONGMIND HEROINE 
DAUGHTER 



TTWO-UNE NONPAEEHi lilSHTFACE, No. 3. 

BOARDING-SCHOOL LETTERS 
ROMPING MAIDEN 

TWO-iJlSTE EBSVTER LIGHTFACE, No. 3 

BUNDLE OF BLESSING 
HOUSEWIFE 



TWO-LDTE EOUBGEOIS LIGHTFACE, No. 2. 



GENTLENOTE'S HOME MAGNETISM 



TWO-LINE LONG PEIMEB LIGHTFACE, No. 3. 



MOLLIE SINGEM'S KITCHEN DITTIES 



TW^O-LrNE SMALL PICA LIGHTFACE, No. 2. 



HEARTHSTONE ORNAMENTS 



TWO-LINE PICA LIGHTFACE, No. 



GARDEN OF MERRIE DELIGHTS 



TWO-LINE ENGLISH LIGHTFACE, No. 2. 



SUNSHINE IN CORNERS 



MACKEI.I>AB, SMITHS <fc JORDAN". 



8ANS0M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-Line Letter. 



COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



TWO-LINE PEftKT. LIGHTFACE. 

BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS 
ILLUMINATION 



TWO-IDTE AGATE UGHTPACE. 

TYPOGRAPHICAL ESTHETICS 
PERIODICALS 



T'WO-IilNE NOMTAEEH. LIGHTPACE, No. 2. 

ECONOMICAL CONGRESS 
AMERICAN 



T^yO-LINE MDnON UGHTPACE, No. z. 

STERLING HONESTY 
RARITIES 



TTWO-LUfE BHEVIEH LIGHTEACE, Wo. 2. 



SEAGOING AND MILITARY DILETTANTI 



TWO-LINE BOURGEOIS LIGHTPACE. 



REMINISCENCES OF CORN-HUSKING 



TVyO-LINE LONG PHIMEH LIGHTPACE, No. 2. 



DECLARATION OF BACHELORISM 



TVrO-LINE SMALL PICA LIGHTPACE. 



ANCIENT AND MODERN ROGUERY 



TWO-LINE PICA LIGHTPACE, No. 2. 



CANINE CONVENTION 



TWO-LINE ENGLISH LIGHTPACE. 



MISCHIEF INSTRUCTOR 



MACKELLAE, SMITHS A JOBDAS, 



SANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



TWO-LTXE LETTEE. 



XOXPAREIL HaU-TITLE. 

GOLDEX-STATE CONTISGEXCrES 

CHOPSTICK & SCAXPIOCK, PACIFIC AGITATOBS 

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Two-Line Pearl Half-Title. 

MEDITATIOXS Ol^ HEMP SWITCHES 
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T^vo-LIXK XONPAREii, Hau-Titlk. 

LOXGTOXGITE DEBATER 
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Bhevter Hat-f-Ttti,e. 

EDITOR'S PROOFSHEETS 

TRIPHAM3IER OX FIRST IMPRESSION S 

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SEXATORIAL COMPLIMEXTS 
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TWCVLtXK ]\fTXItiN- HaI.F-T1TT,K. 

COUETED PETTICOATS 
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Two-LrxK Breviek Hat.f-Titi.e, 



ROUND SHOULDERED PU:N^CHERS 

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TWO-LlXE DiAMOXD LiGHTFACE, No. 4. 

SPRIXGTIME FRESHETS 

CHUCKLE & DIMPLE'S BEAUTIFIERS 

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TAVOLXME XON-PAKEIT. LlGHTFAfK. Xo, 4. 

SUNSET COCKSCROWIXG 
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Two-LiXE Brevier Lightface. No. 4. 

HOOSIER divorc es 

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Two-Ltxk Los'« Primer Lightfac e. N^o. 4. 



Two-LiXE Peart. Lightface, Xn. 4. 

AUTL^IXAL STOEMS 

SILEXT MATETMOXTAT. PARTXEES 

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TWO-Id3fE MlXIOX LiGHTFACE, Xo. 4. 

BOLDEYED SPOONIES 

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TWO-LlXE BOl'RGEOIS lilGHTFACE, Xo. 4. 

MAIDEN BLUSHES 

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Two-LrxE SsfAi.L Pica Lightface, Xn. 4. 



HERMAPHEODITE PANTAMORPHIC 

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Two-LrsE Pica Lightface, Xo. 4. 



FREELOVIXG AFFINITIES 

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MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JOHUAX, 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



LiGHTFACE C0^DEX8ED. 



KOSffPABEIL IjIGHTFACE C0XDESSEI>. 

DnONTTIVE BODIES HAVE OFTEN COSTAISED CAPACIOUS SOULS 

SHRIMP & TTJKTLE ALDERMEN MAKERS 

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TWO-IiTNE FEABI. IJGHTFACE OOSJBBIISED, J.'0. 2. 

SIMPLE ELEGANCE BETOKENETH fflGH CULTIVATION- 
COMB & BRUSH. SQUATTER EJECTORS 
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Grkat Pbxm£b Cokdkksed, No. 5. 

XIERO^MIXD OX SELF-CHEATIXG 
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TWO-LIXE DlAMOiTD IiIGHTFACE COXl>EXSKD. 

SUCH EICESSITE COIIPRESSKG EXTREMELY DISTRESSING 
YOTEK & BALLOT, OPFICE SWEEPERS 

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TWO-LtSE XOSPAEEIX C*ONI>EXSEI>, NO. 2. 

sriprrors DisxRiBunox of PRODrcis 

ORCEARDS PiEPLEMSHED 
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F^BAGOK COXDESrSED, TiO. 2. 

ICHTHYOLOGICAL P0LLYW0GIS3IS 
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Two-LrsE BKEvrEB Coxjjexseb, Xo. •: 



Tn'O-LrNE Loxg Pbqceb Coxdexsed, ^o. '2 



ASSIXEGO SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES MYEillDONS OF BACHELORS 
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Two-IjIKE English Condensed, Xo. 2. 



RUMINA^TIA'S REFLECTIONS ON CUD-CHEWING 

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Two-lj>-E Gbkat Peimee Coitdensed, Xo. 2. 



INCOMPRESSIBLE MEGALOSAURIANS 



Two-Line Gbeat Pbiueb Condensed, "So. 



MULTITUDINOUS MONOSYLLABLES 



ForR-LiNE Pica Lightface Condensed, 2io. 4. 



UIBEDIZENED FEMINinTIES 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES 



MACKEJ>I>AB, SMITHS A JORDAN. 



;>ANsOM STREET. PHILADf:r.PPIIA. 



DOUBLE PARAGON LIOHTFACB CONDENSED. 



EXCELLING ADORNMENT 

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CANON LIGHTFACE fONDE:SSED. 



WOMANLY ELEGANCE 

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FOI'R-LrXK PICA I.IGHTFACE COXDESSED, No. 2. 




SIX-LIXE PICA LIGHTFACE CONDENSED, No. 3. 



REriNED MMNEE 

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1(ACKBI.I.AK, .SMITHS i JOBDAN. 16.5 SAITSOM STRBKT, PHrLADELPHrA. 



LiGHTFACE Condensed. 



Two-Line Pearl Lightpace Condensed, 

BEAUTIFUL MAIDEN, FAIRER THAN MORN 

WHIFF & SNIFF, TOBACCONISTS 

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Two-Line Minion Lightface Condensed. 

MATUTINAL MELODIOUS NOTES 
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Two-Line Bourgeois Lightface Condensed. 

PHRENOLOGUS BUMTIBUS 

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Two-Line Nonpaeeil Liohteace Condehsed. 

BENIGNITY AND DIGNITY IN UNITY 

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Two-Line Brevier Lightface Condensed. 

INTELLECTUAL LEANNESS 
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Two-Line Long Primer Lightface Condensed. 

SENSIBLE PLAINNESS 
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Two-Line Pica Lightface Condensed. 



DISTINGUISHED KEYSTONEMEN 

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Two-Line English Lightface Condensed. 



NATURE'S CROCHET GRANARY 

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Two-Line Great Primer Lightface Condensed. 



COURTEOUS GENTLEMEN 

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MACKELLAR, smiths it JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Four-Line Pica Light-Face Conbensed. 



INTERDEPENDENCE 



Five-Line Pica Light-Face Condensed. 



UNPRECEDENTED 



Six-Line Pica Light-Face Condensed. 



PROGRESSED 



Eight-Line Pica Light-Face Condensed. 



OBSERVER 



MACKELLAE, SJflTITS 4 JORDAX, 167 SANSOM STBEET, PHILADKLPHIA. 



Extra (§ondensed. 



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Bbevfer Bxtba CONDEXSEJ), 

Siperieice proies thit the ippreitiee foreshadows the workman, just as surelj as the bead of the 
twig foretells the iocliiatioD of the tree. The opright, obedient, indnstrioDS lad will gradnate a 
steady, skilful, and capable man, as unmistakably as the perrerse, idling, careless boj will ripen 

SOARISC AMBITIOS CllMBUG TO GIDDY BEIGHTS 

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LoxG PRiinsB Extra Condensed. 

Experience proves that the apprentice foreshadows the vorkmao, just as snrely as the 
held of the twig foretells the inclination of the tree. The npright ohedient, indnstrions 
lad will gradnate a stead;, skilfiil, and capable man, as nnmistakabi; as the perrerse, 

TALI PRETENSIONS ¥ITH SMLl DIMENSIONS 

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Pica Extba CoxDKNSEn. 



Experience pves that the apprentice foreshadows the workman, just as surely as the hend of the twig foretells 
the inclination of the tree. The upright, obedient, industrious lad will graduate a steady, skilful, and capable 
man, as unmistakably and certainly as the perverse, idling, areless hoy will ripen into a lazy, dissolute fellow. 

PEBSEVERlNIi INDUSTRY OPEMNG FOPJINES PORTALS 



FouB-LixE Pica Extba Coxdensed, No, 4, 



Two-LiXE Great Pbimer Extra C4^»NDENt<Kr». Xo. 4. 





Sweetness amid Fleekess 




Brevier Extra Coxdessed, Xri. 2. 

lACEB k SHAKE'S IBBESISTIBLE WA18T-C01PEE880E8 
PATENT BODY SCREWS, FOOT CEAMPERS, ASD OTHER SDICIDAI COXVE.MEXCES 



liOXG PBI51EE Extra Condensed. No. 2, 

SIENDEE i lANK'S UNiraBSAL STILT EMPOEM 
TELEGRAPH POLES, HICKOEI STICKS, WHITTLING CHUNKS, AND STILT LEGS 



Pica Extba Conbejtsed, No. 2. 



PlllNe PORTENTOUS PYRAMIDS BY POLLY'S FINGERS FASHIONED 



Two-LixE Brevier Extba Coxdeksed. 

TOWERING HICKORIES HOLDING UP THE HEAVENS 



Great Primeb Coxdexsed, No. 2. 



Two-LiXE Bourgeois Extra Coxdexsed. 



DEMONSTRITION OF COMPRESSIBILITY PERPESDMB ll'HE MimiS PRWIfES 



Two-LixE Pica Extra Coxdexsed. 



Two-LixE Great Primer Extra Coxdexsed. 



EXTREME HiGHT OP AMBITION SUIT OF CHIMBORAZfl 



D0UEI.E Paeagox Extra Coxdexsed. 




ON 




Caxox Extra Coxdexsed. 




FouR-LiXE Pica Extra Cox den 




MACKELI-AB, smiths <& JORDAN, 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQUBES. 
170 



SAXSOM street, PHILADELPHIA, 



Extra Condensed. 



Pica Extra Condexsi:]), No. 6. 



-0)-%;!;-^.®- 



OUTUNES AND SKELETONS OF SOPHOMORE ADDRESSES 

Treating Subjecls of Meager Interesi, Promotive of tlie Sulilime Virtue of Fawning 

Edited and Pulilislied by Longshanks Spindlefellow 

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Warrant and 



Great Primer Extra Condensed, No. 6. 

GOLDPEN GOODCREDIT, CHECK MAKER 

Certificate of Indebtedness of the City of Open 
Summer Excursion of Itinerant Typographers 



Two-Line English Extra Condensed, No, G. 



Flowing Monotonously from Learned Professors 



English Extra Condpotskd, No. 6. 



SOCIETY FOR PROPAGATION OF EXCLDSIYENESS 

Autumnal Reception of the Tnrnupnose Family at Cremedelacreme Mansii 

Rigid Exclusion of Impecnnious Persons 

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Two-Line Smali- Pica Extra Condbnsbd, No. 0. 

REGULAR EVENING MEETINGS 

Association for Encoiirageient of Profanity and Ininiorality 
Minstrel Show and Variety Entertainment 



Double Paragon Extra Condensed, No. 6. 





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Canon Extra Condensed, No. 6. 



EmiiG'S LiliTBESli SHMS 



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Eiercises iii 




or 




dt Inort 





Five-Line Pica Extra Condensed, No. 6. 



MMUS II 




(I tlie 



T\ 





ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS ,t JORDAN, 



8ANSOM STREET, PHILADRT.PHIA. 



LiGHTPACE Condensed. 



LONG PRIMER OONDENSEO. 



MOLIIE BRIDGEf S KITCHEN MEDITATIONS 

Beautifully Rendered in Melodionsly-Enphonic Anglo-Gaelic, and 

Deeply Expressive of the Stomach-Teaming Conceits 

Suggested hy a Roasting Goose 

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ENGLISH CONDENSED. 



SCfflO POMPEY'S SOLILOQUIES 

Caught by a Willing Admirer, the Unconscious 

Congo meanwhile Bridling a Mare 

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QREAT PRIMER CONDENSED, NC. 3. 



REVERIES OF MOONIE CASTLEBUILDER 

Metamorphosed into a right Royal Hero, abiding in a Starry Palace 

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PICA CONDENSED. 



GREAT PRIMER CONDENSED, NO. 4. 



GENTLEMEN'S HEAD FURNISHINGS 

Literatim Pensnip, LL.D. 

Offers Assistance to Gentry with Unfinished Educations 

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POLITICAL CYCLOPEDIA 

Indispensable for all Public Spongers 

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PARAGON CONDENSED. 



NUTRITIOUS ALIMENT FOR NOTIONALS 
Gathered from Macadamized Roads, Philosoph's Prepared Granitic Rreadstuff 

Superior to the Finest Sawdust Flour 
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TWO-LINE ENGLISH CONDENSED. 



LIEMONGER'S LABORATORY 
State Secrets and Cabinet Plans Manufactured to Order 

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TWO-LINE QREAT PRrMER CONDENSED. 



SHORTCOIMONS UNIVERSITY 

Conducted on Approved Grahamitic Principles 

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MACKEI.I,AR, AmTTHR A JORDAN. 



SANSOM STBKICT, PHILADELPHIA. 



FoTJB-IiTBnfi Pica Lightface Condensed, No. 3. 



POPPIED DEAUGIT 
Screaming Babies' Final Quieter 

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FiVE-IiiNE Pica IiIghtx* ace Condensed, No. 2. 



PUBLIC YENDTJE 

Jack Fibalittle, Auctioneer 

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Srx-LiNE Pica Lightface Condensed, No. 2. 

IMPORTANT ! 
Fuglemen, Attention! 

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MACKFXLAR, smiths <b JORDAN, 373 SANSOIT STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



EXTRA COSDENSED, SO. 5. 



NOXPABETL £bCTSA CONDENSED, 'SO. o. 

umtsrm iiqfibies uto the feoblei of socul fashioss 

Lngtk. Brradtli and Depth of Uiot bflneiKe ipon Swietf , Cogtaraiiiatioii of the Old am) lomif 

IncakobHe Expeme aai Cenenl Demoraliration 

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BOI7B6EOIS BXTBA CONDENSED, NO. 5. 

CHEIICAL MALTSIS OF FORBmDES FRUIT 

Horal Tests Applied Lt^lalively to Deteet the Presenee of ffloney Poison 

Tlie Tree is Known by its Mit 

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Pica EIxtba Condensed, Ko. 5. 

MODEM BIHER-SWEET PARADOX 
Plnms, Onrenlio-Stnng, in the Legislative Gardens 
Sweet in Month, Bitter in Stomaeh 

GSEAT FBIMEB £XTBA CONDXa^SED, No. 5. 

KUMMTY'S NATURAL OUTCROPPING 

Wisdom and Gravity Dipping into Frivolity and Fun 

Permissible Absurdity 



iKCHITECTUEil KESIGSS FOB lERUl CISTIES 

ninstrated by Romantic Hotel Artists, Loiterers and Visionary IndiTidnals 

Snre Fonndations alone make Sfmng Habitations 

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LOXG PBIMEB KxTEA C05n>EXSEI}, No. 5. 



HTMM FOOTPRHTS U SfflIM 
Demonstrating the Evolntion Theory beyond the Possibility of Donbt 
Frolieksome Boyhood's Monkey Capers 
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£XGUSH £XTSA COSDESSED, NO. 5. 



MPRESSIVE LESSONS OF ECOJfOMY 

In Empty Larder, Exhausted Perse, no Dernier R«sonrce 

Financial Contraetion 

Two-Line Smaix Pica Extba Conbensed, No. 5. 

HEMTS OF AMBITM 

Desires Enhanced by Increasing Success 

Inuneasnred Acclivities 



Two-Lece English Extba Cokdeksed, No. -5. 



SmCE OF GETTiG AlOIG 
Honest Dealing, Prudent Management, Oonrteons Attention 



DOOBLE PABAGOJff EXTBA CON'I>ENSEI>, 'So. 5. 




«RAPHY OF HOUSEKEEPM 

by Prndence, Econoiy, Taste and 




FouK-LiNE Pica Extba Condexseo, No. 5. 




Dd Wed Capacity, tm Filling and Room for More 



ALL COMPLETE WITH riGURES. 



MACKKLI-AR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STHKF.T, PHILAnELPHIA. 



Condensed Titles. 



Pbabl Coni>. Title, No. 3. 
practical receipt for saeing oleaguocs juluonaires. 

First: Ten Thousand UoUars. Second: A Creek. 
Third: ^Te Uandj-ed Acres of Roekf Gronad. Fonrth: A Show of Oil, Satonil or Artl&eial. 

Fifth : A Company, irlth Keen Bogus, Treasorer. 

SixU : 500,000 Shares at 9S.S0 each, tliree-foiirths sold. Seventh : Dig a Hole and And Dirt. 

Eighth: Retire to tlie GooBt>7 and enjof yonr hard-earned Competence. 

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2fON-PAREii. CoND. Title, So. 3. 

HADEHOISELLE PETITFOOLIE'S PABTE?fU INSTITUTE. 

Desired for Toang Ladies 
Whose Expectations exceed their Manners. Breeding, and Education. 

HoTT to Dress, Hott to Dance, 

How to Flirt, How to Cat Dear Old FamiHar Friends of Small Means. 

Instructions in Lip-Corling and Head-Tossing. 

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Bbeviee Coxd. Title, Xo. 3. 

PEOF. SHODDIE'S GOOD SOCIETY SCHOOL. 

Unsophisticated Cnbs transformed into Models of Gentility 

In Apparel and Swag^r. 

Sehearsals of Slang and Dnbions Witticisms 

TUl Pupils become Adepts. 

Awkward Insolence Replaced by Impudent Assurance. 

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LoxG Pbimer Coxj>. Title, :X<>. ^. 

EttPORTUVT FROM WASHINGTOIN. 

Self-appointed Delegation 

Hasten down to Expostnlate with the President. 

President firm as a Brick. 

Fleas get into the Ears of the Delegates. 

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Pica Coxd. Title, No. 3. 

GOVERNMENT HOSTELRIES. 

The Proprietors of the Splendid Retreats, 

Fort Delaware, 

Fort Lafayette and Fort Warren, 

Decline hereafter to entertain Boarders. 

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ExGi.jsTT Coxn. Title, Xo. 3. 

EVSTRUCTIKG COMMITTEE. 

Keepers of the Executiye Conscience. 

Interlopers, Beware! 

Main Office, Meddlerstown. 

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GBEAT PBraiEB CONDEXSED TiTLE, NO. 3. 



^CREDIBLE l^EWS FROM THE CAPITAL. 

President told Ms Bootblack confidentially that he won't do It. 

Bootblack informed Coachee. 

Somebody's Backbone needs Essential Stiffening. 

Stiffening Committee Appointed. 

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Two-Lixe Small Pica Coxdensed Title, Nij. 3. 



IMPEIVDING HOME TEOUBLES. 

Mrs. Hayeherway's Imperative Insinuations to her Dearest. 

Nehemiah must abandon Tobacco. 
Husband cannot see it and proves RebelUous. 

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UACKELLAB, SMITHS <& JOBDaX, 



SA*IS<JM STBEET. PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-Link Enoush Con-densed Title, No. 3. 



HOUSEHOLD BENEDICTION 

(xrandmother Busy Knitting and Rocking 
Skein-Entangling Kitten 

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Two-LiJTK Great Primkk CnxuKNSKJi Titi.io, No 



PEACEFUL 8TMSET 
Spectacled Grrandfather's Slumbers 

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Canon Condensed Title, No. 3. 



SABJVESS KILLERS 
Childhood's Frolicking Humours 

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FouK-LiNE Pica Condensed Title, No. 3. 



HEART GRIPS 

Maiden's Crentle Manners 

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HACKEI.I.AB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 177 SANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Condensed Titles. 



Nonpareil Cond. Title, No. 4. 

THOUGHTLESSLY MISLAID OR PELONIODSLY ABSTRACTED 

An Original Idea 

Tlie Only Real and Personal Property of the Higbly Unforjnnate Advertiser 

Who Greatly Desires its Ketarn 

Apply to the Editor of the Scissorseni Scrap-Bag 

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LoN« Primer CoifD. Titi^e, No. 4. 

INDICTABLE SOCIAL NUISANCES 

Numbhearted Bachelors, Crnsty-Mouthed Skinflints 

3Iale and Female trabsters 

Punsters, Jokers, Grumblers, Croakers 

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Brevieb Cond. Title, No. 4. 

PLEISTOMAGNETIC PNEUMATOLOGIA 

Slang and Bnnknm Talk 

Highly Charged Epithetical Verbiage for Smart Legislators 

The Devil Take the Country 

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Pica Cond. Title, No. 4. 

non-impeachable immoralities 

Hypocrisy and Deception 
Slippery Stepping-Stones to Unscrupulous Ambition 
Men as Machines, Opinions as Ladders 
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Great Pbimee Conhen^sed Title. No. 4. 



EREMITIC SAFE-DEPOSIT ASSOCIATIONS 

Cherry Hill and Singsing 

Lawfully Established, and Accessible to Gentlemen of Abstracting Propensities 

Office in Conrt of Quarter Sessions 

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Two-Line Small Pica Condensed Title, No. 4. 



UNIVERSAL ENEMY EXTERMINATORS 

Eminently Trustworthy 

Neighbourly Kindness, Good for Evil, Brotherly Affection, TruthMness 

Dose for Politicians, Fifty-fold Quantity 

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Two-Line Enhlish Condensed Title, Nc 4. 



HIGH LIFE BEGGARIES 

Silvern and Golden Wedding Gammonings 
Fashionable Fleecings 

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MACKKLLAB. SMITHS i JORDAN, 



SAN90M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



DOUBLE PARAGON" CONDENSED. 



PEERLESS COMPOUND 

Condensed Quintessence of Impudence 



CANON CONDENSED TITLPJ, No, 2. 



Broomstick's Feminine Defenders 



FrVE-LINE PICA BXTKA CONDENSED. 




Monolithic Monument 



SEVEN-LINE PICA EXTRA CONDENSED. 



iPfiHOiyriw 

Mountain formation 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKSLIiAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 180 8ANS0M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



CONDEBfSED TITLES. 



Nonpareil Condensed Title. 

The Frost In Its beauty lies orer the meadows, like down newly shaken 
ftom Winter's young wing; the Sun Is ascending, and skeleton shadows 
the trees In their nakedness pensively fllne. The morning Is silent, save 
when the brook's flowing awakens a music like silvery bells, or where 
the cock's crowing, or gentle klne's lowing, of home and Us treasures 

TWOSCORE & HAKOTHVHFS, HCHANITT TEACHERS 
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LON& Pbimek Condensed Title, No. 2. 

The Frost in its beauty lies over tlie meadows, 
like do\ni newl^ shaken from Winter's young 
wing; the Sun is ascending, skeleton shadows 

LAGER & PORTER, MUDDLERS 

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Bkevip:k Condensed Title. 



The Frost in its beauty lies over tlie meadows, lilie down 
newly shaken from Winter's yonng wing; the Sun is as- 
cending, and skeleton shadows the trees in their naked- 
ness pensively fling. The morning is silent, save when the 

WHITEIOCK & WBIIfKIE BlOQUBlfT PREACHERS 
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Pica Condensed Title, No. 2. 

The Frost in its beauty lies over the mea- 
dows, like down newly shaken from Win- 
ter's young wing; the Sun is ascending, 

ftUACR & GANDER, PUDDLERS 

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Great Phimer Condensed Title, No. 2. 



MADAME JULIE EUGENIE BODIES 

Abridged Petticoats, Transparent Leggings and Patent Palpitators 

Personal Appearance Beautified 
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Two-LixE Small Pica Conden'sbd Title. 



BIRCIIROD & SWITCHEl S 

Jnyenile Begnlators, Effieaeions when Vigorously Applied 

Warming to Ilndeveloped Humanity 

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Two-Line English Condensed Title. 



CROAKER & RULLEFROGG 

Crystal Water-lVyniphs' IVoetnrnal Serenades 

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Double Paragon Condensed Title. 



BRAZEJI8N0UT 

Mauhatianesie Puffer and Blower 

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MACKKLLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SAN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



CANON CONDENSED TITLE. 



BOBOLIlVKrSI 

Merriest Summer WhMler 

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FOUK-LINE PICA CONDENSED. 



BLFEBUtDS 

Feathery Pioneers 

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SIX-LINE PICA CONDENSED. 



TVRREf 

Watch" Towers 

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MACKKLLAH, SMITHS Ji JORDAN, ISJ SAXSOM; STEEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Title Italic and Title. 



Agate Title Italic, No. 2. 

S1PECTB0SC03PIC MINING COMPANl^ 

Nominal CapittU 

IdQuid JHineroI Meaervtttra in Sol's f}treiimainhient Atmos^HerB 

Ineacpevisive Hevelopntent, InexHausHhle I^emand. 

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Brbvieb Title Italic, No. 2. 

ATOMIC PARTICLE COI^LECTOR 

Universal ShyStveeper 

Cometary IHamond-Dust Caught and Vtilixed 

Nebulous Waifs Entrapped 



Nonpareil Title Italic, No. 2. 

CEJLESTIAl, MAGNETZC XACHZNES 

Very Xnfallible 

Attracts Prectous Metals from the Most Distant Planets 

Vnlimitetl Etherial Reservoirs 



LoNS Pbimeh Title Italic, No. 2. 

CONDENSING APPARATUS 

Patent Pending 

Solidifies Atmospheric Planetary Metals 

No Gold Cornerings 



Pica Title Italic, No. 2. 



MOST WONnERFUL ECONOMY 

Fuel not JVavited 

Comet-Tail Motive Poiver, Steel Rails dratvn from Saturn's JRings 

Shootimg-Meteor Illttmiviation Company 



Agate Title, No. 2. 

rROF. HirarBVO's eihpybeijihatic oisttmestt 

One Dollar Per Pot 

Sure Cure tor Corns, Crabbednesa, Bile, Bad Temper, Stomacb Ache 

And every Distemper of nnbappy Humanity 

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Minion Title, No. 3. 

FASHIOBrABI.E advebtiseheivt 

Wanted by a Young I^ady 

Splendid Mansion and Twenty-iive Thousand a Year 

Witli Oentlenian of Innocent Habitudes 



Long Pkimer Title, No. 2. 

IRR£ISIISTIBl.i: I3rDlJCEME]?rT 

Fortune to Apt liiars 
Splendid Opening for Unscrupulous Persons 



Nonpareil Title, No. 2. 

UTEWI/Y-IJfVEJfTED KUTOWIiEDeE IHTJECTOR 

No Worriment of Brain 

The entire Circle of the Sciences Squirted delightfully into the 

Cerebrum of the unconscious Recipient 

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Brevier Title, No. 2. 

ATTEWTIOBT, MOBTEY I.EIVDERS 

Simpleton Flash 

Will Receive Sealed Proposals for Pocket Money 

Refunded on Decease of the Governor 



Pica Title, No. 2. 

SOCIAI. ECOXOMICIS 

Directions to {Subsist a iiinall Family 
On Ten Tfiousand a Year 



English Title. 



FATPOCKET 03f CO:PlfTRACTI]¥« 

The Modus Operandi of making; a Oood Tiling; out of ll^otliing: 
l^orlong; for UTotliing; and Finding; Yourself 



Great Pbimku Title. 



Toleratoly Oood for Flavouring: i^tupid Ai^iieinblieii 

i^old at every inlander iihop 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MAC'KELLAR, SMTTHS A. JORDAN', 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



T-'EWEmmm, 



Nonpareil Italic Titlk. 

COMJU0T1OJV Ijy THE H£J\-VOOI' ! 

TrtmenAouB CaekUng- at Jtayhreab in the I^arther Corner! 

I'robable JBg-g- ltepoHt»! 

J'ropoHtton to tet the Old Black Hen ! 



MixioK Italic Title. 

IjaPORT^JVT SURMISIJVGS: 

I Puglemann seen whispering knowingly with Widow Seekman ! 
Something sure to follow! 
Suspicious JVeighbours on the Vookout! 



Brevier Italic Title. 

TERRIFIC EXCITEJflEJfT ! 

jfluffgs calleth Jenks a JVatural-born Spooney! 
Jenks Sctentiticaliy Responds ! 



Bourgeois Italic Title. 

DOJtIESTIC REWOEVTIOJV! 

Henpeck appeareth on 'Change without a €>ravat! 
Supposed, Home Trouble I 



Long Primer Italic Title. 

CUJUHBEn REnELiMjIOJV! 

Polly refuses to sweep without Mid, Gloves ! 
Jttistress stern as a Bedpost! 



Pica Italic Title. 



Kidney Beans at a Discount I 
Supers Holding back! 



Pkarl Title. 

The preoent life neeinK full of mysteries: the vul^rar mind, to superstition 
prone, in nutureV worl^ini^ fearful omens sees, and shrinks achast from 
terrors of its own uhsurd Imaieininff, Despotic is tile power of iiEnorance; 
and thousands live In fear and die unnumhered times before the hour 

FEMIMXE OTESBOLD.VESS REPELLETll 

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Agate Title. 

The pi-eseut life seems full of mysteries: the vulvar mind, to 
superstition prone, in nature's ivorkings fearful omens sees, 
and shrinks aghast from terrors of its o^vu absurd iiuaeinine:. 
Despotic is the pon'er of ignorance ; and thousands live in fear 

BOT,n?IBSS AND DISCRETION 

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Nonpareil Title. 

The present life seems full of mysteries! the vulgar 
mind, to superstition prone, in nature's fvorldugs fear- 
ful omens sees, and shrinks aghast from terrors of its 
oivn ahsnrd imagining. Despotic is the power of igno 

DRrLL, & ete:i.e:thoi.x:'S ivESDiiKS 

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Minion Title. 

The present life seems fall of mysteries: the vnlg^ar mliid, 
to superstitioii proiie, lu iiature's workings fearful omens 
sees, aiid shrinks aghast from terrors of its own ahsurd 
Imagining. Despotic is the power of ignorance; and 

BRAWjriEHAND, tEVEHER 

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Minion Title, No. 2. 

The present life seems fnll of mysteries: the vulgar 
mind, to superstition prone, in nature's workings 
fearful omens sees, and shrinks aghast from terrors 
of its own absurd imagining. Despotic is the power 

BOUNDLESS PROSPECT 

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Brevier Title. 

The present life seems full of mysteries : tlie 
vulgar mind, to superstition prone, In na- 
ture's workings fearful omens sees, and 
slirinks agbast from terrors of Its own ab 

BROADLY DISTINCTIVE 

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Bourgeois Title. 

The present life seems full of mysteries: 
tlie vulgar mind to superstition prone. In 

BREADTH OF PURPOSE 

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LoiJG Primer Title. 

The present life seems full of myste- 
ries : the vulvar mind, to superstition 

BOIiD IinPRElSlSIOll^lS 

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Pica Title. 



LEADHEAD & FEATHERHEEL,, TERPSICHOREAI\S 

Hoir noble the man amon^ noble men 
l¥ho fears not to ply a truth-telling pen ! 

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MACKKl.l-AR, .SMITHS * JORDAN. 



SAXSOM .STKKET. PH IT.ADKT.I'HIA. 



(§oldface (§omaa and italic. 



Nonpareil Bolupace Roman. 

NATIONAL ACADEMT OF RAKITLES 

Fossils of Kemote Periods 

Younjf Couples who do not expect to begin where their Parents left ofl 

An Officeholder Contented with his Salary 

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Bb£vi£r Boldface Boman. 

CIVIL SERVICE REPOKM 

The Word of Promise to the Ear hrokeu to the Hope 

Political Tub thrown to the Public Wliale 

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Long Primer Boj.dface Roman. 



PATERNAL, GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION 

Business Men's Arrangements Carefully Watched and Recorded 

Private AflFairs Delicately Inspected 



Pica BoiiiiFACE Roman. 



OCCULT SCIENCE OF OFFICE-HOLDING 

Gold-hun§rry Rogues Working Patriotically for Money Considerations 
Mysterious to the Uninitiated Commonalty 



NoxPAREir, Boldface Italic. 

lyFOltMjLTION i:yTENSJELY DJESIDEltA.TEI) 

Sepfitations gone A.8tray 

An Officeholder's for In corruptness, A Statesman's for Honesty 

An Editor's for Scr^tpiilovs Veracity 

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Brevier Boldface Italic. 



TEETOTIMITE STATESMEN 

Tadpole Weatliet^cock^s 

PHvafe Insti*^uctiotis to Aspirants for Position 

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liONG Primer Boldkack Italic. 



MUMANITT'S GlIDB-BOOK 

Showing the True 
Pathivny to Virtue, Safety, and Hapjriness 



PifA Boldface Itai.ic. 

MODEBX LIBEBALISM 

Beasons Why 

My Opinions should Govern Yours 



Great Primer Boldface Italic. 



LANDGBABBING 

Railways Built without Means 

Nursed hy Congress 



Tw<t-ljiNE Small Pica Boldface Italic. 



MOIETY SOBERS 

Destroying the Ship of State 

Wrecks Ashore 



Two-IjINE English Boldface Italic. 



INSTANT REPEAL 

Demanded by the Potential People! 
Politicians, Beivare! 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES 



mackelt.ak, sahths a jonnAV. 



f*\NKuM street. FITIt^DELPHIA. 



hlk CoiEIfSED. 



NoNPAKEii, Extra Cond. No. 3. 

BSAim'S ROBUST SLIliDJRllESS ENSURES TRCHOVER'S TESMRNESS 

SEVER PROVOKE TBE BimUTlVE FOLK, OR VOB MAV EVOKE WllDPlRE ASD SMOKE DiSTEAD OF A JOKE 

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Pica Extra Cond. No. 3. 

BOARDIM-HODSE TEASOUP DIIDTIOK 
nocuous TO IPOUS COKSmUTIOIS, m GOOD FOR IMAMS 

mmnu 



Two-Line Pica Extra Conb. No. 3. 



Double Parason Bxtra Cond. No. 3. 



Mi 



B' 



■IB m 



uuun 



I 



Brevier Extra Cond. No. 3. 



MEAN SODLS STDCK ON NEEDLE POINTS, POLITICAL CONSCIENCES I 
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Two-Line Long Primer Extra Cond. No. 3. 






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Two-Line Great Primer Extra Cond. No. 3. 

IK-Mil! miMT 




Canon Extra Condensed, No. 3. 




D 



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miinv 



ui 



mi 



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Five-Line Pica Extra Condensed, No. 3. 



n 



Ul 



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IlIBB 




Six-Line Pica Extra Condensed, No. 3. 



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Eight-Line Pica Extra Condensed, No. 3. 




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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



hackexj:.ab, smiths <fi jobdan, 



SAXSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



LiGHTFACE. 



Nonpareil Lightface, No. 5. 

SYSTEMATIC LEGISLATIVE OPERATIONS 

Demagogues Obstructing the Progress of Internal Improvements 

Machine-made Party Politicians 

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liONG Primer Lightface, No. 5. 

BOLD STATESMANSHIP 

Taking Double Pay from Uncle Samuel's Pocket 

Taxing- Ne^vspaper Exclianges 

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Bbevieb Ijightpace, No. 5. 

PATERNAL PRESCRIPTION 

Woodsliecl Exercise for tlie Prevention of Lassitude 

Practical Lessons in Housekeeping 

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Pica Lighteace, No. 5. 

EOTJGH-SHOD RIDEES 

Trampling upon the Eights of Others 

The Strong Against the Weak 

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Great Primer Lights ace, No. 5. 



SWEEPING ASSERTIONS 

The Cleanliest City in all the Civilized World 

Dust for the Public Eyes 



Two-Line Small Pica Liohtface, No. 5. 



splitthsTG the diffeeen^ce 

Levying Half-and-Half on Prodncers and Consumers 

Middlemen's Exchange 



Two-Line English Lightfacb, No. 5. 



BIGGEST BORES ABOUT 
Gimlet-Holes through Cenis and Hoosac 



Two-Line Great, Primer Lightpace, No. 5. 



OBJECTS OF INTEREST 
Moneys on Deposit in Saving Banks 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



UACEBLLAB, SMITHS <& JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



LiGHTFACE Extended. 



Pearl Lightjface Extended. 

"We liave at liozne a little "bal^e. Her eyes 
A.re brigh-t and. beaTitifalj and. flaslx out gleaios 
Of diamond liglit, lilse tliat Tvliicli t>riglitly TDeains 
On stilly sixmnaer niglits from starlit s^ies. 

JjILIFTJTIjV3Sr X>EED OFT "Wi:S-S A. HER-O-MTEED 
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Agate Lightface Extended. 

Tliro-w- -wrid.e ttie sliixtter ! Let me see tlie liglit. 
And, ffeel tlie cooling breeze -upon my face. 
So long liave I been liidden fronx my race, 
S-vp-eet nature's aspect seenaetb. donbly brigbt. 

THE SHADOWS SHORTEN AS NOON ADVANCES 
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Nonpahetl Lightface Extended. 

Tbe -world, aroiaxid. nae growetli gray and. old: 
]Vty friend.s are dj?oppiiig one "by one a^vay; 
Some live in d.istant lan.d.s: some in tlie clay 
Rest qnietly, tlieir mortal moments told. 

thib: sqtj-A.tt^^ ^^i?^r) i3]EjEV^E:Lii.Er) toj^t) 

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Breviee Lightface Extended, 

Give me a house tliat's haniited. 

By Love tlie only sprite: 
I'll dv^^ell in it rnidarLiited, 

Nor fear its latinost spite. 

URSA & MAJOK, BEAR-BAITERS 
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Long Primer Lightface Extended. 



Expansion is Onr Time's ]S/Cad Tendency 

Spreading ^wide at every stride, like the broad advancing tide, 

Beliold tlie tender gender glide. 

CIIlCXJM:FERE]SrOE 648 IISJ^CHES A.T SKIRT 



Pica Lightface Extended. 



Hobes of Honesty for Daily AVear 

^n open guileless eye, a frank ingennons face, 
Sliametli art and stndied grace. 

FREMIUM 1,334,567,890 DOLLARS 



Great Primer Lightface Extended. 



Grov^ernor's Froolaniation 

On all those wicLe extendeci plains 
Shines one eternal day. 

LENGTH 4283 LE^&XJEB 



MACKELIMR, smiths <fi JORDAN. 



SANfiOM RTBEKT, PHILADELPHIA. 



Title DExtetstded. 



AQATU TITI.E EZTENBIiD. 

/ 
IBear tlie l>Tird.eix of tlie present ; 
Ije-t "tlie moriro-w toear its o-wn : 
If tlie momixig; sk^ Ite pleasant, 
"Wlxy til© coming: nlgllt l^emoan ? 

CH:xj:B:BiE:s'r cmciis of :BA.:BiEitEA.ijM: 

X&ettledxmm's ^Essays on Harmony 
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NONPABBIL TITLE EXTENDED, No. 2. 

If tlie darken'd lieavens loTsrer, 
"Wrap tTa.-y cloaJls. ai-OTxnd. tliy form ; 
TliOTigli tlxe tempest rise in po^«^er, 
Grod is mlglitier tlian the storm. 

OBESE I]VHA.BITA-]VT OF DUlMPIEDOIkr 

Gridd-lepan, KLitclieii A.rtist 



BEEVIEB, TITLE EXTENDED. 

TOK-TOISEVILLE A]VI> SIL,OTHBOIiOTJOH EXPRESS 

'MlanM. -wsua.ts tout little here beloTV, 

]Vor -wants that little long' : 
'T-w"as thus the poet long' ago 

Hummed, in didactic song. 

Mirs. TThitelie Eil>it-well, Children's Habit- D^taher, 
]Vo. S16 Eiddlediddle Avenue. 

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LONG PKIMEK TITLE EXTENDED. 

DES^^XJTIE &. BXJGMIXJlVt, IVEP>TXJ]VlJ\.ISr C^^:B.A.LISTS 

But proser asks, -with notes to meet, 

^^nd. no dernier resort, 
"W^lxat man is tliere on iMIarket street 

"Who'd, he a little short*? 

Shnhricls: BoAvlin, Farag-nayan Tig-er-Tamer 



PICA TITLE EXTENDED. 

H.ifle Squatter, Land Surveyor 

Laug-hing- Infancy- toddles, and g-rave Obesity >vaddles, 

and DBaelielor-folk are odd in tlieir n.oddles ; 

Grraoe esclieTvetli. qixeer models. 

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GREAT PKIMER TITLE EXTENDED. 

EIxtensiT^ely Illixstrated 
Superlatively Hyperbolical Higlifalntiness 



aCACKBLliAB, SMITHS & JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STBSBT, FHILADBLFHIA. 



**ia»3ejm^*y:m: ZHi:aK:'3r3E:i«ir3c»n:x>. 



NONPABBIL BOLDFACE EXTENDED. 



LONG PEIMBE BOLDFACE EXTENDED. 



dL s ^ 4z A ^ 



PICA BOLDFACE EXTENDED. 

II!ld[«»d.c^Si't; '.KBs^«»Sft.dL IBB^U^si 
JL S5 S OL S ^ 

GEEAT PEIMEE BOLDFACE EXTENDED. 



TWO-LINE PICA BOLDFACE EXTENDED. 






MACKBLLAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 203 SANSOM STBEKT, PHIIADELPHIA. 



foNDENgED jlJtARENDON. 



LONG PKIMER COND. CLARENDON. l PICA COND. OLAEENBON. 

ADAMANTINE CHEEK HARDENER IMPORTANT FROM SPIRITDOMI 

Invented by Dajidie Beau Streetstrntter, Gentleman at Large Grammatical Institutes wanted in Spirit-Land 

Inconvenient Modesty NuIMed oi-i™^. -tv^j 

StriMng niustrations on FasMonable Promenades ^ ^ Schoolmasters m Demand 

Needless for Hotel Loungers Free Passage for Pedagogical Immigrants 

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ENGLISH CONDENSED CLARENDON. 

BAGATELLE'S AESTHETICS OF FINGERPARING 

Respectfully Dedicated to Elegant Triflers and Daintifiil Donothings 

Indispensable to Modern Exquisitism 

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GREAT PRIMER CONDENSED CLAKENDON. 

CAPITOL CHARACTER WHITEWASH 

Applied by Committees of Investigation with Marvellous Effect 

Scoundrels Metamorphosed Magically 

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TWO-LINE SMALL PICA CONDENSED CLARENDON. 

FUDGEPUDDLE'S PSYCH0L06ISM 
Opaquely Illustrating the Phenomena of Spiritual Fogmatics 

Categorically Enunciated 

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TWO-LINE ENGLISH CONDENSED CLARENDON. 

TRIMMERS' WEATHERCOCKS 
Entirely Infallible Indicators of Political Currents 

Capital for Of&ce-Seekers 

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MACKBLLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 208 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER CONDENSED CLARENDON. 



CANDIDATE'S BITTER-SWEET 

Recuperative Cordial for Baffled Aspirants 

Taken before Bedtime 

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DOUBLE PARAGON CONDENSED CLARENDON. 



COCKTAIL'S TODDY DROPS 
Delicious Electioneering Persuasives 

Freedom of the Ballot 

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FOUR-LINE PICA CONDENSED CLARENDON. 



CALUMNY POWDERS 
Effectual for Destroying Rivals 

Sharp and Caustic 

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>IACKm.I.AB, SMITILS A JORDAN, 209 SAN80M STRSKT, PHXLADIXPHIA . 



Glarendoxs. 



PEARL CLARENDON. 

The times of Seventy-Six and after-yeua, till freedom on our hills sat 
peacefully, were times not often given to earth to see, when men, tri- 
umphing over natural fears, and for the love they bore to liberty, resisted 
to tile death the tyranny of foreign sway. It was not meet that they, the 
hardy tamers of a continent, should give their birthright to their kinsmen 

LEXnrGTON BUITKERHILL SARATOGA 

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BOURQEOIS CLARENDON. 

CAST ALSO ON BKETIER. 

The times of Seventy-Six and after-years, till freedom 
on our lulls sat peacefully, were times not often given 
to earth to see, when men, triumpldng over natural 
fears, and for the love they bore to liberty, resisted 

GERMANTOWN BRAHDYWINE 

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ENOLISH CLARENDON. 
CAST ALSO ON PICA. 

The times of Seventy-Six and 
after-years, till freedom on our 
hills sat peacefully, were times 
not often given to earth to see 

BATTLE OF THE KEGS 
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MINION CLARENDON. 

CAST ALSO ON NONPAREIL. 

The timea of Seventy-Six and after-yeais, till freedom on our 
hills sat peacefully, were times not often given to earth to see, 
when men, triumphing over natural fears, and for the love they 
bore to liberty, resisted to the death the tyranny of foreign 

YOEKTOWN MONMOUTH TBENTON 

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SMALL PICA CLARENDON. 

CAST ALSO ON LONG PRIMEB. 

The times of Seventy -Six and after-years, 
till freedom on our hills sat peacefully, were 
times not often given to earth to see, when 
men, triumphing over natural fears, and for 

TICONDEROGA PRINCETON 

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PARAaON CLARENDON. 

The times of Seventy-Six and 
after-years, till freedom on our 
hills sat peacefully, were days 

KING'S MOUNTAIN 
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TWO-LINE SMALL PICA CLARENDON. 



The times of Seventy-Six and after-years, till freedom on 
our Mils sat peacefully, were times not often given to earth 
to see, when men, triumphing over natural fears, and for 

GUILDFORD COURTHOUSE 
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TWO-LINE ENGLISH CLARENDON. 

The times of Seventy-Six and after-years, till 
freedom on our hills sat peacefully, were times 
not often g^iven to earth to see, when heroes 

CHARLESTON HARBOUR 
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AEACKULIiAR. SMITHS <t JOBDAX. 



SANSOM KTBICKT. PHIJiADKLPHIA . 



DOUBLE PARAGON CLARENDON. 



COSMOGRAPHIC 

Overwhelming Demonstrations 



FIVE-LINE PICA CLARENDON. 



CURMUDGEON 

National Convention 



SIX-LINE PICA CLARENDON. 



DOUGH Bread 



TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER ANTIQUE. 




Shadoiving IIIounta.in 



CANON ANTIQUE. 




Black Inkmaker 



FrVE-LINE PICA ANTIQUE, No. 3. 



nioon Cloud 

ALL COMPLETC WITH FIGURES. 
HACKKIXAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 212 SANSON RTBEKT, PHILADELPHIA. 



Dorics. 



Nonpareil Doric. 

