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PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAGUERROTYPE

ROOMS,
No. 96 Washington St., Boston,

(UPSTAIRS.)

JOHN A. WHIPPLE, PROPRIETOR.

This establishment (one of the oldest in the country) is supplied with all the conveniences and instruments necessary to the production of the finest and most accurate representations of persons or places.

The apartments are large and airy. The operators and artists are skilful and experienced.

Daguerrotypes

, Photographs, and Stereographs

taken of every size and in all styles.

MR. WHIPPLE gives his personal and unremitting attention at the Rooms, and will spare no pains to satisfy his customers, and no expense in receiving every improvement in apparatus or methods of operating.

The generous patronage he has received for years has so diffused specimens of his work over the country that it is unnecessary to advertise the numerous recommendations his establishment has received. It has made itself known far and wide; and its past performances are, it is believed, a sufficient guaranty of its present ability.

To meet the fashion of the times, particular attention is now paid to

OARD PHOTOGRAPHS.

Mr. WHIPPLE is prepared to take fac-similes of buildings and estates, in town or country, machinery, patterns, engravings, — in fact, of any.objects of which there is a desire to multiply copies.

He would call special attention to his success in PHOTOGRAPHING GROUPS.

Boston, 1861.

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The wide-spread reputation of this Machine is eminently due to its peculiar merits, which are acknowledged by the best judges to surpass all others in the requisites for family use. It has become a domestic institution, and is justly looked upon as a household economy. In all the finer qualities of family sewing, on silk, linen, cotton, and broadcloth, in hemming, stitching, quilting, gathering, and all the innumerable ends to which female needlework is applied, the

WHEELER & WILSON

SEWING

M A OHINE

confessedly occupies a position of pre-eminence. Those who have not hitherto availed themselves of the advantages of this machine are invited to examine its operation, and obtain specimens of its work, at the sales-room.

In order to place it within the reach of all, it is now offered at REDUCED PRICES, and a new style at FIFTY DOLLARS.

No. 228 Washington Street, Corner of Summer Street, Boston.

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ART-GALLERY

AND

Looking-Glass Warebouse,

234 Washington Street, Boston.

WILLIAMS AND EVERETT,

MANUFACTURERS OF

Looking-Glasses and Picture-Frames,

IMPORTERS OF

LOOKING-GLASS PLATES,

AND DEALERS IN

Oil Paintings, Fine Engravings, and other Works

of Art.

This Establishment offers unusual attractions to all persons desiring choice works

of Art in any description.

PAINTINGS. — A new Gallery has recently been added, in which may constantly be seen pictures by our best artists, including Ames, Sophia Anderson, Bradford, Britcher, Champney, Gay, Gifford, Gignoux, Hinckley, Heade, Hunt, Inness, Marviller, Sonntag, and many others.

ENGRAVINGS. — The Collection of Engravings is large and choice, consisting of many rare proofs and prints of Morghen, Strange, Longhi, Müller, Toschi, Forster, Mandell, Steinla, Felsing, Desnoyer, &c., &c.

CHROMO-LITHOGRAPHS, FRENCH and GERMAN LITHOGRAPHS, Foreign and

American PHOTOGRAPHS, in great variety.

CARD ALBUMS AND CARD PHOTOGRAPHS.

A large assortment of French and American Albums of the best styles and of superior quality; and an extensive collection of Card Portraits of celebrities, wholesale and retail.

234 Washington Street, Boston.

THE BOOK OF THE YEAR.

The Life and Letters of Washington Irving. By his Nephew, PIERRE M. IRVING. Vol. I. Sunnyside Edition. $1.50. Vol. II. will be ready in August.

This work, so long looked for, needs no heralding. It is destined to an extended and enduring popularity.

" A delightful work it is, - not a page without something of special relish. . . ... Our only wish in reading is for more of it.” – Continental Mag.

