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DEMOCRACY IN THE UNITED STATES.
By the Author of "The Republic of the United States," &c. This important work is now in press, the first volume of which will be issued early in the year of 1856.
Letters in respect to the character and objects of this work have been received from the late Judge Woodbury, Hon. George M. Dallas, Hon. James Buchanan, Hon. William L. Marcy, Hon. Robert J. Walker, Hon. Samuel Houston, Hon. Isaac Toucey, Hon. Jefferson Davis, Hon. Thomas H. Seymour, Hon. R. J. Ingersoll, Hon. Edmund Burke, Hon. B. F. Hallett, Hon. Lewis Cass, Hon. Thomas W. Dorr, etc.
DAYTON & WENTWORTH, PUBLISHERS,
A NEW PICTORIAL
HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES.
BY JOHN FROST.
We hesitate not to say that this is the best Pictorial History of the United States to be found in the wide world.
This work is copiously illustrated with over 600 engravings from original designs, containing over 1000 pages, printed on the first quality of paper, with bold, clear type, and bound in leather binding, with spring back and heavy sides, in the most durable manner.
The book should be in the hands of every family in the United States, especially of our adopted citizens, from the shores of the Pacific, on the West, to that of the extreme Atlantic, on the East. No man or woman who wishes to become acquainted with our institutions, Character, Rise, Progress, and Commerce of our adopted country, will fail to procure a copy of this work of intrinsic merit.
Five hundred active men wanted to circulate this work through the country. Address the Publishers, DAYTON & WENTWORTH, 86 Washington Street, Boston.
THE NEW WORLD.
This magnificent work is sold only by agents, and wholly by subscription. One thousand enterprising men are wanted by the Publishers to circulate it.
"It is truly astonishing the extent and perfection to which the art of book making has been carried of late. The greatest book that has yet been published is now issued by our friends Dayton & Wentworth, and they truly deserve the name of public benefactors, for their enterprise and skill in producing a triumph of American art and genius. We think this truly great work destined to outlive all its feebler contemporaries in the field of literature, and go down to posterity stamped with the genius of our age. The illustrations are in reality gorgeous and superb paintings."- Gazette.
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