TJNSUSPICIOUSNESS 

Gronler & Pnssiekat, Sausage-Makers 

Superior Jersey Liink and lansoioas Ldmbarger Bologna 

Enforcement of Dog Iia-ws 

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TW»-LlNE NONPAKKII. DOEIC. 

VERISIMILITUDE 

Frostie Wyude, Cheek Painter 

Red Nose, Numb Toes 

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Breviee. Doric. 



GULLIBLEXESS 

FloTiriug WeUs Guaranteed to Verdants 

Burr & Brier, Skin-Borers 

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Two-Line Brevier Doric. 

HABITATION 

Building Associations 

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Two-Line Long Primer Doric, 



SPOUTS, PLUMBER 

Eaves -Dropping and Pocket Leaks Stopped 

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Two-Line Great Primer Doric. 



EOLIAN SOUNDS 

Mosquito's Baritone Minstrelsy 



DoiTBLE Paragon Doric. 



NIGHT VOICES 
Screecho\irl and Nig'htha^irk 



FouR-LiN'E Pica Doric. 



PROMPTNESS 
Dunner and Bummer 



COMPLETE WfTH FIOURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN. 



RANSOM STREET, PTTIXiATIETjPRIA. 



Antique Ehra Condensed, &c. 



Nonpareil Cond. Clarendon, No. 2. 

PROSTRim PHUTSNT BBM0iNIN6 SPRISGnME'S WiSTKD OCCASIONS 

Very Siok Young Han 

Frohse in Promises oF an Indnstrions and Dpriglit life if only Restored to Eealtli and Tigonr 

The Last Crop of "Wild Oats notwithstanding Contagious Spring FoTers 

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Long Primer Oond. Clarendon, No, 2. 

BOUNTIFUL ADTUM'S FRTnTFUL GATHERINGS 

Getting Better Rapidly 

Doubtful as to Sudden Changes at this Season of the 

Concludes t» Wait a Little Longer 

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Bbkvieb Antique Extra Condensed. 

HOVAEDISM MODERIZED AD PRACTICALLY ELUCIDATED 

Clarity, a Hon-AlTertislng Medlim 

SllTer-Voiced Benevolence Molesny WalHig among Eartli's SonowM laMtations 

Secret ¥eIHomg a Beltting Insfltntion 

Prolesslon ol Faitl lor Personal Advantage DetestaMe 

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Pica Antique Extra Coxdensed. 

SATISFACTORY RECOMPENSE FOR INFORMATION 

Offered liy LocMieart Bachelor, Esq. 

Regarfling a Maiden who never mentions New Dresses or Spring Bonnets 

And alors RomanticalTonng Gentleien 

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Brevier Cond. Clarendon, No. 2. 

HAHTESTINQ AND GARNERING SUMMER'S RIPENINGS 

Becoming Convalescent 

Reformation a Prospective Fact just as soon as Renewed Strength will Permit 

Sweltering Weather Unpropitious However 

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Pica Cond, CiARKNCON, No. 2. 

BASKING IN WINTER'S GENIAL COMFORTS 

Fully Restored to Vigour 

Relapse would surely have followed had the change been made 

Happy Convenient Postponement 

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Small Pica Antique Extra Condensed. 

IDDAS DE CEPTION'S SELF-ADJUSTfflfi MORAL HABITS 

DoM or Donned at easy Convenience 

Undistnrlieil ly Conscientions Qnalis, and Pleasant and ProMe of Practice 

Clad in tlie Livery of Heaven to Serve tie Devil 

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Great Primer Antique Extra CJondensed. 

MA&IC-&LASS ADUMBMTMS 

Professor Ass Troloiist 
Secrets EiMMtetli Sweetliearts, Siowetli up 
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Two-Line Small Pica Antique Extra Condensed. 



CONOTION FOR AllfflU THE HUMAN CONSTITUTION 

Hell 01 ttG Gnlaivii tti 
I IG AMaiGS or M GonMoiis over poieions 

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Altaic Rotiies 



Two-Line English Antique Extra Condensed, No. 2. 

GONTEMES FOR BUSHELING LMT 



Bisclosing Astomilii 



MES FOR BUSHELI 

InTfisligatii Cofflmittees 
il Rascalities, witli 




y 




ALU COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOH STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Antique Condensed. 



Nonpareil Antique Cond. 

BAEENEOK & MKEDLEO'S FASHIONABLE INPAITTICrDE, 

With OompiehensiTe Directions for tlie Destiuction of Infajitile GonstitationB i 

Together with Beoipes foi Ooidials and Soothing SyrnpSi 

To tiansmnte Babies into Angelsi 

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Long Primer Antique Cond. No. 2. 

DOMESTICATED FLAGELLATOR 

Mrs. Silverfork on Dinaer-Table Manipulation 

Important to Anxious Aunties! 

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Great Primer Antique Cond. No. 2. 

PATRIOTIC ORDERS 

Petticoats and Poodles Contraband 

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Brevier Antique Cond. 



SPOUTEE'S GENEEAL HANDBOOK 

For Political Aspiremts, Slangwhang Lecturers, and Stumpers, 

Constructed on approved Oongressional Models. 

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Pica Antique Cond. No. 2, 



SLEEKSTOMAOH'S COOZERY 

Hashemnice's Achievement in Oulinastics 

Interesting to Gourmands ! 

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Two-Line Small Pica Antique Cond. No. 2, 

BLISTER UNGUENT 

Mrs. Needletongue's Patent 

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Two-Line English Antique Condensed, No. 3. 



ESSENCE OF SLUMBER 
Morpheonsly Assuasive and Generally EflBcacious 

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Two-Line Great Primer Antique Condensed, No. 3. 



ROBIN REDBREAST, 
Natural Professor of Melodious Phonics 

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• Canon Antique Condensed. 



STILTED IMAGINATION 
Tower & Minaret, Steeple Builders 

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UACKELLAR, SMITHS ct JORDAN, 



BAN80M STBEICT, PHILADELPHIA. 



FOUR-LINE PICA SKELETON ANTIQUE. 



BATMOUSEM'S ANTIQUITIES 

Owlet's Review 



FIVE-LINE PICA SKELETON ANTIQUE. 



HONOURED MEMORIALS 
Scissors Chronicle 



FIVE-LINE PICA ANTIQUE CONDENSED, No. 4. 



QuiUpen's OPINION Platform 



SEVEN-LINE PICA ANTIQUE CONDENSED, No. 4. 



HIWE Prairie BISON 



SIX-LINE PICA ANTIQUE CONDENSED. 



CmtUHAHBULATION 



EIGHT-LINE PICA ANTIQUE CONDENSED. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FtGUR 



MACKBXUIB, SMITHS A JORDAN, »1» 8ANSOM STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



Antiques Condensed. 



LONG PSIMER ANTIQTIE CONDENSED. , PICA ANTIQUE CONDENSED. 

TILL-PORBIDDEW ADVERTISEMEKT j CONSCIENTIOUS AMUSEMENTS 

Meerschaum smokepipe Aerial Navigation Company * Thimblerig & Littlejoker's Moral Recreations 

Airship Fuffoloud, for Ceiling Realm it a da /l p t 

After Breakfast, Dinner, and Tea, and Atweentimes URQer Kennett I'atronage 

As well as Occasionally Free Admission for Rich Minors 

Passengers provided with Pipes ioo>icci7onn 

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GREAT PBIMEB ANTIQUE CONDENSED. 

TENEMENT-HOUSE SUTTEE DIVERSIONS 

Caravanserais suitable for Fifty Families in Reduced Circumstances 

Burning, Roasting, or Maiming for Life, Gratis 

Forty Per Cent, covers Crime 

For Terms and Conditions, apply to Mancurse Gfrindsoul, Esq, 

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TWO-LINE ENGLISH ANTIQUE EXTRA CONDENSED. 

ARISTOCRATIC GENEALOGIC HANDBOOK 

Solely for Exclusives whose Great-Grandpas were Cobblers 

Redemptioners, or Lackeys 
Modern Pretenders effectually Tabooed 

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TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMBB ANTIQUE EXTRA CONDENSED. 



FASHIONABLE EVENING PASTMS 
Lambskin & Wolfsnap's Social Hypocritical Delineations 

Admission Restricted 
Character Systematically Dissected 

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MACKELLAR, SMITHS <ft JOBDAN, 220 SaKSOM STBSBT, PHILADKLPHIA. 



OANON ANTIQUE EXTRA CONDENSED. 



ENTERTAINMENTS 
Patience Handle. Children's Seamstress 

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FOUR-LINE PICA ANTIQUE EXTRA CONDENSED. 



FERPENDICnLARITY 

Prof Petroleum's PyrotecMcs 

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FIVE-LINE PICA ANTIQUE EXTRA CONDENSED. 



ETHIOPIAN Darkness 

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EIGHT-LINE PICA AKTIQtJB EXTRA CONDENSED. 

WITH FlQURES. 



INDIAN Mounds 



MACKIUXAB, SMITHS dlJORDAN, —I SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Antique Condensed. 



Brevier Antique Conpensed, No. 4. 

CENTENMAL EXCURSIONIST'S ADVENTURES 

Borrows an Umbrella 

Carpet-Bag stowed with Luncheon, Collars, Shirts, Cigars and Tobacco 

Indispensable Travelling Lnxnries 

Says 6ood-by, Kisses his Sweetheart and Forgets his Key 

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Pica Antique Condensed, No. 4. 

GENERAL LAUGHING-STOCK 

Profane Langnage 

Passenger Conclndes he had Better Lie Over Quickly 

Tumbles ofi the Platform 

Insensible Lying-Over on Roadside 

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Long Primer Antique Condensed, No. 4. 

PASSENGER'S TRIBULATIONS 

Tunnel Entrance 

Passenger Sapposes there is Plenty of Time to Change his Shirt 

Hair Caught in Button 

Train Emerges with Shirt Over bis Head 

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English Antique Condensed, No. 4. 

HOSPITAL MEDITATIONS 

Sharp Practice 

Head Shaved, Legs Bandaged, Nose Straightened 

Gruel and Beef Tea 

Emerges Thin and Shaky into the World 

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Gbeat Primer Antique Condensed, No. 4. 



CONVALESCENT RESUMPTION OF TRAVEL 

Society Studiously Abjured 

Takes a Seat on Locomotive's Cow-Catcher with Fire in the Rear 

Rushes along as if Mortar-Driven 



Two-Line Small Pica Antique Condensed, No, 4. 



RAILROAD BRIDGE UNDERMINED 

Locomotive and Traveller Shoot Downward into the River 

Carpet-Bag and Umbrella bear him Company 



Two-Line English Antique CJondensed, No. 4. 



WONDERFUL SOMERSAULT 

Traveller Waits for Succour on top of the Smoke-Pipe 

Rescues his Carpet-Bag and Umbrella 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



»ack£:llar, smiths a Jordan, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 





Antique Condensed. 

TWO-LUfE NONPABEIL ANTIQUE OONDEXSED. TWO-LiKE MUTION ANTIQUE CONDENSED. 

WHIPSTllABnB'S MAfifflFICENT lECTDRES 1 BAGATEllE'S SUPERB EXHIBITION 
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Two-Ltnie Long Fbxusb Antique Condensed. 

CONVERSATION EZPEBIMENTS 
BUBBLE SOIREE 



Two-Line Small Pica Antique Condensed. 

ADMIRABLE ACQUISITIONS 
MERCHANDISE 



Two-Line English Antique Condensed, No. 2. 
Two-Line Pica Antique Condensed. 

UNEXCEPTIONABLENESS DENATIONALIZATION 
MISCELLANEOUS HARMONIOUS 



Two-Line Gbeat Peimeb Antique Condensed, No. 2. 



Double Pabagon Antique Condensed. 



COHFRESSIBLEra i MANIFESTATION 



PouK-LiNE Small Pica Antique Condensed. 



fflTEHESTINfi ANNOUNCEMENT 



Four-Line Pica Antique Condensed. 



IMPERIOUS PROCLAMATION 



Five-Line Pica Antique Condensed. 



comssioii Bioras 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



HACKKTXAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 2i:6 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




Modern Antiques. 



AOATK Antique, No. 5. 

COMMEMORATION OF AN AUSPICIOUS OCCASION 

The BiB-Swiiidle Hotel 
Has the Gratiiylzisr Felicily of Presentiiig to the Consideration of its Numerous Guests, as a feature of the 

The follo-wing Bare and Unexcelled 

WTT.T. OP FARE. 

The Proprietor "would here remarlE that this is not an exceptional provision, as he designs making 

The Entire Season a Continuous Bound of Sumptuous Feasting 

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MiNioK Antique, No. 5. 

IMBIBITOBT AND PISCIVOBIAN PEOVOOATIVBS 

Mussel Soup, Seavreed Soup 

nndetonating and Non-ezplosive Bean Porridg'e with Lemon 

Snail Soup, Coney Island Gutta-Percha Clams 

Minnows stuffed with Bed Onions, Mackeral broiled with Beans 

Eel Tongrue, Herring Tails Smothered in Fusil OU 

Bigr Pish, Middling Pish, Small Fish 

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BBEVTEB Ai^TIQUE, No. 5. 

PRINCIPAL VBG-ETABLE OOUESE 

Bean Clio'w-Oho'w 

Butter Beans, Bottled Beans, Pickled Beans, BeaniceUi 

Bean Potpie, VaniUa Beans stewed in Milk 

Peppered Pole Beans, Castor OU Beans -with Sugar 

G-reen Beans ■with Burdock Leaves 

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BouBGEOis Antique, No. 5. 

CHOICE GAME AND TIDBITS 

Turkey Buzzards 

Crow "Wings, Boned Fleas, Gnats Raw, Mosquito Stew 

Humming Birds stuffed with Grasshoppers 

Vulture Griblets, Cocks' Combs with Plea Sauce 

Chicken Hawks, Old Ganders 

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IjOng Primer Ajjtiqtje, No. 5. 

SUBSTANTIAL DELICACIES 

Tree Toads Roasted 

Fricasseed Frog's Flips, Graw's Feet with Corns 

Shavings fried ta Tar, Horsehoof Gumdrops 

Roast Kidneys Rolled in Savrdust 

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Pica Antique, No. 5. 



LUXURIOUS RELISHES, APICIAN DAINTIES 

Osage Oranges, Boiled Acorns 

Horse Chestnuts, Beechnuts, Toadstools, Eggs Addled, Sponge JeUy, Door Jam 

Pigeon Toes Smothered in Turnip Sauce 

Shrimp Caramels, Oatmeal Custard, Sewerlake Ice Cream 

Boiled Flaxseed Dressing 

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Great Primer Antkioe, No, 5. 



RICH AND TOOTHSOME DESSERT 

Sawdust Pudding 

Sorosis Sweetcakes, Grumsole Omelets with Neatsfoot Sauce 

Restaurant Pies G-arnished with Cockroaches 

Limburger Cheese-Cakes 

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MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



TWOLDTE PICA ANTIQUE, No. 5. 



DINNERLESS CIRCUMSTANCES 

Craving- Appetite 

Mournful Reflection and Stomach Dejection 
Empty Purse and Empty Larder 

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TWO-LINB ENGLISH ANTIQinB, No. 5. 



NATIONAL BANQUET 

Spread-Eagleism 

Afber-Dtnner Patriotic Platitudes 

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TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMEK ANTIQUE, No. 5. 



FRUQAL REPAST 
Orunching" Dry Luncheon 

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CANON ANTIQUE, No. 5. 



QUTET MEAL 

"Wash i n gr-Day Dinner 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 233 SAKSOM STEEKT, PHILADELPHIA. 



AI^TIQUES. 



Agate Antiqub, No, 6. 

AMERICA'S MAGNIFICENT TTNFEOFLED DOMAINS 

National Gift Enterprise 

Mountains and Valleys and Hummocks and Marshes and Forests and Plains 

Fitched Into the Fockets of Railway Companies 

Empires Toted away at a Breath 

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Brevier Antique, No. 6. 

POLITICAL CONSISTENCY JEWELS 

Every Thing to Every Man 

Ballot Repeaters True to Time, Legislators' Steal-Set Rings 

Silver Lining to Honourable Fockets 

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Pica Antique, No. 6. 

COLD SNAPS ON SHORT NOTICE 

Crystal Water-Ices 

Furnished Gratis by the Clerk of the Weather 

Without Regard to Season 

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Nonpareil Antique, No. 6. 

CORPORATION STREET- SWEEPING MACHINES 

InvisiWy Operative 

The Treasury Swept Clean of the Filthy Lucre of Taxpaying People 

Bogus Proposals and Straw Bondsmen 

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Long Primer Antique, No. 6. 

EVERYBODY HIS OWN LAWYER 

Easy Jurisprudence 

Onesided Decisions and Moneyworth Verdicts 

Always Ready to Order 

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Great Primer Antique, No. 6. 

MODERN AGRARIANS 

Income Taxation 

Fleece the Workers for Spongers 

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Two-Line Pica Antique, No. 6. 



SUBSTANTIAL COMFORTERS 

Forever Reliable 
Gentle Mother, Affectionate Wife, Loving Children 

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Two-Line Great Primer antique, No. 6. 



UNGHARITABLENESS 

Scolding Helpmeet 
Choleric Breakfast, Petulant Supper 

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MACKELLAR, smiths <ft JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




A M T I Q U E S. 



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PBABL ANTIQUE. 

Freedom is but a little child of days, and yet a child immortal as 
the truth: when tyranny shall totter in its ways, that child shall 
show the lusty stren^h of youth; the rusty shackles from its limbs 
shall fall, and down to ocean's deepest depths shall go; the op- 
pressed in all the earth shall heed the call, and join the strife against 
the common foe. O day of glory and of triumph too! O wretched 
foes, accursed of God and man! "Where will ye hide when Heaven 
and earth pursue, and Truth and Freedom lead the battle's vanP 

MIND NOT PKEDICABLE FKOBt CORPOKEAl DrMENSIONS 

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NONPAKBIL ANTIQtTE, No. 4. 

Freedom is but a little child of days, and yet a child 
immortal as the truth; when tyranny shall totter in 
its ways, that child shall show the lusty strength of 
youth ; the rusty shackles from its limbs shall fall, and 
down to ocean's deepest depths shall go ; the oppressed 
in all the earth shall heed the call, and join the strife 
against the common foe. O day of glory and of triumph 

MEEKUBSS MAKES IMMORTAL MAHK 
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BREVIER ANTIQUE, No. 3. 

Freedom is taut a little child of days, and yet a child immortal as the truth ; when tyranny shall totter 
in its ways, that child shaU show the lusty strength of youth; the rusty shackles from its limtas shall 
fall, and down to ocean's deepest depths shall go ; the oppressed in all the earth shall heed the call, and 
join the strife against the common foe. O day of glory and of triumph too! O wretched foes, accursed 
of God and man? Where will ye hide when Heaven and earth pursue, and Truth and Freedom lead the 

MEMORIALS GRAVEN UPON EVERLASTING ROCKS 

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LONG PRIMER ANTIQUE, No. 3. 

Freedom is but a little child of days, and yet a child iramortal as the truth; when 
tyranny shall totter in its ways, that child shall show the lusty strength of youth; the 
rusty shackles from its limbs shall fall, and down to ocean's deepest depths shall go; 
the oppressed in all the earth shall heed the call, and join the strife against the com- 
mon foe. O day of glory and of triumph too! O wretched foes, accursed of God and 

CIMMERIAN DARKNESS OVERSPREADING OCEAN 

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PICA ANTIQUE, No. 3. 

Freedom is but a little child of days, and yet a child immortal as the 
truth; when tyranny shall totter in its ways, that child shall show the 
lusty strength of youth; the rusty shackles from its limbs shall fall, and 
down to ocean's deepest depths shall go; the oppressed in all the earth 
shall heed the call, and join the strife against the common foe. O day 

BLACK APPAREL EXTREMELY GENTEEL 
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MACKELLAR, SMITHS <t JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 





OREAT PRIMER ANTIQUE, No. 



Freedom is but a little child of days, and yet a child 
immortal as the truth; when tyranny shall totter in 
its ways, that child shall show the lusty strength of 

PHILADELPHIA LANCASTEE 
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TWO-LINE SMALL PICA ANTIQUE, No. 2. 



Freedom is but a little child of days, and yet 
a child immortal as the truth; when tyranny 
shall totter in its ways, that child shall show 

BALTIMORE RICHMOND 
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TWO-LINE ENGLISH ANTIQUE. 



Freedom is but a little child of days, 
and yet a child immortal as the truth; 
when tyranny shall totter in its ways, 

MOHEGAN KENNEBUNK 
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TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER ANTIQUE, No. 2. 



Freedom is but a little child 
of days, and yet a child of an 

OGDENSBURGH 

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HACEEIXAB, SMITHS <& JORDAN, 238 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



FOUR-LINE SMALL PICA ANTIQUE. 



MODERNIZED 
Couuuonwealtli Insurance 

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FOUR- LINE PICA ANTIQUE. 



UNSELFISH 
American Statesmen 

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FIVE-LINE PICA ANTIQUE, No. 2. 



MORTGAGE 
Foreclosure Notice 

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FIVE-LINE PICA ANTIQUE. 



BUNCOMB 
State 23 House 

MACKSI.X.AB, SMITHS <ft JORDAN, 239 SAN80U STBBET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Antiques. 



NONPAREIL ANTIGJUE, No. 2. 



Have pity on the poor, good gentlefolks, for they are cold and hun- 
gry. Starving pain is hard to bear, and oftentimes provokes the 
deed of infomy and crime to obtain the bread that honest labour 



fails to earn. Have pity on the poor; nor coldly turn the ear away 
from their distressfial sighs. Spurn not too rudely even the beggar. 

DIAMOND & PEABL, MICSOSCOPISTS 
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LONG PRIMER ANTISJUE, No. 2. _ 

Have pity on the poor, good gentlefolks, for 
they are oold and hungry. Starving pain 
is hard to bear, and oftentimes provokes 
the deed of infamy and crime to obtain the 

MINION & BREVIER, NOTARIES 
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BREVIER ANTIGJUE, No. 2. , 

Have pity on the poor, good gentlefolks, for they are 
cold and hungry. Starving pain is hard to bear, and 
oftentimes provokes the deed of infamy and crime to 
obtain the bread that honest labour fails to earn. 

AGATE & NONPAREIL, ADVERTISERS 
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PICA ANTIGJUE, No. 2. 

Have pity on the .poor, good gentle- 
folks, for they are cold and hungry. 
Starving pain is hard to bear, and 

BOURGEOIS, EDITOR 

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GREAT PRIMER ANTISJUE, No. 2. 



Have pity on the poor, good gentlefolks, for they are 
cold and hungry. Starving pain is hard to bear, and 
oftentimes provokes the deed of infamy and crime 

LONGPHIMER, BOOTMAKER 

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PARAGON ANTIQUE. 

Have pity on the poor, good gentlefolks, for 
they are cold and hungry. Starving pain is 
hard to bear, and oftentimes provokes a deed 

SMALLFICA, LAW REPORTER 
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DOUBLE PICA ANTIQUE, No. S. 



Have pity on the poor, good gentle- 
folkSy for they are oold and hungry. 
Starving pains are hard to bear, and 

PICA & ENGLISH, JOBBERS 

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MACKGXiLAK, SMITHS & JORDAX, 



SANSOM STREKT, PHTLADELPHIA. 



Antiques. 



NONPAREIL. ANTIQUE, No. 3. 

The slanderer Is more cruel than the snake : he spits his 
venom on a man's good name, until the guiltless bovrs his 
head in shame, and the fine fibres of his spirit break. The 
ivorld avers, because his countenance changes -when some 

SOQMATIC CATEGORIC ECSTATIC 

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MINION ANTISJUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel than the snake: he spits his 
venom on a man's g-ood name, until the guiltless bonrs 
his head in shame, and the fine fibres of his spirit break. 

niATHEMATIC ENIGMATIC 

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BOURGEOIS ANTICJUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel than the snake : he 
spits his venom on a man's good name, until the 
guiltless bows his head in shame and the fine 

niETAFHORIC FRAaiVEATIC 

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SMALL PICA ANTIQUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel 
than the snake: he spits his 
venom on a man's fair fame 

EMFIRIC SATIRIC 

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NONPAREIL ANTIQUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel than the snake: he spits his 
venom on a man's g-ood name, until the guiltless bovrs 
his head in shame, and the fine fibres of his spirit break. 
The world avers, because his countenance chang-es when 

GASTRONOMIC PROBLEMATIC 

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BREVIER ANTIQUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel than the snake : he 
spits his venom on a man's good name, until the 
guiltless bows his head in shame, and the fine 

AKGEBRAZC ASTRONOMIC 
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LONG PRIMER ANTIQUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel 
than the snake: he spits his 
venom on a man's fair fame 

OPERATIC DRAMATIC 

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PICA ANTIQUE. 

The slanderer is more cruel 
than the snake : he spits his 
venom on a man's fair fame 

MAGIC TRAGIC 

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GREAT PRIMER ANTIQUE. 



The slanderer is more cruel than the 
snake: he spits his venom on a man's 
good name, until the guiltless boivs his 

PUTTIE & CRYSTAL, GLAZIERS 

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TWO-LINE SMALL PICA ANTIQUE. 

The slanderer is more spiteful 
than the snake: his venom spits 
he on a man's good name, until 

CARBON, CHANDIiER 
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HACKXILLAK, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILA DELPHI A. 




E22:T:K13SriDEID. 




Pkatil GOTtnc Extbndkd, No. 3. 

ESSENTIAL IN DISCREETUY REGULATEO FAMILIES 

TEARDROP (fc TENDERVOICE'S MEDICAMENTUM FOR OBSTREPEROUS URCHINS 

SUPPLEMENTAL TO BIRCH-STROKES 

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Peabl Gothic Extended. 

MAGNANIMOUS SLENDERSH ANK 

COMPOUND ESSENCE OF SILKEN EXQUISITENESS 

SYBARITE'S MANSION 

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Peari, Gothic Extended, No. 2. 

MRS. TRAIN, STREET-SWEEPER 

MODERN WOMANISH BREADTHINESS 

OVERSPREADING 

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Nonpareil Gothic Extended. 

BROADSWORD PRACTISINOS 
HE WHO TAKES AND NEVER QIVES IS THE MEANEST DOQ THAT LIVE 
MEASUREHEAP &. OOODVVEiaHT, QROCERS 

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Brevier Gothic Extended. 

ENORMOUS STRETCHES 

PORTLIE PUFF, PORK MERCHANT, SWINOPOLIS 

OMNIBUS CONSCIENCES 

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Peabi, Antique Extended, No. 3. 
msTEj 3F.A.jsia:ioisr :b:eit3:b:ds XT3srao3s<EE3ijiE:sT iz>e:eixds 

El XX IB IDE: c H e: s s e: 3Sr TJ T T E] 

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NoNPABEii, Antique Extended, No. 3. 

SICIIsr & C3-Op"C3-E3VC, SiaOICIEieS 

C EC JL la I T "X" XjJLIsTE 

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Pearl Antique Extended, No. ^. 
ip-A-IjXiIX) .A.S IDE-A-Tia: ijsr iia:iDiq-ooisr Xiia-HT 

"W" I a- a- 1, :E, I^EK-IlTTt^TriEiEJ, 
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Brevier Antique Extended, No. 3. 

XjOOICTJI^ & HIOXjIDIF'.iV^ST 

B jk. 3^ k: E I?. S 

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Long Primer Antique Extended, No. 3. 

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Pica Antique Extended, No. 2.' 



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MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANflOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




Antique Extkktdex). 



Pkabi, Antique Extended, No. 2. 

BROA.rj-Bi?,ii»ii«a:BiD A.3srrj s"cjk.b-botto:ivi:ed 
LEnsroTHBisrinsrca- sha-do^wts 

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Bkkvieb Antique Extended, No. 2. 

sttfei^fijXTOtjs .A.r>omsri«/iEisrTS 
i3sr2>TOCEisrT FXjinTinsro- 



NoNi'ABEiii Antique Extended, No. '1. 

3Sa:EEK;isrESS of SELF-K;3SrO-W"LEI3C3-E 

IvIOI3ESTLTr BE.A.TJTIFTJL 

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Long Pbimbr Antique Extended, No. 2. 

oxjTSTi^ETGmiisra- 

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Pica Antiqujs Extisnuku, No. 3. 



iDi^:piiA.:isroTJS o-i^EEisrHiOKyisr 
ZDOOTOK. sxji:^d:j"0"vv"Xj, :Fi3:'Z"sioa-:N"o:Kd:isTS 

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Two-Line Brp:vier Antiuuk ExTicNJ^KiJ. 



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Two-LiNM Long Pkimeb Antique Extended. 



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Two-Line Pica Antique Extended. 



iPTJiSHiiisrca- oisr^W-A^i^iD 



Two-Line English Antique Extended, No. 2. 






MACKEULAK, SMITHS & JOItDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Broadgauge and Antique Extended, 



NONPARKITj Beoadgaugk. _— -^-"5tbt) 

NZCS-HTI.ONCr FROI^ICS 

I.IVIMC3' XUCS-H A.N'XI ROOSTXISrCS' I.O'W 

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Long Primkr BROAU(iAiTGK. 

doxtble: bre:/%.ste:d 

Gbeat Primer Broaugauge. 




Brevier BBOAjjUAuaK 



Two-IiiNE English Broadgauge. 



DscdPXivE: a.t>t>ie:a.k.a.nc^:s 

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Pica Broadgauge. 



Two-IiiNE Small Pica Broadgauge. 



Two-IiiNE Great Primer Broadgauge. 




Double Paragon Broadgauge, 




Pearl Antique Extended. 
'Z'lixucxa.'bsoare'w- cfe S'tcsobLy C^oxxsioienoe C3rx7±xi.clex*s 

Brevier Antique Extended. 
Pica ANTiauE Extended. 



Two-IiiNE English Antique Extended. 



Nonpareil Antique Extended. 

SZZOX1.1' 003VC]VCOI(riS 

Xlex3'udla.tlo33. of C;oxi.c3.exiS£i<tloxx 
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Long Primer Antique Extended. 



'^jrc^SL<3L DF^oiJLXxd^tlc^n. 



Paragon Antique Extended. 



Three-IjINe Small Pica Antique Extended. 




Canon Antique Extended. 





Four-Line Pica Antique Extended. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



MANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Condensed "#UNic. 



Bbevieb Condensed Eusric. 

CHICKENS COMING HOME TO ROOST 

WASTED TWENTY, ROLLICKING THIRTY, DECREPIT FORTY 

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Pica Condensed Runic. 

COQUETTISH BELLE, HEART-WRECKER 
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Long Pbimes Condensed Eunic. 



HAULING IN FASTGOERS' HORNS 

SPECULATION, SELF-INFLATION, RUINATION 

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Two-Line Bbevier Condensed Runic. 

TIGHT-TROUSERED SWELLS 
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Two-Line Long Primer Condensed Runic. 



MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES, BAPTISMAL RECORDS 

FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS 



Two-Line Pica Condensed Runic. 



PUNCHEON'S MUNCHING LUNCHEON 
STOMACH FENDERS 



Two-Line Great Primer Condensed Runic. 



TODDISWEET'S LIPDROPS 



Four-Line Small Pica Condensed Runic. 



MIDSUMMER DREAMINGS 



Five-Line Small Pica Condensed Runic. 



NIMBIFEROUS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAU, smiths <& JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



IStt^tios. 



NONPAKEIL RUNIC. 

MAMMON'S PRIZE DISSERTATION ON HEART STEELING 

Proving the Guiltiness of Impecuniousness, the Punishment due to Destitution 

and the Folly of Undertaking to Help the Hapless 

Published for the Benefit of the Lookoutforyourown Corporation 

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LONG PRIMER RUNIC. 

LESSONS IN POCKET-FILLING 

Diddelum & Gammon, Rogue's Arts Professors 

Tombs Graduates 

Peterfunk Street, Piratesville 

ENGLISH RUNIC. 

INFALLIBLE ELIXIR 

Specific for Prolongation of Beauty 
Good for a Hundred Years 



BREVIER KUNIC. 



CAREMUCH & WORRIE'S FURROWERS 

Designed for Presidents, Business Men, Anxious Mothers 

Nervous Authors, and Fretfuls in General 

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PICA RUNIC. 



NONPRODUCING BACHELORS 

Malthus's Population Theory Checkmated 

Baby-Jumpers Obsolete 



GREAT PRIMER RUNIC. 



MADAM LAFFATEM 

Star Reader, Sweetheart Finder 

Greenhorns Enlightened 



TWO-LINE LONG PRIMER RUNIC. 



INTERESTING TO FEMININES 

Lovingswain & Tendermayde, Infallible Match-Makers 

Warranted Parson Sticking Plaster 



TWO-LINE PICA RUNIC. 



NOODLEDUM'S LECTURES 

Pinhole Peeps at Good Society in Velvetdom 

Dainty Exclusives alone Admitted 



CANON KUNIC. 



DRIFTSNOW, BANKER 
Capital Invested in Ice Houses 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



UAC-KKLLAIt. SMITHS A JOBHAN, 



SANSOM STRKET, PHII.'ADKLPHIA. 



Extended Runic and Lightface Celtic. 



Brevier tExTENDED Runic. 

THK CITY LAMP'S MORNING REPORT 

Through Night's Still Hours 

Frightened the Robber and Assassin from Guilty Attempts 

Sho-wed the Lorn Mother her Wandering Child 

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Pica Extended Runic. 

SWAGGERING CAVALIERS 

Butterfly Exquisites 

Admired by Female Uppertendomi 



Long Primer Extenbed Kunic. 

YOUNGSNOBS' LITERARY CLUBROOM 

Parents Strictly Prohibited 

Collection of Obscene Photographs and Figures 

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Great Primer Extended Kunic. 

RODOMONTADOS 

Little Whiffs 
Tempest Teapot Simmerings 



Nonpareil Lightface Celtic. 

RESTAURANTS FOR THE PEOPLE 

Meals an Hour after Ordering 

Gutta Pereha Beef and Ram Mutton a Dime a Bite 

Vegetables In Proportion 

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Long Primer Lightface Celtic. 

BANKRUPT PROCEEDINGS 

Application of Snapshort & Growlatem, 
Assets, Customers' Contempt 



Brevier Liqhteace Celtic. 

ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE 

Dandies' Foreheads 

Coquettes' Hearts of Adamant Temper 

Miserly Gizzards of Bessemer 

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Pica Lightij'ace CeIjTic. 

RECONSTRUCTION 

Crying Babies and Fighting Nurses 

Vicious Curs, Butting Goats 



Great Primer Lightface Celtic. 



MILLINERY RKCONSTRUCTION 
Obedience and Allegiance 
Opening of Milliners' DravAers and Husbands' Purses 
. Imperative Order from the Congress of Fashion 



Two-Line Small Pica Lightface Celtic. 



BUREAU OF MATRIMONY 

Cheap for Cash 

Brainless, Glib, and Moneyed Husbands 

Dressy, High-Notioned Wives 



AtU COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



CELTIC. 



Nonpareil Celtic, No. 2. 

THINSKINNED LITTERATEURS 

POLITE GROWLERS, NIGHT-OWLERS AND CYNICAL HOWLERS 

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Brevier Celtic, No. 2. 

BAREBONE'S ILLUSTRATED ANATOMY 

Pica Celtic, No. 2. 

TRANSPARENT ILLUSIONS 



Minion Celtic, No. 2, 

GIN SLINGS, DEVIL STINGS 

FORCING GLASSES FOR AMBITIOUS JUVENILES 

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Long Primer Celtic, No. 2. 

SKINFLINT'S DOMESTIC ECONOMY 

Great Primer Celtic, No. 2. 

THIN SKINNED IDEA 



Two-Line Pica Celtic, No. 2. 



GRADGRIND'S HOMILETICS 



Two-Line English Celtic, No. 2. 



HARDSHELL THEOLOGY 



NoKPAREiL Celtic. 

CURRENCY AND FASHION 

EXPANSION VERSUS CONTRACTION 

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Long Primer Celtic. 

GOLD SPECULATING BEARS 

Great Primer Celtic. 

BROAD SCHEMES 



Brevier Celtic. 

DEVGURINQ LOCUSTS 

FIVEPERCENT TAX-GATHERERS 

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English Celtic. 

COALMINE OPENINGS 

Two-Line Pica Celtic. 

SOLID STOCK 



Two-Line English Celtic. 



HONORABLE BUMMERS 



Double Paragon Celtic. 



MANNERS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths & JORDAN, 



8ANS0M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 







Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. l. j Nonpabkil Lining Gothic, No. 2. 

rOR THF ARH OP MERIDIAN I INACCURATE GEODETIC OPERATIONS. - 



Five-Line Nonpareil Latin Antique. 



ELEGANT PRODUCTS 
Foreign and Domestic Invention 

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Three-Line Pica Latest Antique. 



CONFUSION 
International Gatherings 



Four-Line Pica Latix Antique. 



EMINENT 

Defeated Statesmen 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



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FOR OTHER SIZES OF LATIN ANTIQUE, SEE NEXT PAGE. 
MACKELLAR, SMITHS * JORDAN, 279 SANSOM STREET, PHILAllELPHIA. 




Isir)ir)q fieri^ic ct^d LSir)ir)0 ^-ir)ii^ue. 



NoNPABEiL Lining Gothic, No. 1. 

TRIANGULATION FOR THE ARC OF MERIDIAN 

CALCULATIONS BY AN INVARIABLE AND CONSTANT SYSTEM OF MEASUREMENT WITH MODERN APPLIANCES 

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Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 3. 

MICROSCOPIC VERNIER INDICATIONS 

CHANGES IN THE ATMOSPHERIC STRATA EXEMPLIFIED BY ASTRONOMERS 

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Nonpareil Lining GoTHir, No. 2. 



INACCURATE GEODETIC OPERATIONS 

CIRCUMFERENCE OF TERRESTRIAL SPHERE SCIENTIFICALLY CONSIDERED BY MATHEMATICIANS 

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Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 4. 

THEODOLITE REPEATING CIRCLE 

INCLINATION OF BASE WITH THE HORIZON CALCULATED 

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Displayed ix Combination. 

Baby-Rattle and Jack-in-the-Box manufacturing and distributing association, located and operating in Central Africa 



Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 5. 
couHst\.\.ORS. Rt^tRtts. \ittP\Rts. KftBURMOfts, ^J^\.\l^^ORs, tTHtcxnoRS. ^QH\u\s■\R^^ORs 



Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 7. 



Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 6. 



Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 8. 

OPP^^tSSVOU. STkR\IM\OH. \G,^ORknCt ^U0 SVi?tHST\l\OU 



Displayed in Combination. 



NtiNPAREiL Lining Antique, No. l. 



NOTEWORTHY OCCURRENCES AND IMPORTANT TRANSACTIONS 
SUMMER VISITS TO COUNTRY COUSIKa. COURTSHIP, MATRIMONIAL ALLIANCES AND ADVENT OF THE PIRST-BORN 

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Nonpareil Lining Antique, No. 2. 

IMPROVED tools AND INDDSTRIAL IMPLEMENTS 

BUST BRAmS AND ACTIVE FINGERS PRODUCING DOMESTIC COMFORTS AND GONVENrENCES 

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Nonpareil Lining Antique, No. 3. 

AGED VETERAJNS IN THE WARFARE OF LIFE 

RECOUNTING THE FIERCE STRUGGLES AND CONFLICTS OF BYGONE YEARS 

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Nonpareil Lining Antique, No. 4, 

BALDPATES WANTED IMMEDIATELY 

LIBBRAL COMPENSATION ALLOWED FOR ADVERTISING SURFACE 

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Nonpareil Lining Antique, No. 5. 

COITVOCATION OP CELBBRITIBS 

GATHERING OP THE MUTUAL ADMIRATIOW ASSOCIATION 

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Displayed ix Combixation. 

Sealed proposals ihvtted for towing icebergs phom greemland to thb atlaktic Coast 



Two-LixE Pica Latin Axtiqtje. 



QUARTERLY MEETING 
Emancipation from Parental Control 

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MACKELI^R, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



FOR OTHER SIZES OF LATIN ANTIQUE. SEE NEXT PAGE. 

2751 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Impmt §Qtkm, laim AniiqM, &c. 



Nonpareil Imprint Gothic, No. 3. 



MAGNIFICENT POSTER TYPES FOfl ULIFUTIAH PHINTINB ESTAfiUSKMENTS 
HACNIFIED TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY THOUSAND POWERS, PERFEET1.Y LEGIBLE TO THE SHORTEST RANGE CAPACITY, INDISPENSABLE TD THE t 
THIS IS UNDOIIBTEOLY THE NEATEST AND CLEAREST TYPE YET PBOOUCED FOR PRINTERS' IMPRINTS 



r TYPOGRAPHICAL 



SUNBEAM, DEL. 



Nonpareil Imprint Gothic, 
published by the uttermost-extgnsivelv universal art-union 

PUNCHEB, ENGRAVER. BODKIN, PR. STONE, ARCHITECT, QUARRYHAN, SCULPTOR. 
PROOF IMPRESSIONS, ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOLLARS 
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Pearl Gothic Hairlink. 

MULBERRY & SPINWORM, SILK PRODUCERS 

THOUGHT SKELETONS HANGING IN INTELLECTUAL CLOSETS 

TRANSCENDENTAL UTTERANCES 

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Pearl Gothic Hairline, No, 2. 

folly castle, with distant view of commonsense valley 

simplicity refined and chaste has beauty's charm to minds of taste 

mudhovel in front, thriftville on hillside 

Nonpareil Imprint Gothic, No. 2. 

literature craves not ribands, nor garters, nor banquets, nor high places 

subject to her command 

but an abiding place in the hearts of men and women 

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Minion Boldface Roman. 

INSTRUMENT SHOWING THE WHEREABOUTS OF ABSENTEES 

Valuable for Business Firms and Families 

Absconding Clerks, Cashiers, Presidents, Trustees and Fiduciary Agents Infallibly Traced In their Peregrinations 

Kidnapped Children, Lost Relatives, Stolen Property and Escaped Criminals Recoverable 

Spiritualistic Inquiries and Fortune Telling Oracles Superseded 

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Minion Boldface Italic. 

ASSOCIATION FOR THE ENLIGHTENMENT OF THE ESQUIMAUX 

Ameliorating the Condition of Polar Animals 

Daylight in Unlimited Quantities for all Applicants ^ and Warm Water for the Covnfovt of Bears , Seals ^ and Walrtises 

Glaciers and Icebergs Gradually Melted and Water-Powev Supplied for Manufacturing Purposes 

Caloric Fti}^iished for the Comfort of Eocploring Expeditions \ 

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XoNPAitEiL Latin Antique. 

MADNESS RULING THE BOND MARKET 

Speculators' Stock Alley 

Railroad Securities Knocked Down by Ten Thousand Strikers 

Ursa Major Again Triumphant 

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Lox(i Primer Latin Antique. 

TERRIBLE ACCIDENT 

Corset Strings Broken and Bustles Misplaced 

Immediate Repairs Imperative 

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Brevier Latin Antique. 

TANGLEDWELL & TWISTEMROUND 

Automatic Prompters for Rugged Platform Speakers 

Knotty Questions for Debaters 

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Pica Latin Antique. 

PROMENADE KICKING 

Great Swinging Bustles, Catching Skirts 

Conversation Uninterrupted 

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Great Primer Latin Antique. 



BLESSINGS IN DISGUISE 

Flagellatory Discipline for Refractory Juveniles 

Delawarean Code for Criminals 

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MACK Kl.LAR, smiths .t JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PITILAnELPHlA. 



Gothic Condensed and Skeleton Antique. 



Pearl Skeleton Gothic Condensed. 
BALLROOM BELLE, EXTREMELY PROFICIENT IN DELICATE EYED PENCILING ANO CHEEK ENCARNADINC 

BnEviEB Skeleton Gothic Condensed. 

NATURAL HISTORY OF SUCKERS, SPONGERS, BUMMERS AND DRUMMERS 



Nonpareil Skeleton Gothic Condensed. 
HARDUP'S PITILESS EXPERIENCES IN ELIMINATING A MORE COMFORTABLE LIVELIHOOD 

Long Primer Skeleton Gothic Condensed. 

MgSHANKIE & MCLANKIE, METAPHYSICAL HAIRSPLITTERS 



Pica Skeleton Gothic Condensed. 

DAINTIFUL CONTRIBUTIONS FROM FAIRYLAND MAIDENS 



Nonpareil Imprint Gothic, No. 3. 



POSTER TYPES FOR LIUPUTIAN PRI«TINQ ESTABLISHMENTS 
UAONIFIED TWO HUNDHEO AND MIHETY POWtRS, CeilFeCTl.Y LEGIBLE TO THE SHOHTEST-Ft 
THIS tS THE BEST TYPE rET PRODUCED FOR PRINTERS' IMPRINTS 
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Two-Line Bourgeois Skeleton Antique. 

DELICATELT SENSlTll COIfSTITUTIOMS 



POSTER TYPES FDR LIL1PUTIAN PRINTING ESTABLISHMENTS 

MAGNIFIED TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY POWERS, PERFECTLY LEGIBLE TO THE SHORTEST-RANGE CAPACITY 

THIS IS THE BEST TYPE YET PRODUCED FOR PRINTERS' IMPRINTS 

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Two-Line Pica Skeleton Antique. 

TENSION PRACTICALLY TESTED 



Two-Line Great Primer Skeleton Antique. 



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BTWAISTS CRMPED GAEMiTS 



Two-Line English Antique Condensed. 



Two-Line Great Primer Antique Condensed. 



MOUNTAIN GLACIER I EGYPTIAN MIDNIGHT 



Canon Skeleton Antique. 



MOmiN CLIMBlWi; HUNTERS 



Long Primer Gothic Condensed. 

PALISADE SCENES OF THE OCEAN-WEDDED HUDSON RIVER 

Great Primer Gothic Condensed, No. -j.. 

HOME HALLOWED HEROES' HEROIC DEEDS 

Two-Line Pica Gothic Extra Condensed. 

TILL PnmiliiiOilS SMILL DIMENSIOIIS 



Pica Gothic Condensed, No. : 



GAUNT.TELEGRAPH POSTS THE PEDALS OF GHOSTS 

Two-Line Long Primer Gothic Condensed. 

REMEMBERABLE ACHIEVEMENTS 

Two-Line English Gothic Condensed. 

COMPREHENSIVELY 



TiA'O-LiNE Great Primer Gothic Condensed, No. r>. 



GRANDPA'S GOLDEN PILES 
Prodigally Distributed by Spendthrift Fastboy 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STUF.KT, mnLADKT,l'HI.\ 



Gothic Extra Condensed. 



Pica Gothic Extra Cond. Xo. : 



SOLOMON STICKTOIROTH, AOTHORIZED AyCTlEEII 
Announces most Oespectfullf 
Ihat he will olfer at Public Venduei a Rare Assortment of Antique Goods 
Of Sterling Wortlii though now Onfashlonable, viz, 



Two-IiiNE Pica Gothic Extra Cond. No. : 



II FUE 
Conjugal love, Parental Duty, Brotherly Ki 
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Great Primer GKjthic Extra Cond. No. 2. 

ARTICLES FORMERLY DEEMED INDISPENSARLE 

incoffupiie Integfitf 

TfuMuiness, Gentleness, Fortitude, Cliastitf, Self-Alioegation 

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Two-Line English GtOthic Extra Cond. No. 2. 

OLDST!L[ llPPURT[NiC[S 
Temperance, Inrlustiy, Frugality, Perseverance 

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Two-Line Great Primer Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2 



THOROOGHLY SEASONED HOUSEHOLD GEAR 
ic Economy, Mental Cultivation, Pleasant Manners, Recoming Appafei 



Double Paragon Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 



CERTAIN PERSONAL EFFECTS 
rality, Conscleoce, Beoevobce, PFudence, Religion 



Four-Line Pica Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 






Modesty, Diffidence, Respectfulness, Pfopfiety, Revefence 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Five-Line Pica Gothxc Extba Condensed, No. 2. 






