A Tale of One City: the New Birmingham eBook

Thomas Anderton
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 111 pages of information about A Tale of One City.

THE NOVEL-READER’S
HANDBOOK,

BY
WILLIAM ROBERTON.

The objects of this Handbook are:—­ (1) To mention the chief novels of important recent
      authors.
(2) To show what kind of novels they write. (3) To tell what some of the leading novels are about. (4) To give a brief sketch of the writer’s career. (5) To show something of public opinion concerning
      them.
(6) To illustrate the struggle of authors for a footing.

PRESS NOTICES.

“The noble army of novel readers will find a good deal of useful and interesting information in ’The Novel-Reader’s Handbook,’ by William Roberton, author of ’The Kipling Guide Book,’ and published by The Midland Counties Herald, Birmingham.  The book is a guide to recent novels and novelists.  As the author says, in the main the novelists dealt with have become popular within the last decade, and, as a rule, those have been selected who are in demand at the libraries, and who have a good public at their command.”—­ Sheffield Daily Telegraph.

PUBLISHERS: 

“THE MIDLAND COUNTIES HERALD,”
BIRMINGHAM.

#PARIS EXHIBITION, 1900.#

The highest possible Award: 

#THE ONLY “GRAND PRIX"#

exclusively granted to Steel Pens.

#JOSEPH
GILLOTT’S
PENS.#

Nos. for Bankers, etc.:  Barrel
Pens, 225, 226, 262.  Slip
Pens, 332, 909, 287, 166, 404,
601, 7,000.  In Fine, Medium,
and Broad Points.  The
Turned-Up-Point, 1,032.

Of Highest Quality; and, having Greatest
Durability, are therefore #CHEAPEST.#

ESTABLISHED UPWARDS OF A CENTURY.

#WILLIAM PEARSALL,

Manufacturing Silversmith,#

Jeweller, Electroplater, and Watchmaker.

PRESENTATION PLATE. 
COMMUNION AND CHURCH PLATE.

Designs Furnished, and Estimates Free.

Wedding, Christening, Birthday, and Silver Wedding
Presents in great variety and newest patterns.

#Old Garnet and Pearl Jewellery and Sheffield Plate.

DEALER IN ANTIQUE SILVER PLATE.

29, High Street, BIRMINGHAM.#

Maker of the
City of Birmingham
Souvenir Spoons.

Diamond Jewellery.

#L.N.  HOBDAY & CO.,#

WATCH AND CLOCK
MANUFACTURERS,

Jewellers & Silversmiths,

#13, NEW STREET, BIRMINGHAM.#

DIAMOND RINGS and JEWELLERY of
First Quality and Designs.

#Special Novelties for Wedding and other Presents.#

AN INSPECTION Of STOCK INVITED.

NOTICE OF REMOVAL.

L.N.  HOBDAY & CO. beg to inform their friends and patrons that after March 25th, 1901, and during the rebuilding of their premises, the business will be temporarily removed to 14, Midland Arcade (now in course of construction), 2 doors from their present address.

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