A Booksellers's Library and how to Use it

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Publisher's Weekly, 1891 - Bibliographical literature - 72 pages
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Page 5 - ... etc. etc. The Literary News, since its establishment under the name of The Literary Bulletin, in 1868, has passed through many transformations in appearance and method before acquiring the distinctive features which have given it a character of its own, and which have become so familiar to thousands of readers. In substance it has been the same since its inception--- " a monthly record of current literature;" but while primarily fulfilling its mission in the interests of the book-trade, it has...
Page 1 - WEEKLY, indeed, it is so representative of the publishing enterprises of the day that it becomes an essential supplement to the other departments. A minor but practical and convenient feature is the " Books Wanted" column, giving subscribers the privilege of a free insertion of five lines in each issue.
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