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D 




iism, 





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for Law 



Six-Line Pica Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 





ABLE 
^ublic Consideration, Private Respect 



Seven-Line Pica Gothic Extra Condensed, No. 2. 





Cliaracter, Depoilfiient, 




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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths & JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Gothic Condensed. 



Nonpareil Gothic Cond. No. 4. 



HIGHLY DISTINGUISHED DISINTERESTEDNESS! 

Skimpole Mundlvagant, Esq, 

Devotes his Undivided Energies to the Commands of an Enlightened Public 

Enclose Three Blue Stamps to his Address 

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Long Fkimeb Gothic Cond. No. 4. 

PHILANTHROPIC ENTERPRISE 

Obese People Emaciated upon Pure Scientific Principles 
By Prof. Transmuter's Wasli 



Great Primer Gothic Gokd. No. 4. 

FASHIONABLE MANUAL 

Directions for Respectable Sponging 

Indispensable to Diners-Out 

Two-Ltne English Gothic Cond. No. 3. 

TELEGRAPHIC 
Hon. Snooks took an Airing 



Brevier Gothic Cond. No. 4. 



SENTIMENTAL SOCIAL ABSURDITIES 

Honest Labour Unfashionable 

Domestic Servitude Abominable: Public Service Honourable 

Respectable Rogues in Broadcloth 

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Pica Gothic Cond. No. 4. 

HIGHWAY TO AFFLUENCE 

Tlie Wonderful Replenisher of Empty Pockets 

Earn a Dollar and spend a Dime! 

Two-Line Small Pica Gothic Cond. No. 2. 

IMPERIAL BULLETIN 

Eugenie Imperatrice Sneezed 

No Unhappy Results 

Two-Line Gbeat Primer Gothic Cond. No. 3. 

NIGHT SONGS 
Mosquito's Minstrelsie 



Canon Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 



COMPOUND EXTRACT 
Double Teeth Drawn by Dr.Twistemout 

Four-Line Pica Gothic Condensed, No. 3. 

CRABBEDNESS 
Bachelors' Characteristic 



ALt COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN. 



8AN.S0M 8THEET, PHTLADKLPHTA. 



Gothic Condensed. 



NoNPABEiL Gothic Conu. No. 5. 

HARDHEADED TRUTHS RICHER THAN COLORADO QUARTZ 

Garnered into Maxim-Baskets 

And borne in Tliouglitfui Memories for Daiiy Service for Belioof of Humanltind 

Tliat even Fools may Profit and Grow Wise 

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Long Primer Gothic Cond. No. 5. 

UNIVERSAL SPANISH CASTLE-BUILDERS 

Opera House Investors 

Moonshine Dawdlers, Speculators, Novel Reading Maids 

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English Gothic Cond, No. 5. 

ELECTRIC TOE-BOOTINGS 

Exceetlingly Tonic for Sluggish Constitutions 

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Bbevibe Gothic Cond. No. 5. 

HEADBUMPER'S SKATING DAYDREAMS 

Bliss Tempered with Sorrow 

Ignominious Rolling and Tumbling, Battered Shinbone Fumbling 

Mental Mumbling and Irritable Grumbling 

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Pica Gothic Cond. No. 5. 

READY MONEY-MAKING RECEIPT 

Good in ail Climates 

Copperplates, Press, Ink, Facsimile Signatures 

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Great Primer Gothic Cond. No. 5. 

INFLATED HOOPSKIRTS 

Atmospherical Street Funambullstics 

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Two-Link Small Pica Gothic Cond. No. 5. 



UNIVERSAL CATARRH SECURITY 
Anti-Sneezer and Blownozer Insurance Company 

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Two-Line English Gothic Cond. No. 5. 



FASHION'S RULING PASSION 
Patented Maiden Calves for General Admiration 

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Double Paragon Gothic Cond. No. 5. 



POVERTY & AMBITION 

Schoolmasters and Mental Burnishers 

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UACK3BLLAB, SMITHS ifi JORDAN, 



SANSOM STRKET, PHILADELPHIA. 



kik'l^ 



Gothic Condensed. 



PEAItI/-NONPABErL GOTHIC C!OND. NO. 6. 

WOMEN'S RIGHT TO SOVEREIGNTY IN AFFECTION'S REALM ABNEGATED 

INTELLECTUAL HERMAPHRODITIC ASPIRINGS 

MANKIND FOR TOIUNO AS GOD DESIGNS THEM, WOMEN FOR EVERY DUTY THAT REFINES THEM 

FEMALE SUFFRAGE, NATURE'S UPTURNING 

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NONFAKSII, GOTSIC GO^TD. NO. 6. 

STRICTLY INEVITABLE CONSEQUENCES OF FEMALE SUFFRAGE 

HOME COMFORTS ABOLISHED 

FURNITURE DEMOLISHED, MEALS TAKEN OUT, AND THE CHILDREN SHOVED ABOUT 

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Bbbvixb Gothio CJond. Ko. 6. 



GENTLEMEN CHAMBERMAIDS DESIDERATED 

NEITHER CHINESE COOLIES NOR FEMALES IN DISGUISE NEED APPLY 

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Pica Gothic Coitd. No. 6. 



HARD-DRINKING BAR-TENDING LADIES 

FEMININE CLUBR00M8 AND SAMPLING SALOONS 

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LONO Peiieer Gothic Oond. STo. 6. 

DEJECTED AND NEGLECTED HUSBANDS 

SEEKING CONSOLATION IN CO-OPERATIVE HOUSEKEEPING 

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Gbeat Pbimer Gothic Cond. No. 6. 

MALE CHINESE BRIDGETS 

RULE THE ROAST AND TURN THE TOAST 

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Two-Line liOva Primer Gothic Condenseb, No. 6. 



ASSOCIATION OF 8HEBEARS AND UN8EXED HUMANS 
MODESTY UNMITIGATED HUMBUG, PROPRIETY SHAM, DECENCY OBSOLETE 



Two-Line Engx-ish Gothic CtoNDENSED, No. 6. 



FEMININE CLINIC OPERATIONS 
HOSPITAL SURGERY BEFORE FIRESIDE DRUDGERY 



Three-Line Pica Gothic Condensed, No. 6. 

HEAVEN'S BLESSING 
HOME-CONTENTED WOMANKIND 



All Complete with Figures. 



UACKELI.AB. SMITHS ± JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADKLPHIA. 



Gothic Condensed. 



NoNPAREiT^ Gothic Condensed, No. 3. Brevier Gothic Condensed, No. 3. 

LABOUR'S BREAD IS SUGAR-SWEET, AND TOOTHSOME IS THE TOILER'S MEAT AN HONEST FORTUNE MADE BY HONEST GAINS IN HONEST TRADE 

THOUGHTFUL S TYPOGRAPH, PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS JRUSTIE 4 HAiyiiyiERHARD, GOLD-BEATERS 

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„ Pica Gothic Condensed, No. 3. 
Tx)NO Primer Gothic Condensed, Nn. 3. 

BUTCHER AND BAKER AND JOHNNY-CAKE MAKER HARNESS-MAKER CARRIAGE-BUILDER 

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Two-Line Minion Gothic Condensed. 



Great Primer Gothic Condensed, No. 3. 



TOBACCONIST PAWNBROKER UNDERTAKER CHAIRMAKER 

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Paragon GtOthic Condensed. 



SHIPCHANDLER MELODEON-MAKER PHOTOGRAPHER 

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Two-Line English Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 



BRUSHMAKER CARPENTER CONFECTIONER 

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Two-Line Great Primer Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 



SHOEMAKER PRINTER BOOKBINDER 

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Double Paragon Gothic Condkn'sed. 



COPPERSMITH MECHANICIAN 

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MACKELLAR, SMITHS d! JOBDAN, 296 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED, No. 2. , FIVE-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED, No. 2. 

CACHINNATIONS MESSENGERS 



SIX-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED, No. 2. 



PEACEABLE GAMECOCK 



FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC, No. 2. 



PONDEROSITIES 



SIX-LINE PICA GOTHIC, No. 2. 



CIMMERIAN 



FIVE-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED. 
FOUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED. 



MOONLIGHT 




SIX-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED. 



ANNOUNCEMENT 



UM-KE1.1JLS., SMITHS & JORDAN, 297 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Gothic Condensed. 



PsAiiti. Gothic Condensed. Nonpareil Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 



UNVARNISHED TRUTH WILL MAKE A WAY WHERE CROOKED FALSEHOOD OOES ASTRAY 
SHEEPCOAT i. aLIBTDNQUE, YARN-SPINNERS 



AN HONEST FACE, THOUOH IT BE PLAIN, ADMIRATION'S MEED WILL GAIN 
SPIDERKIN & CHRYSALIS, SILK-WINDERS 

_ „ „ „ Long Primer Gothic Condensed, No. 2. 

Brevier GJothic Condensed, No. 2. 

UNADORNED INTEGRITY RATHER THAN OILY ROGUERY INDELIBLE IMPRINTS ON IMPERISHABLE ROCK 

NOSHAM & YERITIE, TELEGRAPHISTS | FANCIMIND, WIT'WRIGHT 



Pica GJothic Condensed, No. 1. 



Great Primer Gothic Condensed, No. i. 



ANCIENT UNDERLYING METAMORPHIC MASS IMPECCABLE CONGRESSMEN 
CRUSTIE TARTMAN, PIE-BAKER SUNBEAM GILDING 



Two-Ltne Smat.t^ Pica Gothic Condensed. 



DOCTOR SLEEVELAUGHER'S UNIVERSAL MEDICINE 
CONGO & EBONIE, BLACKSMITHS 



Two-Line Pica Gothic Condensed. 



PROFESSOR PHRENOLOGUE'S BIPED HUMBUGS 
CROSSWYFE, WOOL-COMBER 



Two-Line Great Primer Gothic Condensed. 



COURT ft WEDHER, WIFESMITHS 



Canon Gothic Condensed. 



CRINOLINIC HUSBANDRIE 



MACKELLAR, smiths .fi JORDAN, 298 9AN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Jgt-btbiLf iJiaLtlLiuG;, 



Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 9. 

international congress on future warfare 

mounted men forbidden, national armies not to exceed one hundred men 

officers to do the fighting, privates to see fair play 

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NojjPAREiL Lrsijjfj CtOthic, No. 11. 

DINNER-TIME AMONG THE INSURGENTS 

RECOLLECTIONS OF PARIS DURING THE FRENCH REVOLUTION 

FANCY CHARCOAL SKETCHES 

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Nonpareil LiNiNf^ Gothic, No. 13. 

CONGRESSIONAL ENACTMENT 

PENSIONS FOR DISABLED SHOULDER-HITTERS 

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Theei^Line Excelsior Lining Gothic. 

CHARMING SIMPLICITY 

CONTINENTAL PEREGRINATIONS 

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Thkee-Linb Nonp-\iietl Lining Gothic. 

HUNGARIAN 
MONEY LENDERS 



Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 10. 
1 

YELLOWSTONE GEYSER-WATER COMPANY 

ABANDONMENT OF FUEL FOR COOKING PURPOSES, HEATING AND WASHING 

COAL-MINING, WOOD-CHOPPING, PEAT-DIGGING, LOST ARTS 

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Nonpareil Lining Gothic, No. 12. 

STRUGGLING AGAINST POWER 

ESCAPE FROM THE EMBRACE OF AN AFRICAN GORILLA 

EXTRAORDINARY FEATS OF DEXTERITY 

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Beevieb Lining Gothic. 

CHILDHOOD'S PLEASURES 

RAMBLING THROUGH SHADY GROVES 

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Pica Lining Gothic. 

SIPPING BOHEA 

MAIDEN'S FOND DELIGHT 

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Two-Line Pica Lining Gothic. 

MODERN 
HEROIC RACE 



Five-Line Nonpabeil Lining Gothic. 



MUSIC ROOMS 
CONCERT REHEARSAL 



Thrjce-Line Pica Lining Gothic. 



MINNESINGERS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



The six larger sizes of Lining Gothic will line together accurately both at the top and the bottom of the face, 
a con-uenience -which careful printers ivill duly appreciate. 



Lining Gothic in Comkination. 



HHHHHHHHrin ri ■ ■ nnnHHHHHHHH 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREBT, PHILA DEr.PIl I 



GOTHIIOS. 



Nonpareil Gothic, No. 7. 

BRIDGETINA MACDUMPLiNG, SERVING LADY 

Will accept a Comfortable Situation in a Genteel Family in a Fashionable Locality 

Conditions are, Liberal Salary and Second Story Bedroom 

Families with less than three Gentlemen Servants need not apply 

Address No. 646 Pigge Alley 

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Long Primek GKjthic, No. 4. 

SPOONIE HIGHDIDDLE, LADIES' CICERONE 

Accomplished Professor of Small Talk and Agreeable Nothings 

Offers his Services to Good Society 

For Exceedingly trivial Remunerative Acknowledgments 

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Brevier Gothic, No. 4. 

PHYLLIS LOUISA CONGOLIP, WASHERWOMAN 

Tenders her good Offices to Families and single Ladies and Gentlemen of Quality 

Her Operatives are of the First Water, and her Soaps odoriferous 

Residence, No. 826 Pine Alley 

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Pica Gothic, No. 4. 

MUTTONCHOP, BUTCHER 

Fresh Meat, tender as Love and sweet as Meadow Hay 

Choice Cuts and Dainty Bits 

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Great Primer Gothic, No. 4. 



Elegance of True Simplicity, Real Beauty of Contentment 
OLDEN CUSTOMS AND HABITS 



Two-Line Pica Gothic, No. 4. 



Lighting a Candle to Discover One's Merits 

UNAFFECTEDNESS 



Brevier Gothic, No. 8. 

SKYROCKET BANKING CORPORATION 

Capital Invested in Goldmines, Fast Horses and Loose Women 

Financial Pyrotechnics Involving Disaster 

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Pica Gothic, No. 8. 

AURIFEROUS BLACKHILLS 

Violent Paroxysmal Attacks of Goid-Fever 

Uncle Sam, Medical Doctor 



Long Primer Gothic, No. 8. 

STRANGE SECRETS WORTH KNOWING 

Persevering Industry the Foundation off Success 

Little Savings, Great Gains 

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Great Primer Gothic, No. 8. 

RAILWAY NOTICE 
Heavy Men Double Passengers 



Two-Line Small Pica Gothic* No. 8. 



MODERN AQUATIC EXPLOITS 
Boytonism Useful for Dodging Troublesome Creditors 



Two-Line English Gothic, No. 8. 



BLACK THUNDER CLOUDS 
Hastening over the Mountain-Ranges 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Gothics. 



Nonpareil Gothic, No. 6. 

CAUDLE'S PATENT BAROMETRIC VATICINATOR, 

For Foretelling Impending Domestic- Thundersiorms, Masculine Explosions, 

Feminine Pettishnesses, and Curtain Lectures. 

Invaluable to Retired Gentlemen's Nervous Sufferers. 

Warranted for Forearming Power. 

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Bbjeviee Gothic, No. S. 

SACCHARINE & GYPSUM, LOZENGE-MAKERS 

Scientiflcally Adulterated Liquors 

The impassive Word and resolute Eye, Badges of Authority 

More potent than the loud Outcry. 

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Long Pkiubb Gothic, No. 3. 

CIDERMILLE'S KRABAPPLE CHAMPAGNE 

Notadime &. Emptiwallet, Wit-Sharpeners 

The Independent Yankee Girl before the Foreign Dame in 

Pearl and rouge and gem and Paris curl. 

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Pica Gothic, No. 3. 



HEART-MONGERING TRICKSTERS 

Hymentown Adventurers 

Gullphoolem & Bamboozel, Matrimonial Brokers 

Newspaper Avenue, Ledgertown 

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ENGT..JSK Gothic. 



APOPHTHEGMS INFERENTIALLY DEMONSTRATED 

Cheate & Flimsie, Cheap Dealers 

While roguish tricks, marry, are weighty to carry, and consciences harry, 

With right honest men good custom will tarry. 

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(4RT;aT PRTMF.R GOTHir. 



CONTENTMENT ASSURANCE CORPORATION 

Benny Volence, Heart Doctor 

The heart of Hope with Care shall cope, and pitch it down 

Oblivion's poppied slope. 

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Two-TjTne Small Pica Gothic, No. 2. 



POORMAN'S ACCOMMODATION COMPANY 

Hornpipe & Pirouette, Wheelwrights 
Unhallowed gold rankly smells in churchyard mould 

A story old, and vainly told. 

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MACKELLAR, 9MITH.S A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



TWO-LINE ENGLISH GOTHIC. 



UNCONQUERABLENESS 
The Bank of Love and Gentle Humanities 



TWO-LINE GBEAT PSIMER GOTHIC, No. 2. 



UNDAUNTEDNESS 
Gentlefolk's Honourable Company 



POUBrLINE SMALL PICA GOTHIC. 



FRIENDLINESS 

Melocotonean Consociation 



FOUE-LnSTE PICA GOTHIC, No. S. 



SHORTNESS 

Harmonious Brothers 



FI\E-LINE PICA GOTHIC. 



HORNED 

Heroic Mother 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 305 SANSOM STREET. PHILADELPHIA 



Round Gothic. 



NoNPAEEiL Round Gothic. 

UHEMBROIDERED HECK-COLLARS AND HAND-CUFFS 

Flashy Geatlemen 

Furnished with Improved Patterns on Reasonable Terms and at the Shortest Hotlce 

Also with Hlppers, Striped Jackets, and other Useful Articles 

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Brevier Round Gothic. 

EXCITEMENT AMONG THE STREET CLEANERS 

Legislative Interlerence 

Everybody to Sweep and Dust before Daylight Under a Heavy Penalty 

Brooms and Dust-Brushes at a Premium 



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SiCAix Pica Eottnd Gothic. 

PROFESSIONAL PETIT JURYMEN 

Courtroom Hangers at the Service of Plaintiff or Defendant 
Profitable Employment 



]Enoush Round GoTHic. 

POLITICAL JOCKEYMEN 

Hard Riders on the Public Jackass, Patient Beast 

Goaded by Wbip and Spur 



Minion Round Gothic, 

PERPETUAL NATIONAL MONUMENT ASSOCIATION 

Annual Instalments Demanded 

This Company is Well Known to the Initiated and Continues to Receive Subscriptions 

Money Invested in the most Careful Manner 

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Long Primer Round Gothic. 

UNCOMMON INVESTIGATION COMMITTEES 

Widow Clicquot 

Sardines, Leapfrog, Euchre, Keno, and other Delightful Amusements 

Beautiful Science of Whitewashing 

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Pica Round Gothic. 

CUSTOM-HOUSE MANNERS 

Poiite Attention, Prompt Despatch, Honest Charges 
Rare Gothamite Examples 

Gkeat PBiiTBfi Round Gothic. 

CLEANHANDED REFORMERS 

Touchlng-Up Corrupt Official Menageries 

Terrible Howling 



T\vo-LiNE Sjiaix Pica Round (Jothic. 



SCIENCE OF COUNTING 
Official Adepts in Addition, Subtraction and Silence 

Voting a Modern Farce 



Two-Line Pica Round Gothic. 



ROUND CORNER TURNINGS 
Skilfully Executed by Sharpers to Avoid Observation 

Spectacles for Detectives 



Two-Line !Bnqxjsh; Round Gothic. 



LIQUID ROAO-STOCKS 

Furnished in Large or Small Packages 

Managers' Drippings 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS Jt JORDAN, 



SANSO&I street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-Line Qkeat Primeb Bound Gothic. 



INTERNAL REVENUES 
Roast Beef, Potatoes and Plum Pudding 



Four-Link Pica Kound Gothic. 



TEMPER-SOOTHERS 
Good Living and Pure Water 



Five-Line Pica Bound Gothic. 



DEGRADATION 
Women at the Hustings 



Six-Line Pica Round Gothic. 



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HOME-UNION 
Goodwif e and Children 

ALL COMPLETE WITH riQURES. 
MACKKLLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 308 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELfHlA. 



Gothics. 



NONPAEEIL GOTHIC, No. 4. 

WATERPUMP & CHALKSTONE, DAIRYMEN 

POLITELY CHEATING FRIEND OR FOE, BEHOLD THE STILLTUB MILKMAN GO 

HIS CANS UPBUBBLING WITH CHILDREN'S WOE! 

GENTLE WOMAN'S GEAR MAKES HER SURPASSING DEAR 



NONPAEEIL GOTHIC, No. 6. 

REYNARDBRUSH & DOGSKIN, FURRIERS 

FIREBRANDS SCATTERED IN JEST LIGHT IN A FANATIC'S BREAST 

FLAMES WHICH FILL HIM WITH UNREST 

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NONPABEIL GOTHIC, No. 2. 

PUMPKINTOWN NOTIONS MANUFACTORY 

MUSHROOM & FUNGUS, SUNSHADE AND UMBRELLA MAKERS 

DARKNESS GATHERING OVERHEAD 



•NONPABBIL GOTHIC. 

NUBIFEROUS MEERSCHAUMS 

SUCKER &. BIBULUM, UNLICENSED BRANDY TESTERS 

UNCOUTHEST BEHAVIOUR 



BBBVIBE GOTHIC. 



STEAM &, PISTONROD, ENGINE DRIVERS 
UNMANNERED BLUNTNESS 



LONG PEIMBE GOTHIC. 



GRUNT & GROWL, BARK GRINDERS 
EXTREME PLAINNESS 



PICA GOTHIC. 



HEARTACHES, SPIRIT REFINER 
CARBONACEOUS 

TWO-LINE BHEVIEB GOTHIC, No. 2. 

NOSTRIL TICKLING 
MUNDUNQUS 



TWO-LINE SMALL PICA GOTHIC. 



UNGRACIOUS HAUGHTINESS 

TWO-LINE GKEAT PKIMEB GOTHIC, No. 3. 

NUCIFEROUS 



EOUB-LINB PICA GOTHIC. 



PREDOMINANT 



SIX-LINE PICA GOTHIC. 



SQUARED 



MACKSXLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STBEKT, PHILADELPHIA, 



Gothics. 



FiuBL Gothic, No. 2. 

ASTONISHING REVELATIONS! 

THE PRIMITIVE SMACKS HUGELY OF THE UNREFINED 

SCALIE & CILLNET, FISHMONGERS 



BBEVIEB GSOTHIC, No. 2. 

IMPOSSIBLE DISCOVERIES!, 

BOLD IMPRESSION OF A RUDER RACE 

CHIFFONIER, INSPECTOR 



Pica Gothic, No. 2. 

STRENGTH AND DIGNITY 
OLDEN GAMMON! 



NoNPAKBii, Gothic, No. 3. 

MAGNIFICENT ENTERPRISE! 

BARREN OF ORNAMENT AS SIMPLE DORIC PILE 

SMUT & SOOTIE, BLACKMAILERS 



LoxQ Primer Gothic, No. 2. 

IMMENSE RESULTS! 

MASSIVENESS OF WASHINGTON 

CORALFISH, ARCHITECT 

Two-Line Bbevibb Gothic. 

MEMORIAL MOIMUMEIMTS 
MODERN HUMBUG! 



Two-LiNH Long Pbimsb GK)THTC, 



PINESMOKE'S CHARCOAL EXPERIMENT 
MOMENTOUS OCCURRENCE! 



Two-Like Pica Gothic. 



IMPREGNABLE ROCK-FORTRESS 
FAMOUS HEROES! 



Two-Line Gbeat Primer Gothic. 



UAIIMPRESSIBLENESS 
HUNCER-SAUCE 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



6ANS0M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



"^Vpundhead. 




THREE-LrNE EXCEl^IOB BOUNDHEAD. 

Himself the most Illustrious Figure of mankind 

Essay on Salf-Glorifi'^tion 

Practical Directions for Introducing Personal Qualities into Conversation 

nssuming yirtuss Though ||npoesessed 

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Pica Koundhead. 



Telegraphic ^4 Telephonic 
Surveyors, Hole-Diggers, Pole-pianters, |||ire- 



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Three-Line Nonpareil Soundhead, 



Virtuous Indignation of the pominine Community 
Constitutional Jmendment proliibiting tlie manufacture ^i Sale of (QiiTors 

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Two-Line Pica Roundhead. 



Unprecedented nttractiveness 
Travelling Circus Street parades ^^ the [atest Style of millinery 



Three-Line Pica Hot'ndtiead. 



Istronomical Bombardment 
pourtli-of'July Pyrotechnical Displays 



Four-Line Pica Roundhead. 



Homogeneous Ooblemen 
Caucasian, Ethiopian ^| mongolian 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKELI.AR. smiths ■& JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 







Three-Line Excelsior Kitcat. 

o< HEDGEHOG ^ PORCUPINE >o 

«< General • Dealers • in • Quills, • Needles • and ■ Pointed -Instruments *>■ 

o< Ball-Players, •Tree-Clinnbers, -Tooth-Sharpeners (•- 

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Pica Kitcat. 



o< INDUSTRY fi FRUGALITY >> 

o< Household • Comfort- Providers 'and* Accumulators («- 

«< Manufacturers • of • Good • Citizens v- 

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Three-Line NoStareil Kitcat. 



o< DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP >o 
o< Sweetheart -- Estrangements v> X Divorce • Court • Separations ^ 

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Two-Line Pica Kitcat. 



o< SNOWPLOUGH ^ SWEEPER > 
»< Railway • Track • Runners i«- ^ Pioneer • Excursionists y^- 



Three- Line Pica Kitcat. 



« EARNEST SPEAKERS >o 
^Thunder* Clouds K X Steam* Whistles f*^ 



Four-Line Pica Kitcat. 



o< ROAST BEEFX 
^ Mince • Pies '^ Apple • Custard i«^ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES, 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



ITALIC C3-OTmo. 



Brevier Italic Gothic Conden>sed. 



LAMPS THAT LIGHT THE ROAD TO SUCCESS 

Fixed Pursuits, Determined Vigour, Perseverance and Of oral Habits 

Byways and Crooked Turnings Avoided 

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Pica Italic Gothic Condensed. 



YIELDING TO RASCALITIES 

Middle-Men's Liens upon Honest Men's Means 

Fair Dealing before Covert Stealing 



Long Primer Itat.ic Gothic Condensed. 

SLOPING WAYS W DESTRUCTION 

Ploughing with your Next-door Neighbour's Heifer 

House of the Strange Woman 

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Two-Line Brevier Italic Gothic Condensed. 

KEEP TO THE RIGHT 

Passers through the Public Highways 

Pilgrims' Finger-Board Maxims 



Two-Line Long Primer Italic Gothic Condensed. 



PUBLIG SCHOOL CURRICULUM 
Oceans of Knowledge poured into Youthful Heads 



Brevier Italic Gothic, No. 2. 

SELFHELPERS OF THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT 

Filthy Sidewalks and Street Crossings Gracefully and Gratuitously Cleansed 

Juliana Longskirt & Co., Tenpenny Terrace 

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Pica Italic Gothic, No. 2. 

RUMMAGING AMID ANCIENT COBWEBS 

Ancient Manuscripts and Musty Parchments Unearthed 

Antiquarian Bibliomaniacs Jubilant 



Long Primer Italic Gothic, No. 2. 

BLACKS TONE-ON-LITTLETON DECISIONS 

Hindoo Suiteeism, an Easy Remedy for Overflowing Population 

Assassinations Considered Malthusianly 

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Great Primer Italic Gothic, No. 2. 

SPIRITUALISTIC DISORGANIZATION 

Three-Legged Tables Marching up the Stairs 

Common Sense at a Discount 



Two-Line Small Pica Italic Gothic, No. 2. 



RINGING SHOTS HEARD ROUND THE WORLD 

Type- Founders Artillery 

Newspaper Bombarding, Magazine Explosions, Penny-a-Liner Squibs 



Two-Line English Italic Gothic, No. 2. 



ORTHOGRAPHICAL HUMMERS 
Spelling Bees in Swarms, Queens ahead Laden with Prizes 



Two-Line Long Primer Italic Gothic. 



STEEPLE CHASES, HEADLONG RACES 

Rushing ouer Corn and Clouer, Dashers, Splashers, Crashers 

Ground and Lofty Ouertumbling 



MACKELLAll, SMITHS it JORDAN, 



SAXSUM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



FOUBrLDTE PICA ITALIC GOTHIC CONBEBTSED. 



SQUINTING OBLIQUITY 

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FO;i"R-l,rXK I'TCA CONHKNSKT) ITAI.TC. 



SIDELOm GLANCES 







SIX-LINE PICA ITALIC GOTHIC CONDENSED. 



PACIFIC SLOPES 



SIX-LINE PICA CONDENSED ITALIC. 



REAPEBS 





ALL COMPLfTF. WITH FIGURES. 
iIACKKJJ.AH, SiUTHS Ji JORDAN, 319 SAX80M STRKET, PUILAUULPHM. 



Long Primer French Clarendon Italic. 

TRANSCENDENT COURSE OF SUMMER LECTURES 

Enraptarittg Attractions 

Amminadab CatbertbemiD, witb Intense Pleasure, RespectMly Announces 

To an Appreciative Public 

That be bas Perfected bis Arrangements for the 

Following Display of Talent 

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Pica French Clarendon Italic. 

DISTimUISHED TALKERS AND SUBJECTS 

Esquire OfSceholdei on Sticking 

Professor LightSnger on the Science of Ways and Means 

Lawyer Cross-Question on Refractory Witnesses 

Besides Other Lingual Spouters 

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' Great Primer French Clarendon Italic. 



ESgUIRE OFFICEHOLDER'S mTRODUCTORY 

Mysteries of Bill-Sticking 

The Superlative Art of Sticking your Friends and Creditors Practically Considered 

Sticking to Truth a Lost Accomplishment 
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Two-Line Small ^Pica French Clarendon Italic. 



PROFESSOR LmETFimER ON WAYS AND MEANS 

(Questionable Arrangements 

Purchasing Public Supplies from Yourself and Approving your own Bills 

Public Means Utilized in Private Ways 
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Two-Line English French- Clarendon Italic. 



METHODS OF EXAMimm WITNESSES 

Customary Practices 

Truth Drawn out in Driblets, Honest Testifiers Confounded 

Confining Witnesses to the (Question 

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MACKELLAB, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



(Italic 



Bbkvier Italic Ornate. 




(§irnate. 



American or foreign (§oute 

fountain, Slaia, §ailroad, §iver, ^iike m icean ? ^ast, ^est, ^orth or §outA ? 

/imperative (l^ecessity for an (garly §tart 

Momentous (Question §ecided to iatisfaction of all Concerned 

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Long Primer Itai.tc Ornate. 



delightful i§easatioas 

(Exhilarating §reathiiigs of the (Sea, redolent of iodine and (Spirit 

(§remonitions of an linteraal (Storm 

i§ea (Sickness with Earnest longings for $and or §jath 

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Pica ItaijIC Ornate. 



(^irst (^ightnittg ^rain for the (^oimtains 

(Aaticipations of §og and i§un, Speckled ^rout and graceful §,eei, ^ovely Scenery and tgioonlight (Excursions 

Realization of ^osqnitos, Rattlesnakes, (§om §read, ^et §kin, pattered ^lothes 

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Great Primer Italic Ornate. 



(primeval (Innocence and (Bliss 

(gig-^eaf (Humanity free from dilettanti (Contaminations of (Effete (Civilization 

(plentiful (Absence of (Salt, (§igars, patches and (Soap 

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Two-Line Small Pica Italic Ornate. 

privations, gangers, (Sickness, (gatigue and impositions (Ended 

(gontentment and (Blissful (Repose 
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Two-Line Bnoijsh Italic Ornate, 



Mimmm mmmmi 

gictures of gelight Rooming up in ^emory 

(gismal (Swamps # (Everglades 

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MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANflOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Chamfer Condensed. 



Nonpareil Csamfeb Condensed. 
FHDFESSDII TIXGIIHEIIER'S FUDCHESSIIE SISTEM DF DRMVIHG, FHIGTIEIIE IHII EMMSTIIIE 

Long Pbimer Chamfer Condensed, 

SMJLLWIEIISyRE & LICHTEIIWEIGIIT, GENEflSL OEJLEIIS IIT BEUIL 

Great Primer Chamfer Condensed. 

HIGHPIIICE & POORFIIRE'!; QGEIN RETREAT 



Two-Line English Chamfer Condensed. 





DotTBLE Paragon Chamfer Condensed. 





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Five-Line Pica Chamfer Condensed. 





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Brevier Chamfer Condensed. 



Pica Chamfer Condensed. 



GLEANIABIT & GOODLIVING, lUiflANITY'S RENOVATOIIS 

Two-Line Small Pica Chamfer Condensed. 

GRUNTER & CRAMP'S CHOLIC REMEDY 

Two-Line Great Primer Chamfer Condensed. 




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Four-Line Pica Chamfer Condensed. 







Six-Line Pica Chamfer Condensed. 




Sbvbn-Linb Pica Chamfer Condenseu. 





EiOHT-LiNE Pica Chamfer Condionski>. 





ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



GRECIAN. 



TWO-LINE PEAEL GRECIAN. 



PENNSYLVANIA'S CARBON MOUNTAIN GEMS 



GEEAT PRIMEE GEECIAN. 



HStTIi H tlTin M W i AMPUnE 



TWO-LINE GEEAT PEIMER GEECIAN. 



TWO-LINE NONPAREIL GEECIAN. 

ANCIENT METALLIFEROUS DEFOSITES 



TWO-LINE PICA GEECIAN. 

mmmwi iigist mach 



CANON GRECIAN. 



iHPimnii; imm CEDAB MDLfiS 



FIVE-LINE PICA GRECIAN. 





SEVEN-LINE PICA GRECIAN. 





TEN-LINE PICA GEECIAN. 




MACKELtAK, SMITHS i JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STHEKT, PHILADELPHIA. 



Tuscans, &g. 



TWO-TjTNF, Nonparkit. Anttqtt-r TirSPAN. 



(iRF.AT PRTMER AXTiaUF. TTTSCAN. 



EAUDEVIE'S GROWSFEET EXTERMINATOR 
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Two-Ltne Pica Antique TusrAN. 



UnwNiAJi iJAJiJJiionlo 



MODESTIG'S GHEEK VERMILION 
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Two-Line Great Primer An'tique Trsr-AN 

WEEPIMG WILLOW 



V(II'K-Tj1NE PlPA Anttqiie TrscAN. 



MEMORIiUi MONUMENT 



Six-TjINE Pica Axttui'>" 'I'i'si-an 



RMNING ABODHD 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ti'scax Antique. 



Great Primer Tuscan antique. 



BUMPER & BRAKESMAN'S CHECKS DARKMAN'S PEDAL POLISH 

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Two-LixE Small Pica Tuscan Anttquf., 



Tw(i-LiNE En^glish Tuscan Antique. 



BLACKBERRY PARTIES CENTRIFUGAL 



FdUK-T-iN'E Pica Ti'sian Axiiuuk. 



Two-LixE Great Primer TrscAX Ant[qt'k. 



PETRIFACTION CROPEAR 



Si.x-LrxK Pica Tuscax AxTiciCK. X(i 



Ptve-Link Pica Tcscax Antique. 



BIVALVE GHOST 



MACKELLAR. SMITHS A JURi'A-^- 



SANwctM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Ornamented and Gothic Tuscan. 



TWO-LDSTB NONPAREIL ORNAMENTED, No. 13. 



HIS HORHtD FACE GREW DARK AS NtGttT 



TWO-LINE PICA ORNAMENTED, No. 13. 



tMfERtAt GOMSCIEKGE 



GREAT PRIMER ORNAMENTED, No. 5. 



mum ^Ton the cauEt mmt 



TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER ORNAMENTED, No. 16. 

POINT NO POINT 



rOUR-LINE PICA ORNAMENTED, No. 6. 



SHARP mmn 4tzn 



TWO-IilNE NONPAREIL GOTHIC TUSCAN. 



MEALMOUTH & BLARNIE'S EYE-DUST 



TWO-LINE PICA GOTHIC TUSCAN. 



ANCHOR FASTENED 



GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC TUSCAN. 



KISSEM'S LIP-UNGUENT 



TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC TUSCAN. 



ROCK-MOUNO 



rOUR-LINB PICA GOTHIC TUSCAN. 



IMBEDDED BOULDERS 



SIX-LINE PICA GOTHIC TUSCAN. 



ROUNOHEAOS 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SAN60U STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



GALLIC. 



Minion CiaijI.ic. 



Long Primer Gali^io. 



FREEDOl), EQUAL RIGHTS /^ND BROTIJERHOOD 

Fron; the Depths of Degradation, iij Heaveij's (5ood Time shall every Natioi) 

Evoke its Grand Political Salvatioi) 

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Pica Galuc. 

FJ^SCINpNG YOUNG WIDOWS 

Five If undred Tljousand iij Governnjents, Captivating Traits 

Greeijback Accomplishments 

Two-Line Small Pica Gallic. 

ABINi|DAB SI^IRRWORR 

Industry's Parasite, Conscieijceless Sponger 

Universal Leecljer 



REPUBLICAN PRESCRIPTIONS REQUIRED 

Wilhelnj Sourkrout aijd Louis Frogeater, European Stomaclj Troublers 

Democratic Doctors, to the Rescue 

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Great Primer Gallic. 



CONQUERORS OF PARLOURDOBJ 

Perfunjed Bacljelors, Pecunious ai^d Self-Conceited 

Daintiijess Personified 



Two-Line Pica Gallic. 



GRUPLEJAW SNi^PPER 

Professor of Surliijess arjd Pettisljness 

Sour Apple Griijder 



Two-Line English Gallic. 



Gi^BBLEFAST LOOSESPEECI^ 
Iijternjinable Yarij Spinner aijd Inveterate Runjour Weaver 

Peranjbulating Dictionary 



Two-Line Great Primer Gai^lic. 



TIlfOTHEUS GOODIjEART 
Comiponweal Burdeij Bearer and tlje Neighbourfiood's Jackass 

Huipanity's Benefactor 



Double Paragon Gallic. 




Teacher of Polite Waddling a^d ^umptidumptiness 

Proipenade Attitudinizing 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKKLLAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANHOM MTKKET, PH ILAHELI'IUA . 



Ceosiees. 



Enqj.tsii CitoaiKR. 



MOUSE-HUNTERS' EXPEDITION 

Nibbling' Moon Cheese 

Foptune-Seekeps' Great Fantastic Excursion to Alaska 

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Two-Line Small Pica Ceosier, 



GBANBERRY BOTTOMS 

Sands and Muck, Rich with Golden Luck 

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Two-Ltnk Exolish Crosier. 



Sunnygide Gorner Smokers' most Dektable Fruits of Elp'um 

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Two-Link Grkat Pbtmeh Croster. 



uioiiN MuseuuR mmmm 

Lady Skaters* Rink Garnivalg, Fashionable Back Breakers 

mmfm 



DouBLK Paragon Crosier. 






I 

Goveranieiit Gontats, ftlitidans' Pulse Waeiner 



Canon Crosier. 



Slimshank 




Gamelopardus 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



ifACKELLAR, RMTTKS 4 JORTIAN, 



S.ANSHM STREET, PHTT-ATIET PHTA. 



^*^N'FIQUE -t- TU^O^N -^ C0NDEN3ED -I- MD -f L^Gl^e^^EJlH 



Pica Antique Tuscan Condensed. 

Messrs. SOFTSOAPER, BLARNIEWINKE & LIMBERTONGUE 
Dealers in Brazen Faces, Guttapercha Consciences, Politicians' Masks, Shavers' Pocket-Squeezers, Upper Ten's Poor-Relation-Cutters, 

As well as a General Assortment of the Polite Contemptihlenesses 

Fashionable in Exclusive Circles where Aristocratic Wealth is uncontaminated by Vulgar Intellectuality 

Codfish Buildings, No. 529 Pokegammon Street 



PICA LACKOSSE. JjS»j^!;^MJ Ol'J^*'' PMMEB LACROSSE. 




jiATupp's popcps ujijiizpp ^^^fe JIOUSppOJjP JJGOJJOJMy 



Pome Comforts 
Peat from Africa, Gold from the porth 



steam-power Superseded 
JIurricanes and Cyclones Caught and JIarnessed 

«e«r oTrZents ' ' ^M for pmergenci^ 

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Two-LrNE Pica Lacrosse. 



jiujipjipp-TOjijiAPO wijip-powpji 

Oratorical, JVLusical, jVLercantile, yidvertising, pocomotive 

Zephyrs for Curtain pecturers 



TwoLiNE Great Primer Lacrosse. 



Parvest Jlastened or Postponed at pleasure 
United States Signal Service 



Double Paragon Lacrosse. 



GOYj:jiji]V[j;jiTAJ' 

Contracts for jittering Climates 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



351 SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 

MACKELLAB, smiths a JORDAN', 



French Clarendon Extended. 



Peakl French Clarendon Extended. 
:^iso-&-iDCH--&.Trs-^ iso-a.e> to the: g-xs^ajve: 

ITo Coaaaieotioaa. ,-«rl-t3a. -tlie laoaid. -to Ijoaa.^e-^i-t37- 



Brevier French Claeendon Extended. 

b:r.o.a.X)'T'o:p n^vdroTJisTT'-^iiNr 

Splexid-id. Xjocatioaa. 

Cool azid. E^ealtlif-u.! E2cpa3a.se of Barreii.xi.ess 

E2cteu.slT7-e I^lat S-a.3:ro-u.iia.in.g-s 



Nonpareil French Clarendon Extended. 



So-wriiJ.g' See<3.s of HappiH-ess, ISeapijn.g' I^r-va-its of <3-ra.tit-u.ae 

•VT'a.llEiiig: .A-mld. X"lo-wrexs 

KTame e-w-er I'xeclo-u.s, JwEemory- e-^ex Blessed. 

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Long Primer French Clarendon Extended. 

Stools Soript 

Broaa :E=laiis, :E=rofi3.se ■''^T^T'ateriiig-s 

O-rand. Speo-U-latioaa. 



Sm:at.,l Pica French Clarendon ExTENDEn. 



iE^a-cilities O-ra-nted. to tl3.e IFvLblic for DPoclset ^^illi2:a.gr 
^T7-er37-one l3.is o-^itvt-xi ^sTote-Stretclxer 



Pica French Clarendon Extended. 



Ca^lciJLla-ted. to OTrerspa^r^. t3n.e TTrLi-versa<l Orea-tiorL 

Sta-te ISig-lits Soc-u.red. 



Gbeat Primer French CI/ABEndon Extended. 



^rofessiozn.a.1 ILio1olo37-isD::c:L. Cl^ecl^z:iCLa;te<5. 

2s/£oz:Le37-'s 2v£ea-s-CLre 



Two-Line Small Pica French Clarendon Extended. 



:B:E^0^^ID:B0TT03is/£S 



Two-Line English French Clarendon Extended, 



EEI^ 



■^JK 



Ea-S'sr i^Tj.rse-^illizi.g' I^in 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREKT, PHILADF.LPHIA. 



FmCK CUHENDON Imk CONDENSED. 



Pica Freuch Clarendon Extra Cond. 



FARim mmki fandemiacs 



Ifepliistoplielians Madlj Careening on Superheated Locomotives 

mmm 



Two-Link Pica French Clakendon Extra Cond. 



h}kk[ Halasy ol the InlsUeclual Firmamsiit 



Double Paragon French Clarendon Extra Cond. 




Great Prim. French Clarendon Extra Cond. 

mmm mmmm muEm 

Sevildom in Fetti-Trousers 

Fortentous Omens, Nauseous Foresmellings of Sodom and domorrah 

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Two-Line Gt. Primer French Clarendon Extra Cond. 




Uoilerliaiil Operators anil Professors of Trickerj 

FoDR-LiNE Pica French Clarendon Extra Cond. 

IRJIBE SECRETS 
Mm Dnmeis' Directory 



Five-Line Pica French Clarendon Extra Condensed. 





Inptivo Neiihbours, ScasidG 




Six-Line Pica French Clarendon Extra Condensed. 





Man of tlie Mountain astride the People 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Febnch Clarendon. 



NONPARKIL FBKNCH ClARBNDON. 

SECE1TTL7 UlSSma FBOU A SENTLEUAIT'S SWELLIHS 

Marble Soorstep Tith a Scraper attached 

Sippcsed to have teen accidentally entangled in a Lad7'8 Crinoline on Christmas Da; 

And Unconsciously Carried away 

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Long Fsimbb French Clarendon. 

SUBTEREANEAN CALORIC CORPORATION 

For Supplying Heat 

For every Imaginable Purpose of Social and Industrial Life 

By Tunneling Earth's Internals 

Great Primer French Clabbkdon, 

EALSAM OF SUNSHINE 

Heaven's Benefaction 

Dropt on Ocean's Tide and Mountain's Side 



Brevier French Clarendon. 

DISCOVERED IN A LADY'S HOOPSKIRT 

A Patent Gridiron 

A Curiously Curved Iron Scraper fastened in an Oblong Uarble Slab 

A Grarden-Rake, and a Clothes-Wringer 

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Pica French Clarendon. 

LITEHARY FURITISHIITGS 

On Short Notice 

ATDSorlDing Novels and High-Strung Poems 

Spirit-Rousing Speeches 

Two-Line Pica French Clarendon. 

'gaseous lozeuges 

Sugar-Coated 
Giddy Swells and Flirting Belles 



Two-Line English French Clarendon. 



UNIVERSAL HOUSE-CLEANER 

Sure and Pure 

ComlDination of Strong Arms, Brooms, and Brushes 



Two-Line Great Primer French Clarendon. 



INCHEDIBLE EXHIBITION 

rireside QrumlDler 

Caught -while Snapping* at his Wife 



Four-Line Pica French Clarendon. 



HEMARIIABLE ! 
Economical Housekeeping 

ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. ^^^ ^^^^ 



ALU COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKKLLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



Peaked. 



Gkkat Primee Peaked. T\HSlZ?Ss=-i Two-Line Smai,!, Pica Peaked. 




tJiriVEESAL ILLtlSIOHS ^^^^^ COLLEGE OP WISDOM 



Imaginary Profit in Working at Uonpaying Prices 
- Pooket-Emptying Bivalship 
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Lossoiis Loarnt in tho School of Experience 

Turning Grindstones 

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Two-IjINe Enbdish Peaked, 



ECONOMICS OF AGRICUmEE 

Amateur Growing of Beets, Turnips, and Cabbages 
Cheap at a Dollar Apiece 



TWO-TjTNIC GhKAT PRfMF.R PEAKICD. 



PASHIOHABLE ACADEMIES 

Learning Homceopathically Administered in Driblets 

Liberal Charges, AwfUl Estras 



Hoi'TiT.F. Paragon Pt:aK"f:ti, 



CONCERT SALOOHS 
Airline Lightning Bailway to DoTildom 

Most Direct Route 



FoTTn-LiNiB Pica Peaked. 



MORTGAGES 

Modem Homestead Improvement 

Equal to Preach Roofs 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQUREB. 



.MArKEI.T.AB. SMITHS * JORDAN. ''^'' _ «^^-''"» "mV.V.T. PMII.ADKI.VHIA, 



Fantails. 



Pica Fantail. 



GRAPHIC CURRENT 2KETCHS2 

fight Papers 

OYsrdus Promissory lotes^ Slim Bank Balances 

Unpleasantly Embarrassing 

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Great Pbtmer Tantail, 



JSALAD FOR THS FLEJSHY 

Turnip Sprouts 

Infallible Regimen for Corpulent Persons 

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Two-Line Sstali. Pica Fantaii.. 



REQUISITE OFFICIAL ADJUHCTS 

Unblushing Brassiness 

SniSletongue Gobetwsens and Porsistent Buttonholers 

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Two-Like English Fahtail. 



SLEIDER-WAISTEDHESS 
Corseted DiYinities with Waspish ASinities 

Worrying^ Flurrying 



DOtTBLE PaBAGOBT FaNTAIL. 



CMSUS TAKERS 

Youthful Patriarchs^ Youngish Old Women 
Human Polls and Chattels 



Four-Line Pica Fantatl. 




Certain Legalized Stealings 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



HANSOM STREET, PHILAnELPHTA. 



