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Page 105 - Caveats, Trade-Marks. Copy-rights, Assignments, and all other papers for securing to inventors their rights in the United States, Canada, England. France. Germany and other foreign countries, prepared at short notice and on reasonable terms. Information as to obtaining patents cheerfully given without charge. Hand-books of "information sent free. Patents obtained through Munn A Co. are noticed in...
Page 105 - Weekly newspaper devoted to science, mechanics, engineering discoveries, inventions and patents ever published. Every number illustrated with splendid engravings. This publication furnishes a most valuable encyclopedia of information which no person should be without. The popularity of the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN is such that its circulation nearly equals that of all other papers of its class combined.
Page 89 - A LIBRARY IN ITSELF." The latest edition, in the quantity of matter it contains, is believed to be the largest volume published. It has 300O more Words in its vocabulary than are found in any other Am.
Page 89 - CENTURY has at its disposal a very large quantity of photographs, drawings, portraits, maps, plans, etc., hitherto unused. The aim is to present in this series, not official reports, but commanding officers' accounts of their plans and operations — interesting personal experiences which will record leading events of the war, and possess, at the same time, a historical value not easily to be calculated. FICTION. In this line THE CENTURY will maintain its prestige, and furnish the best stories by...
Page 85 - RECOMMENDED BY THE MOST EMINENT WRITERS. ENDORSED BY THE BEST AUTHORITIES. THE NEW EDITION OF Contains Thousands of Words not to be found in any other Dictionary.
Page 85 - Worcester's is, in the estimation of all scholars, the best dictionary extant for general use. There is certainly no real comparison possible between it and its most popular rival. The office of a dictionary is, of course, not to make innovations, but simply to register the best usage in spelling and pronunciation. This Worcester does, and this its rival conspicuously fails to do.
Page 81 - This splendid publication covers in its issues from month to month and year to year the entire field of the history of this continent from its remotest periods to the events of to-day. It is welcomed throughout the whole land for the reason that it is national in its character.
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Page 89 - Recollections of a Private," papers chronicling special events, descriptions of various auxiliary branches of the service, etc., will supplement the more important series by the various generals. A strict regard for accuracy will guide the preparation of the illustrations, for which THE CENTURY has at its disposal a very large quantity of photographs, drawings, portraits, maps-, plans, etc., hitherto unused. The aim is to present in this series, not official reports, but commanding officers...