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THE general accuracy and exactness of the works published from this long-established house, has
been fully appreciated by the learned and intelligent of all parts of the world, and it is with pleasure that the publisher can refer to this fact, in soliciting a continuance of the public favor. It has ever been his care to procure the earliest and most reliable information, on all topics connected with the peculiar branch in which he is engaged, and being assisted in the several departments of his business by competent co-laborators, he has been enabled to invest his publications with that authenticity which has gained for him the confidence and approbation of all persons interested in geographical inquiries. His efforts, in the same direction, are unremitted, and by frequent revisions and the issue of new works, the public may rely upon receiving, in an authentic form, every new geographical and statistical fact at the earliest period. The following works from his Catalogue for 1852 (which may be had on application), are worthy of special notice :
Nl onted Maps.
steel and highly embellished, in three sizes, 48 inches, and 43 by 32 inches.
MICHIGAN, in sections, 35 by 25 inches. WORLD, in hemispheres, for the use of schools TOWNSHIP MAPS, of the States severally, a
and churches, each hemisphere six feet in UNIFORM SERIES, size of each 32 by 29 inches. diameter.
now in progress, and of which the following NORTH AMERICA, )
day SOUTH AMERICA,
are completed in two series; the size
of one being 58 by 44 MAINE, N. HAUP., 1 OHIO, EUROPE,
inches, and of the other VERMONT, CONN., ASIA,
WISCONSIN, 32 by 25 inches.
MASS., RHODE IS.,
VIRG., MD., DEL.,
8C., &c. WEST INDIES, 32 by 25 inches.
NEW ENGLAND, in townships, on steel and UNITED STATES, &C., engraved on steel, in embellished, 64 by 50 inches.
two sizes, viz.: 62 by 55 inches, and 45 by 36 SOUTHERN STATES, size, 80 by 60 inches inches.
(in progress). MEXICO, 42 by 32 inches.
| WHSTÉRN STATES, in townships, 30 by 26 NEW YORK, in townships, 60 by 50 inches. l. inches.
Also, mounted Maps of PALESTINE, in two sizes, viz. : 80 by 62 inches, and 43 by 32 inches : EGYPT, ARABIA PETRÆA, &C., 32 by 25 inches; and a great variety of local Maps. Also, the STREAM OF TIME, an historical chart; PORTRAITS OF THE PRESIDENTS, &C.
Guide Books, .
Travelling Hilaps ini Portable form.
WESTERN STATES, viz.: Ohio, Ind., &c. NEW YORK, in two sizes.
OHIO, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN. MAINE, NEW BRUNSWICK, &c.
ILLINOIS, IOWA, INDIANA. NEW HAMPSHIRE and VERMONT.
NORTH and SOUTH CAROLINA. MASS., RHODE ISLAND, CONNECTICUT. ! MSSOURI, THXAS, GEORGIA. VIRGINIA, DELAWARE and MARYLAIVD. I NEW YORK VICINITY, LONG ISLAND.
N. B.--All of the above Maps are complete in regard of railroads, canals, etc., up to the date which appears in the title, and in all respects are much more correct and detailed than any others hitherto published.
Besides his own publications, J. H. C. has constantly on hand an assortment of American and foreign Atlases, Maps, and other geographical works,
56 I have looked over the work with a good deal of interest. It appears to me to be a very useful publication. It brings down the geographical and statistical information of the various countries of the world to a much later period than any other work that has come under my observation, and will not only be useful to the student, but to every man desirous of obtaining the latest and most authentic information."
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HENRY BARNARD, Sup. Com. Schools in Conn. 6 I have been fully satisfied with the fullness and extent of the information its ample pages present in answer to every inquiry-embracing topography, physical geography, climate, products, mineral resources, commerce, and history."
S. V. SETON, Agt. Pub. Sch. Soc. N. Y. “It appears to me to contain a more full and accurate exhibition of the world, in its geographical, commercial, and statistical aspects, than any work with which I am acquainted.”
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