Cloister. 



Br£VIe:r CIjOISTBB. 

HINGES OF CONSCIENCE 

SWINGING NOISELESSLY IN UPRIGHT BOSOMS 

LUBRICATE WITH WELL-DOING 

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Pica Cloister. 

TROUBLE HUNTERS 

BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE 

FALSE SCENT 




liONG PbIMEB CLOISTEK, 



PADLOCKS FOR EVIL TONGUES 

SCOLDS SPEAKING A PIECE OF THEIR MIND 

CONFUSION OF BABEL 

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GftEAT Pbimeb Cloister, 



FORCE OF HABIT 

CHIPS OF THE OLD BLOCK 

WHITTLING 



Two-Lime Small Pica Cloistee. 



WOOL-GATHERING SCHOOL-URCHINS 

LAMMING SEASON 



Two-Line Snolish Cloisteb. 



CONDUCT REGULATOR 
EXPERIENCE 



Two-Line Great Pbimer Cloister. 



SHACKLES OF MATRIMONY 
CHAINS OF LOVE 



Double Paragon Cloisteb. 



BACHELOR FREEDOM 
PEEVISHNESS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAB, smiths a JORDAN. 



8AN80U 8TBKKT. PITILADELPHIA. 



CONDENSED CONCAVE. 



PICA Condensed Concave. Gkeat Pbimek Condensed Concave. 

SWAMP-DITCHERS, ROAD-MAKERS, TOWN-BUILDERS 

BERRY-RAISERS AND CODFISH-DRIERS 

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INSTRUCTORS IN HOME ATTRACTIVENESS 

COOKSTOYE AND BAKEOYEN 

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Two-Line Hn^glish Condensed Concave. 
Two-Line Small Pica Condensed Concave. 

MORNINGWALK & CHEERFULFACE QUESTIONS OF AVOIRDUPOIS 

FAMILY PHYSICIANS FREIGHT CHARGES 



Two-Line Great Fbimeb Condensed Concave. 



PROMOTIVE OF INDUSTRIAL ENTERPRISE 
LETTER-PRESS PRINTING 



FouE-LiNE Pica Condensed Concave. 



COMMERCIAL CORPORATIONS 
PERAMBULATORS 



Five-Line Pica Condensed Concave. 



TELEGRAPHIC DISPATCHES 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 

„ , T„„r..„ 358" SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 

MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



Concave and Antique Pointed. 



Nonpareil Concave. 

PLEASURE TRIPS TO THE ANTIPODES 

DISTANCE, TOIL AND COST LEND ENCHANTMENT TO THE VIEW 

FAR-FETCHED AND DEAR-BOUGHT DELIGHTS 

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Pica Concave. 

DIFFICULT NAVIGATION 
STARTING OUT WITH SCHOONERS 

Two-IiiNE Smali, Pica Concavk. 

RAMMING EXPLOIT 



Long Primkr Concav]-:. 



MATERIALIZED RAINBOWS 

HOLIDAY ATTIRE FOR SPRIGHTLY MAIDENS 

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Great Pkimer Concavk. 



INDICATIONS 
GRAND STORM MATINEE 



Two-Line Pica Concave. 



FLASHY BIPEDS 



Two-Line English Concave. 



PICKLED MOONSHINE 



Two-Line Gbkat Pbimeh. Concave. 



ARTILLERY THUNDERINGS 



Pica Antique Pointed. 



Great Primer Antique Pointed. 



SKUIffK^S COMPOUIffD 

Highly Fashionable Deodorizer 

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COURAGEOUS 

CliainpagnG XSpicureans 
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Two-Line Small Pica Antique Pointed, 



POLITICALi DBCENCIES 
Specimens from Ancient Quarries 



Two-Line English Antique Pointed. 



MOON'S EXTRACT 
Excellent for Polite Fiddlefaddles 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKHILAB, SMITHS 4 JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Pica Keystone Open. 



logioal Miuesi^® Tr©®® inniaid© to ©irdeir 
(Sodfislh Families, ^tteinitioiQ 




Gkeat Pbimer Keystone Open. 



:UBTY HECOHDi 



Two-Line Small Pica Keystone Open. 



^atent Talkatiwe Tinfoil 



Two-Line English Keystone Open. 



Deposit Institatlon 



Two-Line Great Pbimer Keystone Open. 




Punctnalityj Truthfulness 



Pica Keystone. 



Great Primer Keystone. 



HYMENEAL DETECTIVES 

Habits and Prospects of Suitors Divulged 

Hidden Poverty Unmasked 

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Two-Line Small Pica Keystone. 



CONCLAVES 
Robberies Compounded 



SYLVAN SHADES 

Dreamings in the lATilderness 

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Two-Line English Keystone. 



RAMBLES 
Piquant Sketches 



Two-Line Great Primer Keystone. 



RUINED CASTLES 
Ivy-Gro^vrn Relics of Antiquity 



DotTELE Paragon Keystone. 



MOUNTEBANKS 
Literary, Social, Political 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths <t JORDAN, 



-iAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 





Pica Japanesque, No. •:!. 

FtMfUKE FKI 
^M^IPY AM® 



Great Primer Japanesque. No. 2. 



kM 



©ii>i 



.FEKWY 






rm 



lEAM 



Effi MBKTIl 



Two-Lixe Pica Japanesque, No. : 



l3®¥MTIEMm 



ll¥SIMIie§ lETItlTIEIPIPE 



I? 



^M^ 



Pica Japanesque, No. 3. 



Great Primer Japanesque, No. 3. 



Two-IjIne Pica Japanesque, No. 3. 



rjfA^ 



Pica Japanesque. 






Great Primer Japanesque. 



COSMOeRAPHIC 

PLANETARY MEASUREMENTS 

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THAI^KFUL 

HOLIDAY GREETING 

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Two-Xjine Pica Japanesque. 



MOTITE POWER 
PLETHORIC POCKET-BOOKS 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



M \CKEryT,AR. SMITHS .1- .FORDaV. 



SANSOM STRKKT. PUTUA MKLI'KIA. 



,i'"5li«ih*'»'W II,.,..''- ,«*^^^'^»t 

^,il''""''4F^i;f(,f) 



- ,ii„-i« 




Two-Ltxk BreA'I32R ObkI.ISK. 



UjAddOUJiTABLE gfOWTAJlEDU^ COBIBUgTIOJI 

Interesting Di^coui'Ses on tje ^uLject of Ifolcanio p^PotBcpiG^ and tje i^uJoiia Mi^\% 

Lightiiing Yn^^ and Electrical Ifagarie^ iq Ijeqeifal 

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Two-Link Pica Obet.isk. 



plOI^THWE^T El^ypTIAJI I(AILI(OAD 

Dapght VibW^ of ^aqd-clad piain^, ^uinBd Temple? and H/jimmiJ Togbg 

Fifteeii \m% Stoppage at the l^feat p^raigid 

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Three-Lixk Pica Obelisk. 



pI^TOI(lCAL piTpfl 

Moriiimg {(aniblG^ among CruniMing i^r'cpectiii'e 

E|onuiii6ntS of i^nciEqt flinBVEJj 

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, .„„„.^, 3fi2 SANSdM STREET, PIIIT.AnET.PHI A. 

>fArKRT.LAR. SMITHS & JORPAN, 





NoNPARKiL Oxonian. 



Breviicr Oxonian. 



0„a™.,1gau Ebpoi^^s of youns Dehos^hbhes \ GOBELIM SAPESWI^Y AND GMBI^OIDBI^Y 

BliEDAIBOl^Y exGUI^SlOHS | ROI^MAN ^OUGJUBSUS 

CQeakdei^inSS of ©UPID pHONS UHB BUXOM IIASSES OP SOHEUAHWIHOPIiE I FjEM INISGB NGBS OP WHB GAI^LiY ^OUI^mSHIP OP ^liBOPAWI^A 



FISHENIIIS OF I7EAIPHEK ffiYTHOIiOGY 
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eXPLiOIWS OP IPHE (sI^USADEI^S 
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Pica OxojjfiAN. 



Long Primer Ox(»nian. 

©WELPTH (sEHTUI^Y CQlMIGI^IES 1 UNGOUTH (sEl^EMONIALS 

Pantomime ^musembkhis op Batons and ^nights ; GVEMING F^AMBLES flMONG gAGAN ©EMPLES 

OLiDENipiME ©HI^ISIIMAS FESrHIYITIES SUPEI^SIPIIPIOUS Ol^IEN5IALS 



GnKAT Primer Oxonian. 



SoGiAL (Customs in pNGiENrn ©almyi^a 

pUXmiAI^Y CQEGHANIGAL pPPLIANGES OP JPHB ^YI^AMID BUILDBI^S 

^ANDEI^INGS OP IPHE Sr^OUBADOUI^S 



Two-Line Lonr Primer Oxonian. 



BiGi^AXE AND Shovel Gymnastics 

CXGAYATING B0^ @liI=^IOSITIES AT F)eI=^GULANEUM 



T^vo-LiNE Pica Oxonian. 



Olympian ©plaining Sghool 

yOUTHPUL I^EGIMEN BO^ fflUSGULAr^ DeYELOPMENIH 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKEI^I^AR. RMITlTfl A JORDAN, 



RANSOM STRF.KT, PHILADKLPIII A. 



;«|gitg^^. 




Pica Bizakre. 



Registered, No. 6102. 



MANl-lfACTlJl^EI^S Of lY[i\|\ITELpiECE Of^I\Ii\lY[E]VTS 

I^eprodu«tion$ of Continental Sculptors 

Poroeki]!, i\ntiqu«, filigree and Company florence and Venice Streets, Etruriaville 

f^eceptioyi I^oorfi Decorations for falace, Cottage and jVIansioii 

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Thbee-Line Koxpabeil Bizarre. 



f^ECi\lJTI01MS i\ND Si\fEGlJi\I^DS 

Improved I^ailroad ^ana|«m«nt Watchful 8t«am$hip Navigators 

Experienced Worl^mep and Intelligent Superintendence 

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Two-Line Pica Bizarre. 



1V[0DE^^ ViCIOlJS LlTE^i\JlJ^E 

Corrupting th<e }Aomh Debasing our Citizens 

Sooioty for Suppreosioyi of flono$t Industry 

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Three-Line Pica Bizarre. 




atchful Solicitude of Juvenile Cultivators 



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MACKELLAB, smiths & JORPAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



,iir'<,,(g<*<>' 






Brevier Attic. 



■■v'|r,||ill-,| 

i 




Ml 



-^ KAUDALOSY* SKIENTIPieAlLY+ DISCTSSED 34=^ 

Professor Solomon Wiseacre 

>Elonjatiop, Breadtlj, Texture, and Waggle of Tails, indexes of Intelligence 

Ornamental Appendages Sritically Examined 

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Long Primer Attic. 

.^ FiSHIONlBLE -^ POODLE-PIIP * DEPARTMENT D^^ 

Scbool of Saijiije Etiquette 

Practical Lessons in Parlour, Sarriage and Sidewalk Management 

Promenade Leading-String Tactics 

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Pica Attic. 



_^ IMPROVED * PRfflglPLEg * MD * PRigTIEE * OP * BOTflERlTION %^ 

Sliowiug 1]0¥ to Mystify Koufidiiig Wifehood 

flints OB tlie Manufacture of Election Majorities and Plans to Delay or Defeat Needed Legislation 

Unfailing Methods of Nonplussing Witnesses and Befogging Jurymen 



Great Primer Attic. 



_^POLMED*gHAFTg*OF*iTHEMg*MOLiRgHIP:^ 

fomMnatioii of Mg Srace and Elegance 

.^ Genuine ittiG M, Exquisite Literary Masoning, Eiaporations of Hellenic Genius ^ 



Two-Line Pica Attic. 



^l 



C DISSERTATION * ON ^ NOTHffl&M 2 



ik^ 



Political and Social UpbeaYings of ih Nineteentli fentury 
Spectroscopic Searcliings for tlio Infinitesimal 



Two-Line Great Primer Attic. 



^ 



ClUNlKIPiL^ORDfflMgEgD^ 



^Papermill Artillery witli Harmless Projectiles^ 



ALU COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKEIiLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM stbket, phtladelpitta. 






Nonpareil Eastt.ake. 

-<flROUND tTHE?¥ORLD t IN t UNBEKTEN tTRHCKS'- 
-<sPHOTOGRKPHIC81fIE¥S«OF2VESUVIUS 8 INTERIOR8DURING8 ERUPTION 
<HHNDICRKFT*BMONG*DIGGER* INDIANS!- 
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Brevier Eastlakk. 

^ DECEITFULNESS ? OF i IPPEARfiNCES ^ 

POVERTYMN^'BROIDCLOTH,'^ COMPETENCY 'I' IN ?HOMESPUN = 

^BLITANT t NOISE,^ STERLING i WORTH ^ 

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TjONG Primkb Eastlake. 



Pica Eastlake. 



-^ MSNDSTORY t ENACTMENTS N- 

i¥INTER^ EVENING'S ^ FSMILY ^ ENTERTSINMENTS K- 

-^ FIRESIDE ILITERITURE^ 



-^SRGUMENT^ OFf RIDICULE K- 

H ILLUSTRATED i BY* NUMEROUS + EXIMPLES ^ 

-^SNCIENTlUNDiMODERN^ 



Great Primer Eastlake. 



^SOLITMY+RSMBLES*m+SE]lRCH+OF+THE + PICTURESQUE^ 
♦4 MOUNTIIIN? STREAMS IIIND iFllIRY?YflLES ^ 



Two-Line Pica Eastlake. 



M0RNING+T¥ILIGHT*F]1INTLY^GLEAMING* 
-^PERFUMEDILOYE-LETTERS^ 



-^ H 



■rn 



Two-Like Great Pkimer Eastlake. 

I rn 



-is: 



H 



H 



H 



V 



H # 




J_'X O* V_>_L 






ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS i JORDAN. 



NAXSOil STREKT, PHILAUKLPHI A. 



&¥HE¥I€^ 



NoNPAEiiiL Esthetic. 

SOCIETY FOR DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE 

MEMBERSHIP UNLIMITED 

MEETING DAILY FROM NINE TO FIVE O'CLOCK AT THE CROSS-ROADS SCHOOLHOUSE 

FITTING YOUTH FOR LIFE'S STRUGGLE 

SPREADING INTELLIGENCE THROUGH THE WILDERNESS 

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Long Primkr Esthetic. 

GROPING IN TOTAL DARKNESS 

QUESTIONS OF PLANETARY VEGETATION AND POPULATION 

LOOKING FOR HONOUR AMONG THIEVES 

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Brevikr Esthetic. 

FLINT, STEEL, TINDERBOX & COMPANY 

FRIENDS IN NEED 

ILLUMINATORS, HOUSE-WARMERS AND TRAVELLERS' COMPANIONS 

INTIMATE ASSOCIATES OF OUR ANCESTORS 

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Pica Esthetic. 

DIRECTORS' ANNUAL REPORT 

CONTINUED PROSPERITY AND INCREASED DIVIDEND 

BANKRUPTCY SPEEDILY FOLLOWING 

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TWO-LlN"E Breviek Esthktic. 



MARGH WINDS AND APRIL SHOWERS 

AGRIGULTURAL PREPARATIVES HORTIGDLTURAL ASSISTANTS 

HIGHWAY GLEANERS AND HODSE VENTILATORS 



Two-Line Pica Esthetic. 



SURROUPINGS OF GONTAMIMTION 
PESTILENTIAL INFLUENGES DEFRAYED ASSOCIATIONS 

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Two-Line Great Primer Esthetic. 



VESSELS IN DISTRESS 
EMPTY PLAmRS BROKEN DISHES 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS c!i JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



CONDEI(SED MON/STIG. 



Brevier CtoND. Monastic. 

\l\mE AND FASHIOl^ABLE DRESSES FUI|M1SHED GRylTUlTOUSlY 

SEVENTY-FIVE HANDSOME PEREGRINATING; YOUNG LADIES WANTED IMMEDIATELY 

FOR PI^OMENADE DUTY 0\ CHESTNUT STREET 

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Ekgliset Cosd. Monastic. 

HOWYOUSEEIT & NOWYOUDO^T 

SPIRITUALISTIC PHOTOGIjAPHIC THIMBLEI[IGGERS 

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Two-Line Pica Cond. Monastic. 

LE&ispvE ?\mu 

PMHNERATIVE, D^CONSGIONABLE 
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Pica CJond. Monastic. 



MEDICINE YQ\ PUBLIC /ILMENTS 

QU/CK SPECIFIC FOI[IGNORAt(CE, FI(EE DOSES OF SUFFRAGE 

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Two-Line Long Primer Cond. Monastic. 

POLITICpS' TOOLMAKEI[S 

YOTEOFTEf^, SHOULDERHITTER & BOXSTUFFEI[ 

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Two-JGiNE English Cond. Monastic. 



MAD 



JULIE GULLEI(FOOLIE 
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Three-Line Small Pica Condensed Monastic. 



WOMAIi EMAtiCIFATORS, JACKET jlNU TROUS 

IS EXPECTATIOfi 





Two-Line Gkeat Pruier Condensed Monastic. 

PIIOMENADE, ELECTI 
MOfNGAHELA /RGDMENTS 



D 



ECINCTS 



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Double Paragon Condensed MoNi^Tic. 



h'R 



MIME PAIljlDIDM, TOfUE UNBpLED 



PTERIS 



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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAB, smiths <ft JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



^ONAgTIC A]MD ^ROJAN. 



Long Primer Moxastic. 
THE outlaw's manual 

Cunning Pevices for yioLATiNG Public and ^ocial L,aws 
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Great Primer Monastic. 

^NTWiNiNG Beauty's Mystic Chai^ms 
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English Moxastic 



MAMMOTH CAVERNS 

JRi^GULAR Pathways to Natui^al pROTTOES 
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Two-Line Pica Monastic. 

fyjmpp PTpnp 

Pleasui^e Before Pi 
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)EFORE TRUDENCE 



Two-Line Great Primer Monastic. 



Grecian Benders Satan's 



OUBLE 



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NDE]RS 



Two-Line Brevier Trojan. 




Committee on Retrenchment 

^SS0jlsg2S ^^ IllWI^-lS? jNSTSIilfSTION OH O^^^^^ERS^ 



? > 



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Two-Line Long Primer Trojan. 



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W0USEHOIxI>|)^ISCEl£liSNY ^CIEMTIFIC J)EPlK¥MENff|) 



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Two-Line Prc.v Trojan. 



^^ Kt 



^SPYKUS & ^OOSEaUIIxIx 




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►SS£S^ X^^GOUHT y^EEPESS^: 



^.'J^'^f^ ,>- 






ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



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MACKELIiAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



^ONAPTIC, ;jjELTIC 'Qe^NATE, ^C. 



Minion Monastic, No. 2. 



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Two-Line Minion Monastic, No. 2. 

iBOWEJ^ED '^OTTAGE AMONG ^HRUBS AND ^LOWERS 
J^ESTLED IN )/eRNAL TjLORY 






liONG Primeh Monastic, No. 2. 

*2T^i* *^* O^ £^^ f«y^ ^^' 

^iHlTE-HAlRED ^AIDENS ANO ^jOUTHSj ANO ^REY-HAlREO JjAMES ANO ^IRES 

JReNOERED S^UPERLATIVELY ^TUN\1NG 

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Two-Line Long Primer Monastic, No. 2. 

Delaware !River„ PNEUMAxtc Railroad 



Two-Line Long Primer Celtic Ornate. 



iM^m. 



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Two-Line English Celtic Ornate. 



yyO.<z>^(^>iiD^\ 



:> csfv G^^^;^!-^^^ — ' '£V'T5>-' .-■ 



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1- c-.qJ (j>j/^ 




Four-Line Small Pica Celtic Ornate. 




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Two-Line Long Primer Cycloorapiitc. 



Two-Line Pica Cyci-ograpttic. 



m)m 



^UJ^PTUOUS §mNEI|S, feuXUIilOUS §INNEI{S 

Egohpmicaj^ Living 



IeJVT luRLIJp loop Ap loup 
&ATORIiVL iJuEE]N[ 



Two-Link Long Primer Ornamented, No. 14. 



iiiSttf ii* ft f t$*f i$ 



,«s 



efei. 



^-RIZZLIEK AND COLDSNAP, MLABOKATE POREST ^EhECORATOKS 



Two-Line Brevier Monastic, No. 3. 



|nfaj>(tp' Squall? a^jd Politicians' ^^rawls 

pREVAILINQ J|0FiTH-]PL0WER3 



Two-Line Long Primer Mona.stic, No. H. 

7rADE "VyilNDg A]MD pF^ICES fluRRENT 
pE/D fALfA ^HlfTIJNQS 



Two-Line Pica Monastic, No. 3. 



-GrU^IBLINQ JiupBANDg, IpEEVIgH fllgTI^EggES, I,NEB[^IATE ^EI^VAf^Tg 



MACKBLLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN. 



SANSOM street. PHII^ADKI.PHIA. 



Edson ^nd Monastic Shaded, 



Nonpareil Edson. 

MIDNIGHT INTEBNJTIONil CONGSBSS IT GBOWIETBM 

SDSJBCT m DISCDSSION 

SUGGESTIONS FOR TIB REGDLATION OF JEIINE NOCTDHJl GITHEBINGS 

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Bbevier Edson'. 



immn umm icoDismoif 

SUJSEQPIT mm II THE MEEEl Of JICK TIE ffllT-KIHES 

nuwm 



Long Primeb Edson. 

mmm kiiist bishice 

LraUIK, MimK, BITIK, FLOiTISe, PljTIK, BUEEOfll 
MIKS OF THE YISITIE COIIITTEE 
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Pica Edson. 



Two-Line Beevier Edson. 



muim BT iiPEffiim spoetsiei 



SEiifS FlITTII mm TIE 
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Two-Ltne Pica Edson. 

siiiii mm ID mmwi 



Mil' DiSSMEES 



Two-Line Great Primer Edsost. 



^mwi 



7 
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ni( 



1 Uiii/l 



nnrn 



TA 

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lIIv 



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iriiuiiviuijj 



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Gbeat Primer Monastic Shaded. 



Two-Line Pica Monastic Shaded. 



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I^'UE tjI^ASS IpWSMB IM THE pUllEHIIIE 



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Two-Line English Monastic Shaded. 




BLB 



Double Paragon Monastic Shaded. 



I 



mmJLSiTicjLL y/mm 



P©ST= 

iM oestr©tiii(S' the 



DODT IrO^UTIQ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIOURES, 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



■>.\XSn.M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



0-l37"ptic. 



Brevier Giyptic, No. 2. 

-* gTQLEX + 0R + gipRHYED *- 

iREPUTHTI0N P@^ 3©B]^IETY HND INDUgTRY 

-* THeagHND + D0LIiHRg + l^EWHRD <^ 

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Pica Glyptic, No. 2. 

INPIiaENOE-^0N-^HEHIjTH+HND+WEHIiTH^ 




Long Primer Glyptic, No. 2. 

■^ occidenthij PeTHMQIjQSYf- 
-^NHVIS^TIQN IMPR®YEMENT3*^- 

Two-Line Bbevier Glyptic, No. 2. 

BICYCLE f ©MNIBQg + C0MPHNY^' 



Two-Line Long Pbimer Glyptic, No. 2. 



4PEKHMBaL7iT0F; O0MP;^NY^ 
^i» P?lbHN<5^IN3,+ 3EDHN-OH7!II^3,+VED®OIPEDEg*- 



Two-Line Pica Glyptic, No. '1 



^MIOTIEY@a3+MEDDLINS*- 
tr^ESaLiHTINS KITCHEN DeME^TIO EOeN©MY* 



Brevier Glyptic. 




Long Primer Glyptic. 



«fWEgTjII]5g¥ER ^ ?IBBE¥, : MeNajJEjsnt^llt > REpEpBlf^jscES ^- -^f DECIPpE^IJ^tS : ^]S[CIE]SI¥ V C^B^IiI^TIC V fJ0]V[06]^ja^-?i" 

-jBE^iaTIEnL-^gT^aCTURES,: PETRIFIED :P0ETJ^¥i!. -S-^CUIlPTa^ED "f fieNeillTP^'^ 



Pica Glyptic. 



Great Primer Glyptic. 






>B]^mm^pvpmiT^]^YvM©YEMEp^ 



Two-Line Pica Glyptic. 



>^a^I0U^LY 4- DEC0K^ED -f 6^ECmN -^ PQWE^Y-^^ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths & JORDAN". 



SAN'SOM STBEKT. PHILADELPHIA. 




Nonpareil Cabalistic. 

-s- sneienT • GRearness • iRResiSTiBLY • eviDenceo -f- 

+ sieROGtYPSies + DORmanc + 

+FRaGmenT$ + of + coLossat + jTaraaRY + $anD-(?appeD + in + 0BseuRiTY-<- 

+ parmYRa's + ces^RiPcive + ppoPYLons + 

•s- GRaceHULtY » DEffORareD » »aRa(?eni? ♦ aReBiTecTURe •^ 

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LoNQ Pkimeb Cabalistic. 

-J- OLDen-cime ♦ dhuidkj ♦ emBLem? -^ 

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BaEViEB Cabalistic. 

4- monumeni? + of + FOHGorren + Buiimm-i- 

+RuineD ♦ ujG^ceRn ♦ (ficiG$+ 

-f-eviDen(jG$»OE*aBORiGinaL*inTGLLiGGn(je»anD»(jiviLizaTioin* 

+ PROGRG§?IOn + on + CBG + BA(f KOJAHD + CRACK + 
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Pica Cabalistic, 

4- GGYPCmn * 0BGLI$K3 * COOJeR * ^UBLimC -^ 

-MRGBAD + mmniGRT + UJI)I$PGR55-^ 

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Great Primeb Cabalistic. 



•^ GnTOmBIDG ♦^ RGmAin? ♦^ ♦^ PRimiTIYG ♦^ mARTYR$ -^ 

^ YOI(JGLG$? ♦ (^ACAWmBS^^ 



Two-Line Pica Cabalistic. 



^mmGRAL0GI(^AL*GnCGKPKI3G^ 

-«$iLYGR*mimnG*- ^wppgh+diggidg*- 

^GOLD^Du^c^panmnGi^ 



Two-Line Gbeat Pbimeb Cabalistic. 



^GGYPOAD^ARCIFK^G^ 
(fRGDULITYt^ -^5GRYITUDG^ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



Gkeat Pbimeb and Two-Line Pica Cabalistic used in Combination. 

«ARaBiAn»LiTGRaRY»Kemffin$* 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM 8TBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



'■"^nobbn and '0mmerian . 

Thkkk-Link Noxpabeil Knobby. "^i^JSJad^y Two-Line Pica Knobby, 

f^HT^STlC SINUOSITY 

forlorn Stva^^kvs' E«fu^-e S^^lter 

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aNNOUNC£M€NT 

Comical Scktitific Discovery 

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Thbee-Line Pica Knobby. 



Cou|)otis Uti^aid forgotten Botids 
S|)eculative ltivestm«iats 



REGISTERED. No. 9217. 




NONPAKEII, CiMMBBIAN. '•S^ITFIJI \» TlIttKK-LiNK JfiXCEI.SIOR t'lMMKKIAN. 

auRiSPj^u DEUCE OF THE :flBYSSiijMijs (J^J SGEI^ES OQ THE DARK GOI^Tir^Er^T 

SflnlTflRY flOD POLICE flKSAnGEmEnTS OF THE CITY OF BOIJDfll^ _ _ _ 

' ^' 7. ( 3( ( ' ^ ! U>flI>DERII>GS 1I> THE FOOTSTEPS OF ADlfEnTURERS 

PECULIfli^ITIES OF Cl^I{I)IRAIi PUIJISHHIEIJTS 

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Pica Cimmerian. i Three-Line NoNr.vREii. Cimmerian. 

/i^Ei^iGflQ ST/iTiSTiGS TRAILED CHKIKEIJ 

I^PROl/ED FACILITIES FOI^ BUSINESS GJR/lSSttOPPEl^ SUi/lLLOUill^G 

Two-Line Pica Cimmkkian. 

UifllTIQC FOI^ SUQRISE IQ THE ftS^mVL 



TiiKEE-LrNE Pica Cimmerian. 



PERErjIJML l/E<5ETj5BLE ^SI^OUiTH 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



Three-Link Nonpareil and Two-Line Pic.'l C'immeriax in Combination. 

SUi/lRTHl/ILLE Lflfl^PBkACK ^fllJUF/lCTORY 



MACKKI-LAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, .i(i« SANSdM STRKKT, lMIlI.AJ>K.I.ril ] A. 




Fancy Celtic. 




Thbee-Line Nonpareii, Fancy Celtic. 



liipiP liiiip iliiilifl lEillli 
[mproYed lanufacturing Irocesses Magnificent textile irnamentatioii 

iandkerchief itudies fponi |embrandt 
iog=llanket landscape Sardens and ieartii=lug Menageries 

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Two-Line Pica Fancy Celtic. 



iGventli lonthli] lepoit Income and Ixpenditure 

leekli] iividend and Itock iisMbution 

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Theee-Ltxe Pica Faxcv Celtic. 



IP. 



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iiTir^:4l^ 



PV=iL.t?l 



B iBffifffll 



fndustrious lusband frugal lousewife 

aternal iepositorg of iecrets 

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MACKELLAB, SMITHS i JORDAN, 376 ' SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



^TendrilisndiMinster^ 



LONS Pbimer Tendkil. 



^tnmacli belEctation 

Sufistantial liuncIiEons, '^sxie 0nniIiinEnts, DElicate ]V(ciicEaux 

\'p\Y 5atEntE3 DESigns in Appls Dumplings 




Pica Tendrij^. 



€iiicumYallatoi!y ^anflEiiings cE Jfyporfionfliiiacs 
Deflicatefl to J^eiiyous ^^Eiiipatetics 



Great Primer Tendril. 



l^lHgEllatciiy, Pugilistic, iDuelistic, Jfcmiciflal, ^uiciflal, Mcnsoijial, financial 

YaluafilE tn ^!^ai|pEi|s anfl jV[En-afinut-tnwn 



Two-Line Pica Tenbbii.. 



JVI'onning JfeaiJacIjE an5 BijEal^ast-MafilE ^nappisl^nESS 



Long Pbimeb Minsteb. 

■f^ompiled for the u6e of 

Jhrenologi6t4, Spiritual |^edium6, (^lairvogant6, Si6ionarie4 

-fiolitioal ^andidate6 and |Koquaciou6 0o44iper6 

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Pica Minster. 



'iiopocatepetl IJriving Joiii''^t'i*'<!> |ndu6trial Machinery 
^M tna Rooking for purope 
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Great Primer Minster. 



■5- -e^ 

lodthumoud Jeputationd peneered over Jife'd ^tained and ^ottt^ Surface 
40ombdtone-ljiographtj bel^ing^Jvert^da^ -^erformanced 



Two-Line Pica Minster. 






an^i^acking gountrtj pupboard^ for feandmother^' platters 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS i& JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILA DET-PHIA. 



J)sDO SHP "^mmiE^ 



PICA DADO. •■«J^" '-'•^ TWO-HNE BKEVIEE DADO. 




-H- pgeELL^]\lEOiJ^ * ODDii'iEg -si- ^'^b ""^* I'j^EOI^El'lC •{• ^^fl^OplOlVEy 



• * I^ecoIIections * of * Protracted * Arctic + Explorations -s* 
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••^* Rummer •> I^esidences -t- iii <• the -t- ]V[ouii1:ains -^- 
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Two-Line Pica Dado. 



^^ Betting •> ori -t- Elections -h- -^^ Gorneping •> the -t- JVEaul^et *^- 



Two-Line Gueat Primer Dado. 



4»Partisaii •t-'factics -t- of -t- Political •> I^ingsters 



Pica Binglet. Tmn»W'y*mnEs^ Three-Line Nonpareil Ringlet. 



Infepmafeien ffiaRufe©feuped fe© Suit sjipade 




msaK Emmm^ mmsum ^^av £M¥MffiRMIi GMRSE^ 



G;@BlP©lIiBg FlanelaFY M@lii©Fis 



Two-Line Pica Ringlet. 



Safeheped fr§m tehe G®ypfes §5 0pienbal E*®1ieRbates 



Three-Line Pica Ringlet. 



Gat/'aliepS i^ fEaPlial Bypbelsws 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Steneil-GothiE, Ghaneel and J^onlsish. 



[Patented and registered.) 



Pica Stencii^Gothic. 






Pica Stencil-Gothic, No. 2. 






Thkee-Line Nonpabeil Stencil-Gothic. 



WAWERII^G Blif F®l^¥lil^AiPE 



Thbee-Line iExcEi^ioR Chancel. 




REGISTERED, No. 24,026, 



Pica Chancel. 



ImpFoued Deuiees EffeEtually Obstpueting Jublie and jFiuate Business 
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Three-Line Nonpareil Chancel. 



5noi?l^er|, Spinnepf and Expert Gati^her^ 



Euggestiue ^ints Jpomoting ^earthstone GheeFfulness 
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Two-Line Pica Chancel. 



J^igMli] foraging gamble; 



Three-Line Pica Chancel. 



Indullriou^ and Sl^illed JVIei^hanii^j 



Thbee-Line Nonpareil Monkish. 

GEOLOEIGIL LABYRINTHS 
in pennsijlYania Mines i 

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REGISTERED, No. Z4„02S. 



Two-Line Pica Monkish. 



TOXICOLOGIGAL 
Vejetable ^ Minepal Antidotes 

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Three-Line Pica Monkish. 





The Comstoek Gold ^ SiiveF Mininjl Eompanji 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



THE MACKELLAB, SMITHS i& JORDAN CO. 



ANSOM street, PIIILADKLPHIA, 



Campanile and Greenback, 



Long Fbimeb Campanile. 

-^SOLUTION * OF * PROBLEMS * AND * PERPLEXITIES *~ 

-oApplicants EQligbtened on all Questions of Law, Morals, Science, Philosopliy: 

-^Literature t Mechanics i Politics -t Art ^ Love t and i Religion'«- 

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Gbkat Pbimsb Campanile. 

-^BEAUTIFUL xFLOREME^- 

Bells Ringing Merrily in Festive Seasons^-^ 
•^Ivy-covered Towers of Merrie England-^ 




Pica Campanile. 



■^GRAGKSMAN + LISHTFINGER i & + GOMPANY«< 

•^Appropriations made and Valuables Transferred with Expeditions^ 

-^Business * Transactions * Strictly * Gonfidentials^ 

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Two-Line Pica Campauiie. 



-^•EDITORIAL aODRESS^- 

-^^Somfort and Refinement Precurson^- 

•^•Profitable Intellect*^ 



Two-LrsE Geeat Primer Campanile. 



-^LATTER~DAY+ EXgRESGENffi^ 
-^^Professional ^ Personators ^ and ^ Signature ^ Imitators^^- 



Pica Greenbace:. 



In^eelcBta&k H@1i@tl@ l@ilni@n 




Great Primer Greenback. 



<^W^ 



ijiiiiiitiii 



Two-Line Shali. Pica Gkeenback. 



liiliifiii 






Two-Line English Greenback. 






Two-Line Geeat Primer Greenback. 



Double Paragon Greenback. 




inip)lfk MlmMm§ 




Immmmmsi 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



lADIATED IIB FRANKLIR SHUED. 



Great Primer Frantcltx Sgujded. 

f 1®111 infills 

®r©M® ffltlOTMH Bill 




Two-Line Small Pica Fbanklix Ssased. 



.^M 



Wm 



mi 
iDMiii Imist® 

ass i8®f m 



TWO-LXNE SXGUSH FRA2?KLIS SHADED. 



liilllll ©lillll] 



MfTmmT^g 



■mmmm^ Wmsfe 



Two-Llne Small Pica Radiated. 



Two-Line Snglisk Radiated. 




mmWmmmmmmm 



Double Paragon Radiated. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAS, SUHTHB a JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET PHILADELPHIA. 



filSEi CLQISTEI SilDEi, 



Bbevteb Conbensed Cloister Shaded. 

©FFICIIi e^'IDE TO lESTFlL COHTEKT 

PSTIIITOWI, IffiMESSlIllE. IIB w/i 

PEIFECT SlFETf OTIMITEEl 

Pica Condensed Cloister Shaded. 



iw/anapLM cu 




TIEE 



Long Primer Condensed Cloister Shaded. 

lOUBLE-Q^ICI lOiTE TO TIE M 
IT C0IC1IS TI10WI TO 
THE SClEiiLE SHE 
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Great Primer Condensed Cloister Shaded. 



Two-Line Small Pica Condensed Cloister Shaded. 



IISIIESS-MII'S CeiSTllT ISPIllTIOl 
IIIB 0F Til CLISS 



Two-Line !Enqlish Condensed Cloister Shaded. 



WISIIIQTOIIII flTMlITIOlS 



WlITlll PIOPICT 



Two-Line C4reat Primer Condensed Cloister Shaded. 






IPEITIIL METBJPOUTII 

IB mil 



Double Paragon Condensed Cloister Shaded. 



LIMI 





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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKEfJ.AK. HMITHS A JORIiAN. 



SAXROM street. PHILADKLPHIA. 



€L©IST1B SM1.D1D. 



Bbevier Cloister Shaded. 

3)11 THE Aiei.II® IPlHll 
€ALOTLATI©M m TMl BAY'S (S0@I 

UlCIPHllAlLl A€€©TOiTS 
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Pica Cloibter Shaded. 

BIBB©©]! QTOTJ.IMS 

QUIET MIMD, QO@D C©liS€IlM€l 

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liONG Primer Cloister Shaded. 



HOMl JIMUSIMIITS 
SK1L1T01S Mi THE €L0S1TS IXOHCIS 
1XPB1SSI01S OF TIMDIEMESS 
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Great Primer Cloister Shaded. 



OUTEB-BAIMEMT 

COUBTESY, KIMDUMESS 

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Two-Line Small Pica Cloister Shaded. 



PATIIMCI, COHTlHTIilHT, SILIMCE 

KITCHEM FIXIMQS 



Two-Line English Cloister Shaded. 



mefimemeht: 



fj4Lm. ^f, 



FJIML 





Two-Line Great Primer Cloister Shaded, 



GOOD'TEM 



^\i3)l^\' 





r;!/ 




.\^=r^\i 








Double Paragon Cloister Shaded. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS Jt JORDAN, 



SANHOM STRKKT, PHILADELPHIA. 




■^pteelplate ^othic. 



Pica Steelplate Gothic. 




immimmwLY imMimLm mmmmwrnmrn 



f 



Thkeb-Line Nonpareil Steelplate Gothic. 



Emimm miwEimmE 



Two-Line Pica Steelplate Gothic. 



iiif illBi Pi^®¥!liliiE 

mmmfmmmwm iiffljEiBiiiie iiiNWiiiiiiiiiiMiiNf 



^sr <^:^. <2ia»' ^'iS.'.^ 









Thbee-Line Pica Steelplate Gothic. 



Nlifll^! 



■iS!' far l?i;-^:^»- %,:^»- ^^^^ x.sgs' 



P^ 



^MmWr 



AUL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES, 



/oru 



Ui'iSL'^' 






MACKELLAB, smiths (fe JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Goppeupkte, 



Qlyptic Shaded. 







liONG PRIMKR COPFEKl'I-iATK. 



Great Primer Copperplate, 



Two-Line Pica Coi'I'ER plate. 




Nonpareil Glyptic Shadej>. 

J g 3 4 g @ ^ S 9 

Pica Glyptic Shaded. 

P aw 




■^^ 



ThUeE-LINE EXCKIiSIOR GLYPTIC yHAIiKJ), 

IPEJIMKP + HJSD + PiEOR'll,W-WnBl£M^p 
I i g 4 § i t S ® 

1%REE-LINK ]VONPABEIL GLYPTIC t;>HADED. 



¥mm 



mM 



BPMP 



Two-Line Pica Glyptic Shaueh. 





THEEE-IiiNE Pica Glyptic Shaded. 








MB-®©CIPB* 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



JKELLAB, smiths <V JORDAN, 



SANSOM STItEET, IMIILADELPHIA. 



TS-A-JDI-A-nSTT. 



Pica Radiant. 

111111 Flllllll 

mm iffsfi!! WW- 




Two-Jjixk Pica Radiant. 







^S* 



Twn-LixK (trbat Primer Radiant. 



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, vc^wWWWW A\W\\\W 




Pica Eadtaxt, No. 2. 



Great Primer Radiant, No. 2. 



111 MMB llMSlillSl IWail 



nil ©Mil 



111 



Two-TjIne Pica Radiant, Xo. 2 



Two-IjTNE Great Primer Kadiaxt, No. 2. 








m. 



11 









ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES 



T/ie Radiant is furnished with an appropriate space, to be used when required after the kerned letters A, F,l ', V, li ' and V. 



MACKELLAR, smiths & JORDAN, 



S^VNSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Brevier Cameo. 
Pica Cameo. 




Long Pkimer Cameo. 






Great Primer Cameo. 






Two-Line SMAXii, Pica Cameo. 






Two-Line Enslish Cameo. 



S'^fSSM"© WMSl ^M^H^ 



Brevteb Plaxn Skadk. 



Pica Plain Shade. 









Long Primer Plain Shade. 




EMM Ilf BM'S^W^'UWU^mwmT 



Great Primer Pj-ain Skade. 



TMM WWBVIM^'B W^M 



BXr' 



Two-Line Smali^ Pica Plain Shade. 



IC^B^SfCEI ®F ^'5JTK©M1TX 



IB®lf CKk^D ®mTMB 



Two-Line English Plain Shade. 




SM^XI 



m 




I 



w 



mmTMTn'm 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



>rACKELI..AB. SMITHS <fi JORDAN. 



SANSOM street. PHILADELPHIA. 



-t^miz&wnh-i- 



Pica Horizontal. 




-J-jaeNUfJEN'F^li*^ 






Great Primer Horizontal. 



^^■)2]p©a^aa nmsm?©®.©^ ©^assMq 



Two-IiiNE Pica Horizontal. 



l^ia3e^3i^3 ^1^919^13 %^Qisa!p!^9 'WiMmmm&% W^^mi^ 



Two-Line Great Primer Horizontal. 



ia®®»aa IDaaroi 



Pica Monumental. 



IF©ip3I1®iiis ILo© SIii®a'©s siindl SoomcBs ®i2 IMcdikp®!? 
SacDsransr (DcBcsaiai^s S[I®aitpaii2mIl fficBCQUiacBim 



Great Primer Monvmental. 



IBIEMKDKII^irilSIlKKB 



Two-Line Pica Monumental. 






Two-Line Great Primer Monitmental. 







ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAB, SMITH.S A JORDAN, 



^AN'ifiM STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



Caxtonian. 



---^"-li^' 



NONPABBrL Caxtonian. 
?&erEi%9^etes9 f^o^ Faii.in.g t© Sera 




Brevier Cajxtonian. 

ManmfaetHrers of 
for Sattox^, Memdteaats, Fre^tiglato?s, 

Sheysf^ea aad KetmEoed 'jravelleES 



Long Primer Caxtonian. 

j®v©mll©§ Surfeited! ^atiailt®TO8lj 



Pica Caxtonian. 

¥it@Mmmm @f MmwtMm WwmmiQ>mm ^Mim. 



Gbeat Pbimer Caxtonian. 






Two-Line Pica Caxtontax. 



*.^s^v 






Two-Line Gbeat Pbimeb Caxtonian. 




c 









I *=■ 



mi 



MACKKLIiAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Wm2(SWS &Mm M®m^MmB<^'&m<, 



Two-Link Small Pica "Unique, No. 2. 



MM? in's MUM nm^ 

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Two-Line English Unique, No. 2. 



mm mmm . 

roo^m|-np &an3fatl|ep'^ (^urion^ Qflilitie 



Two-Line Great Primer Unique, No. 2. 



mm%i m m tmm 

fiooJ (^hilflreii ||arly Mafle ^n^el^, ttje %^fiV^ ^ervant^ (^entennarian^ 



Two-Ltne Small Pica Unique. 



IWftfll 



11 




Two-Ltne Engllsh Unique. 



ffd^l 



mmm 



lil^ie^Sit 



I J 
[llll®^ fiF Snillilll 



Two-Ltne Great Primer Uniqt'e. 



oHm 




rm 



iW 



eeuii f 



JittWt 



ni^fj 



Two-Line Small Pica Romane-sque. 







Two-Line English Romanesque. 



iaiiip^ 




frobcbr of |eononiij's JeeumufoHons ||ufoniaHe ^ouseefedning Ila^ine 



TWO-IjINE GkEAT PbiMER ROMANESQIT,. 




iffii; 










[cig^Bourf^ UssoeiaKon ^or ^ommon ProtceKon 



.mackeli^b; smiths a Jordan, 



sANsriit street. PHILAPKT,PHIA, 




mil 



Gbeat Pkimer Phidian. 



iiiiii ifiiii 



riiPfi 



||sMlami sS Ikissi^, |ikm^ li |lla|ne, |iU||a!i|i@£ ^imm 



Two-Line Smali, Pica Phidian. 



miii im will 



D0UBI.E Paragon Phidian. 









imm 




If' 



Two-Line English: Phidian. 



*|||f^ «"•"" 




II 



m 



^n 



likk% |iiiija-|llp| 



5jWMj5j^ 



Two-Line Great Primer Phidiak. 

^^lil MiliS! 

$ mi jif 




Four-Line Pica Phidian. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS cfe JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



-A.3ynEi5ic-<^iNr- 



Long Pkimer American. 

leptatiftES Fosnisiei (e teier 
AbhwII E©8»Ets ligeaiwsly C(0)l«i«l tat SpecnlatiY© Mmk 
ImpeimeaHe Witewssli hi Umw,ittMn 




IM 



Pica American. 



mimm 



Ml 



Great Primer American. 



iff nil ilil 




Two-Line Pica American. 



I 



®„ 'i^ » 



Two-Line Great Primer American. 




I 



® 



HMili iiii 







B 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELI.AR, SMITHS dt JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Pica Philadelphian. 



KODIEM ^eEIOilllMi 




Two-Line Small Pica Philadelphian. 



GBEAT PbIMEB PHILADELPHIAJy'. 



Kal; (Mm^ An 



Two-IiiNE English Philadelphia n. 



_ [oiripiriMg 



iA\MEJM>m ma> 



MLMDMi 



Two-Line Gbeat Fbihbb Philadelphian. 




tBDia 10 



.^;«!K]En^¥9 



fH 





®w©iifflffi Wwmi 



Double Paragon Philadelphian, 




len iffinsi 






^Mafmu>)Mm 




feif#lllrf 



Four-Line Pica Philadelphian. 



llSlWtfcllfl 



Mm 








b#v 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



t 






w 



Two-IiiNE Pica Relievo, No. 2. 

noafelLB 





...S=^5iO>^3- 









-15^ ■ 






^^^1 



Great Primer Relievo, No. 2. 



^mmf^^ mmmmm^^mmM^m.^m^ 



w 




fHiiiJ 



DoTTBLE Paragon Relievo, No. 2, 




In order to preserve an unbroken shade effe£l, the founts contain duplicate letters, V, W, Y: also, tivo left-hand circular end ornaments. 



mm 



mm 



Two-Line Pica Relievo. 






d^ Two-Lute Great Primer Relievo. & 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



\ X. 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STREET. PIIII.ADELPKIA. 



l^mmmmm'w. 







Two-LiXK Pica Aruoret. 




REGISTERED, Nd. 6joi. 



mm\LBmmmmmj]Bmm&mmm 



M^ 



^^ 



^^ 



« 




^RR LNG iWNESl 



•"sS^^- 



itEliRliUfcsSlflMBS 



-f^u 



4l& 




fRT^EKlli 



)f^^^- 



wmmmmm mmmmmm. 





wmmmmmMmm. 






