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20 Adi^ertisemenU.
HAVING been upwards of Twelve Months establish-
ed in business as Successor to Messrs. Crawford
and Son, I take this opportunity of tendering mj thanks
to the Public for the extensive patronage with which I
have been favoured during that period.
In the Printing Department mj numerous employers
have never been in a single instance disappointed in hav-
ing their orders executed precisely at the time stipulated.
In the Binding so great was the influx of work that
a greater number of hands than could at the time be
procured were found necessary, so that the work fell a
little into arrear ; but such arrangements have now been
made, and the establisment is on such a footing, that or-
ders in plain, substantial, or in the most elegant and
superb patterns, can be executed at the shortest
notice which the nature of the work allows.
As to general orders for Books and Periodicals I have
never missed a Post in forwarding these, and I mean to
continue the same prompt and exact course, so sitisfac-
tory to my employers and myself.
Every School-book used in the County, and all arti-
cles of Stationery, will be found at
No. 2 King Street,
"Wliofedafe d} Tlletaif 1Bookdeffe& cj otatiouer.
P. S. A great variety of Books in General Litera-
ture. A beautiful assortment of Vols, suitable for School
Prizes, Presents, &c.
Twelve kinds of Testaments from 6d, upwards; and
of Bibles a still greater variety from Is. to £4.
2 King ^trrkt,
Kilmarnock, Feb., 15th, 1846.

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