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Now in course of Publication,
BELL AND DALDY'S
A SERIES OF SELECT WORKS OF
HE intention of the Publishers is to produce a Series of Volumes adapted for
general reading, moderate in price, compact and elegant in form, and executed in a style fitting them to be permanently preserved.
They do not profess to compete with the so-called cheap volumes. They believe that a cheapness which is attained by the use of inferior type and paper, and absence of editorial care, and which results in volumes that no one cares to keep, is a false cheapness. They desire rather to produce books superior in quality, and relatively as cheap.
Each volume will be carefully revised by a competent editor, and printed at the Chiswick Press, on