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DEAN'S NEW TWELFTH NIGHT CHARACTERS, Numerous have been the complaints Dean and Son have received of the common
vulgar character of the Twelfth Night Characters, at present published. They have therefore this year issued an entirely new set, which have been designed and engraved on purpose by Miss Clayton, and which will combine more than
all the amusements of the old, without their vulgariiy, Sell at 6d. Conversation Cards always sell well at Christmas. DEAN and Son
supply above 30 varieties, embracing every style of subject. To sell at 6d., and about 20 sorts at ls.
DEAN'S PUZZLES, AND GAMES VARIOUS.
Price 58., in Wooden Varnished Box, Punch and Judy, with Moveable Characters, Mouth Tooty-tooty,
and Proscenium, and Book of Words, as performed before her Majesty. By
this any Child will be enabled to set up its own Punch and Judy Sbow. Scenic Picture, a Panoramic Pastime Puzzle for the Young, by which
an infinite number of effects may be produced. All the Pictures cut, coloured,
and mounted. 58. in Wooden Varnished Box. Fanny Grey, and the History of her Life, a neat toy story for children.
6 coloured changeable pictures. 28. 6d.
each 8. d.
FANCY & MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.
THE NEW REGISTERED CITY PURSE. The fastening of this new Purse is so simple, that it entirely does away with the risk of breaking the finger nail, or even of the necessity for withdrawing the glove from the hand; at the same time it adds elegance to the purse, and will help in all cases to effect its sale. There are five sorts, viz. 1 31 X 2 French Morocco, with Gilt line, 3 leather-lined and
1 Gold pocket, place for Postage and Receipt 2 4 X 23 Ditto, 3 leather-lined and i Gold pocket, place for Postage and Receipt
3 3 4 X 24 Morocco, ditto, ditto
3 4 4 X 3 Russia, ` ditto, ditto, and Cards
4 0 6 4 X 25 Best Russia, tooled, ditto
9 A Show Card printed in colours sent with all orders for the above. Now that the evenings are drawing in, many are the Balls, &e. that will be taking place; we need not, therefore, point out how necessary to an evening party are
SCENT FOUNTAINS, they being agreeable and refreshing perfumes, and perfectly free from anything
injurious, price 6d. each.
An appropriate and pleasing present to a lady during the winter is
THE CHERRY LIP SALVE, viz., Lip Salve placed in a Vegetable Ivory Box, colour and shape of Cherry, with
stalk, &c. Sell at 60.
BUTTERFLY POETRY CARDS. Consist of a butterfly nicely coloured, being so made that on opening its wings a couple of verses of Poetry, either Love, Birthday, &c., are printed thereon. 3d. each. DEAN'S NEW POETRY CARDS FOR CHILDREN,
One doz, different Cards, to sell at 1d., 2d., 3d., & Ad, each.
FANCY AND MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES.
Wax Tapers. The Miniature. This new box of Wax Tapers has not long been imported from
Germany, and will be found most attractive for Christmas Trees, &c. I dozen
in a box, cost 13. 3d., &c.
Gas, in shape of an Olive, fancy colours. Sell 6d. each.
Tape Measures-a very novel little Present for a Lady.
Chess or Draught Boards. The winter evenings will make a demand for these elegant and handsome boards. 1 16 in. square, in red and white, blue and white, or red and black, each 4s. Da. 2 12 in.
28. Od. These boirds are novel" and new; care should be taken in stating colours, otherwise will be sent sorted. Chess Men, Ivory, Bone, and Wood, in boxes for the above, from 2s. 6d. Draught
from 1s. per set. State in order quality and price.
New Sixpenny Pen Wiper. The New Pen Wipers, made in form of Blue Coat Boy, and a White Duck, are selling very rapidly. They are both neat and pretty.
Dean & Son vary the colours to a g-cat degree to meet orders for quantities.
Dean & Son also manufacture 6 other sorts, thus making 8 different, viz. :1. The Sandal or Lady's Shoe
4. Fancy Coloured Cloth Wiper, in 2. Fancy Coloured Cloth Wiper, with shape of a Butterfly, Brown Mouse
ditto, with 3. Ditto ditto, with
6. The Crinoline
VERY NOVEL, SELL AT IS, BACH, The new Raised Bookmark, embossed figure on it at either end of the ribbon, fringed at edge in various colours.
Ditto, 3 sizes, Hearts raised one on the other.
The Readable Church Service Bookmark, 6d., 1s., Is. 68., 25., 2s. 6d., and 3s. each., various coloured ribbons.
Christmas Note Paper and New Years' Greetings, in great
variety, to sell from Id. to 3d., viz.
ditto The Christmas Sachet, Happy New Year, Christmas, &c., 4d. and 6d, each, Christinas Notes similar to Poetry Cards, appropriate words for the season, 4d.
and 6d. each. New Year Notes, with appropriate and device, 4d. and 6d. each.
VALENTINES! VALENTINES! DEAN & SON beg to inform the 'Trade, that their Manufacture of Valentines for 1860, will be superior to any yet issued by them, and they with confidence ask as a favour that they will reserve their orders till they at least seethe same. The 6d, dressed Valentine novelty is taking remarkably. So is also the real head of hair Valentine, the shadow with spring and surprise, still at same price.
DEAN AND SON'S PANORAMIC ALPHABETS.
ALPHABET PANORAMAS, &c.
VERY SUITABLE FOR THE NURSERY. The Panoramic Alphabet of Trades, with bold Letters and
illustration of a Trade to each letter, and bound in cover in gold and colours. Pretty ABC, Panoramic Letters in various Colours, ls. Army and Navy Alphabet; a Panorama of twenty-four pages of
large illustrations. By J. V. Barret, with letters printed in red, 1s. Historical Alphabet; 24 pages of illustrations, by H. G. Wall, 1s. Railway Alphabet; same style, by Delamotte, 18. Steamboat ditto ditto
Wall, ls. Crystal Palace Alphabet and Guide ; for all good young
Children. By George Meason, ls.
