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J. W. & T. ALLEN, 18 and 22 STRAND, LONDON, PATENT PORTMANTEAU MANUFACTURERS.

Illustrated Catalogues of more than 500 other articles,

forwarded on receipt of Two Stamps.

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A LLEN'S PATENT PORTMANTEAUS and TRAVELLING BAGS,

with SQUARE OPENING ; Ladies' Dress Trunks, Dressing Bags, Silver Fittings; Despatch Boxes, Writing and Dressing Cases, and 500 articles for home or Continental travelling, Illustrated in their New gue for 1859. By post for two stamps. . W. and T. ALLEN, Manufacturers of Officers' Barrack Furniture and vary Outfitters (see separate Catalogue), 18 and 22 Strand, London.

CHOICE AND CHEAP SOUVENIRS OF SCOTLAND,

SUPPLIED TO

STRANGERS AT PRICES

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"GREATLY UNDER THOSE

FREQUENTLY CHARGED IN BAZAARS.
KNOX, SAMUEL, AND DICKSON,
13, 15, 17, HANOVER STREET, EDINBURGH,

SOLICIT the attention of Strangers to

a large Stock of Stereoscopic Views of Scotland, from 4d. to 1s. 6d., including Views of Edinburgh, Melrose, Aberdeenshire, the Trosachs (the land of the Lady of the Lake), and other objects and scenes of ROMANTIC INTEREST. These are to be seen in the Stereoscope in all “the grandeur and life of nature." A Stereoscope and a Superb View of 'Edinburgh free for 2s. or 24 Stamps. A Stereoscope and 30 or 40 slides for 6s. or 7s.6d, in stamps (free by post), including Scotch Scenery The Bijou Stereoscope and 12 curious Diagrams for 1s. or 12

stamps. THE CELEBRATED CLAN TARTAN WOOD WORK. Manufactured by Messrs Smith of Mauchline, Makers to the Queen, at PRICES greatly UNDER those frequently CHARGED to STRANGRS.

Paper Cutters, 8d. to 18. 6d. Note-Books, 2s. 6d. to 88. Purses 3s. 10d. to 7s. Brooches, 1s. 3d. to 59. Bracelets, 2s. 3d. to 4s. 3d. Pencil Cases, 6d. to 1s. Match Boxes, 8d., 9d., and 1s. Bon-bon Boxes, 9d. and 11d. Snuff Boxes 2s. 9d. to 11s. 10d. Spectacle Cases, 1s. 80. to 2s. 9d. Cigar Cases, 4s. to 9s. Card Cases, 2s. 9d. to 11s. 6d. · Needle Cases, 1s. 6d. to 38, 3d. Needle Books 2s. 6d. to 9s. Penholders, 3d. to 28. 2d. Postage Stamp Boxes, 10d. to 2s. 8d. Tartan Books of Burns' Songs and Scott's Poetry, 7s. 6d. to 14s.

THE CELEBRATED AYRSHIRE EMBROIDERY WORK. Fine Ayrshire Collars, 23. 6d. toj12s. 6d. Fine Sleeves, 3s. to 10s. 6d. Rich Collars, Collars and Sleeves to match, 6s. 6d. to 24s. per Set.

Tartan Scarfs in various Clans, SPLENDID AND CHEAP BIJOUTERIES.—Real Pebble Brooches, set in Silver, from 1s. 4d. to 223. 6d. Real Pebble Bracelets, from 1s. 6d. to 35s., Beautiful Buckhorn Brooches. Real Silver Brooches, 6d, to 9s. Plaid Pebble Brooch, 28. 3d. Silver Mounted Brooches, 28. 6d. to 358. Real Jet Bracelets, 9d. to 15s. Rowland's Macassar Oil, 3s. 6d. for 2s. 9d. Eau de Cologne, direct from the original maker, Julichs Platz, Cologne, 1s. and 2s., usual prices, 1s. 6d. and 2s. 6d. ; in large wicker bottles, 3s. and 6s. for Tourists.

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TO TOURISTS AND TRAVELLERS. G. of '

Cases, Travelling Desks, Despatch Boxes, etc., embracing, all sizes, from that of a pocket-book to the most complete Alliance Despatch Desk.

Large Assortment of Leather Bags, Dressing-Cases, Manifold Letter Writers, etc.

The newest and finest Photographic Views, for the Stereoscope, of Edinburgh, and all the finest Scenery in Scotland, as published.

Every variety of Plain and Fancy Stationery. 56 North HANOVER STREET, EDINBURGH.

In crown 8vo. cloth, price 3s. 6d., the Tenth Edition of
BLACK'S GUIDE THROUGH EDINBURGH,
With a description of the pleasure tours in the environs, illustrated by a Plan of the City,
a Map of the Country ten miles round, and Views of the Scenery and Public Buildings.
Among the steel engravings are the following views by eminent artists :-

Edinburgh from Arthur's Seat, by E. L. Leitch, engraved by Wm. Miller.
Roslin Castle and Glen by Horatio M'Culloch,

Wm. Forrest.
Roslin Chapel by J. A. Bell,

J. C. Bentley
Dalkeith House by Montague Stanley,

R. Brandard.
Craigmillar Castle by Rev. J. Thomson,

J. T. Willmore.
Dalmeny Park by Montague Stanley,

Do. “* This little book should be in the hands of every stranger who desires to be familiar with all that is remarkable in the antiquities, institutions, and public buildings of Edinburgh."-Scotsman.

“This very handsome and elegant volume will be welcome to thousands of Scotsmen who have never been to "Auld Reekie," and no less welcome to thousands who have wandered through its picturesque and romantic streets, lanes, and suburbs. This Guide is beautifully printed and illustrated with admirable engravings on wood and metal, and every place of note is limned with great faithfulness, and described in neat and grapbic paragraphs. “This work contains many pleasing bits of antiquarian, traditionary, and historical lore,

will form a perfect handbook through the fine old city, it may serve better than many a far more pretentious volume to while away an idle hour by the fireside, and, when not in use, to fill up a blank corner in the table of the boudoir or drawing-room.”—Glasgow Herald.

EDINBURGH: ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK.

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ACHROMATIC TELESCOPES, BINOCULAR TELESCOPES,

FIELD GLASSES,
Powerful Single and Double Opera Glasses, &c.,

A Large and Splendid Choicè, at Prices extremely Moderate.

STEREOSCOPES IN EVERY VARIETY.

Stereoscopic Views of Edinburgh and Sootland generally,

exquisite Specimens of Art.

Spectacles and Eye-Glasses carefully and accurately fitted to the sight.

E. LENNIE, OPTICIAN

46 PRINCES STREET, EDINBURGH,

OPPOSITE THE SCOTT MONUMENT.

Now ready, elegantly half-bound morocco, gilt leaves, price £3. BLACK'S GENERAL ATLAS OF THE WORLD,

CONTAINING THE NEW MAPS RECENTLY PUBLISHED IN THE SUPPLEMENT,

(Which may be had separately, price 7s. 6d. cloth.)

BRINGING THE WORK UP TO THE PRESENT STATE OF GEOGRAPHICAL

KNOWLEDGE.

By JOHN BARTHOLOMEW, Jun. F.R.G.S.

"Among recent publications, has been a valuable supplement to Messrs. Black's elaborate "General Atlas of the World. The entire work is thus rendered one of the most complete of modern publications in this department."- Times.

The three great features of Black's General Atlas are, Accuracy, Readiness of Reference, and Cheapness. The first has been obtained by the most careful study of all the best recent authorities, and the second by a most valuable

EDINBURGH: ADAM AND CHARLES BLACK.

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