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Annual Catalogues, 1894.
The Annual American Catalogue for 1894 is nearly ready for press. It will contain:
(1) Directory of American Publishers issuing books in 1894. (2) Full-title Record, with descriptive notes, in author-alphabet, of all books recorded in The Publishers' Weekly, 1894.
(3) Author-, title-, and subject-index to same, in one alphabet (4) Publishers' annual lists for 1894.
The edition is printed from type and therefore is limited and to secure copies orders should be sent at once. The price is $3.50 half leather, $3.00 in sheets; if ordered, and paid for, before publication, the price will be $3.00 half leather, $2.50 in sheets.
The Annual Catalogue for 1886, 1891 and 1892 is now out of print. But few copies of the Annual Catalogue for 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890 and 1893 are on hand.
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