DEAN'S ONE SHILLING UNTEARABLE CLOTH COLOURED ALPHABET BOOKS. Each with 24 or more large Coloured Pictures.
Size, 8vo. Super-royal, mounted on Cloth. A was an Archer, is the new one, making 23 in Series. 1 Untearable Alphabet of Horses, Ships, , 11 Untearable Alphabet of Railway and Dogs
My Aunt's Ball 2 Nouns
Royal ABC 3 Flowers
Toy-shop 4 Flowers and Fruit 15
A Apple Pie 5 Second Toy-shop 16
Uncle Buncle's A BC 6 Trees, Fruit, and 17
Steamboat 7 Pretty Poetical Spelling 19
Pastimes 8 Alderman's Feast 20
A was an Archer 9 Stories of the ABC 21
TO THE ASTRONOMICAL. The Six large Maps of the Stars on the Gnomonic projection by Sir J. Lubbock, published by the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge, have passed into the hands of Dean & Son, 11, Ludgate Hill, who have (to effect a wide circulation of these useful Maps), reduced them from 15s, to 7s. 6d. the set, plain, trusting to the expectation of a very large sale for remuneration, and also for the other result, an extension of serviceable knowledge.
DEAN AND SON, PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS, 11, LUDGATE HILL:
A COLLECTION OF
400 PSALM and HYMN TUNES,
ORIGINAL AND SELECTED,
SUITED TO ALL THE VARIETIES OF
METRICAL PSALMO DY :
ARRANGED FOR FOUR VOICES, WITH AN ORGAN OR PIANOFORTE ACCOMPANIMENT.
UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE OF
VINCENT NOVELLO, ESQ.
ADAPTATIONS FROM THE WORKS OF HANDEL, HAYDN, MOZART, BEETHOVEN, SPOHR, ROMBERG, EMANUEL AND SEBASTIAN BACH, PURCELL, BATTISHILL, BOYCE, ARNE, CROFT,
CALCOTT, MENDELSSOHN, ETC.,
AS WELL AS ORIGINAL COMPOSITIONS, BY T. ADAMS, Esq., Organist of St. Dunstan's and St. W. HAWES, Esq., late Almoner of St. Paul's Cathedral. George's, Camberwell.
W. H. KEARNS, Esq. T. ATWOOD, Esq., late Organist of St. Paul's Cathedral. E. HAWKINS, Esq., late Gentleman of Her Majesty's Mrs. MOUNSEY BARTHOLOMEW.
Chapel Royal. W. BEALE, Esq.
THOMAS HAWKINS, Esq. SIR H. R. BISHOP, Organist to Her Majesty.
W. HORSLEY, Esq , Organist at the Charter House. J. C. CLIFTON, Esq.
T. H. SEVERN, Esq.
THE RIGHT HON. THE EARL OF WILTON.
S. WEBB, SEN. S. WEBB, JUN. S. WESLEY.
AND MANY OTHERS. THE WHOLE NEWLY HARMONIZED OR CONTRIBUTED EXPRESSLY FOR THIS WORK,
ADAPTED TO ALL COLLECTIONS OF HYMNS
Used in Public or Private Worship.
EXTRACTS FROM THE PREFACE To rescue this heavenly part of public worship from a state so unsuited to its legitimate character and object; to recall and induce a relish for the chaste and dignified style of our ancient Psalmody; to invest that Psalmody with such additional attractions as are derivable from Modern Harmony, without injuring its essential qualities; and to introduce to more general notice the works of Modern Composers of established reputation, who have adopted that style as their model; are the principal designs of the present publication. In the prosecution of these objects, the Compilers have availed themselves of every source to which they could obtain access; and they believe the Selection now offered to the public, will be found to be richly stored with some of the finest Tunes of ancient times, together with a great variety of compositions of subsequent periods.
Conscious of the difficulties attending any direct innovations upon established customs and prejudices, they have deemed it necessary to yield so far to the present taste in Psalmody as to include in their Selection (where it could be done without compromising the leading objects they have in view) some of those tunes, whose principal claim to insertion will be found in their existing popularity. It has, however, been their wish to free all the tunes of this description from the errors which belong to them in their original form.
It has been the aim of the Compilers to omit nothing that would render the work deserving of general adoption, or contribute to the improvement of what they deem the highest and most ennobling employment of the faculties of created beings--the offering of praise to the Supreme Being. In seeking to restore some of the valuable tunes which were associated with the praises and stimulated the piety of our ancestors, and uniting therewith no small number of the sacred offerings of eminent Composers of later times, well calculated to subserve the same hallowed purpose, they believe that “The Psalmist" presents no ordinary claims to the favour of the lovers of good Psalmody, whether regard be had to the intrinsic value of the compositions and adaptations it includes, or the beauty of the style in which it is produced, and the low price at which it is offered to the public.
Published for the Proprietors by J. HADDON, 3, BOUVERIE STREET, FLEET STREET,
AND TO BE HAD BY ORDER OF ANY MUSIC OR BOOK SELLER.
. 8. d. 16 0 18 0 6 0
With Accompaniment, complete, 4to, in cloth
half bound morocco, cloth sides The Vocal Score, comprising the entire Work, strongly bound The Separate Parts, viz., the Treble, the Alto, the Tenor, and the Bass, in four vols.
small 8vo, bound in cloth, each Ditto ditto bound in embossed roan, gilt edges, each
Verses of Four Lines.
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