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Books, Magazines and Newspaper Ads of the 1860s

No. 233 Washington Street, (Under the Marlboro’ Hotel,) is the cheapest place in Boston, to purchase books, stationery, magazines, photograph & tintyp (1866)
No. 233 Washington Street, (Under the Marlboro’ Hotel,) is the cheapest place in Boston, to purchase books, stationery, magazines, photograph & tintyp (1866)
Stamp duties as amended June 30, 1864. Published by Bailey & Noyes, booksellers and stationers, Nos. 56 and 58 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. (1864)
Stamp duties as amended June 30, 1864. Published by Bailey & Noyes, booksellers and stationers, Nos. 56 and 58 Exchange Street, Portland, Me. (1864)
Call at the book store and get a solution of our national difficulties, and the science of Republican government. By a citizen of the United States. A (1863)
Call at the book store and get a solution of our national difficulties, and the science of Republican government. By a citizen of the United States. A (1863)
Charles Dickens’ new book! "Uniform with Great expectations," The Lamplighter’s story; ... by Charles Dickens ... It is published complete and unabrid (1861)
Charles Dickens’ new book! "Uniform with Great expectations," The Lamplighter’s story; ... by Charles Dickens ... It is published complete and unabrid (1861)
Boston book trade sale. August 9th, 1864 The subscriber respectfully announces to the trade, that the next regular trade sale of books, stereotype pla (1864)
Boston book trade sale. August 9th, 1864 The subscriber respectfully announces to the trade, that the next regular trade sale of books, stereotype pla (1864)