."^itC-'-'^i^-'^'^i^-- 



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aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!:; 

|: Ghapacteps purnished Witli the pounts, 

8 9 17 IS 20 

a 42 



21 40 41 38 



nlliiilliililllllllllllllllilllllllllllllillllliiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii; 




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EDinSfiilERS 







FR Yl N B*P1N n Efl tERliRJ\l i IGLD Di^f INKSRS 



7 



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COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



3ANSOM STREKT. PHII.A DKLPHI A. 



/4i»3P©(iiiire 






Three-Line Pica Arbokkt. 




Registered, No. 6ior. 




:^^ 



;»>: 1^^. WM 




COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKSLLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN', 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADEJ.PHl \ 



Pica Arbobet, No. 2. 




^mAmpj 



6 5 4 3 12 15 18 26 25 




Registered, No. 22,316. 



31 28 



^? M »^ ,«% 



Three-Line Noxpabeil Arbobet, No. 




'^Mi¥^mt 



Two-liNE Pica Aeeobet, No. 2. 



€iiei 



.^1 



^ 







2'^ 21 20 19 1 2 IS 18 26 25 



r i^ f i vs GJ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



27 



24 29 30 31 



f^ 9ff'^ 






THE MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN CO. 



SANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPU I V. 



I)RNAMENTAL ^YPES. 



English Orxamkxted, No. 4. 



Great Pkimek Oknamexted, No. 15. 



IM 



Two-Line Sm:ai.l Pica Ornamented, No. 18. 



Ml 



im 



Two-Line Small Pica Minaret. 



Two-Line English Minaret. 




Two-Line Great Primer Minaret. 







Canon Minaret. 





B)l^ 











m 









mM 



-W)mh-M 




jtlnwk\ <*Sisl\ \Ei«sll ^MJi 



'ml 
mm 



Two-Line English Moribco. 






Double Paragon Morisco. 






Two-Line Great Primer Morisco. 




^M€SiMiai 



Four-Line Pica Morisco. 




[THE MORISCO ALSO FURNISHED FOR PRINTING IN COLOUKS.] 



Two-Line Great Primer Byzantine. 

[Patented Dec. 1,1668.] 





^^S^ 2^^ a^^ '^^S*^ 









JiKr.'K X'-T \«l 





® ^7 5> 



^it®mi Blmil ^Fitmisli 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



French (tlaren5on ShabeCi. 



Long Primer Fbench Cimrendon Shaded. 

gram SISQRTS IDE i?lEIiil¥ 
as |met fallip M the tetle 

1 i 3 4 5 5 r e e @ 

Engush French Clarendon Shaded. 

ifiii 410111 f 11 wmm 

te|g @| Ihi §@ii ill 1 

Two-LrNE Smaxx Pica French Clarendon Shaded. 




rifiiiii m% 
lamiig DmigM f®i lit?? lii 



11411 



Pica French Clarendon Shaded. 

I f0 fli sjjyjj 



x^cmsiflii f0 fli Mi 



Slaits iHif ii||gf ill litems liltei iriikfast 
Iii4iifli@ 

Great Primer French Clarendon Shaded. 



f SlWlIll u 



rsoiLii 




Two-Line English French Clarendon Shaded. 

if BMf 1 Of OllOEM 

iiltli @ilil 
M if Piiii t@ leif i 



i .^'p^iilt! 



ii\ 



Two-Line Great Primer French Clarendon Shaded. 

Pill i4f le Tiiiiii 

5 il@wi f Ifiiffl i? 



ij llliit( 



Double Paragon French Clarendon Shaded. . 



Oiiff lilli illlilOOl 




nm$j 



Four-Line Pica French Clarendon Shaded. 




Tiiiii teiif^e liapii fiiiiii 



ALL COMPLETE V/ITH FIGURES. 



MACKELT^R, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



NoNl'AKaSII. FllANCONIAN. 

ttlBSliT mPOKTAK HO eiPIMHSIS 

Qltance ioi Moneyel Fiisiss 

Very Fcepossessing Youag Man vitib PitscessiTe Man Proffieis bU Services 

JicciEstiosiet tff GvntEaUing Oil eenMemen ot Se&iLs 

12S«567890 



l-iREVIKil FRANCONIAN. 

llfllilYE BUSINESS liQWIilEE 

Untottniei Issiraice 

ixc&Ilent Oasli-BQofc leeper n Good! Seneral Business Manager 

Accomplisliei ¥o,«ng ladies' Cftaperan 

Ii3i56?890 



ricA Franconian. 



m SHSif §®IiIBliJ 
iisilisl Iiceitives 
Excessive Poiteess for liloii and Passioi 



T\\(»-I.ixi-: Smat.t. Pica LrTHOGRAriTrf, 



KXGLTSH LlTKOGRAPHir. 

E-H©W1 Mlillllli 

Two-Link Enqi^isk I.iTiToanAPHif. 



oo» 



11 



ih; 



IlFFllIlI 



.rtw§, jrrmtii ami mtmei 

Two-Jji>fK Great Pkimer LiTiroGRAPHic. 

eiifiiiiii 




Double Paragon Lithographic Shaokd. 



lillUllAl 
Siililif ®i ta feiallli llitk 



Two-Line Pica Orxamexted, No. 27. 

WIMi Tivn Sein nf CapitnlH, 




I34SS78 



Five-Line Minionette Ornamented. 

With Two SelH of Cai.ilBl9. 









n3®.»^fc^ 






s^JJril-'^'/i 



mm 



IV- 






mOilL iiftil flF TH 










ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MAC'KKT.T^AK, N.\nTirs ,v JOUHXX, 



3\NSOM STKKKT, PHILADELPHIA, 



Brkvieb Lithographic Slope. 

BBNiTliBMENm FUBmBMmQB 




Ol^mm BBseQhn Garrset Gomdweh sm§ Mmmmus 



tgW4§§7'S 



Pica Lithogeaphic Slope. 



PAMXiSWM TAMXiEAWM 

^rimm ^mwmt,, WMiw Fmwi 



LoNGf Pbimeb Lithogkaphic Slope. 



FEMMIME WEQiW^BEAVI 



ParfseiMm &i FittMg 

English Lithogeaphic Slope. 



WEIWm MBWBMMMT 



Gkeat Primer Lithographic Slope. 



^Twm 



M&WmlEWfM 



Two-Line Small Pica Lithographic Slope. 



mmEwmTmmm wFTmm&wiwmM 

P'Brw©FM0 Im§lmmimm mm§ Mm§g@M MtFmMM§Mtim 

TM&BMgm TMmmdi^mi,^ &t@Btogm MMmMbf^ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES, 



SIACKELLAR, smiths (t JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 






Bbeviee Oblique Shaded. 



Pica Oblique Shaded. 



iWS4S§T8S^§ 



Long Pbimeb Oblique Shaded. 



Gbeat Pbimer Oblique Shaded. 



TimwM pMPMm Pb^mi, 

i 



Two-Line Small Pica Oblique Shaded. 



CITIMSM TMMPMYBMi. 



WMfrmiV MfC 






SMJ 



Two-Line English Oblique Shaded. 






Sm^riM^ €MSMmm^* Bswm^cMTmMk 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MAOKELLAK. SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Italic Inlaid and Title Italic Open. 



Nr)NpARKii, Tjtlf, Italic Op].-.n. 

TMNnM:K€IBS OW MVMAN IN€IjIMATIONS 

Croxsgrai/ned I^erversity^ knurling Moorishtieas^ Obxtmate MMM^hnesff 

Wools JBestrewi'ng their Meds with Nettles 



Long Primkr Titj^k Itaf-tc Open. 



FLOCKS OF MMEDIjMBB 8MMMP 



Follow Youm ILmadmjr 



Gr'kat Primer Title Italic Open. 



KITCHEN HALLS 



re 



t> ft e 



MULER OF THE MOA8T 



Brevikr Title Italic Open. 

UNSETTLED MMAMT ACCOl 
JDebf-fs of Brotherly Kindness Carried to Profit and. Lnsst 
Hymmn^b Bawmmwft Coitmt 
12 3'-4K<37 8 9 



Pica Title Italic Open. 

UWDERMINEB PYMAMUDS 
Overturning^ of the Striving Manses 

BABFL of 8OCIMTY 

Two-Line Small Pica Title Italic Open. 

IMMACULATE 
tissful Dreafms of Utopia 
Cheating Obsolete 



Two-Line English Title Italic Open. 



SATANIC CONFLICTS 
Heaven's Wonder f wily -Made. Mandiworh 

Crushed and Mangled 



Long Pbimeb Italic Inlaid. 



AMMMICAW MXPOBTATIONS 

Lovers of the Antique^ Explorers of the Momantw 

1234367890 

Great Peimeb Italic Inlaid. 

KINBLINGM^OOB 
Adapted to firing Quick Tempers 




Pica Italic Inlaid. 



LUWALAND EXCURSIONS, 

Throwgh Express Line in Ten Minutes 

1234S67890 

Two-Line Small Pica Italic Inlaid. 

BANKRUPTCY 



Two-Line English Italic Inlaid. 



BMUMMELL MUBGIWS 



atrat 



iiji't:.'iii 



ALU COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths & JORDAN, 



SANSOM street. PHILADELPHIA. 



OOIsTTIIsrEniTI'-^Xj. 



LoxK Primer Contixkntal. 

WHIPPING-POST ANB PILLORY 

Ancient Cftnuinat Correctives 

Needed in Modern Times for the Promotion of Honesty 

And Personal Benefit of Plunderers 

1 3j4S6^Sgo 




Pica Continkntal. 

^iV^ PERIWIGS 



r grains, 
orw in Defence qf Liberty 



Great Primer Continental. 



^mmsv 



for 



Bodies of Brmndy Toip@rs, W^hisky Drimhers mmd Ch&fmp&gn§ GMMMier§ 



^^Tak&vs and Opiu\ 



um-MW'^f's 



Two-Link Small Pica Continental. 



\i& W^hisky^Corps^ Pom^d^rs for Remd^^ 



# 



Two-IjTNE Knolish Coxtinkxtal. 



OTTLED AMD LABELED 
^FlmwoMred Ashes, of Grmm 
SMmffim^ Anee:§irui Rmn-Mtms 



ers 



Two-LixK Grkat Primer t'()XTiN'ENTAi.. 



'MATED CHINfAMEN 

Dmst wtad^ for PhMTimmce 
A mafic s foumd Useful 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR. SMITHS A JORDAN. 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



lMlfS§®*M* 



Pica Smithsonian. 



4f Mifere md P€§k'§t BreM 
B ¥FMm wli'b ®barpj &aam 




Great Primer Smithsonian. 



mMBWMBB mvmim 

MmM 9®m §w§r 
§mUlag^ MwmMlags BtumMl 



Two-LiNic Small Pica Smithsonian. 



lag ¥§m'Siwnf®F mi ©rttf teg Hm§^Bwmf®i 



Two-Line English Smithsonian. 




Bmnwiwl Kmmk@U 



Two-IiiNE Gkeat Primer Smithsonian. 




Double Paragon Smithsonian. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths £ JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



i3>TrrEisi-.iiNrE. 




Pica Intehlimk. 



mmrjt 



iMM 



Great Primer Interi^tne. 



Two-Line Pica Tnterltxe. 



Two-Line Great Primer Interline. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths <fc JORDAV. 



SAKSOM STREET. PHILAJOKLPHIA. 



SamifTiif© WMMMmm. 



Long Primer Slantino Shaded. 

m'TTim Mimmss, §mmssb§ms wmbs 

Sesi Wsme m imisetim 
Winmtei te QMp B§piit&Usss Izts Seiaps ei Mieseaespie&l 
Mazutaetmisi it Sswspipss Sow, SMsQMewn 
US4§Sf839 



English Slanting Shaded. 




mtj ma tm ManiB 
IM§ml GsMmiM mi SMemnim with WIM SiuU 
TommmmUf Jill S&iUag, Mmi Mwaimg 
l2B4§BfB@§ 




Sudmetlm is FMtevf, F^wmmg, mM 
l2B4Bif890 



Gr"Eat Primer Slanting Shaded. 



1., 



Hi sm-§mwumm,j Fngumw m 
Ekmig§wM§i Thmtsimk 
i2B4SBfBB0 



Two-Line Small Pica Slanting Shaded. 




r STBAimf MM'SS 

*/9Ts#|jf^a#a© Ehm.^HM.& MmM^imT*^-' 



4S§f8S0 



Two-Line English Slanting Shaded. 



mLSETIAL BSEERfOmE SMAWETSD 

AbmA§i bf E§ggm'M G§m§t 
mMmmt bf MmmpkBm Wktm-Pnm 



inin^Mm 



m wj' 




l2B4BSfB9 



MACKELLAB, smiths * JORDAN. 



8ANS0M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



^Ia4 ^Mi 4xtu\ht\ and jttdit ^^'Ppwplatt 



Two-Line Smai-l Pica Black Inlaid, No. 2. 



Two-Line English Black Inlaid, No. 2. 




Two-Line Great Primer Black Inlaid, No. 2. 








mmuMff 
















nmn 



Pica Greenback, No. 2. 




Great Primer Greenback, No. 2. 



S)otfings in the 3)iary of a Cave-dineller 

Mister ColOsnap EatitrauD ^ 

Sliowing Man's Condition [Before the S)iseotiery of ?ire 

1232(367890 



3)ocumcnlapy EciBcncc 

Cohering TiBcnfy'Sccen ^crcs of foolscap 

1232I56T890 



Two-Line English: Greenback, No. 2. 



Two-Line Small Pica Greenback, No. 2. 



Jcchnical ESucafion ] ©Omcstic EcOnOHiy 

Qualifier) for Officioi Positions £it)ing in Single ^ooms 



Long Primer Italic Copperplate, 




Great Primer Italic Copperplate. 



Two-Line Pica Italic Copperplate. 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR. smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



■1 




Nonpareil OBLiftT'K. 

COMMITTEE ON CITY HYGIENE 

PROPOSAI.S INVITED 

STREET SWEEPING SEMI-ANNVAI^I^Y IMPERilTIVE 

PENSION ON EXPIRATION OF CONTRACT 

lSS4Se7S90 



Brevier Obliqi-e. 

PINE-CL,AB MOUNTAINS 

GARNERS FIELED ANH OVERFLOWING 

RIVERS, lAKES ANO OCEAN 

ISS4367S90 



Long Primer OBi.itii'K. 



CYCLOrEDI:! OF LUDICROUS MISTAKES 

QUOTATIONS MISQUOTED AND INAPPROPRIATELY APPLIED 

PHILOSOPHIC AND ANTIQUARIAN BLUNDERS 

I234SG7S90 



Pica Obliciuk. 

MULTITUniNOUS MONOPOI^IES 
LOCOMOTION BY PERSONslL PBnslNEOUS EFFORTS 

12S4SG7S90 

Grkat Primkr Obt.ique. 

MUTUAL FRIENDS 
BROTHERHOOD OF POLITICIANS 

lSS4Se7S90 

Two-TjTXK Pica Obliqt'e. 

BRIG^NTINES 
TREASURE FREIGHTER 

I234SG7890 



MACKEI.T.AR, SMITHS A- JORDAN, 



■iANS(IN[ STRKKT. PHI LAPKT.PHIA 



TK.E^SXJE.Y. 



Pica Treasury Open, 



Great Primer Treasury Open. 




Two-Line Great Primer Treasury Open. 



i/g*^? 



IzJlrv 



^. 



^. 



Pica Treasury. 



^ntcf^b^d ^qm^iifl o, 'falling $eMk 




Great Primer Treasury. 



Two-Line Smai^l Pica Treasury. 









Two-LxNE Engi>ish Treasury. 






Two-Line Gbeat Phimeh Teeasijey. 






ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MAf'KELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, J'lIII.ADEI.PHIA. 



;H)^©ii). 



NosfPAREii. RouxD Shaded. 

Wft® stands %a SBfweipjf Beicfes needs weU fee sfeei 
Qiidigent & U^vigEtt's @i%s<i»nit~@<i>mf'eHeii>s 

Bkkviek Round Shaded. 



Pica KorND Shaded. 

(^@ii§©i]ie«©i & mumm 

English Round Shaded. 

©@ildl©cii ©B©ititTiliii§§ at Twifilf &Bt 

Y@Mni§ Hans, ©@ W©§t 



NoNPABEii. Eouu-D Shaded, No. 2. 

©a®WS?tIT & WHMKILS. ®M(3©5Sl®(fflSTSB§ 

WJmii SiuSSs SJiB Wmii shoBliil llns Ills IPaSs -svliJi aOamanS 

Msi^insg & Samgaraa, Pori-IPJiaslclflns 

■] 2 § 4 S S 3 3 D ® 



Brevier Eound Shaded, No. 2. 



-]iS<aS®^®®© 



Pic.-v Round Shaded, No. 2. 






English Round Shaded, No. 2. 






Two-LiXB English Bound Shaded, No. 






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Pica Tuscan Shaded, No. 4. 



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Great Primer Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 



iriss«B®ri©r©i iltssf 



Two-Line Pica Tuscan Shaded, No. 3. 



;®eiitiii if ©ilietiMi litiil itofratiiili 



llSISIIil® 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



O i^ I^^.^k. 3iv£ E 3^ a? E :n. 



Pearl ExTRXDiED SliAUKn. 



Brevier Extenhkd Shaded. 



Long Primer Bxtendpjd 8hadej>. 






Two-TjIne Nonpareii-. Ornamented, No. 2;i. 



Sialtt©i. fffosa ■'©wkosa M®we»s, Bleeding Sk^mfcs, aad F>ag3 

Is Bskilaratlmg, ami, wbt-j Befcesklaff 
t i « 4 S f© 7 S t © 



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Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. ;^i. 



MOGK THRTLS SOUP 

Skimming lik^ Tadpoles in Mdlow Mapsh^s 
Bewitching Dolphins 



Great Primer Ornamented, No. 18. 



liSf QW 1 €1A1€1 



MSSlWMlWS 






Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 32. 




Two-Line English Ornamentejj, No. 26. 




Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. li. 



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MACKELI.AR, smiths 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



TwoLixE English Tt'scax Shaded, No. 3. 



Follipata's Plsitep for S 

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iidg^eons 



T\ro-IiixE English Ornamented, No. iti. 



Paragon Ornamented. 



ESSENCE m mwmm 

Bmu Warranted Bialiolicallj EffectiTe 



Bsefi for Magsify inf Failts 



Two-Line Great Primer Obnamknted, Xo. 17. 




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Two-LrsTE Small Pica Orxamknted, No. 21. 







TirREiii-Lr?fE Small Pica OBXAMESfXED, No. 2. 

WWV 1 ft B(ff fj»( 



ita4Si? 



Four-Line Small Pica Ornate, 




DBK^MD Miu 



Two-Line Brevier Ionic Shaded. 
Two-Line Great Pbimeb Ionic Shaded. 



Two-Line Pica Ionic Shaded. 



iAf 1 »i mm 



Caxox Ionic Shaded. 



Imfmllifel 




!wi© iarnival 



FrvE-LisTE Pica Ionic Shaded. 




rnaai© BiiiRstl 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSON STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 




Long Primer Opaque Siiai>ed. 

MOMEST FEOPli,E-SERYERS 
113€5©r8 8)0) 



Pica Opaque Shaded. 






Grkat Primer Opaque Shaded. 






Two-Line Small Pica Opaque Shaded. 



social*. C'CJ^I^'rUME 






iia#s@rsp@ 



Two-Line English Opaque Shaded. 




MACKELLAK, SMITHS <ft JORDAN. 



sansom street, PHTLADELPHTA. 



Celtic Shaded and Ornamented. 



OKEAT PRIMEP. CeT^TIC SlXGLF, SHADE. 



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'WHITE MAr" 
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Twn-LiNE Smali, Pica Celtic Sinqlk Shade. 

T0ADIEDOM 



Two-Line EngTvIsh Celtic Single Shade. 








AUTIFUL AHOHBU 



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Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No, 24. 
[Patented July i, 1S73.] 



UMMS^ MiHSifil HW-IBMri 



^ ^fUlsif fite3ifi][]i§ m Mmmiifu ILiiiiiiiiiliiiiig &kmk 

fmim^i Cry/itoli 



5^cf^^f|1?f^f^f^ F^S 



Great Primer Celtic Sttadf.d. 



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Two-Link Smalt, Pica Celtic Shaded. 

۩ROMET 
NOBLE SPIRI 

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Two-Ltnk English Celtic Shaded. 



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SAXSOM STRl'IET, I'TTILADELrHrA. 






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Two-Link Pica Fresco. 



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Thrkr-Ltn'e Pica Fbksco. 



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MACKELLAR, SMITHS ik JORDAN, 



SAXSOM STREKT, PHILAnKT.iMTTA. 



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Pica Ruskin. 



UNIQUE MISKIK, TASTE'S TWlMt 
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SAPDNAGEDUS^mmE-BlOWE 



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Great Primeb Ruskin. 



TEIEPMOTG MMMY EXPIOSIVES 
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Two-Link Pica Ruskin. 



LEASING bit: 



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Two-Line Great Primer Ruskin. 




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-VACKKI^LAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



>;AXSO>r RTRF.KT. PHILADELVHIA. 



ICl'l 



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Registered. No. 6104. 



Three-Line Nonpareil Medallic. 



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Two-LiNB Pica Medallic. 



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Three-Line Pica Mbdallic. 









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SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 






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Two-Link Brevier PiIjIgree. 






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Other sizes shown on the folloiving fiage . 



13 9 10 

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7 4 1 



Pica Aquatint. 




Great Primer Aquatint. 



fea|||-ipm| linlMi til MitoM 



Two-Line Pica Aquatint. 






Two-Line Great Primer Aquatint. 



imMraiWWMI 



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iiMMUMMift 



jffiiflillfifflift SmaBMim 



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MACKELLAR, SMITHS &. JOKOAN, 



sANSdSr STRKKT, PHIl^DKLPHIA. 




Two-Ltne Long Primer Filigree. 







^Jgi^iiigi@i8g^iM iMl ^Meij,^ 



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1 4 7 



11 12 

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10 



15 17 18 16 

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Two-Line Pica Fit.,igbee, 




Four-Line Pica Fit.igree. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHH ct JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




FofB-LiNE Pica Mortiski>. 



A 



NILINE COLORS 

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p^GRAYEB 



lELD SPORT. 

Opening Day of the Featherston 
Cricketers, Saturday, October 2d. 
Games of all kinds permitted on 
the outskirts of the Campus. 




ERINTER 
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Illustrating the eccentri- 
cities of all the great men 
of the Nineteenth Century. 



UEER DOINGS! 



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The only known protection against 
marauders of the night, 

ODENTISM! 

Warranted either to cure or kill in 
from ten to twenty days. 



Jupiter J^ighting Jeonidas 



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K / THE USUAL 

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ARIOUS Designs in Gentlemen's Pocket- 
PisTOLS. Ammunition op all Grades. All 
THE USUAL Paraphernalia for Fishing and 
Hunting Excursions Constantly on Hand. 
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to. 



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This is a unique and handy type, Utat may be used, not only for regular display Imes, but niore tlian half of the letters are so slotted or mortised on the sides as to admit of the 

insertion of types of smaller bodies, thus producing navel and striking effects, which are heightened by the aid of the extension omameiUs. Tfie 

lettei-s C, E, F, L, Q and T. are made each in two distin^ widths. Tlie fount is cotnplete with points and figures. 



[HECHAMCAL PATENT PEXTIING.] 



MACKKLLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



>iAN'.-.'»M ^TKKKT, PKILADELPHIA. 





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Four-Line Pica Moktised, Xo. 




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7"Am />'/tf ■»«■// ^I'e a fieia idea to the printer, and add to his facilities for varying the style of his loorfe. 

Types of numerous faces can be easily and accurately fitted into the slotted sides, and the 

extension pieces, being cast on Pica bodies, added -withont justification. 



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ACKELLAR, H MIT HS & JORDAN J 







IMECUANIC.AL PATEXT PENDING.] 



MACKKr.I.AR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



■^ANMIM sTKKI-rr, PHU.AOKLl'HIA. 




MORpSED 



Registered, No. 11,263. 
mechanical patent, mar. 31. 1885. 



NONPAEKIL Mortised. 

IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE 

INSULTED POODLE 

TINKETTLE DECORATING CAUDAL APPENDAGE 

HOUSEHOLD CONSTERNATION 

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Pica Mobtised. 



Three-Lixe Excelsior Mortised. 



MOURKFUL CABLEGRAM 

SACRED ELEPHANT'S EXPIRATIOK 

SACKCLOTH AND ASHES 

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Three-Line Koxpareil Mortised. 



TURNPIKE VIEWS PATRIMONY 

DELIGHTFUL SURROUNDINGS FATHERLY WARNING 

RURAL HOMESTEAD j COMPETENCE 



Two-IiixE Pica Mortised. 



MEDIEVAL WATCHTOWER 
VAULTED MARBLE 



THBEE-LrtfE Pica Mortised. 



ADVANCE RETREAT 
CONQUERED 



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The fuMBLER & JaSYMAN (oT 
Quickstep J anduvg.T^burn. 



Limited. 



Tiie above Card shmvs the Series in Combination, •with Nonpareil and Pica justification. In tJie TIiree-Line Pica size ttie letters C and E are cored^ and the letters F, Q, L and Tare 

mortised to allow tite insertion of a smaller size of the series. In the Tivo-Line Pica the C and E are not cored ^ but the F, /,, Q and T are mortised. Tlie C, E, F, L, Q 

and T are aiso furnished in the Three- and Tivo-Line Pica in sizes to correspond -with the rernaining letters of the founts. Some of the iette>-s, such as the A, 

T J', Wand V, being mortised on both sides, allo7u tlieir placement in the middle of a luord. The series, ranging from Xonpaj-eil to Three-Line 

Pica, is fitted to line at the bottom. Tlie three smaller sizes are neither cored nor mortised. In the Three-Line Nonpareil and larger 

sizes the characters A, F, y, L, P, T, I', H', V and .E are mortised on the sides, to make even spacing, lahen sitch letters 

as the A and I', L and T, or F and A come together in the same word. Tlte founts are complete ivith figures. 



THE ilACKELLAR. SMITHS & JORDAN" CO. 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADi:i.PHI.\. 



$othic iDrnate. 



Two-Line Wmall Pica Gothic Obnatk. 



Two-Link English Gothic Ornate. 



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ILa>sB II 



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Two-Line Great Primer GtOthic Ornate. 



II 



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Five-Line Pica Gothic Ornate. 



Four-Line Pica Gothic Ornate. 



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Six-Line Pica Gothic Ornate. 







liiistsrs 




Seven-Line Pica Gothic Ornate. 



SileRsGirisi Iffstriiirt 





ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKETJLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



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SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Grothic 




Pica Gothic Ornate, No. 2. 

HEIiiiEilE if FiilTIi 
iasgFf fer ipofis 
feediag^Iioies iaeeeedlng 
ifowllQgs of tbe ilsappoliited 



Ornate. 



Gkeat Pkimeb Gothic Ornate, No. 2. 

iif iiii iiiEiTfii f MEiif 



4fii4ii?iii4 



Two-Line Small Pica Gothic Ornate, No. 2. 



Ullfi IL 



Sikiiwi treiK tt© ilirf §t i Ltif if L@{iif@ 



Two-Line IEnglish Gothic Ornate, No. 2. 



liiiiFiTMEiS' iiNWEiTlii 

iMtribitiiMs Ifwm the HiiieFf "ink ef Pitf I 
Eiper iMi® ffleetlNg it Ew mtii@ 



Two-Line Gbeat Primer Gothic Ornate, No. 2. 



LEiiiMi IM iliiWi 
lit @nll@ MiFlf r§^ i@lif iiir mmim Flr@ 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAH, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 





Pica Stencil. 






Mmi»@ 



wliieil 



Three-Line Nonpareil Stencil. 




Two-Line Pica Stencil. 



JTOil®lAIL 



Kk^^iHl f]F9@^ 




Three-Line Pica Stencil. 




Three-Line Nonpareil Pictorial. 



IMUBTSn 




Two-Line Pica Pictorial. 



ri|,iffij;»j.R* 



113450 



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Thbee-Line Pica Pictorial. 




mClIM C^WAMB^ 



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P=Illlff|fi 




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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



UACKKLLAR, smiths 4 JORDAN, 



9ANSOM STREET, PHILA IJKLl'H lA. 



NoNPARKiL Tuscan* Open Shaded. 
Bourgeois Tuscax Opex Shaded. 

W®ffiASHSJDs fm f^^^ ®f WMTM AID liOV® 

Smaxi. Pica Tuscan Open Shadej*. 
Two-IiiNE MiNiox Tuscan Open Shaded. 

glL'jKM MOTf HAIL (Ce®IRB§ 



Ureviee Tuscan Open Shaded 
Long Primer Tuscan Open Shaded. 



TWO-IiTNE KONPAREIL TUSCAN OPEN SHADISD. 

Two-Line Small Pica Tuscan Open Shaded. 



Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 17. 



LIGHT SPECTlEvS 



Long Primer Hairline Ornamented. 

BUBBLES hMM FLOATING ALONG THE STREAMLET 

English Hairline Ornamented. 

SPIDER-WEBS IMFEimLED WITH DEW 

Great Primeb Ornamented, Wo. 3. 



Long Primer Tuscan Ornamented, No. 3. 
Two-Line Nonpareil Tuscan Ornamented. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 9. 



Long Primer Italic Outlln^e. 



Nonpareil Gothic Open Shaded. 
Minion Gothic Shaded. 

Long Primer Gothic Shaded. 



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Two-Line Pica Gothic Condensed Shaded, 

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Nonpareil Gothic Shaded. 
Brevier (Jothic Shaded. 

IRfil@@WiE^lili IFEEIFIIIMG THiROIUKDIHl THE IPAHES 

Two-Line Small Pica Gothic Shaded. 



Two-Line Pica Gothic Shaded. 
:; Outline. 



Great Primer Gothic Outline. 



NONPABEiL Outline. 
Brevier Tuscan Outline. 



Brevier Gothic Outline. 



Minion Outline. 



Pica Gothic Outline. 

iE/ayTDra[L mi mimw-mmim 

Long Primer Gothic Outline, No. 2. 

[F>[i^©(o)[L^TDra© T[l{l[^@y(§K] ^®©[K 



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Four-Line Pica Gothic Condensed Outline. 



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MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA, 



Brevier Gothic Dotjbj.e Shaded. 

Two-Line Boukgeois Gothic Double Shaded. 

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Two-Line Nonpareil Gothic Double Shaded. 



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Two-Line Pica Gothic Double Shaded. 



Double Paragon Gothic Double Shaded. 



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Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 11. 



Two-Line English Ornameijted, No. 14. 

ewies mmim 



Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 10. 
Double Paragon Ornamented, No. 8. 







Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 9. 




BIl 






Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 4. 
Long Primer Ornamented, No. 12. 

Great Primer Ornamented, No. 17. 

iitfii mill oiiiii 

Two-Line ^English Ornamented, No. 25. 



Brevier Ornamented, No. 4. 
Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 27. 

Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 20. 



Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 19. 




Great Primer Ornamented, No. 12. 

BROTHER JONATHAN'S MONITOR 



Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 16. 

UNDIGESTED CABLE NEWS 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 25. 



DIMmiSHING EMBONPOINT 



Two-Line Brevier Ornamented, No. U. 
Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 20. 



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Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 24. 






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Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 22. 
















Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 30. 

:OHH LOG 



Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 2Q, 




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Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 20. 

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MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-Line Peakl Ornamented. 
Two-Line Long Pbimbb Ornamented, No. 12. 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 19. 
Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 23, 




Long Primer Ornamented, No. 9. 



CBJLL WIHTER'S LEAFLESS BOWERS 



Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 10. 

SPIKEM AflQ SKEWEB 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 18. 

HERCtiLEAH EHIHIC SHIELALEHS 

Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 22. 

CLUBS AND SPEARS 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 21. 



Two-Line Brevier Ornamented, No. 10. 

gH414ef 11 FllillTll 



Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 13. 



Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 17. 



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Great Primer Ornamented, No. 16. 






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Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 19. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 29. 






Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 23. 



^iilmj^IM^ J.iMi 



Long Primer Ornamented, No. 7. 

FLEETHESUS WINGED YELOCIPBDES 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 17. 

FLYINGFISH IND FEITHERFOWL 



Great Primer Ornamented, No. 10. 



WHIRLIGIGS AND WEITHERCOGKS 



Brevier Ornamented, No. 3, 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 16. 



iwmt, ^mmt%€M^ 



Long Primer Ornamented, No. 10. 

ffi.j.W'^aiiff^ aj^i®i.ii»^ ^Ammm'Ln 

Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 9. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 11. 




Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 9. 



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FotTB-LiNE Pica Ornamented, No. lo. 



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MACKELLAB, smiths a JORDAN, 



8ANSOM STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



NoNPABEiL Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 
MISJEATBEK BEAUTIES 



Long Primer Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 
Two-Line Brevier Tuscan Shaded. 



Two-Line Nonpareil Tuscan Shaded, No. 3. 
Two-Line Long Primer Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 



Two-Line Pica Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 



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Great Primer Ornamented, No. 13. 



Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 17. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 26. 



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Long Primer Ornamented, No. 4. 

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Great Primer Ornamented, No. 11. 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 22. 



Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 15. 



Two-Line English Orstamented, No. 18. 



Long Primer Ornamented, No. 8. 



English Ornamented, No. 3. 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 24, 
Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 15. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. : 



Long Primer Ornamented, No. 3. 
Great Primer Ornamented, No. 8. 

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Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 15. 

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Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 20. 



Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 21. 







Two-Line Great Pbimee Ornamented, No. 18. 









Canon Oknamented, No. 3. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



8ANSOM STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



f^ROADGAUGE mNATE AND IhADED. 



Pica Broadgaugk Ornatk, 



Gkeat Primer Broaugauge Ornate. 



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Twfi-LixE Small Pica Broadgauge Ornate. 



M^imM 



Two-Line English Beoadgauge Oknate. 




Two-Line Great Primer Broadgauge Ornate. 




KONPAREII. BROADGAUGE HHADEI>. 







Brevier Broadgauge Shaded, 



12 3:^^^? e 



Long Primer Broadgauge Shaded. 






Pica Broadgauge Shaded. 






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Great Primer Broadgauge Si[ai>ki>. 



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Two-Line Small Pica Broadgauge Shaded. 



TwcvLtne English Broadgauge Shaded. 



Two-Line Great Primer Broadgauge Shaded. 



^xwmw^ STOiRlffi 



Double Paragon Broadgauge Shaded. 




ALL COMPLETE WITH FlQURES. 



MACKELLAB, smiths <fi. JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Pearl Ornamented. 

CHilH or INGOMPRBHENSIBLES rOCNDED 1862 BT THE SOCIETY Or UNGOMMONSENSIBLES 

Pearl Ornamented, No. 2. 
Nonpareil Gothic Shaded, No. 2. 

Nonpareil Ornamented. No. 3. 

CUHHINGLT DOTTED, CURYED AI7D DOUBLE Kl^OTTED 

Nonpareil Tuscan. 

RUGGEio AS oDHtje RocKV ivxotrNirAxiw Hxiooes 

Nonpareil Tuscan, No. 2. 
HUGALIE'S DISSERTATION ON THE UNITY OF MONKEYKIND 

Brevier Boldface Shaded. 

Brevier Antique Shaded. 

Bourgeois Ornamented. 

TRIP IT GAiLY AS WE GO ON THE LJGHT FANTASTIC TOE 

Long Primer French Shade. 
Long Primer Tuscan. 

QTIEEE B-RIMAGES WIHSOME &EAC1S 

Long Primer Ornamented, No. 2. 

Long Primer Open Shaded. 
Long Primer Tuscan Ornajiented. 

MllSWll lAldllS llAllll tlA¥ 

Long Primer Ornamented, No. 5. 

FORKMBAO AMO CRO\^BAR 

Pica Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 



Pica TtiscAN Shaded, No. 3. 



Pica Antiql'e Shaded. 

Two-Line Nonpareil Meridian Shaded. 

Two-Line Nonpareil Open Shaded. 

Two-Line Nonpareil Gothic Shaded; 



Pearl Extended. 

SHoic-r «c ST-tJiMiJp, stk:i£I?i-ie h-i:jii:-x>e:r.s, tas jpyii-a-jviij:* «.o-w 

Pearl Extended Shaded. 

Agate Sh^^ded. 

Nonpareil Ornamented. 
GEWTI»EMA3M GHESXEUFIEI,!), 463 MAV.^ERS STREET 

Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 2. 
ORNAMENT tN MINIATURE, CHASTE, DISTINCT, AND HANDSOME 

Minion Tuscan. 

TASTDBaPOT. OTXeDeCXOTG- AIliTB B0TTXWG 

Brevier Ornamented. 

SHARP-POiWTSD JESTS CUT KEENSa THAIV' A KNIFE 

Brevier Ornamented, No. 2. 

Long Primer Meridian Shaded. 

Long Primer Antique Italic Shaded. 

Long Primer Antique Shaded. 

Long Primer Antique Open. 

Long Primer Ornamented, No. 6. 

Pica Antique Shaded, No. 2. 

Pica Tuscan. 

soil BIAMOIBSB AIB KSf SM]?MEX1B 

Pica Tuscan Ornamented. 
Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 3. 

■^/%^,'^,\-'^;^, '>*^;^\."^,\^%, 'Nt\;\'\,\-;^''t^„ 

Two-Line IS^oxpareil Tuscan Open. 

AlCT Of THl PlAllf SATWll 

Two-Line Nonpareil Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 

TWO-LlXE NONPAEEIL ORXAMENTED, JJO. 8. 

Two-Line Nonpareil Condensed Ornamented. 

EiiiiEii Fill laiiriE.'^i i;[sinms 



MACKELLAR, smiths & JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPITIA. 



Two-Line Nonpakeil Grecian Shaded. 
Two-Line Nonpabeil Ornamented, No. 2. 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 25. 

SHfiFHERO & €ROOK, MERGERS 

Two-Line Minion Ornamented, No. 2. 
Two-Line Minion Ornamented, No. 3. 

MELTING AWAY IN THE FERVID RAY 



Two-Line Minion Ornamented, No. 4. 



Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented. No. 2(i. 



Two-Line Minion Gothic Shaded, No. 2. 



Two-Line Brevier Ornamented, No. 7. 



Two-Line Brevier Ornamented, No. 8. 



Two-Line Brevier Gothic Shaded. 



\3a^iQ*tDaiP'iaa .ci^^^ 



Great Primer Ornamented, No. 9, 



Fill iimiMfm cuiifiiMCE 



Great Primer Antique Ornamented, 



Great Primer Ornamented, No. 14. 

NUMSKULL BREAKJERS 

Two-Line Bourgeois Antique Ornamented. 



Two-Line Long Primer Antique Open. 
Two-Line Long Primer Condensed Shaded. 

mS llfil Hi MlMfil 



Two-Line Long Primer Tuscan Ornamented. 



J 



}m 



mi 



Two-Line Nonpareil Meridian Double Shaded. 
Two-Line Nonpakeil Oenamen ted, No. 5. 
Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 6. 
Two-Line Nonpareil Ornamented, No. 10. 



English Tuscan. 

PRONGED SLANDERING TONGUES 

rnamented. 

N Antique Open. 
Two-Line Minion Gothic Shaded. 
Two-Line Brevier Gothic Shaded, No. 2. 
great Primer Ornamented, No. G. 

SLEffiDER HEAD AffiD HEELS 



English Ornamented. 



Two-Line Minion Antique Open. 



Paragon Perspective. 



Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. i. 



Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 5. 



ill 






Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. P. 
Two-Line Long Primer Ornamented, No. 7. 

WASP 






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Two-Line Long Primee Oknamented, No. 19. 






Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 9. 



MACKELLAR, .SMITHS <t JORDAN, 



SANKOM STREET, PI-tlLADEI.PItlA. 



Two-Link Small Pica Ornamented, No. 6. 

^ilMSIl© Eli 

Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 7. 



9(m 



Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 13. 



w«W 



Two-Line Pica Con 

®lil lilll SMI !li Ml 



Two-Line Pica Condensed Ornamented. 



Two-Line Pica Gothic Ornamented. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 2. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 3. 
Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 4. 
Two-Line Pica Ornamented, no. 5. 






Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 6. 



Two-Line ^English Antique Open. 



Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 11. 



BiiiiiiMiif 



Two-Line English Tuscan Shaded, No. 2. 



Two-Line English Antique Shaded. 



Two-Line English Tuscan Double Shaded. 



IdH M 





Two-Line English Double Shaded. 





°»fe. 



LflLdia 






Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 12. 



Two-Line Small Pica Ornamented, No. 11. 






Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 8. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 10. 
Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 12. 



iPiH 



nw 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 15. 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 18. 

UNPRETENDING 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 19. 



mm 



i M mim 



Two-Line Pica Ornamented, No. i 



BONED DANDIES 



Two-Line English Antique Ornamented. 




Two-Line English Perspective Ornamented. 




Two-Line English Shaded, No. 2. 









Two-Line English Tuscan Outline. 





Two-Line English Condensed Tuscan Shaded. - 

HEPHERD8' CROOKI 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-Line Englkh Ornamekted, No. 2. 



Two-IiiNE English Osnamented. 'So. V). 



M 











Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 7. 

BARE iOrvib (auLuM 



/^ *^'*i^ M 



Two-Line English Ornamented, No, U. 



eKMMS 



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Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 8. 



Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 12. 




Two-IjIne English Ornamented, No. i). 




MBILEl 



Two-Line English Ornamented, No. 13. 








Two-Line Great Primer Tuscan Open. 




Tw^o-LiNE English Ornamented, No. 15. 



Two-Llne Great Primer Antique Shaded. 













Three-Line Small Pica Ornamented. 



J ! 1^ iJ) h. 1^ 




^•A?*©*)' 




Two-Line Great Primer Tuscan. 



Two-Line Great Primer Gothic Shaded, No. 2. 



mK-LiHNmc w4Tii--iM&iie 



Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented. 



Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 8. 



m 




I 









Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 3. 






Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 4. 



^^# % 










Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 10. 









Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 11. 






Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 5. 

fiOPE omois 



Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, Xo. 12, 









Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 6. 





roiyij^^^ 






Two-Line Great Primer Ornamented, No. 13. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



T\vo-Li5fE Great Primer Ounamented, Xo. 7. 



Double Paragon Shaded. 







j-w%^ I Jit J% II- ™ ^ Wrm 



Double Paracjun Ornamented, No. 3. 











Double Paragon Ornamented, No. 4. 




^11 





Double Paragon Ornamented, No. 5. 



Canon Gothic Condensed Open. 



EiCLOSURES 



FoTJR-LiNE Pica Ornamented. 









Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 2. 








Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 3. 








FouE-LiNE Pica Ornamented, No. 4. 





Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 5. 

HI 







Wi 





Double Paragon Gothic Condensed Open. 

seiiiPiiie 



Double Paragon Ornamented, No. 2. 



m>.YM 



^wi tIhIw !r«M^ JrA'^fei Vw¥^J^ Fl® 



W4 






"^^ -^ 



Double Paragon Ornamented, No. 7. 

SOLID BLOCKS 



Canon Ornamented. 




F^l J I 




^mw 




i wm m 




oi^ I i I i 



1 
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■§^ 



FouRrLiNE Pica Ornamented, No. 8. 








Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 10. 



Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 11. 




Four-Line Pica Ornamented, No. 12. 




iwmm 






FrvE-LiNE Pica Ornamented, No. 2. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS <fc JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, I'lIIT.ADELPHIA. 



Heavy Shaded Types. 



Long Primer Gothic C()Ni>kn9Ed Shaded. 

§)mB)Si?AiNj&g liEjHjIjNjDl ?HjEj FyiTfijNjGj ^HjA^QOlW 



Pica Gothic Condensed Shaded. 

fiNiiLijiiT wmm III MJiiNjmuNj ^imi 



Great Primer Gothic Condensed Shadisd, No. 2, 

iiiiem MiNjpji iyiiiiBii 

Two-Line Smai,i, Pica Gothic OonDEsrsED Shades. 

iy\i?ijii ivyiiiii mum 



Two-Line Great Primer Gothic C!ondensed Shaded. 




Canon Gothic Condensed Shaded. 

IIBBI 




Two-Line Nonpareil Hound Shaded. 

rLaii^iig pyiLii© ii®®M 

Great Primer Round Shaded. 

iiASEFULLY ROUNiEi 

Two-IiiNE Small Pica Bound Shaded. 

iiiiTliE iLiiiilii 

Two-Line English Kound Shaded. 

Filiiii OLiii 

Two-Line Great Primer Round Shaded. 

liii'iOUNi 



•Four-Line Pica Round Shaded. 



iliiTii 



Two-Line Nonpareii. Tuscan Shaded, No. 4. 

ir MMMBMAh wmmmmm 



[il€iifiii 



Two-Line Small Pica Tuscan Shaded. 

MOllISl UMIIH^I 



Two-Line Great Primer Tuscan Shaded. 



i' 



3 



l^i^. 



1*1 



n 




Great Primer Tuscajsi Shaded, No. 3. 




Two-Line English Tuscan Shaded, No. 4. 



EiiTrit 



mmwummmu 



Four-Line Pica Tuscan Shaded. 




Five-Line Pica Tuscan Shaded. No. 2. 





Six-Line Pica Tuscan Shaded. 




MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



hansom street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Gothic Tuscan Open, Ornamented, &c. 



TWO-LINE NONPAREIL GOTHIC TUSCAN OPEN. 

ROMANTIC AHAmEtS't FONDEST AMBITION 



TWO-LINE PICA GOTHIC TUSCAN OPEN. 



liG € 



GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC TUSCAN OPEN. 



TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER GOTHIC TUSCAN OPEN. 

SUNNY MAR 



POUR-LINE PICA GOTHIC TUSCAN OPEN. 



Viimim RAILEOADS 



SIX-LINE PICA GOTHIC CONDENSED OPEN. 



CIRCUMLOCUTIOii 



DOUBLE PARAGON BOLDFACE EXTENDED. 







TWO-LINE NONPAREIL ORNAMENTED, No. 20. 

FE^^yOlii©yS SAilOST©ilE 

TWO-LINE PICA ORNAMENTED, No. 21. 



BSTEALI 



TWO-LINE BREVIER ORNAMENTED, No. 9. 

LIMESTONE MOUf 

TWO-LINE GREAT PRIMER ORNAMENTED, No. 15. 

LICHTNIII 




FOUR-LINE PICA ORNAMENTED, No. 13. 




yiDMHOLIl 



SIX-LINE PICA EXTRA CONDENSED. 




h 




EIGHT-LINE PICA EXTRA CONDENSED. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



ULadg *}^eit and ,f(jiLjulap Teit. 



REt.ISTEKED. No. 6103. 



-^nmTTiaT 




THKEE-IjIXE IS'ONl'AREIT. LADY TEXT. 



'^nt.gT^lainm^mil iri -^lonoiir oF our p|of .gy 

7 5 1 2 3 4 6 



raliriptmaf ^Igighing ffisi'^ 



,U 1, 



Two-XjIne Pica Lady Text, 



mihQs.TwaTa- and "^J^^cldlinq ^F^s^ncp 



G\\' 



i/:€iniBtav\a\ ^^onjf^F^ne^ 






Jypoqrapliic "pFaUFnitg 



« r-- 



Hf'2) 



7 5 1 



& 



;v 4^ 



Registered, No. 9219. 



Pica Angulak Text. 



'7 -4^ .J^ V'\ 




l^t&f^etie- Im&iitifiifm^ anil JfjlamuTLe-atai 3|L&eti§%ftlj!.b^ 



THKEE-IiINE NflNPAREIL AXOLLAK TEXT. 






Two-LrsB Pica Angular Text. 



rfii 






ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKETJUA.B, SMITBLS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, l'HILAI>ELPHJ A- 



iJuecn-Anac Text aM EipUTtxt 



Two-LiXE Brevier Queen-Akne Text. 




'"[■{ecord o| Ihe Pnoceedings of "(National Tl-^i'useiDiues pFCO (^xhibit of ^pnamenlal ''|.crnesii'ial J-'ipoa'orks 

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Two-Line Pica Queen-Axxe Text. 



