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Sun-Painting and Sun-Sculpture.”
PHOTOGRAPHIC AND DAGUERROTYPE
No. 96 Washington St., Boston.
JOHN A. WHIPPLE, PROPRIETOR.
This establishment (one of the oldest in the country) is supplied with all the conveniences and instruments necessary to the production of the finest and most accurate representations of persons or places.
The apartments are large and airy. The operators and artists are skilful and experienced.
Daguerrotypes, Photographs, and Stereographs
taken of every size and in all styles.
MR. WHIPPLE gives bis personal and unremitting attention at the Rooms, and will spare no pains to satisfy his customers, and no expense in receiving every improvement in apparatus or methods of operating.
The generous patronage he has received for years has so diffused specimens of his work over the country that it is unnecessary to advertise the numerous recommendations his establishment has received. It has made itself known far and wide; and its past performances are, it is believed, a sufficient guaranty of its present ability. To meet the fashion of the times, particular attention is now paid to OARD PHOT
MR. WHIPPLE is prepared to take fac-similes of buildings and estates, in town or country, machinery, patterns, engravings, – in fact, of any objects of which there is a desire to multiply copies.
He would call special attention to his success in PHOTOGRAPHING GROUPS.
117 Washington Street, Boston, May, 1863. CROSBY AND NICHOLS'S
LIST OF LATE PUBLICATIONS.
Vegetables of America. THE FIELD AND GARDEN VEGETABLES OF AMERICA.
Containing Full Descriptions of nearly Eleven Hundred Species and Varieties; with Directions for Propagation, Culture, and Use. By FEARING BURR, Jr. Illus
trated with numerous Engravings on Wood. 8vo. pp. 690. The above work is entirely new, and embraces all the directions necessary for the successful management of a vegetable farm or garden. It is also invaluable as a guide to the selection of the best varieties. Farmers and Gardeners will find this a complete compend of information upon the subject.
Harris on Insects.
A TREATISE ON SOME OF THE INSECTS INJURIOUS
TO VEGETATION. By THADDEUS WILLIAM HARRIS. A new Edition, enlarged and improved, with Additions from the Author's Manuscripts, and Original Notes, and Illustrated by Engravings drawn from Nature, under the supervision of PROF. Louis AGASSIZ. Edited by CHARLES L. Flint, Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Agriculture. 8vo. pp. 651. State Edition, — very elegant, — price $6.00. Same work, cheap edition
$ 3.00 colored plates
4.00 This work surpasses in beauty and elegance anything of the kind ever before attempted in this country." The illustrations are very numerous and very superb, including nearly three hundred wood-cuts in the highest style of the art, and nearly a hundred objects on steel, colored from life by hand.
It is issued in an octavo volume, beautifully printed at the University Press, Cambridge, on tinted paper, handsomely bound, and is one of the most important and valuable works of the kind ever published. Every farmer, every horticulturist, and every student of Natural History should have a copy of this splendid edition, the finest which will ever appear.
May's Constitutional History. THE CONSTITUTIONAL HISTORY OF ENGLAND, Since
the Accession of George III., 1760 – 1860. By Thomas ERSKINE MAY, C. B. Vol. I. 12mo. Tinted paper. Price, $ 1.50.
The second volume. being the completion of this valuable supplement to Hallam, having just been published in London, is now in press and will be issued immediately.
The work has already been introduced into Harvard and other Colleges as a textbook.
Spiritualism. THREE ARTICLES ON SPIRITUALISM. By a Bible Spiritual. ist. 12mo. Price, 50 cents.
stored according to the first editions. With Introductions, Notes (original and
16mo. Cloth. Steel portrait. Price per vol., cloth, $1 ; half calf or mor. $ 2. This is the favorite edition of Shakespeare. The volume is of the most convenient size, the type large, the paper fine and beautifully printed.
Thoughts in My Garden.
“ Elements of Character.” 16mo. Price, $ 1.00.
The Changing Seasons. — - Autumn Leaves. — The Uses of Gardening. The House. hold Garden. - Home Virtues. Parental Duty. - Simple Pleasures. Filial and Parental Love. – Disappointments. — Drought. - Insects and Worms. The Power and Use of Circumstance.
By Rev. WILLIAM ELLERY CHANNING, D.D. With a Portrait and a Biographical
Sketch. 16mo. Price, 75 cents.
Sent by mail on receipt of one three-cent stamp.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
OFFICE, NO. 39 STATE STREET, BOSTON,
NET ACCUMULATION EXCEEDING $2,372,000,
Forms of application and pamphlets of the Company, and its Reports, to be had of its agents, or at the office of the Company, or forwarded by mail, if written for, post-paid.
WILLARD PHILLIPS, President. BENJAMIN F. STEVENS, Secretary.
234 Washington Street, Boston.
WILLIAMS AND EVERETT,
Looking-Glasses and Picture-Frames,
AND DEALERS IN
Oil Paintings, Fine Engravings, and other Works
This Establishment offers unusual attractions to all persons desiring choice works
of Art in any description.
PAINTINGS. - A new Gallery has recently been added, in which may constantly be seen pictures by our best artists, including Ames, Sophia Anderson, Bradford, Britcher, Champney, Gay, Gifford, Gignoux, Hinckley, Heade, Hunt, Inness, Marviller, Sonntag, and many others.
ENGRAVINGS. — The Collection of Engravings is large and choice, consisting of many rare proofs and prints of Morghen, Strange, Longhi, Müller, Toschi, Forster, Mandell, Steinla, Felsing, Desnoyer, &c., &c.
CHROMO-LITHOGRAPHS, FRENCH and GERMAN LITHOGRAPHS, Foreign and
American PHOTOGRAPHS, in great variety.
CARD ALBUMS AND CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. A large assortment of French and American Albums of the best styles and of superior quality; and an extensive collection of Card Portraits of celebrities, wholesale and retail.
234 Washington Street, Boston:
The wide-spread reputation of this Machine is eminently due to its peculiar merits, which are acknowledged by the best judges to surpass all others in the requisites for family use. It has become a domestic institution, and is justly looked upon as a household economy. In all the finer qualities of family sewing, on silk, linen, cotton, and broadcloth, in hemming, stitching, quilting, gathering, and all the innumerable ends to which female needlework is applied, the
WHEELER & WILSON
confessedly occupies a position of pre-eminence. Those who have not hitherto availed themselves of the advantages of this machine are invited to examine its operation, and obtain specimens of its work, at the salesroom.
In order to place it within the reach of all, it is now offered at REDUCED PRICES, with new and important improvements.
No. 228 Washington Street, Corner of Summer Street, Boston.
J. E. ROOT, General Agent.
N. B.- A liberal discount made to Clergymen.