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DUNCAN, James
37 Paternoster Row, May 31, 1825. Owing to the death of Mr. Ogle, and my undivided attention being required for the wholesale and publishing department, ... it became necessary for me to relinquish the concern 295 Holborn; I beg, therefore, to inform you that, at Christmas, the extensive stock there, and the business ... were purchased by Messrs. Howell and Stewart. ... James Duncan, late Ogle, Duncan, and Co. ...
[London]: [1825].
[4] p. ; 25.2 cm. (4º)

Folded half-sheet, first verso and conjugate leaf blank. Drop-head title. With a postscript in which Howell and Stewart solicit the favour of continued custom and announce the publication of 'Part I. of a new Catalogue' in September.

Copy Notes Addressed in ink to Soane. With an AL in ink on blank p. [3] dated November - 19. 1825 from Howell & Stewart offering for sale a Genealogical Table of the house of Paston / a very fine / Manuscript ... . Soane was evidently not tempted. Previously folded as a letter addressed in ink to J. Soane Esqr / 13 Lincolns Inn / New Sq. Endorsed in ink in an office hand 19th November 1825 / Letter from Mr Duncan / Bookseller.

Binding Folded paper.

Reference Number 6818


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