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RITCHIE'S
PATENT
COPYING PRESSES
Possess the advantage of copying Letters, Accounts, States, &c. into a book previously bound, (if required) :
they may stand upon a table, and require no fixing; and are so simple in their construction, and so efficient their operation, that they recommend themselves to * iaii ||jj > the use of Public Offices, Merchants, and Men of $ ; Business.
P. R. has numerous Testimonials from Gentlemen and Houses of the first respectability, giving his Patent Presses a decided preference to any other in use.
„ gir Fettes Row, Edinburgh, 29th Sept. 1836.
'? «« "In reply to your note, requesting our opinion of
11 ,«^0ur C Wng, Press, we beg to say, that we look upon it as > „ most simple, elegant, and perfect that we have yet seen < „ Jt was under this impression, and after using for some time „ a machme by a different maker, that we ordered one from
«« a!*, -f28i of a !arser size than you had previously been in the habit of making; and we have since that time continued to use it, not only for Letters, but for Accounts and States
" with the most perfect success arid satisfaction. ''The convenience and utility of the smaller sizes of your Press are now becoming generally known, but to the Ac-countant and Merchant, we consider the large Folio Machine quite invaluable.
" ROBERT HORSBURGH, "GILBERT MARJOR1BANKS."
"Mr. Patrick Ritchte,
"Press Maker, Edinburgh."
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FLETCHER AND SON,
STATIONERS,
AND
N.B.-
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTHAMPTON.
-All the Materials used in the Copying Press, may be had as above.
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