The Aldine Edition of Complete Works of Thomas Hood. Edited by EPES SARGENT. In Six Volumes, small 8vo (now complete), elegantly printed at the Cambridge University Press, on the finest tinted paper, and profusels illustrated. Price, in Cloth extra, $ 1.50 per vol. or $ 9 per set. Cloth, uncut, same price. Half calf, or half calf extra, $ 15.

The Caxton Edition of the Works of Bayard Taylor. Complete in 10 vols. (uniform with Hood and Irving), elegantly printed on tinted paper, with Steel Plates. Price in Cloth, $ 15; Half calf extra, or antique, $ 25.

N. B. — The 10th vol. of this series will be AN ENTIRELY NEW WORK, - A ROMANCE OF AMERICAN LIFE, which will be ready in September.

Also, a new issue of
The Popular Edition of Bayard Taylor.

9 vols. 12mo. Cloth, $ 12.
Bayard Taylor's New Volume, “Home and Abroad.”

1 vol. 12mo. $1.25. “ The most popular of living American authors.” – Christian Advocate and Journal. " The qualities of Mr. Taylor's mind — its clearness, its grasp, and its inherent honesty and reliability commend him to a very large class of readers." -N. Y. World.

Mr. Kimball's Popular Works. 1. St. Leger: A Romance. 7th edition. $ 1.25. 2. Undercurrents; A Romance of Business. 4th edition. 12mo. $1.25. 3. Students Abroad. 12mo. Cloth, 75 cts. ; Paper, 50 cts. Count Cavour ; His Life, Character, and Policy.

By PROF. BOTTA. 8vo. $1.25.

Irving's Works. The Sunnyside Edition of Irving. 22 vols. $30. The National Edition of Irving. 22 vols. $33. Irving's Life of Washington, in 30 different styles.

For prices of binding, etc., see list, to be had gratis.

The Rebellion Record. 3 vols. Royal 8vo. $ 3.75 cach in Cloth; Sheep, $ 4; Half calf or Half. mor. $5. This important and indispensable work is continued' in Monthly Parts, 50 cents each; six parts making a volume.

The Pulpit Record.
Parts I. and II. 50 cents each. (Part Two shortly.)

Heroes, Martyrs, and Notable Men. A new and superb Gallery of National Portraits and Biographies. In quarto numbers, tinted paper, with steel plates. 25 cents each. 12 Nos. published. 20 numbers make a handsome quarto volume.

The World's Progress; A Dictionary of Dates.
By G. P. Putnam. New Edition, brought down to 1861. Large 12mo. $2.
Ten Years of the World's Progress, 1850-61.

12mo. 75 cents. A new and full list of publications sent post free.

G. P. PUTNAM, Agent,

532 Broadway, New York.

SEPTEMBER, 1862.

WALKER, WISE, & CO.,

245 Washington Street, Boston,

Have recently published a NEW EDITION, on good paper, and in neat, durable binding, of

.

3 vols.

12mo.

$ 3.00.

Tracts for Priests and People.

A volume responsive to the famous “ Essays and Reviews.” By T. HUGHES (author of “Tom Brown "), PROFESSOR MAURICE, and other eminent writers.

"We commend this work,” says the New York Albion, “ to those who are able to approach it, seeking for truth, - not to those who desire to find in it a confirmation of their adopted views."

“ A healthy, genial book, by broad and generous minds." -- Independent. “ The ability and acuteness of the writers will challenge the attention of all thinking men." -Nero York Observer.

NEW EDITION OF

Essays and Reviews.

By Drs. TEMPLE, WILLIAMS, POWELL, JOWETT, and other celebrated writers.

12mo. $ 1.25.

No theological library, or library of general literature, is complete without this remarkable book.

Christ in the Will, tbe Heart, and the Life

.

By Rev. A. B. Muzzer. $ 1.

"A very readable and acceptable addition to our library of practical religion.” — Christian Examiner.

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