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From: Alison Causton <>
Subject: [ARMAGH] Samuel WHITE - Bookbinder - Armagh, 1844
Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 18:50:05 -0500
The following advertisement has been transcribed from The Armagh
Guardian (3 December 1844; microform), by permission of The British Library.
This reprint is intended SOLELY for the non-commercial use of family
historians, with the sincere hope that a Lister may find the content useful.
Please do not ask the transcriber for further look-ups from this
resource. Also, I am not descended from the person(s) mentioned herein.
BOOKSELLING & STATIONERY
English-street, Armagh, and Church-street, Dungannon.
Takes this opportunity to return his sincere thanks to the
Nobility and Gentry of Armagh and its neighbourhood,
for their kind support for the last fifteen years as a BOOK-
BINDER, and respectfully solicits a trial in the other depart-
ments of his Business, as punctuality and a moderate profit
shall be strictly attended to.
In order to supply the different Periodicals and New Publi-
cations, he has opened a correspondence with the principal
Publishers in London, Glasgow, Dublin and Belfast, so that
any Periodical or New Publication may be had in a reasonable
time without any additional expense.
S.W., Invites Public attention to this Stock of
PLAIN AND FANCY STATIONERY.
HE HAS ON HANDS A LARGE STOCK OF
Merchants' Account-books of various sizes; Memorandum, Pass-
books, Pocket Ledgers, &c.; an extensive assortment of Writing,
Plain, Gilt, Mourning and Letter Papers, Music and Drawing
Papers, Bristol Board, &c.; a variety of Scrap-books, Pocket-
books, Note Cases, Albums, Portfolios, Visiting and Playing
Cards, of the best quality ; a well-selected Stock of Bibles,
Prayer-books, Psalm-books, in plain and most superb bindings.
He begs to say he has just received a good supply of Binding
Materials, viz. :--Plain and Coloured CALF-SKINS, MO-
ROCCO, RUSSIA and VELLUM, of good permanent Colours.
Specimens of Binding may be seen at either of the Shops, and
all orders promptly attended to and executed on the premises.
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF CHAMBERS'S WORKS.
THE CIRCULATION LIBRARY
Contains a variety of the most select Standard Novels and
Romances, comprising the Works of the following Writers,
viz.: Sir WALTER SCOTT, BULWER, Captain MARRYAT,
MAXWELL, DICKETS, THEODORE HOOK, BOZ, LEVER,
CARLETON, LOVER, B. D'ISRAELI, WARREN, Mrs. TROL-
LOPE, EUGENE SUE, &c., &c.
S.W. shall make it his study to hold out advantages which
cannot be equalled by Booksellers who take in Books to bind,
and is then obliged to send them elsewhere to have them bound.
-- Books and Periodicals of every description supplied to
order. Account Books and Stationery constantly on Sale.
An Apprentice wanted to the Bookbinding Business.
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