*-A^ 



^atupdaij ^onjab o| ^^ijmphs o\ the ^ashpaoe 



)arbecue to pronoun oup P^oble ^bionsraan 



Jetunn of Joscphus ^p j^apstone, i^^squine 



Three-Line Pica Queen'-Anxe Text. 



J^andates of 
(aughtens of 'Penelope 



iupneme ^ouucil 

iesdaij ^Deaing Jubilee 



With Thbee .Sets of Capitals. 



^wA^ 



Black. LU Shaded. yyi Open. 



Great Prisier Eipple Text. 







Two-Line Pica Eipple Text. 



lllt|c|nmtel iMMMlm l^OMmitmit 



Two-Line Great Primer Ripple Text. 



Mwiflfcili liMliilift irtliiilk iMlillii 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



tACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



sansom street. PHILADELPHI \. 



Im&^MM^^ iftl iftliM l^it. 



-S"-!— j-JLxB 



Grkat Primer Mezzotype. 







Two-Line Pica Mezzotype. 



■a) 



im 



iiOJr^i 1 



31 



Two-Line Great Primer Mezzotype. 



t 







11 







llli 



'W 



ML 11 



Two-Link Great Primer SchooIj Text. 



)ie 



l^tilif t ti lit Sfll^Ctiiiilil 










^?.-v 



[HflfS 



I* 



ill $t 










14 





7?' T'T'T='T^l 



MACKEILAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




|i|l DFI|it@. 



Two-IjInt3 English C.\ri> Text Shaded. 

/if ilF "Yfi] 1t^ ""ft 1III 



«mm% liain 



Four-Line Small Pica Card Text Shaded. 



Two-IiiNE English Text Ornate. 







Three-Line Small Pica Card Text Shaded. 



Four-Line Pica Card Text Shaded. 



Double Paragon Text Ornate. 



'Bii|aiifii «ifft|!iifi, J|0iii|!iiiiii cf jj];£Hginr| 



x^S 



fa^Jirf HitiS ni Mylmnrl 



Four^Line Pica Text Ornate. 



^. 



'SI? 



\m%}- 



SI 
I 



ih 

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tt^dmi, mM'§ ii| ||fiifk ffifii|iiiiiti|f 






Two-Line Pica Card Text, No. 2. 



Two-Line English Card Text, No. 2. 



InaHns |np in i|^ iiqi iiitoifoi gup Innteiini k |atni|£ B |toI4i| |i|ite 



English Card Text. 



llrTxnmnicbng'g Importation al Ijriginal jjussrltlor); ||aintin0S 




Two-Line Small Pica Card Text. 



Two-Line English Card Text. 



l/mjgratulalimi, hrd itttki^ation, mui iratipcatiim 
^m&m j|r)rmnfl 



Four-Line Small Pica Card Text. 



iHr^ton^ Mamantin^ Mpp0iiter^ 



astti Jfreddg |ytlcprmtg's :()^npliment| to fflisS jjoUg jjumplttl|nb 

Thrkk-J.ixe SmaTjTv Pica Carh Tkxt. 

|[nrmIigattoit, ; jrocoijaiion and ^jitupqattdn 
aturiag f r^ntnK 



Fottr-Line Pica Card Text. 



||mutifttl J ir^^ii^ f p^i{tHrI^ 



.MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



RANSOM .STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



^TlTLiE 



Nonpareil Title Black. 

Snteresttns StnAies of S^aturat Sciences 

%lnceasing ^onfiers 

Seauttes ZlenealeO bg aneans of mtccoscoplc Snnesttgatlons 

Snfiititestmal parasitic Cveatnires 

39ailg ^ropagateft an& 3>tatttre6 b|g ^fiousan&s 

t2 a4S 678 9 



Long Primeb Title Black. 

Heattfifnl Sanitarg SEngtnccrtttg 

Scientific Research 

ISeueloping ^iipliances to abate Contagion 

Sure CSuarantec of Congenita 

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Bli^CK^^ 






Brevier Title Black. 



Sumtnci- Jaunts among 3ilountains 

aHills ana laalUgs 

pleasures of aExtursionists jainins in th* TOooas 

BESeslegea bfl Craujling inserts 

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Pica Title Black. 

CBireat Victories 

B^tiottal Horses Win tf|e %mpitvial Stakes 

Patrtotit Spirit Aroused 

t234S6ZeaO 



Gbeat Primek Title Black. 



a|u^$tt0n$ on tft^ llarlabllitB ot Mtt^^k^^ %i^l\pxin^ 

Bi$cu$$ton SEu^rg Moottligltt Queuing 

t2040eT600 



Two-Line Pica Title Bi-ack. 



®tin^^3Honor^d Customs 

t2S45e7aao 



Two-Line Gkeat Primer Title Black. 



^public Speakers 
Unlemtl^d Press #pinlon$ 

1254507090 



MACKELLAB, smiths & JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Medieval Text, r^^^^ Black Orn/te, 



Two-Tj[nk Smai-l Pica Mkhikval Text OiiiJATE. 



m% 



Two-Link Great Primeb Medieval Text Ornate. 



U 



Mi 



Two-Line English Medieval Text Ornate. 



Double Paragon Medieval Text Ornate. 

11 tt 



i). 



FouR-LiNic Pica Medieval Text Ornate. 




[Patettled Jan. ii, 1870.] 



Two-Line Small Pica Medieval Text. 



Two-Line Enolish Medieval Text. 



pmrnm tn^m |9f|?w9 l|l«lip ' l^lo |jj»aniau 0$. |f 



Two-Line Great Primer Medieval Text. 



^a$f mmn$_ pf f f|e ml 



Double Paragon Medieval Text. 



>'mi 



Four-Line Ptca Medieval Text. 





U[(^i^t^o^ ^^imAiifilM 







? o ? ■ li- 



Two-Line Small Pica Black Ornate Shaded. 



Wm|!JlTO0tt 



Two-Line Small Pica Black Ornate. 

Mnmba^ngs ^ouseJ^oIir ina:na:$£tnent 
^]^e Manisljmmt oi ^irsbanirs to t\t ^h^onst 



Two-Line English Black Ornate Shaded. 



Two-Line English Black Ornate. 



f^igMilr ht fcrlfjir ^wlsslrirg 



lintring Stoains antr Spinsters 
tarrantitr Mottbtx 



MACKEM-AR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



.SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 







Thhee-Lise X(^xparkil Graphic Text. 



;ilail£l|Ma §0l8:nk8l itIkilisH IIi^^^l^S 5fC0faiiiE jKliMliiip 

liililiEiEf Slfcliwis fail I 



Mr 



t?ia4iijsii 



Two-IjIxe Pica Graphic Text. 



in:ri!?-^'l i 



mm 



■$mu 



lis pHpes l^lllfef iig pEgtFS 
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THREE-IiiNE Pica Graphic Tkxt. 



(fi 



1 ^ 



% 



S N 



isiilii iwijiifis 



ttllClU f 



\m 









Eiii 



^ 



i#I 



^ 



sill 



IB 



XTACKEI-LAR, SMITHS <ft JORDAN, 



■iAXSOM STRKET, PHILADKLPHI A. 




Two-Line Small Pica Fancy Text Shaded. 

'^mmnip, IfaxUgito, ^pjIjtKtjf$ 

Two-Line Gkeat Pbimee Kancy Text Shaded. 



tt 



en 



Two- Line English Fancy Text Shaded. 



Double Paragon Fancy Text Shaded. 



C^f 



C^ 



Four-Line Pica Fancy Text Shaded. 



Off 



cn 






nm MKt$m 



Gkeat Pribier Fancy Text. 



laittittmt* '^*attt|r, "^^mk mtd ^iifipitttt, ^tmifk$ m ki\ 
anJjm If^wmimt of i^mm'i 'famn 



Two-Line English Fancy Text. 



€mk\u U '^^^lim, l|al$ant ita i\^ "^fmnM 



Two-Line Small Pica Fancy Text. 






&m 



CTl 



Two-Ltne Great Primer Fancy Text. 



C3»' 



tmi^ imm^limi t^m %itmii\\ 



Double Paragon Fancy Text. 



tm^m I'axatwit |Wj(^r=«« U I'iranng and Cwtttptian 



Four-Line Pica Fancy Text. 



CTT 



|0iintuk#i3 |!ijiI«Vd in l^uatrtt^' 



& 



c^\ 



xnti 



KACKELLAE, smiths & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



yf itlG Hack ihaded. 




Gbeat Primer Title Black Shaded. 



B^TtarfCira Cam§ilnil: Mapptm§ 



11204501000 







Two-Line Pica Title Black Shaded. 



i-ppr^fCTrtisIt Ktsi&tmci^^ 



)mtS00Tr Xall00m IfeBat0f^ 



Mnn 



/^^ 



Two-Line Great Primer Title Black Shaded. 



miratn 



itfflrtt 




6^f 




ulttk Mmtmmm^' 






^^ACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



Title 



Great Primer Titi^e Text Open. 




TEXT. 



Two-Link Small Pica Title Text Open. 



PefssBtor^ off all ^nti§, <|,i!jli!j»ir^ mi '^dmmMk§, 



01 3\mg mnrntm 



0raq ||iiti(Ui 



Two-IiiNS Small Pica Title Text Open, No. 2. 



^ht^rf^l llbotning ^aiHi^n Ringing h th^ ^pinning 4 thif ^heifl 

Spinning- mlhc^I mA 4nitting-||qiiy^ 



Two-Line Engllsh Title Text Open. 



Two-Line Gkeat Primek Title Text Open. 



fafflWji^ |||iinafartf ^jtt§|ksJ0rf| 





ill 



1^? JiPflB^^ piiSif pittnp^ 



Double Paragon Title Text Open. 




itmimi 



FoiTK-IiiNE Pica Title Text Open 





n 




t 



Great Primer Title Text. 






Two-Line English Title Text. 



j^tniling ^an^g teflor^ ||at|nmg 



Two-Line Small Pica Title Text. 



ll^natoflial ^clcgrajh !^om$m^ 



Two-Line Great Primer Title Text. 



kiTee%art^ ^ ^endetpigh^ 



Double Paragon Title Text. 



^rand ^an^^Hdaled %0hxi %om^m^ 



Four Line Pica Title Text. 




antiitunk |JJi)I^ |(n^uranc^ ^^J^mjang 



MAOKELLAR. smiths ik .TORnAN. 



SAN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Title Text Open. 



Two-Line Pica Titu. Text Open. 



lOWl 



tm^nt: 







C. 




Two-IiiNE Pica Title Text. 






Two-Link Pica Title Text Open, No. 3. 






um Mritmt^c 



itm 



fttU'-%,lH%%t^ f^ti ih^ ^^unh^l 



Two-TjIne English Title Text Open, No. 3. 



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Two-LisE Great Primer Tittle Text Open, No. 



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the ^I'atle ctf ilfalHim Ifiaters hj the Mi^w^tti-l^^erfD 

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Double Pabagon Title Text Open, No. 3. 






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MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Inrito lti\ Kni §|3i|i. 



Two-Line Pica Eureka Shadkd. 




THREE-IiIXE SMAI.T^ PICA EUBEKA SHADED. 



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MhuMuns 



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Two-Line Great Primer Ettreka Shaded. 



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Four-Line Smat.i- Pica Eureka Shaded. 



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Two-Line English Eureka Text. 



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Two-Ijink Great Primer Ecbhka Text. 



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Double Paragon Eureka Text. 





Foi'R-LiNE Pica Eureka Text. 



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MACKELLAR. SMTTHS 4 JORDAN, 



SAXSOM STREET. PHI I.A DELPHI A 



ILLUMINATED. 



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Great Primer Illuminated. 







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Two-Line Pica Illuminated. 



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Two-IiiNE Great Pbimek Illuminated. 




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Great Primer Illuminated, No. 2. 



Two-Line Pica Illuminated, No. 2. 



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Two-TjJxe Great Primer Illuminated, No. 2. 






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mackeli,ar, smiths a JORDAX. 



SANfiOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



ofusstun. 



BltEVIEB BORUSSIAN. 

JDfienos, on tKe leutli day of Jllag last, a nmrmnt issued fig Sorein (fitacfislonc, one of one justices of 
tfie peace in and foe tfie county of Sadafiont, mas directed and detioeced to Scegocg Sucefess, constufife of 
Sfucbitle, in tfie said county, lofieecin llie said constaBfe mas commanded to tufie a certain Sanimg Joardface 
and carry fiim Before ik said 3ocem ^tacfistone foctSioitJi, to ansioec for a certain faceeny in stealing 
and tnrcying amay tfie good name of SUes Softpate; and, lofiecens, tfie said Sregory iarcless fiatfi 
ncgtected or refused to execute tfie said marrant, and tfie said Sammy Jardfuce fiatfi afisconded us it is said 

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Two-IiiNE Minion Bobussian. 

Il^ereas, on \le tenlE dny of Jlay fast, a rocriranl issued &ij 
loiem JBfaclslone, one of our justices of i^e peace in und for 
tfte county of ^nda&out, rous directed nnd defioered to iregory 
Surefess, consta&fe of Sfcicloiffe, in t^e suid county, ro^erein tEe 

Ina&ridaed Ifiittu, Hfdermuu 



Small Pica Bobussian. 

Ifietciig, oil tfie tcntfi ilay of Hay fast, a loarcaiit issucil liy Jovciti Ifaclstonc, one 
of oar justices of tfic peace in raid foe tfie county of iadaSout. loas (liccetcd awl 
detioeced to ©repcy ffiarcfcss, coiistaBEc of Ifaebiffc, in t^e said county, loleccin tie 
said constaEfe loas commanded to tale a certain Sammy iardface and carry lim Before 
tie said locem ifaelstone foctlioitl, to ansioer for a certain farecny in steafing and 

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Two-Line Small Pica Boktjssian. 

^ereas, on ik ient^ day of May fast, a 
roarrant issued 6y lorcm J^faclstone, one of 
our justices of tRe peace in and for t^e county 

famsuit Instigators 



Two-IiiNE Great Primer Bobussian". 



lEtotfLetfjj kindness § fikiBtian fflfiariti) 
Uttorneys-at-CatD 



Bbevieb Boldface Bobussian. 

dxpensitie Jilncciagcg and Shon>y cfuncrats 

Supposed ®bjccts in £ife 

®gtcntatious Disptnys of Jamity Dignity nnd Sno56isfi f topensitics 

Hew and f opuluc System of Jldncctising 

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Two-Line Minion Boldface Bobussian. 

JFinanciaf Srinding Machines 

Manufactured and for Safe in ^apitof Hdcuuc 

Superfine #four without Srist 



Small Pica Boldface Bobussian. 

Smmengc Sactifice and Jtave ®ppoctunitii ! 

Jiloinentoug ®cc(ictence 

JSub&ting ®it Stocfi ®^eced foe a mete @lvnf(ing ®ongidecatioii 

Jicst Pccminm foe Cheapness 

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Two-Line Small Pica Boldpace Borussian. 



iSusincss ffionfoundcrs 
SmaB ttftird fiouse iBcgisfak«?s 



Two-Line Great Primer Boldface Borussian. 



Undertaking of Impossi&fe performances 
Modern Hcfiieoements 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



The above Series are adapted to line with each other. 
529 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



kribe €t%t 



Nonpareil Scribe Text. 

^nmlitomibino j^sactolosical gdunifistations ! 

ffltt IBrotttrs gtooilltfniiblirs ut ^oklfunattm 3nslilntt 

Jfor Stbtral Stisfe's fflnliil 

8tf' ^atnt toill JJmmurt ttem in a 8ti'f-©toof tfecst toitfeont f och or 8«!!t"lt 

^nb immtbiattl!! a S^oiitr of gio ffiots liiill bt tmittrt 



Long Primer Scribe Text. 

i^i (iraitb @^-^iMtion of tljt luna-gpirifitHlistix gissnciatimt 

Common gtitss a Jisqnalifiiation to Pembtre^ip 

Jrtt ^Ijmissioii for ytgislafors 



Great Primer Scribe Text. 

%\t Capng Ston^ d Elegant ^krnm^nt 

DoiTELE Pica Scribe Text. 



Brevier Scribe Text. 



f^ilrtnt^ro -political €onbtntion! 

Imptmnioits S»"I'>''^'^s fn^o besirt to promott tijeit oton TOelfnrt 

Will asstmblt at t^e f Intkeii (Sodsc fabcra 



English Scribe Text. 



lattoing fall, itnwsmg |laa, |0SsilMlU 



DouELE Small Pica Sckibe Text. 

|tsto'0 |[tiam|aralrle pauMtooti 

Two-Line English Scribe Text. 



Two-Line Gkeat Primeb Scribe Text. 



Jfrolkbom^ JJaikn|0ob Jfair as Joung JJcraing 



Four-Line Pica Scribe Text. 




irt|'s JdirioHS ^arsds 



Six-LinA Pica Scribe Text. 



|0stmau aulr l^aifrtr^r 



Eight-Line Pica Scribe Text. 




MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



^Itajj^l and JHodqn fets. 



Pica Chapel Text. 



Geeat Peimek Chapei, Text. 









Two-IiiNE Small Pica Chapel Text. 



^ijmmmmM Jfrnu-Hribtp mh ]|Jukt$ ^bW]i-Jr^dbjp 



Two-LrsTE English Chapel Text. 



InArt ©M^'bV W*H «4 >»#>* «»¥»1«V 



Pica Modebn Text. 






Two-LrsTE Small Pica Modern Text. 



Gkeat Peimek Modebn Text. 

ii^rri^ |anoi|ama of th ^m\ 

Two-Line English Kodebn Text. 



Two-Line Great Primer Modern Text. 



Ilitltltfjrl, (^r0lii|Ks0ra4, Jtmir^M 



Four-Line Pica Modern Text. 




pmg'B gdigWfttI |fl0pm0 



FrvE-LiNE Pica Modern Text. 



®gp|ra|iltii| J^dt([rtisq 



MACKELLAR, smiths a JORDAN, 



SANSOM street. PHILADELPHIA. 



^eitiomc5. 



Brevier Teutonic. 

$qittrftDorb'6 c^ecfures on ^oosegiease 

getting cSsftiBittons of Jissofiitng greoms onb ^ricr-gccs 

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Pica Teutonic. 

§ljetttan6fie'5 'glcccipfe for ^tortunc-'^attRing 



Gbeat Primek Teutonic. 



Long Primer Teutonic. 



Jiiffferogue's "prison c^iperiences 

J)e3fttuffer'0 genuine gomiJouiib of folife '^irfotites 

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English Teutonic. 



(Sittffotumpcr, g)ODcrnmenf §om5ziiox 



Two-Line Smaij. Pica Teutonic. 



^Kcbbkman's ^canhal §aua 



TWO-IjINE iiiNGLIRH TEUTONIC. A-^k^ /) 



Two-Line Great Primer Teutonic. 



Four-Line Pica Teutonic. 



lou^ie's ^cDctopient of dljflracicr 



Six-Line Pica Teutonic. 



%Mm of Conscience 



Eioht-Line Pica Teutonic. 



3frec^om'$ ^mim 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES AND GERMAN CHARACTERS. 



MACKBLLAR, smiths <t JORDAN, 



SANSOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



TEUTONICS. 



Minion Teutonic Title. 

Sovereign ^ebicamenta fot Jlaiiattat ^rau6Ces 

aOe Wrinfinfl ?rMS t^e potent gofettj-'^atut of tfje ^oCiiicaC fngine 

^xeraiitie anb ^egtstatine ^iunrtions in ^atuionij 

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Long Primer Teutonic Title. 

littles for #rffing f ^roug^ t^c portb 

^ofife ISe^tttJiout, gonsiberafe $pecc^, ^tmexate 3iMbfl«teni 

^oob '^reebittg is ^ownbeb on #oob gteeting 

Pica TKUTtiNK- Title. 

gating ^tak pinners 
"patting fot grnmBs from ^eat^'$ %aHe 

Two-Line Long Primer Teutonic Title. 

§finger-^ottrb0 for ^ife ^rat)effcr0 



BoUK(jEois Teutonic Title. 



ilnconscionafifc ^oriftcaf "grtcfimcs 

peeping info ?irf^i <^ofe5 anb ^waltoming 0ne'5 potbs 

gircnmsionccs "^eaniif iWtering goses 

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Small Pica Teutonic Title. 



fontcs for t^e ^^iccttfafijic Iptinb 

ghvetsiiies axe 0ff cttf imcs t^e ^tibges of §forf itnc 

clessons in f $c l^c^ooC of Experience 



English Teutonic Title. 



^ufi0t0ting upon t^e ISreab of ^bfmess 



Two-Line Pica Teutonic Titlk. 



§eff-Jlbt)ancement ^^arifp 



Two-Line English Teutonic Title. 



"p^anfeinb'^ §onf cnfiott$ ^cvdoip ^nvmtion^ 



Two-Line Great Primer Teutonic Title. 



Jttnb ^^oug^fs anb ^oob Jldion6 



English Teutonic Extenhed. 



Quaker 'philosopher''© -Stone 

'^laiTT "^^pparcl 

©han^inig ^ashion-$5fancicSi ^i&reg^avbeb 

'Richest -Silk anb '^roab cloth 



Two-Line Small Pica Teutonic Extended. 



Two-Line Pica Teutonic Extended. 






ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKBLLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Long Primer ANTiaTJABiAN. 

Besumiection of the Dust-Butiied ^ijeasuties of f obwebbed forinetis and (gabled j^fttics 

Mondejiful iljlnfolding of Blacb loetteti Becords 

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Beeviek Tudokesque. 

MglBEljlB P.^.BglES WEBIE¥#L glSSTSMS 

ghiualrio Knight xritb JfJausMg greet and Stainless Escutcheon 

Shildren nf Tn-daij the Sages of Tn-ranrroTO 

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GrREAT Primer Tudoresque. 

ip[ug:g:i«0, Kissing;^ Bancmg:^ H^mnmn^ 
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Pica Turorksquk. 



igrfimus ot €riant-MigJit in twaddling- Clothes 



Two-Line Smai.l Pica Tudori<:.sqttk. 



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Two-Line Engt.ish TuDORESCiUK. 



ttsktj: ISttttr awd Tfimplai; Kmjht in Tnttmamettt 



Great Primer Cuneiform. 



Two-Line Pica Cuneiform. 



lapknnir |lrgt:mftt!s 






Pica Anqi.o-Gothxc. 



Great Primer Anrt.o-Gothic. 



Che Castle of Labour, uiherein is Riches 

3mprinte6 by T3Jynhyn be "ftlorbe 

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R3(tHARDE PUNSHlN 

iDronydes of Englanbe anb Fraunce 

By Bir Johan Froysshart 

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Two-Line Small Pica Anrlo-Gothic. 



TilJLLJAffi CAXIlpN 
Jntrobucer of Printing into Englanb from the iContinent 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS tt .TORKAX. 



■SAXSoM STKKET, PHlI.AnELPHTA. 



Sloping Bl\gk iv_ND Black InhMD, 



Pica SiopruQ Black Shaded. 



§xmrsion§ to gmiihs' guhni 
fni/fing gc^nied §reszs^ fram ^eps^ fmd 

ISJ4a$7B0Ci 

Two-Line Smam, Pica Sloping Black Shaded. 




Geeat Peimeb Slopins Black Shaded. 




Two-Line Bnslish Sloping Black Shaded. 




Two-Line Great Primer Sloping Black Shaded. 




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Pica Sloping Black, 



Great Pbimer Sloping Black. 



^tfcietg fai[ the §reveniioti of §meUg to §HbjiUnd 

^dmirabU ^nstitutimi 

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Two-Line Small Pica Sloping Black. 

Iffwnkings off 0tdeti ^etr(am^ 



]hme^ ^tmre§ far 0reerf ^nstanfer^ 
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Two-Line English: Sloping Black. 




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Two-Line Great Primer Sloping Black. 




iiist ^ittianul ^ttll=^mtinff S^^^n 



Great Primer Black Inlaid. 



lehdiau^ ,ffigfft=^cr^icMng g^ntitiee 
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Two-Line Small Pica Black Inlaid. 




Two-Line English Black Inlaid. 



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Two-Line Great Primer Black Inlaid. 




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ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, smiths a. JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



^jOndifinsd llack mdi mcdht ^jtd IhnM, 



Long Primer Conuenskd Black Shaded. 

««tttut ilatteirag, "gts^i'km&'g %iixtnuml ^mmtim 

Great Primer Condensed Black Shaded. 



Twn-l.iNE ENOLisir Condensed Black Spiaded. 





Pica Condensed Black Shladed. 



Two-Line Small Pica Condensed Black Shaded. 



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Two-Line Great Primer Condensed Black Shaded. 

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Long Primer Condensed Black. 






Great Primer Condensed Black, 



g^tttiM gta^attittij g^uimt^ 

Two-Line English Condensed Black, No. 2. 



Pica Condensed Black, No. 2. 



§t\iaU itmimnt ^mnm 

Two-Line Small Pica Condensed Black. 
TiWO-LiNE Great Pktmer Condensed Black. 



Pica Scribe Text Shaded. 



Idhk ^fUmmn m t|ji mif r | S^i«-l| if ^zm 



m tm liwists Situ n 



Two- Line Enoi.ish Scribe Text Shaded. 



Two-Line Smam, Pica Sohihk Text Shaded. 



Double Paragon Scribe Text Shaded. 



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I Am ^If III Sir I 




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Canon Scribe Text Shaded. 








MACKELLAR, SMTTira a .rORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



OOlNTIDEllNrSEnD BXj.A.CI^. 



Bourgeois Condensed Black, No. 3. 

ffillfnibs in JJtoreful ©ambols, Strotcl)=ffiats in fflunrrel 

JlurBtri) llillinerij jaesulntions 

(Illilbrcn's SthooUiriai,, ffiglit Snfantnj .Skirmishinfl in fife's Jfoung fnttlt 

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Pica Condensed Black, No. 3. 

Stern lejcction, Suitor'0 iecp Pejectioii 
iaoubU=iuick ©bliquc Porcljinci 

(Jbeat Primer Condensed Black, No. 3. 

aii|ar0inri tetier ilomtna^0 |eart 
3lDtiattnn0 Infanttti 



Small Pica Condense]) Black, No. 3. 



Pomborbing tl)e (Snmtfs f otneattt 
ffirue UnigljtB msnoring Jotr Pamoek bespite p^cipa's ffionsntt 
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Engi,ish Condensed Black, No. 3. 



Jlunaujat) €oujile'0 passionate |onet)moon 
|alf nations mh |astti Barclies 

Two-Line Small Pica Condensed Black, Nn. 3. 

iecurins Pr0jiuct0 of Jniu^tti) 
laibing on tlie Public 



Two-Line English Condensed Black. No. ;s. 



itrcrflowin^ Pockets, iroanwg (Cellars, Bsftnjool laimettt 

Bugijestiotts of ieneoolence 



Two-Link Great Primer Gondensed Black, No. 3. 



Ioble-|mticti Mm intmth in Wixkh ^rmonr 

Smoking to tl)e Mtmik 



Dottble Paragon Condensed Black, No. 3. 



Pttttentlii Halting Ingelic leckoningB 

loniemarti Jlarcl)tng 



Pica Condensed Black. 

CUt^amiiifr & JlrniDlior, Jronmongers, Iflmrol) Street 
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Double Pica Condensed Black. 



CruMties m |ij)e& |itimtties 



TW(i-Lin-e Ijono Primer Condensed Black. 

JMtnrs Jiaga fot tl)e JMnsiitg Jiilltan 
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Two-Line English Coxdexsed Black. 

ifobgirol limestlgiitioiis 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES AND GERMAN CHABAOTERS. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS <fe JORDAN, 



-SANSOM STREET, PHI LA3>ELPHIA. 



Two-Line Ixixr; Primer Allksiaxic. 

lartied Ipears i^I MmnA f^eir -fJerpefreifers 
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TwoLixE Pica Allemanic. 



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Two-Line Great Primer Aij,emanic. 



inmraing MU %m%aiim% ©oerasrk audi Jpunger 



Double Paragon Allemanic. 



Four-Line Pica Allemanic. 



!lnseparafele CempciniQE 



Two-Line Small Pica Teuton Text. 



Three-Line Small Pica Tet'ton Text. 



I 



e§ af a J^el|etar |eekk| \h f et|meet 



mlk i\t §. 



w^ ^ iy 



Double Paragon Teitox Text. 




nnameiM 




mm 8 



f f s»i«| ^tfelfssi) 



English Chttech Text. 



mmt tn tju BlMnri} nf tlj]! Jiiraute (EnfnrgnttEn 
Irnrt inrrnmg nrr lEanBn-dDpBiira 

Two-Line English Chubch Text. 

3mmnrtiilitf0 €nixmn l^mkl 



Double Pica Church Text. 



fmM /rmb of Cunning CalligrapljiHte 
Inttquarinn (HxuaintnFss 



Double Paragon Chirch Text. 



|)Mrfnllij toting 



FouE-LiNE Pica Cbxtbch Text. 



litlnra l^anjiprnm 



MACKELLAR, 8MITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILAnKLPHIA. 



(Scrman STcxt, JKctiifbal, ^c. 

, Two 



Great Primer German Text. 



Two-Li2ffE Smai,l Pica Germax Text. 



Double Pabagox Gebmax Text. 





mh (^po$toftit ^^uaft$ 




Pica Missal. 



Long Primer Missal. 



Two-LllTE Pica Black Open, Xo. 2. 






W\ii ^ f^ ft 111 f #1 



Two-Line Great Primer Black Open, No. 2. 



f 




JL 4 



|)i>ii^in 



Two-LiXK Great Primer (Jermax Text Orxamkxtf.d. 



FocR-LiNE Small Pica German Text Ornamented. 




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ti (^««€f ^^iU' 




Six-Line Small Pica German Text Ornamentep. 




Pica Composite. 

Unique Unrietr) of ^fain or rfantastic 3o6Dinfl £etter 



English Composite. 



WrougOt from DfDeii Daos in (Coaqimnnocft 

.'ojiposite. 



Two-Line Pica Cojiposite, 



Double Paragon Composite. 



£. Oo^nspR & Co.'s Ancient Jonnftcrie 



Four-Line Small Pica Black Shaded. 






Two-Line Pica Medieval. 



T^vo-LiNE English Medieval. 



ppimifi&p ^fm an& jQLuggpft '^Mnn W\f JBroobing Ponsing Oinl 



Four-Line Ssiall Pica Medieval. 



Mnripnl^ Bopl^g I^Fmopiflls 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET. PHrLADELPHTA. 



^lac^ Qriiate ai|fl ^eutonic. 



Two-Link Pica Black Ornatk, No. 2. 



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Double Paragon Black Ornate, No. 2. 



.'.Irjflit 



«> <8> «■ tfl •S' 




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Two-Line Great Pkimeb Black Ornate, No. 2. 




|i|ejH0iiWHC 



IP 




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FoDB-LisE Pica Biack Oknate, No. 2. 




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1l^^^1l^l^1l1rr^l■ 






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Canon Black Ornate, No. 2. 



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Two-Line Small Pica Teutonic Shabed. 

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Two-Line English Teutonic Shadep. 



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Two-Line Gkeat Primer Teutonic Shadpid. 




FoiTR-LiNE Pica Teutonic Shaded. 





ALL COMPLETE WITH FIQURES. 



MACKELLAR, .SMITHS * JORDAN, 



.SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Two-Line Long Primke Saxon Ornate Shaded, No. 2. 



mi 



Two-Line Pica Saxon Obnate Shaded, No. 2. 



lirftotPI III! Slitg 



mm m$mi$BM 



Two-Line Great Primer Saxon Ornate shaded, Kg. 2. 




Two-IiiNE Long Primer Saxon Ornate Shaded. 



Two-Line Pica Saxon Ornate Shaded. 



Two-Line Great Primer Saxon Ornate Shaded. 






Two-Line Lono Primer Saxon Or'nate. 









Two-Line Pica Saxon Ornate. 



Pacific Itall^oaS 



Two-Line Great Primer Saxon Ornate. 




^tt' 











COMPLETE WITH PENDENT FLOURISHES. 



MACKEI.LAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SAN90M STREET, I'MrLADELPHIA. 



Bij^^cisrs. 



Brevier Black, No. 2, 

|)rciffs30t JWustic m Ancient Ctockctic 

®entl) 5tnnuiil iBertinfl of tijc 5lmmcan Socicti) of 5lnti(niatif3 

Jliacnssion on ©rilobitcs 



Pica Black, No. 3. 

JHonser'a Curioaitks of €i-ploratton 

Wi)t ®ft iHouni (lomv of tlyt Naxstmn at 53'etuport 

!llon ^uu-otte on iDinbintlls 



Long Primee Black, No. 3. 



tDiaotDS anil ®rpl)ons' Kefixgc-f omc 

%s tl)e tDorlil groras (S>[her, Man becomes more iflercifnl 

MI)ilontl)ropic InBtitntion 



Great Primer Black, No. 3. 



benerabk ©bemritg 

iSlack Cdter ISooka \)\h in IHtm OlbisterB 

(0clip0e& Camp0 of Inotulebge 



Two-Line Small Pica Black. 



3n 5aati lEemotg of H}t Sar)onxti €axi^ BitBi 

^aUotueit ittetnenta 



Nonpareil Black. 

9utftoritati&E declarations of Congress 

proclamation tig aiirafjam ^Lincoln, ^rcsitiEnt of t&c ®tniteti states of America 

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Long Primer Black, No. 4. 

(Krumiling l^olUs of fflf)ibalrB 
ISlacfecneti iWosBsrotoit dFragment of tSatJaric 
^i:tison=?^ou0eB of ©ppression 



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a^ropings in fEitJnigtt 

a Harfeness as of iBrebus ^urrountring 

imitrtrle Eges ^icturctr 

Two-Line Pica Black. 

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Brevier Black, No. 3. 

f^cl^cr of ©ppwjffjstlr Nationalities 
^%z ^lintins 3^TtSB t^-c Certain ltrxf)im£iJ«an plo6n of tf)ii 
Spwific for political (fSangnnt 

Pica Black, No. 4. 

^artianapalus's i^ig^tcap 

ffialfparrijment's Erri)aioIogical Mesmxtfats 

8rooti)picft of Epicius 

Great Primer Black, No. 4. 

Petragxigxte's Mtltctation 
iitistress's Heligfit 

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NONPAREiL German, No. 6. 

Sic f)o^e etufe, Wclc^e tie Suc^bructertunft untcr ben evfiiibimgen beS menfcfilicBen 
®ctftc« emttimmt, ^ot bic Htjvt bie ®e6MrMftotte berfetten jii fein, jum ®eocns 
ftanbc efnc8 kb^aftcn no;^ nic^t tiecnbigten StreiteS ((ematfit, feit Sttaibma iu 
fonbevS aber feit ^arlem e« fic^ angelegcn fein tie^, bic ©tabt 3Roinj ou3 tfircm 
fvaber unbeftvittenen ouSf(f(iie6lKi)en Scfi^e, bev Don ©orlcm fogar ali cin unrcb« 
Iitbei- ongcfodjten loirb, gom obev bo^ grbfetcnt^eiS ju uerbranqcn. ?in ben 
bakuvc^ cntftaiibcncn Streilfc^riften herrfc^t ba8 Sorurtficil, jene Kunft lonnc nur 
m cincm eiiijiGCii fiopfc cntftanbcn fein, unb baS ©trebcn Dor, biefem ju Ounft, 
StUcS mai xijxt erfinbung bcm Svange eineS reif geloovbencn SeitbebiirfniffeS bers 
bnntt, toaS bi8 nnmtttclbor an i^itc Sc^hieUe Uorbcreitcnb unb cinleitenb fcbon Bon 
anbcrn unb lelbft bon ganjen ©cwcrben ge|(f)e^cn iBor, ju Ubctfe^en obcr gcring ju 



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Bkeviek German, No. 8. 

^ie i^o^e Stufe, h)eI4e bie Su^brucEerfunft unter ben ®rfinbungen 
bei tnenfc^tic^en ®etfte§ einnimmt, l^at bie ®]^re bie ©eburtSftatte 
berjetben ju fein, sum ©egenftanbe eineS tebl^often noc^ ni(^t been= 
bigten ©treiteS gemac^t, feit ©traSburg, befonberS aber feit ^ortetn 
e§ fic§ angelegen fein liefe, bie ©tabt aRainj au§ il^rem fritter unBe» 
fttittenen auSf^tie^lic^en S8efi|e, ber bon partem fogar aU ein 
unreblic^er angefoi^ten hjirb, ganj ober boc^ gtofetentl^eilg ju ber= 
brangen. 3n ben baburc^ entftanbenen @treitfd;tiften l^errf^t ba§ 
Sorurtl^eil, jene Sunft fonne nur in einetn einjigen Soi)fe entftanben 

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LON& Primer German, No. 6. 

®te ^o^e ©tufe, toel^e bie Suc^brutferfunft unter ben (Srftn= 
bungen be§ menfd^lt^en ®eifte§ einnimmt, {)at bie ®()re bie 
©eburtsftatte berfelben ju fein, jum ©egenftanbe eine§ te6£)af= 
ten noc^ nid^t beenbigten ©treiteg gemad()t, feit ©tragburg, 
befonberS aber feit §arlem eg ftd^ angelegen fein lie^, bie 
©tabt ?(Jiain3 au§ t^rem friiEier unbeftrittenen auSfc^lie^Kc^en 
Sefi^e, ber bon §arlem fogar afe ein unreblid)er angefo(^ten 
tDxrb, ganj ober boc^ gro^tent^eife ju tierbrangen. ^n ben 

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Nonpareil German, No. 7. 

Sie [|0f)e Stufe, melc^c bie Suc^brutfcrEunft unter ben etfinbungen beS menfcStii^en 
®cifte§ einnimmt, fiat bie Efire bie (SebuvtSftatte berfelBen ju ^cin, sum ®cgen» 
ftanbe eincS tebfioften noc^ nidit becnbigten Streite? gcmac^t, feit SttaSburg, bcs 
fonbcrS aber feit partem eS fi^ angelegen fein lieg, bie Stabt SBioinj auS t^rem 
frii^er unbeftrittenen auSftfilieglic^cn SBefi^e, ber Don Sorlem fogar oIS ein untebs 
li^er angefocfitcn mirb, gonj obcr bot^ grij^tent^eiis ju ocrbrttngen. Sn ben 
baburdi entftanbenen Strcitft^riften ^errfcfit baS SBorurtbeil, jene «unft lonnc nur 
in einem einjigen «opfe entftanben fein, unb baa Streben Dor, biefem su (Sunft, 
StllcS roaS tbrc ©rfinbung bem ©range eincS reif gcroorbenen 8eitbebiirfniffe§ Der» 
banft, roaa bis unmittelBar an i^re ©c^roelle oorbcreitenb unb einlcitcnb fiion Don 
anbern unb felbft Don ganjcn ©cnjcrben gefc^c^en roar, ju iiberfe^en ober gering ju 



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Brevier German, No. 7. 

®ie ^oEie ©tufe, tDeId|e bie SBud^bruderJunft unter ben ®rfinbungen 
be§ menfd^Kd^en ©eifteS einnimmt, t)at bie ®^re bie ©eburt^ftatte 
berfetben ju fein, sum ©egenftanbe eineg leBl^aften nod^ nid^t 6een= 
bigten ©treiteS gemac^t, feit ©traSBurg, befonberg aber feit partem 
e§ fic^ angelegen fein lie^, bie ©tabt SRainj oug i^rem friil^er unBe= 
ftrittenen aulfd^Iie^Iid^en Sefi^e, ber vov. ^arlem fogor al§ ein 
unreblic^er angefocfiten wirb, gans ober boc^ grofetent^eirs su i)er= 
brangen. 3n"ben saburc| entftanbenen ©treitfc^riften tierrfd^t bag 
SSorurtfteil, jene Kunft !onne nur in einem einjigen ^opfe entftanben 

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Long Primer German, No. 7. 

®ie f)o^e ©tufe, tt)el(^e bie S3uc^bru(ferlunft unter ben @rfin= 
bungen be§ menfd^Ii^en @eifte§ einnimmt, ^t bie @]§re bie 
©eburtSftatte berfelben ju fein, sum ©egenftanbe eineS Iebl^af= 
ten noc^ nid^t beenbigten ©treite§ gema^t, feit ©tragburg, 
befonberS aber feit partem es fi(j^ angelegen fein lie^, bie 
©tabt ^Jlainj au§ i^rem friil^er unbeftrittenen au§f(^Ke|Iic^en 
Sefi^e, ber oon §arlem fogar al§ ein unreblic^er angefod^ten 
TOtrb, gonj ober bo(^ gro^tentl^eilS ju oerbrdngen. 3" ^^n 

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Small Pica German, No. G. 



Small Pica German, No. 7. 



S)ie ^ofie ©tufe, welcfje bie 33uct>brucEerfunft unter ben ®r= 
finbungen beg menfcf)ttc§en @etfte§ einnimmt, ^ai bie e^re 
bie ®ebutt§ftatte berfelben ju fein, pm ©egenftanbe etneS 
Ie6l()aften no^ nicfit beenbigten ©tretteS gemacf^t, feit ©tra§= 
burg, befonberS aber feit .partem e§ ftc§ angelegen fein 
liel, bie ©tabt SOtatns au§ i^rem fritter unbeftrittenen au^-- 
f^liefelic^en a3efi|e, ber Hon ^axUm fogar al§ ein unreb 

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Pica Gebman, No. 6. 

SDte i^o^e (Stufe, toel^e bie Sud^brurferfunft unter 
ben ©rfiubungen be§ menfc^Iid^en ©eifteS einnimmt, 
^at bie ^x^ bie ©eburtsftatte berfelben ju fein, pm 
©egenftanbe eine§ leb^aften nod^ nic^t beenbigten 
©treiteS gemadfit, feit ©traSburg, befonberS aber feit 
§arlem e§ fic^ angelegen fein tie^, bie ©tabt 3)iait^ 

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5Die ^ol)e ©tufe, meltiie bie 33u(^bru(Ierfunft unter ben ®r= 
finbungen be§ menfd)li(i)en ©eiftes einnimmt, l)at bie ®]^re 
bie ©eburtsftdtte berfelben p fein, gum ©egenftanbe eine§ 
lebliaften no(^ nic^t beenbigten ©trettes gemai^t, feit ©tra§= 
burg, befonberS aber feit ^arlera e§ fi($ angelegen fein 
lie^, bie ©tabt 3Kainj a.\x»> ilirem frulier unbeftrittenen aug= 
f($lte§li(^en 33efi|e, ber oon ^arlem fogar al§ ein unreb 

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Pica Gebman, No. 7. 



5Die ^o^e ©tufe, raeldie bie Sudibrurferfunft unter 
ben ©rfinbungen be§ menfd)K(^en ©eifteg einnimmt, 
^at bie ®^re bie ©eburt^ftdtte berfelben §u fein, gum 
©egenftanbe eineg leb^aften noc^ nic^t beenbigten 
©treiteS gemae^t, feit ©trogburg, befonberg aber feit 
§arlem eg fid) angelegen fein Ite^, bie ©tabt 3Jtains 

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Peabl German. 

Ji'1.1'!''^ Stute lutlclie bit Budibiiictcttuiitl unlet ben Srfinbumicn bt8 iiicn|d)lid)en (SeiflcS ein= 
,..,,v.'."'v.".^''" ''' ®'''uvt«[iaile berjtlljeii JU (tin, jlim (gcfleltflonbt eilieS leHojltn nod) iiidjl 
&.¥»"■ ^''''''^.O""'"'''' 1"' etvaSSutg, bejonbetS abtv feil Sarltm t« (id) angelegm lein HeJ, bit 
i.n M\* "* ""? tmm friH)tr unl:tftnttcneu au6(d)Hefetid)eit Sefige, bev uoii ^avltm foa«i-" aU tin 
uniebucjei; angeSodjten luitb, flnnj obtr bod) (iviJ6ttntI)tit« ju ijerbtaiigeii. 3n ben babiitd) cntjtan: 
oencn «=tietl(dmtttn l)ett(d)t bo« BotuttI)eil, lent ffnnit Eiinne nut in clnem einjiam Ro|!(e enlllonben 
l„„' ""^.5?B^tottebcn uot, bieitm ju (Sunft, SUttee was ihtc etttnbunn bem ©tange eineS rcif flenjot: 
E V'*' <5 v""""'* "etbnntt, rtaS 6i8 unmilietbat nn iStt Sdjluette ootbettiltnb unb einVtilenb 
!?!.?. y" f"'"" '"•' I'll"!! »on nanien Sewerben GeWjetien l»at, JU iibeileSen obet oerinj ju adjlen. 
?' ,;.c M ft""*'"™; »!' ""ten Duetten bet (Se(d)id)lc bielet Ettinbung trilifd) ju fid)len, flott bit 
oatrtui Jjejuc habenben Srldjeinungen unb Utfunben im Bulammenfiange ni bettrtt^ten unb fie mil 
euinnbey in Uebetemflimmung lu bvingen, ifl bet Slteit auf lebet 6eiie con bem iitllid)en StanbfunHe 
euitj mijiljttftanbenen iColtiotiSmuS au« gejU^tl reotben, unb bie S!eibenfd)arllid)[eil belfelben l)Ot 

i^ijnig bet Jtiinigc, fei unS ini ©taube iuiaSomuien ! •« 

51iii)t bci ben ISngeln crldjciucft Su, nid)t bci ben gtommcn ; 

Siinber finb'S uut, 2Qo SJu auf niebtiget ©put 

^ulbteid) ben iSinjug genomnien. 

4ieil un6 ! baS Sebcn iwitt otm unb in Sanftmut^ etfdjeincn ; 

^etrlid)Ieif tuitt mit bem Elenb fid) liebenb beteinen! 

(5I)te fei Sit ! SlnbctS, 4)ett, luUtben jfl ivit 

enjiglid) niuimet bie Seineu. 

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Minion Gebman, No. 2. 

Tic l)i)l)c Stufe, mclcf)e bie SBuciibructerEunft untev ben Evpnbungen be« ntenfc^* 
lid)ta ®tx\tci eranimmt, ^at bie S^ve bie (SjeturWftatte betfelten ju fein, jum 
Oegenilaube eiite« lebtiaften noc^ nit|t tjeenbigten ©tveite« aemaiJ)!, feit ®tra«» 
burg, befonberS aber feit Harlem e« Ji* anaelegen fein Ite§, bie Stabt a^ainj 
au* it)rem frii^er unbeflrittenen a««f(i)liept(^en Sefi^e, ber son partem fogar 
aU ein unreblic^cr angefoditen ttiirb, ganj ober ioi) grogtent^eilg ju serbrangcn. 
3n ben baburd; entflanbenen ®treitfd)riften t;etrfc^t ba« aJoiurtI)eil, jene itunfi 
fijnne nur in emem einjigen iEojjfe entftonben fein, unb bai ©Ireben »or, bie» 
fern ju Ounft, 3JIle8 wai i^re grfinbung bem Dtange eine« leif gettotbenen 
Beitbebitrfniffc^ scrbanft, mai Hi unniittelbar an il)re ©d)»elle uorbereitenb 
unb einleitenb fi^on sou SXnbern unb fclbfl son ganjen ®ewerben gefd)e|en war, 
JU itberfe^en ober gering ju ad)ten. Stiitt bie fparfamen, oft truben GueHen 
ber ®ef<^id)te bicfer Srfinbung frilifd) jU fid)ten, ftatt bie barauf JBegug |a» 
benben Erfc^einungen unb Urfunben im ^ufammenlange ju betrai^ten unb fie 
mit einanber in Uebereinftimmung ju bringen, i|l ber ©treit auf jeber Seile son 
bem iirtU^en ©tanbpunfte eine« migoerftanbenen 9'atriotissmu« au« gefii^rt 

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Nonpareil German, No. 2. 

