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and a few experiments will enable any reader to determine the exact proportion.--Charleston Courier. A Mobile book-copyright --In acknowledge of a handsome copy of the Revised and new edition of the "kills and Infantry notice." by Col. W. I. Hardee, published in this city by S. H. Goetzel & Co., in two near little volume, called 24 mo., we take a pride in recognizing in them a new pro of the power of Southern independence and a new metal ornament to our city. The typographical work does a great deal of credit to the Registers Job Office in which one volume was printed, and to the printing establishment of J Y Thompson Esq for the other The lithographs are all astonishingly well done, and are pronounced by Col Hardee to be better than those in the Philadelphia edition of the Lippineotts. Generally such diagrams are executed by wood cuts, and printed on ordinary presses — white in this instance the plates were all transferred to larger stones and the impressions tak
A Mobile book-copyright --In acknowledge of a handsome copy of the Revised and new edition of the "kills and Infantry notice." by Col. W. I. Hardee, published in this city by S. H. Goetzel & Co., in two near little volume, called 24 mo., we take a pride in recognizing in them a new pro of the power of Southern independence and a new metal ornament to our city. The typographical work does a great deal of credit to the Registers Job Office in which one volume was printed, and to the printing establishment of J Y Thompson Esq for the other The lithographs are all astonishingly well done, and are pronounced by Col Hardee to be better than those in the Philadelphia edition of the Lippineotts. Generally such diagrams are executed by wood cuts, and printed on ordinary presses — white in this instance the plates were all transferred to larger stones and the impressions taken by the slow processes of the lithographer, which is very laborious, extremity expensive and requires a