Die Ijo^e Stiife, loeldjc bie Sudjbniiferfunft iinter ben grfinbitngen be« raeiifii(iii)eii 
®ei|leS ciiiniramt, kt bie &te bie ®el)icrt8i|latte berfellien j« fein, jum {Sejcnftanbe einee 
leiliaften nod) nid)t Seenbigten Streite* gernad)!, feit Stra«biirB, bcfcitbeva ober feit 
partem ei fiS anaelegen fern liej, bie ©tobt TOoiuj aui ititim fniljer uiibcftntteneii 
»u«fd)Iiefitid)en aSefi^e, ber Don .^orlcm fooar aU tin tinreblidjer (tnecfodjten luirb, oonj 
obet bo(| grBgtentljcit* ju uerbronaen. yn ben baburc^ cntlinnbcnen Strcitfdjnften 
bevrfdit bo« Soriirtljeit, Jene SimH lijnnc niir in ctnem emjigcn ffopfe entftanben fein, 
unb iai ©treten »or, biefcm ju ®un|i, ailes mai il)re Srfinbung bem Brnnge etnes 
reif gelDorbenen Beitiebiirfniffe* berbontt, l»ii8 Hi utimittelbat an il)re S^iiieUe oor. 
bereitenb unb einleitenb fi|on »on anbetn iinb felbft con ganjen Oetterben gefdjc^cn 
Itav, jn iiberfeljen obet gering ju nc^ten. 6tntt bie fpnrfnmen, eft triiben DueHen ber 

Siinig ber fiiinige, fei un« im ©tnnbe roitttommen ! 

9tid)t 6ei ben Sngein erfdjcineft Du, nidjt bei ben grommen ; 

©iinber finb'S tiur, SBu bii fliif niebriger Spnr 

J^ulbreid) ben (Sinjug gensmmcn. 

.5ei( un« ! ba« Scben reitl onn unb in ©anftmutb erfdjeinen ; 

Jperrlidjteit miU rait bem Slenb fid) liebenb uereinen ! 

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Brevier German, No. 2. 

'Die l)o^)e ©tufe, »eW)e bie SBudibrucfetfunji unter bett Srftnbuttgen beg 
menfd;Iic()en ®eifte« einntmmt, f)at bie ®t)re bte ®eburt«ftotte berfclben ju 
fein, juirt ©egenftonbe einc^ leblaften noc() nidjt beenbigten ©tteite^ ge= 
ma^t, feit ©IraSbutg, befonberg aber feit $arlem eg ficji angelegen fein (tef , 
bie ©tabt 9Katnj au« intent friit)er unbcjirtftenen au«fcj)Kefltc()en Sefi^e, 
ber Don Catlem fogar al« ein unrebltc^et angefocptcn iutrb, ganj obet bo4 
groftentt)eilgju serbtangcn, 3n ben babur^i entftanbenen ®treitfc()tiften 
^etrfii;t ha€ 33orurtf)cil, jene JSunft fiJnne nur in ctnem einjtgen .Sopfc ent- 
jlanben fein, unb ba« ©treben Bor, biefent ju ®unjl. Sitter toai i^n ®rpn= 
bung bem ©range eine« reif geworbenen 3eftbebiitfrti|fc« sctbanft, was bis 
unmittelbar an t^re ©t^wette ootbeteitenb unb einleitenb fc()on Don Slnbern 
unb fclbft son ganjen ©ctBcrben gefcj)e^cn war, ju uberfe^^en obet gering ju 
acfiten. ©tatt bte fparfanten, oft tritben Sluellen ber ®cf(|tc()te btefer ®r- 
pnbung fritifc() ju ficf)ten, ftatt bie barauf Sejug ^abenben ®tfc()einungen 

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Brevier German, No. 3. 

3^ie ljol)e ©tufc, \veld)t bie SudjBrucferfunft uiiteu ben Srfinbuiigen bc8 
menfrijiirijeii ®eifte6 einniiTinit, l;at bie Sl;rc bie (SeburtSftcitte berfelben 
ju fein, jutn ©egenftanbe eines Icbl^aften nod) niri;t beenbigten ©treiteS 
gemadjt, feit ©tcaeburg, befonberS aber feit §orlem e6 fid; angelegen fein 
iiep, bie ©tabt SDJainj an? il;rem friitjer unbefttittenen au6fd;Ue|Iitl;en 
©efil^e, ber Don partem fognr al(. ein unreblid;cr nngcfodjteii roirb, ganj 
ober bod; groptcntljeil? ju uerbriinpen. 3n ben boburdj entftanbenen 
®treitfcl)riften I;errfd)t bns SSorurt(;ciI, jene Sunft tonne nut in einem ein- 
jigen Sopfe eiitftonben fein, unb baS ©treben Dor, bicfem m Sunft, ?llle§ 
nuiS it;i'e (Stfinbung bem ©range cineS reif geiDorbenen aeitbebiirfniffeS 
uerban!t, loas bis unmittelbar an il;re ©rijtueUe Dorbeteiteiib unb einlei- 
tenb fd)on Don 'anbern unb felbft Don ganjen ©etDerben gefdjeljen luar, ju 
iifaerfel^en unb gering ju arijten. ©tatt bie fparfamen, oft tritben Onetlen 
ber ©efdjidjte biefer (srfinbung ttitifd) ju fidjten, ftatt bie barauf Sejug 

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BoTlRGEOis German, No. 2. 

Sic f)Dl)e ©tuff, roeld)e bie Siudjbrudfcrfimft unter brn grfinbungen 
be6 menfd)licl)en ®eifte§ einnlmintj Ijat bie gljre bie ®eburtsftatte ber- 
felben JU fein, jum ©egenftanbe einea lebl)aften nod) nid)t beenbigten 
StreiteS geinad)t, feit ©traSburg, bcfonberg aber feit §nrlem cS firt) 
angelegen fein lieg, bie ©tabt aiJainj (iu6 itjrcm friiljer unbeftrittenen 
auSfcl)lie|lid)en Sicfilje, ber Don partem fogar alg ein unveblicl)erange= 
fod)ten iDirb, ganj obev bod) gvi)gtentl)eilS ju berbriingen. Sn ben ba- 
burd) entftanbenen ©treitfd)rlften l)crrfd)t ba9 aSorurtI)eil, jene i^unfl 
tonne nur in einem einjigen Sofjfe entftanben fein, unb ba8 ©treben 
bor, biefem ju ®unft, aileS 1ihi6 ifire grfinbung bem ©range eineS reif 
genjorbenen 3eitbeburfniffe8 ucrbanft, tra8 big unmittelbar an il)re 
@d)iticlle uorbereitenb unb einleitenb fd)Dn bon Sinbern unb felbft bon 
ganjen ®en.ierben gefd)el)en mar, ju tiberfe^en ober gering ju adjten, 

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BouBGfEOis German, No. 3. 

Die ^o^e ©tufe, Wttdjt bte Suc^brudertutijl unter ben ©rftnbungen 
bea menfi^Iii^en ®eifte« eirtnimmt, ^at bte ®|re bie ®e6urta)idtte ber» 
felben ju fein, }um (Segenfianbe einea leblaften no(^ ntt^t beenbigten 
©trette« gemac^t, feit ©tra^burg, 6efonber« ober feit ^arlem e« pi^ 
angelegen fein tief, bie ©tabt TOainj au« t^rcm fritter unbeftrittenen 
au«f^HejjIt^en Seft^e, ber uon ^ariem fogar afe ein unrebiid^er an» 
gefoi^ten ttiirb, ganj ober boc^ grogtent^etig ju uerbrdngen. Sn ben 
babur^ entflanbenen ©treitfc^riften ^errfd)t bag aSorurt^eil, jene tunjl 
tSnne nur in einem einjigen ^o()fe entftanben fein, unb baa ©treben 
»or, biefem ju ®unfl, mt$ waa ii)n ®rftnbung bem Drange einea 
reif getttorbenen 3eit6ebiirfniiTea aerbanlt, tt)aa bia unmittelbar an 
i^re ©^weffe »orbereitenb unb einleitenb f(^on son Sinbern unb felbft 
son ganjen ®ett)erben gefc^e^ten roar, juiiberfel)en ober gering ju ac^ten. 

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Bourgeois German, No. 4. 

®ie ^oI)e ©tufe, roeld;e bie aSui^bcucEcrfunft untev ben ©L-finbiingen 
be§ menfd[;lid;en ®clfte8 einnimmt, l)at bie ®l)i-c bie ©ebuvtSftatte bee- 
felben ju fein, gum ©egenftanbe eineS lebl)aften no(^ nid^it beenbigten 
©treitcS gemacbt, feit ©tcagburg, befonbers ober feit $ortem e8 fid) 
angelegen fein liefj, bie Stnbt 2)tainj au8 it)reni friil^er unbeftrittenen 
auSfdjliefslicben SBefi^e, bee Bou §arlem fogar a[§ ein unreblic^er ange- 
fod)ten mii-b, gaitj ober bod; gro^tentl)cil8 ju oerbrangen. 3n ben 
baburd; entftanbenen ©treitfdiciften l)crcfci)t ba§ SSorurtljcil, jene ^unft 
tonne nur in einem einjigen topfe entftanben fein, unb ba6 ©treben 
DOC, biefem ju ©uitft, 3lUe« raaS i\)K ®cfinbung bem ©range eineg 
reif gemorbenen Beitbeburfmffeg oecbanft, roa« bi§ unmittelbar an 
it)re ©c|inellc oorbcreitenb unb einleitenb fd;on uon Slnbem unb felbft 
won ganjen ©emerben gefd)cl)cn mor, ju uberfel)eit ober gering jn od)ten. 

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liOXG Pbimer German, :n o. 2. 

2)te t)ol)e ®tufe, wel&ie tie S3ud)brucfertun(i unter ben @r* 
ftnbungen beg ]ncnfd)ltd)en ®ei|^eg einntmmt, \)at bte @t)re 
bie ®eburti\iatte berfelbcn ju fein, jum ©egenftanbe etne^ 
Icbhaften nod) nicf)t beettbigten ©trcite^ gemad)t, [ctt ©trag* 
burg, befonberg abcr feit ^arlem e^ ftcf) aitgclegen fein tte^, 
bie ©tabt Ttain^ au6 ibrcm fritl)cr unbejirittenen augfd)tie§# 
lidjen ©ejTlic, ber wn S>avlem fogar alS cin unreb[id)er an* 
gefocf)ten roirb, ganj ober bocf) gr5^tentl)ci[g ju »erbrdngen. 
jn ben baburcf) entftanbenen ®treitfd)riften l)errfcf)t bag 
aSorurtbeil, jene ^un|i fonne nur in einem einjigen ^opfe 
entftanben fein, unb bag ©treben »or, biefem ju ©nnft, SJKeg 

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IiOXG Primer German, Xo, 3. 

©ie I)ot)e Stufc, Hicld)c bie fflii(f)brucfcrfunft untcr ben grpnbuii= 
gcii bco mcnfd)licf)en ©cifteg cinniinnit, tyit bie gj)rc bie @ebiirt8« 
ftcitte bcrfclben jii fein, jum ©cgenftanbc cinc6 leb[)aften nod) iiid)t 
bcenbigten StrcitcS gtmod)t, feit €trn8burg, befonberS aber fcit 
iiarlcni co fid) angclcgcn fdn lic^, bie Stabt Main,} aii6 ii)rem 
friil)er unbcftritteiien augfd)lieBlid)en ©efilje, ber bon i^arlem fogar 
al8 ein unreblid)er aiigefod)ten Icirb, gan^ ober bod) groJ5tentl)cil§ 
yi berbraiigen. Jn ben baburd) entftanbenen Streitfd)riften l)errfd)t 
t>a^ Sorurtl)cil, jene ^unft tonne nnr in einem cin^igen §.op\t tnU 
ftanbcn fein, unb bag Strcben bor, biefem 511 ©unft, SllleS maS 
ibre grfinbnng beni !Drange eineS reif getoorbcnen 3citbebiirfniffeS 
S( S3 g© g A ® i> 3 1 8 ffl^SZ D fS SIISR g J u Si 

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Long Primer German, :xr). 



Xtc bobc Stiife, luelc^e bie SSui^brucferfunft unter ben grfin= 
bungen beo meni'cbli^cn (Seifteo cinnimmt, bat bie ©bve bie 
©eburtsftattc berfelben ]u fein, jum ©egcnftanbe eine^ lebbaf- 
ten nocb nid)t becnbigtcn etreitec- gcma^t, feit ©trasburg, bc= 
fonber'3 aber feit ,^arlem eg ftcb angelegen )'ein lief, bie ©tabt 
"^JZainj aui ibrem fritber unbeftrittenen ausfc^ttefticbcn Sefi^c, 
ber »on partem fogor aU ein unreblidjer angefo^ten roirb, gang 
ober bot^ grof tentbeils;^ ju oerbrangen. 3n ben baburcb entftan- 
benen ©treitfebriftcn berrfc^t bag iSorurtbeil, jene jlunft fonne 
nur in einem cinjigen ,Ropfe entftanben fein, unb bas ©treben 
9or, biefem ]u ®unft, 3l((eo mag ibre grftnbung bem Xrange 

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?ic [)ol)e Stiifc, mdiie bie 25nc|brucferEunft nnter ben Srfin' 
bungen bes nienfc^li(^en ®eifle§ einnimmt, [)at bie 6[)rc bie 
©eburtsftatte berfelben gti fein, 3unt ©egenftanbe eincs Ieb^af= 
ten nod) nid)t beenbigten ©treiteS gemad)!, fcit StroSbnrg, 
befonberg aber feit §orlem eg fii^ angelegen fein Hep, bie ©tobt 
9}fain3 on§ t()rcnt frfiber unbeftrittenen au§fd)lieplid)en 95efi^e, 
ber bon partem fogar nl§ ein unreb[id)er nngefoc!)ten roifb, 
gan^ ober bod) groptent^cilg gu berbriingen. 3n ben baburd) 
entftanbenen ©treitfdjriften l)errfd)t bas 35orurtt)eiI, jene f unft 
fonne nur in einem ein^igen -So|)fe entftanben fein, nnb bag 
Strebcn oor, biefem ^u (Sunft, ?IUeg roos i[)re grfinbung bem 

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Pica Gkrmax. 'So. 



Xte bo be etufe, meldte bte 35ud)brucferfunft unter ben Srftn? 
bungen beg menf(|lt(|en ©etfteg etnntmmt, i)at bte S^re bte 
©eburtgftatte berfelben ju fein, jum ©egenftanbe eineg leb* 
^aften noc^ ntd)t beenbigten Stretteg gemadit, feit ©trasburg, 
befonberg aber fett ^arlem eg jt($ angelegen fetn Itef, bte 
©tabt SDlatnj aug i^rem fvu^er unbeftrittenen augfc^Iteflts 
c^en ©eft^e, ber son ^arlem fogar atg etn unreblti^er ange* 
foc^ten wtrb, ganj ober rocb grbftentltettg ^u serbrangen. 
3n ben baburcf entftanbenen ©trettf4)rtften ^errfc|)t bag SSor* 
urt^etl, jene ^unft Wnne nur in einem etnjtgen ^opfe ent* 

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©ie f)ol)e ©tufe, rae(ct)e tie 33uct)brucferfunft un= 
ter ben ©rftnbungen beg menfct)n(l)en ©eijleg ein- 
nimmt, biat i)k d^re i>k @eburtg|?dtte berfelben 
]n fein,3um ©egenjfanbe eineg (eb&aften nod) nirf)t 
beenbigten ©treiteg gemact)t, feit ©tragburg, be= 
fonberg aber feit partem eg fid) angetegen fein 
(ieg, t^k (Btatt aJZainj an^ ibrem fritter unbefhrit^ 
tenen augfd)[iep[id)en 33efi^e, ber »Dn partem 
fogar ai^ ein unreb[ict)er angefod)ten n3irb, ganj 

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Pica German, Xo. .,. 



Xte {)o^e ©tufe, lueli^e bte 23ud^brucferfunft unter ben 
Srfinbungen beg inenf(J)Iid[)en ©eifteg etnntmmt, bat 
bie (£^re bte ©eburtgftatte berfelben ]u fein, jum ®e= 
genftanbe eineg leb^aften nod) ntc^t beenbigten ©treiteg 
gemac^t, feit ©tragburg, befonberg aber feit Harlem 
eg ftc^ angelegen fein lte§, bie Stabt 9}?ainj ans ihnm 
fritter unbeftrittenen augfc^Itefltd^en Sejt^e, ber son 
Jparlem fogar alg etn unrebltc^er angefod)ten rotrb, 
gan^ ober bod^ grijftent^eilg ^u serbrangen. 3" i'f" 

9t s g X (S g ® 5^ 3 .ft I' a)m o ^y Q9t 

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Tie ^o^e Stiife, treicfie bie ^Buc&buucferfunft unter 
ben (Srfinbungen ht§^ menf(|)(ic^en (sieifte? eiunimtnt, 
^at bie ©[;re bie ©cburtSftdtte berfeibcn ,^u fein, :,uin 
©egenftanbe ctnc§ leb^aften no(^ nic^t beenbigten 
3treitc? gemoc^t, feit ©traSburg, befonbers aber feit 
-s3ar(ent es fief) angelegen fein [ief, bie ©tabt Wainj 
auei i^rcm fruf)er unbeftrittenen ausfcbtie^licben Se= 
fi|e, ber Don Cxnlem fogar alS ein unrebiidier ange= 
focbten roirb, gan^ ober bocf) gro^tentbeile ^u iierbrdn= 

91 33 6 I^ G A @ •& 3 .ft I' m 9i e ^s 31 3 

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MACKELT.AR. SMITHS 4 JORDAN. 



SAXSOM STREET, PHU-ADELPHIA. 



©erman Uniform ©erieg. 



English German, No. 3. 



2){e ^o^e ®tufe, tt)e((^e bte Suc^brutfer- 
tunft unter ben »telen ^rftnbnngen be^ 
menfc^Uc^en ®eifte^ einnimmt, ^at bte 
^m bte ©ekrteftdtte berfetkn gn fein 



Two-Line SMAiL Pica German. 






GiiEAT Primer German, No. i 



im ®eMete ber mtnm^it; e^ giBt 
fur un^, kfonber^ im ?)ractif$en 



Two-Line Pica German. 



Sfusftelluno Sljpogrop^iftfier 
^rot^t=S6crte 



Two-Line English German. 



3oologi[d)er ©arten g^emifd)e§ Soboratorium 



Double Paragon German. 



SSerficJerung^=@efeUf(|aft 



Fottr-Line Pica German. 



SBicncr ^onbcl^-3eltun0 



Five-Line Pica German. 



5lDtf) dtidit (^ifen 



-iix-LixE Pica German, No. % 



^\t 3Kor(|enrdtt|e 



skvkn-JjInk Pica German. 



gute Stecfitc 



ALL COf/PLETE WITH FIGURES 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORIJAN. 



SANSifM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



§on5en5c5 German "^itk. 



Nonpareil Condensed German Title. 

3(t3 JBiiilJ bet Matut licgt fcit ^atrtiinfenticu nufgefifjlngeii bot im 9(irfc bee 
Wml^tn. es ift in jrafeeit mill (jertlii^m guBCit ocfrJrieBen, eS cntCnlt ImS 
punbcrBnre iiitli baS 9!nl!li(0e, unb itcbcn bcm @Iiiii3Ciibcn tat mHi bctS Un- 
tivcinbnre feiiic SBebeutnng itnb [cine Steflc. 8u nHtn Sciten unb atter Ortcn 

ScutMc iXngelfciifjfcn unb Scnnbiniibicr 



Brevier Condensed German Title. 

2)06 I8ni) bet SBotur licgt feW Sittftrtttufcnbcn oufgcftJIoBcn 
ftqr bent SBIirfe beg SKcnf^en. @S ifj in grofecn unb jcniiAcu 
3ugen gcfi|rieien, eS cntpit ba$ SBunbcrbarc unb !!Rti$lti|c 

Stalientr, iS|ianier unb gronjofcn 



Long Primer Condensed German Title. 

2io§ ©u^ i)cr 9lotur liegt fcit 3o§rtottfenben oufocs 
f^togcn bar hem mUt be§ aBenf^en. ©8 ift in 
grnfecn unb ^crrli^en S«9en gef^rirten, e« cnt^iiH 

©runbret^te bcl beutft^tn SBoIfg 

Pica Condensed German Title. 

ttttfgcjt^Ittgcn nor betn SBfidc bc§ SWcnf^cn. 
^g ift in ben grolfcn unb |errlii§en Sttgeit 

2)ie ©(^Itti^t 6ei Mo^H(^ 



Minion Condensed German Title. 

SnS iSuiJ ber Sttntut lieot feit Snllrtitufenben ttufoeHIagen bur bem iBtitfe 
bcS !Wenfil)cn. gl ift in grofeeu unb JerrriiiSeu Siigtu gcftfjritBen, cS caU 
Ijiilt bus SBuubcrbstc nub HS SRiitfliifjc unb ncbcn bcm @Iitn]cnbcn (rtt 

©ctmnncii, nicufrSliiScr grcijcit ©orFnuttifcr 



Bourgeois Condensed German Title. 

2)08 ©nil bcr SHotwt lieflt fcit So^rtoufcnben aufflcf^IaBcn 
nor bem SlidEc be§ SMcnfiiSen. @§ ift tn woficn ««b 5ett= 
liii^en SHiv. flcfi^ricficn, c§ ent|oH bo8 aBunberSnre nnb 

2o8 @UBlifii^e olg SBeltf^iroi^c 



Small Pica Condensed German Title. 

taS Su(i§ ber Sliotur Iteflt feit Stt^ftnufettben aitfs 
fleft^tttflen bar 'om BMt beS Menft^en. @g ift in 
graven unb ^ettlidjen Qu^m gef^vieben, nnb tS 

2)ie SunbeStefinbTilf 2)eutf(i5Ionb 

English Condensed Gebman Title. 

2)c§ ^«i^ bcr ^tttttr licgt fcit Mv' 
tttttfcttbctt aaifgcfillttgctt bor icnt S5Itdc 

ailorfrloll Somftrtg 



Great Primer Condensed German Title. 



ttrticrttittttiitc ^iilfet teltett Planter ©tie^cit (^etrntttien Stt^ttuet ^Mtn 



Two-Line Pica Condensed German Title. 



©rttttttfj^meigg §mM ate Ouartierftatit iier ^anfa 



Two-Line English Condensed German Title. 



^tt^enii, ^vei^eit ttttii UnttB^ttngigfeit 
^cnnfljltitttttctt^ Wlatta 



Two-Line Great Primer Condensed (German Title. 



tttf^iiitngHii^e ®ii^B|>ftttt9§^eetbe 



ALL COMPLETE WITH FIGURES. 



MACKELLAR, SWITHK & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



German Xitle* 



Nonpareil German Title. 



!So» SSndf ber Slafur liegt fcit 3a|)rtaufenben aufgcfci)Ingeti nor tern aSIitlc 
bcS SSlcnfdien. <S$ tfl in grofien iinb 1)enUeben Siigen gefdjricben, ei enU 
I)alt bag SBunberbare iinb iai fltn^Ud)e, unb ncbcn bcm @lanjciiben liat 
aud) iai Unfdxtnbarc feiiic Scbeutung unb fcine Stelle. 3u alien 3ettCH 

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Brevier German Title. 

35a§ 95ut^ Set Statiic licgt feit 3a^rtaufcnbcn auf= 
gefc^Iagen uor t»cm ©lirfc beg SJJlcnff^eit. ®g ift in 
gro^en unb ifextliditn 3«9cn gcfdytie^cn, eS cntl^dlt 

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Minion German Title. 

Sa8 Sud) bcr 9f atur liegt feit Safirtaufenben aufgefdjiogen »or bent Slide 
be« ajlenfdjen. &i ifl in grogen unb ]^errlid>en 3ugen gefd^rieben, e« 
entbalt bai 9Bunberbare unb iai Stii^Uct)e, unb neben bent ©lanjenben 
Ijat aud) itti Unfd)einbare feine Sebeutung unb feine @telle. 3u alien 

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Bourgeois German Title. 

Sic Ifolit ®tufe, tt)dii)c bic ©«d)bru<ferfunft untcr 
bcit ©rflnbungen bc^ mcnf^Ud&en ®ciftc^ einnimmt, 
ffat bic (Bfitt, bic ®cb«rt^ftdttc bcrfclben gu fcin, junt 

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Long Primkr German Title. 

^ie ^o^e <Stufc, ioeld^e bie aSud{)^tucfcrf unft 
untcr i>ett ^tftnfrungen be^ Wteni^etiQeifte^ 
einnimmt, ^at bie &^te, bie ©eburt^ftattc 

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^ie ^o^e ®tufc, toeI<$e bie aSu<^^ru(fcrfnnft 
untcr ben ©rftnbungcn be^ !0lcnfd{)cngciftc§ cin= 
nimmt, ^at bie ®l^rc, bie ©cfturt^ftattc ftcrfcIBcn 

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Pica Germax Title. 

T>a^ 35ttc^ bet ?ftatuv liegt fcit ^a^t- 
taufen^en aufgefc^Iagett Dor bent ^(i^e 
&e§ ^enf^en* ®g ift iit gto^en tinfe 
ftetvli^en ^u^cn ^ei^ticbett, e§ entl^dlt 

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Great Primer German Title. 

feit 3a^ttaufen^ett aufgc« 

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Twn-LixK Pica German Title. 






Two-TjIne English German Title. 






Two-IiiNE Great Primer German Title. 






MACKELLAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



©rnamcntaf Scrninn. 



Long Primijjr Gtjrman Shaded. ' 



Enhtjsh German SHA]>En. 



ifijjl^lf tfdipe .^etfct8t«t^: 



Two-Link Minion German Obnamisnted. 



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Two-Line Pica German Shaded. 
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Two-Line En&ijsh German SirAttED. 

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MjJMJwtttti^llerew 



Two-Ltne Long PRistKii German Whadei>. 

©rfliibiiiig Der Biiclbritferfimft 



Two-Line KNfiLisH German Shaded, No. 



Two-Link Grkat Peimi-^r German Ornamextkd. 





Great Primer Black Shaded. 



Two-Line Small Pica German Shaded. 

#t#§t §tem«ilt#f tit 

Two-Line English Black Shaded. 




Great Primer German Open. 



Two-Lini: English German Ornamented. 



Double Paragon Ger^fan Ornamented. 







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SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



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No. 186. 60 c. No. 182. 60 c. 




No.l.il. S1.83. 



No. 152. Sr.8g. 




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Series 65 and 66 work admirably together. 



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COMBINATION BORDER 



Put up in 5 lb. founts. 








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SAN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




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YOUTH'S 

INDIFFERENCE 




QENERALLV DANGEROUS, 






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EXPERIENCE. 

ALWAYS RELIABLE. 



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SAXROM STREET. PHir,AnEI.PHI.\. 







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SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHTA. 



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SANROM STREET, PHIT^ADELPHIA. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS * JORDAX, 



SAXSOM STRKF.T, PUII.AnELPHTA. 



MACKKLLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SAXSOM STREF-T, PHTI.ADELPHTA. 




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SAXSOM STKEET, PHILADELPHIA. 






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■^^ui A new Border Series 
admirably fills aplace 
hitherto unoccupied among* 
the appliances of the Typo- 
graphic Art. We present it 
to the craft as another evi- 
dence of our desire to place 
within their reach every 
means of diversifying the 
appearance of their skilful 
handiwork. 



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SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



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SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA 




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SANSOM STREET, PHI LADKI.PHl A. 




Cast on Nonpareil and Pica bodies. Price per Tount, $5.75. 




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4Mm ST.,PHILADEL?HIA 



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MACKEXLAS, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STRF.KT, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKEtLAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKELLAK, SMITHS it JORDAX, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN 



AXr^OM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



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SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS <£ JOBDAX 



•SAXnoM STRKET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKELLAK, SMITHS & JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STRKIGT, PHILADELPHIA. 




'^ SERIES 92. 1^ 



Solomon Fernwood & Co. 

Paper Pulp and Mummy Phosphates, 

Cairo, Egypt, 






CQOSBS ^ LlEYY, 

DEALSI^S IK flJIKIAUUI^E gYI^fiMIDS, 

pliEXAHDS^I, 



^WMM.M&T-MWm, 




Sand-Strewn Pyramids and 




Nonpareil and Pica Bodies. Price of Third Section, per Fount, $6.00. 




Grave Scenes in Pharaohland. 






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SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 






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21 22 K2 28 



42 43 



41 47 



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49 50 





Nonpareil and Pica Bodies. 



35 9 11 16 26 
27 13 14 B 7 10 

i^ bu yi 4 I F 



29 15 30 



57 18 



44 45 







Price per Fount, $9.50. 




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A JORDA^', 




SAN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA 




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SANSOM STREET, PHILADEI.PIII A. 




SLACKEI.LAK, S>aTHS A JORDAN', 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADEn^PHlA. 



9%n^mm att& %%$t%$n. 



A fount of the Chessmen contains g6 pieces. The Checkers are put up in founts of 68 pieces. 



SERIES I. . . TWO-LlNE LONG PRIMER. 






fiiBifiiffi 

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3 4 7 






11 12 



13 i» 17 

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2fi 27 



18 21 



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16 19 20 23 24 




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12 5 6 



3 4 J » 



11 12 



11 14 17 18 21 22 



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15 16 19 



23 24 




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SANMiM STREET. IMIJ I.ADKI.PH I A. 



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22 23 24 2J 2G 27 28 29 30 31 32 S3 84 85 30 87 38 

MlNION, No. 1. 
8 4 '■. 7 8 10 11 



12 13 14 15 10 17 18 in 

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Brevier, No. l. 



+ 



3 4 5 7 8 

X -=- = -^ x/ 1^ 



10 U 12 13 14 15 

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BOURC'KOIS, No. 1. 



+ 



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13 10 17 18 10 



12 13 14 



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y.iixcj Primer, No. 1. 

I S 10 U 12 IJ 

-H--i-±nA<>>/ 

(1 32 17 1>t 10 20 21 22 23 

Ul- -D : :: CD [^ ^ O ^ 

33 ;H 14 Sj 30 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 

Smatj. Pica, No. 2. 

-.' a 4 J 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 

15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 

fw. % % / a 5 5 3 55* ^ # t 

Pica. 

1 ' 3 4 5 7 8 10 11 12 14 41 

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15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 42 i:i ^^ 44 4.') 



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29 30 81 



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A= V V ^ y V 

35 30 37 38 39 40 

? («' % % /■ ft S 3 9 i^ ^ ^ t * + 

Pica, No. 2. 

12 3 4 

5 5 3 B- 



Agate Almanac Sions. 

12 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 2C 27 28 

?eec?"vnyjeo<ii0®»® 

20 30 31 32 33 34 35 30 37 36 

Brev^ier Almanac Hkjns, No. l. 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 

U 15 16 IT 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 

? ^ ® % V h ¥W»0® 

25 26 27282930 31 32 333435 

©••Dc$<?An*S2?5 

Jjosa Primer Almanac Signs, No. j. 

1234 5 78 9 10 11 

12 13 14 15 10 33 IT 18 19 20 21 

K©5$©e3 2/l2¥W 

w 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 ao 8] 82 

DQ#0<^ <?An*S2y 

Long Primer At.manac Skjns, No. 2. 



13 14 IJ 10 



1 " 3 4 5 G 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 10 SO 91 22 23 24 25 20 

Nonpareil. 

1 " 8 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 
21 22 23 24 25 20 2T 28 29 30 31 32 S3 34 35 30 3T 38 30 40 41 42 43 

# + X X X X II = Z L ^ + X = o >«■«•'" Q 1 

44 45 40 4T 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 50 57 58 59 00 01 02 63 



MlNlON, No. 2. 

1 *> 3 4 5 T 8 9 10 11 12 13 

17 18 19 20 21 22 28 24 2J 20 27 28 

ip @ 9fc % ^ lb 3 3 9 R Tf^ + 



14 15 16 



+ 



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X - 



14 15 16 



17 18 19 20 21 



Brevier, No. 2. 

/ 8 9 10 il 12 13 

± n A < 1/ # ->- 

_.„___ 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 

fy' % ';^ / R) .? 3 9 B "X^ # ** t * ►}< SB t 

BOITRGEOIS, No. 2. 
1 " 3 4 o 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 

+ -X-5- = ^±DA<T/r-^-'— >: :: 

17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 

f @ ^« % )« ft g 3 9 R y 

Long Primer, No. 2. 

1 " 3 4 , 6 ( 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 

+ -x^ = 4-±nA<i/ir^!i__^ 

15 16 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 L'4 26 20 27 28 29 30 

: :: ^ Cm % % ^ lb g 3 9 R ^ # Hf< t 

English. 

1 " 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 13 

H — x-^ = ^±nnA>v^ 

14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 

^^^ [T -^ ^ ■■ ■■■■ A I I J- EB J= 

26 27 28 29 SO 31 32 33 34 35 30 37 

No. 8. No. 0, 



So.l. No. 3. No.o. No. 7. No. 0. 



Recipe Marks. 

No. 11. No. 10. No. 8. No.O, No. 4. No. 2. 

R 9 



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Brevier Almanac Signs, N<». 3. 

9 10 11 12 

iT =y=_ ^ s 

Pica Almanac Signs, No. 2. 

^ (k ^ m'k ii ik4% 

13 14 9 10 11 12 16 10 



Two-Line Brevier Almanac Signs. 

Series No. 1. Series No. 2. 

2 3 4 12 3 4 



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Two-Line Pica Almanac Signs 



1 



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Nonpareil Almanac Signs. 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 

16 16 17 IS 10 20 21 22 28 24 25 20 

2728203031 3233 3435 36 

D«©6§An*Qn 



Brevier Almanac Signs, No. 2. 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

T \i ft 69Q_W -"f^^ ^ "^X- 

18 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 

24 25 20 27 28 29 80 31 32 

38 34 35 80 37 

A D * £3 y 

Pica Almanac Signs, No. 1. 

1 *> 3 4 .'i b 7 8 y 

10 11 12 13 14 i!i 10 17 18 19 

K^^K©^ ? ® e s 11 

211 21 22 23 24 2.1 20 27 28 29 
30 31 33 33 :« 35 ;« 37 88 

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SANHOM street, PHILADELPHIA. 



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Price per set, JJ3.60 ; or 35 cts. each. 



























Price per set, $4.00 ; or 40 cts. 
each. 



Price per set, $10.00 ; or 90 cts. each. 



Price per set, $4.00 ; or 40 cts. 
each. 



KACKSIJuAK, SMITHS A. JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHUADELPHTA . 



r 



Ko.1719. 60 els. 



yo.l727. 60 els. 



No. 1705. 




No. nOS. $1.!15. 



No. 1706. $1.SS. 





so.nne. 60cts. 




So.nlU. 60 els. 



Two-Line Crreat Fiimei AJtmajiac Signs. 
Price, 25 cents each. 



NO.BB96. fl.85. 









Two-Line Great Fiimei Almanao Signs. 
Price, 25 cents each. 








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No. SOOi. 




Nos. 3003 to 3014. 90 cents each, or $10.00 per set. 
No. 3007. 






No. S005. 




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No. SOU. 








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SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHXA. 



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Pui op in founts of 108 pieces. 
Price, $3,00. 



110 111 112 lis lU 115 



116 117 118 



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119 120 121 



122 12S 124 125 126 127 



134 135 136 

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1S7 138 139 



140 141 142 

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143 144 145 



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ACCORDIN« TO ACT OF CONGRESS. 



129 130 131 132 



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ACCORDING TO ACT OP CONGRBBS. 



No. 92. 30 cts. 

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No. 93, 35 cts. 





No. 96. 40 cts. 




No. 98. 3S cts. 



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No. 99. 35 ctB. 




No. 97. 40 cts, 

cm 




No. 100. 40 ats. 



No. 101. 40 cts. 







No. 102. 40 cts. 




No. 103. 40 cts. 




No. 104. 40 eta. 




No. 105. 40 cts. 



M^ 



No. 106. 40 cts. 



No, 107. 40 cts, 




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No. 109. 40 cts. 




No. SIO. 45 eta. 




No. 308. 45 cts. 



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No. 65. 30 cts. 




No. 87. 30 cts. 




No. 26. 50 cts. 






No. 331. 75 cts. 




No. 307. 40 cts. 




1*2)5 



No. 309. 4S cts. 




No. 86. 30 cts. 




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No. 88. 30 CtB. 




No. 27. 50 cts. 




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No. 325. 75 eta. 




No. 329. 40 cts. 



No.325J^. 73 cts. 




So. 327. 75 cts. 




Xo. 313. 50 cts. 




No. 314. 50 cts. 




No. 313. 50 cts. 




No. 316. so cts. 



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No. 317. 50 cts. 




Xo. 318. 50 cts. 




Xo. 33. 35 cts. 




No. .^24. 75 cts. 




No. 326. 75 cts. 




Xo. 328. 75 cts. 




MACKELIiAR, SMITHS <t JORDAK. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



i. 



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In ordering be careful to add the words " Check Blank" to the number wanted. 



No. 269. 30 cts. 



No. 290. 35 cts. 



No. 291. 35 cts. 




No. 250. 35 cts. 




No. 251. 3S cts. 




No. 273. 35 cts. 








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No. 279. 30 cts. 



No. 274. 35 cts. 



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No. 287. 35 cts. 



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No. 295. 40 cts. 



No. 283. 40 cts. 






No. 288. 35 cts. 






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No. 228. 30 cts. 



No. 281. 40 cts; 




No. 269. 40 cts. 




No. 311. 50 CIS. 



No. 312. 50 cts. 






No 


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30 cts. 


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No. 224. 30 Cts. 



No. 225. 30 Cts. 



No. 226. 30 eta. 



No. 301. 35 cts. 




No. 304. 40 cts. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS &. JORDAN, 



SANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



I No. 501. rocts. I No. 502, lo cts. 



No. 503. lo cts, 




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PATENTED AND COPYRIGHTED. 



No. 517. 25 Cts. 

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No. 509. 10 cts. 



No. 510. ro cts. No. 511. 10 cts. 



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No. 521. 25 cts. 



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No. 533. 35 cts. 



No. 534. 30 cts. 



No. 535. 30 cts. 



No. 536. 20 cts. 



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No. 539. 25 cts. 



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No. 567. 25 cts. 



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No. 569. 25 cts- 




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No. 571. 40 cts. 





No. 572. 35 cts. 



No. 573. 25 cts. 



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No. 574, 25 cts. 



No. 575. 40 cts. 




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No, 576. 30 cts. 



No. 577. 35 cts. 




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No. 66. 12 cts. 




No. 12. i8 cts. 




No. 77. 30 cts. 




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No. 2. i8 cts. 




No. 7. i8 cts. 




No. 10. i8 cts. 




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No. 78. 30 cts. 




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No. 4. 12 cts. 



No. 71. z8 eta. 



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No. 11. 12 cts. 





No. 82. 30 cts. 




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No. 6. 12 cts. 



No. 70. 12 cts. 



No. 60. 8 cts. 



No. 59. 8 cts. 



No. 16. 12 cts. 




No. 5. 12 cts. 



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No. 62. 12 cts. 




No. 61. 12 cts. 



No. 69. 18 cts. 



No. 3. 12 cts. 




No. 72. 18 cts. 



No. 76. 18 cts. 




No. 79. 25 cts. 




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No. 74. 18 cts. 




No. 76. t8 cts. 




No. 80. 30 cts. 




No. 83. 30 cts. 




No. 84. 30 cts. 



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No. 54. 30 cts. 



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No. 48. 35 cts. 




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No. 55. 35 cts. 



No. 89. 30 cts. 




No. 52. 35 cts. 



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No. 53. 35 cts. 




No. 50. 30 ote. 




No. 56. 35 cts. 




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No. 34. 30 CCS. 




No. 35. 35 cts. 




No. 36. 30 cts. 




No. 37. 30 cts. 



No. 38. 30 cts. 



No. 585. 60 cts. 




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No.SiOS. p.SS. 
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No. elSS. 90 clu. 




N0.2W6. fix. 




No.Kis. fur>. 




No. 2716. P-S/i. 




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No.2910. fl.fl5. 




NO.SS98. ft 




No. ^9S0. 18 els. 




No. 291,8. 18 els. 




No. 291^. 18 els. 




No. SS9S. 30 els. 




NO.S09S. $1. 



No. SOSl. 90 els. 




No. SSSl. 90 els. 



No.^iS7. SScls. 




No. 29U7. 18 els. 




No. 2951. 18 els. 




No. 179S. SO els. 





N0.2S2S. 90 els. 




No. 2717. flJ2B. 



No. 2ISi. $1.26. 




No. SOUS. $1.26. 



No. SOU. fl.26. 





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,\XSOM STREET, PHILADELi n lA. 




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No.SOlS. p.t5. 



XO.S701. $1.26. 



No. 3961. Si.25. 




No. HISS. $l.So. 




No.HWO. fl.25. 




No.iSlS. flJiS. 




No. sen. fi.^5. 
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No. mis. fhns. 






^Ticclt ^rnatnenls ami ^lars. 



NO.S708. SScl.':. 



No. S198. W clK. 





No.Sm. 26ctt. 



No.Sni. S.5cls. 



NO.S709. 25 els. 




No- '■ No. 3470. 60 cte. No. 4. 

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^°]^ No.SliSl. Wets. 



No. S669. SO ch. 




sun. 1 to 15, in foanli of Tanr cmch. PHcp, >l.«l. 



No. SIlSl. SO Ctt. 





No.tSrS. $1J16. 




No.m7. ?1.85. 



No. sm. $1,316. 




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NO.S978. p.S6. 




No.ggSI,. $l.i 




^'"^m 




W<^' 




iSSNo. 

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2399. 


$1.25. 




(11 


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No. S787. $U6. 




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No.nOk. fl35. 



No.Sni. Mortised. ^l.HO. \ No.VSg. MoHwed. ^IM. \ No.27SS. lilorlised. ftHO. 




^ritattienkl ||iitiy ||eikr^* 



Complete Sets, from A to Z, of the Ornamental Utters, may he had. Each Set harmonizes throughout, yet every letter has same dUierstty of orrmment. 






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NINTI^ SERIES. 



ELEVENTH SERIES. 



TENTI^ SERIES. 




PRICES:— First Series, per Set, S^-SOJ Single Letter, i2Ct5. Second and Fourth Series, per Set, S6.25; Single Letter, 30 cts. Third, Fifth. Sixth, Seven* and Eighth Series, per Set, $12.50; Single Letter, 60 cts. 

Ninth and Tenth Series, per Set, $18.75; Single Letter, 90 cts. Eleventh Series, per set, 425.00; Single Letter, Si. 25. 



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THIRTEENTH SERIES. 




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FIFTEENTH SERIES. 






SIXTEENTH SERIES. 




PRICBS:-T„elfa,. Thirteenth »d Sixteenth Series, per Set. S...50: Single i:^,ter, & cts. Fonrteenth. Fifteenth and Seventeenth Series, 



perSet, S10.00; Single Letter. 50 cts. 



MACKSLIiAB, SMITHS 4ft JOBDAN. 



SAXSOM STEEET, PHILADELPffTA. 



riwirnentel i|niial Wdter^* 



Complete Sets, from A to Z, of the Ornamental Letters, may ie had. Each Set harmj>mzes throughout, yet every letter has some diversity of ornament. 



NINETEENTH SERIES, 










TWENTY-FIRST SERIES. 

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TWENTY-SECOND SERIES. 




TWENTIETH SERIES. 



TWENTY-THIRD SERIES, 








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TWENTY-FOURTH SERIES, 







TWENTY-FIFTl^ SERIES. 














TWENTY-SIXTH SERIES, 








TWENTY-SEVENTH SERIES. 



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EIGHTEENTH SERIES. 






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PRICES :-EighKenth Series, per Set. l^s-oo; Single Letter, 73 cts. Nineteenth Series, per Set, J>o.» ; Single Letter, 50 cts. TwenHeth and Twenty-Fourth Series, per Set. $5.00- Single L.tter K CIS 
Twenty-First, Twenty-Second. Twenty-Third and Twenty-Sixth Series, per Set. 87.00; Single Letter, 35 cts. Twenty-Fifth Series, per Set. K - .i • 

S6.00 ; Single Letter. 30 cts. Twenty-Seventh Series, per Set. S12.50; Single Letter. 60 cts. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JOBDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



IrEamenW |[tiitiiil ||etter^. 



Complete Sets, from A to Z, of the Ornamental Letters, may be had. Eaeh Set harmonizes throughout, yet every letter has some diversity of ornament. 



• TWENTY-EIGHTH SERIES, 

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THIRTIETH SERIES, 



THIRTY-FIRST SERIES, 





THIRTY-SECOND SERIES. 



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THIRTY-SEVENTH SERIES, 






TlJIRTY-SIXTl^ SERIES. 







THIRTY-EIGHTH SERIES, 





THIRTY-NINTH SERIES. 




Prices :— Twenty-Eighth, Twenty-Ninth and Thirty-First Series, per Set, JS.ooi Single Letter, 40 cts. Thirtieth Series, per Set, S7.00; Single Letter, 35 cts. Thirty-Second Series, per Set, S2.00; Single Letter, 10 cts. 
Tliirty-Third and Thirty-Seventh Series, per Set, g^.oo; Single Letter, 15 cts. Thirty-Fourth and Thirty-Fifth Series, per Set, $3.50; Single Letter, 20 cts. Thirty-Sixth Series, per Set, 84.00 ; Single 
Letter, 25 cts. Thirty-Eighth Series, per Set, Js-oo; Single Letter, 25 cts. Thirty-Ninth Series, per Set, f 12.50; Single Letter, 60 cts. Fortieth Series, per Set, with Pendants and 
Spaces, S5.00; Single Letter, with Pendants, 30 cts. Forty-First Series, per Set, with Pendants and Spaces, $7.00; Single Letter, with Pendants, 40 cts. 



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Price, per Set, Sio.oo: Single Letters, 50 cts. 



MACKELI-AR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Ornamental Initial IietteFl. 



Registered, No. 24,024. 
mechanical patent. mak. 31, 18i 



FORTY-THIRD SERIES. 



Price, per Set, Sa-oo- Single Letter, 40 cts. 




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Ie,a4 mid §ail %kM§, 



No.SSUi. 7Scts. 



No. S858. p.OO. 




No.SSiS. 60 els. 




Nu.SSdS. SO cts. 




No.S8i9. eOcts. 




No.SSSIt. SOcU. 





Na.SSSg. tlM. 




No. S850. 60 eta. 




Ko. S8f,S. 50 cts. 




Ko.^Sl. 60 els. 




No.3856. SOela. 




No. 8852. 60 els. 





No. S82S. 50 eta. 




yo.SSSl. .50 cts. 




NO.S820. 50 cts. 




No. SSBS. 50 eta. 




No.S8gi. SO els. 




No.SSgS. 50 cts. 




NO.S8S6. 50 eta. 



So. S8S7. SO els. 




No. S8S9. 50 eta. 




No. 38B8. 50 els. 





MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREKT, PHI J.ADEF.PHTA. 



Msa® MMW ^mam Fis©s©, 




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SANSOM. STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Mmm® MMW W&um, Fass^i 







No.SSOl. $1.26. 






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No. 3502. fl.S5. 




No. 3503. 


$1.25. 




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No. S60U. $1.25. 






No. 3505. $1.25. 




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Xo. 3511. SO cts. 




No. 3513. 75 cts. 




No. 3512. 60 Ola. 




No. SS59. 50 cl». 




No.SSOe. $1.00. 




No. 3507. $1.26. 




No. 3508. $1.26. 




No. 3509. , $1.25. 






No. 3510. 


$1.26. 










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No. 351k. $1.50. 




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N0.S516. $1.50. 








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No. 3519. $1.50 




No. 3520. $1.50. 





Jffij. S«6. #i.50. 








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N0.S517. $1.50. 



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No. 3621. $1.60. 






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Im^m mmm W&Em W^m®mm^ 



No. 3900. $1.00. 




No.SSOB. $1.00. 




No. 3901,. $1.00. 




NO.S906. $1.S6. 




No. 3908. $135. 




No. 3910. $1.25. 






No. 3912. 


$1.S5. 






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N0.S9U. $1.10. 




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No. S8S5. SO Ota. 




No. 3898. SOcts. 




No. 3899. 50 els. 




No. 3890. U> cts. 



yfmmm. 



No. 3891. iO els. 






No. S89B. U> cts. 



^^0-4^ 



No. 3893. iO els. 






No. 389i. W els. 



m^^m' 



No. 3895. Wets. 



NO.S901. $1.00. 



mi^m^ 



No. 3903. 


$1.00. 


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No. 3905. $1.00. 



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No. S907. $1.25. 




No. 3909. $1.25. 





No. 3913. $1.25. 



No. 3916. $1.50. 



^i^mm 



No. 3918. $1.50. 




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tm&w m.mm l^aaa .^asssi 



No S5S^. 60 cts. 




No.SSSe. 50 cts. 




No. S5SS. SO els. 




N0.S86O. 7Sclii. 




No.SSST. Wets. 




No.SBIa. SO cts. 




No. S5S9. SO cts. 




'.. $1^S. 




N0.S88S. ft 




No.SBUl. Wets. 




No.SSAS. Wets. 




No.SSiU. Wets. 




No. S86S. 75 cU. 




NO.S87S. $1M). 





No. SS3S. 60 cts. 




No.SSU). SO els. 




No. SS67. 60 cts. 




No. 3861. IS cU. 




No. SSSi. 60 cts. 




No. S86L 60 els. 




No. 3666. 76 cts. 



No. S86g. SO cts. 




No. 3866. 60 cts. 




No.SSge. WeU. 



No.SSSS. $1.00. 



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No. SSSJ,. 60 cts. 




No. 3868. SO cts. 






No. 3567. 


$1.00. 




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No. 35^7. 50 cts. 



No. S566. $1.00. 





No. 3630. 60 els. 




No. SSS9. 50 els. 




No. 3870. 60 cts. 








No. 3663. $1.00 






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No. SSS8. 75 ell.. 




No. S87!S. 75 cts. 




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SANSOM STBKET, PHILADELPHIA. 



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AN'StiM STRKF.T, PHIT^ADF.T^PHIA. 



NEWSPAPER CUTS. 




SANSOM STREET, PHII.ADKT.PHIA. 



NEWSPAPER CUTS. 



WHEN OHDERINQ. BE CAREFUL TO ADO THE WORDS "NEWSPAPER CUT" TO THE NUMBER ORDERED. 
ao. I2 0tS. -ts „„,« 37. I2CtS. 



117. 8 c. 170. 8 c. 




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m. imk. 



COAL OIL 



CMCERT- 



Ho. 4006. 



CONFECTIONS 



Ho.lMIT. 



CROCKERY 



N0.WO8. 



DRUGS 



No. W09. 



DRYGOODSi 



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So. Wll. 



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N(j. WIS. 



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No. WIS. 



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No. iOU. 



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No. HOIS. 



GAS FITTINGS 



No. ioie. 



GROCERIES 



So. W17. 



HATS&CAPS 



No. 1.018. 



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So. iois. 




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PAPER HANGINGS 



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PAWNBROKER 



No. uae. 



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Price, 50 cents ea 



oil. 'By mail, postage prepaid,. 62 oeiits each. 



No. SOOl. 




AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 



No. 5081,. 




BASKET-MAKER. 





No. SOM. 




"i"Mi|i|lll|lll)l|(|l||lin'rM''" 

CHINA-WARE. 




CONFECTIONER. 



CCPVRIGHT SKCUKED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS. 



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APOTHECARY. 



No. .500,5. 




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No. anos. 




No. SOUh. 




CARRIAGE-BUILDER. 




No. rMA. 



No. SOOL 





ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS. 



No. sone. 




No. S007. 





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No. BO^S. 



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No. SOU. 




CABINET-MAKER. 




No. S05S. 



CEDAR-COOPER. 



No. snii,. 




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No. eoS7. 






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M. 5019. 





No. 50S0. 





DRY GOODS. 



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FISHrNG-TACKLE. 



JVo. 60S6. 





FLOUR-DEALER. 




Xo. .10:^1,. 



FRAME-MAKER. 






GAS-FITTER. 



GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHER. 





GUNSMITH. 



Xo. 5059. 







HAIR-DRESSER. 



HARDWARE. 



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No. 50SX. 




No. r,03U- 




No. 5036. 






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Xo. 5060. 




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MUSIC-DEALER. 




NOTION-DEALER. 



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No. SOU. 





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PERFUMER. 



No. SOU. 





PHOTOGRAPHER. 



No. 606i. 




No. 5081. 




SASH-MAKER. 




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SCALE-MAKER. 



No. mis. 




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No. 50811. 




No. 50AS. 



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No. S06S. 




PICKLES AND PRESERVES. 



No. 5065. 




No. 50lt5. 




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No. 50U1. 





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No. 50U). 





SHOE-FINDER. 



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SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 



No. 606S. 







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No. SOTS. 







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UPHOLSTERER. 



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^'o. g7iS. 





No. 5080. 



No. f 739. 




WHEELWRIGHT. 



WIRE-WORKER. 




.Vo. nhu. 



No. g7iS. 






FLOUR-DEALER. 




HARDWARE. 



No «740. 





-Vo. «7A5. 




LIQUOR-DEALER. 




i\"o. S7U. 



No. iTi9. 




No. 2746. 






SHOEMAKER. 



STATIONER. 



TEA-DEALER. 



TOBACCONIST. 



UACKELLAR, SMITHS <fi JOBDA^, 



&ANSOM STREET, PHII.,<DEI.PHIA, 



Comic BusiiirEss Cuts. 



No.SSOS. $1^5. 




APOTHECARY. 



NO.SS09. p.SS. 




No.SSn. $l.S5. 




No.SSn. $1.25. 




No.SSSi. flS5. 




MERCHANT TAILOR. 



No, saw. $1.25. 




No.SSOi. $135. 




CONFECTIONER. 



No. SS16. Sl.25. 




Xo.SSgS. $135. 




LIQUOR DEALER. 



No. S.m. $1.25. 




HACKEIXAK, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



COPYRIGHT SECURED ACCORDINQ TO ACT OF CONGRESS. 
783 



No.SSOe. $136. 




BOOTMAKER. 



No.SSm. $1.25. 




No. $300. $1.25. 




No. SSSS. $1.S5. 




MARBLE WORKER. 



No. 3312. $13 




SANSOM STREET, PHrLADEI.PHlA . 



Comic Busi:n"ess Cuts. 



No.SSSi. $1JI5. 



PAPER HANGER. 



No.SSSO. $1J, 



No.SSOS. fl.35. 




Xo.SSOJ. $1.25. 




PIANO DEALER. 



No.smg. fiss. 



m.ssis. $iM. 



PHOTOGRAPHER. 



No. SS2e. $135. 



RESTAURANT. 



A'o. SSn. $135. 




SHOEMAKER. 



No.SSlS. $1S5. 




TEA DEALER. 



m.ssw. $1.2. 




TRUNK MAKER. 



SIGN PAINTER. 



So. .3.301. $1.25. 




No.SSlS. flJlS. 



TOBACCONIST. 



No. .V,1U. SIX 




UMBRELLA MAKER. 




TOY DEALER. 



No.SSlS. $135. 




WATCHMAKER. 



MACKELT^R, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



COPYRIGHT SECURED ACGOROINO TO ACT OF CONGRESS. 
7*4 



SANSOM STREET, PHILAPKLPHI V. 



Mortised Comic Cuts. 




No. 3615. Mortised. Sii.50. 



No. 3616. Mortised. 81,50. 



No. 3617. Morti-sed. $1.50. 



COPYRIGHT SECURED ACGOROINQ TO ACT OF CONGRESS. 



MACKELLAK, SMITHS & JOBDAX, 



S\NSOM STRKKT, PHIL.\ DKI.PHIA. 



^ 



ORTISED CARD CUTS. 









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MArKKr-T.AR, SMITHS * JORnAX, 



SANSOM STBKRT, PITTT-APKT.PnTA. 



Mortised Card Cuts. 




»9e, ^igS^ 
















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MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORD^X, 



COPYRIGHT SECURED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS, 
787 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



MORTISED BUSINESS CUTS. 



No. 3625. Price, $1.85. 



No. 362(5. Price, $1.85. 




No. 3629. Price, £1,85. 




No. 3631. Price, $1.83. 





No. 3628. Price. §1.85. 




No. 3630. Price, gi.l 




No. 3082. Price, $1.85. 




MACKELTiAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



GOPVRIQHT SECURED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS. 

7S8 



SANSOM STR.EKT, PHIT.ADET.PHIA. 




COPYRIGHT SECURED ACCORDING TO ACT OF CONGRESS 



UACKKULAB. 8UITH6 dc JORDAN. 



SANSOM STRKKT. PHILADELPHIA. 



MoRTisBD Business Cuts. 



No.iSSS. fl.SO. 





PINGHEM STREET, 

KIDVILLE. 



m.sseo. fi.60. 



No.esei. $1.50. 





N0.S86I. $1.50 



Ko. mes. $1.50. 





No.sseit- $i.so. 




No.iS65. $l.-50. 




THE A80VE CARD CUTS ARE ALL MORTISED. 



tfACKKLIuLB, SmTHS A JOBDAN, 



SAKSOU STRBST, PHILADELPHXA. 



.Vr.. JSM. p.m. 



Xo. 285S. p. 50. 





A'o. ssee. $1.50. 




yo.esei. $1.50. 




No. SO8S. $1.85. 



-Vo.ssue. $1.50. 





yo.isu. $1.50. 



No.tOOS. $1.50. 





THE ABOVE CUTS ARE ALL MORTISED 



»AC1CBLI^B, SMITHS <fi JOBDAX, 



SAKSOM STBKBT, PHILADELPHIA. 



ISTo. SSUl. fl.85. 



No.taSl. fl.SO. 





No. nasi, fi.ss. 



-Vo. 28Si. fl.50. 






Xo. 181,7. $1.50. 



yb.lSiS. fl.85. 




No. S8i9. $1.50. 




% 



ofPame!" 

AND THUS THE BLAST .'I 

HIGHEST PRICES FOR 

010 IRON, ' 

PEWTER, 

ROPES AJD BASS,; 

r GiriTiirTBAGs. 



THE ABOVE OUTS AHE ALL MORTI£EO. 



MACKKLLAK, SMITHS <& JOKDAX, 



SAJM80U 8TBBET, PHXLADRLPHIA . 




IfACKKIXAlt, SMITHS A JORDAN 



SANSOM STKEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



.Vo. 2545. $1.50. 




THE ABOVE CUTS ARE ALL MORTISED. 



MACKELI^B, SHITHS A JORDAN". 



SANSOH STREIST, PHILADKLPHIA. 



Nn.a-W. iSM. 



No.nm. $!■'■ 



,Vo.22««. p. SO. 



I DIGNITY 

OP 

LABOTJB. 






ffn.sseo. p.ss. 



E>SY AND HOVEL WjlYS 

TO 

HAKE MONEY. 

5«r^ Guarantees, Ten Cents Each. 



No.SlSS. fi.SO. 



No.ssm. fi-ss. 



mumm 

InONKEYl 

EXHIBiriOIf. 

AT 



ifo.snei. $1.60. 



aw\ 






NVU^- 



^x^o; 



o:sC, 



e:£^?„, ^r5«'°^ 



PO^Ot 



\ot 



\U 



No.isur. ?/-w- 



EXTRA! 



News from 

CACKLETOK 
TAKEN! 

SLAUGHTER! 

Booster Defeated ! 






^eL, 






MAOKRLLABi 



3UITHS A JORDAN, 



ALL THE ABOVE CUTS ARE MORTISED. 



-^.ulillLilllhllih 



SANSOU STREET, PHU^ DEt.?m A, 




N0.2SS6. Mortised. $6.^6. 



Attent/o n / Womank 



/nc/f 



SELLING OFF! 

y Fast and Furious? TW!!! 

ALL THE V^^fmiff 

MAGNIFICENT STOCK '^^^ 

^^jtn^ OF 

J muijdi o ifil orlrlk* \ 

/,^\ Those who want Goods must 
V come quick! 



.;;/.^ 



/l/^" 



.-^v- 



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MACKEILAB, SMITHS 4 JOKDAIT, 



BANSOU STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 





MACKEIiAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STBEKT, P H rT . A DBT . P HIA. 




MACKELLiB, SMITHS & JORDAX 



SANSOM STBEET, PH11,ADEI,PHIA. 



Xo.SeiS. .l/ordsn). $1.S0. 



Xo. S6S1. Mortised. 




mamsmmtmm 



MACKET-T„\R» SMITHS A JOBDA^f, 



SAXSOM STREET. PHILADELPHIA. 



-Yo. S9iS. SlXlii. 



NO.SS77. SOcU. 



Xo. 31,05. 50 els. 



So. S9ia. SO els. 



So. 301,1. $1.00. 




MA(TKELT^AK, SMITHS & JOBDAX, 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADEI.PHIA. 



No.SOSO. $1£5. 



No. 3929. MoHised. $1.85. 



N0.39S1. $1M. 




INDEPENDENCE HALU, PHILADELPHIA, 1874. 



CARPENTERS' HALL. PHILADELPHIA. 



MACKEIXAK, SMIT]^ ds JOKDAN, 



SASSOXI STREET. PHIXADELPHIA. 



• 



\ 



MOHTISBB P®HBBKS F®m DRlT^^IgTs' "Lj 



5l^g„ qrc» 



iTo.S*. $1.SS. 



Label Borders No. 26 to No. 42. 




Wo. 27. eOcte. 



No.iB. 60 els. 



So.SS. 7Scts. 



\ 




No. 28. SOcts. 



No.il. SOcts. 



Z 



\ 



No. SO. 90 cU. 





No. Si. 90 cU. 



\ 



\. 



/^^^ 



No. SI. $1S6. 



/ 



No. Si. $1S5. 



/ 



V 





/ 



\ 



X 



y 



^ 


No.iO. $1SB. 


\N 


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-^ 



MACKEX;LA£, smiths <£ JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



MORTISEO p. 



ORTISBD LfMSS^, 'POHDBMS, 



In ordering any Border on this page, be careful to add the words " Label Border" to the No. ordered. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS ift JOBDAN, 



SANSOSr STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



MisBOSt W^Jkmmm, 



-Vo. SSiS. Morlised. $^.76. 



No. SSiS. Mortised. flS5. 



No. SSU- Morlised. flJO. 





Mw Paratns 



^ 



FIRST NATIONAL EATING STAND, 





No. SSIiS. Mortised. p.OO. 




HELTERSKELTER & HAREMSCAREM'S 





OLD CURIOSITY SHOP. 




N0.SSU7. Morlised. #2.50. 




No. SSS9. Morlised. flJlS. 




Xo. SS/i9. Mortised. fS.50. 




MACK2XI.A11, SUITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOU STREET, PHlLADEIiPHIA. 



Oard ^o:^ox.i«@. 




No. 3495. Mortised. S1.75. 




No. 3641. Mortised. I1.50. 




No. 3642. Mortised. $1.50. 




No. 3496. Mortised. §1.75. 



Mortised. S1.75. 





No. 3643. Mortised. $1.50. 



No. 3644. Mortised. §1.50. 





No. 3482. Mortised. $1.75. 



No. 3483. Mortised. $1.73. 





No. 3645. Mortised. ^1.50. 



No. 3646. Mortised. Si-So- 





No. 3491. Mortised. $1.75. 



No. 3492. Mortised, S1.75. 




MACKELLAR, SMTTICS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, KHItAnELPHTA, 



OA,mD mmmmm^XMrn. 



No. 3647. Mortised. S1.50. 



No. 3477. Mortised. ]gi.oo. 




MACKELtAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREKT, PHTLADKLPHI A . 



.vo. 2si(n.,. •xicu. 




.MAI KKI-LAR, SMITHS A. Jf)KI>AN. 



'^ANSHM STREKT, PHILAOVT-I'llIA. 




MACKKI.I-AK. SMITHS & JdROAN, 



AN'siiM -.TKKKT. PHII.ADKT.PHl A. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SAN60M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MArKET-T.AR. SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STRKET, PHIT.AnKT-PHTA 




MArKELIMR, SMITHS A. JORDAN' 



SANSOM STREET, PtIIT.ADEI.PITIA. 



No.SUl. Mortwed. fl.50. 




No. 3Uk2. Mortised. ^1. 




No. S160. Mortised. $S.50. 



No. 270k. Mortised. 90 cts. 




MACKEUxAH, SMITHS <£ JOHDAN, 



SANSOM STBE3ST. PHILADELPHIA. 



A>). 3»J. SOcU. 



.Vo. SJ^6. $1.00. 



Jfo. ««72. SOcU. 




No. S0S7. « cl.i. 



No. «S8. H5 els. 



No. 1532. ISO ck. 



No.SOiO. eocts. 




MACKELT.Alt, SMITHS * JORDAN, 



SAN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No. .'««?. 90 vU. 



No.^SS. $1.50. 



Xo. SSS8. 90 els. 




HACKET^LAK, SMITHS tft JORDAX, 



SAXSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



Border No, 2751. (The centre mortised to suit r-he Seal of any State.) jga.zo. With Seal, Ss-^to. 




^fiS^ 



UNITED STATES. No. 2T5a. poets. 




NEW HAMPSHIRE. 



No. '27G0. 90 cts. 




NEW JERSEY. 



No. 2767. 90 Cts. 




No. 2776. 90 cts. 




No. 3105. Si. 25. 




RHODE ISLAND. 



No. 3111. S1.25. 




MARYLAND. 



No. R122. ^i.zg. 




TENNESSEE, 



No. 3126. Si. 35. 




No. 31Z5. Si-25. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



Seais of all the States of the Union, of botk these series, furnished at the same price. 

827 



No. 2758. 90 cts. 




CONNECTICUT. 



No. 2765. 90 cts. 




NORTH CAROLINA. 




KENTUCKY. 



No. 2785. 90 cts. 




SANSOM STKEET, PHILADELPHIA. 



0.2213. (The centre mortised to suit the Seal of any State.) *3-«>. With Seal, $4-85- 




UNITED STATES. Xo. 22135*. Si.P5- 



Xo. 2214. Ji.85. 



No. i-ilT. $1.85. 



Xo. 2220. $1.85. 




No. 2222. $1.85. 




PENNSYLVANIA. 




MASSACHUSETTS. 



Xo. -Xl-^i- Sl-8S- 





Border Xo. 2370. (The CKOtre monised 10 suit the Seal of aov Sciie.) n:;. ■:.. With Seal, 5^.85. 




LOUISIANA. Ko. 2232. 5i-?5- 



Seals of all tlie States of the Union, uniform with t/ie above, furnished at the same price. 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN'. 



SANSOM J^TREET, PHTLADELPHIA. 



NO.S091. SScbi. 



No. 2B0S]4. US cts. 

■■^ f~. 





No.ssii. fi.eo. 




No. SSIS. 50 cts. 



No. S080. 35 cte. 




No. S7le. 60 cts. 





No. 3717. 90 cts. 



No. ^51S]4. 90 cts. 



No. S079. 90 cts. 





No. soee. 90 cts. 



No. gli^l. 60 cts. 






NO.2S01. $1.85. 



No. 3718. flM. 




MACKELLAE, SMITHS d: JORDAN, 



SANaOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA 



Xo. 1785. *' " 




SANSON. STBKKT, PHILADELPHIA. 



MA<KEI,LAB, SMITHS* JORDAN, 



Xo.SSU. p.50. 




MACKKI.LAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SAXSOM STRKKT, PHJI, vnF.T.PKIA. 



NO.S07U. 90 cU. 

COMMODORE'S BROAD PENNANT 



NO.S9S7. 90ct8, 



No. S938. 90 cts. 



No. 3072. 90 cts. 

UNION JACK. 




Complete set 0/48 Flags 0/ all Nations, for printing in colours, same in size and style as No.jgsf, furnished on application. Price, S'iO.OO. 
itACKELI^R, SMITHS &. JORDAN'. 841 SAKSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No. 1692. 7.5 i(» 



No. 291U. &/.2-5. 



No. 2912. 50 ctn. 




^y. 



UACKELLAR, SMlTHa 4 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHII.AUELl' 




SAN80M 8TBEET, PHILADBUHIA. 



-Yo. iuui. Sl:?.r,. 



-V... iv.'fi. :m ,7s. 



.V". 2inr,. .ii.ir,. 




x„. ».5-». 90 rl^. 



,v... :ii-,i:. Sl.«!i. 




MACKKU.AR. S\rrTllv d- JUKUAN. 



WSiiM STREET, PHII.ADEI.PiriA. 



Xo. »31. 90 eta. 



No. SUSS. $1.K. 



No. 2169. 90ete. 




MACKEI.LAR, SMITHS ,6 JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA, 



So.WH;. Mintned. m.r,0. 



So. wes. ^i.ss. 




MAi-KVll.ljAH, SMTTHS 4 JURDAX. 



^AXSUM STREET, PEiri.A UKT.l'HI A 



No. 2258. MorUsed. fl£5. For Three CoUmra. (No. 2276,) ^.75. 




No.eSlS. fl£S. 




So. tIM. 60 els. 



















No. 


S181. 


75 eft. 


No. 


287B. 


Xortited. 


p.oo. 


fe^* 




r^ 




"% 


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M 


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hH 


1^ 


b»5 


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MAOKKLLAB, SUITH8 <fi JORDAN, 



8ANSOM STBEET, PHILADELPHIA. 







:> ^ 



MACKET^LAK, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKELI,AR, SMITHS * JORDAN 




places. Price, fl5/)0. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



yo.sm. 90 dt. 



-Vo. SlSi. SO elf. 



Xo. S155. 80 aU. 



So. ilU,. 90 els. 




MACKELLAK. SMITHS i JORDAN. 



SAXSUM STKEKT. rillLADKT.PH I A 



V„ 3',fi1. M.-.iised. ■$:.-%). 




Xo. 21,57. 50 ets. 




MACKEIXAR. SMITHS 4 JORDAX. 



= AVPOM -^TltRKT. PHTLADF.I.PfnA. 



No. S096. SO cte. 



No. 2718. 50 clt. 



N0.I8SS. 90 cU. 



No. 21S5. SO ctt. 




HACKELJjAB, smiths a JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHn.AnELPHIA. 



No SOSk Morttsed fl^S 



So.mn. fl-M. 




SANSOM RTEEKT, I'lIlLAllHI-PItrA. 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



NO.S09S. aocu. 



No 2SA2 fl.SO. 



xo.ssse. 90 cu. 




MAC-KELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAK, 



SANSOM STRKF.T. PHILADELPHIA. 



No. aeis. 90 cis. 



No. S965. S5 cU. 



No. gS68. 60 cts. 



No.SWIi. BO els. 



No. WIS. 7S cts. 




MACKBLIu^it, SMITHS A JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STBEET, Pll 1I.A1>!<XPHIA. 



N0.S71S. 60 cU. No.im. BO cl». 

A 



No.lSBl. iScts. 



N0.S68S. SOett. No.SBOS. 60 dt. 



No. SIOO. 60 cts. 



No.2SkS% 60 els. 




Liberty Bells aho furnished ■without beam. 



MACKKLLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SAN90M STREET, PHILADELI^IIIA. 



NO.508S. SOcis. 



Xo.S27i. $1M. 



No. S956. So cfe. 



Xo.SA^S. eOcls. 








Xo.33S>. flSS. 




XO.SS67. $1.S0. 



No.Siei. $1S5. 




Xo. SS3S. $1S5. 



No.ei76. $1.S0. 



Xo. 2976. 90 els. 




^[ACICEIXAB, SUITHS A JOBDAX, 



SAXSOM STKEKT, PHrLABELPHlA. 



No. 2m. fS-00. 



No. 18^7. BOcts. 



No. 3895. $1.35. 



No. S029. 60 0(8. 




SANSOM STBKKT, PHIT^AnELPHIA. 



MACKKLLAE, SMITHS * JOBDAN, 



.Vo. S316. Mortised, fl.50. 



No. 2Sl(i. SO cts. 



No.SOSg. $1JIS. 



XU.S087. SO i-h 



So.miO. 60cl». 




M-VCKKLUR, SMITHS 4 JOBDAS. 



■<AX«ci5I STKT5ET, PHTLAnELPHTA. 



Xo.SSOS. flM. 







I1ACK£LLAB, SMITHS * JOBDA?i, 



>AN^OM STHKKT. I'i I IT.ADKLPHIA. 



No.SOBL 90 cU. 



No.3792. $1S5. 




M.ACKEI.LAR. SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STHKET, PHILADEl^PHIA. 



Ao. «74. -fsl-SO. 




MAC'KELI.AR, SMITHS & JORDAN. 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



NO.S675. $1.25. 



No. SJSe. SO cts. 



No. SS91. BO cts. 



No. SS79. lb cts. 



NO.S07S. 90 cts. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JOBDAK, 



SAXKOM STBKET, PHILAUKIJ'HJA. 



No. 1696. fl.SS, 



No. 1919. $lje6. 



No. 2656. 90 els. 



SbUiVPtV, 




MACKELl-AR, SMITHS <!: JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHII.A DKr.PHI A. 



No.SUS. eOcts. 



NO.SS58. ^3.75. 




MACKELI-AK, SSnTHS ^ JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No. S80S. 60 eta. 

.'"iMlSL. - ^faUr'"' "■! "Ill I* 'Wi • 



No. S80S. SUM. 




No. 2801. SOcU. 





No. 2Sltl. $3.76. 



No. SS7e. 75 cU. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



RANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 





MACKELLAR. SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHII^DELI'HIA. 



No. sm. 



Xo.SAM. $1.00. 




No. 2i70. 90 cte. 



No. 1806. 60 CU. 



No. SSOi. $1.00. 




No. ISia. SO cU. 



No. 1081. $1.85. 




No. 2S56. 60 cts. 




No. gSS2. 50 cts. 




No. 11816. AOcls. 



No. S817. 50 cfa. 




MACKKT.r.AR, KMITHH & JOBDAX. 



SA>JS(1.M STRKf^r, PHUa DELPHI A. 



yo.iu9]4. $s.oo. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAX, 



SAXSi»t STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No. «6M. SO cl». 



No. J«7. SO cts. 



No.2256. $1.^5. 



No. IS/S. SO CIS. 



xo. S6ie. so cts. 




MACKELLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHiA. 



No. n9i. 90 cU. 



m.W7. fi-ss- 



So. 2635. 90cts. 




No. an. $s.so. 



so.mis. so els. 



No.^JSh. eOcts. 




SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



MACKELLAB, SMITHS 4 JORDAN, 



No.n65, $1.85. 



No. S907. $1.85. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS A JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADET,PHIA. 




No.HSSS. $1.25. 



NO.S76B. $1.25. 



No. i92S. $1.S5. 






No. 2178. $5M. 




UACKELLAB, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No.soia. $1 



No.SUS. $1.K. 





N0.SU9. ^1J25. 




\l 



No. sun. $6.00. \ 



i'' fi^ 'ill ' 'i.'i. 



1' 




r iXLk',1 ''W< 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILA 1>BT.PHIA. 




MA(.-KEIXAR, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



8AN80M STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



m.^1,96. tiss. 



No. sow. 90 ds. 



No. 1697. 90 cte. 




No. f 1,50. $1.85. 



No.atSi. $1M. 



No. 1063. $1.^5. 





vrr^^Vg 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS 4 JOEDAN, 



SANSOM STKEET, PHrLABELPHIA. 



No.SlOS. $1£5. 



SO.S0S7. 75* 




.Vo. S0S8. 75 <*. 





SO.SS70. eOclf. 



No.SliSS. 75 CIS. 






No. leU. W els. 




So. MAt. ?S.OO. 



Xo. S.y7~. 33 cts. 



.Vo. 2SB9. 60 cts. 




Xo. Si'.SS. 75 cte. 




.Vo. 32S6. flJO. 




M \C KELLAB. SJDTHS <t lOBDAK, 



SAXSOM STREET, PHrLADEI.FHI.\. 




..d?^'^^:-^ 




MACKXILLAB, BMITIIS <& JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



NO.S698. fS.7S. 




yb.s7u. fe.Bs. 




UAOKBIiIiAB, SKXTHS <fc JOBDAX, 



SANSOH 8TBBET, PHILADEI.PHIA. 




No. ISSH. fe.g5. 




'.'^^::^.^^^-- 



SANSOH STBBKT, PHILADELPHIA. 





MACKSUJUt, BMJTBS A JOBDAK, 



SANSOH STBKBT, PH1I.ABELPBIA. 



No,S090. p.60. 





MACKKLLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STRERT, PHItADKLPHTA. 




lACKEI.LAR, SMITHS <t JOKDAX, 



917 



SAN-bOM STKKET. PHILADELPHIA. 




MACKELLAE, SMITHS A JORDAX, 



SAXSfJM, STREKT, PHLLADELEHlA. 





UACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAX, 



8ANSUM STRKKT, PHIIvAUEI.PHlA. 




MACKKLI.AR, SMITHS ^ JORDAN 




SANaOM STREET, PHII.AHKLPHIA. 



No.SBSB. 75 cie. 



NO.S676. $136. 



No. 1198. 75 cte. 




•^wv--^.s>-'^"*«:^^^' 



MACKELLAR, SMITHS & JOKDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



^'o.giSS. 60, fc. 




-Vu. ISIO. 75 cte. 



No.Slfis. SO els. 




No.lS7?. flJis. 




No.moi. $1J!S. 




Xo. 20SS. 60 els. 



No.SOSS. iScb. 




No.eim. S5cu. 




Xo. SISS. SB els. 




No.SSle. $1.60. 



Xo.Siei. so els. 






N0.1S76. fl.i5. 




NO.S9Z9. fl.Be. 




No.SOSi. $1.86. 



No. 1195. 76 els. 



No. 2S65. fi..50, «. fl.50 eaeh si^bj. 




MACKBIIAR, SMITHS i. JOBDAN, 



SANSOM STKEET, 



PHILADELPHIA. 



Price, 75 cents each. By maii, go cents. 




UACKKLLAR, BMTTHS d- JORDAN'. 



SANSOM STREET. PHILADKT.PHIA. 



'aTviia.It MiBTQimT €'UTm, 



Price, 7j-c£'«/j each. By mail, qo cents. 




UACKELI^AR, 9MITHS <ft JORDAN, 



SAXSOM STREET. PHIT *l>Kl,PHiA. 



No. 1702. 60 els. 



No. mi. eocte. 

:o i.i.i 



No. S68S. 60 da. 



No. 1660. 60 cte. 



No.^iSl. $1.26. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS dt JOKDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHTLADELPHIA. 



No.SiSS. fl.il5. 



No.SiSS. $1.85. 



NO.S085. $1.SS. 




MACKELLAB, SMITHS & JORDAN, 



SANSCIM STREET, PHILADELr I 



pESIGNS FOR J[]aRDS AND jjIRCULARS. 



\n. HH8d. r,n Hs 



Su. .iHOH. r,o rl 



\n. :iU')7. GO rl>. 



Xo. .iSOJ. i;ii rh 



A'" .ifiOH. nil '/>. 




MACKKU.AH, SMITHS d: JDRDAN, 



SANSOM STRKKT, PITTLADFI.PHIA. 



No.^681. flJO. 



No.SieS. SOcle. 



No.SJ^A. 90 cU. 



NO.W99. 90 cU. 




FRANKLIN-S GRAVE. 



HACKE:I.LAR, smiths 4t JORDAN, 



SAMSOM SXBKET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No. 1177. 90 ctn. 



So. 1508. $1.50. 



No. 1507. fl.es. 




tfACKELLAK, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM STREET, PHILADELPHIA. 



No.SSSS. S5cl». No.SSeii. SO cts. 



NO.SS59. Kcts. N0.SS6B. SOcts. 



No. SSeS. S5 ctB. 




MACKEliLAR, SMITHS A JORDAN, 



SANSOM 3TBKKT, PHIIjADELPIIlA. 



Index and Price List of p 



UTS. 



No. Page. Price. 

1 1 50 943....^ .50 

I151 878 50 

1 152 903 50 

"55 943 SO 

1162 878 50 

1164 871 SO 

1 166 905 50 

1177 94^ 75 

Ii8z 923 75 

1183 813 1.00 

1185 814 1.50 

1186 814 1.50 

1189 8ia 40 

1 190 903 SO 

1195 9^4 SO 

1198 923 60 

1204 875 1.00 

1210 924 60 

1214 903 75 

1215 923 75 

1216 942 1.00 

1219 937 50 

1220 942 1.00 

1221 938 so 

1222 937 50 

1223 943 50 

J225 942 £0 

1227 903 25 

1242 943 £5 

1243 908 «5 

1249 903 S5 

1250 908 1.00 

1 376 924 1.00 

1377 924 1.00 

1417 874 £5 

1418 874 So 

1420 937 -■' 

1421 935 ^0 

1422 878 £0 

1423 935 -'^ 

1+24 937 £5 

1426 935 B5 

1427 935 ^5 

1428 935 25 

1429 935 ~5 

1471 815 1.50 

1475 8-4 ^-50 

1476 903 75 

1477 909 75 

1488 903 50 

1490 903 50 

1492'^. ..812 40 

1497 943 i-SO 

1498 942 1-50 

>499 943 -'-'^0 

1500 942 2.00 

I 501 943 2.00 

1502 942 75 

1503 943 1.00 

1506 943 1.00 

1507 942 1.00 

1508 942 1.25 

1512 814 S.OO 

1518 870 1.00 

1519 933 SO 

1521 871 37 

1530 870 50 

T531 822 ,-.; 

1532 822 50 

1533 864 1.^5 

1535 9°3 1-^S 

1541 943 l-'X' 

1543 870 60 

1546 943 60 

1547 870 75 

1550 933 SO 

1578 814 2.00 

1580 812 1.25 

1608 903 SO 

1608!^ —903 SO 

1609 903 SO 

1610 868 SO 

i6ii 911 60 

1640 835 1.00 

164T 835 £.00 

1642 870 7.00 

1644 835 75 

1666 878 S.OO 

1668 910 1.00 

1670 871 1.25 

1676 871 S7 

1677 942 1.25 

1678 942 1.23 

1679 942 1.23 

1680 942 1.00 

1681 942 1.00 

1682 942 1.00 

1683 942 1.00 

1684 943 1.00 

1692 843 60 

1696 865 73 

1697 910 75 

1702 933 50 

1703 719 1.00 

1705 719 1.00 



No. Page. Price. 

1706 7ig....$1.00 

1707 901 l.'^"' 

1708 719 1-00 

1709 871 23 

1710 903 SO 

1711 835 l.llO 

1713 871 S5 

1714 719 50 

1719 719 50 

1720 836... 

17^5 835-- 

1726 719-. 

1727 7I9--- 

1728 871... 

1730 871... 

173> 933- 

1734 933-- 

1735 933--- 

1737 813 1.00 

1740 903 1-50 

174^ 943 SO 



>.oo 

.50 
.50 
.25 
.25 
.SO 
.50 
.50 



1743 943 

1745 »'3 

1747 ^49 

1749 9°3 

1793 733— ■ 

1806 942... 



. .50 
.1.00 

. .50 
. .50 
. .25 
. .50 



.75 
.SO 
.50 
.15 
.15 
.15 
.15 
.13 



1810 835 1.30 

1811 850 2.30 

1812 836 2.00 

1814 864 1.00 

1817 899 SO 

1818 856 £5 

1826 835 1.25 

1827 873 75 

1832 914 3.11O 

1834 814 1.00 

1837 923 SO 

1840 878 25 

1841 814 1.00 

1842 899 25 

1855 864, 

1856 910 

1857 »99 

1861 856 

1862 856 

1863 836 

1864 856 

1865 856 

1886 887 o 

1888 888 4.00 

1889 888 4.00 

1892 828 1.00 

1899 856 1.00 

1900 938 1.30 

1901 935 1.00 

1906 849 15 

1919 887 1.00 

1926 887 1.00 

1931 871 23 

1932 871 15 

1937 888.. 

1938 896., 

2012 886., 

2014 836. 

2015 848. 

2016 865. 

2017 835. 

2020 874. 

2025 887 73 

2026 834 1.00 

2029 873 50 

2030 943 50 

2031 849 73 

2035 924 50 

2039 856 50 

2040 822 50 

2041 895 1.50 

2042 876 50 

2044 822 75 

2046 904 50 

2048 933 73 

2051 878 73 

2052 849 1.00 

2056 874 60 

2057 864 1.00 

2061 886 60 

2063 goi 1.00 

2065 848 75 

2067 887 1.00 

2068 850 1.00 

2070 899 2.00 

2073 886 75 

2081 899 1.50 

2082 886 1.50 

2084 850 1.25 

2087 734 1.00 

2090 916 g.OO 

2091 911 50 

2092 911 50 

2093 886 1.00 

2098 923 ?.00 

2099 938 73 

2100 871 50 

2101 871 50 



1.00 
1.00 
.SO 
.60 
.50 

.25 
.17 



No. Page. Price. 

2102 813 — 6' .'5 

2103 911 1.50 

2105 905 1.00 

ZI20 924 SO 

2121 908 SO 

2122 924 SO^ 

2130 849 S7 

2131 871 .37 

2132 871 S7 

2134 876 .25 

2135 864 -25 

2150 850 S.00 

2152 849 1.50 

2.53 «75 1-00 

2154 843 1-50 

2158 733 -'^ 

2160 734 ■'" 

2161 933 ■'■'?? 

2162 870 .'3 

2163 870 .73 

2165 905 1.50 

2168 822 1.50 

2169 849 .75 

2171 899 .50 

^l^^H..■^9 -SO 

2173 812 1.S5 

2174 933 -SO 

2178 906 4-00 

2179 868 .70 

2180 868 .73 

2191 735 1-00 

2192 734 1-00 

^'93 737 l-OO 

2194 737 1-00 

2195 737 ^■^'^ 

2196 737 ^-00 

2197 735 {00 

2199 849 1.50 

220; 848 1.00 

2206 868 .50 

7.7,01 868 -^t/ 

2208 868 .S7 

22og 823 Z.OO 

2210 823 2.00 

2211 904 2.00 

2213 831 e.50 

2214 831 1.50 

2217 831 1.50 

2220 831 1.50 

2222 831 1.50 

11.1.^ 831 1.30 

T.T.'ll. 831 1.50 

2240 831 1.50 

2248 873 4-00 

2249 868 1.00_ 

Z250 868 '^ 

2251 874 2.00 

2252 873 2.00 

2253 S65 50 

2254 873 2.00 

2255 876 1.00 

2256 903 1.00 

2258 851 1.50 

7,2^1) 864 1.50 

2260 795 1.50 

2262 795 1-25 

2263 868 .23 

2265 895 1.00 

2266 843 1.00 

2267 874 .50 

2268 870 .50 

2269 822 1.23 

2270 822 1.25 

2271 822 .25 

2272 822 .25 

2274^^ ...876 .50 

2276 851 S.OO 

22775*; ...865 2.30 

2278ji...8i2 1.00 

2282 910 1.50 

2285 876 S7 

2286 843 2.00 

22905^ ...849 73 

2291 871 SO 

2292 904 75 

2293 901 1.00 

2294 903 1.00 

2298 737 1.00 

2299 795 l.Oii 

2300 S48 1.00 

2301 834 1.50 

2302 903 30 

2303 850 i.50 

2304 864 1.00 

2305 849 1.50 

2306 887 50 

2309'2 ...943 SS 

2310;^ ...812 73 

2311 895 73 

23125^ ...910 S8 

2314 904 1.f'o 

2315 851 1.50 

2316 874 1.23 

2317 ^74 -Af 

2319 874 25 



No. Page. Price. 

2320 813 ....$ .00 

2321 873. ....'.i.oo 

2322 874 25 

2323 874 25 

2324 873 1.00 

2325 734 1.50 

.735 1.00 

.737 1.00 

-733 75 

...849 

•733 



2326..., 

2327... 
2328... 
2330... 
2331. 



... ./o 
... .73 
...1.00 



2332 906 

2333 886 70 

2334 923 1.50 

2335 872 1.00 

2336 868 75 

2337 876 1.00 

2338 895 1.00 

2339 856 2.00 

2340 868 1.25 

2341 895 S.OO 

2342 868 1.25 

23435^ ...871 50 

2344 874 50 

2345!^... 868 40 

2348 923 SO 

2349 795 -SO 

2350 872 50 

2351 843 1.50 

2352 899 40 

2353 823 1.23 

2354 823 1.23 

2355 924 2.00 

2356 899 30 

2357 864 60 

2358 888 S.OO 

2359 896 6.00 

2360 815 1.50 

2362 815 1.50 

2363 813 1.00 

2364 813 50 

2365 813 50 

2367 815 1.00 

2369 813 2.00 

2370 831 2.50 



2376.. 
2378.. 
2380.. 
2381.. 
2382.. 
2383. 



813. 

815. 



1.50 
1.00 
1.00 

813 2..50 

815 2.50 

816 6.00 



.852. 



.1.50 



2384 

2385 !S4!S '■-> 

2386 850 1.25 

2387 852 1.00 

2388 834 73 

2389 848 1.00 

2390 864 1.50 

2391 886 75 

2392 856 1.50 

2394 905 SO 

2394'^ ...734 25 

2395 733 ^S 

2396 734 15 

2397 868 40 

2398 733 ^-00 

2399 736 1.00 

2400 736 1.00 

2401 734 1.00 

2402 734 75 

2403 736 1.00 

2404 734 1.00 

2405 733 1.00 

2406 733 1.00 

2407 736 1.00 

2408 737 1.00 

2409 734 1.00 

2412 865 1.25 

2413 733 1.00 

2414 871 SO 

2415 899 SO 

2416 910..., 

2418 888.... 

2419 903.... 

2420 868.... 

2421 834.... 

H" 935-- 

2423 734-- 

2424 868..., 

2425 938- 

2426 868..., 



. .50 

. .40 
.1.00 
. .50 
. .50 
. .73 
. .SO 
. .23 
.1.50 



2427 865 SO 

2428 868 1.00 

2429 871 50 

2430 871 75 

2431 933 1.00 

2432 933 50 

2433 896 1.50 

2435 856 1.50 

2436 841 1.25 

2437 733 -" 

2438 924 50 

2439 872 1.00 

2440 910 50 

2441 848 1.00 



No. Page. Price. 

2442 850....*' ..jO 

2443 848 SO 

2444 851 50 

2445 851 50 

2446 875 1.00 

2447 843.... 1.50 

2448 794 1-75 

2449!i ...901 2.50 

2450 910 1.50 . 

2451 863 6.00 

245^ 9°5 ~S 

2453 871 40 

2455 9°5 75 

2456 863 6.00 

2457 863 40 

2458 899 25 

2459 856 oV 

2460 938 25 

2461 924 ?o 

246s 735 ^S 

2463 924 25 

2464 904 50 

2465 908 50 

2466 938 50 

2467 937 50 

2468 868 73 

2470 899 73 

2471 848 50 

2472 834 50 

2473 886 1.25 

2474 878 1.25 

2475 887 1.00 

z^yo 872 1.25 

2477 904 1..50 

2478 938 1.25 

2479 843 1.50 

2480 735 1.25 

2481 734 1.25 

2482 .... 733 1.00 

2483^. ..886 1.50 

2484 886 ■J7 

2486 886 S7 

2487 886 50 

2489 886 1.50 

2491 865 50 

2493 935 ^-SO 

2494 865 1.00 

2495 923 S7 

2496 910 1.00 

2498 935 1.00 

2499 933 ^-SO 

2500 875 50 

2501 875 2.00 

2503-; ...834 •?- 

2512}^ ■"834 "■' 

2522 848 75 

2523 849 1.00 

25-5 849 75 

2526 852 1.50 

2527 841 1.50 

2529 850 25 

2530 849 .SO 

2537 849 50 

2541 836 1.00 

2542 836 25 

2543 836 1.25 

2544 836 2.00 

2545 836 50 

2546 836 1.50 

2547 836 60 

2548 836 50 

2549 836 S.50 

2550 836 50 

2551 836 50 

2552 836 50 

2553 836 5.00 

^554 835 50 

^555 835 50 

2556 835 75 

2557 835 75 

2558 835 1.00 

2559 835 1.00 

2560 835 1.00 

2561 835 1.25 

2562 835 1.23 

2563 835 1.50 

2564 835 2.00 

2565 835 1.00 

2566 835 1.00 

2567 835 2.00 

2568 835 2..50 

2569 911 50 

2571 910 1.00 

2572 911 SO 

2578 919 6.00 

2579 864 1.00 

2585 923 60 

2588 923 75 

2590 876 JO 

2593 876 SO 

2596 719 1.311 

2601 924 1.00 

2605 908 ?r7 

2607 905 J. 01 1 

2611 737 75 



No. Page. Price, 

2612 841...^ .60 

2613 870 75 

2617 865 1.00 

2626 871 37 

2627 822 20 

2628 822 20 

2629 822 10 

2630 822 10 

2631 871 .37 

2632 822 .50 

2633 822 50 

2635 904 75 

2636 878 75 

2637 904 73 

2638 878 65 

2639 878 1.00 

2640 878 1.00 

2641 878 37 

2643 903 25 

2644 878 S7 

2645 903 SO 

2646 878 37 

2647 878 2.00 

2648 903 50 

2650 868 SO 

2652 901 1.00 

2656 887 75 

2659 865 23 

2661 864 2.00 

2663 868 1.00 

2664 870 73 

2666 901 1.73 

2669 871 23 

2670 874 50 

2673 871 1.00 

2674 873 1.00 

2675 873 50 

2678 938 73 

2679 938 73 

2680 938 1.25 

2681 938 1.23 

2683 871 25 

2684 875 25 

2685 873 37 

2686 875 2.50 

2687 935 25 

2688 868 S7 

2689 868 S7 

2690 933 50 

2691 937 73 

2692 938 73 

2692J4...895 50 

2693 737 20 

2694 887 75 

2695 911 75 

2696 887 i.oo 

2697 886 73 

2698 913 S.OO 

2699 904 6.00 

2700 737 1.50 

2701 736 1.00 

2702 937 1.25 

2703 820 1.00 

2704 820 75 

2705 864 1.25 

2706 834 1.50 

2707 856 1.50 

2708 856 1.30 

2709 841 50 

2711 841 50 

2712 841 73 

2713 841 75 

2714 913 5.00 

2715 737 1-23 

2716 733 1.00 

2717 733 1.00 

2718 864 40 

2719 875 1..30 

2720 779 40 

2721 84S 50 

2722 874 50 

2723 841 23 

2724 841 SO 

2725 841 40 

2726 848 25 

2727 848 25 

2728 848 SO 

2729 848 40 

2730 856 1.50 

2731 737 1.25 

2732 737 1.23 

^Tii 737 1-23 

2734 737 1-25 

2735 737 123 

2736 737 1.25 

2737-50..781 40 

2751 827 1.73 

2754 827 73 

2758 827 -73 

2760 827 73 

2765 827 73 

2767 827 7S 

2775 827 75 

2785 827 73 

2801 895 40 



Page. 
..895... 
..895.... 
..gi2..... 

..875.... 



No. 
2802 
2803 
2804 
2805 
2806 

2807 887.... 

2808 888.... 

2809 887.... 

2810 887.... 

2811 887.... 

2812 914.... 

2813 848.... 

2814 ... 
2815.... 
2816.... 
2817.... 
2818.... 
2819.... 
2820.... 



price. 

■i .50 
..2.00 
.5.00 
.1.25 
.. .50 
.1.00 
.. .75 
.1.00 
..1.^5 
..2.30 
.5.00 
.1.50 
.1.00 
..1.00 



■734- 
.736... 
.899... 
.899... 

■734- 

.796 1.00 

.780 40 



.50 



2821 812 1.00 

2822 871 25 

2823 875 25 

2824 895 50 

2825 796 1.25 

2826 796 75 

2827 794 1.25 

2828 794 1.25 

2829 794 1.25 

2830 796 1.50 

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